UEC5

FireFly™ Edge Card Socket Assembly

This FireFly™ micro high speed edge card connector is one part of a two-piece system with a tiny footprint on the board and interchageable for both copper and optical flyover cable assemblies. The edge card connector provides data and supports signal speeds up to 28 Gbps.

Features
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact system
  • Low profile right-angle design
  • Standard alignment pins and surface mount tails
  • Selective gold plated contacts
  • Available in 19 positions
  • Tape and reel packaging
  • Patent pending
  • FireFly™ evaluation kit available
  • UL: File # E111594
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