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Yamaichi offers HDMI interfaces for all five versions

Yamaichi offers HDMI interfaces for all five versions
The HDMI interface (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a well-known product on the market. First developed in 2004, it has already moved up to specification 2.0a and is available in a total of five different versions/types. Versions A, B and C are the older connector type standards. The base version A has 19 contacts, version B (on request) is for high-resolution transmission with 29 contacts and C is the 19-pin mini-version.
19th April 2016

Automotive connectors offer 50 & 100Ω differential impedance

Automotive connectors offer 50 & 100Ω differential impedance
Expanding its connector portfolio for automotive applications, Yamaichi Electronics has introduced FAKRA and HSD series connectors with standard I/Os. The HF106P series FAKRA connectors are coaxial high-frequency connectors designed for the transmission of signals, such as shortwave, mobile telephony, GPS or telematics.
15th October 2014

SD card reader accelerates into automotive market

Yamaichi Electronics has introduced the FPS009-2903-0, an SD card reader with features making it ideal for the automotive sector.  The FPS009-2903-0 is a top-mount version with a push/push mechanism. That means that the card is manually inserted, engages with a soft-lock mechanism, and is then be pressed again to eject it a predefined distance for convenient removal.
24th April 2014


Next generation of automotive board edge connectors: high speed with 230 contacts for MXM applications

Next generation of automotive board edge connectors: high speed with 230 contacts for MXM applications
With the new high-speed BEC and optional power connector, Yamaichi Electronics has expanded its product family for automotive and other demanding applications. About three years ago marked the beginning of the success story of the BEC (Board Edge Connector), the first connector with 230 pins and a pitch of 0.5 mm for modules meeting the MXM and Qseven standards that has been developed and tested specifically for automotive applications.
1st August 2013

The HDMI connector family from Yamaichi Electronics

HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface. Developed in 2003, it has already moved up to specification 1.4b and is available in a total of five different variants. Yamaichi Electronics offers connectors for all five variants of the interface.
25th June 2013

Double Shoulder Contact and movable Ground Pin QFP Test & Burn-In Socket

Double Shoulder Contact and movable Ground Pin QFP Test & Burn-In Socket
Yamaichi Electronics enhanced its famous double shoulder contact IC500 Open Top series by a movable ground pin option matching QFP type IC packages with exposed pads. Equipment used in today’s modern life is taking over more and more smart functionalities that lead to a continuously increasing amount of embedded electronic components. At the same time, the trend for more compactness let IC packages become denser than ever.
1st May 2013

Vibration-resistant automotive SD card reader with push-lock system

Vibration-resistant automotive SD card reader with push-lock system
With the FPS009-4200-0(03), Yamaichi Electronics is bringing another innovative product to the market from the family of SD card readers.
23rd May 2012

BEC connector for MXM standard in automotive applications

BEC connector for MXM standard in automotive applications
Yamaichi Electronics introduces the BEC-0.5-230-S9-xF-R-EDC, a board-edge connector for MXM/QSeven applications developed and tested especially for the automotive industry. This 90° SMT connector with 230 contacts and a 0.5mm pitch has outstanding features.
27th July 2011


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