June 11, 2021
The latest product launched by Chipjet are non-battery replacement chips for use in Brother devices.
Semiconductor memory has two types: volatile memory (e.g. DRAM and SRAM) and non-volatile memory (e.g. EPROM, EEPROM and FRAM). Volatile memory loses its stored data when the power to the memory chip is turned off, while non-volatile memory preserves the data stored in it during periods when the power to the chip is turned off.
As a result, ferroelectric RAM (FRAM), which integrates ROM’s non-volatility and RAM’s infinite high-speed read and write advantages, becomes one of the most frequently used memories by OEMs.
Chipjet explained: “To ensure the chip’s effectiveness in the face of OEMs’ updates, most compatible consumable chip manufacturers have to choose SRAM, which has similar performance to FRAM, as they have not totally mastered FRAM technology yet. However, SRAM is volatile, meaning it needs a sustaining and steady power supply to ensure efficient data storage. Otherwise, when external factors (such as loosening, static stimulation and dead battery) appear, there would be a risk of data loss.”
Chipjet started upgrading and finally selected Magnetic Random Access Memory (MRAM), which has several advantages such as non-volatility, infinite times for erasing and writing data, long lifespan and low power consumption.
The new replacement chips are now available. Watch the video above for an installation guide.
For more information on the above or any other of Chipjet’s range, please visit www.chipjet.com.cn.
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