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2003\06\13@081615 by Peter Moreton

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Omer,
Search for "FFC Connector". FFC means Flat Flexible Connector IIRC, It's
pretty standard stuff, you should find what you need quite easily.
PM.


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2003\06\13@085841 by iso-8859-1?Q?=D6mer_Yalhi?=

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Thank you, you saved me couple of days at least!

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Omer,
Search for "FFC Connector". FFC means Flat Flexible Connector IIRC, It's
pretty standard stuff, you should find what you need quite easily.
PM.


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[PICLISTspamKILLspamMITVMA.MIT.EDU] On Behalf Of Ömer Yalhi
Sent: 13 June 2003 12:35
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Subject: [EE]: Name of a connector

Hi, we have a 4x4 keypad and the cables from the keypad are very thin
(like a paper).  Actually they are not cables but conductive paint I
think.  And this cable connects to a connector.  Does anybody know what
those connectors are called so I can search the internet?

It's better if you look at the attached picture... (    :-)     )

any help is appriciated.


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2003\06\17@012746 by Dwayne Reid

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At 02:35 PM 6/13/03 +0300, Ömer Yalhi wrote:
>Hi, we have a 4x4 keypad and the cables from the keypad are very thin
>(like a paper).  Actually they are not cables but conductive paint I
>think.  And this cable connects to a connector.  Does anybody know what
>those connectors are called so I can search the internet?

We use connectors made by Hirose.  Digi-key has them - look for Digi-Key part # FH21-10S-1DS or look at the following catalog page: <http://dkc3.digikey.com/PDF/C032/0043.pdf>

Hope this helps.

dwayne

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