Razor Beam™ High-Speed Cable Assemblies

These micro rugged, high-speed cable assemblies feature Eye Speed® micro coax cable.

FEATURES

  • 50 ohm single-ended signal routing
  • 38 AWG micro ribbon coax cable
  • Rugged screw down option
  • Vertical or right-angle end options
  • 0.50 mm (.0197") pitch

SERIES

HLCD

0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Coax Cable Assembly

Features
  • 0.50 mm (.0197") pitch
  • 50 ohm single-ended signal routing
  • 38 AWG coax cable
  • Double row design up to 100 pins
  • Optional screw downs for rugged applications
  • UL: File # E111594
0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Coax Cable Assembly

LSHM

0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

Features
  • Ten stack height options from 5.00 mm to 12.00 mm
  • Audible click when mated
  • Mating and unmating forces approximately 4-6x greater than typical micro pitch connectors
  • Parallel, perpendicular and coplanar systems
  • Up to 100 I/Os
  • Shield option available
  • Self-mating system reduces inventory cost
  • Lubricated option available
0.50 mm Razor Beam™ High-Speed Hermaphroditic Terminal/Socket Strip

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