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SF9 Series SIM Card Connector - Tray Type

JAE’s SF9 card connector satisfies the demand for thinner handheld devices

Image of JAE Electronics' SF9 Series SIM Card Connector - Tray Type While JAE Electronics, Inc.'s typical SIM card connectors are designed to place the cards beneath the batteries in mobile phones, the SF9 series allows the SIM card to be placed beside the battery while still having access from the battery cavity and satisfying demand for thinner handheld devices. The tray design SF9 is ideal for use in mobile phones, small hand-held devices, and any other SIM card-enabled portable device.

Features

  • Low profile: 1.8 mm height, 18.9 mm width, 22 mm depth (26.5 mm when card is inserted)
  • Tray type connector for GSM 11.11 standard SIM card
  • Retention lock to provide solid "click" when mating
  • High card retention against shock and vibration
  • Connector body compatible with second reflow
  • Standard and reversed mount available
  • Secure EMI/ESD counter measures
Specifications
  • Number of Contacts: 6 positions
  • Contact Spacing: 2.54 mm (.100')
  • Rated Current: 10 µA to 1 A
  • Contact Resistance: 100 mΩ maximum
  • Insulation Resistance: 1000 MΩ minimum
  • Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 500 VAC rms (for one minute)
  • Mating Cycles: 5000 times
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to +90°C
Applications
  • Mobile phone
  • PDAs
  • Hand-held PCs
  • PCs

SF9 Series SIM Card Connector - Tray Type

ImageManufacturer Part NumberDescriptionAvailable Quantity
CONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-INSF9-STS1-ACONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-IN1549 - ImmediateView Details
CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PULL R/ASF9W006S4AR1200CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PULL R/A2303 - ImmediateView Details
CONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-INSF9-STR1-BCONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-IN0View Details
CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PUSH R/ASF9W006S4BR1200CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PUSH R/A0View Details
CONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-INSF9-STR1-ACONN SIM CARD PUSH-PULL SNAP-IN0View Details
CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PULL R/ASF9W006S4AC100CONN SIM/SAM CARD PUSH-PULL R/A0View Details
Published: 2010-05-26