Posted on November 14, 2011 - ( views)
Yamaichi Electronics has expanded its existing HF507S high-speed series with a direct mating type. The new variant, the HF507S-xx-72, is based on a new design that simplifies the connection between the plug and the cable. Unlike the existing non-ZIF solution, which relies on engagement in the plug connector using an adapter assembled with FPC/FFC, in the direct mating type the high-speed FFC can be plugged directly together without additional materials. The FFC has a small punched-out gap on both sides in the plug area for this purpose. It is inserted into the connector and engages with its shape using a so-called 'one-push lock' procedure. To remove the FFC, one simply presses a button located on the top of the connector. The dimensions of the FFC in the plug area correspond to those of systems already on the market.
Tel.: +49 89 - 45109-0
Fax: +49- 89 - 45109-110
For manual and volume testing of components
Test sockets available for manual and volume testing of components
They provide a special IP20 locking for the CAT6A version of the series, called Y-ConProfix
With an increase in transmission rate
With a new back wall-mounted socket
100 ohm differential impedance, two locking stages, secure connector locking
With screw lockings in different variants and codings
for space-critical installation situations
With push-pull locking
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