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NVRAM (Non-Volatile RAM)

This type of non-volatile memory has all the advantages of RAM, namely fast write/read time, byte-addressability and any number of write/read cycles. The stored data is retained for at least 10 years even without external power.

Typical applications are programmable controls or any machine that has to save changeable parameters.

Greenwich Instruments was the first manufacturer to introduce SRAM modules with integrated lithium cells into the market in 1984. Since then, TecSys has been the German distributor of this line, which now includes memory sizes of up to 128 Kbytes.

  • Battery-backed SRAM
  • DIL housing
  • 5V voltage requirement
  • Access time better than 100nS
  • Min. 10 years of data retention