About the ADR SD Producer NG 1 - 15 Flash Card Copier
The newest generation of ADR SD Flash Card Flash Card Copiers outperforms the competiton by excelling in data transfer rates and compabitibility with any SD or MicroSD Card on the market. The NG series facilitates fast and accurate high-quantity reproduction of your Flash Cards. Data accuracy is ensured through the bit-by-bit "Copy & Compare" which checks the copied data for errors.
The new compact design not only has a smaller footprint but also increases the ease of Flash Card insertion and removal.
Make use of the extensive Flash Media quality check function to ensure that you are working with good batches of Flash Cards.
The new Quick Socket technology allows fast and easy replacement of individual worn or damaged sockets, increasing long term throughput significantly versus other models on the market.
All products of the NG Series are delivered with "PC-Link" software for optional operation via PC, real-time monitoring and log report generation to improve production management. For this purpose the SD Producer Flash Card Copiers can be connected to a PC via USB. This way an array of information such as size of master and targets, writing speed, progress and many more is displayed on your PC screen. Please note that this feature is optional. No PC is required to operate the Flash Card Copier.
New Feature - Log Reports
The NG LOG Series by ADR AG can from now on be supplied with an optional Log Report upgrade.
This optional feature enables the creation of individual reports recording all operational details regarding your copy processes. These log reports can be saved in your internal data base or printed out and supplied along with the copied Flash Media for enhanced production management.
Log reports contain a lot of information regarding the Flash Card Copier including serial number and Firmware version as well as the copy process and Flash Media in use. You can accurately and reliably keep track of what was copied on which day at which time in which copy mode. Check the following sampling of a log report: