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USB, eUSB, CF, CFast , SD, Micro SD
SD/Micro SD Combo Duplicator
User’s Manual
Version 7.0
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Table of Contents
I.
Introduction
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1
Features
4
2
Control Panel Overview
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3
Specifications
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II.
Warning
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III.
Synchronous /Asynchronous Mode
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1
Synchronous Mode
6
2
Asynchronous Mode
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IV.
Menu Overview
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1
Copy
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2
Compare
7
3
Copy + Compare
8
4
Capacity Check
8
5
Utility
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6
5.1
Format FAT32
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5.2
Format exFAT
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5.3
Measure Speed
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5.4
Quick Erase
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5.5
Full Erase
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5.6
DOD Erase
9
5.7
Change Disk Signature
10
5.8
Media Information
10
5.9
Device Model
10
5.10
System Information
10
5.11
System Update
11
Setup
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6.1
Copy Area
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6.2
Asynchronous Mode
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6.3
Smaller Target
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6.4
Unknown Format
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6.5
Check Before Copy
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6.6
Display Mode
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6.7
Start-up Menu
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6.8
Button Beep
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6.9
Show Result Time
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6.10 Boot Password
14
6.11 Setup Password
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6.12 Language
14
6.13 Clear Setup
14
6.14 Performance
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I.
Introduction
This duplicator system is designed and developed based on the FPGA from the world famous
semiconductor company XILINX. Every processing channel is parallel to each other with its
own control unit, therefore the duplicator will not sacrifice speed for the increasing number of
targets loaded - always remain the same and fast copy speed. The duplicator supports multiple
file formats created by three major operating systems (Windows/Linux/MAC), and makes
mirror copies of data efficiently. GPT and MBR partition formats, and 4K advanced format hard
disk drive (HDD) are all supported. Furthermore, this duplicator has been fully tested with
quality assurance before leaving our manufacturing facility.
1. Features
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Each processing channel has its own control unit and operates independently with
dedicated bandwidth of up to 35MB per second.
Standalone operation. No PC or software is required, m inimizing possible computer
virus infection.
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Instant power on and off, no warm-up or cool-down required.
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Easy-to-use One-Touch copy operation.
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Compare function available for verification of copy accuracy
Menu options ar e u ser-friendly and easily accessed through the 4-button control panel.
Use ▲or ▼ button to scroll through the options and view the operation status of each
channel on the 2-line backlit LCD display.
Support Synchronous and Asynchronous copy modes for best operation efficiency.
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Powerful 32-bit CRC checksum to assure data integrity.
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Heavy-duty hardware construction for commercial production or personal use.
115V and 230V switching power supply maximizes portability for operation anywhere.
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Designed to save users time and effort in creating multiple copies quickly and reliably.
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Unique source data analysis to copy data area only to achieve highest efficiency
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Supports multiple file formats: Windows: FAT 16/32 exFAT NTFS, Linux:Ext 2/3/4,
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Mac: HFS/HFS+
Not only to do copy, but also test flash media capacity and reading/writing speed.
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2. Control Panel Overview
2-line backlit LCD
creen
▲ Button
ENT Button
ESC Button
▼ Button
▲ Button: Up, Backward
ENT Button: Enter, OK
ESC Button: Escape, Cancel
▼ Button: Down, Forward
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3. Specifications
*Product specs may change without notice
Model
USB, eUSB, CF, CFast, SD, Micro SD, SD/Micro SD combo duplicator
Target
7, 15, 20, 34, 48, 55, 63, 118 (other configurations available too)
Operation
Standalone (No PC or Software is required)
USB/eUSB : USB 1.1/2.0/3.0 compatible devices, eUSB (embedded USB)
Supported Media
Secure Digital:
SD / SDHC / SDXC/ Micro SD / MMC / Mini SD/ TF
CompactFlash: CF Type I and II, Micro Drive, and CFast
Model
FAT 16/32, exFAT, NTFS, Linux (Ext 2/3/4), MAC HFS/HFS+
Display
2-line Backlit Monochrome LCD
Power Supply
115V or 230V
Control Button
4 push-button control panel (ENT, ESC, UP, DOWN )
Working
20% ~ 80%
Storage
5% ~ 95%
Working
32oF ~ 167oF
Storage
-4oF ~ 185oF
Humidity
Temperature
II.
Warning
1. The duplicator tasks mentioned in this user’s manual are as following: Copy,
Compare, Copy + Compare, Capacity Check, and the functions under Utility sub
menu, such as Format FAT32, Format exFAT, Quick Erase, Full Erase and DOD
Erase.
2. All the tasks can be executed in synchronous mode, and asynchronous mode
(except Copy + Compare function).
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3. The Green LED flashes during the execution process of a task. After the task is
done, the Green LED will stay solid if the process is successful, otherwise the
Red LED will be on if the process is failed.
4. Press and hold ESC button during the execution process of a task will stop and
exit the execution of the task.
5. DO NOT unplug USB drive and flash media from the duplicator during the
execution process of a task. It may cause damage to the duplicator system and
media.
6. It is strongly recommended that the capacities of the source and target media
are equal or similar.
7. It is not recommended to use USB card reader to copy different media on the
USB duplicator, such as CF/SD/MS cards. It may cause damage to the
duplicator system and media.
III.
Synchronous /Asynchronous Mode
1. Synchronous Mode (Default)
Synchronous Mode means that the duplicator will not start to execute a task until
all target devices have been inserted into proper target channels. The task will
begin after press ENT button and end at the same time for all target devices. Any target
device plugged in during the process of a task will not be executed with the task. Go
to 6.2 Asynchronous Mode to enable or disable this function.
a. Insert source media into the source channel and blank media into
the target channels properly. The LCD display will show no source
disk when source media is not plugged in yet, and show the number
of target media inserted when source media plugged in.
b. The green LED will be on if the target device is plugged in properly.
c. Select the task from menu, and press ENT button to execute it.
d. During the execution process, the status of each target device can
be checked by using the
▲ and ▼ buttons.
e. After the task is done, LCD display will show the number of successful
and failed target(s), and execution time. Go to 6.9 Show Result Time
to set up the display of time.
2. Asynchronous Mode
Asynchronous Mode means that the duplicator will read the data from source
device into system memory buffer and start to execute a task immediately when
target device(s) inserted. Duplicator does not have to wait for all target
device(s) inserted in order to start the execution of the task at the same
time. No matter the data size of the source device, duplicator can
asynchronously execute a task if Asynchronous Mode is enabled. Go to 6.2
Asynchronous Mode to enable or disable this function.
a. Insert source media into the source channel, select the task to
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b.
c.
d.
e.
execute from the menu, and press ENT button. Duplicator will start
to execute the task now.
Target devices can be plugged in during the execution process, and will
start to execute the task immediately
Target device can be removed when it finishes the execution
process and its green LED is solid on. New target device can be
plugged into the same channel for execution of the task again.
LCD display will show the percentage of execution process, the
number of successful and failed target(s). Here the percentage of
execution process displayed is only for the least processed target
device.
During the execution process, the status of each target device can
be checked by using the
▲ and ▼ buttons.
f. After the task is done for all target devices, press ESC button to exit
from the task. LCD display will show the total number of successful
and failed target(s), and total execution time. Go to 6.9 Show Result
Time to set up the display of time.
g. Don’t need to wait for all target devices to be done. Each channel
executes the task asynchronously.
IV.
Menu Overview
1. C opy:
To copy from source device to target device(s), please go to 6.1 Copy Area to
select the setting first before this step.
1. Copy
1. Copy
Invalid Source
Ready device: 7
No Source Device
:7
P:0 F:0
Copy
ENT
Source and Target Devices inserted
Result:
:7
Pass
Fail
:0
Final Result
7.8G
10%
Display copy progress
Copy: 7 number of targets
7.8G: data to be copied
P: number of passed
F: number of failed
10%: rate of progress
The process of all tasks are
displayed in the same format
2. Compare:
This command allows to compare the copied target devices against the source
for accuracy.
2. Compare
Ready device: 7
:7
P:0 F:0
COMP
ENT
Source and Target Devices inserted
7.8G
Result:
80%
Pass
Display compare progress
7
:6
Fail
:1
Final Result
3. Copy + Compare
This command allows duplicator to start Copy process first, then follow with
Compare process immediately.
3. Copy+Compare
Ready device: 7
:7
P:0 F:0
Copy&
ENT
Source and Target Devices inserted
:7
P:0 F:0
7.8G
&COMP
10%
Display copy progress
7.8G
10%
Display compare progress
Result:
Pass
:6
Fail
:1
Final Result
4. Capacity Check
This command allows to verify the device capacity. It can detect the actual capacity
of devices within 3 seconds.
Ready device: 8
:
P:0 F:0
Check 8
4. Capacity Check
ENT
Source and Target Devices inserted
Result:
:8
Pass
Display progress status
:0
Fail
Final Result
5. Utility
5.1
Format FAT32
This option allows to format the target device to FAT32 file format. It will not
format the source device, avoiding accidently erasing the original data content.
User will be asked if it is sure to format the target devices before the Format
process starts.
[Utility]
1. Format FAT32
Sure to format?
ENT
ENT
Yes
Use ▲or ▼ to select option
:7
P:0 F:0
Format
0%
Display progress status
Result:
Pass
:7
Fail
:0
Final Result
5.2 Format exFAT
This option allows to format the target device to exFAT file format. It will not
format the source device, avoiding accidently erasing the original data content.
User will be asked if it is sure to format the target devices before the Format
process starts.
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[Utility]
:7
P:0 F:0
Sure to format?
1. Format exFAT
Format
Yes
Use ▲or ▼ to select option
0%
Display progress status
Result:
:7
Pass
Fail
:0
Final Result
5.3 Measure Speed
This option allows to measure the actual Read and Write speed of the target
device. This option will NOT alter or erase existing data on the target device.
[Utility]
3. Measure Speed
ENT
[# 0] Read
20M
[# 1] Read
20M
1sec Write
16.5M
1sec Write
16.6M
Display Read/Write speed
5.4
Use ▲or ▼ to select device
Quick Erase
This option erases the table of content of file system of the target device, so it is fast
to do Quick Erase. There is chance that some files can be retrieved by software.
Sure to erase?
[Utility]
4. Quick Erase
ENT
Yes
ENT
:7
P:0 F:0
Q_Erase
Use ▲or ▼ to select option
0%
Display progress status
Result:
:7
Pass
Fail
:0
Final Result
5.5
Full Erase
This option completely erases the content of target device. It takes longer time to
erase and the content will not be retrieved by software.
oftware.
Sure to erase?
[Utility]
5. Full Erase
ENT
Yes
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select option
:7
P:0 F:0
F_Erase
0%
Display progress status
Result:
:7
:0
Pass
Fail
Final Result
5.6
DoD Erase
This is to comply with the U.S.A. Department of Defense (DoD 5220) standard to
fully erase the media by rewriting bit by bit three times to guarantee the data to
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be permanently deleted. It takes the longest time to erase, and the content will
not be retrieved by software.
Sure to erase?
[Utility]
6. DoD Erase
ENT
Yes
ENT
:7
DoD Erase
Use ▲or ▼ to select option
:0 F:0
P
0%
Display progress status
Result:
Pass
:7
Fail
:0
Final Result
5.7 Change Disk Signatures
Duplicator generates the same disk signatures after copy which may cause
computer unable to read the disk correctly when two disks with identical disk
signatures are presented, or shut down the computer. This function allows to
change disk signature. Attention: it will cause error (data mismatch) if compare the
disks after execution of this function.
7. Change Disk Signatures
Result:
D_Signatures: 0
[Utility]
ENT
:0 F:0
P
Wait
ENT
:7
:0
Pass
Display progress status
Fail
Final Result
5.8 Media Information
This option displays the information of selected device m edia, such as total
capacity, file format and the size of data content.
[Utility]
8. Media Information
ENT
[# 0]
60.0G
Port #
Total Capacity
FAT32
20.1G
File Format
Data Size
Use ▲or ▼ to select device
5.9 Device Model
This option displays the model information of selected device, such as device model,
serial information and firmware version
9. Device Model
[# 1] P: 1
[# 0] P: 0
[Utility]
ENT
Model information
ENT
Model information
Use ▲or ▼ to select device
5.10 System Information
This option displays general information of the duplicator, including controller
model, system memory size, firmware version and number of targets.
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[Utility]
F0107V
10. System Info.
V1.05.12
ENT
Controller Model Memory
128MB
Firmware
1-7
Target Number
Display system information
5.11 System Update
This option allows user to update the firmware of duplicator when necessary.
Please obtain the proper firmware file from manufacturer, and save the unzipped
file under home folder on the flash device (DO NOT save the file under sub
folder). Insert the flash device containing the firmware into the source port of
duplicator and press ENT. It will update the system, reboot the duplicator after
update, active and operate under the new firmware.
Update BIOS
Update BIOS
[Utility]
11. System Update
ENT
Identify disc…
ENT
Reboot
Looking for firmware
6. Setup
6.1 Copy Area
This option allows to select the area on the source device to copy onto the target
devices. You may select either “System And Files” to skip all the unoccupied area on the
source device or “Whole Media”. By default, the copy area is set up as System And
Files.
6.1.1
System And Files
The duplicator first analyzes the file format of source device. You may copy
only the system and files area to save overall copy time if the file format is
FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS, Linux EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, and Mac HFS/HFS+.
Otherwise, the duplicator will copy the entire source device content to the target
devices including unoccupied space. For instance, the source device has 8GB
capacity but with only 50MB of data in FAT32 file format. The duplicator will
copy only the 50MB of data area to the target device, hence shortening overall
copy time.
6.1.2
Whole Media
When selected, the duplicator copies the entire content on the source device,
including both the data and empty spaces. This option is used when you
have a source device with unknown file format. For instance a source device
has 8GB capacity and 50MB of data with unknown file format, the duplicator
will copy the whole 8GB of content to target device.
6.2 Asynchronous Mode
This option allows to enable or disable Asynchronous Mode. By default the
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Asynchronous Mode is disabled. Please refer to Chapter III for the detail of
operation on Synchronous and Asynchronous Mode.
[Asynchronous Mode]
[Setup]
2. Asynchronous Mode
ENT
Disable
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.3 Smaller Target
If the capacity of the target device is smaller than the source device, the duplicator
will partly copy or cannot copy. Partly Copy is the default setting.
[Smaller Target]
[Setup]
3. Smaller Target
ENT
Partly Copy
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.4 Unknown Format
This option allows you to Copy or Skip unknown format. If option Skip is selected
here, the unknown format from source will not be copied during copy process.
Copy unknown format is the default setting.
[Unknown Format]
[Setup]
4. Unknown Format
ENT
Copy
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.5 Check Before Copy
This option allows to check device real capacity before copying. By default this
option is disabled.
[Check Before Copy]
[Setup]
5. Check Before Copy
ENT
Disable
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.6 Display Mode
There are three display modes: Basic, Show Timer, and Expert. Basic Mode
shows the copy progress in general; Show Timer Mode displays the time used for
the task; Expert Mode shows the devices with highest copy speed and lowest
copy speed and their copy progress respectively. By default it is Basic Mode.
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[Setup]
[Display Mode]
6. Display Mode
Basic
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
: number of target
2.5G:data to be copied
P:number of passed copies
F:number of failed copies
10%:rate of progress
Copy 1
:1
P:0 F:0
Copy
2.5G
10%
Basic Mode
: number of target
2.5G:data to be copied
03:45 : copy time used
10%:rate of progress
Copy 1
:1
Copy
2.5G
03:45
10%
Show Timer Mode
:10
P:0
A
:number of targets in copy process
P: 0:number of targets passed copy
4 = 2303M:the port with highest copy
speed and data copied so far
1 = 2183M:the port with lowest copy
A: 10
4 = 2303M
1 = 2183M
Expert Mode
speed and data copied so far
6.7 Start-up Menu
Choose one of the following as the default start-up function: Copy, Compare,
Copy+Compare, Capacity Check, Utility and Setup. The default start-up function is
Copy.
[Start-up Menu]
[Setup]
7. Start-up Menu
ENT
Copy
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.8 Button Beep
This option allows to set up button sound from the following options: Button &
Warning, OFF, Warning only. The default setting is Button & Warning.
[Button Beep]
[Setup]
8. Button Beep
ENT
Button & Warning
Use ▲or ▼ to select
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6.9 Show Result Time
This option allows to enable or disable the display of copy time after finishing the
copy process. The default setting is disable.
[Show Result Time]
[Setup]
9. Show Result Time
Disable
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.10 Boot Password
This option allows to set up password for system boot up to prevent from the
unauthorized use of the duplicator. The password must be 6 characters.
[Setup]
[Boot Password]
Boot Password
10. Boot Password
ENT
Enable
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
===> _ _ _ _ _ _
Use ▲or ▼ to select,
Press ENT to confirm
6.11 Setup Password
This option allows to set up password for Setup function to prevent from the
change of system settings on the duplicator. The password must be 6
characters.
[Setup]
[Setup Password]
Setup Password
11. Setup Password
ENT
Enable
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
===> _ _ _ _ _ _
Use ▲or ▼ to select,
Press ENT to confirm
6.12 Language
This option allows to choose the language for display: English, Spanish,
Portuguese, and Japanese. English is the default language.
[Setup]
[Language]
12. Language
English
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.13 Clear Setup
This option resets the duplicator back to factory default settings.
13. Clear Setup
Clear Parameter To Default?
Clear Parameter To Default?
[Setup]
ENT
Yes
ENT
All Parameters were cleared!
Use ▲or ▼ to select
6.14 Performance
This option allows to set up the performance for Copy function based on the following
modes: Speed, Balance, and Compatibility. Speed mode is to execute the Copy function
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at the fastest speed, but may have compatibility issue with certain brands flash media.
Balance mode is to execute the Copy function at stable speed, and have less compatibility
issue with certain brands flash media. Compatibility mode is to execute the Copy function
at the most stable speed, and almost have no compatible issue with flash media. The
default mode is Speed.
[Setup]
[Performance]
14. Performance
Speed
ENT
Use ▲or ▼ to select
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