MUNICH – Infineon Technologies LLC in Munich is introducing the rugged 256-kilobit STK14C88C and 1-megabit STK14CA8C second-generation non-volatile static random-access memory (nvSRAM) devices for high-reliability military and industrial applications.
These 32-pin 300-mil dual-in-line ceramic packaged memory devices meet MIL-PRF-38535 QML-Q specifications to operate in temperatures from -55 to 125 degrees Celsius, and are for demanding non-volatile code storage and data-logging applications in harsh environments.
The 256-kilobit STK14C88C and 1-megabit STK14CA8C nvSRAMs come in 5-volt and 3-volt versions, and support boot code, data logging, and calibration data storage for aerospace, communications, and navigation systems. These devices also are for industrial furnaces and railroad-control systems.
Infineon’s nvSRAM technology combines SRAM with SONOS non-volatile technology. Under normal operating conditions, nvSRAM acts similarly to a conventional asynchronous SRAM. In the event of a power failure, a nvSRAM automatically saves a copy of the SRAM data into non-volatile memory, where the data is protected for more than 20 years.
For more information contact Infineon Technologies online at www.cypress.com/products/aerospace-defense.