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High-current FPC connector
31 January 2017, Interconnection

AVX, authorised supplier of Kyocera Electronic Devices, has introduced the high-current, low-profile 6808 series of right-angle FPC connector from Kyocera Connector Products.

It is suitable for both FPC connections and battery connections in applications including batteries, power supplies, robotics and small electronic motors.

The 6808 series is a 0,5 mm pitch, flip-locking FPC connector with a 4 A power rating and dual-sided, top and bottom contacts that effectively mitigate FPC insertion and PCB layout restrictions. Featuring six power pins capable of transferring up to 4 A and one signal pin capable of transferring 0,5 A, the connectors can also be employed as seven-pin signal connectors, and come combined with a notched FPC to prevent contact misalignment and enhance resistance against shock and vibration.

Featuring a zero insertion force (ZIF) flip-lock design with right angle cable connections, copper alloy contacts and heat-resistant plastic insulators, 6808 series connectors measure 7,3 x 5,3 x 1,5 mm (L x W x H), and exhibit a minimum FPC retention force of 15 Newtons. Rated for 50 V d.c., operating temperatures spanning -40°C to +85°C, and 10 mating cycles, the series is also RoHS compliant, halogen-free, and supplied in reels of 5000 parts per reel.

For more information contact Brandon Kuhn, Avnet South Africa, +27 (0)11 319 8600, brandon.kuhn@avnet.com, www.avnet.co.za


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