Industrial CFast Card


Phison’s CFastTM delivers all the advantages of Flash Disk technology with the Serial ATA III interface and is fully compliant with the standard CFastTM form factor. Given the features of the low power consumption, small form factor, and high shock-resistance, CFastTM is an attractive solution to replace the conventional [PATA-interfaced] CompactFlash card in industrial applications or markets where performance is a major concern. CFastTM, consisting of a SATA-based 7-pin standard interface for data segment and 17-pin for power and controller segment, is designed to operate at a maximum operating frequency of 300MHz with 40MHz external crystal. Its capacity could provide a wide range up to 256GB. Moreover, it can reach up to 555MB/s read as well as 465MB/s write high performance based on Toggle 2.0 SLC flash.

Product Specification








SATA 3.0

SATA 3.2

 Flash Memory


 Performance (Note1)

Read: up to 520 MB/s
Write: up to 190 MB/s

 Read: up to 555 MB/s
Write: up to 465 MB/s

 Power Consumption (Note1)

 Active mode: < 1730 mW

 Active mode: < 1,475 mW

 General Applications

Storage, Recording, Back up, Boot device, Database in Server, NAS, SAN, Surveillance, Industrial PC/machines

 Operating Voltage

 DC 3.3V

 Operating Temperature

 0°C ~ 70°C (Silver)
-40°C ~ 85°C (Diamond)


 -15°C ~ 85°C (New Silver)

-25°C ~ 85°C (Gold)
-40°C ~ 85°C (Diamond)

 Reliability (Note2)

IEC-60068, IEC-61000, MIL-STD-810, ISTA 2 Series
(Mechanical Shock Operation Test 1500 G, 0.5ms, Bending/Torque test, Drop test…)


More than 2,000,000 hours

 More than 2,000,000 hours


Products are tested with both operational and non-operational status to ensure the highest qualities.



 Default: SMART ECC(LDPC+RAID ECC), SmartRefreshTM, End to End Data Path Protection, SmartZIPTM, SmartFlushTM



 Industrial PS3109 CFast simplified datasheet.pdf

Industrial PS3111 CFast simplified datasheet.pdf

Note 1: Performance and Power Consumption may differ according to flash type, flash configuration, and platform.

Note 2: All reliability tests follow international standards