Kintex UltraScale FPGA KCU1250

Samtec Products Supporting Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA KCU1250

FMC Connectors: FMC connectors are Application Specific Product (ASP) versions of Samtec's SEARAY™ High-Speed Array system. These FMC connectors are available direct from Samtec and are scalable to high-performance applications as your hardware development effort demands. The (LPC) connectors provide 68 user-defined, single-ended signals (or 34 user-defined, differential pairs); (HPC) connectors provide 160 user-defined, single-ended signals (or 80 user-defined, differential pairs), 10 serial transceiver pairs and additional clocks. (HPC) and (LPC) use the same mechanical connector body - the only difference is which signals are actually populated. Thus, cards with (LPC) connectors can be plugged into (HPC) sites, and if properly designed, (HPC) cards can offer a subset of functionality when plugged into an (LPC) site.

ASP-134486-01 (HPC interconnect on KCU1250 board)
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ASP-134488-01 (HPC for mezzanine card to achieve 10 mm stack)
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ASP-134602-01 (HPC for mezzanine card to achieve 8.5 mm stack)
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ASP-134603-01 (LPC interconnect for KCU1250 board)
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ASP-134604-01 (LPC for mezzanine card to achieve 10 mm stack)
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ASP-134606-01 (LPC for mezzanine card to achieve 8.5 mm stack)
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SEAF-20-05.0-S-06-2-A-K-TR (interconnect on KCU1250 board)
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SEAM-20-XX-S-06-2-A-K-TR (for mezzanine card)
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Bulls Eye® Cable: Bulls Eye® test points eliminate costly high-performance SMA connectors with a high-density array that provides 4X the high-bandwidth signals in the same real estate, allowing for a smaller board and fewer layers
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