ERF8-RA

0.80 mm Edge Rate® Rugged High Speed Socket, Right-Angle

The ERF8-RA is a right-angled board-mount socket designed for use in high-speed systems. The ERF8-RA uses the Edge Rate® contact system which is designed for applications requiring high-mating cycles and 56Gbps PAM4 performance. The ERF8-RA mates with ERM8 board-mounted headers.

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Features
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • Smooth broad milled contact surface for increased wear life
  • 28 Gbps performance
  • Positions: Up to 150
  • Latching and extended guide post options
  • Dual sourced By Hirose®
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Features
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • Smooth broad milled contact surface for increased wear life
  • 28 Gbps performance
  • Positions: Up to 150
  • Latching and extended guide post options
  • Dual sourced By Hirose®
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