SEARAY™ 0.80 mm Pitch Ultra High-Density Array Cable Assemblies

These ultra high-density, high-speed array cable assemblies feature micro coax cable and rugged Edge Rate® contacts.

FEATURES

  • Performance to 35.00 Gbps
  • 50% board space savings versus .050" (1.27 mm) pitch SEARAY™
  • Edge Rate® contacts reduce broadside coupling
  • 50 ohm single-ended signal routing
  • Supports PCIe® Gen 3 and SAS3 protocols
  • Designed for rugged micro pitch applications
  • 34 AWG micro ribbon coax cable
  • Up to 300 I/Os
  • 8 and 10 row designs

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SERIES

ESCA

0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed/High-Density Array Micro Coax Cable Assembly

Features
  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • Eight and ten rows
  • 50 ohm single-ended signal routing
  • 34 AWG micro ribbon coax cable
  • Available up to 300 positions
  • UL: File # E111594
0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed/High-Density Array Micro Coax Cable Assembly

SEAF8

0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed High-Density Open-Pin-Field Array Socket

Features
  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • 50% board space savings versus .050" pitch SEARAY™
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact system
  • 56 Gbps PAM4 performance
  • Lower insertion/withdrawal forces
  • Solder charge termination
  • 7 mm and 10 mm stack heights
  • Final Inch® patent pending
0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed High-Density Open-Pin-Field Array Socket

SEAM8

0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed High-Density Open-Pin-Field Array Terminal

Features
  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • 50% board space savings versus .050" pitch SEARAY™
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact system
  • 56 Gbps PAM4 performance
  • Lower insertion/withdrawal forces
  • Solder charge termination
  • 7 mm and 10 mm stack heights
  • Final Inch® patent pending
0.80 mm SEARAY™ High-Speed High-Density Open-Pin-Field Array Terminal

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