Industrial Flash Storage
Delkin Devices delivers the right storage solution for each unique Embedded or Industrial OEM application – through a wide range of form factors, flash options, capacities and customization choices. Whether the host interface is PATA, SD, SATA or USB, all Delkin Utility and Industrial storage products are built with a controlled BOM to ensure ongoing host compatibility and consistent performance. Understanding the criticality of life cycle management, Delkin places great emphasis on component selection to maximize life cycles and strives to reduce the inconvenience of the EOL and requalification process. When an off-the-shelf product doesn’t quite fit the bill, Delkin has a menu of customization options for standard form factors or will deliver a custom-designed storage solution. And when combined with outstanding applications, engineering and customer support, Delkin Devices’ high quality, USA-built Industrial storage products are always the right choice for Embedded and Industrial OEM applications.
INDUSTRIAL SECURE DIGITAL MEMORY CARDS
While SD cards primarily began in 1999 as a storage medium for consumer electronics, key characteristics such as small size, low power consumption, high reliability, and simplicity of integration also make the form factor an ideal fit for many industrial applications with limited real estate for storage.
Industrial Secure Digital Memory Cards
The Delkin Industrial microSD Memory Card is a high-endurance NAND flash storage solution for industrial applications that utilizes the Secure Digital interface. Key characteristics such as small size, low power consumption, high reliability, and simplicity of integration make the form factor an ideal fit for many industrial applications with constrained real estate.
Industrial mSATA SSD
The mSATA (or Mini-SATA) form factor, was first introduced in 2009 by SATA-IO and intended as a new drive format for netbooks, laptops and other slim devices that required solid state storage in a much smaller footprint than a 2.5” SSD. While mSATA began as a commercial form factor, it quickly gained traction for embedded applications, due to its small size, low power consumption, performance, ruggedness and availability in industrial configurations.
Industrial mSATA SSD
Industrial 2.5″ SSD
The 2.5” drive form factor, managed by the SFF-8201 standard and originally named for the size of the rotating disk in the HDD version, remains a popular legacy product due to its mechanical robustness, wide range of available capacities, and ease of integration.
Industrial 2.5″ SSD
Industrial M.2 SSD
M.2 (formerly known as NGFF, the Next Generation Form Factor) was first introduced in 2013 and intended to be a replacement for the mSATA standard as a computer storage medium. M.2 is a very flexible form factor, with a variety of physical sizes, interfaces and flash types to adapt to a wide range of storage applications.
Delkin Industrial CompactFlash Memory Cards include the C400 Series, the C500 Series, and the C670 series, making it the widest range of Industrial CompactFlash memory cards offered in the market. These series feature high endurance SLC Single Level Cell NAND Flash, with the option of MLC Multi Level Cell NAND Flash in the C670 Series.
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, Delkin F200 & F270 Series CFast is a logical choice for new designs.
Industrial Embedded USB
The Embedded USB, or eUSB, form factor continues to be popular as a boot drive for industrial applications, due to the small size, ease of integration and mechanical ruggedness. Since most processors support the USB interface, it is a natural choice when a small amount of storage is needed and the host cannot physically accommodate a traditional HDD / SSD form factor.
Industrial USB Flash Drive
While low-cost industrial USB flash drives are readily available on the market, Delkin Devices offers a line of portable USB drives in a variety of flash, capacity and form factor options to meet the unique needs of industrial applications.
Although the PCMCIA standard was first released in 1990, and most platforms have moved to other storage options, there are still legacy hosts in existence using this form factor. Delkin understands the need for long product life cycles and continues to support this form factor with Industrial Temperature SLC PC Cards in capacities up to 4GB.