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Greenliant ArmourDrive microSD cards for wide temperature now available

Photographers, drones, and outdoor adventurers looking for a microSD card that works over a wide temperature range might be interested in the Greenliant ArmourDrive Memory card Range has been expanded. The new advanced 3-bit-per-cell (TLC) 3D NAND flash memory is now available in capacities from 32 GB to 256 GB, W-Temp (-25 to +85 degrees Celsius). The offered industrial microSD memory cards of the ArmourDrive PX series support 3,000 program erase cycles (P / E) and are tested for shock, vibration and water resistance. So you can capture your undertakings anywhere and under harsh conditions.

Functions of the ArmourDrive memory card for microSD cards with wide temperature

  • Multiple capacities: 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB
  • High performance: Achieves up to 100/97 MB / s sequential read / write
  • Energy efficient: active current less than 400 mA; Standby current less than 1 mA
  • Robust: Resistant to shocks (1500 G), vibrations (20 G) and water (protection class IPX7)
  • Reliable: Achieves more than 3 million hours for Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
  • SMART Support: Monitors the remaining useful life of the product

“With the addition of the W-temp 93 PX series, Greenliant now offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of microSD memory cards for the industry,” said Arthur Kroyan, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing at Greenliant. “The 93 PX series was developed to meet the demands for performance, reliability and long-term support of demanding video, security, network and industrial applications.”

Greenliant industrial microSD memory cards of the ArmourDrive PX series for the wide temperature range (-25 ° C to +85 ° C) are now available from worldwide dealers.

Source : Grünliant

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