HSEC8-PV

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HSEC8-PV

0.80 mm High-Speed Power/Signal Combo Edge Card Connector

The HSEC8-PV is a 0.80 mm pitch edge card connector combining high-speed signals with power contacts. Featuring Samtec's Edge Rate® contact system, this series is designed for applications requiring high-mating cycles and 28 Gbps performance. Usable with a 1.60 mm (.062") card, the HSEC8-PV is also compatible with the ECDP cable system for wire-to-board applications.

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  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact
  • Card slot: .062" (1.60 mm)
  • Choice of 2 or 4 power banks
  • Optional weld tab for mechanical strength
  • Samtec 28+ Gbps Solution
  • Extended Life Product™ (E.L.P.™)
  • UL: File # E111594
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