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Kyocera launches 0.5mm-pitch 5652 connectors for automotive applications

Kyocera has introduced a new 0.5mm-pitch floating board-to-board connector series (F/P*1 = 170%) for high-speed 16Gbps data transmission.

Sold under the 5652 Series designation, these connectors can float within ±0.85mm for easy and accurate mating.

The 5652 Series are Kyocera’s first connectors to use the new “FloXY” brand name, and the company plans to gradually expand the lineup in the future.

As the automotive market evolves so automotive devices such as Mobility Computers, IVI*2, and LiDAR require connectors that can support high-volume, high-speed data transmission without latency.

These 5652 Series connectors are the first in the industry to comply with USB 3.1 Gen.2 standards for high-speed data transmission, as well as other standards, including PCIe Gen.1 through Gen.4, MIPI D/C-PHY, SATA 3.0, and USB 3.1 Gen.1.

They are available in a wide range of stacking heights, from 14mm to 30mm, enabling more design options and are designed to withstand the extreme operating temperatures of up to 125° C (257° F) required of in-vehicle equipment.

Neil Tyler

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