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2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Table of contents
LIST OF FIGURES ........................................................................................................ 6
1. PRODUCT OVERVIEW .............................................................................................. 7
1.1 INTRODUCTION OF INNODISK 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 ................................................... 7
1.2 PRODUCT VIEW AND MODELS .................................................................................... 7
1.3 SATA INTERFACE ................................................................................................... 8
1.4 2.5-INCH FORM FACTOR .......................................................................................... 8
2. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ..................................................................................... 9
2.1 CAPACITY AND DEVICE PARAMETERS ........................................................................... 9
2.2 PERFORMANCE ....................................................................................................... 9
2.3 ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................... 9
2.3.1 Power Requirement ..................................................................................... 9
2.3.2 Power Consumption ................................................................................... 10
2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................... 10
2.4.1 Temperature Ranges ................................................................................. 10
2.4.2 Humidity .................................................................................................... 10
2.4.3 Shock and Vibration ................................................................................... 10
2.4.4 Mean Time between Failures (MTBF) ......................................................... 10
2.5 CE AND FCC COMPATIBILITY .................................................................................. 11
2.6 ROHS COMPLIANCE .............................................................................................. 11
2.7 RELIABILITY ........................................................................................................ 11
2.8 TRANSFER MODE .................................................................................................. 11
2.9 PIN ASSIGNMENT ................................................................................................. 11
2.10 MECHANICAL DIMENSIONS ................................................................................... 13
2.11 ASSEMBLY WEIGHT ............................................................................................. 13
2.12 SEEK TIME ........................................................................................................ 14
2.13 HOT PLUG ......................................................................................................... 14
2.14 NAND FLASH MEMORY ........................................................................................ 14
3. THEORY OF OPERATION ........................................................................................ 15
3.1 OVERVIEW .......................................................................................................... 15
3.2 SATA III CONTROLLER ......................................................................................... 15
3.3 ERROR DETECTION AND CORRECTION ........................................................................ 16
3.4 WEAR-LEVELING .................................................................................................. 16
3.5 BAD BLOCKS MANAGEMENT ..................................................................................... 16
3.6 POWER CYCLING .................................................................................................. 16
3.7 GARBAGE COLLECTION/TRIM ................................................................................. 16
4. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 17
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4.1 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 PIN DIRECTIONS.................................................................. 17
4.2 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS FOR 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 ............................................... 17
4.3 FORM FACTOR ...................................................................................................... 17
4.4 DEVICE DRIVE ..................................................................................................... 18
5. PART NUMBER RULE .............................................................................................. 19
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REVISION HISTORY
Revision
Description
Date
Preliminary
First Released
Jan., 2015
Rev 1.0
Add 4KB random performance
Mar., 2015
Update ME drawing
Rev 1.1
Update 128GB performance
Mar., 2015
Rev 1.2
Add 32GB information
Apr., 2015
Update ME
Rev 2.0
Add 512GB information
Jul., 2015
Update Performance
Add CE/FCC report
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List of Tables
TABLE 1: DEVICE PARAMETERS ........................................................................................... 9
TABLE 2: PERFORMANCE ................................................................................................... 9
TABLE 3: INNODISK 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 POWER REQUIREMENT........................................... 9
TABLE 4: POWER CONSUMPTION ....................................................................................... 10
TABLE 5: TEMPERATURE RANGE FOR 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 .................................................. 10
TABLE 6: SHOCK/VIBRATION TESTING FOR 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 ........................................ 10
TABLE 7: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 MTBF ............................................................................ 11
TABLE 8: INNODISK 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 PIN ASSIGNMENT ............................................... 12
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List of Figures
FIGURE 1: INNODISK 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 ....................................................................... 7
FIGURE 2: INNODISK FID 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................................ 15
FIGURE 3: SIGNAL SEGMENT AND POWER SEGMENT .............................................................. 17
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1. Product Overview
1.1 Introduction of Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 products provide high capacity flash memory Solid State Drive
(SSD) that electrically complies with Serial ATA (SATA) standard. It supports SATA III standard
(6.0GHz) with high performance. Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is designed for industrial field,
and supports several standard features, including TRIM, NCQ, and S.M.A.R.T. The SSD have good
performance, no latency time and small seek time. It effectively reduces the booting time of
operation system and the power consumption is less than hard disk drive (HDD).
1.2 Product View and Models
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is available in follow capacities:
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 32GB
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 128GB
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 64GB
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 256GB
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 512GB
Figure 1: Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
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1.3 SATA Interface
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 supports SATA III interface, and compliant with SATA I and SATA
II. SATA III interface can work with Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) host system, which is used in
server computer. Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is compliant with Serial ATA Gen 1, Gen 2 and
Gen 3 specification (Gen 3 supports 1.5Gbps /3.0Gbps/6.0Gbps data rate). SATA connector uses
a 7-pin signal segment and a 15-pin power segment.
1.4 2.5-inch Form Factor
The Industry-standard 2.5-inch form factor design with metal material case is easy for installation,
which has a compact design 69.85mm (W) x100.00mm (L) x 6.90mm (H).
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2. Product Specifications
2.1 Capacity and Device Parameters
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 device parameters are shown in Table 1.
Table 1: Device parameters
Capacity
LBA
Cylinders
Heads
Sectors
User
Capacity(MB)
32GB
62533296
16383
16
63
30533
64GB
125045424
16383
16
63
61057
128GB
250069680
16383
16
63
122104
256GB
500118192
16383
16
63
244198
512GB
1000215216
16383
16
63
488386
2.2 Performance
Burst Transfer Rate:
6.0Gbps
Table 2: Performance
Capacity
Sequential
Read (max.)
Sequential
Write (max.)
4KB Random
Read (QD32)
4KB Random
Write (QD32)
32GB
64GB
128GB
256GB
512GB
220 MB/s
510 MB/s
510 MB/s
510 MB/s
510 MB/s
40 MB/s
80 MB/s
160 MB/s
160 MB/s
160 MB/s
10,000 IOPS
20,000 IOPS
31,000 IOPS
31,000 IOPS
31,000 IOPS
10,000 IOPS
20,000 IOPS
40,000 IOPS
40,000 IOPS
40,000 IOPS
Note: * Sequential performance based on CrystalDiskMark 3.03 with file size 1000MB
2.3 Electrical Specifications
2.3.1 Power Requirement
Table 3: Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 Power Requirement
Item
Input voltage
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Rating
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2.3.2 Power Consumption
Table 4: Power Consumption
Mode
Power Consumption
Read
Write
Idle
DEVSLP Mode
Slumber Mode
232 mA (max.)
417 mA (max.)
81 mA (max.)
3mW (min.)
30mW (min.)
* Target: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 512GB
2.4 Environmental Specifications
2.4.1 Temperature Ranges
Table 5: Temperature range for 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Temperature
Operating
Storage
Range
Standard Grade: 0°C to +70°C
Industrial Grade:-40°C to +85°C
-55°C to +95°C
2.4.2 Humidity
Relative Humidity: 10-95%, non-condensing
2.4.3 Shock and Vibration
Table 6: Shock/Vibration Testing for 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Reliability
Vibration
Mechanical Shock
Test Conditions
7 Hz to 2K Hz, 20G, 3 axes
Duration: 0.5ms, 1500 G, 3 axes
Reference Standards
IEC 68-2-6
IEC 68-2-27
2.4.4 Mean Time between Failures (MTBF)
Table 7 summarizes the MTBF prediction results for various 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 configurations.
The analysis was performed using a RAM Commander™ failure rate prediction.
‧ Failure Rate: The total number of failures within an item population, divided by the total
number of life units expended by that population, during a particular measurement interval
under stated condition.
‧ Mean Time between Failures (MTBF): A basic measure of reliability for repairable items:
The mean number of life units during which all parts of the item perform within their specified
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limits, during a particular measurement interval under stated conditions.
Table 7: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 MTBF
Product
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Condition
Telcordia SR-332 GB, 25°C
MTBF (Hours)
>3,000,000
2.5 CE and FCC Compatibility
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 conforms to CE and FCC requirements.
2.6 RoHS Compliance
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is fully compliant with RoHS directive.
2.7 Reliability
Parameter
Value
Read Cycles
Wear-Leveling Algorithm
Bad Blocks Management
Error Correct Code
iData Guard
Thermal Sensor
TBW* (Total Bytes Written)
32GB
64GB
128GB
256GB
512GB
Unlimited Read Cycles
Support
Support
Support
Support
Support
Unit: TB
9.6
19.2
38.4
76.8
153.6
* Total bytes written is based on JEDEC 218 (Solid-State Drive
Requirements and Endurance Test Method)
** Lifespan is calculated by device written per day
2.8 Transfer Mode
2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 support following transfer mode:
Serial ATA III 6.0Gbps
Serial ATA II 3.0Gbps
Serial ATA I 1.5Gbps
2.9 Pin Assignment
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 uses a standard SATA pin-out. See Table 8 for 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
pin assignment.
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Table 8: Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 Pin Assignment
Name
Type
Description
S1
GND
NA
S2
A+
S3
A-
S4
GND
S5
B-
S6
B+
S7
GND
Differential Signal Pair A
NA
Differential Signal Pair B
NA
Key and Spacing separate signal and power segments
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P1
NC
NA
P2
NC
NA
P3
NC
NA
P4
GND
NA
P5
GND
NA
P6
GND
NA
P7
V5
5V Power, Pre-Charge
P8
V5
5V Power
P9
V5
5V Power
P10
GND
NA
P11
DAS/DSS
Device Activity Signal / Disable Staggered
P12
GND
Spinup
NA
P13
NC
NA
P14
NC
NA
P15
NC
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2.10 Mechanical Dimensions
* DES25-XXXD72SXCXN (32GB-64GB)
* DES25-XXXD72SXAXN(128GB-512GB)
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2.11 Assembly Weight
An Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 within MLC flash ICs, 16GB’s weight is 100 grams approx. The
total weight of SSD will be less than 135 grams.
2.12 Seek Time
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is not a magnetic rotating design. There is no seek or rotational
latency required.
2.13 Hot Plug
The SSD support hot plug function and can be removed or plugged-in during operation. User has
to avoid hot plugging the SSD which is configured as boot device and installed operation system.
Surprise hot plug
: The insertion of a SATA device into a backplane (combine signal and power)
that has power present. The device powers up and initiates an OOB
sequence.
Surprise hot removal: The removal of a SATA device from a powered backplane, without first being
placed in a quiescent state.
2.14 NAND Flash Memory
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 uses Multi Level Cell (MLC) NAND flash memory, which is
non-volatility, high reliability and high speed memory storage.
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3. Theory of Operation
3.1 Overview
Figure 2 shows the operation of Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 from the system level, including the
major hardware blocks.
Figure 2: Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 Block Diagram
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 integrates a SATA III controller and NAND flash memories.
Communication with the host occurs through the host interface, using the standard ATA protocol.
Communication with the flash device(s) occurs through the flash interface.
3.2 SATA III Controller
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 is designed with ID 202, a SATA III 6.0Gbps (Gen. 3) controller. The
Serial ATA physical, link and transport layers are compliant with Serial ATA Gen 1, Gen 2 and Gen
3 specification (Gen 3 supports 1.5Gbps/3.0Gbps/6.0Gbps data rate). The controller has 4
channels for flash interface.
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3.3 Error Detection and Correction
Highly sophisticated Error Correction Code algorithms are implemented. The ECC unit consists of
the Parity Unit (parity-byte generation) and the Syndrome Unit (syndrome-byte computation).
This unit implements an algorithm that can correct 66 bits per 1024 bytes in an ECC block.
Code-byte generation during write operations, as well as error detection during read operation, is
implemented on the fly without any speed penalties.
3.4 Wear-Leveling
Flash memory can be erased within a limited number of times. This number is called the erase
cycle limit or write endurance limit and is defined by the flash array vendor. The erase cycle
limit applies to each individual erase block in the flash device.
Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 uses a static wear-leveling algorithm to ensure that consecutive
writes of a specific sector are not written physically to the same page/block in the flash. This
spreads flash media usage evenly across all pages, thereby extending flash lifetime.
3.5 Bad Blocks Management
Bad Blocks are blocks that contain one or more invalid bits whose reliability are not guaranteed.
The Bad Blocks may be presented while the SSD is shipped, or may develop during the life time of
the SSD. When the Bad Blocks is detected, it will be flagged, and not be used anymore. The SSD
implement Bad Blocks management, Bad Blocks replacement, Error Correct Code to avoid data
error occurred. The functions will be enabled automatically to transfer data from Bad Blocks to
spare blocks, and correct error bit.
3.6 iData Guard
Innodisk’s iData Guard is a comprehensive data protection mechanism that functions before and
after a sudden power outage to SSD. Low-power detection terminates data writing before an
abnormal power-off, while table-remapping after power-on deletes corrupt data and maintains
data integrity. Innodisk’s iData Guard provides effective power cycling management, preventing
data stored in flash from degrading with use.
3.7 Garbage Collection/TRIM
Garbage collection and TRIM technology is used to maintain data consistency and perform
continual data cleansing on SSDs. It runs as a background process, freeing up valuable controller
resources while sorting good data into available blocks, and deleting bad blocks. It also
significantly reduces write operations to the drive, thereby increasing the SSD’s speed and
lifespan.
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4. Installation Requirements
4.1 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 Pin Directions
Figure 3: Signal Segment and Power Segment
4.2 Electrical Connections for 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
A Serial ATA device may be either directly connected to a host or connected to a host through a
cable. For connection via cable, the cable should be no longer than 1meter. The SATA interface has
a separate connector for the power supply. Please refer to the pin description for further details.
4.3 Form Factor
Please prepare following things:

Screw driver.

Four M3 screws.

SATA single cable (7-pin, Maximum length l meter).

SATA power cable (15-pin).
Please turn off your computer, and open your computer’s case. Find one of available 2.5-inch slot,
and plug the SSD in. To use the screws fix the SSD. Plug in the SATA single cable, and power cable.
Please boot the installation Operation System from CD-ROM, and install Operation System into
SSD.
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Figure 4: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 Mechanical Screw Hole
4.4 Device Drive
No additional device drives are required. Innodisk 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2 can be configured as a
boot device.
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5. Part Number Rule
CODE
Description
1
2
9 10 11 12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
D
E S 2 5 - 6 4 GD7 2
S
C
C
Q
N
-
X
X
-
Customized
Code
Disk
3
4
5
2.5” SATA
SSD 3ME2
6
7
8
Capacity Category Flash mode
Operation Internal
CH. Flash
Temp.
Control
Definition
Code 1st (Disk)
Code 13th (Firmware version)
S: Synchronous Flash
D : Disk
Code 2nd ~ 5th (Form Factor)
ES25: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
Code 7th ~9th (Capacity)
Code 14th (Operation Temperature)
C: Standard Grade (0℃~ +70℃)
W: Industrial Grade (-40℃~ +85℃)
Code 15th (Internal control)
32G:32GB
64G: 64GB
A-Z
Code 16th (Channel of data transfer)
A28: 128GB
B56: 256GB
D: Dual Channels
C12: 512GB
Q: Quad Channels
Code 10th ~12th (Series)
Code 17th (Flash Type)
D72: 2.5” SATA SSD 3ME2
N: Micron MLC
Code 19th ~20th (Customized code)
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Appendix
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