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Dane-Elec Memory : Picture 1 regular

About Dane-Elec Memory

The DANE-ELEC CompactFlash memory card, type 1, is a non volatile memory extension. It is generally used in digital cameras, handheld computers and laptops via a PCMCIA adaptor. DANE-ELEC CompactFlash memory cards will help you transfer your data easily and quickly with no loss of data over time.

Dane-Elec Memory Features

  • Complies with the "CompactFlash Association" standard specifications, version 1.4
  • Complies with ATA standard specifications (via PCMCIA adaptor) and IO/ Card mode
  • Compatible with True IDE mode
  • AND or NAND type Flash memory
  • Capacity to 8GB and more in the future
  • Low power consumption

Dane-Elec Memory Specifications

Type Of Media
Compact Flash Card Type 1
MTBF (mean time between failures)
1,000,000 hours
Number of insertions
10,000 minimum
Data retention
100,000 hours
Endurance
1,000,000 cycles (read/write)
Data reliability
< 1 error/1014 bits in read mode
Preventive maintenance
none
Width/Thickness/Height
42.8mm/ 3.3mm/ 36.4mm
Weight
11.4 g max
Capacity
8 GB
Start Time: Standby/Write
2.5 ms max.
Start Time: Standby/Read
2.0 ms max.
Start Time: Initialization
50 ms typical / 400 ms max
Data Transfer Rate: Write
from 10x to 22x
(1.5 MB/sec. to 3.15 MB/sec.)
Data Transfer Rate: Read
up to 43x
Voltage
(dual voltage ) 3.3V±5% / 5V±10%
Power Consumption: Standby
<200µA / <500µA
Power Consumption: Reading
20 mA max / 40 mA max
Power Consumption: Writing
25 mA max / 45 mA max
ECC Operation
Yes
Operating Temperature
0 to 60 °C
Storage Temperature
- 40 to 85 °C
Tolerated Humidity
8 95 %
Tolerated Vibrations
15G maximum "peak to peak"
Tolerated Impacts
2KG maximum
Mfr #
DACF8192R
SKU
IDECF8GB

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Big but so very slow

By

from Melbourne Australia

I tested two Dane-Elec 8 GB cards that I bought from Adorama against other CF cards. I took 10 images around the garden on each card with a Nikon D300 in fine JPG format. Then I timed how long to unload those images to my computer. Here are the results. San Disk Ultra II 4 GB 6 seconds Kingston 4 GB 28 seconds pq1 512 MB 40 seconds Silicon Power 512 MB 86 seconds Dane-elec 8 GB 105 seconds Dane-elec 8 GB 290 seconds.

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