Customer convenience port modules

  • 21-Oct-2010 03:05 EDT

Molex designs and supplies integrated active and passive input/output (I/O) customer convenience port (CCP) modules that provide the automotive and nonautomotive transportation markets with access to the high-speed audio and video connections needed for computers, video displays, CD players, DVD players, and video games. The CCP modules can be quickly and cost-effectively designed and supplied with custom options including full I/O integration, passive and active PCB routing, and mechanical enclosure design. Other features of the CCP include: the use of multiple connection types such as HSAutoLink, USB, HDMI, IEEE 1394, ethernet, SD memory cards, auxiliary jack inputs, and more to meet end-system requirements; power supply and media-bus architecture designed to adapt to customers' existing application requirements, thereby eliminating or reducing the need for application redesign; and testing and product validation support, including electrical, mechanical, environmental, EMI, ESD, and signal integrity evaluations.

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