I plan to use RPi’s (zero w) to create some potentiometer value readers for the company I work at. They will be used in the production, in order to adjust the potentiometers in some products. The problem is that the RPi’s might be used by people who are not that familiar with how computers work and may simply remove the power from the pi without using the turn off switch that I am going to add. As an extra safety measure I thought of using industrial microSD cards as they are tougher and some are advertised as offering power failure protection. I have read around some good stuff about them but the information I found is not enough.
I would be grateful if someone could suggest some specific brand/model of industrial cards based on experience and good results against power failures. Currently looking at the cards from ATP, SwissBit and Panasonic.
Ps: as a second level protection I am thinking of adding a small ups on every pi as well that triggers a shutdown command.