6P (poles) SIM card connector (tray type)
superbly operable due to our exclusive tray type ejection system developed and marketed
We are pleased to announce the development and the commencement of marketing of a 6P (poles) SIM card connector (tray type), specifics of which are outlined below.
Used in mobile phones of the GSM system, a European standard for digital mobile phones, in which market demands for SIM card connectors are further increasing.
The employment of our exclusive tray type ejection system for card insertion and removal has made a card ejection distance of 9.5 mm available. It is superbly operable despite its simpler and smaller structure compared to push/push type products.
Another advantage is that this product can be reflow-mounted with the tray incorporated in the connector section. Conventional operation for assembly after mounting is no longer necessary and reduction in man-minutes will result.
Its profile after mounting is the industry's lowest at 1.75 mm making it a choice for smaller and thinner mobile phone design. It can be used also for USIM (UIM) cards.
Note: * SIM: Subscriber Identity Module
*USIM: Universal Subscriber Identity Module
*UIM: User Identity Module
*GSM: Global System for Mobile Communications
|Date Released||Feb. 6, 2008|
|Press Release No.||807cs|
|Product Name||6P (poles) SIM card connector (tray type)|
|Major specifications||Voltage Rating||30V AC/DC|
|Withstanding Voltage||500V AC for one minute|
|Operating Temperature Range||-20°C to +65°C|
|Operating Life||5,000 cycles|
|Market Introduction||Feb. 2008|
|Production capacity||500,000 units/month|
|Inquiry||* For more information, please contact the CS Division:|
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