The 33288, manufactured by ATP Electronics, Inc., is an 8 GB microSD flash-memory card. This card is designed for use in harsh conditions often presented by environmental and industrial applications. The card uses single-level cell (SLC) memory, which aids in its ability to operate over wide temperature ranges, consume less power, and provide a reliable data-storage medium through more read-write cycles.Lesen Sie mehr
The 33288 is an 8 GB SLC microSD card designed for the rugged conditions of industrial and other demanding applications—including solar radiation applications. The card has a water and dust ingress protection rating of IP57 (IEC 60529). The 33288 has been subjected to testing for ESD, shock and vibration, salt atmosphere endurance, and bend and torque.
The advanced firmware of the 33288 card ensures the integrity of stored data in industrial environments. Two of these features are AutoRefresh and Autoscan.
The advanced flash management system of the 33288 ensures device reliability through advanced wear-leveling algorithms and bad-block management.
For more information about SLC microSD cards and their benefits, review the FAQ.
|Card Type||microSD, industrial|
|Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Memory Type||single-level cell (SLC)|
|Operating Temperature Range||-40° to +85°C|
|Waterproof||IEC 60529 Edition 2.1: 2001-02—IPX7 (below 1000 mm water, 30 min)|
|Dustproof||IEC 60529 Edition 2.1: 2001-02—IP5X|
|ESD Resistance (IEC 61000-4-2)||
|Endurance||60 K P/E cycles per block (Advanced Dynamic/Static Wear Leveling algorithm)|
|Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)||> 5,000,000 hours (@ 25°C) as reported by manufacturer|
|Data Retention (@ 55°C use condition)||
|Length||15 mm ±0.1 mm (~0.59 in.)|
|Width||11 mm ±0.1 mm (~0.43 in.)|
|Thickness||1.0 mm ±0.1 mm (~0.04 in.)|
|Weight||0.4 g (0.014 oz)|
Our CR6 and CR1000X dataloggers accept microSD cards.
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Campbell Scientific sells, and embeds in their products, microSD cards that have single-level cell (SLC) memory. In contrast, many electronics retailers sell microSD cards that have multi-level cell (MLC) memory. The difference between these two types of memory is significant.