Introduction : PCIe M.2 Connector Overview
- Supports multiple modules by using various size of printed circuit boards and keying options. Possible solutions for future use will also be available.
Ex.) Reduces the need to modify printed circuit board design for Wi-Fi model, 3G model, etc.
- A smaller form factor in both size and volume, which enables flexible designs on printed circuit boards.
- Supports higher data rates.
Key Features : Kyocera's M.2 Connector 6411 Series
Kyocera developed 6411 Series with a leading semiconductor manufacturing company by deepening relationship, and getting an earliest information and opportunity to take part in from the stage of developing M.2 specification.
The M.2 specification is expected to expand its application and new possibility as the new generation form factor now and in the future.
|Various Heights||Mating with Angle Available|
|Working efficiency is improved by allowing angled insertion and removal from 0 to 15 degrees relative to the printed circuit board.
We are ready to meet your demands of these keying options. We also will plan other options for possible solutions in the future.
*Key G is not used in M.2 specification
|A||8-15||2x PCIe x1/ USB 2.0 /I2C DPx4|
|B||12-19||PCIe x2 / SATA / USB 2.0 / USB 3.0 / HSIC / SSIC / Audio / UIM / I2C|
|C||16-23||Reserved for Future Use|
|D||20-27||Reserved for Future Use|
|E||24-31||2x PCIe x1/ USB 2.0 / I2C / SDIO / UART / PCM|
|F||28-35||Future Memory Interface (FMI)|
|G||39-46||Generic (Not used for M.2)*|
|H||43-50||Reserved for Future Use|
|J||47-54||Reserved for Future Use|
|K||51-58||Reserved for Future Use|
|L||55-62||Reserved for Future Use|
|M||59-66||PCIex4 / SATA|
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