SSD510K (SuperMLC)

Featuring a SATA III 6Gb/s interface and a powerful controller, Transcend’s SSD510K is an ideal high-speed, lightweight, and shockproof replacement for traditional rotating hard drives. Employing Transcend’s exclusive SuperMLC technology, the SSD510K provides superior reliability and endurance nearly equivalent to SLC NAND flash, yet at a cost-effective price. The SSD510K is for use in industrial-grade applications, such as embedded automation computers, engineering machines, and fanless PCs.



  • Transcend exclusive SuperMLC technology
  • Advanced Global Wear-Leveling and Block management for reliability
  • Advanced Garbage Collection
  • DDR3 DRAM Cache embedded
  • Built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) functionality
  • Power Shield embedded to prevent data loss in the event of sudden power outage
  • DEVSLP mode
  • Enhanced S.M.A.R.T. function
  • RoHS compliant
  • Shock resistance
  • Slim, elegant and lightweight design


Interface (connector) SATA III 6Gb/s
Form Factor 2.5"
Flash Type SuperMLC
Capacity(GB) 64GB / 128GB
Max. Performance (Vary by density) Read: 570MB/s
Write: 460MB/s
Op. Voltage(V) 5V±5%
Power Consumption (W) 3.1 W
Op. Temp.(℃) 0℃~70℃
Storage Temp.(℃) -40℃~85℃
Humidity(%) 0%~95%
Shock(G) 1500G, 0.5ms
Vibration(Hz/G) 5.0G (Peak-to-Peak), 5Hz to 800Hz (Frequency)
Dimensions(mm) 100mm × 69.85mm × 6.8mm
Weight(g) Max 63g
MTBF(hours) 1,500,000 hours
Warranty Three-year Limited Warranty* (Excludes the situation when SSD Scope Pro**'s wear-out indicator shows 0% within 3 years)
*Please access here for more information about Transcend Warranty Policy.
** SSD Scope Pro software is by request. Please contact us for more information.

Due to the complexity and variety of industrial applications, Transcend cannot guarantee 100% compatibility with all platforms and under all scenarios.
For special applications and environments, it is strongly suggested to contact Transcend beforehand for clarification.

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