Molexs Premo-Flex FFC Jumpers Now Available in a Wide Variety of Sizes to Provide Flexible Interconnect Between 2 PC Boards

(PRWEB) March 2, 2006

The new Flat Flex Cable Jumpers from Molex have been designed to provide high density interconnects in a wide variety of standard and custom lengths, as well as in different circuit sizes. The complete line of 0.50mm, 1.00mm and 1.25mm pitch Premo-Flex jumpers offers various sizes that can accommodate a flexible interconnect between two PC boards.


Molexs new range of FFC jumpers are terminated to either Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) or non-ZIF FFC pick-and-place surface mount connectors. In line with the companys commitment to high quality, Premo-Flex jumpers allow a light and small planar structure in order to accommodate a high density wiring solution. Molexs FFC jumpers are also suitable for the movable extension of printed circuit boards and display units, which eases the assembly processes.


Molex also offers a range of customized FFC connectors to respond to customers requirements in very different markets from Automotive, Consumer – with devices such as camcorders and plasma diplays, to Computer equipment including notebooks, printers or scanners. The FFC designs, available for the Automotive Bus system wiring, enables proper impedance continuity between 83-150 Ohm, and can optionally screen against EMI/RFI influences.


Molexs FFC products are available with a contacting area on the same or opposite sides to mirror the signal layout between printed circuit boards. While the complete FFC line is also effective in high temperature environment up to 105

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