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APM2T80P201016GAN-7TMW

APACER APM2T80P201016GAN-7TMW

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APACER

M2 16GB P201-M
Supplier: Apacer Technology
Matchcode: APM2T80P201016GAN-7TMW
Rutronik No.: DISCAR4020
Unit Pack: 1
MOQ: 1
Packaging: INDIVIDUAL
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M2 16GB P201-M Description

Apacer’s P201-M is the next generation modularized Solid State Drive (SSD) with the shape of all new M.2 form factor, aimed to be the more suitable for mobile and compact computers with standard width at only 22.00 mm. P201-M appears in M.2 2280 mechanical dimensions and is believed to be the leading add-in storage solution for future host computing systems.

The M.2 SSD is designed with SATA-based connector pinouts, providing full compliance with the latest SATA Revision 3.2 interface specifications. Aside from SATA compliance, P201-M delivers exceptional performance and power efficiency. On the other hand, the extreme thin and light form factor makes P201-M the ideal choice for mobile computing systems, which appears to be the trend in near future.

Regarding reliability, P201-M is built with a powerful SATA controller that supports on-the-module ECC as well as efficient wear leveling scheme. In terms of power efficiency, P201-M is compliant with SATA 6.0 Gbps interface standard so that it can operate on SATA power management modes, which greatly save on power consumption.

Highlights
• SATA 3 (6Gb/s) interface
• M.2 (NGFF) Connector
• Global wear-leveling and block management
• Built-in ATA seucre earse and S.M.A.R.T. funcitons
• TRIM command support

Parameter

Capacity
16G Byte
Flash
MLC
Temp.min.
-40 °C
Temp.max.
85 °C
Formfactor
2280
Automotive
NO
Interface
SATA III
Warranty
2 Years
Leadfree Defin.
RoHS-conform
Packaging
INDIVIDUAL
ECCN
EAR99
Customs Tariff No.
85235110000
Country
Taiwan
Supplier Leadtime
7 weeks
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