Line end connector
HSD connector (High Speed Data) is a high-performance data signal connector that belongs to a fully shielded interconnection system. It can prevent crosstalk and interference from external sources, with a characteristic impedance of 100 Ω. HSD connectors are two pairs of differential signal pairs that can send data based on Low Voltage Differential Signal (LVDS). They are typically used in automotive infotainment modules, cameras, head up displays, etc. They can also be used for USB 2.0/3.0, Ethernet (10Base-T1s, 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-T11000BASE-T1) specifications. In the application of the Surround View ADAS system, the camera is connected to the wiring harness through a Fakra connector, and the other end of the wiring harness is connected to the HFM (Mini Fakra) connector, so that the collected data can be transmitted to the Vehicle Surround View System (AVM). The HSD connector is then connected to the wiring harness to transmit the data to the main computer, and finally the data is transmitted to the display screen through the HSD+2 connector.
Electrical performance
Characteristic impedance 100 Ohm
Frequency range 0-6 GHz
working voltage 60V rms
insulation resistance ≥1000MΩ
Carrying capacity ≤3 A DC@85℃
coupling attenuation ≥75dB DC to 1Ghz
standing-wave ratio ≥22dB DC to 1Ghz
≥18dB DC to 2Ghz
mechanical properties
Insertion and unplugging times (standard) ≥25
Insertion and removal times (waterproof) ≥5
Insertion force ≤30N
Insertion force (waterproof) ≤40N
separating force ≥5N
Retention force ≥110N
Anti Misinsertion Force ≥80N
Main characteristics
  • Supports signal rates up to 6Gbps
  • Multi color coding differentiation, mechanical error prevention
  • 4PIN/4+2PIN, optional configuration
application area
  • LVDS, Ethernet and USB control interfaces
  • driver assistance system
  • Advanced Entertainment System
  • Internet and mobile communication
  • Next Generation Wireless Local Area Network: "WiGig" (Gigabit Wireless)