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1.00 mm Pitch High-Speed Edge Card

1.00 mm pitch high-speed edge card sockets with rugged Edge Rate® contacts and misalignment mitigation.

FEATURES

  • Performance up to 14 GHz / 28 Gbps
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contacts decrease crosstalk and increase cycle life
  • 20 – 140 total pins
  • Accepts .062" (1.60 mm) thick cards
  • Optional weld tab and alignment pin

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SERIES

HSEC1-DV

1.00 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Edge Card Connector, Vertical

Features
  • Accepts .062" (1.60 mm) thick cards
  • 1.00 mm pitch, up to 140 positions
  • Optional weld tab for mechanical strength
1.00 mm Edge Rate® High-Speed Edge Card Connector, Vertical

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