Serial ATA Link Card Socket

High-speed micro plane socket accommodates variable mating card thickness.

FEATURES

  • Tremendous board stacking, routing flexibility
  • Mount in pairs onsame side or opposite side for easy routing
  • SATALink™ compatible
  • Variable mating card thickness
  • Low profile
  • Large deflection BeCu contact

SERIES

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1.00 mm SATALink™ Compatible High-Speed Micro Plane Socket

Features
  • Low profile
  • Mount in pairs on same side or opposite side for easy routing
  • SATALink™ compatible
  • Large deflection Beryllium Copper contact
  • Tremendous board stacking, routing flexibility
  • Variable mating card thickness
1.00 mm SATALink™ Compatible High-Speed Micro Plane Socket

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