Discover LEMO’s New Cutting-Edge High-Speed Connectors

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November 22, 2022

 

LEMO is thrilled to announce the expansion of its field-proven High-speed data transfer portfolio with the release of USB 3.1 and Single Pair Ethernet connectors, available as of November 15th, 2022.

USB protocol

LEMO is completing its existing USB 2.0 compliant portfolio with a new range of USB 3.1 connectors providing data transfer speed up to 10 Gb/s.
Their state-of-the-art inserts ensure optimum shielding & absolute signal integrity. They are also equipped with a pair of USB 2.0 contacts to ensure backwards compatibility as well as a low voltage power contact.

Ethernet protocol

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LEMO is also extending its Ethernet compliant portfolio that includes 1000 Base-T4 & 10G Base-T4 compliant solutions with a new range of Single Pair Ethernet connectors providing data transfer speed up to 1 Gb/s.
Proposed with either 1 or 2 High-speed SPE pairs, these miniature models ensure robust, safe and lasting compact integrations.

These new configurations for both USB 3.1 and Single Pair Ethernet guarantee high-quality and reliable High-speed interconnect solutions for both indoor and outdoor environments where absolute signal integrity is needed. They are available in LEMO field-proven B, K and T Series.

Thanks to its expertise and cable assembly capabilities, LEMO is at your disposal to assist you in providing complete interconnect solutions. With its latest USB and Ethernet models, LEMO continues an already long-established expertise in High- speed data transmission.

 

To learn more about the new cutting-edge high-speed connectors from LEMO, click here 

 

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