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Spotlight on Multi-Level Cell SSD

ME5HAPX7V-3N000-2 - SATA - mSATA (MO-300B) - 512GB - MLCWhen you need an alternative to single-level cell (SLC) mSATA for NAND flash memory, then multi-level cell (MLC) Commercial mSATA SSD could be the solution. This industrial flash storage solution is available in both commercial and industrial operating temperature options, both with fully locked bill of materials that ensure you won’t have any future issues with host compatibility as long as the product number is active. Is MLC mSATA SSD the solution you’ve been searching for when it comes to embedded storage in your system? Here’s what you need to know.

 

Commercial MLC mSATA SSD Features

Commerical MLC mSATA SSD is ideal for SATA applications that need a small, lightweight, embedded storage solution with a low power consumption. Both the Utility and Utility+ versions of this product are fully compliant with the JEDEC MO-300B form factor standard and RoHS. Both TRIM and NCQ are supported for up to 32 commands, as is the SATA III interface with backwards compatibility. There are options for over-provisioned configurations and field firmware update capability.

 

With this product, you also get advanced wear-leveling, ECC, and full protection against data and firmwear corruption during power losses. It is SMART-enabled to allow performance monitoring and to manage product life in application, with extended life cycle management and planned EOL notices.

 

MLC mSATA SSD Technical Specs

Choosing the right mSATA SSD comes down to finding the solution that matches your technical needs. The specs for the Utility mSATA are:

  • 32GB – 1TB capacity
  • 0 – 70 degrees C operating temperature
  • -40 – 85 degrees C storage temperature
  • 1028 TBW
  • > 2 million MTBF (hours)
  • 540MB/s read and 510MB/s write speeds

 

The specs for the Utility+ mSATA are:

  • 32GB – 512GB capacity
  • -40 – 85 degrees C operating temperature
  • -40 – 85 degrees C storage temperature
  • 544 TBW
  • > 2 million MTBF (hours)
  • 555MB/s read and 465MB/s write speeds

 

At Delkin Devices, we’re committed to helping each client select the right industrial flash storage solution for any industrial application. We work with customers across a variety of industries, from healthcare to infotainment and gaming, and we’re equipped to solve embedded computing needs for businesses of all sizes. Our commitment to stable BOMs and complete lifecycle management means that you can count on the reliability of our storage solutions. To find an MLC SSD option that meets your company’s specific needs and budgets, contact us today.

 

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