SATA Card Stands Up To Extreme Conditions

(Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products)

The Memory Division of Kaman Precision Products introduces its SATA Card, a rugged hermetically sealed memory card in a small form factor and high memory density. Guaranteed to withstand operations in extreme environments, the card is compliant to MIL-STD-461F and targets fighter aircraft, helicopters, and military ground applications.

 

Features include a throughput of 100 MB/s, memory capacity up to 512 GB, and 3.3V operation. The card’s stainless-steel, hermetically-sealed enclosure can sustain significant shock, humidity, and vibration in temperatures ranging from

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-40°F to 185°F (-40°C to 85°C) and at altitudes up to 40,000 feet.

 

The Kaman SATA Card uses a standard ATA command set and is compatible with USB-equipped computers/laptops using a ground station adaptor. It also includes an intelligent controller plus reading/writing hardware and software and supports declassification commands. For more information, peruse the SATA card datasheet.

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