- Compliant with CFast 1.1 Standard
- SATA II 3 Gb/s (Backward compatible to SATA I)
- 2 – 64GB SLC, 8 – 128GB MLC
- -40 to 85°C Operating Temp
- Read / Write Speeds up to 125/95 MB/s*
For embedded platforms which have used CompactFlash as a boot drive or other storage medium, and now face a migration from PATA to SATA due to a processor change, CFast is a logical choice for new designs. CFast has all of the mechanical advantages of CF – small, rugged, cased, easily customizable – with the added benefits of the SATA interface. CFast is governed by the CompactFlash Association (www.compactflash.org), with mechanical dimensions virtually identical to CF, as the only differences are thickness (3.6mm for CFast vs. 3.3mm for CF) and the 24-pin SATA connector in place of the 50-pin CF connector. Delkin offers a range of industrial temperature CFast capacities in both SLC and MLC flash, to provide the best solution for a given application, whether write intensive requiring high endurance or cost sensitive.
Delkin controls bills of materials down to the flash, controller and firmware version, so once a part number is qualified, the same configuration will be delivered until its EOL date. And recognizing the value of strong life cycle management, Delkin provides advance notification when a part must eventually be discontinued, offering last time buy opportunities and replacement parts for qualification.
Delkin also acknowledges that an off-the-shelf part may not always be the best fit, and provides many customization options – ranging from custom labels, serialization, content and image loading, conformal coating, custom testing, mechanical ruggedization, even a complete custom design. Contact us to ask how we can customize a drive for your application.
-40 to +85°C
-50 to +100°C
10G, 11msec – Sawtooth Waveform
20Hz – 1000Hz @ 0.04 G2/Hz,
1000Hz – 2000Hz @ 0.01 G2/Hz
Reliability / Endurance
SLC: 937 TBW
MLC: 47 TBW
> 3 million hours (0 to +25°C)
> 200,000 hours (60°C)
2GB – 64GB
8GB – 128GB
Sequential Read up to 120MB/s
Sequential Write up to 90MB/s
Sequential Read up to 120MB/s
Sequential Write up to 40MB/s
1Per MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6 Procedure I. Testing to other shock profiles available upon request.
2Per MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.6; Category 24. Testing to other vibration curves available upon request.
3TBW figures are representative for 16GB capacity based on optimal usage model. Contact Delkin for life estimates on other capacities or using your specific usage parameters.
4Performance figures shown are for highest capacity configuration, and will vary by capacity, host, usage model and other factors.
- Compliant with CFast 1.0 Standard, SATA replacement for CompactFlash cards
- Compliant with SATA Revision 2.6 specification (3 Gbps / 1.5 Gbps)
- Fully compatible with ATA-7; Supports transfer modes PIO 0-4, MDMA 0-2 and UDMA 0-6
- Supports ATA Security Erase
- Advanced wear-leveling and ECC
- Rugged, industrial embedded drive with under-fill for critical components
- SMART enabled for monitoring performance and managing product life in application
- Protection against data and firmware corruption during power loss
- Customizable – conformal coating, labeling, content loading, additional mechanical ruggedization, etc.
- Compliant with European Union Directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
1.8″ SATA SSD
Delkin Devices’ S218 1.8” SATA SSD is the ideal HDD replacement for embedded applications, delivering industrial temperature storage in a compact SFF-8144** compliant form factor.
2.5″ SATA SSD
For legacy SATA designs with a standard 2.5” HDD or SSD slot (SFF-8201 form factor*) the Delkin Devices’ S225 delivers a controlled industrial solution in two flash grades and a wide range of capacities.
Mini mSATA (MO-300B Mini)
For real estate constrained hosts needing a true embedded SATA storage module, Mini mSATA (JEDEC MO-300B Mini standard) is the ideal solution, delivering up to 64GB of SLC or 128GB of MLC in less than 8 cm2 (1.25 in2.)
Utilizing the same connector as a standard 2.5” HDD or SSD, the uncased SlimSATA form factor (conforming to the JEDEC MO-297 standard) is an excellent alternative for embedded applications not restricted to the mechanical outline of a traditional hard drive.
For embedded platforms which have used CompactFlash as a boot drive or other storage medium, and now face a migration from PATA to SATA due to a processor change, CFast is a logical choice for new designs.