PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards Memory Home
PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards are mass storage devices and are fully PCMCIA complaint. SRAM PC Cards store data in volatile Static RAM which needs a constant charge to keep data in memory. This is accomplished using a battery. Synchrotech currently maintains two lines of PCMCIA PC Card SRAM, one has removable batteries that can be replaced, the other has built in rechargeable batteries. There are pros and cons to either approach. See our SRAM FAQ and individual SRAM PC Card product pages for more on this. Additionally, our PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards are available in attributed and non-attributed versions. For devices that don't support the full Card Services standard, this CIS-like 2K or 8K storage tuple essentially informs the device what type of card has been inserted and in cases of storage cards, the capacity of the card. SRAM and Linear Flash are examples of cards that are available with or without a 2K or 8K Attribute. Types of devices that require attribute are usually lab equipment, embedded systems, PDAs and the like. For the most part, notebook computers support Card Services, and hence don't require attribute. When in question, check your device's documentation or contact you device manufacturer. Many operating systems require additional software to work with SRAM PC Cards.
PCMCIA SRAM PC Card Memory
- Replaceable Battery SRAM PC Cards
- P-Series (PCM-SRP-)
- Synchrotech PC Card SRAM Replaceable Battery P-Series
- Replaceable Battery PCMCIA PC Card SRAM available in various capacities with and without attribute
- Rechargeable Battery SRAM PC Cards
- G-Series (PCM-SRG-)
- Synchrotech PC Card SRAM Fixed Battery G-Series
- Fixed Rechargeable Battery PCMCIA PC Card SRAM available in various capacities with and without attribute
USB Card Readers for PCMCIA SRAM PC Card Memory
For customer's desiring USB access to PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards we offer the following.