Premier Electronics unveils PCMCIA 3-to-5-volt RoHS SRAM cards

HODDESDON, England, 27 Feb. 2007. Officials of Premier Electronics in Hoddesdon, England, are introducing a range of PCMCIA RoHS SRAM cards that provide a 3-to-5-volt interface. This wide voltage ranges makes these cards cross platform compatible between desktop and portable systems.

HODDESDON, England, 27 Feb. 2007. Officials of Premier Electronics in Hoddesdon, England, are introducing a range of PCMCIARoHSSRAM cards that provide a 3-to-5-volt interface. This wide voltage ranges makes these cards cross platform compatible between desktop and portable systems.

The SRAM Series (SRV30) memory cards offer a non-volatile storage solution for code and data storage, disk caching, and write-intensive mobile and embedded applications.

Packaged in PCMCIA type I or type II housing (type II for cards with extended battery backup time and 8MB cards), the SRAM SRV series is based on 1- or 4-megabit SRAM memories, providing densities from 256 kilobytes to 8 megabytes.

This series of SRAM memory cards has a universal 3-to-5-volt power supply and operates at speeds as fast as 150 nanoseconds.

The cards are based on advanced CMOS technology providing very low power and reliable data retention characteristics. These SRAM cards contain a rechargeable lithium battery and recharge circuitry, eliminating the need for replaceable batteries found in many SRAM cards.

These cards provide a secure and safe storage for critical data in situations when working across different platforms. For more information contact Premier Electronics online at www.premierelect.com.

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