Flexible cable jumpers

  • 29-May-2012 04:09 EDT
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Molex adds two products to the Premo-Flex flat flex cable (FFC) and etched polyimide jumper line. Both additions provide flexible, durable printed circuit board connections for increasingly smaller-sized electronic applications. To maximize board space, the company adds a thin, flexible 0.12-mm (0.005-in) cable and etched-copper circuitry to its Premo-Flex line, available in 0.50, 1.0, and 1.25 mm (0.02, 0.04, and 0.05 in) pitch with multiple circuit sizes from 4 to 60 and standard cable lengths from 30 to 305 mm (1.2 to 12 in). Custom lengths for FFC cable jumpers over 305 mm (12 mm) are available. All jumpers can be terminated to zero insertion force (ZIF), non-ZIF, or low insertion force FFC and are suitable for complex board-to-board interconnections in confined spaces.

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