USB 3.1 Portable Flash Duplicator and Sanitizer 1 to 3

  • USB 3.1 Portable Flash Duplicator and Sanitizer 1 to 3
  • USB 3.1 Portable Flash Duplicator and Sanitizer 1 to 3
Sale Price: CAD$1,287.00
Frequently bought together:


    • USB Drive / USB-HDD Duplicator
    • 16 GB/min Super High Speed
    • Light weight portable design.
    • USB quality check with inspection tools.

The USB 3.1 Flash Duplicator and Tester was designed with diversified media compatibility and high-speed performance in mind to not only flawlessly duplicate in high speed demands, but also provides helpful examinations by delivering the most accurate testing functions known today. The user-friendly interface offers stress-free operation with no steep learning curve to climb. Its ergonomic design facilitates efficient operation through simpler insertion and removal of flash cards.

  • Ultra-high transmission speed.
  • Real multitask processing capability. Whether copy, compare, media check or format, each feature is independently executed. Each flash slot has an independent processing unit.
  • Powerful H2/H5 for speed and flash quality check.
  • “Signal Test” feature can verify the USB2.0 / 3.1 signal is viable within only few seconds.
  • Non-PC based, with no risk of virus infection.
  • One touch copy. Real time information will be displayed on the LCD screen.
  • Supports Asynchronous erase/format/media check/speed check. The status of each flash media can be viewed during copy operation by pressing the▲▼keys.
  • Ultra-high speed bit-for-bit hardware comparison.
  • Various copy speed selection is available for assorted flash media quality
  • Special speed selection function to filter out qualified flash media during quality control process.


  • Bandwidth Performance: Maximum transfer speed up to 16GB/min.
  • Read-Only Source Port: U-Reach’s Source port (Port 1) default setting is a read-only port, which will not overwrite any data (e.g. Time-stamping) to your source device. This is critical for data integrity during the mass duplication process.
  • USB Quality Check: USB Quality Check contains several inspection tools at the operator’s disposal to perform mass quality testing, while improving work efficiencies.
  • Stand-Alone Operating System: FPGA-based system design runs on UReach’s proprietary firmware requiring no PC to operate and eliminates the risk of computer virus infections.
  • Light Weight Design: Light weight design for mobility. Process tasks quickly and easily which is great for backup and small productions.

Intelligent Copy Option

Systems and Files (Quick Copy Mode)

  • The duplicator automatically copies only the data area, rather than the empty spaces within the capacity, which reduces the duration of the copy process.
  • This copy mode supports the file formats such as Windows (FAT16/32/64/NTFS), Linux (ext2/ext3/ext4), and Mac (HFS/HFS+/HFSX). If the file system format to be copied is not among the supported formats above, then system will automatically switch to "whole media copy" mode.

Whole Media

  • The duplicator copies from the initial sector to the end, bit-by-bit.
  • There are no format limitation in this mode.

Quality Inspection

  • H2 Read/write speed inspection: In-built H2 test with read/write speed inspection which is being widely used in the industry.
  • H5 Read/write speed inspection : strictest quality inspection by writing into and reading the flash memory.
  • * Can set the area in the NAND flash to be inspected/Read/write speed filtering/Bad sector inspection.

Sanitization Functions

Erase Functionality Compliant with NIST SP 800-88r1 and DoD 5220-M Standards Secure erase functions wipe drive contents within seconds

Quality Testing / Checking Functions

Capacity Check

Verifies the initial sector and the final sector of the connected flash device within 2 seconds.

H3 Read Only Test

This function tests the readability of every sector on the connected USB device(s) and provides an average read speed. This test will not alter the data on the device(s).

H5 Write/Read Test

Overwrites machine-generated values to all sectors in the NAND flash, and verifies them to determine quality. Once the test passes, the devices are then formatted into FAT.

H6 Quality Test

Resembling the H5 test, it overwrites machine generated-values only to the empty sectors without disturbing pre-existing data, partitions, and formats.

Questions & Answers

Q1. What are the distinctions between the "Quick Copy" and "Whole Media" duplication methods?

  1. Quick Copy: (Choose Function 7.2 Copy Area - System and Files) This method reduces duplication time by copying only the data-containing areas within supported formats. When "Quick Copy" is selected, the duplicator analyzes data formats, capacities, locations, etc. Once the analysis is complete, the duplication process begins. If the source data is larger than the target's capacity, the copy will fail.
  2. Whole Media Copy: (Choose Function 7.2 Copy Area - Whole Media) This mode skips data analysis and performs a bit-by-bit duplication of the entire source device. It ensures the most accurate data replication but is slower compared to the Quick Copy method.

Q2. Why is the duplication process slow?

U-Reach flash duplicators support high copy speeds of up to 33MB/sec. If your flash device is copying slower than expected, use "Function 6.2 Measure Speed" to check the reading and writing speeds of your devices. For example, if the measured writing speed is 10MB/sec, duplicating 1GB of data will take approximately 2 minutes.

Q3. What diagnostic tools are available for the flash duplicator?

There are three featured diagnostic tools:

  1.  Function 4: Media Check: This tool rigorously checks the quality of inserted flash devices. It performs a bit-by-bit inspection to identify any bad sectors in the flash devices.
  2. Function 6.2: Measure Speed: This function measures the actual reading and writing speed of the flash device within 10 seconds. It helps with device quality control by estimating duplication durations.
  3. Function 6.3: Capacity Check: This function determines the actual capacity of any inserted device. It is useful for detecting fake flash devices that may have been purchased.

Q4. How can data duplication accuracy be ensured?

  1. To check data source consistencies and record the checksum value, select "Function 6.8 Calc. Checksum".
  2. To verify target data consistencies and use hardware-enabled bit-by-bit comparison, select "Function 2 Compare". This function ensures that the source data mirrors the target data.

Q5. When performing a BIOS update, the screen displays a "No Update File" message. What should I do?

  1. Make sure the BIOS file is unzipped.
  2. Ensure that the BIOS file is stored in the root directory of the device without any folders.
  3. Save the BIOS file to another device and verify that the device is of good quality.
  4. Redownload and save the BIOS file again. Temporarily disable any software utilities that may interfere during the download process.
  5. Verify that the BIOS file corresponds to the product model that requires the update.

Q6. What causes immediate duplication failure after starting the copy process?

  1. Ensure that the source capacity is smaller and will not exceed the capacities of the target devices.
  2. When duplicating an NTFS formatted source device, the target device capacity must be at least 1MB greater than the source.
  3. Verify the source device using a PC to ensure error-free access.
  4. If duplicating SD card devices, check if they are locked.

Q7. Why do some ports display a red indicator light after the copy is completed?

  1. If the same socket repeatedly emits a red light, it may be severely worn out. Contact your local vendor for a socket replacement.
  2. Are you using Flash adapters such as MicroSD-to-SD adapter or USB adapter to copy SD/MSD/CF, etc.? The adapter quality may be subpar, causing instability. Try using another adapter brand. For mass copy production, professional Flash duplicators are recommended
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Technical Specs

Model: USBA1
Target: 3
Capacity: Supports the largest sized devices available on the market.
Speed Performance:  Up to 16GB/min
*Actual Performance is dependent on device's transfer speeds
Supported Formats:
Quick Copy (System and Files):
FAT16/32, exFAT, Windows (NTFS) and Linux (Ext2/Ext3/Ext4)
Whole Media Copy:
All Formats, including propietary formats
Supported Capacity: Over 18TB
Operation Mode: Stand-alone, FPGA-based operation
Copy Modes: Systems & Files, Whole Media
Compare Function: Bit-by-bit data comparison
Sanitization Modes: Quick Erase, Full Erase (NIST 800-88), DoD Erase (DoD 5220.22-M)
Media Checking Tools: Diverse tools for verifying flash quality for bad sectors, capacity authenticity, and read/write speeds
Format Function: Automatically detects and formats device(s) to either FAT16 or FAT32.
USB2.0/3.0 Signal Test: Test if USB2.0/3.1 signal is viable within few seconds
Compatibile Device: USB1.1/2.0/3.1 devices and USB-HDDs 
Compatibile Device
(with required adapter ):
eUSB (USB DOM) 2.54mm and 2.00mm
Supported O/S: All (Windows, Mac, Linux, and other propietary systems)
Supported Formats:
Quick Copy (System and Files): FAT16/32, exFAT, Windows (NTFS) and Linux (Ext2/Ext3/Ext4), and Mac (HFS, HFS+, HFSX).
Whole Media Copy: All Formats, including propietary formats. GPT, MBR, and Advanced Formats
Hardware Specification:
4.65 in. x 5.91 in. x 1 in.
Weight: 1.5 lbs.
LCD Display: 2x20 Backlit Monochrome LCD Display
LEDs: 2 LED (Red/Green) Indicators per Port
Control Panel: 4 Push Buttons (up, down, OK, ESC)
Power Requirements: 12V 5A Adapter
Temperature: Working: 0° C ~ 60° C
Storage: -20° C ~ 85° C
Humidity: Working: 20% ~ 80%
Storage: 5% ~ 95%
Certifications: FCC, CE, RoHS, and Reach
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