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Low Resistance Gold Plated Connector from Fujipoly

Fujipoly has introduced their Zebra® Gold Series 8000B. This series is a high performance, low resistance connector that is capable of transferring both data and power between parallel components or circuit boards.

This interconnect device is constructed from a low durometer silicone core that is covered with 133 parallel rows of flat, gold-plated wires per inch. This unique construction allows the connector to accommodate PCBs with pad center spacing down to 0.19mm. In addition, each 0.05mm x 0.10mm gold-plated element delivers a current carrying capacity of 500mA while exhibiting a typical electrical resistance of less than 25 milliohms on a 0.635mm wide contact pad. 

Many of today’s advanced portable electronic devices require specialized connectors to make electrical contact between the printed circuit board and intricate user interfaces such as LCD and touch screen displays. Fujipoly’s Zebra® Gold Series 8000B is a great choice for these products as well as for any board to board electronic packaging application with tight pad spacing and board separation tolerances.

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For more information, call (732) 969-0100 or visit http://www.fujipoly.com

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