Consumer SSDs are generally used for commercial or personal applications and work in general environments, so they do not have high requirements for use environments, with a shelf life of generally one year and an operating temperature of generally 0°C-70°C. The main competitive advantage is read and writes speed, with many consumer SSDs advertising read and write speeds of over 500MB/s, a very significant improvement over mechanical hard drives.
The main advantages of industrial SSDs over consumer-grade are reliability, endurance, and stability. The most important of these is the operating temperature, generally industrial SSDs are used in a variety of harsh environments, such as high temperature, high humidity, low-temperature environments, field, or special industries, so the applicable temperature of industrial SSDs are generally in the -40 ℃ - 85 ℃. Industrial SSDs generally use MLC particles, while most consumer-grade SSDs are MLC or TLC, so the lifespan of industrial SSDs is much higher than consumer-grade SSDs, with a typical shelf life of 5 years, while consumer-grade SSDs generally have a shelf life of one year. In terms of reliability and stability industrial SSDs also have an advantage, industrial SSDs maximize the protection of user data from errors and may have some additional features such as accidental power failure protection and data encryption. There are also features such as anti-shock and anti-drop