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DDR3 DIMM connector prevents boot-up errors, failures

Posted: 05 Aug 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:DDR3? DIMM? socket? connector?

Fujitsu Components America Inc. has released a DDR3 DIMM socket connector designed to reduce errors and intermittent faults associated with DDR3 memory modules.

The FCN-07 series is a 240-position, vertical mount, press-fit socket connector with a 26mm profile. It provides memory expansion for routers, servers, and workstations in telecom, networking and industrial applications.

The Fujitsu DDR3 socket features a patented, twin-point contact structure that, when mated, thoroughly removes dust and flux residue from module contacts and ensures a reliable connection, even in high-vibration environments. This prevents initial boot-up errors and intermittent failures resulting from dropped address bits in the memory bus commonly caused by dust.

Its key highlights include: 0.5A DC contact rating, 500VAC dielectric withstanding voltage, 25VAC voltage rating and operating temperature range of -55 to +85�C.

The lead-free, RoHS compliant FCN-07 socket is available immediately.

- Ismini Scouras
EE Times

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