IDC & FFC

IDC wire cable assemblies with high reliability Tiger Eye™ contacts on 1.27 mm and 2.00 mm pitch, as well as dual beam contacts on 2.54 mm pitch. Choice of socket and plug terminations, low profile and slim body designs; ejector, shrouded and elevated headers for mating, and optional locking clips and caps for more rugged applications.


.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch IDC Systems.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch IDC Systems

Mates with .025" (0.635 mm) square post terminal strips.

Features
  • Any pin count from 2 to 36 per row
  • Low profile/slim body design
  • Single and double row
  • Socket and terminal assemblies
  • Mating shrouded & ejector terminal strips
  • Wide variety of standard wiring configurations
Series
V
  • EJH
  • HCMD
  • HCMS
  • HCSD
  • HCSS
  • HTST
  • IDMD
  • IDMS
  • IDSD
  • IDSS
  • TST
  • ZST
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.100" (2.54 mm) Pitch IDC Systems

2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch IDC Systems2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch IDC Systems

Mates with 0.50 mm (.0197") square post terminal strips.

Features
  • High-performance Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • Choice of socket and plug terminations
  • Low 5.08 mm (.200") profile
  • Variety of options including strain relief
  • Mating shrouded & ejector terminal strips
  • Wide variety of standard wiring configurations
Series
V
  • EHT
  • ETMM
  • STMM
  • TCMD
  • TCSD
  • ZSTMM
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2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch IDC Systems

.050" (1.27 mm) Pitch IDC Systems.050" (1.27 mm) Pitch IDC Systems

Mates with .016" (0.41 mm) square post terminal strips.

Features
  • High-performance Tiger Eye™ contacts
  • Choice of socket and plug terminations
  • Exceptionally low profile .200" (5.08 mm)
  • Variety of options including strain relief
  • Mating shrouded & ejector terminal strips
  • Wide variety of standard wiring configurations
Series
V
  • EHF
  • ESHF
  • FFMD
  • FFSD
  • FFTP
  • FMTP
  • SHF
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.050" (1.27 mm) Pitch IDC Systems

2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Discrete Wire IDC System2.00 mm Pitch Discrete Wire IDC System

Cable-to-board system for ease of termination in field applications.

Features
  • Components only, customer assembly
  • No special tooling required
  • Available in 2, 3, 4 or 5 positions
  • Accepts 24 AWG discrete wire cable
  • Standard single latch for locking
Series
V
  • I2SS
  • T2I
2.00 mm (.0787") Pitch Discrete Wire IDC System

Flat Flexible Cable (FFC) SystemsFlat Flexible Cable (FFC) Systems

FFC Jumpers and Connectors

Features
  • 0.50 mm (.0197") and 1.00 mm (.0394") pitch systems
  • Standard and Zero Insertion Force (ZIF) connectors
Series
V
  • FC1
  • FJ
  • FJH
  • ZF1
  • ZF5S
Flat Flexible Cable (FFC) Systems

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