RoHS Recast Compliant
Serial ATA Flash Drive
mSATA M4 Product Specifications
April 22nd, 2013
Version 1.8
Apacer Technology Inc.
Apacer Technology Inc.
9/F,
th No. 100, Hsin Tai Wu Rd., Hsichih, Taipei Hsien 221, Taiwan
4 Fl., 75 Hsin Tai Wu Rd., Sec.1, Xizhi, New Taipei City, Taiwan 221
Tel: +886-2-2696-1666 Fax: +886-2-2696-1668
Tel: +886-2-2698-2888 Fax: +886-2-2698-2889
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Features:
Standard Serial ATA 2.6 (Gen. 2)
– Serial ATA 2.6 (Gen. 2)
– SATA , 3.0 Gbps
– ATA-compatible command set
– ATA modes support
Temperature ranges
– Operation: 0°C to 70°C (32 ~ 158°F)
– Extended: -40°C to 85°C (-40° ~ 185°F)
– Storage: -40°C to 100°C (-40° ~ 212°F)
Endurance: 192 TBW (4GB), 384 TBW (8GB),
769 TBW (16GB), 1539 TBW (32GB), 3078 TBW
(64GB)
Supply voltage
– 3.3V
5%
Power consumption (typical)*
– Active mode: 490 mA
– Idle mode: 150 mA
Form factor
– Mini PCIe form factor (50.8 x 29.85 x 3.40, unit:
mm)
– JEDEC MO-300 compliant
Connector
– 52-pin mSATA connector
Shock & Vibration**
– Shock: 1500 G
– Vibration: 15 G
RoHS Recast compliant (2011/65/EU standard)
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Capacities
– 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 GB
Performance*
– Burst read/write: 300 MB/sec
– Sustained read: up to 165 MB/sec
– Sustained write: up to 150 MB/sec
Intelligent endurance design
– Built-in hardware ECC, enabling up to
16/24 bit correction per 1K bytes
– Static wear-leveling scheme together
with dynamical block allocation to
significantly increase the lifetime of a
flash device and optimize the disk
performance
– Flash bad-block management
– S.M.A.R.T.
– Power Failure Management
– ATA Secure Erase
– TRIM
±
NAND Flash Type: SLC
Write Protect enabled by pin configuration***
MTBF > 2,000,000 hours
Write Protect switch (optional)
– Enabled by onboard hardware switch
*Varies from capacities. The values addressed here are typical and may vary depending on settings and platforms.
**Non-operating
***Write Protect can be enabled by pin configuration in both standard model and switch-provided model. For more information, please
refer to “Pin Assignments” and “Write Protect Enabled by Pin” sections
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Table of Contents
1. Product Description ................................................................................................. 3
1.1 Introduction .................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Functional Block Diagram..........................................................................................................................3
1.3
ATA Mode Support ....................................................................................................................................4
1.4 Capacity Specification.................................................................................................................................4
1.5 Performance.................................................................................................................................................4
1.6 Pin Assignments ............................................................................................................................................5
2. Software Interface .................................................................................................... 7
2.1 Command Set ..............................................................................................................................................7
3. Flash Management ................................................................................................... 8
3.1 Error Correction/Detection ........................................................................................................................8
3.2 Bad Block Management..............................................................................................................................8
3.3 Wear Leveling..............................................................................................................................................8
3.4 Power Failure Management .......................................................................................................................8
3.5 ATA Secure Erase .......................................................................................................................................8
3.6 S.M.A.R.T. ...................................................................................................................................................9
3.7 TRIM............................................................................................................................................................9
4. Environmental Specifications ............................................................................... 10
4.1 Environments.............................................................................................................................................10
4.2 Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)....................................................................................................10
4.3 Certification and Compliance ..................................................................................................................10
4.4 Endurance ...................................................................................................................................................10
5. Electrical Characteristics ...................................................................................... 12
5.1 Operating Voltage .....................................................................................................................................12
5.2 Power Consumption..................................................................................................................................12
6. Physical Characteristics........................................................................................ 13
6.1 Mechanical Drawing...................................................................................................................................13
6.2 Write Protect Switch (optional).................................................................................................................14
7. Write Protect Enabled by Pin ................................................................................. 15
8. Product Ordering Information ............................................................................... 16
8.1 Product Code Designations ......................................................................................................................16
8.2 Valid Combinations...................................................................................................................................17
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1. Product Description
1.1
Introduction
Apacer’s mSATA M4 is a solid-state disk (SSD) drive in mini PCIe form factor that contains a controller,
embedded firmware, and flash media along with a male connector. mSATA M4 leverages the advantages of
standard SATA SSDs in terms of wide compatibilities and reliable performance.
mSATA M4 drive is designed with a single-chip controller, offering capacities of up to 64 gigabytes and is
compliant with the SATA high-speed interface standard. Complying with JEDEC MO-300 standard, this
mSATA SSD is the widely adopted embedded storage with compact size and exceptional performance.
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In addition, mSATA M4 adopts the Apacer-specific global wear-leveling scheme to allow uniform use of all
storage blocks, ensuring that the lifespan of a flash media can be significantly increased and the disk
performance is optimized as well. mSATA M4 provides the S.M.A.R.T. feature that follows the SATA Rev. 2.6,
ATA/ATAPI-7 specifications and uses the standard SMART command B0h to read data from the drive. This
feature protects the user from unscheduled downtime by monitoring and storing critical drive performance.
1.2
Functional Block Diagram
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mSATA M4 drive includes a single-chip SATA Controller and the flash media, as well as the SATA standard
interface. The controller integrates the flash management unit with the controller itself to support multi-channel,
multi-bank flash arrays. Figure 1-1 shows the functional block diagram.
Figure 1-1 Apacer mSATA M4 block diagram
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1.3
ATA Mode Support
mSATA M4 provides ATA mode support as follows:
1.4
Up to PIO mode-4
Up to Multiword DMA mode-2
Up to UDMA mode-5
Capacity Specification
Capacity specification of mSATA M4 product family is available as shown in Table 1-1. It lists the specific
capacity, the default numbers of logical cylinders and heads, and the number of logical sectors per track for
each product line.
Table 1-1 Capacity specification
Capacity
Total Bytes*
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors
Max LBA*
4 GB
4,011,614,208
7773
16
63
7,835,184
8 GB
8,012,390,400
15525
16
63
15,649,200
16 GB
16,013,942,784
16383
16
63
31,277,232
32 GB
32,017,047,552
16383
16
63
62,533,296
64 GB
64,023,257,088
16383
16
63
125,045,424
*Display of total bytes varies from file systems.
**Cylinders, heads or sectors are not applicable for these capacities. Only LBA addressing applies.
**Notes: 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes; 1 sector = 512 bytes.
LBA count addressed in the table above indicates total user storage capacity and will remain the same throughout the lifespan of
the device. However, the total usable capacity of the SSD is most likely to be less than the total physical capacity because a small
portion of the capacity is reserved for device maintenance usages.
1.5
Performance
Performance of mSATA M4 is shown in Table 1-2.
Table 1-2 Performance specifications
Capacity
Performance
Sustained Read
(MB/s)
Sustained Write
(MB/s)
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
145
155
155
160
165
50
105
105
145
150
Note: Performance varies from flash configurations and/or platform settings.
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1.6 Pin Assignments
in assignment of the mSATA M4 is shown in Figure 1-2 and described in Table 1-3.
Pin 1
Pin 51
Figure 1-2 Apacer mSATA M4 pin assignment
Table 1-3 Pin Assignment Description
Pin #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Assignment
N/A
+3.3V
N/A
GND
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
GND
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
GND
N/A
N/A
GND
N/A
N/A
Description
N/A
3.3V source
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
N/A
Pin #
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
Assignment
GND
N/A
GND
N/A
RxN/A
Rx+
GND
GND
Reserved
GND
Reserved
+3.3V
GND
+3.3V
N/A
GND
N/A
Reserved
N/A
21
GND
Return Current Path
47
Reserved
22
N/A
N/A
48
N/A
23
Tx+
SATA Differential
49
DA/DSS
24
+3.3V
3.3V source
50
GND
25
Tx-
SATA Differential
51
Presence
Detection
26
GND
Return Current Path
52
+3.3V
Description
Return Current Path
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
SATA Differential
N/A
SATA Differential
Return Current Path
Return Current Path
No Connect
Return Current Path
No Connect
3.3V source
Return Current Path
3.3V source
N/A
Return Current Path
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A or Write
Protect
N/A
Device Activity /
Disable
Staggered Spin
Up
Return Current Path
Shall be pulled
to GND by
device
3.3V source
Notes: Pin47 is N/A by default with high impedance. However, the pin is internally programmed with Write Protect function. If the
pin signal is pulled to “low”, Write Protect will be triggered. This pin configured Write Protect is available in both the standard and
the model with a hardware switch. There is no functional conflict between the pin-configured and the switch-enabled Write Protect
as both adopt the same GPIO pin in the hardware and firmware design.
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Figure 1-3 SATA Cable/Connector Connection Diagram
The connector on the left represents the Host with TX/RX differential pairs connected to a cable. The
connector on the right shows the Device with TX/RX differential pairs also connected to the cable. Notice also
the ground path connecting the shielding of the cable to the Cable Receptacle.
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2. Software Interface
2.1
Command Set
Table 2-1 summarizes the ATA commands supported by mSATA M4.
Table 2-1: Command set
Code
Command
Code
Command
E5h
Check Power Mode
F3h
Security Erase Prepare
06h
Data Set Management
F4h
Security Erase Unit
90h
Execute Device Diagnostic
F5h
Security Freeze Lock
E7h
Flush Cache
F1h
Security Set Password
EAh
Flush Cache EXT
F2h
Security Unlock
Ech
Identify Device
70h
Seek
E3h
Idle
Efh
Set Features
E1h
Idle Immediate
C6h
Set Multiple Mode
91h
Initialize Device Parameters
E6h
Sleep
C8h
Read DMA
B0h
SMART
25h
Read DMA EXT
E2h
Standby
C4h
Read Multiple
E0h
Standby Immediate
29h
Read Multiple EXT
Cah
Write DMA
20h
Read Sector
35h
Write DMA EXT
24h
Read Sector EXT
C5h
Write Multiple
40h
Read Verify Sectors
39h
Write Multiple EXT
42h
Read Verify Sectors EXT
30h
Write Sector
10h
Recalibrate
34h
Write Sector EXT
F6h
Security Disable Password
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3. Flash Management
3.1
Error Correction/Detection
mSATA M4 implements a hardware ECC scheme, based on the BCH algorithm. It can detect and correct up
to 16 bits or 24 bits error in 1K bytes.
3.2
Bad Block Management
Current production technology is unable to guarantee total reliability of NAND flash memory array. When a
flash memory device leaves factory, it comes with a minimal number of initial bad blocks during production or
out-of-factory as there is no currently known technology that produce flash chips free of bad blocks. In addition,
bad blocks may develop during program/erase cycles. When host performs program/erase command on a
block, bad block may appear in Status Register. Since bad blocks are inevitable, the solution is to keep them
in control. Apacer flash devices are programmed with ECC, block mapping technique and S.M.A.R.T to
reduce invalidity or error. Once bad blocks are detected, data in those blocks will be transferred to free blocks
and error will be corrected by designated algorithms.
3.3
Wear Leveling
Flash memory devices differ from Hard Disk Drives (HDDs) in terms of how blocks are utilized. For HDDs,
when a change is made to stored data, like erase or update, the controller mechanism on HDDs will perform
overwrites on blocks. Unlike HDDs, flash blocks cannot be overwritten and each P/E cycle wears down the
lifespan of blocks gradually. Repeatedly program/erase cycles performed on the same memory cells will
eventually cause some blocks to age faster than others. This would bring flash storages to their end of service
term sooner. Wear leveling is an important mechanism that level out the wearing of blocks so that the
wearing-down of blocks can be almost evenly distributed. This will increase the lifespan of SSDs. Commonly
used wear leveling types are Static and Dynamic.
3.4
Power Failure Management
Power Failure Management plays a crucial role when experiencing unstable power supply. Power disruption
may occur when users are storing data into the SSD. In this urgent situation, the controller would run multiple
write-to-flash cycles to store the metadata for later block rebuilding. This urgent operation requires about
several milliseconds to get it done. At the next power up, the firmware will perform a status tracking to retrieve
the mapping table and resume previously programmed NAND blocks to check if there is any incompleteness
of transmission.
3.5
ATA Secure Erase
ATA Secure Erase is an ATA disk purging command currently embedded in most of the storage drives.
Defined in ATA specifications, (ATA) Secure Erase is part of Security Feature Set that allows storage drives to
erase all user data areas. The erase process usually runs on the firmware level as most of the ATA-based
storage media currently in the market are built-in with this command. ATA Secure Erase can securely wipe out
the user data in the drive and protects it from malicious attack.
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3.6
S.M.A.R.T.
S.M.A.R.T. is an acronym for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, an open standard allowing
disk drives to automatically monitor their own health and report potential problems. It protects the user from
unscheduled downtime by monitoring and storing critical drive performance and calibration parameters. Ideally,
this should allow taking proactive actions to prevent impending drive failure.
Apacer devices use the standard SMART command B0h to read data out from the drive to activate our
SMART feature that complies with the ATA/ATAPI-7 specifications. Based on the SFF-8035i Rev. 2.0
specifications, SMART Attribute IDs shall include Initial bad block count, Bad block count, Spare block count,
Maximum erase count, Average erase count and Power cycle. When the SMART Utility running on the host, it
analyzes and reports the disk status to the host before the device reaches in critical condition.
3.7
TRIM
TRIM, though in capital letters usually, is a memory computation command rather than an abbreviation. It is
mainly a SATA command that enables the operating system to inform the SSD (Solid State Drive) which
blocks of previously stored data are no longer valid, due to erases by the host or operating system, such as
file deletions or disk formatting. Once notified, SSD will begin the discard of the invalid LBAs and retain more
space for itself, in fact, the discarded is no longer recoverable.
When an LBA is replaced by the operating system, as with overwrite of a file, the SSD is informed that the
originally occupied LBA is determined as no longer in use or invalid. The SSD will not save those blocks in
garbage collected sectors. Noticeably, a file deletion command by host or operating system never actually
erases the actual content, rather, just the file is marked as deleted. This issue is even specifically noticeable
for flash based memory devices, such as SSDs. In fact, an SSD will keep garbage collecting the invalid,
previously occupied LBAs, if it is not informed that these LBAs can be erased. Thus, the SSD would
experience a significant performance downfall.
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4. Environmental Specifications
4.1
Environments
mSATA M4 environmental specifications follow the US Military Standard MIL-STD-810F, as shown in the
following table.
Table 4-1 mSATA M4-M environmental specifications
Environment
Specification
0°C to 70°C (Operating), -40°C to 85°C (Extended)
Temperature
-40°C to 100°C (Non-operating)
Non-operating : Sine wave, 15(G), 10~2000(Hz),
Operating : Random, 7.69 (Grms), 20~2000(Hz)
Vibration
Non-operating: Acceleration, 1,500 G, 0.5 ms
Operating: Peak acceleration, 50 G, 11 ms
Shock
4.2
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) is predicted based on reliability data for the individual components in
mSATA drive. The prediction result for the mSATA M4 is more than 2,000,000 hours.
Notes about MTBF:
The prediction is based on Bellcore analysis method by assuming device failure rate can be generated by the
sum of failure rates in each component.
4.3 Certification and Compliance
mSATA M4 complies with the following standards:
CE
FCC
RoHS Recast
MIL-STD-810F
SATA II (SATA Rev. 2.6)
Up to ATA/ATAPI-7 ( including S.M.A.R.T.)
4.4 Endurance
Terabytes Written (TBW) is an endurance rating system that indicates the maximum number of terabytes
written by the host to the drive. NAND flash has a limit on how many P/E cycles it can withstand before its
data retention becomes unreliable. Thus, key factors, such as Write Amplifications and the number of P/E
cycles, can influence the lifespan of the drive.
Capacity
TBW (TB)
4 GB
194
8 GB
384
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16 GB
769
32 GB
1539
64 GB
3078
Notes:
The measurement assumes the data written to the SSD for test is under a typical and constant rate.
The measurement follows the standard metric: 1 TB (Terabyte) = 1000 GB.
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5. Electrical Characteristics
5.1
Operating Voltage
Table 5-1 lists the supply voltage for mSATA M4.
Table 5-1 mSATA M4 operating voltage
Parameter
Conditions
Supply voltage
3.3V ±5% (3.135 - 3.465 V)
5.2 Power Consumption
Table 5-2 Power consumption (typical)
Capacity
Mode
Active
(mA)
Standby
(mA)
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
395
430
490
450
480
130
140
150
140
140
Note: Power consumption may vary from flash configurations and/or platform settings.
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6. Physical Characteristics
6.1
Mechanical Drawing
㎜
Unit:
Tolerance: ± 0.2
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6.2
Write Protect Switch (optional)
Write Protect switch
Disable
Enable
Description of Apacer Write Protect:
To protect unauthorized data writes, Apacer implements Write Protect that functions as “Virtual Write” that
allows write commands to go through the flash controller and data is temporarily stored. But since the process
is “virtual”, none of the data has been written to the flash. When the host resets or restarts the system, all the
temporarily stored data will disappear. Since the Virtual Write scheme runs at device level, it requires no
software or driver installation and is independent from the host OS.
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7. Write Protect Enabled by Pin
The pin 47 can enable “Write Protect” function, no matter the standard model or the one with hardware switch.
By default, the pin is set as “high” signal so that write operations can be performed normally. Once the signal
is pulled to “low active”, Write Protect will be activated. Regarding the Write Protect function, it is the same
scheme implemented in our Write Protect switch.
The activation/deactivation of the pin-configured Write Protect function may require additional architectural
design for the host system.
Pin 51
Pin 1
GPIO Trigger
Impedance Signal
Write Protect
Low active since triggered
Notes: Write Protect (Virtual Write) is a higher priority command than Erase or other erasure related
commands. In other words, when Write Protect is activated, neither Erase nor other erasures can be activated.
This pin is available in both the standard and the model with the hardware switch. There is no functional
conflict as both the pin-configured and the switch-enabled Write Protect adopt the same GPIO pin in its
hardware and firmware design. If the Write Protect is activated by the pin, it will be deactivated by the pin as
well. The following table lists out the Write Protect status corresponding to the enabling/disabling of the
pin/switch.
Switch status
Pin47 Signal
Write Protect status
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Enabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
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8. Product Ordering Information
8.1
Product Code Designations
A P SDM x x x x M 5 X N – P X X
Temperature Range
Blank: Standard
W: Extended Temperature
Flash Type
Version Control
Configuration
N: Standard
A: w/o Write Protect
P: Write Protect
Solution Version
Package Modifier
M= JEDEC MO-300
Capacity:
004G:
008G
016G:
032G:
064G
4 GB
8 GB
16 GB
32 GB
64 GB
SATA Disk Module
Apacer Product Code
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8.2
Valid Combinations
mSATA M4
Capacity
Standard
Extended Temperature
4GB
APSDM004GM5AN-PT
APSDM004GM5AN-PTW
8GB
APSDM008GM5AN-PT
APSDM008GM5AN-PTW
16GB
APSDM016GM5AN-PT
APSDM016GM5AN-PTW
32GB
APSDM032GM5AN-PC
APSDM032GM5AN-PCW
64GB
APSDM064GM5AN-PC
APSDM064GM5AN-PCW
mSATA M4 with Write Protect
Capacity
Standard
Extended Temperature
4GB
APSDM004GM5PN-PT
APSDM004GM5PN-PTW
8GB
APSDM008GM5PN-PT
APSDM008GM5PN-PTW
16GB
APSDM016GM5PN-PT
APSDM016GM5PN-PTW
32GB
APSDM032GM5PN-PC
APSDM032GM5PN-PCW
64GB
APSDM064GM5PN-PC
APSDM064GM5PN-PCW
Note: Please consult with Apacer sales representatives for availabilities.
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Revision History
Revision
Description
Date
0.1
Preliminary release
11/07/2011
1.0
Official release
12/02/2011
1.1
Updated Electrical Specification and supply voltage information:
from 5V to 3.3V
1/2/2012
1.2
Revised capacity information
1/16/2012
1.3
Added Endurance and Random Read/Write sections
05/04/2012
1.4
Revised mechanical drawing
08/15/2012
Updated Product Ordering Information due to firmware upgrade
1.5
Added Write Protect option
11/08/2012
1.6
Added Write Protect information in pin assignment and created a
chapter for it
12/21/2012
1.7
Updated Product Ordering Information due to firmware upgrade
03/12/2013
1.8
Modified endurance TBW values due to firmware change
04/22/2013
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