AcceleRate® HD Ultra-Dense, Slim Body Multi Row Mezzanine Strips

AcceleRate® HD Ultra-Dense, Slim Body Multi Row Mezzanine Strips

AcceleRate® HD ultra-dense, multi-row mezzanine strips are rated for 56 Gbps PAM4 on a 0.635 mm pitch.


FAMILY OVERVIEW

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AcceleRate® HD features high-speed Edge Rate® contacts designed for high-speed, high-cycle applications.

The surface of the contact is milled creating a smooth mating surface, which reduces wear on the contact increasing durability and cycle life. Also, lower insertion and withdrawal forces allow zippered unmating.

AcceleRate® HD Explorer

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FEATURES

  • Incredibly dense with up to 240 total I/Os; up to 400 in development
  • Low profile 5 mm stack height
  • Slim 5 mm width
  • 4-row design; 10 - 60 positions per row (70 - 100 total positions per row in development)
  • Edge Rate® contact system optimized for signal integrity performance
  • Open-pin-field design for grounding and routing flexibility
  • Supports 56 Gbps PAM4 (28 Gbps NRZ) applications
  • PCIe® Gen 5 compatible
  • Solder ball technology for simplified processing and self aligning
  • 7 - 16 mm stack heights, right-angle and cable in development
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High-Speed Board-to-Board Application Guide

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AcceleRate® HD - Samtec High-Density Mezzanine Solution to 56 Gbps PAM4

Products

ADM6

0.635 mm AcceleRate® HD High-Density 4-Row Terminal

Features
  • Incredibly dense with up to 240 total I/Os; up to 400 I/Os in development
  • Low profile 5 mm stack height and slim 5 mm width
  • 4-row design; 10 - 60 positions per row (40 - 240 total positions)
  • Edge Rate® contact system optimized for signal integrity performance
  • Supports 56 Gbps PAM4 (28 Gbps NRZ) applications
  • Solder ball technology for simplified processing and self aligning
  • Additional stack heights in development
  • View the full line of AcceleRate® products
0.635 mm AcceleRate® HD High-Density 4-Row Terminal

ADF6

0.635 mm AcceleRate® HD High-Density 4-Row Socket

Features
  • Incredibly dense with up to 240 total I/Os; up to 400 I/Os in development
  • Low profile 5 mm stack height and slim 5 mm width
  • 4-row design; 10 - 60 positions per row (40 - 240 total positions)
  • Edge Rate® contact system optimized for signal integrity performance
  • Supports 56 Gbps PAM4 (28 Gbps NRZ) applications
  • Solder ball technology for simplified processing and self aligning
  • Additional stack heights in development
  • View the full line of AcceleRate® products
0.635 mm AcceleRate® HD High-Density 4-Row Socket

GPSO

SureWare™ Guide Post Standoff

Features
  • Allows for 0.035" of initial misalignment; alignment starts before connectors engage
  • Assists with “blind mate” for ultra micro, fine pitch mezzanine connectors
  • 5 mm - 30 mm stack heights
  • MIL-DTL stainless steel
  • Pairs well with NVAM/NVAF, APM6/APF6, ADM6/ADF6 and UMPT/UMPS
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