Cable Assemblies

Cable Assemblies

Samtec Cable Assemblies include high speed assemblies with micro coax or twinax cables. Sealed panel and I/O systems are IP67 and IP68 protected. Also available is a full line of discrete wire, IDC, and FFC cable assemblies, including a broad selection of housings and contacts, as well as hand tools and semi-automatic applicators.

High-Speed Cable Assemblies

High-Speed Cable Assemblies

High-speed cable assemblies with micro coax and twinax cable for differential and single-ended applications.

Panel and I/O

Panel and I/O

High-speed optical, low skew pair copper and sealed IP68/IP67 systems for rugged, panel-to-panel applications.

Discrete Wire, IDC & FFC

Discrete Wire, IDC & FFC

Discrete wire and IDC cable assemblies in socket and terminal designs on a variety of pitches from 0.80 mm to 6.35 mm, including rugged Tiger Eye™ contacts, isolated signals and high power systems.

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