EPLSP

0.80 mm Eye Speed® Rugged Latching High-Speed I/O Cable Assembly

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Features
  • Supports SAS, SATA, Fibre Channel, Ethernet, PCIe® and InfiniBand™ protocols
  • High-cycle Edge Rate® contact system
  • Rugged positive latch
  • 32 AWG low skew pair twinax cable
  • Available in 19 and 31 positions
  • Small 25.40 mm bend radius high flex cable
Features
  • Supports SAS, SATA, Fibre Channel, Ethernet, PCIe® and InfiniBand™ protocols
  • High-cycle Edge Rate® contact system
  • Rugged positive latch
  • 32 AWG low skew pair twinax cable
  • Available in 19 and 31 positions
  • Small 25.40 mm bend radius high flex cable
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