SATA Card Seeks Severe Environments

The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products, Inc. announces the Kaman SATA Card, a rugged hermetically sealed card featuring a conveniently small form factor and high memory density. Guaranteed to withstand operations in extreme environments, the Kaman SATA Card is compliant to MIL-STD-461F and is ideal for fighter aircraft, helicopters, and ground Army applications.

 

The Kaman SATA Card features throughput of 100 megabytes per second, capacity of up to 512 gigabytes, and 3.3 volt operation. With a stainless steel hermetically sealed enclosure, it can sustain significant shock, humidity and vibration. The SATA Card can operate at temperatures ranging from -40°F to 185°F (-40 to 85°C), at altitudes up to 40,000 feet.

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The Kaman SATA Card uses a standard ATA command set and is compatible with USB-equipped computers/laptops using a ground station adaptor. Contained in the card is an intelligent controller, including reading/writing hardware and software. The card supports declassification commands for highly sensitive applications requiring erasure of data.

For more information about the SATA card visit: http://www.kaman.com/fuzing-precision-products/solutions/memory/SATA-Card, or to learn more about Kaman Memory products visit www.kamanmemory.com.

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