ACELab Spider Board Adapter

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About the Spider Board Adapter

Product Code: AP-ACE-SPDR

The Spider Board Adapter is designed to get connected to technological pins of monolithic Flash devices. This is the new revolutionary technique to recover data from damaged monoliths. No advanced soldering skills are required.

The main features of the Spider Board Adapter:

  • Doesn’t require soldering to the technological pinouts, which saves a lot of time, reduces risks and makes monolith recovery process convenient like never before.
  • 25 specialized needles will enable you to find a convenient way of connecting to pinouts, no matter how they are located.
  • GND and VCC pins are fixed by screw connectors for convenient usage.
  • The adapter is developed specifically for using with microscope.

With the Spider Board Adapter it is possible to:

  • Fine-tune the connectors on the software level.
  • Save the previous pinout settings in a file to use in similar cases.
  • Maintain constant 5V or control VCC (1.8 V-3.6 V) power supplies.
  • Control the adapter power supply via software.
  • Recover data from partially damaged/formatted/erased SD and MicroSD cards as a fully functional Card Adapter.

The new adapter is only compatible with PC-3000 Flash Reader ver. 4.0.

The Spider Board Adapter works with all monolith form factors:

  • MicroSD
  • SecureDigital
  • UFD
  • MemoryStick
  • eMMC (can read chips via SD protocol)

Previously, many data recovery engineers did not work with monoliths because of complexity. Now you can recover data from monoliths much easier, faster and safer.

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