MicroSD card duplicator copies over 32GB/minute, continuously


microSD card duplicator by Nexcopy, mSD160PC

The new microSD card duplicator will copy over 32 GB of data per minute. Moving nearly 2 GB to each socket every 60 seconds, or more than 32 GB total per minute.

The mSD160PC has a toolkit of copy functions. Six copy modes: File Copy, Append Copy, Short Device Copy, Full Device Copy, Image Copy and Single Data Broadcast. »

—Greg Morris

LAKE FOREST, California, UNITED STATES, June 10, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The updated mSD160PC is a microSD (TF card) attached computer duplicator manufactured by Nexcopy Inc., a California-based technology company. The solution offers the user six copy modes, making this device the most flexible and feature-rich software and hardware product available for loading bulk data onto microSD flash memory cards. The company offers this duplicator product through a worldwide network of authorized dealers. Nexcopy is a manufacturer of flash memory products since 2004, specializing in business-to-business solutions for data loading equipment and copy protection technologies.

The mSD160PC uses the USB 3.1 specification to connect the duplicator box to the Windows computer system. Based on the underlying technology, the microSD Card Duplicator is capable of maximizing copy speeds and writing data to flash memory cards as fast as the card allows. Key features of this redesigned product include:

# Copy 1 GB of data to all sockets every 30 seconds.
# Read CID numbers of Secure Digital cards.
# The Drive Manager software offers six copy modes.
# The software supports all file formats (depending on copy mode).
# User profiles in the software to control employee access.

The user and/or system integrators can use the copy modes toolkit to match their production needs with the Nexcopy duplicating system. The six copy modes are:

# File Copy – Copy files from a director (folder) to target devices.
# Copy Add – Add files to target devices that already have data.
# Device Copy, Short – Binary copy of used data clusters from a physical master device.
# Device Copy, Full – Binary copy of all memory clusters from a physical master device.
# Image File Copy – Binary copy from an image file located on the computer’s hard drive.
# Unique Data Streaming – Write unique or individual data to each card located in the duplicating system, can include optional static data.

“Our original microSD card duplicator was first released in 2008, almost 14 years ago. This version of the product uses USB 2.0 technology. The new design uses USB 3.1 technology and provides increased performance for read and write speeds.With this hardware design change, the duplicating system will copy 1GB of data to each card every 30 seconds.The Universal Serial Bus connection means that 16 data wires run through the system giving a total bandwidth of over 32 GB per minute being moved from the primary location to the pristine location,” comments Greg Morris, CEO of Nexcopy.

As with previous models, the mSD160PC microSD card duplicator can read CID numbers from Secure Digital media. The CID number is a card identification number written to read-only memory by the card manufacturer and read back through a combination of a specific hardware chip found only in Nexcopy equipment and the associated vendor command to retrieve the value of the field. A card identification number is an additional layer of security for encrypted content written on Secure Digital media. Nexcopy displays the CID number of each card with the ability to download and export said CID numbers to a .csv file.

Morris concludes, “The value of a CID number to a manufacturer is the ability to encrypt the data on the card and bind a unique decryption key code to that data. Since the CID number is unique for each card, it serves as an ideal code to decipher the content.”

The mSD160PC is available for immediate purchase and available from Nexcopy directly or through the global authorized reseller channel. A one-year warranty is free with purchase and Nexcopy provides lifetime technical support, for the original owner or any subsequent owner. Data transfer rates are dependent on environmental conditions such as host computer performance and Secure Digital media write speeds. Visit the Nexcopy website to view a live video recording of copy speed performance in addition to a detailed explanation of USB 3.0 technology data transfer speeds.

Nexcopy manufactures several standalone microSD card duplicators as configuration options for the PC-connected system mentioned in this press release.

stan mccrosky
Nexcopy Incorporated
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