PCI Express® Edge Card

High-speed edge card sockets designed for mating with PCI Express® jumpers and extenders.

FEATURES

  • PCI Express® compatible system
  • Supports 1, 4, 8 and 16 PCI Express® links
  • Vertical or right-angle PCB mount and card edge mount
  • 1.00 mm (.0394") pitch
  • Alignment pins
  • 7 GHz / pin (14 Gbps / pin)
  • Accepts 1.60 mm (.062") card
  • Polarized

SERIES

PCIE

1.00 mm PCI Express® Edge Card Connector

Features
  • 1.00 mm (.0394") pitch
  • Supports one, four, eight and sixteen PCI Express® links
  • Accepts .062" (1.60 mm) card
  • Vertical, right-angle or edge mount
  • PCI Express® jumpers also available (PCIEC Series)
1.00 mm PCI Express® Edge Card Connector

PCIEC

1.00 mm PCI Express® Internal Cable Assembly

Features
  • Standard 36, 64, 98 and 164 Postions
  • Edge card or connector end options available
  • Mates with Samtec's PCIE series
  • Available with AcceleRate® cable
1.00 mm PCI Express® Internal Cable Assembly

PCIE-LP

1.00 mm PCI Express® Low Profile Edge Card Connector

Features
  • 1.00 mm (.0394") pitch
  • Low profile provides space savings
  • Supports one, four, eight and sixteen PCI Express® links
  • Accepts .062" (1.60 mm) thick cards
  • PCI Express® jumpers also available (PCIEC Series)
1.00 mm PCI Express® Low Profile Edge Card Connector

PCRF

PCI Express® Cable Assembly with Low Loss Microwave Cable

Features
  • Low loss 25 AWG coax cable
  • Performs up to 3.69 GHz / 7.38 Gbps
  • Standard SMA termination on cable
  • Supports one, four, eight and sixteen PCI Express® links
PCI Express® Cable Assembly with Low Loss Microwave Cable

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