WinSystems is proud to introduce its RoHS-compatible CompactFlash cards which operate from -40° to +85° Centigrade. The densities are 128MB, 256MB, 512MB, 1GB & 2GB and will work with single board computers or computer systems with a CompactFlash socket.
“WinSystems is committed to reducing lead content in an environmentally-friendly, technologically feasible and cost-effective manner without sacrificing performance, quality, or reliability”, said Robert Burckle, Vice-President of WinSystems. “CompactFlash cards are a part of WinSystems ongoing program to meet the RoHS Directive.”
WinSystems’ CompactFlash parts are targeted for applications that need industrial-grade reliability, industry-standard compatibility, and IDE hard disk drive emulation for program and data storage. Since they are True IDE Mode and ATA-3 compliant, they are compatible with different operating systems such as Linux, Windows(R) CE and Windows(R) XP Embedded, ROM-DOS, and others without requiring a special driver.
Delivery is from stock to 4 weeks. List price of the CFLASH-G-128M-I, a 128MB industrial temperature RoHS unit, is $45. For sales: