The Bravo Archive-Series Disc Publisher by Primera burns and prints up to twenty CD or DVD discs at a time making it capable of handling most any short-run disc publishing job you throw at it. In just thirty seconds, the Bravo Archive-Series prints each disc with 100% coverage in high quality 4800 DPI resolution. It also uses Primera's sixth-generation robotics which provides automated, unattended operation that is both reliable and efficient.
The Bravo Archive-Series can also produce just one disc at a time and provides convenient, front panel access upon job completion making disc collection time-saving and simple. It is designed to use JVC's Archival Grade DVD-R media and powerful design and publishing software has been included to help you place photos, backgrounds, text and graphics anywhere on the disc.
JVC's Archival Grade DVD-R delivers long term data retention by using a proprietary dye which controls the initial writing error at low levels. It also complies to the Optical Disc Archive Test ISO/1EC10995 which ensures that recorded data can be retained safely for more than 30 years under a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and with 50% relative humidity. The reflective layer was specifically-developed for archival use and is designed to last the lifetime of the media. Compared to JVC's standard DVD-R surface, the archival media is 200 times more scratch resistant, seven times more fingerprint resistant and one thousand times more dust free.
Sometimes, special integration with applications for PACS/DICOM medical imaging systems, law enforcement, surveillance video and audio/video on-demand is required. The Bravo Archive-Series has this covered with a simple, yet comprehensive SDK (Software Developer's Kit) for both Windows and Mac. The SDK is free from the manufacturer to qualified developers.