High-Speed Floating Connectors

These high-speed floating connectors provide 0.50 mm of float in the X and Y directions to minimize mating alignment errors.

FEATURES

  • Provides 0.50 mm (.0197") float in X and Y directions
  • Ideal for multiple connectors on a board
  • Up to 60 floating contacts
  • Choice of body height and right-angle design

SERIES

FT5

0.50 mm High-Speed Floating Contact Terminal Strip

Features
  • 0.50 mm (.0197") pitch
  • Choice of 1 mm or 3 mm body heights
  • Double row design up to 60 floating contacts
  • Vertical or right-angle
0.50 mm High-Speed Floating Contact Terminal Strip

FS5

0.50 mm High-Speed Floating Contact Socket Strip

Features
  • 0.50 mm (.0197") pitch
  • Double row design up to 60 floating contacts
  • 4 mm body height
0.50 mm High-Speed Floating Contact Socket Strip

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