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By PURPLELEC | 30 October 2023 | 0 Comments

Classification standards for industrial-grade solid-state drives

  Industrial-grade solid-state drives (SolidStatedrives) are composed of a control unit (industrial-grade main control chip) and a storage unit (industrial-grade FLASH chip). Some large-capacity SSDs require caching. The interface specifications and definitions of solid-state drives are exactly the same as ordinary hard drives in terms of functions and usage methods, and the product shape and size are exactly the same as ordinary hard drives. It is widely used in working fields in harsh environments such as military, vehicle, industrial control, video surveillance, network monitoring, network terminals, electric power, medical, aviation and other harsh environments.
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  The standards of industrial-grade solid-state drives are divided into the following categories:
  1. Whether the control chip is an industrial standard (supports wide temperature standard)
  2. Whether the memory chip is industrial grade standard (3000-60000P/E)
  3. Whether the electronic material power IC is an industrial grade standard.
  4. Whether it has anti-oxidation, dust-proof, moisture-proof and anti-static functions.
  5. Whether it has earthquake and impact resistance requirements (vibration 1.5g, impact 2000g)
  6. Whether it has power-off protection, anti-surge, over-voltage, and over-current protection functions.
  7. Whether it has destruction function (intelligent destruction and physical destruction)
  8. Whether it has a long life cycle (5~10 years)
  Industrial-grade solid-state drives are designed for high-performance, low-power consumption, high-reliability, and large-capacity applications. Its dimensions and interfaces include: 2.5-inch, 1.8-inch solid-state drives, SATADOM, MSATA, MinimSATA, HalfSlim, CFast, M. 2 modules etc.
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  In short, the biggest principles of industrial-grade solid-state drives are: safety, reliability, and stability. Stability, stability, stability, stability trumps all else! This is an unwritten rule in the industrial industry. Even some industrial industries do not care about the speed of SD, but focus on whether the SSD can run stably in 24*30*365 and whether it will hang up the phone.
  Industrial-grade SSD products use single-layer storage (SLC) NAND technology to provide higher reliability and longer service life for mission-critical applications. However, SLC has high cost and the maximum capacity can only reach 256GB, which cannot meet the large capacity needs of customers. MLC particles are relatively stable and durable, and the cost is much lower than SLC. It is the best choice for customers who require stability and large capacity.

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