Why PQI Compact
- PQI Compact Flash
Card is made to last. Remember, a warranty is only as good as the
manufacturer. We absolutely stand behind our Compact Flash to the tune of a
- The higher capture
rate models without large embedded buffer memory will benefit the Digital
- Enhanced security
function for internet downloads.
compatibility with digital camera, PDA, NB, and PC card readers.
- Conform to Compact Flash standard
- Fully compatible with PC card ATA specifications
- Support CIS implemented with Attribute Memory
- Compatible with ATA command set
- Support 8-bit and 16-bit host data transfers
- Fast ATA host-to-buffer burst transfer rate: Up to 20Mbytes/second
- Support PIO mode 4 at 16.6 Mbytes/second
Transfer Rate For Fast Copy/Download
Capacity @ 512 MB
Non-Volatile Solid-State; no moving parts maximizes battery
power. Data is not lost when power is turned off
Operating Shock Rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a
10-foot drop to the floor
by Drastic Weather Conditions ranging from blistering heat to
Compatible With All Digital Cameras, handheld PCs, digital
audio players, and other devices that feature a CompactFlash slot
Including: Canon, LG Philips, Casio Minolta, Polaroid, Epson, NEC, Psion,
Hewlett-Packard, Nikon, ARCA, Kodak, Panasonic
Argus Casio Canon Compaq Epson Fujitsu Hewlett-Packard Hitachi Kodak
LG Minolta NEC Nikon Olympus Panasonic Pentax Polaroid Sharp Samsung Vivatar
Dimension: 43mm (1.7") x 36mm (1.4") x 3.3mm (0.13")
Compatible with major brands of Digital Camera, Handheld & Pocket PCs
with compact flash slots:
Compact Flash Memory has
become one of the hottest portable storage products and the uses for
Flash Memory are increasing. It is an effective type of
constantly-powered nonvolatile memory that can be reprogrammed. It
becomes the best solution to meet the nonvolatile memory requirements of
a variety of applications, including digital cameras, palmtops, PDAs,
digital music players, or cellular phones.
Compact Flash is the world's smallest removable mass storage device.
First introduced in 1994 by SanDisk Corporation, Compact Flash Memory
cards weigh a half-ounce and are the size of a matchbook. Compact Flash
cards are designed with flash technology, a non-volatile storage
solution. Like Smart Media cards, they don't need a battery to retain
data indefinitely. A Compact Flash card is different from a Smart Media
card in two important ways. Compact Flash cards are thicker and utilize
a controller chip.
At 43mm (1.7") x 36mm (1.4") x 3.3mm (0.13"), the device's thickness is
less than one-half of a current PCMCIA Type II card. It is actually
one-fourth the volume of a PCMCIA card. Compared to a 68-pin PCMCIA
card, a CF card has 50 pins but still conforms to ATA specs. It can be
easily slipped into a passive 68-pin Type II adapter card that fully
meets PCMCIA electrical and mechanical interface specifications.
Compact Flash is the ideal storage solution for portable systems that
require rugged, high capacity, removable storage.
The Compact Flash cards are available in capacities ranging from
32MB to 512MB. Compact Flash cards support both 3.3V and 5V
operation and can be interchanged between these two systems. The
connector used with Compact Flash is similar to the PCMCIA Card
connector but with 50pins. They have an operating shock rating of
2,000Gs, which is equal to a 10 feet drop. Compact Flash data is
protected by built-in dynamic defect management and error correction
technologies. Typically Compact Flash, runs with a single power
supply, consumes less than five percent of the power than that
required to operate 1.8" and 2.5" disk drives.
Compact Flash Card Main Features :
- Dual Voltage: 5V/3V
- 32 MB to 512 MB
- Full ATA Compatible
- True IDE Mode
- Type I PC Card
Since we use the stringent specification set by the CompactFlash
Organization, our CompactFlash cards are readable using USB devices.