FFC Connectors

FFC connectors are available in surface mount, choose between 0.5mm and 1.0mm contact pitch, and either horizonal or vertical FFC/FPC cable entry.

Horizontal connectors are either top or bottom contact. Normally Flat Flexible Cable has exposed contacts on one side only, choose the appropriate contact type allowing the FFC cable to mate with the connector depending on your system design.

Cable locking options are flip or slide, flip lock types allow an easier operator experience.

Product specifications, technical drawings and a selection of 3D models are available for all parts.

All FFC Connectors are fully RoHS and Reach compliant.

Pitch

Distance between connector pin centrelines.

Actuator Type

Choose between flip or slide lock, there are more options for slide lock. See visual guide here.

Cable entry type

Defines the entry point of flat flexible cable, for side entry parts the cable is inserted in horizontal orientation, for top entry in vertical orientation.

Cable contact type

Horizontal connectors only

Horizontal Flat flex connectors are either top or bottom contact. Top contacts accept flat flex cable with exposed contacts facing upwards, bottom contacts accept flat flex cable with exposed contacts facing downwards.

FFC Cable has exposed contacts on one side and strengthened backing on the flip side. The cable contacts may be exposed on the same side (type A) or opposite sides (type D).

Choose the appropriate combination of FFC connector contact type and FFC cable contact orientation, depending on your system design and PCB orientation.

See our visual guide.

Profile

The height profile of FFC connectors above the PCB. For connectors with latch, profile denotes the connector in closed position.

FFC Connectors - Showing 1 - 4 of 4 connectors

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  • Pitch

    Distance between connector pin centrelines.

  • Actuator Type

    Choose between flip or slide lock, there are more options for slide lock. See visual guide here.

  • Cable entry type

    Defines the entry point of flat flexible cable, for side entry parts the cable is inserted in horizontal orientation, for top entry in vertical orientation.

  • Cable contact type

    Horizontal connectors only

    Horizontal Flat flex connectors are either top or bottom contact. Top contacts accept flat flex cable with exposed contacts facing upwards, bottom contacts accept flat flex cable with exposed contacts facing downwards.

    FFC Cable has exposed contacts on one side and strengthened backing on the flip side. The cable contacts may be exposed on the same side (type A) or opposite sides (type D).

    Choose the appropriate combination of FFC connector contact type and FFC cable contact orientation, depending on your system design and PCB orientation.

    See our visual guide.

  • Profile

    The height profile of FFC connectors above the PCB. For connectors with latch, profile denotes the connector in closed position.

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Series: FFC2B27

Pitch0.50mm
Actuator TypeBack Flip Lock
Contact typeDual
Number of contacts4 - 40
PCB mount typeSurface mount
Entry typeSide
Profile2.00mm
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Series: FFC2B28

Pitch0.50mm
Actuator TypeBack Flip Lock
Contact typeDual
Number of contacts4 - 40
PCB mount typeSurface mount
Entry typeSide
Profile1.00mm
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Series: FFC2B29

Pitch0.50mm
Actuator TypeBack Flip Lock
Contact typeDual
Number of contacts6 - 60
PCB mount typeSurface mount
Entry typeSide
Profile2.60mm
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Series: FFC2C05

Pitch0.50mm
Actuator TypeBack Flip Lock
Contact typeDual
Number of contacts4 - 68
PCB mount typeSurface mount
Entry typeSide
Profile2.24mm

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