|cf1slc / cf2slc / cf4slc / cf8slc / cf16slc||PC Engines offers CompactFlash cards built
using high endurance SLC flash.
|IDE to CompactFlash adapters|
|Summary||Industry standard CompactFlash cards can be used as a solid state replacement for IDE / PATA hard disks. This means lower power, fast read access time and high reliability. On most systems, a CompactFlash card will look just like a regular IDE disk drive to the system BIOS and operating system. No special device drivers are required.|
|Note||Due to limitations of the CompactFlash IDE mode, hot insertion of cards is NOT supported.|
|cf1eh||Replacement for 3.5" hard disk drives, 40 pin IDE
connector. Mounting hole locations same as the bottom holes of a hard
disk drive. Board size is 2" x 4". Jumper configuration for master or slave.
|cf1ef||Same, with a floppy power connector.|
|cf2g||Replacement for 2.5" hard disk drives, 44 pin IDE connector.
The 44 pin connector includes power.
Designed for use in notebook drive trays
or with a 44 pin cable. Four M3 screw mounts from below. Master / slave
configured by cable select (remove R1, install jumper to hardwire for
|cf2h||Similar to cf2g, with added mounting points to replace creaky legacy hard drives in voice mail systems and industrial controls.|
|cf5h||Replacement for 3.5" hard disk drives, plugs directly
onto a 40 pin IDE connector. Uses a floppy power connector. Hardwired as
master. Not recommended for high vibration environments.
|cf5hs||Same as cf5h, parallel to the system board. This will only fit in some applications.|
|mSATA SSD modules|
|msata16g||PC Engines offers small capacity
mSATA solid state disk modules built using MLC flash
and Phison / Silicon Motion controllers.
|sd4b||PC Engines offers SD cards built using MLC flash, operated in higher
endurance and performance pseudo SLC (pSLC) mode.
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