Linear Flash PCMCIA Memory PC Cards Intel Series II LFP Line

Linear Flash More Like This Synchrotech PC Card Type I Linear Flash is fully FTL and FFS compatible and features high performance. With no moving parts, a Linear Flash PC Card is rugged and operates reliably in conditions normally hostile to data. Linear Flash Memory PCMCIA Memory PC Cards are supported by many palmtops, hand-held devices, sub-notebook PCs, PDA, PCA, or Digital Cameras equipped with PC Card slots supporting Series II/II+ Linear Flash cards. The optional 2K byte 'attribute memory' space retains Card Information Structure (CIS). Unlike ATA Flash, Linear Flash PC Cards support true random access so reads are extremely fast. In addition to data storage and retrieval, Linear Flash PCMCIA PC Cards can also execute programs directly from the Linear Flash Card on systems featuring XIP (eXecute In Place) capabilities. XIP is often utilized in vertical market applications and embedded systems. The Linear Flash memory cards are offered in a variety of read/write voltages with typical access times of 150ns.

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PCM-LFPS2D-A02 Synchrotech 2MB Linear Flash With Attribute Intel Series II LFP Line
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Optional Accessories
Card Cases: Clear PCMCIA PC Card Hard Cases for ATA Flash, SRAM, and Linear Flash More Information - View Product Pages

Features and Specifications

CE Mark

  • PCMCIA Type I form factor
  • Extremely rugged and reliable
  • Industry standard PCMCIA 2.x compliant
  • High performance read access of 200 ns and random writes of 10 µsec typical word write
  • Proven compatibility with popular industry standard Flash File Systems (FFS) or Flash Translation Layer (FTL)
  • Applications for PC, PDA, PCA, Industrial Control, Embedded System, instrumentation, Communication
  • Supports Erase Suspend to Read command keeping Erase as a background task
  • Mechanical Write protect switch prevents overwriting valuable data
  • Very low power consumption with automatic power management
  • No battery required for data retention or backup
Warranty Information
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
Flash Specifications
  • Compatibility: Intel Series II
  • CIS in EPROM: Standard on attributed cards
  • Flash Type: 28F008SA
Physical Dimensions
  • Type I card: 85.6 x 54 x 3.3mm (LWH)
  • Weight: 42.5g
System Compatibility
  • Apple Newton Message Pad
  • Chinon ES-3000 Digital Cameras
  • HP Omnibook series
  • IBM compatible Notebook PCs, Laptops, Palmtops, or Hand-held devices, etc.
  • Sharp Zaurus PDA
Third Party Software Support
Operating System Support
  • DOS, Microsoft Windows 3.x and Windows 95 (with TFFS)
  • Read Access time: 200ns (max)
  • Random Write Access: 10µsec (typical)
  • 100,000 write/erase cycles per card (min)
Electrical Characteristics
  • Operational Voltage Read: 5 Volts ± 5%
  • Operational Voltage Write/Erase: 12 Volts ± 5%
Power Consumption
  • Read access: 110 mA (max)
  • Write/Erase: 70 mA (max)
  • Standby mode: 1.5 uA (max)
Operating Environment
  • Temperature Operating: 0 to 70° C
  • Temperature Storage: -40 to 125° C
  • Relative Humidity: 95% (max.) non-condensing


W3 Document Linear Flash Card FAQ
W3 Document Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista Solutions for PCMCIA SRAM and Linear Flash PC Cards
W3 Document Glossary
W3 Document About Attribute (2K or 8K Attribute)
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.
The advertised memory capacity of this device represents unformatted capacity. Please note that once formatted and due to variations in addressing limitations, the functional storage space may be lower than the advertised capacity.

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