Automated Disc Publishing
Primera's best-selling Bravo SE Disc Publisher is the first device of its kind to incorporate JVC's Archival recordable drives and Archival Grade DVD-R media. Bravo-Series Disc Publishers automate the process of producing discs. With the included software for PC and Mac, it is fast and easy to burn and print quantities of archival discs or individual archival discs with unique information. In addition, a comprehensive Software Developer's Kit (SDK) is available at no charge. The SDK makes it easy for developers to integrate Primera disc publishers into applications such as video, film and photo archiving, Digital Asset Management (DAM), document and medical imaging and much more.
Government organizations, legal firms and general business need to archive large quantities of digital information for a long period of time. Businesses are paying close attention to the next generation of recording medium and related storage options. For all of these organizations, JVC's new Archival Grade DVD-R provides secure long term storage of data.
JVC Archival Grade DVD-R complies to the Optical Disc Archive Test ISO/1EC10995 which states that recorded data can be retained safely for more than 30 years under a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and with 50%relative humidity.
JVC's Archival Grade DVD-R delivers long term data retention by the use of the company's own specially developed dye, which controls the initial writing error at low levels. The reflective layer was also specifically-developed for archival use and is designed to last the lifetime of the media.
Archival Grade DVD-R has a hard-coat surface similar to that of the latest BD-R media. Compared to JVC's standard DVD-R surface, the archival media is:
- 200 times more scratch resistant
- 7 times more fingerprint resistant
- 1000 times more dust free
Bravo Archive-Series Disc Publishers with JVC Archival drives are able to burn the Archive Grade DVD-R as well as standard CD-R, standard DVD-R, gold CD-R, gold DVD-R, and other types of archival media. Bravo Archive-Series Disc Publishers combined with JVC's Archival recordable drives and Archival Grade media, provide a reliable and efficient system for backing up critical data. This solution also helps businesses free up active storage devices by off-loading content onto reliable and stable media.
Bravo Archive-Series Disc Publisher
Number of Drives
JVC Archival Drive
CD: CD-R, CD-RW, CD-Audio (CD-DA), Video-CD, MP3 to CD-Audio,
most other industry-standard CD formats
DVD: DVD±R, DVD±RW, DVD±DL, JVC Archival Grade DVD-R
Up to 4800 dpi
Maximum Print Width
Cyan, Magenta, Yellow cartridge, Primera P/N 53332 or
High-Yield Cyan Magenta, Yellow cartridge, Primera P/N 53335
For the PC: PTPublisher, SureThing CD Label Software Primera Edition
For the Mac: PTPublisher for Mac OS X 10.6 or higher with Disc Cover design software.
Printable-surface DVD±R and CD-R; standard or water-resistant
Mac: OS X v10.6 or higher
Minimum System Requirements for PC
Intel Celeron Processor or higher, 2GB RAM or higher, 10GB or more free hard drive space, available USB 2.0 port or open PCI slot for optional USB 2.0 adapter card (combo cards not recommended), user account with Local Administrator rights.
Minimum System Requirements for Mac Computers
1 GHz PowerPC or Intel processor or higher, capable of running Mac OS X v10.6 or higher, 1GB RAM, one available USB 2.0 port, 10GB or more free hard drive space.
UL, UL-C, CE, FCC Class A
100-240 VAC, 50/60Hz, 60 watts
11.5 lbs. (4.1 kg)
15"W x 14.75"H x 7"H
(381mmW x 375mmH x 178mmH)