Stackable, right-angle headers

  • 19-Apr-2013 04:19 EDT
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Molex Inc.’s modular, stackable HS Stac headers combine the high-speed USCAR-30 HSAutoLink interface with the modular, stackable configuration of the versatile Stac64 connector system. With a 0.80-mm (0.031-in) pitch, the HS Stac headers allow greater design flexibility and space savings in PCB trace routing for in-vehicle infotainment and telematic devices, claims Molex Inc. The HS Stac right-angle headers package the USCAR-30 interface found in the Molex HSAutoLink family in a rugged, shroud-stackable formation compatible with the Molex Stac64 header family. This design creates a multibay, high-speed connection system to meet growing in-vehicle terminal requirements for devices and modules in automotive and commercial transportation applications. HS Stac headers mate with a range of existing HSAutoLink cable assemblies, offering a complete connection solution. 

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