SRAM PCMCIA Memory PC Cards Fixed Battery SRG Series

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SRAM More Like This Synchrotech's line of PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards eliminate the need for periodic purchasing and changing of batteries. These SRAM cards feature a built in lithium ion battery that recharges when inserted into a PC Card slot. Depending on the capacity of the card, the batteries in these SRAM memory cards can go between five to six months before requiring recharge. These fixed battery models have improved access times of 200ns and a nearly equivalent range of capacities over our previous PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards. The cards are compatible with nearly all known PCMCIA SRAM PC Card applications and feature a write protect switch for preventing inadvertent erasure. The card's rigid stainless steel construction withstands harsh environmental conditions. Like many PCMCIA SRAM PC Cards, Synchrotech SRS Series SRAM cards are available with 8K attribute.

Part Number and Description Price Add to Cart
PCM-SRG-AM001 1MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
PCM-SRG-AM002 2MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
PCM-SRG-AM004 4MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
PCM-SRG-AM006 6MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
PCM-SRG-AM008 8MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
PCM-SRG-AM016 16MB SRAM with 8K Attribute and dual rechargeable battery N/A SOLD OUT
Optional Accessories
Card Cases: Clear PCMCIA PC Card Hard Cases for ATA Flash, SRAM, and Linear Flash More Information - View Product Pages
PCM-CR-U2EX-SR USB 2.0 to PC Card Read-Writer 1 Slot ATA Flash/SRAM OMNIDriveUSB2 Pro More Information - View Product Pages

Features and Specifications

CE Mark

  • CE Approved
  • Hot insertion and removal
  • PCMCIA Version 2.1/JEIDA 4.1 Compliant
  • Type I Form Factor with stainless steel and plastic case for rugged construction and ESD protection
  • Fully compatible in applications for PC, PDA, Application Specific Instrumentation
  • BVD1/BVD2 pins used as battery voltage level detection signals
  • Write protect switch to prevent accidental overwriting
  • Onboard rechargeable L-ION battery for date retention
  • 200 nanosecond fast read/write access time
  • Optional 8 Kbytes EEPROM Attribute Memory
  • Static Operation, No Clock Required
Warranty Information
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty
Memory Type
  • Static Random-Access Memory
Access Time
  • 200 nanoseconds
Physical Dimensions
  • PCMCIA Type I Enclosure: 85.6mm (L) x 54mm (W) x 3.3mm (H)
  • Weight: 42.5 grams approx.
Electrical Characteristics
  • Operational Voltage: 5 Volts ± 5%
Power Consumption
  • Active Typical: 120 mA (max)
  • Standby Mode Typical: 0.4 mA (max)
Lithium Ion Battery
  • Recharges at standby voltage
    • Typical < 100µA for fully charged
    • Maximum 10mA for fully discharged
  • Backup battery average charge 6 months (lower densities have longer charge times, higher densities have shorter charge times)
Operating Environment
  • Temperature Operating: -10 to 70° C
  • Temperature Storage: -40 to 85° C
  • Relative Humidity: 95% (max.) non-condensing
Third Party Software Support


W3 Document SRAM FAQ
W3 Document Recharge Times for Fixed Battery SRAM Cards
pdf Document Fixed Battery SRAM Charging Information
W3 Document Third Party Software Packages for SRAM Support
W3 Document Getting SRAM Cards to Work with Various Operating Systems
W3 Document Windows XP Work Around for PC Card SRAM
W3 Document Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista Solutions for PCMCIA SRAM and Linear Flash PC Cards
W3 Document SRAM Links
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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