Coiled flex cable offers expandable packaging for 12Gbit/s transmission

Able to support high-speed signal transmission applications (such as SATA or SAS), where flexible, expandable packaging for high-signal frequencies demands tight impedance control and 12Gbit/s data rates and above.
The ResilientFlex coiled assembly enables hot-swapping connections in removable-media applications, such as hot-swapping within storage drawers. The Molex assembly can be implemented in self-coiling flex circuit assembly or mechanically assisted coiling features that can extend electrical-connection lengths up to 558.80mm beyond the installed length.

The assembly can be terminated with either Molex connectors, such as backplane and board-to-board connectors, or interposers— any Z-axis compression connection that has a separable interface to the flex and PCB, says the company.
Key features are the self-coiling technology design that eliminates the need for additional coiling hardware, together with additional options for mechanically assisted coiling hardware customised to meet application requirements.

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