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Mitsumi releases two new HDMI connectors

Posted: 20 Oct 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:hdmi connector? cam-f77? iam-f78? mitsumi electric?

The output interface of input/output devices is starting to shift to digital with the spread of PDP and LC TVs, and the shift from analog to digital broadcasting.

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface), Mitsumi Electric Co. Ltd said, is a standard that allows simultaneous transfer of HD images and multi-channel audio, based on DVI. The CAM-F77 and IAM-F78 are fully shielded, anti-EMI HDMI connectors that conform to this standard and are standard equipment for LC TVs, added the company.

The CAM-F77 device can handle EMI since it includes a back-shield plate in addition to up-down/left-right surfaces. Its featured dimple on one section of the shell is used for impedance adjustment to realize improved transmission properties. Additionally, this device is available with and without flange, with the flange type having a 14.7mm height.

Meanwhile, the second connectorthe IAM-F78, has a shield case, which has a diaphragm configuration for a product that can handle EMI with improved shielding properties. According to Mitsumi, the connection between the terminal and the electric wire is a structure allowing aligned wiring to eliminate discrepancies in soldered wire connections and realize stable data transmission. Fitted terminal configuration is also provided for smooth insertion.

Both products have 19 terminals, a 0.5A rated current, a 5Gbps (max.) band pass performance, and 40V (max.) rated voltage. Maximum insertions/removals is 10,000 times and rise time is 5ms typical.

The CAM-F77 measures 15(W)-by-6.07(H)-by-10.7(?)mm (including terminal), while the IAM-F78 has a measurement of 20(W)-by-10(H)-by-31.1(?)mm (not including wire).

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