CompactFlash™ Card W7B6-S Series
16MByte/32MByte/48MByte/64MByte/96MByte/128MByte/160MByte/224MByte
Version:1.02 (June, 2001)
Description
CompactFlash™ Card W7B6-S series were made by Wintec Industries in Fremont, CA USA.
It
complies with CompactFlash™ specification, and is suitable for the usage of data storage memory medium for
PC or any other electric equipment and digital camera. This card is equipped with 128/256/512 Mega bits Flash
memory. This card is suitable for ISA (Industry Standard Architecture) bus interface standard, and read/write unit
is 1 sector (512 bytes) sequential access. By using this card it is possible to operate good performance for the
system which have CompactFlash™slots.
Note: CompactFlash™ is licensed royalty- free to the CFA which in turn will license it royalty-free to CFA
members.
*CFA: CompactFlash™ Association.
Features
CompactFlash™ specification type-I (3.3 mm) standard.
3.3V / 5V single power supply operation
Card density is 224 Mega bytes maximum
Three variations of mode access which are memory card mode, I/O card mode and true IDE
mode
Fast ATA host-to-buffer transfer rates supporting PIO 4 in True -IDE mode
High reliability based on internal ECC (Error Correcting Code) function
Integrated 512 Byte PCMCIA Sector Buffer and 256 Byte PCMCIA Attribute Memory
PCMCIA Configuration Option Register, Card Configuration and Status Register and
Pin Replacement Register suppor t
Automatic power-down mode and sleep mode
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Compact Flash Card W7B6-S Series List
Part Number
Total Sectors
Card Capacity
Sectors
Real Capacity
Performance
Headers
Card
Track
Cylinders
(Qbench)
W7B6016M1XG-S7
16M byte
16,187,392
31,616
32
4
247
2439KB/sec
W7B6032M1XG-S7
32M byte
32,636,928
63,744
32
4
498
2347KB/sec
W7B6048M1XG-S7
48M byte
49,086,464
95,872
32
4
749
2357KB/sec
W7B6064M1XG-S7
64M byte
65,536,000
128,000
32
4
1000
2298KB/sec
W7B6032M1XG-S8
32M byte
32,702,464
63,872
32
4
499
3112KB/sec
W7B6064M1XG-S8
64M byte
65,667,072
128,256
32
4
1002
3053KB/sec
W7B6096M1XG-S8
96M byte
98,598,912
192,576
32
6
1003
2944KB/sec
W7B6128M1XG-S8 128M byte
131,596,288
257,024
32
8
1004
2971KB/sec
96M byte
98,598,912
192,576
32
6
1003
3120KB/sec
W7B6160M1XG-S9 160M byte
157810688
308224
32
16
602
3016KB/sec
W7B6224M1XG-S9 224M byte
220987392
431616
32
16
843
3114KB/sec
W7B6096M1XG-S9
Notes : 1. Total sectors/card = sectors/Track * number of head * number of cylinder.
2. The logical address capacity including the area used for file system.
2
Card Pin Assignment
PC Card Memory Mode
PC Card I/O Mode
True IDE mode
PIN
Signal
Type
PIN
Signal
Type
PIN
Signal
Type
1
GND
Power
1
GND
Power
1
GND
Power
2
D03
I/O
2
D03
I/O
2
D03
I/O
3
D04
I/O
3
D04
I/O
3
D04
I/O
4
D05
I/O
4
D05
I/O
4
D05
I/O
5
D06
I/O
5
D06
I/O
5
D06
I/O
6
D07
I/O
6
D07
I/O
6
D07
I/O
7
-CE1
I
7
-CE1
I
7
-CE0
I
8
A10
I
8
A10
I
8
A101
I
9
-OE
I
9
-OE
I
9
-ATASEL
I
10
A09
I
10
A09
I
10
A09
1
I
A08
1
I
1
I
11
A08
I
11
A08
I
11
12
A07
I
12
A07
I
12
A07
13
VCC
Power
13
VCC
Power
13
VCC
14
A06
1
I
A05
1
I
A04
1
I
1
I
14
15
16
A06
A05
A04
I
I
I
14
15
16
A06
I
A05
I
A04
I
15
16
Power
17
A03
I
17
A03
I
17
A03
18
A02
I
18
A02
I
18
A02
I
19
A01
I
19
A01
I
19
A01
I
20
A00
I
20
A00
I
20
A00
I
21
D00
I/O
21
D00
I/O
21
D00
I/O
22
D01
I/O
22
D01
I/O
22
D01
I/O
23
D02
I/O
23
D02
I/O
23
D02
I/O
24
WP
O
24
-IOIS16
O
24
-IOCS16
O
25
-CD2
O
25
-CD2
O
25
-CD2
O
26
-CD1
O
26
-CD1
O
26
-CD1
O
27
D11
I/O
27
D11
I/O
27
D11
I/O
28
D12
I/O
28
D12
I/O
28
D12
I/O
29
D13
I/O
29
D13
I/O
29
D13
I/O
30
D14
I/O
30
D14
I/O
30
D14
I/O
31
D15
I/O
31
D15
I/O
31
D15
I/O
32
-CE2
I
32
-CE2
I
32
-CS1
I
33
-VS1
O
33
-VS1
O
33
-VS1
O
34
-IORD
I
34
-IORD
I
34
-IORD
I
35
-IOWR
I
35
-IOWR
I
35
-IOWR
I
36
-WE
I
36
-WE
I
36
-WE
3
3
I
PC Card I/O Mode
PC Card Memory Mode
True IDE mode
37
RDY/BSY
O
37
IREQ
O
37
INTRQ
O
38
VCC
Power
38
VCC
Power
38
VCC
Power
39
-CSEL
I
39
-CSEL
I
39
-CSEL
I
40
-VS2
O
40
-VS2
O
40
-VS2
O
41
RESET
I
41
RESET
I
41
RESET
I
42
-WAIT
O
42
-WAIT
O
42
IORDY
O
43
-INPACK
O
43
-INPACK
O
43
-INPACK
O
44
-REG
I
44
-REG
I
44
-REG2
I
45
BVD2
I/O
45
-SPKR
I/O
45
-DASP
I/O
46
BVD1
I/O
46
-STSCHG
I/O
46
-PDIAG
I/O
47
D08
I/O
47
D08
I/O
47
D08
I/O
48
D09
I/O
48
D09
I/O
48
D09
I/O
49
D10
I/O
49
D10
I/O
49
D10
I/O
50
GND
Power
50
GND
Power
50
GND
Power
Note 1. Should be grounded by the host.
2. Should be tied VCC by the host.
4
Card Pin Explanation
Signal name
Direction Pin No.
A10 to A0
I
(PC Card Memory mode)
Description
8,10,11,12,14,15 Address bus is A10 to A0. A10 is MSB and A0 is LSB.
,16,17,18,19, 20
A10 to A0
(PC Card I/O mode)
A2 to A0
18, 19, 20
(True IDE mode)
BVD1
Address bus is A10 to A0. Only A2 to A0 are used, A10 to A3
should be grounded by the host.
I/O
46
(PC Card Memory mode)
46 BVD1 outputs the battery voltage status in the card. This
output line is constantly driven to a high state since a battery is
not required for this product.
-STSCHG
-STSCHG is used for changing the status of Configuration and
(PC Card I/O mode)
status register in attribute area.
-PDIAG
-PDIAG is the Pass Diagnostic signal in Master/Slave handshake
(True IDE mode)
protocol.
BVD2
I/O
45
(PC Card Memory mode)
BVD2 outputs the battery voltage status in the card.This output
line is constantly driven to a high statesince a battery is not
required for this product.
-SPKR
-SPKR outputs speaker signals. This output line is constantly
(PC Card I/O mode)
driven to a high state since this product does not support the
audio function.
-DASP
-DASP is the Disk Active/Slave Present signal in the
(True IDE mode)
Master/Slave handshake protocol.
-CD1, -CD2
O
25, 26
-CD1 and -CD2 are the card detection signals. -CD1 and -CD2
(PC Card Memory mode)
are connected to ground in this card, so host can detect that the
-CD1, -CD2
card is inserted or not.
(PC Card I/O mode)
-CD1, -CD2
(True IDE mode)
-CE1, -CE2
I
7, 32
-CE1
and
-CE2
are
low
active
card
select
signals.
(PC Card Memory mode)
Byte/Word/Odd byte mode are defined by combination of -CE1,
Card Enable
-CE2 and A0.
-CE1, -CE2
(PC Card I/O mode)
Card Enable
-CE1, -CE2
-CE2 is used for select the Alternate Status Register and the
(True IDE mode)
Device Control Register while -CE1 is the chip select for the
other task file registers.
5
Signal name
Direction Pin No.
Description
-CSEL
I
This signal is not used.
39
(PC Card Memory mode)
-CSEL
(PC Card I/O mode)
-CSEL
This signal is used to configure this device as a Master or a Slave
(True IDE mode)
when configured in the True IDE mode. When this pin is
grounded, this device is configured as a Master. When the pin is
open, this device is configured as a Slave.
D15 to D0
I/O
31,30, 29, 28,27, Data bus is D15 to D0. D0 is the LSB of the even byteof the word.
(PC Card Memory mode)
49,48, 47, 6,5, 4, D8 is the LSB of the odd byte of theword.
D15 to D0
3, 2, 23, 22,21
(PC Card I/O mode)
D15 to D0
(True IDE mode)
GND
—
1,50
Ground
O
43
This signal is not used and should not be connected at the host.
(PC Card Memory mode)
GND
(PC Card I/O mode)
(True IDE mode)
-INPACK
(PC Card Memory mode)
-INPACK
Input Acknowledge. This signal is asserted low by this card when
(PC Card I/O mode)
the card is selected and responding to an I/O read cycle at the
address that is on the address bus during -CE and -IORD are
low. This signal is used for the input data buffer control.
-INPACK
This signal is not used and should not be connected at the host
(True IDE mode)
-IORD
I
34
This signal is not used.
(PC Card Memory mode)
-IORD
-IORD is used for control of read data in I/O task file area. This
(PC Card I/O mode)
card does not respond to -IORD until I/O card interface setting up
-IORD
-IORD is used for control of read data in I/O task file area. This
(True IDE mode)
card does not respond to -IORD until True IDE interface setting
up.
6
Signal name
Direction Pin No.
Description
. -IOWR
I
This signal is not used.
35
(PC Card Memory mode)
-IOWR
-IOWR is used for control of data write in I/O task file area. This
(PC Card I/O mode)
card does not respond to -IOWR until I/O card interface setting
up.
-IOWR
-IOWR is used for control of data write in I/O task file area. This
(True IDE mode)
card does not respond to -IOWR until True IDE interface setting
up.
-OE
I
9
-OE is used for the control of reading register’s data in attribute
(PC Card Memory mode)
area or task file area.
-OE
-OE is used for the control of reading register’s data in attribute
(PC Card I/O mode)
area.
-ATASEL
To enable True IDE mode this input should be grounded by the
(True IDE mode)
host.
RDY/-BSY
O
37
(PC Card Memory mode)
The signal is RDY/-BSY pin. RDY/-BSY pin turns low level during
the card internal initialization operation at VCC applied or reset
applied, so next access to the card should be after the signal
turned high level
-IREQ
This signal is active low -IREQ pin. The signal of low level
(PC Card I/O mode)
indicates that the card is requesting software service to host, and
high level indicates that the card is not requesting.
INTRQ
This signal is the active high Interrupt Request to the host
(True IDE mode)
-REG
I
44
-REG is used during memory cycles to distinguish between task
(PC Card Memory mode)
file and attribute memory accesses. High for task file, Low for
Attribute memory select
attribute memory is accessed.
-REG
-REG is constantly low when task file or attribute memory is
(PC Card I/O mode)
accessed.
-REG
This input signal is not used and should be connected to VCC.
(True IDE mode)
7
Signal name
Direction Pin No.
Description
RESET
I
This signal is active high RESET pin. If this signal is asserted
41
(PC Card Memory mode)
high, the card internal initialization begins to operate. During the
card internal initialization RDY/-BSY is low. After the card internal
initialization RDY/-BSY is high.
RESET
This signal is active high RESET pin. If this signal is asserted
(PC Card I/O mode)
high, the card internal initialization begins to operate. In this
mode, RDY/-BSY signal can not be used, so using Status
Register the Ready/Busy status can be confirmed.
-RESET
This signal is active low -RESET pin. If this signal is asserted low,
(True IDE mode)
all the register’s in this card are reset. In this mode, RDY/ -BSY
signal can not be used, so using status register the Ready/Busy
status can be confirmed.
VCC
—
13, 38
+5 V, +3.3 V power.
O
33, 40
These signals are intended to notify VCC requirement to ost.
(PC Card Memory mode)
VCC
(PC Card I/O mode)
VCC
(True IDE mode)
-VS1, -VS2
(PC Card Memory mode)
-VS1 is held grounded and -VS2 is nonconnected in this card.
-VS1, -VS2
(PC Card I/O mode)
-VS1, -VS2
(True IDE mode)
-WAIT
O
42
(PC Card Memory mode)
This signal is active low -WAIT pin. In this card this signal is
constantly high level.
-WAIT
(PC Card I/O mode)
IORDY
This output signal may be used as IORDY. In this card this signal
(True IDE mode)
is constantly high impedance.
-WE
I
36
-WE is used for the control of writing register’s data in attribute
(PC Card Memory mode)
memory area or task file area.
-WE
-WE is used for the control of writing register’s data in attribute
(PC Card I/O mode)
memory area.
-WE
This input signal is not used and should be connected to VCC by
(True IDE mode)
the host.
8
Signal name
Direction Pin No.
Description
WP
O
WP is held low because this card does not have write protect
(PC Card Memory mode)
24
switch.
Write Protect
-IOIS16
-IOIS16 is asserted when task file registers are accessed in
(PC Card I/O mode)
16-bit mode.
-IOIS16
This output signal is asserted low when this device is expecting a
(True IDE mode)
word data transfer cycle. Initial mode is 16-bit. If the user issues a
Set Feature Command to put the device in Byte access mode,
the card permits 8-bit accesses.
9
Card Block Diagram
Note: -CE1, -CE2, -OE, -WE, -IORD, -IOWR, -REG, RESET, -CSEL, -PDIAG, -DASP pins are pulled up in card. -CE1, -CE2, -OE,
-WE, -IORD, -IOWR, -REG pins are schmitt trigger type input buffer.
10
DC Characteristics
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Case temperature TC under Bias:
extended temperature range on request
Operating Temperature:
Storage Temperature:
Voltage on any Pin with respect to ground:
0°C to +70°C
0°C to +70°C
-40°C to +85°C
-0.5V to VCC + 0.5V
D.C. Parameters
Supply Voltage VCC :
5V + / - 10% or 3.3V + / - 5%
Case Temperature T CASE :
0°C to +70°C
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Note
Input LOW Voltage
VIL
-0.3
+0.8
V
Input HIGH Voltage
VIH
2.0
VCC +0.3
V
Output LOW Voltage
VOL
0.45
V
at 4mA
Output HIGH Voltage
VOH
V
at 1mA
Operating Current, VCC =5.0V
Sleep mode
Standby (power down)
Operating
ICC
0.2
15
65
mA
mA
mA
10 MHz power-down clock
20 MHz operating clock
Operating Current, VCC =3.3V
Sleep mode
Standby (power down)
Operating
ICC
0.2
8
40
mA
mA
mA
10 MHz power-down clock
20 MHz operating clock
Input Leakage Current
ILI
̈́ 10
µA
Output Leakage Current
ILO
±10
µA
Input/output Capacitance
CI/O
10
pF
2.4
11
AC Characteristics
The AC Characteristics reference the timing diagrams of the PCMCIA PC Card Standard and the symbols in these timing
diagrams. The AC characteristics are valid for a supply voltage VCC 5V or 3.3V +/- 5%
Attribute Memory Read and Write AC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Read cycle time
tcR
250
ns
Address access time
ta(A)
250
ns
Card Enable access time
ta(CE)
250
ns
Output Enable access time
ta(OE)
125
ns
Output disable time from CE
tdis(CE)
100
ns
Output disable time from OE
tdis(OE)
100
ns
Output enable time from CE
ten(CE)
5
ns
Output enable time from OE
ten(OE)
5
ns
Data valid time from address change
tv(A)
0
ns
Address setup time
tsu(A)
30
ns
Address hold time
th(A)
20
ns
Card Enable setup time
tsu(CE)
0
ns
Card Enable hold time
th(CE)
20
ns
Write cycle time
tcW
250
ns
Write pulse time
tw(WE)
150
ns
Address setup time for WE
tsu(A-WEH)
180
ns
Card Enable setup time for WE
tsu(CE-WEH)
180
ns
Data setup time for WE
tsu(D-WEH)
80
ns
Data hold time
th(D)
30
ns
Output disable time from WE
tdis(WE)
Output enable time from WE
ten(WE)
Output Enable setup time for WE
Output Enable hold time from WE
100
ns
5
ns
tsu(OE-WE)
10
ns
th(OE-WE)
10
ns
12
Common Memory Read and Write AC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Read cycle time
tcR
Address access time
ta(A)
150
ns
Card Enable access time
ta(CE)
150
ns
Output Enable access time
ta(OE)
75
ns
Output disable time from CE
tdis(CE)
75
ns
Output disable time from OE
tdis(OE)
75
ns
Output enable time from CE
ten(CE)
5
ns
Output enable time from OE
ten(OE)
5
ns
0
ns
150
Data valid time from address change tv(A)
ns
Address setup time
tsu(A)
20
ns
Address hold time
th(A)
20
ns
Card Enable setup time
tsu(CE)
0
ns
Card Enable hold time
th(CE)
20
ns
Write cycle time
tcW
150
ns
Write pulse time
tw(WE)
80
ns
Address setup time for WE
tsu(A-WEH)
100
ns
Card Enable setup time for WE
tsu(CE-WEH)
100
ns
Data setup time for WE
tsu(D-WEH)
50
ns
Data hold time
th(D)
20
ns
Write recover time
trec(WE)
20
ns
Output disable time from WE
tdis(WE)
Output enable time from WE
ten(WE)
Output Enable setup time for WE
Output Enable hold time from WE
75
ns
5
ns
tsu(OE-WE)
10
ns
th(OE-WE)
10
ns
13
I/O Access Read and Write AC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Data delay after IORD
td(IORD)
100
ns
Data hold following IORD
th(IORD)
0
ns
IORD pulse width
tw(IORD)
165
ns
Address setup time for IORD
tsuA(IORD)
70
ns
Address hold time from IORD
thA(IORD)
20
ns
Card Enable setup time for IORD
tsuCE(IORD)
5
ns
Card Enable hold time from IORD
thCE(IORD)
20
ns
REG setup time for IORD
tsuREG(IORD)
5
ns
REG hold time from IORD
thREG(IORD)
0
ns
INPACK delay falling from IORD
tdfINP(IORD)
0
INPACK delay rising from IORD
45
ns
tdrINP(IORD)
45
ns
IOIS16 delay falling from address
tdfIO16(IORD)
35
ns
IOIS16 delay rising from address
tdrIO16(IORD)
35
ns
Data setup time for IOWR
tsu(IOWR)
60
ns
Data hold time from IOWR
th(IOWR)
30
ns
IOWR pulse width
tw(IOWR)
165
ns
Address setup time for IOWR
tsuA(IOWR)
70
ns
Address hold time from IOWR
thA(IOWR)
20
ns
Card Enable setup time for IOWR
tsuCE(IOWR)
5
ns
Card Enable hold time from IOWR
thCE(IOWR)
20
ns
REG setup time for IOWR
tsuREG(IOWR)
5
ns
REG hold time from IOWR
thREG(IOWR)
0
ns
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True-IDE Mode I/O Access Read and Write AC Characteristics
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Cycle time
tcR
120
ns
Address setup time for IORD/IOWR
tsuA
25
ns
Address hold time from IORD/IOWR
thA
10
ns
IORD/IOWR pulse width
tw
70
ns
IORD/IOWR recovery time
trec
25
ns
Data setup time for IORD
tsuD(IORD)
20
ns
Data hold following IORD
thD(IORD)
5
ns
Output disable time from IORD
tdis(IORD)
Data setup time for IOWR
tsuD(IOWR)
20
ns
Data hold following IOWR
thD(IOWR)
10
ns
30
15
ns
Compatibility list
PCs
Vendor
Apple
Device
Operating environment
OS
OS Vendor
PowerBook G3/266, G3/250, G3/233
Mac.OS8
Apple
PowerBook 5300
KanjiTalk7.5.2
Apple
PowerBook 3400c/240, 2400c/180
KanjiTalk7.6
Apple
PowerBook 1400cs
KanjiTalk7.5.3
Apple
PowerBook 190
KanjiTalk7.5.2
Apple
Performa6210
KanjiTalk7.5.1
Apple
INNOVA NOTE 5500GX, 3800, 3600CX,
3500FX, 3400CX
Windows 95B
Microsoft
DUO2300
Windows 95B
Microsoft
CASIO
CASSIOPEIA FIVE(MPC-101M3)
Windows 98
Microsoft
COMPAQ
ARMADA 4130T
Windows 95
Microsoft
ARMADA 1590DMT, 1520DM
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PRESARIO 1805, 1636, 1235, 1230
Windows 98
Microsoft
PRESARIO 1680, 1621
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PRESARIO 1636, 1230
Windows 95C
Microsoft
DEC
HiNoteUltra II LTS5150
Windows 95
Microsoft
DELL
INSPIRON 3200 D266XT, 3000
Windows 95B
Microsoft
EPSON
ViViDY Note590STX
Windows 95
Microsoft
PROSPERT NOTE N16X
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FMV-NC13D, NC313
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FMV-NE VII 20D
Windows 98
Microsoft
FMV-NP13
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FMV-NU13D3, NU3133, NUV16
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FMV-5233NA6/X, 5150NA3/W,
5150NA/X, 5133NU5/W
Windows 95B
Microsoft
GATEWAY2000
Solo 2100
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Hitachi
FLORA Prius Note 270(PCT-2702T32H)
Windows 98
Microsoft
FLORA Prius Note 250(PC-5NU01-YA)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FLORA Prius Note 210(PCT-2109T23)
Windows 98
Microsoft
FLORA Prius Note 20J(PCT-202T26J)
Windows 98
Microsoft
FLORA 250, 230, 210
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FLORA Prius Note 500NK3M
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FLORA 270(PC-7NH04QE7LA)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
FLORA Note NS1
MS-DOC6.20
Phoenix
ThinkPad 770
Windows 95B
Microsoft
ThinkPad 600, 560cs, 535, 365, 235
Windows 95
Microsoft
CANON
Fujitsu
IBM
16
IBM
ThinkPad 535X, 315, 535E
Windows 95B
Microsoft
ThinkPad 530CS
PC-DOS7
IBM
ThinkPad 360P
PC-DOS6.3
IBM
AMITY VP, CN, CN II
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Pedion(M3041-Q73S1)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Apricot Note AL(F3X), AL(F3Y)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC9821 Nr12, Nr166
Windows 95
Microsoft
PC9821Nr13/D108
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC9821NW133, NW150/S20D
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC9821LS150/S14C2
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC-AL13C(Aile NX), AL20C(Aile NX)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC-LV13C/16C/20C(La Vie NX)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC-LW23/43D(La Vie NX)
Windows 98
Microsoft
PC-VP23(VersaPro NX)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note ace(Al -N3T516J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note ace(Al -N3T520J5),
(Al-N3T520J5A)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note comm/C33(CF -C33J8C)
Windows 98
Microsoft
Let’s note mini(AL-N4T512J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note mini/M32(CF -M32J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note (AL -N2T515J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s note (AL -N1)
Windows 95A
Microsoft
Let’s note (AL -N2T516J5),
(AL-N2T520J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Let’s noteS/21(CF -S21J5)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Proside
WIN5420T1300
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Sanyo
Winkey MBC-S770
Windows 95
Microsoft
Sharp
MebiusNote 8000, 7860, 7760, 7750,
5500, 5410K, 5100, 710-M23, 550X26,
350X16, 340X15, 330X13
Windows 95B
Microsoft
MebiusNote7350
Windows 95
Microsoft
MebiusNote(PC-K500)
Windows 95B
Microsoft
PC-JP1
Windows 95B
Microsoft
SII
BrainPad TiPO
B-right
Origianl
SONY
VAIO PCG-808
Windows 98
Microsoft
Windows 95B
Microsoft
VAIO PCG-505GX, 505G
Windows 98
Microsoft
VAIO PCG-C1
Windows 98
Microsoft
SOTEC
WinBook S
MS-DOC6.20
Systemsoft
Toshiba
DynaBook SS Portege 6000CT, 3010CT
Windows 98
Microsoft
Mitsubishi
NEC
Panasonic
VAIO PCG-726, 723, 719, 707, 505X,
505EX, 505
17
Toshiba
DynaBook Satellite 4000CDT/4.0,
Windows 98
Microsoft
Satelite Pro 460CDT
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Satelite 310CDT, 300CDT
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Satelite 110CS
Windows 95
Microsoft
TECRA 780DVD, 750CT, 740CT
Windows 95B
Microsoft
TECRA 720CDT
Windows 95
Microsoft
325CDT/4.0
PDAs & Handheld PCs
Vendor
CASIO
Device
Operating environment
OS
OS Vendor
CASSIOPEIA (Jap.) A-55
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
CASSIOPEIA (Jap.) A-51
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
CASSIOPEIA (Jap.) A-5
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
CASSIOPEIA (Engl.) A-20, A-11
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
CASSIOPEIA (Engl.) A-11
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
CASSIOPEIA (PA-2100)
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
COMPAQ
C series 810
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
Fujitsu
INTER Top mode120
MS-DOS6.2
Microsoft
Hitachi
PERSONA(HPW-200JC)
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
HP
620LX(English /Japanese)
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
Jornada 820, 680
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
320LX, 300LX
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
200LX
MS-DOS5
HP
IBM
Palm Top110
PC-DOS7
IBM
NEC
Mobile GearII (MC-R500)
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
Mobile GearII (MC-R300), (MC-CS12),
(MC-S13), (MC-MK23)
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
Mobile Pro400
Windows CE1.0
Microsoft
Mobio NX
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Philips
Nino320
Windows CE2.0
Microsoft
Psion
Series 7
Original
Original
Toshiba
Libretto 100 CTA, 70 CTA, 50 CTA
Windows 95B
Microsoft
Libretto 20 CTA
Windows 95
Microsoft
Digital Cameras
Vendor
Device
Operating environment
OS
OS Vendor
AGFA
CL30
Original
Original
CANON
PowerShot 600, 600N
Original
Original
18
CANON
PowerShot 350
Original
Original
CASIO
QV-700
Original
Original
EPSON
CP-700Z
Original
Original
CP-600
Original
Original
Fuji-Film
FUJIX DS-300
Original
Original
Hitachi
MP-EG1 *1
Original
Original
Kodak
DC260 ZOOM
Original
Original
DC220 ZOOM
Original
Original
DC210A ZOOM
Original
Original
DC210 ZOOM
Original
Origin al
DC200, DC50, DC25
Original
Original
Q-mini
Original
Original
Q-M100
Original
Original
Mitsubishi
DJ1000
Original
Original
NEC
PC-DC401
Original
Original
Picona
Original
Original
COOL PIX910
Original
Original
COOL PIX910
Original
Original
COOL PIX600
Original
Original
Olympus
C 2500
Original
Original
Panasonic
Card Shot
Original
Original
COOLSHOT II
Original
Original
COOLSHOT II mega
Original
Original
Polaroid
PDC 1100
Original
Original
RICOH
DC-2/2L/2E/2V/2S *2
Original
Original
Konica
Nikon
Digital Photo Printer
Vendor
Operating environment
Device
OS
OS Vendor
CANON
DC-200
Original
Original
KODAK
DPP-1-J
Original
Original
PC Card Reader / Writer
Vendor
Model
Hitachi
FLORA DeskTop1010
OS
MS-DOS6.20
Windows 3.1
19
Adapter
System
Intermart
KERNEL PCD500
RATOC
REX-5051F
GreyStone
Card Dock
I/O DATA
C-Dock/DV
Adotec
AM1-92(RAM-ZO)
Intermart
KERNEL PCD500
Hitachi
FLORA DeskTop1010
IBM
Aptiva
Toshiba
BREZZA
Windows 3.1
Windows 95B
RATOC
REX-5051F
GreyStone
Card Dock
I/O DATA
C-Dock/DV
Adotec
AM1-92(RAM-ZO)
ADO
FLASH MATE
2000
REX-251
Windows 95B
RATOC
REX-5051F
20
Physical Outline
Revision History
Revision 1.01 (March, 2001)
•
New release.
Revision 1.02 (June, 2001)
•
Changed Order Part Number:
Old Order Part Number
New Order Part Number
W7B6016M1XG-S128
W7B6016M1XG-S7
W7B6032M1XG-S128
W7B6032M1XG-S7
W7B6048M1XG-S128
W7B6048M1XG-S7
W7B6064M1XG-S128
W7B6064M1XG-S7
W7B6032M1XG-S256
W7B6032M1XG-S8
W7B6064M1XG-S256
W7B6064M1XG-S8
W7B6096M1XG-S256
W7B6096M1XG-S8
Wintec Industries, Incorporated.
W7B6128M1XG-S256
W7B6128M1XG-S8
4280 Technology Dr., Fremont, CA 94538
W7B6096M1XG-S512
W7B6096M1XG-S9
Tel. 510.770.9239 /
W7B6160M1XG-S512
W7B6160M1XG-S9
http://www.wintecind.com
W7B6224M1XG-S512
W7B6224M1XG-S9
21
Fax. 510.770.9338