SDR/DDR DRAM Fit For Industrial Duties

Now available globally from Digi-Key Electronics, Insignis Technology Corporation's portfolio of industrial-rated SDR/DDR DRAM devices are rated for industrial applications. Depending on the product, operating temperatures range from -40°C to +85°C, +95°C, or +105°C.

 

The company burns in all its DRAM products up to 12 hours in a proprietary test flow targeting ultralow dppm. “Insignis Technology focuses on customers with long product life cycle products. The companies hate to redesign due to component shrinks and they tend to have component needs across several memory product families, unlike the PC or mobile phone makers," said Bill Lauer, President at Insignis Technology.”

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Insignis Technology's products target a variety of industrial applications including automotive, test and measurement, factory automation, avionics, heavy machinery, telecommunication, networking, remote data gathering (gas meter reading), Computer on Boards, 8086 or ARM-based embedded computing, and medical. For more information, visit Insignis Technology's Supplier Center page. Also pay a little visit to Insignis Technology Corporation for even more memorable details.

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