Flash Card Copy Stations
Duplicate up to 32 Cards Simultaneously: JG08, JG16 and JG32
For high speed quantity duplication of Flash or SRAM cards, the Elan Copy Station is the perfect solution. Using either a single or dual tower, a range of slot capacities can be catered for; 8 slots for low throughput or 16 or 32 slots for higher throughputs. The towers use a unique system to allow high speed parallel reads and writes to all varieties of memory card, including ATA and Linear flash. Using PC driven software and a pre-configured host PC (supplied), the Copy Station is delivered ready to run (no monitor is included; this is customer furnished to suit the working environment).
The copying software supplied with the Copy Station system is called JG_Copy, and allows simple script based customization of menus and part numbers, allowing the operator to work with familiar terminology. On-screen progress and status for each operation is clearly displayed, together with batch size control and yield information.
The slots are each equipped with an activity / status LED showing progress and / or slot status. Each slot can program 8 or 16-bit wide cards at 5V (and 12V if required). Each slot is individually fault protected and is temporarily disabled if a card fails during programming or verifying, allowing the other slots and cards to continue to completion.
|JG08 and JG16 use single tower, JG32 uses two towers slaved together|
|Supplied with a PC base unit|
|Each slot behaves as an industry standard "365" type PCMCIA controller|
|Fault protection per slot and LED status per slot|
|High speed parallel read and write operations at 5V, with either 8 or 16-bit wide data|
|Comes with JG_Copy software, pre-installed and ready to run|
|Script customizable front-end to allow changes to menus and part numbers|
|Software includes batch size control for simple operation (user enters number of units to be programmed and JG_Copy will display the number of cards completed, number left to do and number that have failed). Programming yield data is displayed on-screen for statistical analysis and early identification of batch problems|
|Supports linear flash and SRAM cards, including Series I, II, II+, Strata Flash and MLC technologies|
|Supports ATA flash and rotating, including IBM Microdrive, SanDisk etc|
|Each slot can take up to a TypeIII card|