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Part Number: HD3SS3212
Our customer used HD3SS3212 for MINI CARD PCIe and mSATA Combo application like HD3SS3212 SPEC Figure 13.
Our question is MINI CARD PCIe and mSATA connector pin 23 and 25 is different. How can I design for MINI CARD PCIe and mSATA Combo connector?
The HD3SS3212 schematic on below please kindly let me know is OK or not. Thanks for kindly help~
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In reply to AJ Cheng:
In reply to Luis Omar Moran:
Good day. I got confused about Figure 13 pin 14/15/16/17 define with HD3SS3212 pin function. Please let me know is any mistake or not? Thanks for kindly help~
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