TPAR

1.50 mm X 1.75 mm High-Speed Elevated Array Riser

This array riser is part of a three-piece elevated mezzanine system with a 35 mm standard stack height that allows for better system airflow. The 1.5 mm x 1.75 mm pitch riser features wafers with a dedicated ground plane and polarity-swapping technology that greatly reduces crosstalk in 100 Ω differential applications. The three-piece system is available with choice of 50, 100 or 150 pairs as well as tools for installation and removal.

Features
  • Up to 300 signals, 150 pairs
  • 35 mm stack height standard, 18-40 mm stack height available
  • Dual sourced by Hirose® IT5
  • Selective gold Plating
  • UL: File # E111594
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