Memory Tokens

Jan. 13, 2011
Portable, reprogrammable memory tokens combine the high capacity and throughput of consumer memory products, such as USB Flash drives/thumb drives and SD cards

Portable, reprogrammable memory tokens combine the high capacity and throughput of consumer memory products, such as USB Flash drives/thumb drives and SD cards, with rugged packaging, reliable operation, form-factors, and high cycle-life/harsh environment receptacles.

The high-capacity line includes two families: the DFX Series, which delivers a high-performance Secure Digital (SD) interface (including SPI); and the UFX Series, which delivers a USB 2.0 high-speed interface. Both series come standard with 4 Gbytes of nonvolatile memory, with larger capacities (up to 32 Gbytes) available. The receptacles feature multiple mounting options including through-hole, surface-mount, and panel-mount versions. Panel-mount options are available in IP65 (splashproof), IP67 (immersion), and EMI-reduction versions. All receptacles are rated for 50,000 cycles and withstand shock and vibration, extreme temperatures, humidity, salt-fog environments, and exposure to various chemicals.

Datakey Electronics, 12730 Creek View Ave., Savage, MN 55378, (800) 328-8828, www.datakey.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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