ERDP

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0.80 mm Edge Rate® Twinax Cable Assemblies

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The ERDP is a 0.80 mm pitch high-speed cable assembly for wire-to-board applications. Compatible with the ERF8 and ERM8 connectors, the ERDP uses Samtec's Eye Speed cable to provide 14 Gbps performance. Samtec's unique manufacturing techniques allows customers to specify custom cable lengths for quick delivery.

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  • 0.80 mm (.0315") pitch
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • 100 ohm differential signal routing
  • 30 AWG twinax cable
  • Double row system to 98 pins
  • Standard metal latching system
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