Shielded Connector System provides EMU suppression.

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Q2(TM) shielded connector system incorporates shield plates along sides of connector and terminates them to PCB via selected signal pins. Available in single ended and differential pair versions, system has signal pins on .025 in. pitch and is available with 52, 104, 156, and 208 total pins per connector set. Connectors are polarized to ensure proper mating. In addition to vertical mating, edge-mount, power combo, and non-shielded versions are available.



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New Q2(TM) Shielded Connector System From Samtec



Samtec's new Q2(TM) shielded connector system (QMSS/QFSS Series) provides EMU suppression by incorporating shield plates along the sides of the connector and terminating them to the PCB via selected signal pins. Both single ended and differential pair versions are available as standard. Applications specific options with other signal/ground configurations are also available.

This new system has signal pins on .025" (0,635mm) pitch and is available with 52, 104, 156, and 208 total pins per connector set. It is hot-pluggable with the shields and ground plane mating first followed by the signal pins. Application specific options allow three stage hot-pluggability by reducing the height of the selected signal pins.

Connectors are polarized to assure proper mating. In addition to vertical mating with 11mm (.433") spacing between boards, edge-mount, power combo, and not-shielded versions are available.

Samtec is an end-to-end supplier of connectors, circuits, and subsystems with extensive in-house Signal Integrity capabilities for design, analysis, manufacturing, and assembly of high speed systems.

For more information on Samtec's complete line of Signal Integrity connectors, contact: Samtec, Inc. o P.O. Box 1147 o New Albany, IN 47151-1147 o Phone: 1-800-SAMTEC-9. or 812-944-6733 o Fax: 812-944-5047 o Internet: www.samtec.com o E-mail: info@samtec.com.

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