Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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MiraClone comes out as No.1 in Australasia
The Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia commissioned a report by its Training Director, Jeremy Phillips. He tested all of the leading transponder cloners and included Lockdecoders' MiraClone even though it is not an entry level cloner but an advanced Eeprom machine and lost points because it is naturally more expensive.
Overall the MiraClone still came out tops and here are some comments from the report, reproduced by permission:
"The MiraClone is the only machine in our tests that is able to clone pesky Temic Crypto 8c transponders."
"Regarding chip information - the MiraClone excelled in this category, providing an impressive amount of information. The use of PC software increases this even more."
"The MiraClone has a wide range of extra features. The most exciting of these centres around the transponder production from an Eeprom/MCU file, where the MiraClone easily outpaces all the other cloners in our trial. Extra cables have just been released which will make reading these files in circuit very easy and very safe."
"Users who choose this machine will do so primarily for the way in which it works with Eeprom files; and in this area it is the best of the machines we trialled." (Copyright: Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia 2013. All rights reserved).
Peter Southern, founder and managing director of Lockdecoders Ltd, is delighted but not totally surprised by the trial report and reports that Lockdecoders now exports the MiraClone to 37 countries. During the past few weeks he has spent time with his international distributors for Spain, Portugal, Libya, Chile, Czech Republic, Greece & Israel and has meetings scheduled with potential or existing distributors in 5 other countries.
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