Cactus Industrial CFast Cards Now With Physical Write Protect Switch
Cactus Technologies' Industrial CFast cards are now available with an optional Physical Write Protect Switch on the back rail.
Austin, TX, January 18, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Cactus Technologies’ Industrial CFast cards are now available with an optional Physical Write Protect Switch on the back rail.
Several embedded applications use the physical write protect switch to protect data loaded at time of manufacture or data that has been collected and cannot be lost. If the operating system attempts to write to the CFast while the write protect switch is enabled, the CFast will ignore these writes.
Sai-Ying Ng, Cactus CEO & President, said, “The Physical Write Protect Switch provides a simple, foolproof method to protect data on our Industrial CFast cards. It serves the needs of several key embedded OEM applications.”
The Cactus SLC CFast cards with the physical write protect switch are available in memory capacities from 1GB to 64GB. For extended temperature applications, there is an optional -45C to 90C operating temperature range as well.
The SLC NAND and industrial controller technology make these parts extremely reliable. With endurance cycles of >2 Million erase cycles per logical block, 24/7 operation for many years is ensured.
Joseph Chang, Cactus VP Engineering, remarked, “Our Industrial CFast with a write protect switch allow OEMs to integrate functionality into their designs to meet targeted application requirements. Our engineering team is available to assist if questions arise.”
For over 10 years, Cactus Technologies has been supporting OEMs Worldwide with the highest reliability Industrial Embedded Flash Storage Products using industry leading controller technology and industrial strength flash memory.
Our Industrial products enable OEM’s systems to operate without a fault in the harshest and most mission critical environments. In addition, Cactus offers Commercial Grade embedded products based on MLC NAND, which have Locked-BOM and Extended Life Cycles for budget limited applications.
1 MByte = 1 million bytes; 1 GByte = 1 billion bytes; 1Gbit = 1 billion bits.
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