Intel® Solid State Drive Pro 2500 Series Product Specification, M.2

Intel® Solid State Drive Pro 2500 Series Product Specification, M.2

Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (M.2)

Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (M.2)

Product Specification

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Capacities: 180GB, 240GB, 360GB

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Form Factors:

 80mm (single-sided) 2280-S2-B-M (180GB) and (double-sided) 2280-D2-B-M

(240GB and 360GB)

 60mm (double-sided) 2260-D2-B-M

(180GB and 240GB)

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Thickness: up to 3.58 mm

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Weight: <10 grams

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SATA 6Gb/s Bandwidth Performance

1

(IOMeter* Queue Depth 32)

 Sustained Sequential Read: up to 540MB/s

 Sustained Sequential Write: up to 490MB/s

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Read and Write IOPS

1

(IOMeter Queue Depth 32)

 Random 4KB Reads: up to 45,000 IOPS

 Random 4KB Writes: up to 80,000 IOPS 2

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Data Compression

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Intel® Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP)

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Security and Manageability Compatibility

 Intel® Core® vPro® Processor

Intel® Setup and Configuration Software

(Intel® SCS)

 AES 256-bit Encryption

 Trusted Computing Group* (TCG*) Opal Security

Subsystem Class (SSC) Specification Version 2.0 features

 Windows eDrive*

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Additional Compatibility

 Intel® SSD Toolbox with Intel® SSD Optimizer

Intel® Data Migration Software

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

 SATA Revision 3.2

 ACS-3 (ATA/ATAPI Command Set 3)

 SSD Enhanced SMART ATA feature set

 Intel® Dynamic Platform Thermal Framework

(Intel® DPTF)

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End-to-End Data Protection

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Power Management

 3.3 V SATA Supply Rail

 SATA Link Power Management (LPM)

 Advanced Power Management (APM)

Device Sleep (DevSleep)

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Power

 Active (BAPCo MobileMark* 2007 Workload):

140 mW

 Idle 3 : 55 mW

DevSleep: 200 µW

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Temperature

Operating 4 : 0 o C to 70

Non-Operating: -55 o o C

C to 95 o C

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Reliability

— Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER):

<1 sector per 10 16 bits read

— Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF):

1.2 million hours

— Shock (operating and non-operating):

1,000 G/0.5 ms

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Vibration

— Operating: 2.17 G

RMS

(5-700Hz)

— Non-operating: 3.13 G

RMS

(5-800Hz)

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Certifications and Declarations:

 UL*

 CE*

 C-Tick*

BSMI*

 KCC*

 Microsoft* WHCK

 VCCI*

 SATA-IO*

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Product Ecological Compliance

 RoHS*

NOTES:

1.

2.

3.

4.

Performance values vary by capacity.

Random 4KB writes measured using out-of-box SSD.

Non-DevSleep idle power with SATA Link Power Management (LPM) enabled.

As measured by temperature sensor, SMART Attribute BEh. Active airflow is recommended within the system for maintaining proper device operating temperatures on heavier workloads.

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Contents

1 Introduction .................................................................................................................. 5

1.1

Revision History .............................................................................................................. 6

1.2

Terminology .................................................................................................................. 6

1.3

Reference Documents ....................................................................................................... 7

2 Product Specifications ..................................................................................................... 8

2.1

Capacity ........................................................................................................................ 8

2.2

Performance .................................................................................................................. 8

2.3

Electrical Characteristics .................................................................................................... 9

2.4

Environmental Conditions ................................................................................................. 10

2.4.1

Temperature, Shock, Vibration ......................................................................... 10

2.4.2

Altitude .......................................................................................................... 10

2.5

Product Regulatory Compliance ......................................................................................... 11

2.6

Reliability ..................................................................................................................... 12

3 Mechanical Information .................................................................................................. 13

4 Pin and Signal Descriptions ............................................................................................. 16

4.1

Pin Locations ................................................................................................................ 16

4.2

Signal Descriptions ......................................................................................................... 17

4.3

Device Sleep Feature ....................................................................................................... 18

5 Supported Command and Feature Sets .............................................................................. 19

5.1

Supported ATA General Feature Command Set ....................................................................... 19

5.2

Advanced Power Management (APM) ................................................................................... 21

5.3

Security ....................................................................................................................... 22

5.3.1

Sanitization Methods ....................................................................................... 22

5.3.2

TCG Opal SSC Support .................................................................................... 22

5.3.3

Windows eDrive* ............................................................................................ 23

5.4

Device Statistics ............................................................................................................. 23

5.5

Software Settings Preservation ........................................................................................... 24

5.6

DevSleep ..................................................................................................................... 24

5.7

SMART Command Transport ............................................................................................. 25

5.8

SMART Attributes ........................................................................................................... 25

5.9

SMART Logs.................................................................................................................. 28

6 Certifications and Declarations ........................................................................................ 29

7 Appendix .................................................................................................................... 30

7.1

Identify Device ............................................................................................................... 30

7.2

Models ........................................................................................................................ 34

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Tables

Table 1:

Table 2:

Table 3:

Table 4:

Table 5:

Table 6:

Table 7:

Table 8:

Terminology ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

Standard References...................................................................................................................................................................... 7

User Addressable Sectors ........................................................................................................................................................... 8

Compressible Performance ........................................................................................................................................................ 8

Incompressible Performance ..................................................................................................................................................... 8

Latency ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9

Operating Voltage and Power Consumption...................................................................................................................... 9

Temperature, Shock, Vibration .............................................................................................................................................. 10

Table 9: Product Regulatory Compliance Specifications ............................................................................................................. 11

Table 10: Reliability Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................... 12

Table 11: M.2 Serial ATA Power Pin Definitions ................................................................................................................................. 17

Table 12: Supported ATA Commands and Feature Sets ................................................................................................................ 19

Table 13: APM Subcommand Codes for Power Management and Definitions .................................................................... 21

Table 14: APM Subcommand Codes for Thermal Power Management and Definitions ................................................. 22

Table 15: Supported Secure Erase Modes and Definitions ........................................................................................................... 22

Table 16: Supported Sanitize Device Modes and Definitions ...................................................................................................... 22

Table 17: ID Device Changes with Opal Activation ............................................................................................................................ 23

Table 18: Device Statistics Log ................................................................................................................................................................... 23

Table 19: Preserved Software Settings ................................................................................................................................................... 24

Table 20: DevSleep Control Parameters ................................................................................................................................................ 25

Table 21: SMART Attributes ......................................................................................................................................................................... 25

Table 22: SMART Attribute Status Flags ................................................................................................................................................ 28

Table 23: Device Certifications and Declarations ............................................................................................................................... 29

Table 24: Identify Device Returned Sector Data ................................................................................................................................. 30

Table 25: Available Models ........................................................................................................................................................................... 34

Figures

Figure 1:

Figure 2:

Figure 3:

Figure 4:

Dimensions for 80 mm single-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2280-S2-B-M) 180GB ................................. 13

Dimensions for 80 mm double-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2280-D2-B-M) 240GB and 360GB ..... 14

Dimensions for 60 mm double-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2260-D2-B-M) 180GB .............................. 15

Layout of Signal and Power Segment Pins ....................................................................................................................... 16

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1 Introduction

This document describes the specifications and capabilities of the Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (Intel®

SSD Pro 2500 Series).

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series delivers the next generation of Professional storage solution with enhanced security and manageability features, power-efficient performance, and lower total cost of ownership. The latest generation of the Intel® SSD Professional Family supports Trusted Computing Group* (TCG*) Opal version 2.0 features and is

Microsoft eDrive* capable, although “off” is the eDrive factory default out-of-box setting. In addition, Intel’s proven reliability and low power consumption provide an enhanced mobile experience.

Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series also offers the following additional key features:

Security and Manageability Features

Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series is a hardware-based self-encrypting drive (SED) enhanced with Opal 2.0* security features. The TCG Opal specification describes a secure boot capability (pre-boot authentication), protection for user data, and administrative capabilities, improving security of critical data at rest. Manageability options are expanded when the Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series is coupled with the latest Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor systems and software such as Intel® Set-up & Configuration Service (Intel® SCS) with the Intel® SSD Pro Plug-in. Offering unique manageability options, IT Administrators can proactively manage the Intel® Solid-State Drive Professional Family and reduce deployment costs while keeping their PCs running smoothly.

Quality and Reliability Capabilities

Quality and reliability are the cornerstones of Intel® SSD Products and the Intel SSD Pro 2500 is no different.

Limiting employee down-time is critical; the reliability of the Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series is key for Low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

Power-Efficient Performance

The new advanced low power modes enable longer battery life and greater mobility. In addition, the Intel SSD Pro

2500 Series provides higher performance throughput for the most demanding workloads.

Stability

Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series is part of the Intel® Stable Image Platform Program (Intel® SIPP). Intel SIPP aligns key

Intel platform components, enabling a predictable transition from one technology generation to the next with minimal compatibility issues. Enhancing software and hardware stability, Intel SIPP aligns with key Intel platform components and drivers and is currently available for at least 15 months post platform Intel SIPP availability.

Tools

Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series is aligned with the latest version of the Intel® SSD Toolbox for consumers and the Intel®

SSD Pro Administrator Tool for business and IT professionals. Intel tools provide key capabilities to maximize your

Intel SSD experience. (Visit www.intel.com/ssd to access the Tools panel for download.)

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1.1 Revision History

Revision Number

001

002

003

Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (M.2)

Description

Initial release

Corrections to Temperature and Notes following Table 8.

Corrected wording in Section 5.3.2 from FIPS 197 certified to FIPS 197 compliant

Revision Date

July 2014

October 2014

October 2016

LPM

MB

MLC

MTBF

NCQ

HDD

HIPM

I/O

IOPS

KB

LBA

Locking SP

1.2 Terminology

Table 1: Terminology

Term

AHCI*

APM

ATA

DAS

DevSleep

DIPM

DMA

DPTF eDrive

EXT

FPDMA

GB

Description

Advanced Host Controller Interface

Advanced Power Management

Advanced Technology Attachment

Device Activity Signal

Device Sleep

Device Initiated Power Management

Direct Memory Access

Dynamic Platform Thermal Framework

Microsoft* specification for a drive that complies to the TCG Opal 2.0 and IEEE 1667* standards

Extended

First Party Direct Memory Access

Gigabyte (1,000,000,000 bytes)

Note: The total usable capacity of the SSD may be less than the total physical capacity because a small portion of the capacity is used for NAND flash management and maintenance purposes.

Hard Disk Drive

Host Initiated Power Management

Input/Output

Input/Output Operations Per Second

Kilobyte (1,024 bytes)

Logical Block Address

Locking Security Provider

Link Power Management

Megabyte (1,000,000 bytes)

Multi-level Cell

Mean Time Between Failures

Native Command Queuing

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NOP

Term

Opal

PIO

PSID

RDT

RMS

SATA

SED

SMART

SSD

TCG

TYP

UBER

Description

No Operation

A Trusted Computing Group (TCG) standard that defines an interface for managing a

Self-Encrypting Drive (SED).

Programmed Input/Output

Physical presence Security ID

Reliability Demonstration Test

Root Mean Squared

Serial Advanced Technology Attachment

Self-Encrypting Drive

Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology

Solid-State Drive

Trusted Computing Group

Typical

Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate

1.3 Reference Documents

Table 2: Standard References

Date or Rev. #

Sept 2008

Dec 2008

June 2009

August 2010

Sept 2010

February 2012

Title Location

IEC 55022 Information Technology Equipment —

Radio disturbance Characteristics— Limits and methods of measurement CISPR22:2008 (Modified)

VCCI http://www.iec.ch/

RoHS http://www.vcci.jp/vcci_e/ http://qdms.intel.com/

Click Search MDDS Database and search for material description datasheet

IEC 55024 Information Technology Equipment —

Immunity characteristics— Limits and methods of measurement CISPR24:2010

Solid-State Drive (SSD) Requirements and

Endurance Test Method (JESD218) http://www.iec.ch/ http://www.jedec.org/standardsdocuments/docs/jesd218/

TCG Opal Specification Version 2.0 rev 1.0 http://www.trustedcomputinggroup.com/

August 2013

October 2013

Serial ATA Revision 3.2

ACS-3 Specification http://www.sata-io.org/ http://www.t13.org/

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2 Product Specifications

2.1 Capacity

Table 3: User Addressable Sectors

Capacity

180GB

240GB

360GB

Unformatted Capacity (Total User Addressable Sectors in LBA mode)

351,651,888

468,862,128

703,282,608

2.2 Performance

Table 4: Compressible Performance

Type

2280

2260

Capacity

180GB

240GB

360GB

180GB

240GB

Random

4KB Read

(up to) 1

IOPS

41,000

41,000

45,000

41,000

41,000

Random

4KB Write

(up to) 2

IOPS

80,000

80,000

33,000

80,000

80,000

Specification

Random

4KB Write

(TYP) 1

IOPS

49,000

49,000

28,500

49,000

49,000

Sequential

128KB Read 1

MB/s

540

540

540

540

540

Sequential

128KB Write 1

MB/s

490

490

490

490

490

Note:

1.

2.

Performance measured using IOMeter * with Queue Depth 32. Measurements are performed on 8 GB of Logical

Block Address (LBA) range on a full SSD.

Random 4 KB writes measured using out-of-box SSD.

Table 5: Incompressible Performance

Type

2280

2260

Capacity

180GB

240GB

360GB

180GB

240GB

Random

4KB Read

(up to) 1

IOPS

37,500

37,500

37,500

37,500

37,500

Random

4KB Write

(up to) 1

IOPS

17,000

Specification

Sequential

128KB Read

MB/s

455

1

23,000

10,000

510

525

17,000

23,000

540

510

Sequential

128KB Write 1

MB/s

165

225

230

165

225

Note:

1.

Performance measured using IOMeter * with Queue Depth 32

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Table 6: Latency

Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series Type 2280 Type 2260

Specification

180GB 240GB 360GB 180GB 240GB

Read 1

Write 1

Power On To Ready 2

Max Power On To Ready 3

Note:

1.

2.

3.

80 µs (TYP)

85 µs (TYP)

500 ms (TYP)

<10 s

Based on sequential 4KB using IOMeter with Queue Depth 1 workload with compressible (non-random) data pattern. Write Cache enabled.

Power On To Ready time assumes safe shutdown

Max Power On To Ready time assumes unsafe shutdown. Based on statistical measurement of 95% quality of service.

2.3 Electrical Characteristics

Table 7: Operating Voltage and Power Consumption

Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series Type 2280 Type 2260

Electrical Characteristics

180GB 240GB 360GB 180GB 240GB

Operating Voltage for 3.3 V (±5%)

Min

Max

Rise Time (Max/Min)

Fall Time (Max/Min)

Noise Tolerance

Min Off Time 1

Power Consumption (TYP)

Active

Idle 3

2

DevSleep 4

Thermal Power 5

Regulator Power 6

Note:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

3.8 W

4.1 W

4.5 W

4.9 W

3.14 V

3.47 V

100 ms / 0.1 ms

5 s / 1 ms

70 mV pp (10 Hz – 30 MHz)

1 s

140 mW

55 mW

200 µW

4.5 W

5.5 W

3.8 W

4.1 W

4.5 W

4.9 W

Minimum time from when power removed from drive (Vcc < 100 mV) to when power can be reapplied to drive.

Active power measured during execution of MobileMark* 2007 with SATA Link Power Management (LPM) enabled.

Non-DevSleep idle power with SATA Link Power Management (LPM) enabled.

Power consumption during DevSleep state.

Power measured during 128kB sequential writes with Queue Depth 32 workload using 100 ms sample period. This represents power that would be thermal load on system during heavy workloads.

Power measured during 128kB sequential writes with Queue Depth 32 workload using 500 us sample period. This represents power that system power supply would have to regulate for proper device operation.

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2.4 Environmental Conditions

2.4.1 Temperature, Shock, Vibration

Table 8: Temperature, Shock, Vibration

Electrical Characteristics

Module Temperature

Operating 1

Non-operating 2

Temperature Gradient 3

Operating

Non-operating

Humidity

Operating

Non-operating

Shock and Vibration

Shock 4

Operating

Non-operating

Vibration 5

Operating

Non-operating

2.13

Note:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Range

0° C – 70° C

-55° C – 95° C

30 (TYP)° C/hr

30 (TYP)° C/hr

5 – 95 %

5 – 95 %

1,000 G (Max) at 0.5 msec

1,000 G (Max) at 0.5 msec

2.17 GRMS (5-700 Hz) Max

3.13 GRMS (5-800 Hz) Max

Range

As measured by temperature sensor, SMART Attribute BEh. Active airflow is recommended within the system for maintaining proper device operating temperature on heavier workloads.

Please contact your Intel representative for details on the non-operating temperature range.

Temperature gradient measured without condensation.

Shock specifications assume SSD is mounted securely with the input vibration applied to the drive-mounting screws. Stimulus may be applied in the X, Y or Z axis. Shock specification is measured using peak acceleration and pulse width value.

Vibration specifications assume the SSD is mounted securely with the input vibration applied to the drive-mounting screws. Stimulus may be applied in the X, Y or Z axis. Vibration specification is measured using G Root Mean

Squared (GRMS) value.

2.13.1 Altitude

The drive is not sensitive to changes in atmospheric pressure because it has no moving parts. Drive tested under non-operational conditions to pressures representative of -1 K and +40 K feet.

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2.14 Product Regulatory Compliance

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series meets or exceeds the regulatory or certification requirements in the table below.

Table 9: Product Regulatory Compliance Specifications

Title Description

Region For Which

Conformity Declared

TITLE 47-Telecommunications CHAPTER 1—

FEDERAL COMMUNMICATIONS COMMISSION

PART 15 — RADIO FREQUENCY DEVICES

ICES-003, Issue 4 Interference-Causing

Equipment

Standard Digital Apparatus

IEC 55024 Information Technology Equipment

— Immunity characteristics— Limits and methods of measurement CISPR24:2010

IEC 55022 Information Technology Equipment

— Radio disturbance Characteristics— Limits and methods of measurement CISPR22:2008

(Modified)

FCC Part 15B Class B

USA

CAN/CSA – CEI/IEC CISPR 22-10 (Ref. CISPR

22:2008)

Canada

EN-55024: 2010 and its amendments

EN-55022: 2010 and its amendments

European Union

European Union

EN-60950-1 2 nd Edition

UL/CSA EN-60950-1 2 nd Edition

Information Technology Equipment — Safety —

Part 1: General Requirements

Information Technology Equipment — Safety —

Part 1: General Requirements

USA/Canada

USA/Canada

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2.15 Reliability

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series meets or exceeds SSD endurance and data retention requirements as specified in the JESD218 specification.

Table 10: Reliability Specifications

Parameter

Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER)

Uncorrectable bit error rate will not exceed one sector in the specified number of bits read. In the unlikely event of a non-recoverable read error, the SSD will report it as a read failure to the host; the sector in error is considered corrupt and is not returned to the host.

Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)

Mean Time Between Failures is estimated based on Telcordia* methodology and demonstrated through Reliability Demonstration Test (RDT).

Minimum Useful Life/Endurance Rating

The SSD will have a minimum of five years of useful life under typical client workloads with up to 20 GB of host writes per day.

Insertion Cycles

Maximum insertion/removal cycles on M.2 port

< 1 sector per 10 16 bits read

≥ 1.2 million hours

5 years

Value

250 insertion/removal cycles

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3 Mechanical Information

The figure below shows the mechanical information for the 80 mm and 60 mm height, M.2 Intel® SSD Pro 2500

Series. All dimensions are in millimeters.

Figure 1: Dimensions for 80 mm single-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2280-S2-B-M) 180GB

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Figure 2: Dimensions for 80 mm double-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2280-D2-B-M) 240GB and 360GB

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Figure 3: Dimensions for 60 mm double-sided M.2 Form Factor Drives (2260-D2-B-M) 180GB and 240GB

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Pin and Signal Descriptions 4

4.1 Pin Locations

Figure 4: Layout of Signal and Power Segment Pins

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4.2 Signal Descriptions

Table 11: M.2 Serial ATA Power Pin Definitions

Pin

P24

P25

P26

P27

P28

P29

P30

P31

P17

P18

P19

P20

P21

P22

P23

P10

P11

P12

P13

P14

P15

P16

P6

P7

P8

P9

P1

P2

P3

P4

P5

P39

P40

P41

P42

P43

P44

P45

P32

P33

P34

P35

P36

P37

P38

Function

Notch

Notch

Notch

Reserved

CONFIG_0

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

GND

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

CONFIG_3

+3.3 V

GND

+3.3 V

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

DAS/DSS#

Reserved

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Reserved

GND

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

DEVSLP

GND

Reserved

+B

Reserved

-B

Reserved

GND

Definition

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Ground

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Ground

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Ground

3.3 V Source

Ground

3.3 V Source

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Device Activity Signal / Disable Staggered Spin-up

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Ground

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

DevSleep Pin

Ground

No Connect

Host Receiver Differential Signal Pair (This is an output of the SSD)

No Connect

Host Receiver Differential Signal Pair (This is an output of the SSD)

No Connect

Ground

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P66

P67

P68

P69

P70

P71

P72

P59

P60

P61

P62

P63

P64

P65

P73

P74

P75

P52

P53

P54

P55

P56

P57

P58

P46

P47

P48

P49

P50

P51

Function

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Notch

Reserved

Reserved

CONFIG_1

+3.3 V

GND

+3.3 V

GND

+3.3 V

CONFIG_2

Reserved

-A

Reserved

+A

Reserved

GND

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Reserved

Two Wire Interface

GND

Two Wire Interface

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Definition

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Ground

3.3 V Source

Ground

3.3 V Source

Ground

3.3 V Source

Ground

No Connect

Host Transmitter Differential Signal Pair (This is an input of the SSD)

No Connect

Host Transmitter Differential Signal Pair (This is an input of the SSD)

No Connect

Ground

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

No Connect

Two Wire Interface Clock

Ground

Two Wire Interface Data

4.3 Device Sleep Feature

Device Sleep (or DevSleep/DEVSLP) is the latest feature aligned with Intel® 4th Generation Core™-based

Ultrabook™. Ultrabook™ has stringent power requirements for SSDs and as such requires an ability to put the drive in a low power state. Although Link Power Management allows some control over power consumption, both methods still require the SATA link to remain online. The DevSleep pin is an “Enable” (High) pin which is pulled up by the drive.

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5 Supported Command and Feature Sets

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series supports all mandatory Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) and Serial ATA

(SATA) commands defined in the ACS-3 and SATA Revision 3.2 specifications. The mandatory and optional commands are defined in this section.

5.1 Supported ATA General Feature Command Set

Below are mandatory and optional ATA feature sets supported by Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series.

 48-Bit Address

 Advanced Power Management (APM)

 General

General Purpose Logging (GPL)

 Native Command Queuing (NCQ)

Power Management

 Sanitize Device

 Security

 SMART

 Software Settings Preservation (SSP)

 Trusted Computing

Below are mandatory and optional ATA commands supported by Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series.

Table 12: Supported ATA Commands and Feature Sets

Commands

BLOCK ERASE EXT

CHECK POWER MODE

CRYPTO SCRAMBLE EXT

DATA SET MANAGEMENT

DOWNLOAD MICROCODE

EXECUTE DEVICE DIAGNOSTIC

FLUSH CACHE

FLUSH CACHE EXT

IDENTIFY

DEVICE 1

IDLE

IDLE IMMEDIATE

NOP

READ BUFFER

READ DMA

READ DMA EXT

Feature Set

Sanitize Device 3

Power Management

Sanitize Device 3

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

Power Management

Power Management

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

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Commands

READ FPDMA QUEUED

READ LOG DMA EXT

READ LOG EXT

READ MULTIPLE

READ MULTIPLE EXT

READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS

READ NATIVE MAX ADDRESS EXT

READ SECTOR(S)

READ SECTOR(S) EXT

READ VERIFY SECTOR(S)

READ VERIFY SECTOR(S) EXT

SANITIZE FREEZE LOCK EXT

SANITIZE STATUS EXT

SECURITY DISABLE PASSWORD

SECURITY ERASE PREPARE

SECURITY ERASE UNIT

SECURITY FREEZE LOCK

SECURITY SET PASSWORD

SECURITY UNLOCK

SEEK

SET FEATURES

SET MAX ADDRESS EXT

SET MULTIPLE MODE

SLEEP

SMART DISABLE OPERATIONS

SMART ENABLE OPERATIONS

SMART ENABLE/DISABLE ATTRIBUTE AUTOSAVE

SMART EXECUTE OFF-LINE IMMEDIATE

SMART READ DATA

SMART READ ATTRIBUTE THRESHOLDS

SMART READ LOG

SMART READ LOG SECTOR

SMART RETURN STATUS

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Feature Set

Native Command Queuing

General Purpose Logging

General Purpose Logging

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

48-Bit Address

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

Sanitize Device 3

Sanitize Device 3

ATA Security 2

ATA Security 2

ATA Security 2

ATA Security 2

SMART

SMART

SMART

SMART

SMART

SMART

SMART

ATA Security 2

ATA Security 2

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

Power Management

SMART

SMART

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Commands

SMART SAVE ATTRIBUTE VALUES

SMART WRITE LOG SECTOR

STANDBY

STANDBY IMMEDIATE

TRUSTED RECEIVE

TRUSTED RECEIVE DMA

TRUSTED SEND

TRUSTED SEND DMA

WRITE BUFFER

WRITE DMA

WRITE DMA EXT

WRITE DMA FUA EXT

WRITE FPDMA QUEUED

WRITE LOG DMA EXT

WRITE LOG EXT

WRITE MULTIPLE

WRITE MULTIPLE EXT

WRITE MULTIPLE FUA EXT

WRITE SECTOR(S)

WRITE SECTOR(S) EXT

WRITE UNCORRECTABLE EXT

Feature Set

SMART

SMART

Power Management

Power Management

Trusted Computing

Trusted Computing

Trusted Computing

Trusted Computing

ATA General Feature

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

48-Bit Address

Native Command Queuing

General Purpose Logging

General Purpose Logging

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

48-Bit Address

ATA General Feature

Note:

1.

2.

3.

See the Appendix for details on the sector data returned after issuing an IDENTIFY DEVICE command.

Security features disabled and not supported if Opal activated

Sanitize Device features not supported if Opal activated

5.2 Advanced Power Management (APM)

The Advanced Power Management can be enabled or disabled using the SET FEATURES command.

Table 13: APM Subcommand Codes for Power Management and Definitions

Subcommand Codes Definition

10h

40h

80h

FEh

Power optimized for connected standby power

Power optimized for lid up

Balanced power/performance for non-connected standby

Optimized for high performance (Default)

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Table 14: APM Subcommand Codes for Thermal Power Management and Definitions

Definition Subcommand Codes

60h

6Fh

Most aggressive thermal setting

Light thermal setting

5.3 Security

5.3.1 Sanitization Methods

Sanitization refers to a process to render data inaccessible. Various sanitization methods are listed below.

5.3.1.1 Secure Erase

Secure Erase runs the SECURITY ERASE UNIT command

Table 15: Supported Secure Erase Modes and Definitions

Secure Erase Mode

Normal Mode

Enhanced Mode

Definition

Full NAND erase of user available space and spare area

Cryptographically erase data

Note: Secure Erase Modes are not supported if drive is in an Opal Activated state.

5.3.1.2 Sanitize Device

Table 16: Supported Sanitize Device Modes and Definitions

Mode

Block Erase

Crypto Scramble Ext

Definition

Block erase method, all user data areas including user data not currently allocated, irretrievable

Changes the internal encryption keys

Note: Sanitize Device Modes are not supported if drive is in an Opal Activated state.

5.3.2 TCG Opal SSC Support

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series drive is a Self-Encrypting Drive (SED) that supports the TCG Opal SSC Specification

Version 2.0 rev 1.0 mandatory commands along with the following features:

 PSID (Physical presence Security ID) Revert for SSD Repurposing

 AES mode: XTS-AES 256-bit

 FIPS 197 compliant

Once Opal is activated by user (Locking SP in “Manufactured” state), per Opal specification, ATA Security Features are not supported by the drive. Word 82, bit 1 and Word 128, bit 0 will indicate no support (bit = 0). Host should not attempt any ATA Security Features when Opal is activated.

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The following table indicates changes in ID Device word values when Opal is activated.

Table 17: ID Device Changes with Opal Activation

Word Description

Value (Opal

Deactivated)

82

89

90

92

128

Features/Command Sets Support

(Bit 1 Security Support)

SECURITY ERASE UNIT Time

ENHANCED SECURITY ERASE UNIT Time

Master Password Revision Code

Security Status

746Bh

0002h

0001h

FFFEh

0021h

Value (Opal

Activated)

7469h

0000h

0000h

0000h

0000h

5.3.3 Windows eDrive*

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series allows up to 4 independent user locking ranges with hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption. If additional locking ranges are needed, Windows eDrive* will support additional ranges enabled with

Windows BitLocker* software encryption.

Note: Microsoft* eDrive support is disabled as Out-of-box factory default setting. Use the Intel® SSD Pro

Administrator Tool to enable eDrive support. (Visit www.intel.com/ssd to access the Tools panel for download.)

5.4 Device Statistics

In addition to the SMART attribute structure, statistics pertaining to the operation and health of the Intel® SSD Pro

2500 Series can be reported to the host on request through the Device Statistics log as defined in the ATA specification.

The Device Statistics log is a read-only GPL/SMART log located at read log address 0x04 and is accessible using

READ LOG EXT, READ LOG DMA EXT or SMART READ LOG commands.

The following table lists the Device Statistics supported by the Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series.

Table 18: Device Statistics Log

Page

Equivalent SMART attribute if applicable

0x00

0x01 - General

Statistics

0x04 - General

Errors Statistics

0x06 - Transport

Statistics

Offset

-

0x08

0x10

0x18

0x28

0x08

0x10

0x08

0x10

0x18

Description

List of Supported Pages

Power Cycle Count

Power-On Hours

Logical Sectors Written

Logical Sectors Read

Num Reported Uncorrectable

Errors

Num Resets Between Command

Acceptance and Completion

Num Hardware Resets

Num ASR Events

Num Interface CRC Errors

-

-

-

-

-

0Ch

09h

E1h

F2h

BBh

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Page Offset Description

0x07 - Solid State

Device Statistics

0x08

Percentage Used Endurance

Indicator

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Equivalent SMART attribute if applicable

E9h

This statistic counts up from 0 rather than down from 100, and may go beyond 100 for drives that exceed their expected lifetime.

5.5 Software Settings Preservation

Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series supports the SET FEATURES parameter to enable/disable the preservation of software settings. The following table lists the software setting that will be preserved across a COMRESET.

Table 19: Preserved Software Settings

Feature

Advanced Power Management

Multiple Mode

NCQ Streaming commands processing

Password Attempt Counter

Read look-ahead

Read/Write Stream Error Logs

Reverting to defaults mode

Sanitize Device

Security

Standby Timer

Transfer Mode

Volatile Write Cache

Write-Read Verify

Preserved Settings

Enabled or Disabled

Block size from the last set multiple mode

WDNC bit and RDNC bit states

Password Attempt Counter value

Enabled or Disabled

Log contents

Enabled or disabled

Whether device is in the Sanitize Frozen state

Current Security state

Standby Timer setting

DMA and UDMA transfer mode settings

Enabled or Disabled

Write-Read-Verify feature set settings. Device shall not return to factory default Write-Read-Verify settings after a COMRESET

5.6 DevSleep

Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series supports the DevSleep feature. DevSleep must be enabled on the device by the host system through the SET FEATURES command. If DevSleep is enabled by the host, the host must drive the DevSleep signal to proper assert/de-assert voltage levels according to the SATA specification. Entry into

DevSleep must be preceded by LPM slumber entry by host and device. The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series also supports DevSleep_to_ReducedPwrState which allows the host to wake the drive using normal LPM COMWAKE out-of-band signaling.

For the Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series, the recommended total time to DevSleep for system active state is 6 sec.

The AHCI* controller has 4 parameters used to define proper DevSleep operation between the host and drive.

The following table provides those recommended values for the Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series drive.

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Table 20: DevSleep Control Parameters

Parameter Definition

DITO

DM

MDAT

DETO

DevSleep Idle Time Out – number of milliseconds prior to host asserting

DevSleep

DITO Multiplier – set once at boot-up

Minimum DevSleep Assertion Time – minimum time in milliseconds for host to assert DevSleep

DevSleep Exit Time Out – max time in milliseconds from when DevSleep is negated to when device ready to detect OOB

Total time to DevSleep entry = DITO * (DM+1)

Control

Set by Host

Set by Host

Reported by Drive

Reported by Drive

Recommended

Settings

Active (lid-up): 375

15

10

20

5.7 SMART Command Transport

With SMART Command Transport (SCT), a host can send commands and data to an SSD and receive status and data from an SSD using standard write/read commands to manipulate two SMART Logs:

 Log Address E0h ("SCT Command/Status") — used to send commands and retrieve status

 Log Address E1h ("SCT Data Transfer") — used to transport data

5.8 SMART Attributes

The following two tables list the SMART attributes supported by the Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series, and the corresponding status flags and threshold settings.

Table 21: SMART Attributes

ID Attribute

Status Flags

SP EC ER PE OC PW

Threshold

05h

09h

Re-allocated Sector Count

The raw value of this attribute shows the

number of retired blocks since leaving the

factory (grown defect count).

Power-On Hours Count

The raw value reports two values: the first

4 bytes report the cumulative number of power-on hours over the life of the device, the remaining bytes report the number of milliseconds since the last hour increment.

The On/Off status of the Device Initiated

Power Management (DIPM) feature will affect the number of hours reported. If DIPM is turned On, the recorded value for power-on hours does not include the time that the device is in a "slumber" state. If

DIPM is turned Off, the recorded value for

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1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0 (none)

0 (none)

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power-on hours should match the clock time, as all three device states are counted: active, idle and slumber.

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Status Flags

Threshold

SP EC ER PE OC PW

0Ch

Power Cycle Count

The raw value of this attribute reports the cumulative number of power cycle events over the life of the device.

AAh

Available Reserved Space

ABh

ACh

AEh

B7h

B8h

BBh

BEh

Program Fail Count

The raw value of this attribute shows total count of program fails and the normalized value, beginning at 100, shows the percent remaining of allowable program fails.

Erase Fail Count

The raw value of this attribute shows total count of erase fails and the normalized value, beginning at 100, shows the percent remaining of allowable erase fails.

Unexpected Power Loss

The raw value of this attribute reports the cumulative number of unsafe (unclean) shutdown events over the life of the device.

An unsafe shutdown occurs whenever the device is powered off without STANDBY

IMMEDIATE being the last command

SATA Downshift Count

The count of the number of times SATA interface selected lower signaling rate due to error.

End-to-End Error Detection Count

Reports number of errors encountered during endto-end error detection within the SSD data path.

Uncorrectable Error Count

The raw value shows the count of errors that could not be recovered using Error

Correction Code (ECC).

Temperature

Reports real-time temperature of drive as

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1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

1 0 0 1

0

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0 (none)

10

0 (none)

0 (none)

0 (none)

0

90

0 (none)

0 (none)

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ID Attribute

Status Flags

SP EC ER PE OC PW

C0h

C7h

E1h

E2h

E3h

E4h

E8h

E9h

F1h

F2h measured by temperature sensor on drive PCB. The normalized value reports the current temperature value. The raw value shows current, lifetime highest and lifetime lowest temperatures. Byte 1:0 = current temp Celsius; Byte 3:2 = lifetime highest temp

Celsius; Byte 5:4 = lifetime lowest temp Celsius.

Power-Off Retract Count (Unsafe Shutdown Count)

The raw value of this attribute reports the cumulative number of unsafe (unclean) shutdown events over the life of the device. An unsafe shutdown occurs whenever the device is powered off without STANDBY IMMEDIATE being the last command.

CRC Error Count

The total number of encountered SATA interface cyclic redundancy check (CRC) errors.

Host Writes

The raw value of this attribute reports the total number of sectors written by the host system. The raw value is increased by 1 for every 65,536 sectors

(32MB) written by the host.

Timed Workload Media Wear

Measures the wear seen by the SSD (since reset of the workload timer, attribute E4h), as a percentage of the maximum rated cycles.

Timed Workload Host Read/Write Ratio

Shows the percentage of I/O operations that are read operations (since reset of the workload timer, attribute E4h).

Timed Workload Timer

Measures the elapsed time (number of minutes since starting this workload timer).

Available Reserved Space

This attribute reports the number of reserve blocks remaining. The normalized value begins at 100

(64h), which corresponds to 100 percent availability of the reserved space. The threshold value for this attribute is 10 percent availability.

Media Wearout Indicator

This attribute reports the number of cycles the

NAND media has undergone. The normalized value declines linearly from 100 to 1 as the average erase cycle count increases from 0 to the maximum rated cycles. Once the normalized value reaches 1, the number will not decrease, although it is likely that significant additional wear can be put on the device

Total LBAs Written

The raw value of this attribute reports the total number of sectors written by the host system. The raw value is increased by 1 for every 65,536 sectors

(32MB) written by the host.

Total LBAs Read

The raw value of this attribute reports the total

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1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

Threshold

0 (none)

0 (none)

0 (none)

0 (none)

0 (none)

0 (none)

10

0 (none)

0 (none)

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Status Flags

Threshold

SP EC ER PE OC PW

F9h number of sectors read by the host system. The raw value is increased by 1 for every 65,536 sectors

(32MB) read by the host.

Total NAND Writes

Raw value reports the number of writes to NAND in

1 GB increments.

Table 22: SMART Attribute Status Flags

Status Flag

SP

EC

ER

PE

OC

PW

Description

Self-preserving attribute

Event count attribute

Error rate attribute

Performance attribute

Online collection attribute

Pre-fail warranty attribute

1 1 0

Value = 0

Not a self-preserving attribute

Not an event count attribute

Not an error rate attribute

Not a performance attribute

Collected only during offline activity

Advisory

0 1 0 0 (none)

Value = 1

Self-preserving attribute

Event count attribute

Error rate attribute

Performance attribute

Collected during both offline and online activity

Pre-fail

5.9 SMART Logs

Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series implements the following Log Addresses: 00h, 02h, 03h, 06h, and 07h.

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series implements host vendor specific logs (addresses 80h-9Fh) as read and write scratchpads, where the default value is zero (0). Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series does not write any specific values to these logs unless directed by the host through the appropriate commands.

The Intel SSD Pro 2500 Series also implements a device vendor specific log at address A9h as a read-only log area with a default value of zero (0).

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6 Certifications and Declarations

The following table describes the Device Certifications supported by the Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series.

Table 23: Device Certifications and Declarations

KCC*

Certification

CE* Compliant

UL* Certified

C-Tick* Compliant

BSMI* Compliant

Microsoft WHCK*

RoHS* Compliant

VCCI*

SATA-IO*

Low Halogen

Description

European Economic Area (EEA): Compliance with the essential requirements of EC Council

Directives Low Voltage Directive (LVD) 2006/95/EC, EMC Directive 2004/108/EC and Directive

2011/65/EU.

Certified Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. Bi-National Component Recognition; UL 60950-1, 2nd

Edition, 2007-03-27 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety - Part 1: General

Requirements)

CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2007-03 (Information Technology Equipment - Safety -

Part 1: General Requirements)

Compliance with the Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS3548 and Electromagnetic

Compatibility (EMC) Framework requirements of the Australian Communication Authority (ACA).

Compliance to the Taiwan EMC standard CNS 13438: Information technology equipment - Radio disturbance Characteristics - limits and methods of measurement, as amended on June 1, 2006, is harmonized with CISPR 22: 2005.04.

Compliance with paragraph 1 of Article 11 of the Electromagnetic Compatibility Control

Regulation and meets the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Framework requirements of the

Radio Research Laboratory (RRL) Ministry of Information and Communication Republic of Korea.

Microsoft Windows Hardware Certification Kit

Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive

Voluntary Control Council for Interface to cope with disturbance problems caused by personal computers or facsimile.

Indicates certified logo program from Serial ATA International Organization.

Applies only to brominated and chlorinated flame retardants (BFRs/CFRs) and PVC in the final product. Intel components as well as purchased components on the finished assembly meet JS-

709 requirements, and the PCB/substrate meet IEC 61249-2-21 requirements. The replacement of halogenated flame retardants and/or PVC may not be better for the environment.

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7 Appendix

7.1 Identify Device

The table below describes the sector data returned from an identify device command

Table 24: Identify Device Returned Sector Data

Word

0

F = Fixed

V = Variable

X = Both

F

Default Value

0040h

Description

General configuration bit-significant information

6

7-8

9

10-19

20-21

1

2

3

4-5

22

23-26

27-46

47

48

49

50

51-52

53

54

55

56

57-58

59

F

X

V

X

X

F

X

F

X

F

F

X

F

X

X

V

X

V

X

X

X

F

F

4001h

2F00h

4000h

0h

0007h

3FFFh

0010h

003Fh

00FBFC10h

B110h

3FFFh

C837h

0010h

0h

003Fh

0h

0h varies

0h

0h varies varies

8010h

Obsolete - Number of logical cylinders (16,383)

Specific configuration

Obsolete - Number of logical heads (16)

Retired

Obsolete - Number of logical sectors per logical track (63)

Reserved for assignment by the CompactFlash* Association (CFA)

Retired

Serial number (20 ASCII characters)

Retired

Obsolete

Firmware revision (8 ASCII characters)

Model number (Intel® Solid-State Drive)

7:0—Maximum number of sectors transferred per interrupt on multiple commands

Reserved

Capabilities

Capabilities

Obsolete

Words 88 and 70:64 valid

Obsolete - Number of logical cylinders (16,383)

Obsolete - Number of logical heads (16)

Obsolete - Number of logical sectors per logical track (63)

Obsolete

Number of sectors transferred per interrupt on multiple commands

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Word

80

81

82

83

84

70

71-74

75

76

77

78

79

60-61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

85

86

87

88

89

90

91

92

93

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

V

F = Fixed

V = Variable

X = Both

F

X

F

F

F

F

F

F

F

V

V

V

V

F

F

V

V

F

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07FCh

FFFFh

746Bh

7429h

6163h

0h

0h

001Fh

070Eh

0086h

014Ch

0044h varies

0h

0007h

0003h

0078h

0078h

0078h

0078h

4010h

7469h

B409h

6163h

407Fh

0002h

0001h

00FEh

FFFEh

0h

Description

Total number of user-addressable sectors

Obsolete

Multi-word DMA modes supported/selected

PIO modes supported

Minimum multiword DMA transfer cycle time per word

Manufacturer’s recommended multiword DMA transfer cycle time

Minimum PIO transfer cycle time without flow control

Minimum PIO transfer cycle time with IORDY flow control

Additional Supported

Reserved

Reserved for IDENTIFY PACKET DEVICE command

Queue depth

Serial ATA capabilities

Reserved for future Serial ATA definition

Serial ATA features supported

Serial ATA features enabled

Major version number

Minor version number

Command set supported

Command sets supported

Command set/feature supported extension

Command set/feature enabled

Command set/feature enabled

Command set/feature default

Ultra DMA Modes

Time required for security erase unit completion

Time required for enhanced security erase completion

Current advanced power management value

Master Password Revision Code

Hardware reset result: the contents of bits (12:0) of this word shall change only during the execution of a hardware reset

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F = Fixed

V = Variable

X = Both

V

F

V

V

F

V

V

F

F

F

F

F

F

V

F

F

F

F

V

X

X

X

X

F

X

X

V

X

F

F

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Word

94

95

96

97

98-99

100-103

104

105

106

107

108-111

112-115

116

117-118

119

120

121-126

127

128

129-159

160

161-168

169

170-173

174-175

176-205

206

207-208

209

210-211

Default Value

0h varies

0h

0001h

4000h

0h

0h

0h

0h

0h varies

0h

0h

0h

401Ch

401Ch

0h

0h

0h

0025h

0h

4000h

0h

0021h varies

0h

0h

0001h

0h

0h

Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (M.2)

Description

Vendor’s recommended and actual acoustic management value

Stream minimum request size

Streaming transfer time - DMA

Streaming access latency - DMA and PIO

Streaming performance granularity

Maximum user LBA for 48-bit address feature set

Streaming transfer time - PIO

Reserved

Physical sector size / logical sector size

Inter-seek delay for ISO-7779 acoustic testing in microseconds

Unique ID

Reserved for world wide name extension to 128 bits

Reserved for technical report

Words per logical sector

Supported settings

Command set/feature enabled/supported

Reserved

Removable Media Status Notification feature set support

Security status

Vendor-specific

CompactFlash Association (CFA) power mode 1

Reserved for assignment by the CFA

Data set management Trim attribute support

Additional Product Identifier

Reserved

Current media serial number

SCT Command Transport

Reserved

Alignment of logical blocks within a physical block

Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 3 (DWord)

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Word

212-213

214

215-216

217

218

219

220

221

222

223

224-229

230-233

234

235

F = Fixed

V = Variable

X = Both

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

Default Value

0h

0h

0h

0001h

0h

0h

0h

0h

10FFh

0h

0h

0h

0002h

0400h

Description

Write-Read-Verify Sector Count Mode 2 (DWord)

NV Cache Capabilities

NV Cache Size in Logical Blocks (DWord)

Nominal media rotation rate

Reserved

NV Cache Options

Write-Read-Verify feature set

Reserved

Transport major version number

Transport minor version number

Reserved

Extended Number of User Addressable Sectors (QWord)

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

Integrity word

236-254

255

X

X

0h varies

Note:

F = Fixed. The content of the word is fixed and does not change. For removable media devices, these values may change when media is removed or changed.

V = Variable. The state of at least one bit in a word is variable and may change depending on the state of the device or the commands executed by the device.

X = F or V. The content of the word may be fixed or variable.

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Intel® Solid-State Drive Pro 2500 Series (M.2)

7.2 Models

The following table lists the available M.2 models of the Intel® SSD Pro 2500 Series.

Table 25: Available Models

Model String

SSDSCKJF180A5

SSDSCKJF240A5

SSDSCKJF360A5

SSDSCJJF180A5

SSDSCJJF240A5

Capacity

180GB

240GB

360GB

180GB

240GB

Type

2280

2260

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