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2GB SATA DOM Disk on Module I150 Horizontal Quad Channel Wide Temp DESIB-02GJ30AW1QS


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SATADOM i-150 series delivers marvelous small-sized dimision mechanicla design but within superizing high capacity, which is up to 32GB, and also remarkable data transder rate. As a leading position, InnoDisk developed advanced and especially innovative mechanical design for SATADOM i-150 to improve SSDs reliability to anti-shock and anti-vibration as well.

SATADOM i-150, thus, is able to works well even under rugged environments. Simillar as first generation SATADOM, i-100 series is available for SATA Pin7 Vcc in design which make SSD operate more reliably since it's without external power suppy. AES-128 bit, additionally, such a data encryption offering, is suitable for customers who are more data-security-oriented.

Write: 50MB/sec.(max.)

InnoDisk Serial ATA Disk on Module supports SATA II standard (3.0Gb/s) interface with good performance and thus performs faster data transfer rate. Sustain read can reach up to 125MB per second (max), and sustain write reach up to 120MB per second (max). Moreover, InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV is designed as the smallest form factor size that could enhance compatibility with various design applications. Particularly the 7th pin of standard SATA 7pin connector can optionally be the built-in power VCC pin. In other words, it could be connected directly to the SATA on-board socket on customers’ system without additional power cable. Another advanced design of InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV is the connector with latch and thus such innovative mechanical design could improve data transfer reliability while device operating. With the locked connector design, it could enhance anti-vibration mechanism.

Besides, the booting time for operation and the power consumption is less than hard disk drive (HDD). InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV can work under harsh environment compile with ATA protocol, no additional drives are required, and the SSD can be configured as a boot device or data storage device.

InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV support SATA II interface, and compliant with Serial ATA Gen 1 and Gen 2 specification (Gen2 supports 1.5Gbps /3.0Gbps data rate).
Burst Transfer Rate : 3.0 Gbps

Sustained Read: 125MB/sec (max.)
Sustained Write: 120MB/sec (max.)

Sustained Read: 90MB/sec (max.)
Sustained Write: 75MB/sec (max.)

Sustained Read: 90MB/sec (max.)
Sustained Write: 40MB/sec (max.)


Error Detection and Correction
Highly sophisticated Error Correction Code algorithms are implemented. The ECC unit consists of the Parity Unit (parity-byte generation) and the Syndrome Unit (syndrome-byte computation). This unit implements an algorithm that can correct 16 bits per 512 bytes in an ECC block. Code-byte generation during write operations, as well as error detection during read operation, is implemented on the fly without any speed penalties.

Flash memory can be erased within 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.

InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV uses a static wear-leveling algorithm to ensure that consecutive writes of a specific sector are not written physically to the same page/block in the flash. This spreads flash media usage evenly across all pages, thereby extending flash lifetime.

Write Protection
InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV within the write-protect function could prevent the device from modification and deletion. Write-protected data could only be read, that is, users could not write to it, edit it, append data to it, or delete it. When users would like to make sure that neither themselves nor others could modify or destroy the file, users could switch on write-protection. Thus, InnoDisk SATADOM D150QV could process write-protect mechanism and disable flash memory to be written-in any data. Only while the system power-off, users could switch on write-protection. Write-protection could not be switched-on, after OS booting.


Read Cycles: Unlimited Read Cycles.
Write /Erase Cycles: 2,000,000 Erase Cycles.
Data Retention: 10 years.
Wear-Leveling Algorithm: support.
Bad Blocks Management: Support
Error Correct Code: Support

MTBF > 4,000,000 hours

Power on Pin 7
SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC, it is defined Pin7 as VCC on the SATA connector. Thus the power would come from SATA connector Pin7 VCC. Customers DO NOT have to use the power cable for power supply. Such a wireless design of SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC brings more convenience to customers’ system. The followings are the points customers have to be careful of while designing in SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC. SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC is designed with a fuse (polyswitch 500mA, 6V) on Pin7’s circuit. Such a design could avoid any potential damage to customers’ system. When customers use SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC, but the Pin7 of SATA socket on customers’ system is ground pin, the device could not be recognized. To have the advantages of SATADOM D150QV with Pin7 VCC, and to avoid any potential damage to customers’ board designed with VCC power supply, InnoDisk suggests that customers MUST design their board with a fuse which should be designed before the SATA socket Pin7 VCC. In other words, customers are suggested NOT TO layout 5V VCC to SATA socket on board directly. A circuit diagram example to explain this is shown as below.