Product Launch: Kingston Industrial SD Memory Card

Kingston Industrial SD Memory Card

Published 12 June 2023

Tested to withstand extreme environmental factors

Ideal for extreme conditions

Kingston’s Industrial SD card delivers superior endurance and reliability across industrial applications including automation, telecommunication, data systems, building management and POS systems. It is designed and tested to withstand the most demanding environmental factors. With an operating temperature of -40°C to 85°C, Kingston’s Industrial SD card can operate normally in extended temperature ranges. The card utilises the industry-leading pSLC mode to provide reliable read speeds of up to 100MB/s*. It is rated up to 1920 TBW** with 30K P/E cycles and has a built-in feature set specific to endurance, performance and industrial needs. Kingston’s Industrial SD is available in capacities from 8GB–64GB***.

Key Features

  • Durable in extreme temperatures
  • High endurance
  • UHS-I Speed Class U3, V30, A1
  • Industrial-grade built-in features:
    • Bad block management
    • Power failure protection
    • Wear levelling
    • Auto-refresh read distribution protection
    • Dynamic data refresh
    • SiP – system in package
    • Garbage collection
    • Health monitoring
part numberdescription
SDIT/8GB8G SDHC Industrial pSLC
SDIT/16GB16G SDHC Industrial pSLC 
SDIT/32GB32G SDHC Industrial pSLC
SDIT/64GB64G SDXC Industrial pSLC

To find out more about the Kingston Industrial SD Card or to place an order, contact our team of experts today.


* Speed may vary due to host and device configuration.

** Terabytes Written (TBW) is derived from the endurance under the highest capacity and is based on internal metrics that quantify how much data can be written to a card in its lifespan.

*** Some of the listed capacity on a flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and is thus not available for data storage. As such, the actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products. For more information, go to Kingston's Flash Memory Guide.