Edge Rate® High-Speed Cable Assemblies

Edge Rate®

These high-speed cable assemblies feature rugged Edge Rate® contacts and Eye Speed® micro coax or twinax cable.

FEATURES

  • Performance to 15.00 Gbps for 0.25 m
  • 50 ohm single-ended and 100 ohm differential pair signal routing
  • Designed for rugged micro pitch applications
  • Edge Rate® contacts reduce broadside coupling
  • Latching system available
  • Hot swappable

SERIES

ERCD

0.80 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Coax Cable Assembly

Features
  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • 50 ohm single-ended signal routing
  • 34 AWG coax cable
  • Double row system to 120 pins
  • Standard metal latching system
0.80 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Coax Cable Assembly

ERDP

0.80 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Twinax Cable Assembly

Features
  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • 100 ohm differential signal routing
  • 30 AWG twinax cable
  • Double row system to 98 pins
  • Standard metal latching system
0.80 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Twinax Cable Assembly

ERF8

0.80 mm Edge Rate® Rugged High-Speed Socket Strip

Features
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • Smooth broad milled contact surface for increased wear life
  • Positions: Up to 200
  • Stack Height: 7.00 mm - 16.00 mm
  • Final Inch® break out region data available
  • Dual sourced By Hirose®
  • Samtec 28+ Gbps Solution
0.80 mm Edge Rate® Rugged High-Speed Socket Strip

ERM8

0.80 mm Edge Rate® Rugged High-Speed Terminal Strip

Features
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • Smooth broad milled contact surface for increased wear life
  • Positions: Up to 200
  • Stack Height: 7.00 mm - 16.00 mm
  • Final Inch® break out region data available
  • Dual sourced By Hirose®
  • Samtec 28+ Gbps Solution
0.80 mm Edge Rate® Rugged High-Speed Terminal Strip

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