1.27 mm SEARAYâ„¢ High-Speed High-Density Open-Pin-Field Array Socket

ASP-134486-01 Samtec VITA 57.1 FMC SEARAY™ Socket (A0017)

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  • HPC Connector
  • Carrier side socket
  • Standard height
  • Lead free solder balls
  • Available as a cable assembly; HDR Series
  • VITA 57.1 JSOM standoffs available contact us
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Body: Black LCP UL 94 V0

Contact: Copper alloy, Lead free solder


Kapton Pad Polyimide Film

Tape and Reel: Conductive Polymer 

See data sheet for recommended PCB and stencil layout and T&R packaging information

FMC Part Number: CC-HPC-10 | Molex Part Number: 45971-4315

The FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) was developed and ratified by a consortium of FPGA vendors and end-user members of the VITA 57 working group. FMC and FMC+ are ANSI Standards which define a compact electro-mechanical expansion interface for a daughter card to an FPGA baseboard or other device with re-configurable I/O capability. The FMC Standard is essential for FPGA vendors making baseboards and comprehensive development kits to enable Designers to accelerate their application development. FMC products are continually introduced by Supplier companies for targeted market specific applications in industries such as Datacom, Broadcast, Aerospace/Defense, Industrial and Instrumentation.


VITA Standards specify configurations for the SEARAY™ High-Speed Array VITA 57.1 FPGA Mezzanine Card (FMC) connector in 8.5 mm and 10 mm stack heights. The (LPC) connectors provide 68 user-defined, single-ended signals (or 34 user-defined, differential pairs); (HPC) connectors provide 160 user-defined, single-ended signals (or 80 user-defined, differential pairs), 10 serial transceiver pairs and additional clock.