ADATA Technology has announced its High Endurance microSDXC/SDHC UHS-I memory cards. ADATA Premier Pro microSDXC/SDHC UHS-I cards are high-endurance, Video Speed Class 30 (V30) memory cards that are specifically designed for continuous recording and constant re-recording. They are ideal for dashcams and surveillance systems, and any other application that requires stamina for non-stop recording. What’s more, with an Application Performance Class 2 (A2) rating, they can provide users with a faster, smoother app experience. Plus, they can handle extreme environments with their waterproof, shockproof, static-proof, and X-ray-resistant constructions.
Made to Handle Thousands of Hours of Recording
Built with high-quality NAND Flash chips, Premier Pro microSDXC/SDHC UHS-I cards are made to withstand up to 40,000[i] hours of high-definition video recording. Whether a fender bender on a dashcam, incident on CCTV, or home video on a camcorder[ii], users can be at ease that all will be captured.
With error correcting code technology, these cards can detect and fix a wider range of data errors. Plus, they are also waterproof (can survive accidental submergence in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes), shockproof, X-ray-proof (meets the ISO7816-1 standard), static-proof (passed EMC IEC61000-4-2 static testing), and resistant to extreme temperatures (-25°C to 85C°).
With capacities ranging from 32GB to 256GB, ADATA Premier Pro microSDXC/SDHC UHS-I memory cards make it easy to store thousands of photos and tens of hours of Full HD movies on mobile phones, dashcams, or surveillance systems. What’s more, these Application Performance Class 2 (A2)[iii] cards can run and launch mobile apps faster for a smoother experience.
[i] 256GB: up to 40,000 hours / 128GB: up to 20,000 hours / 64GB: up to 10,000 hours / 32GB: up to 5,000 hours
[ii] 4K Ultra HD (38480×1920), Full HD (1920×1080) and HD (1280×720) movie support may vary depending on the host device, file properties, and other factors.
[iii] A2 level standard: 1. Continuous transmission performance of more than 10MB per second 2. Random read performance 4000 IOPS 3. Random write performance 2000 IOPS.