Automotive hard drive

  • 15-Oct-2013 09:14 EDT

Specifically designed for the automotive infotainment and telematics markets, HGST’s Endurastar J4K320 family of single-platter hard disk drives (HDDs) helps system integrators and manufacturers create a seamless in-car lifestyle experience. The new Endurastar J4K320 hard drive family is based on proven technology and provides the industry’s highest automotive HDD capacity at 320 GB (220% more capacity than its predecessor), claims the company. It is built to operate in extreme and varying temperatures in a range of -30 to +85°C (-22 to 185°F) and altitudes of up to 5500 m (18,045 ft). The family has improved operating shock tolerance of 300 g and a non-operating shock of 800 g for extra reliability and data protection when driving on damaged or unpaved roads. Available in 320-, 250-, 200-, 100-, and 80-GB capacities, the Endurastar J4K320 family operates at 4260 rpm and features a SATA interface for easy design configuration flexibility. 

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