Cable System Connects Edge Card Interfaces

Dec. 1, 2004
The EEDP series cable assemblies provide a flexible high-speed cable system for edge card interfaces (HSEC8 Series) with a variety of mounting options. Manufactured with 30 AWG, low dielectric constant twin-ax cable, the assemblies are suitable for

The EEDP series cable assemblies provide a flexible high-speed cable system for edge card interfaces (HSEC8 Series) with a variety of mounting options. Manufactured with 30 AWG, low dielectric constant twin-ax cable, the assemblies are suitable for longer cable lengths, up to 1m standard, with custom lengths up to 1.8m. Reported features include low skew and reliable EMI performance in differential pair applications. Solder joints are fully encapsulated for reliability, and a variety of standard locking and latching options are available for applications requiring rugged interfaces. Standard assemblies are available with 8, 16, 24, and 32 pairs. Connectors can be installed vertically (HSEC8-DV Series) or edge mounted (HSEC8-EM Series). For applications requiring the cable to run parallel to the board, right-angle surface-mount connectors (MEC8-RA) are also available. SAMTEC INC., New Albany, IN. (800) 726-8329.

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