The Fujipoly Carbon Zebra Connector provides 500 contact points per inch via alternating layers of conductive carbon and non-conductive silicone as thin as .010mm.
Fujipoly’s 2005 Zebra Connector is constructed from alternating layers of conductive carbon and non-conductive silicone that are as thin as 0.0004″ (0.010mm). This unique construction allows for 500 conductive layers per inch, making it ideal for densely packed boards. The low-resistance Carbon Zebra is most commonly used to connect LCD displays directly to a circuit board with contact spacing as close as .010″ (.25mm). This product is also among the industry’s most cost-effective alternatives, making it an excellent choice for price-sensitive consumer electronics.
Fujipoly’s 2005 Zebra Connector offers a current-carrying capacity of 50mA per .040″ x .040″ pad and can be ordered in application-specific widths ranging from .015″ (.38mm) to .118″ (3.0mm) and lengths up to 9.0″ (230.0mm).
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