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IDE Disk on Module 44 Pin Horizontal
Horizontal version ( Parallel to the motherboard ) - no need for power cable as it get the power from the 44pin IDE port
Extremely light weight, reliable & performant, This new generation IDE Flash Module made of SLC Industrial Nand Flash Memory, is the most flexible solution to provide reliable storage on space limited and hostile environnment. Decreasing data access time and replacing any moving part from a traditional hard drive, the Flash Disk on Module fit the needs of a wide range of application.
100% Compatible with the Standard IDE ATA interface, this unit works exaclty like a standard hard drive but without any moving part, strongly increasing reliability and improving data access speed performance, without any noise.
Note: The difference between Single Channel and Dual Channel impact on the speed only, where the Dual Channel offer twice the read/write transfer speed performance compared to the single channel, since they are made of 2 chips that can be accessed simultaneously. This does not affect the compatibility and both models will be similarly recognised by the motherboard..
Embedded Disk Card 4000 (EDC4000) products provide high capacity solid-state flash memory that electrically complies with the Personal Computer Memory Card International Association ATA standard. InnoDisk Embedded Disk Card 4000 (EDC4000) is embedded solid-state data storage systems for industrial work place. Embedded Disk Card 4000 (EDC4000) features an extremely light weight, reliable, low-profile form factor. Embedded Disk Card 4000 (EDC4000) supports advanced PIO (0-4), Multi Word DMA (0-2), Ultra DMA (0-4) transfer modes, multi-sector transfers, and LBA addressing.
Support PIO mode0-4/MwDMA 0-2/UDMA 0-4,
Dual Channel Performance:
Single Channel Performance:
Note: Single Channel and Dual Channel configuration is only a memory configuration and does not affect compatibily with the standards. The only difference between the 2 configurations is the performance
Conditions: Telcordia SR-332 GB, 250C, > 3,000,000 Hours
>150 years @ 50GB write-erase /day
- Standard Grade: -100C to +700C
- Standard Grade: -450C to +950C
Flash memory can be erased a limited number of times. This number is called the erase cycle limit or write endurance limit and is defined by the flash array vendor. The erase cycle limit applies to each individual erase block in the flash device.
EDC4000 uses a wear-leveling algorithm to ensure that consecutive writes of a specific sector are not written physically to the same page in the flash. This spreads flash media usage evenly across all pages, thereby maximizing flash lifetime.