Convergent Design 512GB Premium SSD for Odyssey 7, 7Q, 7Q+

BH #COCDSSD512 • MFR #180-10010-100
Convergent Design
Convergent Design 512GB Premium SSD for Odyssey 7, 7Q, 7Q+
Key Features
  • Proprietary 2.5" Server-Grade SSD
  • Designed to Maintain Read/Write Speeds
  • Power Protection Circuit
  • Burned In and Checked for Errors
This is a proprietary 2.5" 512GB Server-Grade SSD from Convergent Design, made specifically for the Odyssey 7, 7Q, and 7Q+ monitors/recorders. It's designed to maintain the read/write speeds required by the Odyssey throughout its lifespan. It also features a power protection circuit that in the event of a power loss will close out the current file to prevent corruption of the file and remaining data.
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Convergent Design SSD Media Overview

This is a proprietary 2.5" 512GB Server-Grade SSD from Convergent Design, made specifically for the Odyssey 7, 7Q, and 7Q+ monitors/recorders. It's designed to maintain the read/write speeds required by the Odyssey throughout its lifespan. It also features a power protection circuit that in the event of a power loss will close out the current file to prevent corruption of the file and remaining data.

This SSD uses a SATA III interface for offloading files to a computer. A SATA adapter is not included, but any off-the-shelf adapter or USB 3.0 SSD adapter will work.

Each Convergent Design Premium SSD is individually tested by Convergent Design for full compatibility with the Odysseys. Test results proved failures to be nearly non-existent. Prior to distribution, all units are burned in and checked for errors.

Approximate Record Times (Minutes)

Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (10-Bit compressed 1080p HD):
24 fps: 335 minutes ; 25 fps: 322 minutes ; 30 fps: 290 minutes

2K/1080p HD Video (Uncompressed 10-Bit DPX):
24 fps: 43.5 minutes ; 25 fps: 42 minutes ; 30 fps: 35 minutes

2K/1080p HD Video (Uncompressed 12-Bit DPX):
24 fps: 37 minutes ; 25 fps: 36 minutes ; 30 fps: 35 minutes ; 50 fps: 21 minutes ; 60 fps: 17.5 minutes

ARRIRAW 16:9:
24 fps: 50 minutes ; 25 fps: 48.5 minutes ; 30 fps: 40 minutes ; 50 fps: 23 minutes ; 60 fps: 20 minutes

ARRIRAW 4:3 (48 fps Top Speed = 19 minutes):
24 fps: 38 minutes ; 25 fps: 36.5 minutes ; 30 fps: 30 minutes

Canon C500 Cinema RAW 4K:
24 fps: 31 minutes ; 25 fps: 30 minutes ; 30 fps: 25 minutes ; 50 fps: 15 minutes ; 60 fps: 12.5 minutes

Sony FS700 2K RAW:
24 fps: 100 minutes ; 25 fps: 96 minutes ; 30 fps: 80 minutes ; 50 fps: 48 minutes ; 60 fps: 40 minutes

FS700 2K RAW @ 120 fps = 20 minutes
FS700 2K RAW @ 240 fps = 10 minutes

Convergent Design SSD Media Specs

Storage Capacity512 GB
Performance
InterfaceSATA III (6 Gb/s)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7 x 4.65 x 0.45"
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What SATA reader connects with this drive?
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