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New family of ECE Flex Cable connectors

New Yorker Electronics has released the ZIF Type Board-to-FPC Connectors series with 0.5mm pitch/contact spacing in Slide SMT Type and Flip-Lock Rotary Cover Type from Excel Cell Electronic (ECE).

Available in embossed type for automatic mounting, they are commonly used in medical ventilators, computers, headphones, security equipment applications.

The EFC-PT24 Series (SU/SD/S) Flex Cable Connectors are 4~60-pin slide SMT types. They are offered in a 0.5mm pitch and are available in different contact configurations: Slide Type up-side contact, Slide Type down-side contact and Slide Type, vertical. They are available in tube or embossed style.

The Excel Cell EFC-PT24 Series (RF/RD) is designed with 0.5mm Contact Spacing. They too are ZIF Type Board-to-FPC Slide SMT Connectors but in a flip-lock (rotary cover) type. These 4~50-pin slide connectors are SMT types are available in Rotate Type, Sunk-into PCB and Rotate Type, on-PCB configurations.

Both series have a dielectric withstanding voltage of 250VAC RMS, a contact resistance of 20mΩ max. (initial), 40mΩ max. (final) and withstands an operating temperature of -40°C ~ +85°C. Through franchise distributor New Yorker Electronics, ECE can supply a complete cable assembly with an FPC Wire Thickness of 0.30mm if needed.

Features & Benefits:

·Voltage rating: 50V per contact

·Connector Heights: 1.85mm to 2.0 mm

·Durability: Mate & Un-mate with applicability for 20 times, Contact resistance: 40mΩ max.

·Current rating: 0.5A (per contact)

·Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 250VAC RMS

Author
Neil Tyler

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