Memory Stick Pinout




Memory Stick description and Pin Out

Memory Stick is another type of Removable NAND-type small flash memory card format which was introduced in 1998. There are a few different Memory Stick formats: the Standard-size Memory Stick media measures 50.0mm x 21.5mm x 2.8mm [Width x Height x Depth], and the Memory Stick Duo media measures 31.0mm x 20.0mm x 1.6mm [Width x Height x Depth]. Pins 1 and 10 are longer then the other pins so ground is the first pin to make contact and the last to break contact. Pin 6 is recessed and make contact last as the stick is inserted. The pins are flat electrodes. The maximum transfer rate is 2.54MBps, with a maximum clock frequency of 40MHz. Memory Stick requires a power supply voltage of 2.7v to 3.6 volts.





Memory Stick Pinout
Pin # Pin Name Signal Function
1 Vss Ground
2 BS Bus State
3 DATA1 Data Line 1
4 SDIO / DATA0 Serial Data In/Out, Data Line 0
5 DATA2 Data Line 2
6 INS Insertion Detection pin
7 DATA3 Data Line 3
8 SCLK Serial Clock
9 Vcc Power
10 Vss Ground

Comparison of Removable Memory Card sizes

Comparison of Removable Memory Card sizes





Picture of a 256MB Memory Stick from Lexmar
256MB Memory Stick

Memory Stick Micro M2

Flash Memory Stick Formats



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