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Delkin bares CF 5.0 memory cards with specialised options

11 Nov 2014

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Delkin Devices has launched the CF 5.0 memory cards suited for transportation, telecommunications and medical devices. The fifth generation memory cards have customisation option, back PIO mode 6, UDMA mode 6 and use SLC NAND flash.

In addition to offering a controlled BOM (Bill of Materials) and domestic U.S. manufacturing, Delkin uses a two-channel controller with an optimised 32bit RISC core that delivers up to 24bit ECC, which is ideal for applications that demand performance in extended temperature operating environments from -40°C to 85°C. The CPU also features interleaving, cache and multi-page programming to increase overall speed and performance.

"We also offer specialised testing, image loading, serialisation, packaging, labelling and customisation for specific environmental conditions," said Tina Guidotti, director of Product Management.

The latest CF cards incorporate built-in power interruption and power-save protection to keep data integrity, while S.M.A.R.T. diagnostic tools allow customers to retrieve detailed status and health information from the card at any time, eliminating downtime. Because the CF 5.0 specification is backwards compatible with previous CF specifications, the cards can be utilised in new as well as established host devices.

Card solutions are available now in capacities ranging from 2GB to 64GB, with several solutions available through at least 2021.




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