Industry’s shortest 1.4mm when mounted, “6P (poles) SIM card connector (Push-Push type)” developed and marketed
We are pleased to announce the development and commencement of marketing of the industry’ shortest 1.4mm when mounted, “6P (poles) SIM card connector (Push-Push type)”.
SIM card connectors are used on mobile phones of GSM system which is the unified European Standard of digital mobile phones and a further increase in demand is expected.
In order to correspond to the demand of smaller and thinner mobile phones and notebook PC’s, this new product has achieved the industry’s shortest 1.4mm when mounted by adopting the one-piece molded structure which is filled with our technical know-how and the Push-Push mechanism.
The shield performance is enhanced and the connector mounting strength has increased by making the shield cover for the card guide a top surface full hold type and grounding the cover at 8 points. Furthermore, a two-point contact structure with high reliability is adopted for the card detector switch.
The insertion and withdraw of the card will be a Push (lock)-Push(eject) system that is easily operatable.
Note: SIM: Subscriber Identity Module
GSM: Global System for Mobile Communication
|Date Released||Jan. 29, 2010|
|Press Release No.||881cs|
|Product Name||6P (poles) SIM card connector (Push-Push type)|
||Voltage Rating||12V AC/DC|
|Contact Resistance||60m ohms max.|
|Insulating Resistance||1000M ohms min.|
|Withstanding Voltage||540V AC, min.|
|Operating Temperatures||-20 degrees to +65 degrees|
|Operating Life||5,000 times|
|Applications||Mobile phones, notebook computers and car navigation.|
|Market Introduction||January 2010|
|Production Capacity||500,000 units/month|
|Inquiry||* For more information, please contact the CS Division:|
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