Industrial Grade CFAST

Industrial Grade CFAST Cards – to 32GB 

With a form factor similar to CompactFlash card and a faster and more advanced SATA interface, ATP Industrial Grade CFast card is the ideal replacement of CompactFlash card. ATP Industrial Grade CFast card is fully compliant with CFA CFast specification version 1.1 with a SATA 3Gb/s interface. The CFast card contains a 24-pin connector consisting of a SATA compatible 7-pin signal connector and a 17-pin power and control connector. Compared to traditional CompactFlash card with ATA/IDE interface, ATP CFast card features high-speed data transfer capability of up to 142MB/s read speed, and a 112MB/s write speed.

By utilizing SLC NAND flash memory and Global Wear Leveling technology, the ATP Industrial Grade CFast cards have enhanced endurance levels and longer product life spans. The produce line implements ECC (Error Correction Code) and StaticDataRefresh technologies, which correct and monitor the error bit levels to ensure data integrity.


  • Single-Level Cell (SLC) NAND Flash
  • Host Interface
    –  Compliance with CFast v1.1
    – SATA 3.0Gb/s interface
  • 24-pin connector: 7-pin signal connector and 17-pin power and control connector
  • High performance:
    – Sequential read up to 142MB/s
    –  Sequential write up to 112MB/s
    – Capacity: 2GB to 32GB
  • Industrial grade operating temp.: -40C to 85C
  • Endurance:
    – Enhanced endurance by Global Wear Leveling algorithm and bad block management
    – BCH-ECC engine can correct up to 40 bit errors per 1,024 Bytes data
    – TBW (Total Bytes Written): up to 640 Terabyte random write (32GB CFast card)
  • StaticDataRefresh technology to ensure data integrity in read operations.
  • PowerProtector, built-in hardware power-down data protection.
  • S.M.A.R.T. function support for life time monitor

ATP SMART Life Monitor

ATP SMART Life Monitor (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) application monitors various parameters of ATP Industrial Grade CF’s endurance and reliability—Remaining Life, Raw Read Error Rate, Erase Count and more—reminding you if any of them is out of the normal range. These information helps predict drive failure while there is still time to take preventive action, such as copying the data to a replacement device.