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I/O Connector, 16 Contacts, Receptacle, Micro SATA, Through Hole, PCB Mount

10080211-0001LF - I/O Connector, 16 Contacts, Receptacle, Micro SATA, Through Hole, PCB Mount

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Manufacturer Part No:
10080211-0001LF
Newark Part No.:
45P2954
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The 10080211-0001LF is a 16-position black right angle through hole Micro SATA DIP Receptacle with fork style metal clip retention. This connector has 5uinch gold-plated copper alloy contact and high temperature UL94V-0 thermoplastic housing. This Micro SATA connector cater to 1.8-inch SATA drive form factors for hard disk drives (HDDs) or solid state drives (SSDs), used in set top boxes, game consoles or portable storage drives. The connectors comply with serial ATA specification, supporting Gen 2 data rates of 3Gb/s.
  • Compliant with Micro SATA requirements in serial ATA Specification
  • 16 Contacts on 1.27mm pitch, 7 for signals and 7+2 for power
  • Supports Gen 1 (1.5Gbps) and Gen 2 (3Gbps) data rates
  • High-durability design supports 500 mating cycles
  • Designed to support hot-plugging and blind-mating
  • Connector retainers provide additional mechanical strength after soldering

Applications

Computers & Computer Peripherals, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices

Product Information

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16Contacts
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Receptacle
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Micro SATA
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Through Hole
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PCB Mount
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Gold Plated Contacts
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Copper Alloy
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