A FAKRA connector is used to link devices, such as cameras and a receiving computer. It originated with a German standard (Fachkreis Automobil) that is now accepted as standard in the auto industry and can operate at up to 6GHz.
The cable end of the connector has a plastic housing the “clicks” on the device recipient external port. They are designed to stay connected under extreme vibration and harsh conditions of automobiles.
CoastIPC has found that FAKRA can be well trusted for high vibration connections, however under the stress of repeated connection-reconnection while testing cameras, the plastic can break. When making final build connections, consider using fresh cables.
For cables that will be in motion, such as a robotic arm, consider the more robust M12 connector.