Datasheet KALIBER-XS1 EN

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Industrial USB Flash Drives M12

Access to reliable and secure data storage is often needed locally without the dependency on cloud storage, the KALIBER-XS1 are the ideal Plug&Play solution. The most compact M12 USB stick worldwide have been designed and developed for use in continuous operation under extreme environmental conditions.

The superior shock and vibration resistance, the robust IP65/67 stainless steel housing, high dielectric strength and the extended temperature range make the industrial USB Flash Drives suitable for railways (DIN EN 50155).

To ensure the highest level of data integrity and maximum endurance in data storage, a powerful Flash Management is used to handle the memory inside the USB drive. The ultra-compact design and low power consumption make the KALIBER-XS1 ideal for use in highly optimized applications requiring extreme ruggedness and reliability.

Reliable and Secure Data Storage Under Harsh Environmental Conditions

  • Failure-resistant SLC NAND Flash
  • IP65/67 stainless steel housing 
  • Ultra-compact robust design 
  • M12 connector A-coded 4-pin 
  • Temperature range -40 to + 70°C 
  • Industry & railway DIN EN 50155 
  • Error Checking and Correction ECC 
  • Flash memory management

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