SAMTEC Slim Body Direct Attach Cable Assembly | New Product Brief
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SAMTEC Slim Body Direct Attach Cable Assembly
The Samtec ACCELERATE® Slim Body Direct Attach Cable Assembly includes the ARF6 vertical slim socket, ARF6-RA right-angle slim socket, and ARC6 slim cable body that mate together for a secure connection. The ARC6 cable has a -40°C to +125°C operating temperature range and supports 56 gigabit per second (Gbps) PAM4 and 28 gigabit per second (Gbps) NRZ applications. This is accomplished with pairs of 34 gauge (AWG), 100 Ω Eye Speed® ultra-low skew twinax cables. The high-density two-row design has a 0.635 mm pitch with 8 and 16 differential pair options. The ARF6 is a vertical surface mounting connector that is shielded and fitted with a rugged metal latch. The ARF6-RA is a right-angle connector that has rugged metal latching and shielding. These cables are ideal for differential pair routing and test in flyover mid-board assemblies.
- Samtec ACCELERATE® Slim Body Direct Attach Cable Assembly
- ARF6 vertical slim socket
- ARF6-RA right-angle slim socket
- ARC6 slim cable body
- ARC6 Cable features
- -40°C to +125°C operating temperature range
- Supports 56Gbps PAM4 (28Gbps NRZ) applications
- Eye Speed® ultra-low skew twinax cables
- 0.635 mm pitch
- 8 and 16 differential pair options
- ARF6 and ARF6-RA features
- Rugged metal latching and shielding
- Ideal for differential pair routing applications
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