On 1/4/06, Craig Hughes <craig@...> wrote:
> As I understand it (which may well be wrong, cos I haven't read the
> spec recently in detail), CF cards are supposed to be able to run at
> 5V or 3.3V, and the card is basically responsible for dealing with it
> if you give it 3.3V.
Well, the last time I read the spec, it said the card must be able to
withstand 5V while being interrogated for a tuple that tells the
interrogator if it can handle 3.3V. I know the original CF spec was
strictly 5V, but that was a long time ago (early '90s), and I know
that some cards love 3.3V.
And I also know that my WiFi card (the first one you folks recomended)
doesn't work worht spit with 3.3V. But feel free to recommend whatever
you wish. :) Just trying do my part to keep your customers from
disappointment. I'm on your side, rahlly I am. :)
Michael M. Butler : m m b u t l e r ( a t ) g m a i l . c o m
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