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Spotlight on eMMC 153 Ball Designs

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If you are looking for an industrial grade CPU and flash solution for your application, eMMC may be the solution for you. This royalty-free card is used in a large number of different devices for everything from key data storage to storage for the operating system or application software. eMMC 153 ball patterns can be easily soldered to the board for fast, reliable compatibility and operations. Although eMMC is often used in consumer devices, it is also appropriate for industrial applications when it is designed to work in rugged operating conditions.

 

eMMC 153 Ball Benefits

There are many reasons that people choose eMMC as an embedded solution for flash and CPU. One of the leading benefits of this embedded card is simplicity. eMMC 153 ball designs can be soldered directly to the board without any kind of compatibility complications, resulting in a reduction in time-to-market. Another benefit is the low power demands of eMMCs. This low level of power consumption is why you will find eMMCs in things like smartphones, tablets, and laptops, which users expect to have a long lifespan. The low power consumption is also part of the appeal for industrial users who need a reliable flash and CPU device.

 

The design standards for eMMC 153 ball patterns are managed by JEDEC, so OEMs always know what to expect from the cards.

 

Industrial Grade eMMC Features

Industrial grade eMMC is available in MLC and pSLC flash formats. With MLC flash, two bits of data are stored on every cell in the card, and with pSLC, access to portions of the cells are restricted so that only one bit of data can be stored per cell. The cards also come with internal error correction code—ECC—for data communication protection.

 

As you would expect from industrial devices, industrial eMMC 153 ball designs are safe for use in temperatures ranging from -40° C to 85° C. They can also withstand high levels of vibration and shock, and feature enhanced write protection with options for permanent and partial protection.

 

For high-quality eMMC 153 ball products, choose Delkin. Our team can assist you in finding the right data storage solutions and obtaining engineering samples to test in your applications. Contact us to learn more.

 

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