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RoHS-compliant CompactFlash cards operate in industrial temp range

Posted: 12 Apr 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:CompactFlash card? WinSystems? RoHS? Ismini Scouras?

WinSystem's CompactFlash card

Targeted at applications that require industrial-grade reliability, WinSystems' RoHS-compatible CompactFlash cards are fully functional in temperatures ranging from -40C to 85C.

The RoHS-compliant CompactFlash cards are available in the following densities128Mbytes, 256Mbytes, 512Mbytes, 1Gbyte and 2Gbytesand will work with single-board computers or computer systems with a CompactFlash socket. They are also suitable for applications that need IDE hard disk drive emulation for program and data storage.

"WinSystems is committed to reducing lead content in an environmentally friendly, technologically feasible and cost-effective manner without sacrificing performance, quality or reliability," said Robert Burckle, vice president of WinSystems, in a statement. "CompactFlash cards are a part of WinSystems' ongoing program to meet the RoHS directive."

The RoHS-compatible CompactFlash cards are True IDE Mode and ATA-3 compliant, making them compatible with different operating systems such as Linux, Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded and ROM-DOS without a special driver.

Delivery is from stock to four weeks. The CFLASH-G-128M-I, a 128Mbyte product, is priced at $45 each.

- Ismini Scouras

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