Preparing a Master for Flash Drive Duplication
Preparing a Master
Use a good quality new Flash Drive, not some give-away that you got at a convention.
Use a Blank or newly Full Formatted Flash Drive, not a quick formatted Flash Drive.
Capacity has to be exactly the capacity of the copies you want to receive. For example, if you have ordered 16Gb Flash Drive copies , use a 16 GB blank to prepare a master. This is very important, as copying a 8 GB Flash Drive to a 16 GB Flash Drive will result in a 8 GB target. And copying a 32 GB Flash Drive to a 16 GB Flash Drive may result in a blank target
USB Flash Drive Quality
USB Flash Drive units are available in capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB and 128 GB units are coming on the market.
Since these units have different capacities, it is easy to reach the conclusion that these are different products manufactured in different fab plants, but this is usually not the case.
Each fab plant has the ability to manufacture a certain capacity of USB Flash Drive, based on the technology of its manufacturing line. After production, the finished units are tested. Units that meet the stated capacity quality standards (for example, a 64GB capacity manufacturing line) are marketed as so. A little known fact is that units that do not meet 64 GB standards are sorted according to the capacity that they do meet; in many cases the 32 GB, 16 GB, 8 GB and 4 GB units are all fallouts from the 64 GB manufacturing line .
Perennity Patient CD/DVD
Perennity is an extremely stable system for archiving DICOM images, and outputting them digitally to CD/DVD\'s printed with the patients\' information. Perennity has an installed base of thousands of systems world-wide.
One of the main advantages of Perennity is a system of Modality Profiles. Each Modality has its own profile, which defines not only what is printed on the disk (Modality Type, Study Type, Date , Time etc.) , but also the latency time for each modality.
Latency time is the period from when the first Dicom picture of a study is downloaded to the Perennity Server to when the system starts to process the disk.