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  CompactFlash cards
cf4slc / cf8slc PC Engines offers CompactFlash cards built using high endurance SLC flash.

  IDE to CompactFlash adapters
Summary Industry standard CompactFlash cards can be used as a solid state replacement for IDE / PATA hard disks. This means lower power, fast read access time and high reliability. On most systems, a CompactFlash card will look just like a regular IDE disk drive to the system BIOS and operating system. No special device drivers are required.
Note Due to limitations of the CompactFlash IDE mode, hot insertion of cards is NOT supported.
cf1eh Replacement for 3.5" hard disk drives, 40 pin IDE connector. Mounting hole locations same as the bottom holes of a hard disk drive. Board size is 2" x 4". Jumper configuration for master or slave.

cf1ef Same, with a floppy power connector.
cf2g Replacement for 2.5" hard disk drives, 44 pin IDE connector. The 44 pin connector includes power. Designed for use in notebook drive trays or with a 44 pin cable. Four M3 screw mounts from below. Master / slave configured by cable select (remove R1, install jumper to hardwire for master).

cf2h Similar to cf2g, with added mounting points to replace creaky legacy hard drives in voice mail systems and industrial controls.
cf5h Replacement for 3.5" hard disk drives, plugs directly onto a 40 pin IDE connector. Uses a floppy power connector. Hardwired as master. Not recommended for high vibration environments.

cf5hs Same as cf5h, parallel to the system board. This will only fit in some applications.
  mSATA SSD modules
msata16g / msata30b / msata120c PC Engines offers small capacity mSATA solid state disk modules built using MLC flash and Phison / Silicon Motion controllers.

  SD cards
sd4b PC Engines offers SD cards built using MLC flash, operated in higher endurance and performance pseudo SLC (pSLC) mode.

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