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A Look at Industrial SSD, Industrial Grade Solid State Drives

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If you are looking for a reliable, high performance flash storage device, then you’re looking for industrial SSD. Industrial SSDs exceed the performance and endurance capabilities of commercially available models, which is why they are used for embedded storage in industries from transportation to gaming and many more. Is an industrial SSD the right flash storage solution for your application? Here is what you need to know.

 

Why is industrial SSD superior to commercial models?

Stability is the key factor that sets industrial SSDs apart from commercial storage devices. Industrial SSDs are designed with a controlled BOM—Bill of Materials—that includes the flash, controller, and firmware. With a controlled BOM, the SSD will not have component changes until the parts number is discontinued. Further, you will be notified of these changes before they occur, allowing you to rely on your SSD for even critical data logging.

 

What are the technical specifications?

Industrial SSDs are available in a range of capacities in SLC flash. The technical specs are as follows:

 

  • 4GB – 64GB capacity range
  • -40 to 85 degrees C operating temperature
  • -50 to 100 degrees C storage temperature
  • 7GRMS vibrations (20Hz – 1000Hz @ 0.04 G2/Hz, 1000Hz – 2000Hz @ 0.01 G2/Hz)
  • 10G, 11msec – Sawtooth Waveform shock
  • 937 TBW
  • < 3 million hours MTBF (0 to 25 degrees C)
  • 145MB/s read and 130MB/s write

 

Industrial SLC 2.5” SSDs are also available for legacy SATA designs with either a standard 2.5” HDD or SSD slot. These SSDs have larger capacity ranges—up to 256GB—as well as faster sequential read and write performance capabilities.

 

Why choose Delkin for your industrial SSD needs?

For industrial SSD storage devices, Delkin offers the controlled BOM and extended life cycle management you need to rely on the performance of your system. Our SSDs are compliant with JEDEC MO-300B form factor and SATA Revision 2.6 specification. They also support TRIM, Native Command Queuing, and ATA Security Erase and are SMART enabled to allow performance monitoring and product life management in application. Our customer team can configure customized SSD samples and help you navigate compatibility and qualification testing, so you can be sure you’re getting the right devices every time. Contact us with your questions and let our knowledgeable team walk you through your embedded storage options.

 

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