25002 Series, Flat Flex Ribbon Jumpers, Cables

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0250020801
CABLE JUMPER 8POS 2.54MM 1.25"
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
0.100" (2.54mm)
8
1.250" (31.75mm)
25002
Ribbon
0.125" (3.18mm)
Completely Exposed Wires on Both Sides with Protective Tab
0250020501
CABLE JUMPER 5POS 2.54MM 1.25"
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
0.100" (2.54mm)
5
1.250" (31.75mm)
25002
Ribbon
0.125" (3.18mm)
Completely Exposed Wires on Both Sides with Protective Tab
0250020603
CABLE JUMPER 6POS 2.54MM 3.25"
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PCB Symbol, Footprint & 3D Model
0.100" (2.54mm)
6
3.250" (82.55mm)
25002
Ribbon
0.125" (3.18mm)
Completely Exposed Wires on Both Sides with Protective Tab

About  Flat Flex Ribbon Jumpers, Cables

Flat Flex Cables (FFC) or Flat Printed Cables (FPC) are flexible and thin cables that consist of flat conductors arranged in parallel to each other. These cables are designed with the conductors exposed on both ends, allowing for easy connection to electronic components. FFC cables come in various lengths to accommodate different application requirements. These lengths can range from short distances to longer ones, depending on the specific needs of the electronic system. The purpose of these cables is to provide a reliable electrical connection between components while maintaining flexibility and space efficiency. The flat conductors within FFC cables are positioned side by side, creating a parallel arrangement. This design allows for efficient signal transmission and ensures consistent electrical performance. By having the conductors exposed on both ends, FFC cables enable easy connection to the desired electronic components, such as printed circuit boards (PCBs) or connectors. These cables are commonly used in applications where space is limited and flexibility is crucial. The thin profile of FFC cables makes them ideal for compact electronic devices, as they can be easily routed and installed in tight spaces. The parallel arrangement of the conductors also helps maintain signal integrity and impedance control. Overall, FFC cables offer a convenient and efficient solution for interconnecting electronic components. Their flat, thin design, along with the parallel arrangement of the conductors and exposed ends, provides a reliable and space-saving solution for various applications in industries such as consumer electronics, telecommunications, automotive, and more.