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SSD Flash (Robin)

 
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The Robin is equipped with a Solid State Disk (SSD). It is connected to the IDE and can be accessed like a standard IDE drive. The size of the SSD depends on the variant of Robin. (Accurate information is available on toradex.com).

If the total number of bytes configured is less than the default amount, the remaining space could be used as spare blocks to increase the flash drive endurance. It should also be noted that if the initialized total flash drive capacity exceeds the total bytes shown in the Table, the flash drive endurance will be reduced.

SSD Flash types

SSD Type Capacity Total Bytes Write Performance spec / measured Read Performance spec / measured Write Cycles max PIO max MW DMA max UDMA Module
SST-1001K 1 GByte 1,024,966,656 2 / 2.4 MByte/sec 13 / 16 MByte/sec 10M 6 4 4 (66MB/s) Robin Z510 V1.0 b,e,g,i
SST-1002L 2 GByte 2,048,385,024 4 / 4.5 MByte/sec 17 / 24 MByte/sec 10M 6 4 4 (66MB/s) Robin Z530 V1.0 a,c,d,f,h V2.0a
SST-1002A 2 GByte 1,826,526,128 9 / 7 MByte/sec 28 / 24 MByte/sec 10M 6 4 6 (133MB/s) (limited to 100MB/s by US15W) Robin Z510 / Z530 V1.0 k
SST-1004M 4 GByte 4,096,253,952 8 / ? MByte/sec 30 / ? MByte/sec 10M 6 4 4 (66MB/s)
SST-1004A 4 GByte 4,096,253,952 7 / 5.4 MByte/sec 20 / 19.7 MByte/sec 10M 6 4 4 (66MB/s) Robin Z530 V2.0 b
SST-1004B 4 GByte 3,657,056,256 9 / ? MByte/sec 28 / ? MByte/sec 10M 6 4 6 (133MB/s) (limited to 100MB/s by US15W)

Note

  • Due to a hardware limitation of the US15W, Robin Z510 supports only UDMA 0-4, whereas Robin Z530 modules also support UDMA 5.