SanDisk CompactFlash NLA



Tom Salicos
07-09-2005, 10:25 PM
Looks like SanDisk is discontinuing the standard CF card we have been using.
They have also discontinued their industrial CF. I am looking for an
industrial grade 256MB. So far I only know of Syncrotech.

What else is recommended? Distributor to contact ? We are in the U.S.
Pacific Northwest.

Thanks
Tom Salicos

windowsjunkie
07-09-2005, 10:25 PM
Google Silicon Systems. I've got a few coming soon for a XPE project
I'm working. They've got 1G/2G and 4G sizes with DMA, ATA66 speed and
industrial temp range operation (-40 to +85 C). They also come
pre-configured as fixed drives. (I know not a big deal but I STILL
haven't gotten a response from SanDisk~!)



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Richard
07-09-2005, 10:26 PM
I replaced all Sandisk with Silicon Systems for our production run and so
far so good. Seem a little faster as well.



"windowsjunkie" <windowsjunkie.1pxgc1@mail.mcse.ms> wrote in message
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> Google Silicon Systems. I've got a few coming soon for a XPE project
> I'm working. They've got 1G/2G and 4G sizes with DMA, ATA66 speed and
> industrial temp range operation (-40 to +85 C). They also come
> pre-configured as fixed drives. (I know not a big deal but I STILL
> haven't gotten a response from SanDisk~!)
>
>
>
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Stefan Fikar
07-09-2005, 10:27 PM
can you tell some approximate speed of the Silicon Systems CFs in MB/s?

thx

"Richard" wrote:

> I replaced all Sandisk with Silicon Systems for our production run and so
> far so good. Seem a little faster as well.
>
>
>
> "windowsjunkie" <windowsjunkie.1pxgc1@mail.mcse.ms> wrote in message
> news:windowsjunkie.1pxgc1@mail.mcse.ms...
> >
> > Google Silicon Systems. I've got a few coming soon for a XPE project
> > I'm working. They've got 1G/2G and 4G sizes with DMA, ATA66 speed and
> > industrial temp range operation (-40 to +85 C). They also come
> > pre-configured as fixed drives. (I know not a big deal but I STILL
> > haven't gotten a response from SanDisk~!)
> >
> >
> >
> > --
> > windowsjunkie
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> > Posted via http://www.mcse.ms
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