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triangle alert Samtec manufacturing capacity has been influenced by this pandemic. Our global operations team is working tirelessly to maximize output and minimize impact to customers while prioritizing COVID-19 critical response applications. Some part numbers are experiencing delays, but many are not. For the most up-to-date and accurate lead times use your My Samtec account, chat, or call us anytime for the latest information. ×

UEC5-1

Up To 20 Gbps 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 20 Gbps.

Up To 20 Gbps FireFly™ Edge Card Socket Assembly
Features
  • Up to 20 Gbps performance
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact system
  • Low profile right-angle design
  • Available in 19 positions
  • Standard alignment pins and surface mount tails
  • Selective gold plated contacts
  • PCB footprints are not interchangeable for UEC5-1 and UEC5-2 data rate versions
Features
  • Up to 20 Gbps performance
  • Rugged Edge Rate® contact system
  • Low profile right-angle design
  • Available in 19 positions
  • Standard alignment pins and surface mount tails
  • Selective gold plated contacts
  • PCB footprints are not interchangeable for UEC5-1 and UEC5-2 data rate versions
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