PM2 Series, Pluggable Connector Assemblies

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PM2B013HQ1R1000
CONN SATA PLUG 13POS SLD R/A
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Gold
Through Hole, Right Angle
13
Board Guide, Flange
11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Plug
SATA
PM2B013HS2R1000
CONN SATA PLUG 13POS SLD R/A
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Gold
Through Hole, Right Angle
13
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11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Plug
SATA
PM2R013NQ2R350
CONN SATA RCPT 13POS SLD R/A SMD
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Gold
Surface Mount, Right Angle
13
Board Lock
11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
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SATA
PM2B013HS1R1000
CONN SATA PLUG 13POS SLD R/A
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Quantity
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Solder
Gold
Through Hole, Right Angle
13
Board Guide, Flange
11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Plug
SATA
PM2R013NQ1R500
CONN SATA RCPT 13POS SLD R/A SMD
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
Solder
Gold
Surface Mount, Right Angle
13
Board Lock, Flange
11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Receptacle
SATA
PM2R013VQ2R800
CONN SATA RCPT 13POS SLD SMD
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Gold
Surface Mount
13
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11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Receptacle
SATA
PM2R013NQ4R250
CONN SATA RCPT 13POS SLD R/A SMD
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Gold
Surface Mount, Right Angle
13
-
11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Receptacle
SATA
PM2R013NQ3R300
CONN SATA RCPT 13POS SLD R/A SMD
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Surface Mount, Right Angle
13
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11.8µin (0.30µm)
PM2
Receptacle
SATA

About  Pluggable Connector Assemblies

Pluggable connector family consists of a variety of connector types that are widely used in cable-to-board applications within internal computer and network infrastructure. These connectors play a crucial role in establishing reliable and efficient connections between different components of IT systems. Some examples of connector types commonly found in this family include: CFP (C form-factor pluggable): CFP connectors are utilized for high-speed communication applications, supporting data rates of up to 100 Gbps. They are commonly employed in network switches, routers, and other networking equipment. QSFP (quad small form-factor pluggable): QSFP connectors, smaller in size than CFP connectors, are suitable for applications where space is limited. They offer high-speed data transmission capabilities, making them ideal for use in data centers, storage systems, and high-performance computing environments. SAS (serial attached SCSI): SAS connectors are designed for connecting various types of storage devices, such as hard drives and solid-state drives (SSDs). They provide reliable and high-speed data transfer between storage devices and host systems. SAS Mini: Similar to SAS connectors, SAS Mini connectors are smaller in size, making them suitable for compact devices, portable storage solutions, and other applications with space constraints. SATA (serial advanced technology attachment): SATA connectors are commonly used for connecting storage devices like hard drives and optical drives in computer systems. They provide a cost-effective and efficient solution for data transfer within personal computers and consumer electronics. SFP (small form-factor pluggable): SFP connectors are widely used in networking equipment to support high-speed data communication, with data rates of up to 10 Gbps. They are commonly used in switches, routers, and network interface cards. These connector types, along with others not mentioned, offer a wide range of options for establishing reliable and high-speed connections within computer and network infrastructure. They enable efficient data transfer, contribute to the overall performance of IT systems, and support the seamless operation of various applications and services.