HSD Connectors

HSD
The increased adoption of telematics in the automotive industry has driven the demand for high speed data communication systems in vehicles. Amphenol RF has responded to this demand with the introduction of the HSD (High Speed Data) product portfolio. HSD interconnect products focus on various application areas in the automobile, such as the inside compartment for connections to displays, head units and rear seat infotainment modules.

The product portfolio can be used in combination with a variety of protocols such as LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling), GVIF (Gigabit Video interface), USB, IEEE 1394 as well as Ethernet protocols.

Features and Benefits
  • 100 ohm connector system for differential, digital, data transmission
  • Female contact closed entry to prevent mismatching and stubbing
  • One solution for many digital transmission standards
  • Optimized EMI-Shielding according to CISPR25
  • Data rate up to 1.6 Gbps
Applications
  • Infotainment Modules
  • Headend Units
  • Cluster Displays
  • Consumer Ports

HSD Connectors Specifications

Electrical

Items
Impedance 100 Ohm
Frequency Range DC - 2 GHz
Voltage Rating 100 VRMS Max Continuous
Dielectric Withstanding Voltage 250 VRMS Min
VSWR  (Return Loss)  
     DC - 1 GHz 1.22 (-20 dB) Max
     1 - 2 GHz 1.33 (-17 dB) Max
Insulation Resistance  1000 MΩ Min
Center Contact Resistance 10 mΩ Max
Outer Contact Resistance 7.5 mΩ Max
Crosstalk -30 dB Max (DC - 1 GHz)
Insertion Loss 0.1 dB Max (DC - 2 GHz)

Environmental

Items
Temperature Range −40°C to +105°C
Thermal Shock MIL-STD-202, Method 107 (Test Condition B) except high temp test @ +200⁰C
Vibration MIL-STD-202, Method 204 (Test Condition B)
Mechanical Shock MIL-STD-202, Method 213 (Test Condition B) - No Discontinutiy Permitted

Mechanical

Items
Mating Cycles 25 Min
Coupling Mechanism Push-On
Interface Specification Rosenberger HSD
Engagement Force ≤ 30 N
Disengagement Force ≥ 5 N
Note: These characteristics are typical and may not apply to all connectors.
Connector configurations may affect performance.