Sorry, maybe I should have been more exact, with what I"m looking to do.
I want to hook a fail-safe switch to an SSD drive, so that, basically if a switch is triggered (or not triggered, depending on the type of fail safe circuit), the SSD would be destroyed or at least the data it contained, would be completely unrecoverable.
I built something that did exactly this, using a bulk erasing circuit, on a notebook hard drive, but SSD's use totally different hardware.
I was playing around with using instant heat technology (the same material and circuit found in cold heat soldering irons) to heat the chips to destruction, but I thought 12 to 24 volts of high current, applied to the right place on the circuit board or the chips themselves, would be able to give me the same results, without the extra hardware.
Again, any help appreciated.