Secure Digital connectors help keep data safe

Tuesday, 26 August 2003, 2:57 PM EST

The push-push and manual SD connectors support memory cards providing a removable storage capacity of up to 256Mbyte of encrypted data.

Using cryptographic coding, Secure Digital memory cards feature in consumer and industrial electronics products requiring protection of copyrighted or personal information, such as MP3 players, PDAs and stills cameras as well as process control and data acquisition systems.

Fully compliant with the SD Association standard, FCI's push-push type SD connector offers an easy to use "push-to-insert/push-to-eject" mechanism, whereas the manual type requires the card to be withdrawn by simply pulling.

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