Product data sheet
Industrial
Secure Digital Card
S-200 Series
SD compliant – SD/SPI Mode
Extended and industrial
temperature grade
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S-200 Series – Indutrial Secure Digital Card
1 Feature
Custom-designed, highly-integrated memory controller
o
Fully compliant with SD Card specification 2.0
o
Four integrated 4KByte Sector Buffers for fast data transfer
o
SPI Mode support
Standard SD card form factor
o
32.0mm x 24.0mm x 2.1mm
o
Write Protect slider
2.7…3.6V normal operating voltage
2.0…3.6V basic communication (CMD0, 15, 55 ACMD41) voltage
Low-power CMOS technology
Wear Leveling: equal wear leveling of static and dynamic data
The wear leveling assures that dynamic data as well as static data is balanced evenly across the memory.
With that the maximum write endurance of the device is guaranteed.
Patented power-off reliability
o No data loss of older sectors
o Max. 16 sectors data loss (old data kept) if power off during writing
High reliability
o
Designed for embedded market
o
MTBF:
> 3,000,000 hours
o
Number of insertions: >10,000
o
Extended Temperature range -25° up to 85°C
o
Optional industrial Temperature range available -40° up to 85°C
Hot swappable
High performance
o
SD burst up to 25MB/s
o
SD Low speed 0…25MHz clock rate
o
SD High speed 25…50MHz clock rate
o
Flash burst up to 40MB/s
Available densities
o up to 2GBytes
Controlled BOM
Life time monitoring over SD or SPI Interface supported
2 Order Information
2.1 Extended and Industrial Temperature range
Table 1: Product List for standard products
Density
Part Number
512MB
SFSD0512LgBN1TO-t-ME-1x1-STD
1GB
SFSD1024LgBN2TO-t-ME-1x1-STD
2GB
SFSD2048LgBN2TO-t-DF-1x1-STD
g defines the product generation
t defines the temperature range (E=-25°C to +85°C, I=-40°C to +85°C)
x defines the FW
2.2 Offered options for customer projects
Customer specified strings and IDs (MID, OID, PNM, PRV)
Customer specified capacities
Preload service
Customized labels & lasering
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Contents
SD/ SDHC SECURE DIGITAL CARD .................................................................................................................................................... 2
1 FEATURE SUMMARY ..................................................................................................................................................................... 2
2 ORDER INFORMATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 2
2.1 EXTENDED AND INDUSTRIAL TEMPERATURE RANGE ......................................................................................................................... 2
2.2 OFFERED OPTIONS FOR CUSTOMER PROJECTS ................................................................................................................................. 2
3 PRODUCT SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
2.3 SYSTEM PERFORMANCE............................................................................................................................................................ 4
2.4 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS .............................................................................................................................................. 4
2.4.1 Recommended Operating Conditions ............................................................................................................... 4
2.4.2 Recommended Storage Conditions ................................................................................................................... 4
2.4.3 Humidity & ESD .................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.4.4 Durability .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.5 PHYSICAL DIMENSIONS............................................................................................................................................................ 5
2.6 RELIABILITY .......................................................................................................................................................................... 5
3 CAPACITY SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 5
4 CARD PHYSICAL ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
4.1 PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................................ 6
5 ELECTRICAL INTERFACE ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
5.1 ELECTRICAL DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
5.2 DC CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.3 SIGNAL LOADING ................................................................................................................................................................... 9
5.4 AC CHARACTERISTICS..............................................................................................................................................................10
6 HOST ACCESS SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................................................................12
6.1 SD AND SPI BUS MODES .......................................................................................................................................................12
6.1.1 SD Bus Mode Protocol .........................................................................................................................................12
6.1.2 SPI Bus Mode Protocol ........................................................................................................................................13
6.1.3 Mode Selection ....................................................................................................................................................13
6.2 CARD REGISTERS...................................................................................................................................................................14
7 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ...................................................................................................................................................17
8 ROHS AND WEEE UPDATE FROM SWISSBIT ................................................................................................................................18
9 PART NUMBER DECODER............................................................................................................................................................20
9.1 MANUFACTURER....................................................................................................................................................................20
9.2 MEMORY TYPE .....................................................................................................................................................................20
9.3 PRODUCT TYPE .....................................................................................................................................................................20
9.4 CAPACITY ............................................................................................................................................................................20
9.5 PLATFORM ..........................................................................................................................................................................20
9.6 GENERATION .......................................................................................................................................................................20
9.7 MEMORY ORGANIZATION ........................................................................................................................................................20
9.8 TECHNOLOGY .......................................................................................................................................................................20
9.9 CHANNELS ..........................................................................................................................................................................20
9.10 FLASH CODE.......................................................................................................................................................................20
9.11 TEMP. OPTION ....................................................................................................................................................................21
9.12 DIE CLASSIFICATION .............................................................................................................................................................21
9.13 PIN MODE ........................................................................................................................................................................21
9.14 CONFIGURATION XYZ ...........................................................................................................................................................21
9.15 OPTION .............................................................................................................................................................................21
10 SWISSBIT LABEL SPECIFICATION................................................................................................................................................22
10.1 FRONT SIDE LABEL ................................................................................................................................................................22
10.2 BACK SIDE LASERING ............................................................................................................................................................22
11 REVISION HISTORY .....................................................................................................................................................................23
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3 Product Specification
The SD card is a small form factor non-volatile memory card which provides high capacity data storage. Its aim is
to capture, retain and transport data, audio and images, facilitating the transfer of all types of digital
information between a large variety of digital systems.
The Card operates in two basic modes:
SD card mode
SPI mode
The SD card also supports SD High Speed mode with up to 50MHz clock frequency.
The cards are compliant with
SD Memory card Specification Part 1, Physical layer Specification V2.00
SD Memory card Specification Part 2, File System Specification V2.00
SD Memory card Specification Part 3, Security Specification V2.00 (CPRM)
The Card has an internal intelligent controller which manages interface protocols, data storage and retrieval as
well as hardware RS-code Error Correction Code (ECC), defect handling, diagnostics and clock control.
The wear leveling mechanism assures an equal usage of the Flash memory cells to extend the life time.
The hardware RS-code ECC allows to detect and correct 4 symbols per 528 Bytes.
The Card has a voltage detector and a powerful power-loss management feature to prevent data corruption after
power-down.
The power consumption is very low.
The data retention is 10 years.
The cards are offered in 2 temperature ranges
Extended
-25°C…85°C
Industrial
-40…85°C on request
The cards are RoHS compliant and lead-free.
2.3 System Performance
Table 2: Performance
System Performance
Burst Data transfer Rate (max clock 50MHz)
Sustained Sequential Read
Sustained Sequential Write
1.
2.
Typ.
512MB
1GB – 2GB
512MB
1GB – 2GB
Max.
(1)
25 (166X)
21
21
8
14
(1)(2)
18.4
(1)(2)
18.4
(1)(2)
6.6
(1)(2)
12.8
Unit
MB/s
All values refer to Toshiba Flash 4Gb SD Card in 4bit SD mode 50MHz, cycle time 20ns, write/read file sequential.
Sustained Speed measured with SanDisk Mobile mate USB-SD card reader. It depends on burst speed, flash type and number, and
file size
2.4 Environmental Specifications
2.4.1 Recommended Operating Conditions
Table 3: SD Card Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter
Commercial Operating Temperature
Industrial Operating Temperature
Power Supply VCC (3.3V)
Min
0
-40
2.7
Typ
25
25
3.3
Max
70
85
3.6
Unit
°C
°C
V
Table 4: Current consumption
Current Consumption (type)
Read
Write
Sleep Mode
typ
28
55
0.2
max
40
60
0.3
Unit
mA
2.4.2 Recommended Storage Conditions
Table 5: SD Card Recommended Storage Conditions
Parameter
Commercial Storage Temperature
Industrial storage Temperature
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-40
-40
Typ
25
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Max
85
100
Unit
°C
°C
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2.4.3 Humidity & ESD
Table 6: Humidity & ESD
Parameter
Humidity (non-condensing)
ESD according to IEC61000-4-2
Human body model
±4 kV 100 pf/1.5 kOhm
Machine model
±0.25 kV 200 pf/0 Ohm
Operating
Non Operating
max 95%
Non Contact Pads area:
±8 kV (coupling plane
discharge)
±15 kV (air discharge)
Human body model according
to IEC61000-4-2
Contact Pads:
±4 kV, Human body model
according to IEC61000-4-2
2.4.4 Durability
Table 7:Durability
Parameter
Salt water spray
Solar Exposure
Impermeability
UV Light Exposure
Insertions
Drop test
Bending
Torque
Bump
Shock
Vibration (peak -to-peak)
Minimum moving force of WP slider
Operating
Non Operating
3% NaCI/35°C; 24h acc. MIL STD Method 1009
1000W/m2 @ 40o°C
IP67
UV: 254nm, 15Ws/cm2
>10,000
1.5m free fall
10N
0.15Nm or ±2.5deg
25g; 6ms; ±3 x 4000 shocks
1000 g max.
15G max.
0.4N
2.5 Physical Dimensions
Table 8: Physical Dimensions
Physical Dimensions
Length
Width
Thickness
Weight (typ.)
Unit
Value
32.00±0.10
24.00±0.10
2.10±0.15
2
mm
g
2.6 Reliability
Table 9: Reliability
Parameter
Data Retention
Value
10 years (JEDEC47G)
3 Capacity specification
Table 10: SD capacity specification
Density
512MB
1GB
2GB
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998,912
2,001,920
4,016,128
Total addressable capacity (Byte)
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511,442,944
1,024,983,040
2,056,257,536
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4 Card physical
4.1 Physical description
The SD Memory Card contains a single chip controller and Flash memory module(s). The controller interfaces with
a host system allowing data to be written to and read from the Flash memory module(s). Figure 1 and Figure 2
show card dimensions.
Figure 1: Mechanical Dimensions SD Card
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Figure 2: Mechanical Dimensions SD Card (continued)
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5 Electrical interface
5.1 Electrical description
Figure 3: SD Card Block Diagram
Figure 4: SD Memory Card Shape and Interface
(Top View)
Table 11: SD Memory Card Pad Assignment
Pin #
SD Mode
SPI Mode
Name
Type1 Description
Name
Type1 Description
1
CD/DAT32 I/O/PP3 Card Detect/ Data Line [Bit 3]
CS
I3 Chip Select (neg true)
2
CMD
PP Command/Response
DI
I Data In
3
VSS1
S Supply voltage ground
VSS
S Supply voltage ground
4
VDD
S Supply voltage
VDD
S Supply voltage
5
CLK
I
Clock
SCLK
I Clock
6
VSS2
S Supply voltage ground
VSS2
S Supply voltage ground
7
DAT0
I/O/PP Data Line [Bit 0]
DO
O/PP Data Out
8
DAT14
I/O/PP Data Line [Bit 1]
RSV
9
DAT25
I/O/PP Data Line [Bit 2]
RSV
Notes:
1) S: power supply; I: input; O: output using push-pull drivers; PP: I/O using push-pull drivers;
2) The extended DAT lines (DAT1-DAT3) are input on power up. They start to operate as DAT lines after
SET_BUS_WIDTH command. The Host shall keep its own DAT1-DAT3 lines in input mode, as well, while they
are not used.
3) At power up this line has a 50kOhm pull up enabled in the card. This resistor serves two functions Card
detection and Mode Selection. For Mode Selection, the host can drive the line high or let it be pulled high
to select SD mode. If the host wants to select SPI mode it should drive the line low. For Card detection,
the host detects that the line is pulled high. This pull-up should be disconnected by the user, during
regular data transfer, with SET_CLR_CARD_DETECT (ACMD42) command
4) DAT1 line may be used as Interrupt Output (from the Card) in SDIO mode during all the times that it is not
in use for data transfer operations (refer to "SDIO Card Specification" for further details).
5) DAT2 line may be used as Read Wait signal in SDIO mode (refer to "SDIO Card Specification" for further
details).
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5.2 DC characteristics
Measurements are at Recommended Operating Conditions unless otherwise specified.
Table 12: DC Characteristics
Symbol
Parameter
Min
Typ
Max
Peak Voltage on all Lines
-0.3
VDD+0.3
VIL
Input LOW Voltage
-0.3
0.25*VDD
VIH
Input HIGH Voltage
0.625*VDD
VDD+0.3
VOL
Output LOW Voltage
0.125*VDD
VOH
Output HIGH Voltage
0.75*VDD
Operating Current
35
50
IDD
Pre-initialization Standby Current
3
Post-initialization Standby Current
100
200
ILI
Input Leakage Current
-10
10
ILO
Output Leakage Current
-10
10
Table 13: SD Card Recommended Operating Conditions
Symbol
Parameter
Normal Operating Status
VDD
Supply Voltage Basic Communication
(CMD0, CMD15, CMD55, ACMD41)
VSS1
Supply Voltage Differentials
VSS2
Power Up Time (from 0V to VDD min)
Unit
V
V
V
V
V
mA
mA
µA
µA
µA
Notes
at 100µA
at 100µA
without
pull up R
Min
2.7
Typ
Max
3.6
Unit
V
2.0
3.3
3.6
V
0.5
V
250
ms
-0.5
5.3 Signal Loading
The total capacitance CL is the sum of the bus master capacitance CHOST, the bus capacitance CBUS, and the
capacitance CCARD of the card connected to the line:
CL = CHOST + CBUS + CCARD
To allow the sum of the host and bus capacitances to be up to 20pF for the card, the following conditions in the
table below are met by the card.
Table 14: Signal loading
Parameter
Pull up resistance
Pull up resistance
Bus signal line capacitance
Signal card capacitance
Signal line inductance
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Symbol
RCMD
RDAT
CL
Ccard
Min
10
10
Max
100
100
40
10
16
Unit
kOhm
kOhm
pF
pF
nH
Notes
To prevent bus floating
To prevent bus floating
Single card
Single card
f≤20MHz
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Figure 5: Signal Loading
5.4 AC characteristics
Table 15: AC Characteristics Low Speed Mode
Parameter
Symbol
Min
Max
Unit
Notes
CL≤100pF
Clock frequency in data transfer mode
fPP
0
25
MHz
CL≤250pF
Clock frequency in card id mode
fOD
0
400
KHz
Clock low time
tWL
10/50
ns
Clock high time
tWH
10/50
ns
CL≤100/250pF
Clock rise time
tTLH
10/50
ns
Clock fall time
tTHL
10/50
ns
CMD, DAT input setup time
tISU
5
ns
CL≤25pF
CMD, DAT input hold time
tIH
5
ns
CL≤25pF, data transfer
CMD, DAT output delay time
tODLY
0
14
ns
CL≤25pF, identification
CMD, DAT output delay time
tODLY
0
50
ns
Notes
1. Rise and fall times are measured from 10% to 90% of voltage level.
2. CLK referenced to VIH min and VIL max.
3. CMD and DAT inputs and outputs referenced to CLK.
4. 0Hz means to stop the clock. The given minimum frequency range is for cases where a continuous clock is
required
5. Specified for one card
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Figure 6: AC Characteristics Low Speed Mode
Table 16: AC Characteristics High Speed Mode
Parameter
Symbol Min
Max
Unit
Notes
Clock frequency in data transfer mode
fPP
0
50
MHz
Clock low time
tWL
7.0
ns
Clock high time
tWH
7.0
ns
Clock rise time
tTLH
3
ns
Clock fall time
tTHL
3
ns
CL≤10pF
CMD, DAT input setup time
tISU
6
ns
CMD, DAT input hold time
tIH
2
ns
CMD, DAT output delay time during data
tODLY
14
ns
transfer mode
CMD, DAT output hold time
tOH
2.5
ns
Notes
1. Rise and fall times are measured from 10% to 90% of voltage level.
2. CLK referenced to VIH min and VIL max.
3. CMD and DAT inputs and outputs referenced to CLK.
4. In order to satisfy severe timing, the host shall drive only one card with max 40pF total at each line.
Figure 7: AC Characteristics High Speed Mode
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6 Host access Specification
The following chapters summarize how the host accesses the card:
Chapter 6.1 summarizes the SD and SPI buses.
Chapter 6.2 summarizes the registers.
6.1 SD and SPI Bus Modes
The card supports SD and the SPI Bus modes. Application can chose either one of the modes. Mode selection is
transparent to the host. The card automatically detects the mode of the reset command and will expect all further
communication to be in the same communication mode. The SD mode uses a 4-bit high performance data
transfer, and the SPI mode provides compatible interface to MMC host systems with little redesign, but with a
lower performance.
6.1.1 SD Bus Mode Protocol
The SD Bus mode has a single master (host) and multiple slaves (cards) synchronous topology. Clock, power, and
ground signals are common to all cards. After power up, the SD Bus mode uses DAT0 only; after initialization, the
host can change the cards’ bus width from 1 bit (DAT0) to 4 bits (DAT0-DAT3). In high speed mode, only one card
can be connected to the bus.
Communication over the SD bus is based on command and data bit streams which are initiated by a start bit and
terminated by a stop bit.
Command: a command is a token which starts an operation. A command is sent from the host either to a
single card (addressed command) or to all connected cards (broadcast command). A command is
transferred serially on the CMD line.
Response: a response is a token which is sent from an addressed card, or (synchronously) from all
connected cards, to the host as an answer to a previously received command. A response is transferred
serially on the CMD line.
Data: data can be transferred from the card to the host or vice versa. Data is transferred via the data
lines.
The SD bus signals are listed in Table 17, and the SD bus topology is illustrated in Figure 8: SD Bus Topology.
Table 17: SD Bus Signals
Signal
CLK
CMD
DAT0-DAT3
Vdd, Vss
Description
Host to card clock signal
Bidirectional Command/Response signal
4 Bidirectional data signals
Power and Ground
Figure 8: SD Bus Topology
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6.1.2 SPI Bus Mode Protocol
The Serial Parallel Interface (SPI) Bus is a general purpose synchronous serial interface. The SPI mode consists of a
secondary communication protocol. The interface is selected during the first reset command after power up
(CMD0) and it cannot be changed once the card is powered on.
While the SD channel is based on command and data bit streams which are initiated by a start bit and
terminated by a stop bit, the SPI channel is byte oriented. Every command or data block is built of 8-bit bytes
and is byte aligned to the CS signal.
The card identification and addressing methods are replaced by a hardware Chip Select (CS) signal. There are no
broadcast commands. For every command, a card (slave) is selected by asserting (active low) the CS signal.
The CS signal must be continuously active for the duration of the SPI transaction (command, response and data).
The only exception occurs during card programming, when the host can de-assert the CS signal without affecting
the programming process.
The bidirectional CMD and DAT lines are replaced by unidirectional dataIn and dataOut signals.
The SPI bus signals are listed Table 18 and the SPI bus topology is illustrated in Figure 9.
Table 18: SPI Bus Signals
Signal
Description
/CS
Host to card chip select
CLK
Host to card clock signal
Data In
Host to card data signal
Data Out
Card to host data signal
Vdd, Vss
Power and ground
Figure 9: SPI bus topology
6.1.3 Mode Selection
The SD Memory Card wakes up in the SD mode. It will enter SPI mode if the CS signal is asserted (negative) during
the reception of the reset command (CMD0) and the card is in idle_state. If the card recognizes that the SD mode
is required it will not respond to the command and remain in the SD mode.
If SPI mode is required the card will switch to SPI and respond with the SPI mode R1 response.
The only way to return to the SD mode is by entering the power cycle. In SPI mode the SD Memory Card protocol
state machine is not observed. All the SD Memory Card commands supported in SPI mode are always available.
During the initialization sequence, if the host gets Illegal Command indication for ACMD41 sent to the card, it may
assume that the card is MultiMediaCard. In that case it should re-start the card as MultiMediaCard using CMD0
and CMD1.
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6.2 Card Registers
The SD Card has five registers. Refer to Table 19 to Table 24 for detail.
Table 19: SD card registers
Register Bit
Description
Function
Name Width
Card Identification This register contains the card identification information used during the
CID
128
information
Card Identification phase.
Operation
This register describes the operating voltage range and contains the status
OCR
32
Conditions Registers bit in the power supply.
Card specific
This register provides information on how to access the card content. Some
CSD
128
information
fields of this register are writeable by PROGRAM_CSD (CMD27).
SD Memory Card’s
SCR
64
This register provides information on special features.
Special features
Relative Card
RCA
16
This register carries the card address is SD Card mode.
Address
Table 20: CID register
Register Name
MID
OID
PNM
Bit Width
8
16
40
PRV
8
Product Version
PSN
—
MDT
CRC
—
32
4
12
7
1
Product Serial Number
Reserved
Manufacture Date
Check sum of CID contents
Not used; always=1
Table 21: OCR register
OCR bit position
VDD voltage
window
0-3
Reserved
4
1.6-1.7
5
1.7-1.8
6
1.8-1.9
7
1.9-2.0
8
2.0-2.1
9
2.1-2.2
10
2.2-2.3
11
2.3-2.4
12
2.4-2.5
13
2.5-2.6
14
Notes
1.
2.
Description
Manufacture ID
OEM/Application ID
Product Name
2.6-2.7
typ. value
OCR bit position
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24-30
30
0
31
typ. value
0x5d
0x5342
“LxBNc”
c=number of channels
0x04
can change
xxxxxxxx
0x0
0xyym
chksm
1
VDD voltage
window
2.7-2.8
2.8-2.9
2.9-3.0
3.0-3.1
3.1-3.2
3.2-3.3
3.3-3.4
3.4-3.5
3.5-3.6
Reserved
Card Capacity
Status (CCS)
0=busy; 1=ready
typ. value
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
*1)
*2)
This bit is valid only when the card power up status bit is set.
This bit is set to LOW if the card has not finished the power up routine.
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Table 22: CSD register
Register Name
First Bit
Bit Width Description
CSD_STRUCTURE
127
2
CSD structure
—
125
6
Reserved
TAAC
119
8
Data read access time 1
NSAC
111
8
Data read access time 2 (CLK cycle)
TRAN_SPEED
103
8
Data transfer rate
CCC
95
12
Card command classes
READ_BL_LEN
83
4
Read data block length
READ_BL_PARTIAL
79
1
Partial blocks for read allowed
WRITE_BLK_MISALIGN
78
1
Write block misalignment
READ_BLK_MISALIGN
77
1
Read block misalignment
DSR_IMP
76
1
DSR implemented
—
75
2
Reserved
C_SIZE
73
12
Device size
VDD_R_CURR_MIN
61
3
VDD min read current
VDD_R_CURR_MAX
58
3
VDD max read current
VDD_W_CURR_MIN
55
3
VDD min write current
VDD_W_CURR_MAX
52
3
VDD max write current
C_SIZE_MULT
49
3
Device size multiplier
ERASE_BLK_EN
46
1
Erase single block enable
SECTOR_SIZE
45
7
Erase sector size
WP_GRP_SIZE
38
7
Write protect group size
WP_GRP_ENABLE
31
1
Write protect group enable
—
30
2
Reserved
R2W_FACTOR
28
3
Write speed factor
WRITE_BL_LEN
25
4
Write data block length
WRITE_BL_PARTIAL
21
1
Partial blocks for write allowed
—
20
5
Reserved
FILE_FORMAT_GRP
15
1
File format group
COPY
14
1
Copy flag
PERM_WRITE_PROTECT
13
1
Permanent write protection
TMP_WRITE_PROTECT
12
1
Temporary write protection
FILE_FORMAT
11
2
File format
—
9
2
Reserved
CRC
7
7
Checksum of CSD contents
—
0
1
Always=1
*) Drive Size and block sizes vary with card capacity
memory capacity = BLOCKNR * BLOCK_LEN
Where
BLOCKNR = (C_SIZE+1) * MULT
MULT = 2C_SIZE_MULT+2 (C_SIZE_MULT < 8)
BLOCK_LEN = 2READ_BL_LEN, (READ_BL_LEN < 12)
W
W(1)
typ. Value
00
000000
00001110
00000000
00110010
010110110101
1001
1
0
0
0
00
xxx*)
110
110
110
110
110*)
1
1111111
0000001*)
0
00
100
1001*)
0
00000
0 W(1)
0 W(1)
0 W(1)
0W
00 W(1)
00 W
xxxxxxx W
1
value can be changed with CMD27 (PROGRAM_CSD)
value can be changed ONCE with CMD27 (PROGRAM_CSD)
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Table 23: SCR register
Field
SCR_STRUCTURE
SD_SPEC
DATA_STAT_AFTER_ERASE
SD_SECURITY
SD_BUS_WIDTHS
Reserved
Reserved
Bit Width
4
4
1
3
4
16
32
Table 24: RCA register
Field
Bit Width
RCA
16
*) After Initialization the card can change the RCA register.
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0000
0010
1
011
0101
0
0
typ Value
0x0000*)
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7 Declaration of Conformity
Product Type:
Secure Digital Card
Brand Name:
SWISSMEMORYTM SD card
Model Designation:
SFSDxxxxLxBNxxx-x-xx-xxx-xxx
Manufacturer:
Swissbit AG
Industriestrasse 4
CH-9552 Bronschhofen
Switzerland
The product complies with the requirements of the following directives:
Electromagnetic compatibility 2004/108/EC
Emission:
EN55022:2006 class B
Immunity:
IEC61000-4-2: 2001
EN61000-6-2: 2005 (Electronic Discharge 15kV extended limit)
IEC61000-4-3: 2006
The product was tested according all EMC requirements necessary for
Year of the first marking:
-mark
2008
Silvio Muschter, CTO
Bronschhofen, December 1, 2009
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8 RoHS and WEEE update from Swissbit
Dear Valued Customer,
We at Swissbit place great value on the environment and thus pay close attention to the diverse aspects of
manufacturing environmentally and health friendly products. The European Parliament and the Council of
the European Union have published two Directives defining a European standard for environmental
protection. This states that CompactFlash Cards must comply with both Directives in order for them to be
sold on the European market:
RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances
WEEE – Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
Swissbit would like to take this opportunity to inform our customers about the measures we have
implemented to adapt all our products to the European norms.
What is the WEEE Directive (2002/96/EC)?
The Directive covers the following points:
Prevention of WEEE
Recovery, recycling and other measures leading to a minimization of wastage of electronic
and electrical equipment
Improvement in the quality of environmental performance of all operators involved in the
EEE life cycle, as well as measures to incorporate those involved at the EEE waste disposal
points
What are the key elements?
The WEEE Directive covers the following responsibilities on the part of producers:
Producers must draft a disposal or recovery scheme to dispose of EEE correctly.
Producers must be registered as producers in the country in which they distribute the goods.
They must also supply and publish information about the EEE categories.
Producers are obliged to finance the collection, treatment and disposal of WEEE.
Inclusion of WEEE logos on devices
In reference to the Directive, the WEEE logo must be printed directly on all devices that have sufficient
space. «In exceptional cases where this is necessary because of the size of the product, the symbol of the
WEEE Directive shall be printed on the packaging, on the instructions of use and on the warranty»
(WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC)
When does the WEEE Directive take effect?
The Directive came into effect internationally on 13 August, 2005.
What is RoHS (2002/95/EC)?
The goals of the Directive are to:
Place less of a burden on human health and to protect the environment by restricting the
use of hazardous substances in new electrical and electronic devices
To support the WEEE Directive (see above)
RoHS enforces the restriction of the following 6 hazardous substances in electronic and electrical devices:
Lead (Pb) – no more than 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials
Mercury (Hg) – no more than 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials
Cadmium (Cd) – no more than 0.01% by weight in homogeneous materials
Chromium (Cr6+) – no more than 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials
PBB, PBDE – no more than 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials
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Swissbit is obliged to minimize the hazardous substances in the products.
According to part of the Directive, manufacturers are obliged to make a self-declaration for all devices with
RoHS. Swissbit carried out intensive tests to comply with the self-declaration. We have also already taken
steps to have the analyses of the individual components guaranteed by third-party companies.
Swissbit carried out the following steps during the year with the goal of offering our customers products
that are fully compliant with the RoHS Directive.
Preparing all far-reaching directives, logistical enhancements and alternatives regarding
the full understanding and introduction of the RoHS Directive’s standards
Checking the components and raw materials:
o
o
Replacing non-RoHS-compliant components and raw materials in the supply chain
Cooperating closely with suppliers regarding the certification of all components and
raw materials used by Swissbit
Modifying the manufacturing processes and procedures
o
Successfully adapting and optimizing the new management-free integration process
in the supply chain
o
Updating existing production procedures and introducing the new procedures to
support the integration process and the sorting of materials
Carrying out the quality process
o
Performing detailed function and safety tests to ensure the continuous high quality
of the Swissbit product line
When does the RoHS Directive take effect?
As of 1 July, 2006, only new electrical and electronic devices with approved quantities of RoHS will be put
on the market.
When will Swissbit be offering RoHS-approved products?
Swissbit’s RoHS-approved products are available now. Please contact your Swissbit contact person to find
out more about exchanging your existing products for RoHS-compliant devices.
For your attention
We understand that packaging and accessories are not EEE material and are therefore not subject to the
WEEE or RoHS Directives.
Contact details:
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Tel: +41 71 913 03 03 – Fax: +41 71 913 03 15
E-mail: industrial@swissbit.com – Website: www.swissbit.com
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9 Part Number Decoder
S
F
SD
1
2
3
2048 L
4
5
1
B
N
2
6
7
8
9
Manuf.
Memory Type.
Product Type
Capacity
Platform
Revision.
Memory Organization
TO - I
10
11
- DF
12
1 - 151 - STD
13
14
15
Option
Configuration
Manuf. Code: Flash Mode
Manuf. Code: Flash Package
Temp. Option
Flash vendor Code
Number of flash chips/channels
Controller Type
9.1 Manufacturer
Swissbit code
S
Flash
F
Secure Digital card
SD
9.2 Memory Type
9.3 Product Type
9.4 Capacity
512 MB
1 GB
2 GB
0512
1024
2048
SD Card
L
x8
x16
B
C
9.5 Platform
9.6 Generation
9.7 Memory Organization
9.8 Technology
SD controller
S-200
N
9.9 Channels
1 Flash Channel
2 Flash Channel
1
2
9.10 Flash Code
Samsung
Micron
Toshiba
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SA
MT
TO
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9.11 Temp. Option
Industrial Temp. Range
-40°C – 85°C
Extended Temp. Range
-25°C – 85°C
Standard Temp Range
0°C – 70°C
I
E
C
9.12 DIE Classification
SLC MONO
(single die package)
SLC DDP
(dual die package)
M
Normal nCE & R/nB
Dual nCE & Dual R/nB
0/E
1/F
D
9.13 PIN Mode
9.14 Configuration XYZ
X Configuration
Configuration
X
default
1
Y  FW Revision
FW Revision
Y
080916
090306
091030
100107
101201
1
2
3
4
5
Z  optional
Optional
Z
optional
1
9.15 Option
Swissbit / Standard
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10 Swissbit Label specification
10.1 Front side label
512MB SD card
1GB SD card
2GB SD card
10.2 Back side lasering
SWISSBIT
SFSD0512L3BN1
SA-E-M0-111-STD
0508-4500009649
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Partnumber
Date-Lot/Serial
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11 Revision History
Table 25: Document Revision History
Date
23-Jul-2008
10-Dec-2008
06-Mar-2009
04-Dec-2009
28-Jul-2010
30-March-2011
Revision Revision Details
1.00
1.02
S-200/S-210 series added, current values actualized
better real speed values in CSD TAAC and R2W_Factor
other CSD register corrections, document structur, new generation added
1.03
1GB capacity corrected, FW update
1.10
latest FW update, CMD class 7 (Lock card) added for new firmware, write CSD specified,
disk size for the FW version 3 by the 1GB card adapted
1.11
Correct High-Speed mode timing diagram, part numbers
1.20
Samsung-NAND-Flash Versions are End of Life, and removed from DataSheet.
New 512MB – 2GB Toshiba-NAND-Flash Versions added, Partnumber Codes updated,
speed and current values updated
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application where failure could result in injury or death. If a customer wishes to use SWISSBIT products in
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