Rugged. Controlled. PATA Storage.
The Parallel ATA (PATA) interface, which evolved from IDE, was the standard hard drive interface dating from the mid 1980’s until the introduction of Serial ATA (SATA) in 2003. PATA is still the primary foundational technology in the industrial embedded space, due mainly to the large installed base of legacy hosts.
The two main form factors still in production utilizing the PATA interface are CompactFlash (whose standards are governed by the CompactFlash Association, www.compactflash.org) and PCMCIA cards. Delkin offers the widest range of CompactFlash products available on the market with multiple controller and flash options, including Standard CompactFlash, UDMA 6 CompactFlash, Ultra High Performance cards, ELC Extended Life Cycle, ruggedized cards for extreme environmental conditions, cards with customized labels, serialization, image loading, or specialized testing.
PATA / CF Devices
High Performance CF
For embedded applications requiring maximum speed, high capacity or both, the Delkin Ultra High Performance CompactFlash cards utilize a 4-channel UDMA 7 controller to deliver the fastest and largest capacity industrial temperature solutions on the market.