EVA-X4150 Product Brief
SQFlash
2.5” SATA SSD 830
2.5” SATA SSD 830
Datasheet
(SQF-S25x-xxx-SAx)
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CONTENTS
1. Overview ............................................................................................ 4
2. Features ............................................................................................. 5
3. Specification Table ............................................................................ 6
4. General Description .......................................................................... 8
5. Pin Assignment and Description ................................................... 11
5.1 2.5” SATA-SSD Interface Pin Assignments (Signal Segment) ....................................... 11
5.2 2.5” SATA-SSD Interface Pin Assignments (Power Segment)....................................... 11
5.3 Hardware Quick Erase .................................................................................................. 12
6. Identify Device Data ........................................................................ 13
7. ATA Command Set .......................................................................... 16
8. System Power Consumption ......................................................... 23
8.1 Supply Voltage .............................................................................................................. 23
8.2 Power Consumption ...................................................................................................... 23
9. Physical Dimension ........................................................................ 24
Appendix: Part Number Table ........................................................... 25
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Revision History
Rev.
Date
History
0.1
2015/1/23
1.
Preliminary
0.2
2015/5/15
1.
Model name update
0.3
2015/8/15
1.
PN update
0.4
2016/2/15
1.
Update detail product specification
0.5
2016/4/15
1.
Update SLC 64G / 128G
0.6
2016/6/1
1.
Update performance and power consumption
0.7
2016/9/13
1.
Update 64G UMLC information
0.8
2017/1/13
1.
Update erase pin information
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1.
Overview
Advantech SQFlash 830 series 2.5” SATA-SSD (SQF-S25 830) delivers all the advantages of Flash Disk
technology with the Serial ATA III (6.0Gb) interface, fully compliant with standard 2.5-inch form factor. The SATA
SSD is based on a standard SATA 7-pin interface for data segment and 15-pin for power segment, designed to
operate at a maximum operating frequency of 300MHz with 30MHz external crystal. Its capacity could provide a
wide range up to 2TB. Moreover, it can reach up to 550MB/s read and 530MB/s write high performance based on
Toggle 2.0 MLC flash (with 512MB DDR enabled and measured by CrystalDiskMark v3.0).
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2.

Features
Standard SATA interface
–
Support SATA 1.5/3.0/6.0 Gbps interface
–
SATA Revision 3.2 compliant

Operating Voltage:5V

Support 120 bit ECC correct per 2K Byte data

TRIM、AHCI supported

AES256 and Hardware Quick Erase supported

Temperature Ranges
–
Commercial Temperature
● 0℃ to 70℃ for operating
● -40℃ to 85℃ for storage
–
Industrial Temperature
● -40℃ to 85℃ for operating
● -40℃ to 85℃ for storage

Mechanical Specification
–
Shock:1,500G / 0.5ms
–
Vibration:20G / 80~2,000Hz

Humidty
–

Humidity:5% ~ 95% under 55℃
Data Retention
–
10 years

Acquired RoHS、WHQL、CE、FCC Certificate

Acoustic:0 dB

Dimension:100 mm x 69.85 mm x 7 mm
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3.

Specification Table
Performance
Sequential Performance (MB/sec)
SLC
Ultra
MLC
MLC
Random Performance (IOPS @4K)
Read
Write
Read
Write
64 GB
563.80
516.80
88,781
94,336
128 GB
564.20
514.40
88,627
93,875
256 GB
564.20
541.70
85,786
96,461
512 GB
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
64 GB
562.20
442.70
75,801
66,227
128 GB
563.80
528.20
101,453
94,669
256 GB
564.30
542.90
99,866
96,563
512 GB
564.00
542.20
99,405
95,974
1 TB
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
64 GB
521.40
103.40
54,400
26,394
128 GB
540.20
204.60
50,970
47,130
256 GB
544.40
400.50
97,306
93,773
512 GB
543.50
524.50
94,182
94,515
1 TB
542.00
508.50
92,698
93,696
2 TB
562.30
501.00
105,933
120,218
* All performance above are tested with AHCI mode.
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
Endurance
JEDEC defined an endurance rating TBW (TeraByte Written), following by the equation below, for indicating
the number of terabytes a SSD can be written which is a measurement of SSDs’ expected lifespan,
represents the amount of data written to the device.
TBW = [(NAND Endurance) x (SSD Capacity)] / WAF



NAND Endurance: Program / Erase cycle of a NAND flash.
o SLC: 100,000 cycles
o Ultra MLC: 30,000 cycles
o MLC: 3,000 cycles
SSD Capacity: SSD physical capacity in total of a SSD.
WAF: Write Amplification Factor (WAF), as the equation shown below, is a numerical value
representing the ratio between the amount of data that a SSD controller needs to write and the
amount of data that the host’s flash controller writes. A better WAF, which is near to 1, guarantees
better endurance and lower frequency of data written to flash memory.
WAF = (Lifetime write to flash) / (Lifetime write to host)
Endurance measurement is based on JDEC 219 workload and verified with following workload conditions,
 PreCond%full = 100%
 Trim commands enabled
 Random data pattern.

SQFlash 830 2.5” SSD TBW
WAF
TBW
SLC
Ultra MLC
MLC
64 GB
1.4353
4354
1306
131
128 GB
1.4275
8757
2627
263
256 GB
1.4214
17588
5276
528
512 GB
1.4198
35216
10565
1056
1 TB
1.4137
--
21221
2122
2 TB
1.4036
--
--
4275
TBW consider with warranty period of time can also be presented by DWPD (Drive Write per Day) as below.
DWPD = TBW / SSD Capacity / Warranty Days (3 years *365)

SQFlash 830 2.5” SSD DWPD
Warranty
DWPD
SLC
Ultra MLC
MLC
64 GB
3 years
63.63
19.09
1.91
128 GB
3 years
63.97
19.19
1.92
256 GB
3 years
64.25
19.27
1.93
512 GB
3 years
64.32
19.30
1.93
1 TB
3 years
--
19.38
1.94
2 TB
3 years
--
--
1.95
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4.

General Description
Error Correction Code (ECC)
Flash memory cells will deteriorate with use, which might generate random bit errors in the stored data. Thus,
SQFlash 830 series PCIe SSD applies the BCH ECC algorithm, which can detect and correct errors occur
during read process, ensure data been read correctly, as well as protect data from corruption.

Wear Leveling
NAND flash devices can only undergo a limited number of program/erase cycles, and in most cases, the
flash media are not used evenly. If some areas get updated more frequently than others, the lifetime of the
device would be reduced significantly. Thus, Wear Leveling is applied to extend the lifespan of NAND Flash
by evenly distributing write and erase cycles across the media.
SQFlash provides advanced Wear Leveling algorithm, which can efficiently spread out the flash usage
through the whole flash media area. Moreover, by implementing both dynamic and static Wear Leveling
algorithms, the life expectancy of the NAND flash is greatly improved.

Bad Block Management
Bad blocks are blocks that include one or more invalid bits, and their reliability is not guaranteed. Blocks that
are identified and marked as bad by the manufacturer are referred to as “Initial Bad Blocks”. Bad blocks that
are developed during the lifespan of the flash are named “Later Bad Blocks”. SQFlash implements an
efficient bad block management algorithm to detect the factory-produced bad blocks and manages any bad
blocks that appear with use. This practice further prevents data being stored into bad blocks and improves
the data reliability.

Power Loss Protection: Flush Manager
Power Loss Protection is a mechanism to prevent data loss during unexpected power failure. DRAM is a
volatile memory and frequently used as temporary cache or buffer between the controller and the NAND
flash to improve the SSD performance. However, one major concern of the DRAM is that it is not able to
keep data during power failure. Accordingly, SQFlash SSD applies the Flush Manager technology, only when
the data is fully committed to the NAND flash will the controller send acknowledgement (ACK) to the host.
Such implementation can prevent false-positive performance and the risk of power cycling issues.
In addition, it is critical for a controller to shorten the time the in-flight data stays in the controller internal
cache. Thus, SQFlash applies an algorithm to reduce the amount of data resides in the cache to provide a
better performance. With Flush Manager, incoming data would only have a “pit stop” in the cache and then
move to NAND flash directly. Also, the onboard DDR will be treated as an “organizer” to consolidate
incoming data into groups before written into the flash to improve write amplification.

TRIM
TRIM is a feature which helps improve the read/write performance and speed of solid-state drives (SSD).
Unlike hard disk drives (HDD), SSDs are not able to overwrite existing data, so the available space gradually
becomes smaller with each use. With the TRIM command, the operating system can inform the SSD which
blocks of data are no longer in use and can be removed permanently. Thus, the SSD will perform the erase
action, which prevents unused data from occupying blocks all the time.

SMART
SMART, an acronym for Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, is an open standard that allows
a hard disk drive to automatically detect its health and report potential failures. When a failure is recorded by
SMART, users can choose to replace the drive to prevent unexpected outage or data loss. Moreover,
SMART can inform users of impending failures while there is still time to perform proactive actions, such as
copy data to another device.
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
Over-Provision
Over Provisioning refers to the inclusion of extra NAND capacity in a SSD, which is not visible and cannot be
used by users. With Over Provisioning, the performance and IOPS (Input/Output Operations per Second)
are improved by providing the controller additional space to manage P/E cycles, which enhances the
reliability and endurance as well. Moreover, the write amplification of the SSD becomes lower when the
controller writes data to the flash.
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
Block Diagram

LBA value
Density
64 GB
128 GB
256 GB
512 GB
1 TB
2 TB
LBA
125,045,424
250,069,680
500,118,192
1,000,215,216
2,000,409,264
4,000,797,360
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5.
Pin Assignment and Description
5.1 2.5” SATA-SSD Interface Pin Assignments (Signal Segment)
Pin #
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
S7
Function
GND
A+
AGND
BB+
GND
Description
nd
2 mate
Differential signal pair A
nd
2 mate
Differential signal pair B
nd
2 mate
5.2 2.5” SATA-SSD Interface Pin Assignments (Power Segment)
Pin #
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
Function
Not Used (3.3V)
Not Used (3.3V)
Not Used (3.3V Pre-Charge)
GND
GND
GND
5V Pre-Charge
5V
5V
GND
LED pin
GND
Not Used (12V Pre-Charge)
Not Used (12V)
Not Used (12V)
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5.3 Hardware Quick Erase
 The Hardware Quick Erase is a function of overall destroy. Once the function is
triggered, the SSD controller will set erase flag and reset AES key within 10ms and
then wipe all the content in Flash IC and. SSD data will be inaccessible immediately
and will be in erase mode before erase process is completed. Even there is power
failure during the process, erase will be carried on after power resume. Optionally, the
function can be set to several different erase protocol, also, can be set to end up with
removing firmware and mapping table to make SSD become unusable anymore.
 Schematic and layout
 Default setting  all open
 GPIO erase  short pin1 and pin2
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6.
Identify Device Data
The Identity Device Data enables Host to receive parameter information from the device. The parameter
words in the buffer have the arrangement and meanings defined in below table. All reserve bits or words
are zero
Word
ATA Identify Parameter
0 General configuration
1 Number of cylinders in the default CHS translation
2 Specific configuration
3 Number of heads in the default CHS translation
4-5 Retired
6 Number of sectors per track in the default CHS translation
7-8 Reserved for the CFA
9 Obsolete
10-19 Serial number
20 Retired
21 Retired
22 Obsolete
23-26 Firmware revision
27-46 Model number
47 READ/WRITE MULTIPLE commands function
48 Trusted Computing feature set options
49 Capabilities
50 Capabilities
51-52 Obsolete
53 field validity
54 Number of cylinders in the current CHS translation
55 Number of heads in the current CHS translation
56 Number of sectors per track in the current CHS translation
57-58 Current capacity in sectors
59 Multiple sector setting
60-61 Total number of user addressable logical sectors for 28-bit commands
62 Obsolete
63 Multiword DMA modes
64 PIO mode supported
65 Minimum Multiword DMA transfer cycle time per word
66 Manufacturer's recommended Multiword DMA transfer cycle time
67 Minimum PIO transfer cycle time without flow control
68 Minimum PIO transfer cycle time with IORDY flow control
69 Additional Supported
70-73 Reserved
74 Reserved
75 Queue depth
76 Serial ATA Capabilities
77 Supported Serial ATA Phy speed
78 Serial ATA features supported
Value
0040h
3FFFh
C837h
0010h
0000h
003Fh
0000h
0000h
ASCII
0000h
0000h
0000h
ASCII
ASCII
8010h
4000h
2F00h
4000h
0000h
0007h
3FFFh
0010h
003Fh
00FBFC10h
0110h
*3
0000h
0407h
0003h
0078h
0078h
0078h
0078h
5F20h
0000h
0000h
001Fh
E70Eh
0006/0004/0002h
054Ch
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79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98-99
100-103
104
105
106
107
108-111
112-115
116
117-118
119
120
121-124
125-126
127
128
129-159
160
161-164
165-167
168
169
170-173
174-175
176-205
206
Serial ATA features enabled
Major version number
Minor version number
Commands and feature sets supported
Commands and feature sets supported
Commands and feature sets supported
Commands and feature sets supported or enabled
Commands and feature sets supported or enabled
Commands and feature sets supported or enabled
Ultra DMA modes
Time required for Normal Erase mode SECURITY ERASE UNIT command
Time required for an Enhanced Erase mode SECURITY ERASE UNIT
command
Current APM level value
Master Password Identifier
Hardware reset result
Current AAM value
Stream Minimum Request Size
Streaming Transfer Time - DMA
Streaming Access Latency -DMA and PIO
Streaming Performance Granularity
Total Number of User Addressable Logical Sectors for 48-bit commands
Streaming Transfer Time - PIO
Maximum number of 512-byte blocks of LBA Range Entries per DATA
SET MANAGEMENT command
Physical sector size / logical sector size
Inter-seek delay for ISO 7999 standard acoustic testing
World wide name
Reserved
Reserved for TLC
Logical sector size
Commands and feature sets supported
Commands and feature sets supported or enabled
Reserved for expanded supported and enabled settings
Reserved for expanded supported and enabled settings
Obsolete
Security status
Vendor specific
CFA power mode
Reserved for the CFA
Reserved for the CFA
Device Nominal Form Factor
DATA SET MANAGEMENT is supported
Additional Product Identifier
Reserved
Current media serial number
SCT Command Transport
0040h
03F8h
0000h
746Bh
7D09h
4163h
7469h
BC09h
4163h
007Fh
0001h
0001h
00FEh
FFFEh
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
*4
0000h
0008h
4000h
0000h
Vender Specific
0000h
0000h
0000h
401Ch
401Ch
0000h
0000h
0000h
0021h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0003h
0001h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0039h
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207-208
209
210-211
212-213
214
215-216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224-227
228-229
230-233
234
235
236-239
240-242
243
244-247
248-251
252-254
255
Reserved for CE-ATA
Alignment of logical blocks within a physical block
Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 3
Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 2
NV Cache Capabilities
NV Cache Size in Logical Blocks
Nominal media rotation rate
Reserved
NV Cache Options
Current mode of the Write-Read-Verify feature set
Reserved
Transport major version number
Transport minor version number
Reversed for CE-ATA
Reversed for CE-ATA
Extend Number of User Addressable Sectors
Minimum number of 512-byte data blocks per DOWNLOAD
MICROCODE command for mode 03h
Maximum number of 512-byte data blocks per DOWNLOAD
MICROCODE command for mode 03h
Reserved
Reserved
Security feature
4000 : Self Encrypting Drive
Reserved
Reserved
Reserved
Integrity word
Capacity
(GB)
60
120
240
480
960
*1
(Word 1/Word 54)
-3FFFh
3FFFh
3FFFh
3FFFh
*2
(Word 57 – 58)
-FBFC10h
FBFC10h
FBFC10h
FBFC10h
*3
(Word 60 – 61)
-DF94BB0h
FFFFFFFh
FFFFFFFh
FFFFFFFh
0000h
4000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0001h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
107Fh
0000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
0001h
FFFFh
0000h
0000h
4000h
0000h
0000h
0000h
xxA5h
*4
(Word 100 – 103)
-DF94BB0h
1BF244B0h
37E436B0h
6FC81AB0h
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7.
ATA Command Set
[Command Set List]
Op-Code
Command Description
Op-Code
Command Description
00h
NOP
60h
Read FPDMA Queued
06h
Data Set Management
61h
Write FPDMA Queued
10h
Recalibrate
70h
Seek
20h
Read Sectors
90h
Execute Device Diagnostic
21h
Read Sectors without Retry
91h
Initialize Device Parameters
24h
Read Sectors EXT
92h
Download Microcode
25h
Read DMA EXT
93h
Download Microcode DMA
27h
Read Native Max Address EXT
B0h
SMART
29h
Read Multiple EXT
B0h
D0h
SMART READ DATA
2Fh
Read Log EXT
B0h
D1h
SMART READ DATA ATTRIBUTE
THRESHOLD
30h
Write Sectors
B0h
D2h
SMART ENABLE/DISABLE ATTRIBUTE
AUTOSAVE
31h
Write Sectors without Retry
B0h
D3h
SMART SAVE ATTRIBUTE VALUES
34h
Write Sectors EXT
B0h
D4h
SMART EXECUTE OFF-LINE
IMMEDIATE
35h
Write DMA EXT
B0h
D5h
SMART READ LOG
37h
Set Native Max Address EXT
B0h
D6h
SMART WRITE LOG
39h
Write Multiple EXT
B0h
D8h
SMART ENABLE OPERATIONS
3Dh
Write DMA FUA EXT
B0h
D9h
SMART DISABLE OPERATIONS
3Fh
Write Long EXT
B0h
DAh
SMART RETURN STATUS
40h
Read Verify Sectors
B0h
DBh
SMART ENABLE/DISABLE
AUTOMATIC OFF-LINE
41h
Read Verify Sectors without Retry
B1h
42h
Read Verify Sectors EXT
B1h
C0h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION RESTORE
45h
Write Uncorrectable EXT
B1h
C1h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION FREEZE
LOCK
47h
Read Log DMA EXT
B1h
C2h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION IDENTIFY
57h
Write Log DMA EXT
B1h
C3h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION SET
B1h C4h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION IDENTIFY
DMA
ECh
Identify Device
B1h C5h
DEVICE CONFIGURATION SET DMA
EFh
Set Features
C4h
Read Multiple
EFh
DEVICE CONFIGURATION OVERLAY
02h
Enable 8-bit PIO transfer mode
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C5h
Write Multiple
EFh
03h
Set transfer mode based on value in
Count field
C6h
Set Multiple Mode
EFh
05h
Enable advanced power
management
C8h
Read DMA
EFh
10h
Enable use of Serial ATA feature
C9h
Read DMA without Retry
EFh
10h 02h
Enable DMA Setup FIS Auto-Activate
optimization
CAh
Write DMA
EFh
10h 03h
Enable Device-initiated interface
power state (DIPM) transitions
CBh
Write DMA without Retry
EFh
10h 06h
Enable Software Settings
Preservation (SSP)
CEh
Write Multiple FUA EXT
EFh
10h 07h
Enable Device Automatic Partial to
Slumber transitions
E0h
Standby Immediate
EFh
10h 09h Enable Device Sleep
E1h
Idle Immediate
EFh
55h
Disable read look-ahead feature
E2h
Standby
EFh
66h
Disable reverting to power-on
defaults
E3h
Idle
EFh
82h
Disable write cache
E4h
Read Buffer
EFh
85h
Disable advanced power
management
E5h
Check Power Mode
EFh
90h
Disable use of Serial ATA feature set
E6h
Sleep
EFh
90h 02h
Disable DMA Setup FIS Auto-Activate
optimization
E7h
Flush Cache
EFh
90h 03h
Disable Device-initiated interface
power state (DIPM) transitions
E8h
Write Buffer
EFh
90h 06h
Disable Software Settings
Preservation (SSP)
E9h
Read Buffer DMA
EFh
90h 07h
Disable Device Automatic Partial to
Slumber transitions
EAh
Flush Cache EXT
EFh
90h 09h Disable Device Sleep
EBh
Write Buffer DMA
EFh
AAh
EFh
CCh
Enable
reverting
to
F4h
power-on
defaults
Security Erase Unit
F1h
Security Set Password
F5h
Security Freeze Lock
F2h
Security Unlock
F6h
Security Disable Password
F3h
Security Erase Prepare
F8h
Read Native Max Address
Enable read look-ahead feature
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Note: ND = Non-Data Command
PI = PIO Data-In Command
PO = PIO Data-Out Command
DM = DMA Command
DD = Execute Diagnostic Command
[Command Set Descriptions]
1. CHECK POWER MODE (code: E5h);
This command allow host to determine the current power mode of the device.
2. DOWNLOAD MICROCODE (code: 92h);
This command enable the host to alter the device’s microcode. The data transferred using the
DOWNLOAD MICROCODE command is vendor specific.
All transfers shall be an integer multiple of the sector size. The size of the data transfer is determined by
the content of the LBA Low register and the Sector Count register.
This allows transfer sizes from 0 bytes to 33,553,920 bytes, in 512bytes increments.
3. EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC (code: 90h);
This command performs the internal diagnostic tests implemented by the module.
4. FLUSH CACHE (code: E7h);
This command used by the host to request the device to flush the write cache.
5. FLUSH CACHE EXT (code: EAh);
This command is used by the host to request the device to flush the write cache. If there is data in the
write cache, that data shall be written to the media.
6. IDENTIFY DEVICE (code: ECh);
The IDENTIFY DEVICE command enables the host to receive parameter information from the module.
7. IDLE (code: 97h or E3h);
This command allows the host to place the module in the IDLE mode and also set the Standby timer.
INTRQ may be asserted even through the module may not have fully transitioned to IDLE mode. If the
Sector Count register is non-”0”, then the Standby timer shall be enabled. The value in the Sector Count
register shall be used to determine the time programmed into the Standby timer. If the Sector Count
register is “0” then the Standby timer is disabled.
8. IDLE IMMEDIATE (code: E1h);
This command causes the module to set BSY, enter the Idle (Read) mode, clear BSY and generate an
interrupt.
9. INITIALIZE DEVICE PARAMETERS (code: 91h);
This command enables the host to set the number of sectors per track and the number of heads per
cylinder.
10. NOP (code: 00h);
If this command is issued, the module respond with command aborted.
11. READ BUFFER (code: E4h);
This command enables the host to read the current contents of the module's sector buffer.
12. READ DMA (code: C8h or C9h);
This command reads from “1” to “256” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register using the DMA
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data transfer protocol. A sector count of “0” requests “256” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the
sector specified in the Sector Number register.
13. READ DMA Ext (code: 25h);
This command allows the host to read data using the DMA data transfer protocol.
14. READ MULTIPLE (code: C4h);
This command performs similarly to the READ SECTORS command. Interrupts are not generated on
each sector, but on the transfer of a block which contains the number of sector per block is defined by the
content of word 59 in the IDENTIFY DEVICE response.
15. READ MULTIPLE EXT (code: 29h);
This command performs similarly to the READ SECTORS command. The number of sectors per block is
defined by a successful SET MULTIPLE command. If no successful SET MULTIPLE command has been
issued, the block is defined by the device’s default value for number of sectors per block as defined in
bits (7:0) in word 47 in the IDENTIFY DEVICE information.
16. READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS (code: F8h);
This command returns the native maximum address. The native maximum address is the highest
address accepted by the device in the factory default condition.
17. READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS EXT (code: 27h);
This command returns the native maximum address.
18. READ SECTOR(S) (code: 20h or 21h);
This command reads from “1” to “256” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register. A sector count of
“0” requests “256” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the sector specified in the Sector Number
register.
19. READ SECTOR(S) EXT (code: 24h);
This command reads from “1” to “65536” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register. A sector count
of “0” requests “65536” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the sector specified in the Sector Number
register.
20. READ VERIFY SECTOR(S) (code: 40h or 41h);
This command is identical to the READ SECTORS command, except that DRQ is never set and no data
is transferred to the host.
21. READ VERIFY SECTOR(S) EXT (code: 42h);
This command is identical to the READ SECTORS command, except that DRQ is never set and no data
is transferred to the host.
22. RECALIBRATE (code: 1Xh);
This command return value is select address mode by the host request.
23. SECURITY DISABLE PASSWORD (code: F6h);
This command transfers 512 bytes of data from the host. Table defines the content of this information. If
the password selected by word 0 match the password previously saved by the device, the device shall
disable the Lock mode. This command shall not change the Master password. The Master password
shall be reactivated when a User password is set.
24. SECURITY ERASE PREPARE (code: F3h);
This command shall be issued immediately before the SECURITY ERASE UNIT command to enable
device eraseing and unlocking.
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25. SECURITY ERASE UNIT (code: F4h);
This command transfer 512 bytes of data from the host. Table## defines the content of this information. If
the password does not match the password previously saved by the device, the device shall reject the
command with command aborted.
The SECURITY ERASE PREPARE command shall be completed immediately prior to the SECURITY
ERASE UNIT command.
26. SECURITY FREEZE LOCK (code: F5h);
This command shall set the device to frozen mode. After command completion any other commands that
update the device Lock mode shall be command aborted. Frozen shall be disabled by power-off or
hardware reset.
If SECURITY FREEZE LOCK is issued when the drive is in frozen mode, the drive executes the
command and remains in frozen mode.
27. SECURITY SET PASSWORD (code: F1h);
This command transfer 512 bytes of data from the host. Table defines the content of this information. The
data transferred controls the function of this command. Table defines the interaction of the identifier and
security level bits.
28. SECURITY UNLOCK (code: F2h);
This command transfer 512 bytes of data from the host. Table (as Disable Password) defines the content
of this information.
If the Identifier bit is set to Master and the device is in high security level, then the password supplied
shall be compared with the stored Master password. If the device is in maximum security level then the
unlock shall be rejected.
If the identifier bit is set to user then the device shall compare the supplied password with the stored User
password.
If the password compare fails then the device shall return command aborted to the host and decrements
the unlock counter. This counter shall be initially set to five and shall be decremented for each password
mismatch when SECURITY UNLOCK is issued and the device is locked. When this counter reachs zero
then SECURITY UNLOCK and SECURITY ERASE UNIT command shall be aborted unitl a power-on or
a hardware reset.
29. SEEK (code: 7Xh);
This command performs address range check.
30. SET MAX ADDRESS (code: F9h);
After successful command completion, all read and write access attempts to address greater than
specified by the successful SET MAX ADDRESS command shall be rejected with an IDNF error.
IDENTIFY DEVICE response words (61:60) shall reflect the maximum address set with this command.
31. SET MAX ADDRESS EXT (code: 37h);
After successful command completion, all read and write access attempts to address greater than
specified by the successful SET MAX ADDRESS command shall be rejected with an IDNF error.
IDENTIFY DEVICE response words (61:60) shall reflect the maximum address set with this command.
32. SET FEATURE (code: EFh);
This command is used by the host to establish parameters that affect the execution of certain device
features.
33. SET MULTIPLE MODE (code: C6h);
This command enables the device to perform READ and Write Multiple operations and establishes the
block count for these commands.
34. SLEEP (code: 99h or E6h);
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This command causes the module to set BSY, enter the Sleep mode, clear BSY and generate an
interrupt.
35. SMART READ DATA (code: B0h with Feature register value of D0h);
This command returns the Device SMART data structure to the host.
36. SMART ENABLE/DISABLE AUTO SAVE (code: B0h with Feature register value of D2h);
This command enables and disables the optional attribute autosave feature of the device.
37. SMART EXECUTE OFF_LINE (code: B0h with Feature register value of D4h);
This command cause the device to immediately initiate the optional set of activities that collect SMART
data in an off-line mode and then save this data to the device’s non-volatile memory, or execute a
self-diagnostic test routine in either captive or off-line mode.
38. SMART READ LOG (code: B0h with Feature register value of D5h);
This command returns the specified log data to the host.
39. SMART ENABLE OPERATION (code: B0h with Feature register value of D8h);
This command enables access to all SMART capabilities within the device. Prior to receipt of this
command SMART data are neither monitored nor saved by the device.
40. SMART DISABLE OPERATION (code: B0h with Feature register value of D9h);
This command disables all SMART capabilities within the device including any and all timer and event
count functions related exclusively to this feature. After command acceptance the device shall disable all
SMART operations.
After receipt of this command by the device, all other SMART commands including SMART DISABLE
OPERATION commands, with exception of SMART ENABLE OPERATIONS, are disabled and invalid
and shall be command aborted by the device.
41. SMART RETURN STATUS (code: B0h with Feature register value of DAh);
This command cause the device to communicate the reliability status of the device to the host.
42. STANDBY (code: E2h);
This command causes the module to set BSY, enter the Standby mode, clear BSY and return the
interrupt immediately.
43. STANDBY IMMEDIATE (code: E0h);
This command causes the module to set BSY, enter the Standby mode, clear BSY and return the
interrupt immediately.
44. WRITE BUFFER (code: E8h);
This command enables the host to overwrite contents of the module’s sector buffer with any data pattern
desired.
45. WRITR DMA (code: CAh or CBh);
This command writes from “1” to “256” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register using the DMA
data transfer protocol. A sector count of “0” requests “256” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the
sector specified in the Sector Number register.
46. WRITR DMA EXT (code: 35h);
This command writes from “1” to “65536” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register using the DMA
data transfer protocol. A sector count of “0” requests “65536” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the
sector specified in the Sector Number register.
47. WRITE MULTIPLE (code: C5h);
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This command is similar to the WRITE SECTORS command. Interrupts are not presented on each sector,
but on the transfer of a block which contains the number of sectors defined by Set Multiple command.
48. WRITE MULTIPLE EXT (code: 39h);
This command is similar to the WRITE SECTORS command. Interrupts are not presented on each sector,
but on the transfer of a block which contains the number of sectors defined by Set Multiple command.
49. WRITE SECTOR(S) (code: 30h);
This command writes from “1” to “256” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register. A sector count of
“0” requests “256” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the sector specified in the Sector Number
register.
50. WRITE SECTOR(S) EXT (code: 34h);
This command writes from “1” to “65536” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register. A sector count
of “0” requests “65536” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the sector specified in the Sector Number
register.
51. WRITE SECTOR(S) W/O ERASE (code: 38h);
This command writes from “1” to “256” sectors as specified in the Sector Count register. A sector count of
“0” requests “256” sectors transfer. The transfer begins at the sector specified in the Sector Number
register.
52. WRITE VERIFY (code: 3Ch);
This command is similar to the WRITE SECTOR(S) command, except that each sector is verified before
the command is completed.
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8.
System Power Consumption
8.1 Supply Voltage
Parameter
Rating
Operating Voltage
5V
8.2 Power Consumption
mA
SLC
Ultra
MLC
MLC
Read
Write
Idle
Slumber
64 GB
420.00
480.00
TBD
TBD
128 GB
430.00
492.00
TBD
TBD
256 GB
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
512 GB
TBD
TBD
TBD
TBD
64 GB
412.00
466.00
76.00
52.00
128 GB
430.00
720.00
73.00
51.00
256 GB
447.00
874.00
75.00
53.00
512 GB
504.00
890.00
80.00
56.00
1 TB
598.10
959.50
81.40
56.10
64 GB
400.00
460.00
77.00
50.00
128 GB
412.00
466.00
76.00
52.00
256 GB
430.00
720.00
73.00
51.00
512 GB
447.00
874.00
75.00
53.00
1 TB
504.00
890.00
80.00
56.00
2 TB
598.10
959.50
81.40
56.10
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9.
Physical Dimension
2.5” SATA SSD (Unit: mm)
(Top View)
(Side View)
(Bottom View)
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Appendix: Part Number Table
Product
Advantech PN
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G SLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25S8-64G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G SLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25S8-128G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G SLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25S8-256G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G SLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25S8-512G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G SLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25S8-64G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G SLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25S8-128G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G SLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25S8-256G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G SLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25S8-512G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G UMLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25U8-64G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G UMLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25U8-128G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G UMLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25U8-256G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G UMLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25U8-512G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 1T UMLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25U8-1T-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G UMLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25U8-64G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G UMLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25U8-128G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G UMLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25U8-256G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G UMLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25U8-512G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 1T UMLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25U8-1T-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-64G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-128G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-256G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-512G-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 1T MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-1T-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 2T MLC (0~70°C)
SQF-S25M8-2T-SAC
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 64G MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-64G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 128G MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-128G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 256G MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-256G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 512G MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-512G-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 1T MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-1T-SAE
SQF 2.5 SATA SSD 830 2T MLC (-40~85°C)
SQF-S25M8-2T-SAE
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