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July, 2020


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Ironwood Offers 52 GHz Socket for Maxim CTBGA


Eagan, MN — Ironwood Electronics recently introduced a new high-per- formance elastomer socket for 0.03 in. (0.8 mm) pitch BGA packages. The SG25-BGA-2067 socket


is


designed for 0.3 in. (8 x 8 mm) pack- ages and operates at bandwidths up to 52 GHz with less than 1 dB of insertion loss (GSSG configuration). The contact resistance is typi-


industry, with only two mounting holes. The small footprint allows inductors, resistors and decoupling capacitors to be placed very closely to the device for impedance tuning. The socket uses an integrated


cally 20 mW per pin. Network analyz- er reflection measurements for the GSSG case were taken with all except the pins under consideration terminated into 50W. The socket is mounted using


supplied hardware on the target PCB with no soldering and has, reported- ly, the smallest footprint in the


HARTING Launches Industrial Ethernet Interface


Elgin, IL — The HARTING Tech - nology Group has developed a new range of Ethernet switches that facil- itate the use of high-performance plug-and-play gigabit network solu- tions in a small space, designed for data-intensive applications. Imaging processes for quality


assurance and monitoring are becoming increasingly significant in all industrial sectors. Camera sys- tems are offering higher resolutions, while becoming smaller in size. HARTING is now offering its eCon 2000GX-I-A unmanaged Ethernet


spring-loaded compression plate that applies required force for connecting ICs to the PCB. The socket also incorporates a simple swivel hard- ware installation method so that ICs can be changed quickly. The SG25-BGA-2067 sockets are constructed with high-performance


and low-inductance elastomer contac- tors. They are rated for a temperature range of –31 to +257°F (–35 to +125°C). The pin self-inductance is 0.06 nH and mutual inductance is 0.019 nH. Capacitance to ground is 0.129 pF and mutual capacitance is 0.017 pF.


Current capacity is 2A per pin. Contact: Ironwood Electronics,


SG25-BGA-2067 socket.


1335 Eagandale Court, Eagan, MN 55121 % 952-229-8200 fax: 952-229-8201 E-mail: info@ironwoodelectronics.com Web: www.ironwoodelectronics.com


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Ha-VIS eCon 2080GX-I-A gigabit Ethernet interface.


switches, designed for universal net- working of machine monitoring and diagnostics


systems using ix


Industrial®. The switches are classified IP30


and can be ordered in versions intended for attaching to DIN rails or for direct wall mounting. The IEC- standardized HARTING ix Indus - trial Ethernet interface fully sup- ports miniaturization, and not only for image sensors. The interface is


also extremely reliable. Contact: HARTING, Inc., 1370


Bowes Road, Elgin, IL 60123 % 877-741-1500 fax: 847-741-8257


E-mail: christina.chatfield@harting.com Web: www.harting.com


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