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Molex Easy-On FFC/FPC Connectors & Jumpers | Digital Datasheet

December 01, 2021 by Sager Electronics

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Molex Easy-On FFC/FPC Connectors & Jumpers

Sager offers Molex’s Flexible Flat Cables and Flexible Printed Circuit connectors that provide an ideal combination of compactness and signal reliability with a wide range of circuit sizes and cable styles. 

The FFC and FPC connector series offers six different types of actuators including Front Flip, Back Flip, Non-ZIF, Slider, Flexi-Latch, and One-Touch for easy cable access and secure cable retention. These connectors come with terminal pitches from 0.20 mm to 2.0 mm and circuit count ranges from 2 to 96. Right angle and vertical orientations are available as well as top and bottom contacts for design flexibility. Gold- and tin-plated contact points prevent solder wicking during the surface mount process. 

These connectors offer the highest operating temperature of 150℃, making them suitable for even the harshest automotive environments. Connectors are also available with ground terminals to work with shielded cables and work with generic or custom FPC cables.

The FFC cable jumpers deliver durable and extra flexible PCB-connection with an extensive range of custom and off-the-shelf options including assemblies with LVDS connectors. These jumper cables are available in pitches from 0.25 mm to 2.54 mm and circuit counts from 4 to 60 to support virtually any industry. 

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