Eye Speed® HD High-Speed I/O Systems

Ultra high-density, high-speed cable system with HyperTransport™ HT3.1 performance, designed for rugged applications and EMI protection.

FEATURES

  • Superior signal integrity with HyperTransport HT3.1 performance
  • Industry's densest I/O cable system
  • Rugged latching system
  • Shielded for EMI protection
  • Cable, connector, and cage available
  • Rugged design

SERIES

HDC

Cage For HDLSP/HDI6 Series Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density I/O System

Features
  • Dual port design
  • Mates with four row HDI6 connector
  • Rugged diecast construction
  • Rugged screw down one piece cage
Cage For HDLSP/HDI6 Series Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density I/O System

HDI6

0.635 mm Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density Receptacle

Features
  • Low profile right-angle design
  • Convenient solder charge surface mount tails
  • Selective gold plated contacts
  • Four row / two port contact design
  • Tape and reel packaging
0.635 mm Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density Receptacle

HDLSP

0.635 mm Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density I/O Cable Assembly

Features
  • Industry densest I/O cable
  • 35 position per row, 12 pairs per side
  • 32 AWG low skew twinax cable
  • Rugged diecast design
  • Convenient pull ring
  • Available in standard 1 m and 2 m lengths
0.635 mm Eye Speed® HD High-Speed High-Density I/O Cable Assembly

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