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CUI Devices Introduces HDMI Connector Line to Connectors Portfolio

CUI Devices HDMI Connector Line
Written by Kirsten Campbell

CUI Devices’ Interconnect Group announced the addition of HDMI connectors to its connectors product portfolio. Available in Type A receptacle versions, CUI Devices’ HDMI connectors all conform to the HDMI 2.0 standard. The models offer surface mount, mid mount SMT, or through hole mounting styles with horizontal or vertical orientations, giving engineers several options for their audio/video design needs.

These HDMI connectors feature voltage ratings of 40 Vdc, current ratings of 0.5 A, and mating cycle ratings up to 10,000 cycles. The HDMI models further carry operating temperature ranges from -40 up to 100°C, UL94V-0 flammability ratings, and reflow solder compatibility.

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Kirsten Campbell is a Marketing Tornado and junk robot of information. Analytical and creative, she has been in marketing and communications since 2008 and worked with everyone from small businesses to your favorite household names. 


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