Industry’s smallest mounting area, "microSD™ Card Connector (Push-Pull type)" developed and marketed
We are pleased to announce the development and commencement of marketing of “micro SD™ card connector (Push-Pull type)”.
In recent years, requirements for a lower profile and smaller components have increased as mobile phones and small portable equipments became thinner and smaller. The micro SD™ card is widely employed in many equipment as the ultra-small memory card and a further increase in the demand is expected.
This new product is a small and low profile design with the mounting height of 1.47mm, width of 11.35mm and depth of 11.25mm and has achieved the industry’s smallest mounting area by the one-piece molded contact and housing and the unique shield cover design. Such dimensions effectively bring out the advantages of size of the micro SD™ card and contribute to thinner and smaller equipments such as mobile phones (approx. 11% reduction in height, approx. 13% reduction in mounting area and approx. 23% reduction in volume from our previous equivalents).
The card insertion/removal system is a Push-Pull system with a normal insertion direction. By employing a half-locking mechanism, the card can be securely hold and prevents the cards from flying out. The shield cover employs a mechanism that augments shielding performance and connector strength.
Note: micro SD™: trademark of SD Association.
|Date Released||Dec. 17, 2009|
|Press Release No.||879cs|
|Product Name||micro SD™ card connector (Push-Pull type)|
||Voltage and Current Rating||0.5A, 100V AC/DC|
|Contact Resistance||100 ohms max.|
|Insulating Resistance||1000M ohms min. 200V DC|
|Withstanding Voltage||500V AC, min.|
|Operation Life||3,000 times|
|Operation Temperature Range||-30 degrees to +65 degrees|
|Applications||Small portable equipments such as mobile phones.|
|Production Capacity||1,000,000 units/monthly|
|Market Introduction||December 2009|
|Inquiry||* For more information, please contact the CS Division:|
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