Micron eMMC is a communication and mass data storage device that includes a Multi- MediaCard (MMC) interface, a NAND Flash component, and a controller on an advanced 11-signal bus, which is compliant with the MMC system specification. Its low cost, small size, Flash technology independence, and high data throughput make eMMC ideal for embedded applications like set-top boxes, digital cameras/camcor- ders, digital TVs, and a variety other consumer products. The nonvolatile eMMC draws no power to maintain stored data, delivers high performance across a wide range of operating temperatures, and resists shock and vibration disruption.
MultiMediaCard (MMC) controller and NAND Flash
153- or 169-ball WFBGA/VFBGA/LFBGA (RoHS 6/6-compliant)
VCCQ(dual voltage): 1.65–1.95V; 2.7–3.6V
Storage temperature: –40 ̊C to +85 ̊C
Typical current consumption
Standby current: 110μA for 2GB, 120μA for 4GB, 8GB, 16GB; 140μA for 32G; 160μA for 64GB
Active current (RMS): 70mA (2GB); 80mA (4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB)