The Zeus 3.5" Fibre Channel Solid State
Drive is a 9.5 mm low profile solution
with a sustained read/write performance
up to 55/72 MB/sec and capacities
up to 80 GB.
3.5" Drive with 40-pin SCA-2
Completely solid state – no moving parts.
Available in capacities ranging from 10 to 80 GB using SLC (Single
Level Cell) NAND Flash.
Up to 55/72 MByte/sec sustained read/write performance.
5 volt ±5 %; low power operation.
For the following temperature ranges (operating) available:
Commercial (0°C to +70°C)
Industrial (–40°C to +85°C)
Storage temperature (non-operating) from –55°C to +95°C.
Humidity 5 to 95 %, non condensing.
Altitude 80.000 ft.
Shock 1500 G (operating); Vibration 16.3 G random
(operating) – both MIL-STD-810F.
Powerful EDC (Error Detection) and ECC (Error Correction),
wear-leveling and bad block mapping algorithms for exceptional
10 year data integrity.
5 year product warranty.
Four different Purge Features (Security Erase).
Conformal Coating to protect the drive against moisture.
Available versions (with item number)
10 GB Zeus 3.5" Fibre Channel – 55/72 MB/s
altec Item no.: B66MT6A10
STEC Item no.: Z10F310CU
40 GB Zeus 3.5" Fibre Channel – 55/72 MB/s
altec Item no.: B66MT6A40
STEC Item no.: Z10F340CU
80 GB Zeus 3.5" Fibre Channel – 55/72 MB/s
altec Item no.: B66MT6A80
STEC Item no.: Z10F380CU
Versions available for an extended
industrial temperature range: –40°C to 85°C
altec Item no.: B66MT6AxxI
STEC Item no.: Z10F3xxCUI
Other memory capacities and/or sustained read/write rates
as shown above are available as an option. Please
ask for further details.
What are Solid State Disks?
The common feature of all Solid State Disks is that the data
is stored on Flash chips. Solid State Disks are
insensitive to shock, vibration, temperature effects
and extreme air pressure changes and are highly resistant
to EMC and ESD.
Solid State Disks do not have sensitive
rotating components. They are totally silent in
operation and have a low current consumption.
You can write, read and delete the data just like
a conventional hard disk. Mechanical hard disks
in mobile systems and industrial computers can be replaced
by pin-compatible Solid State Disks.