Mini Edge Card System

Mini edge card sockets with optional card guides.

FEATURES

  • Available with or without card guides
  • Various plating options
  • Contacts: Up to 50 I/Os
  • Card slot: .8mm (.0315”), 1.60 mm (.062”)

SERIES

MB1

1.00 mm Mini Edge Card Socket With Guides

Features
  • 1.00 mm (.0394") pitch
  • Accepts .031" (0.80 mm) and .062" (1.60 mm) thick cards
  • Optional card guides
  • Single row design up to 50 pins
1.00 mm Mini Edge Card Socket With Guides

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