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Folienkabelüberbrücker, 0.50 mm Raster


Der FJH ist ein flexibler Folienkabelüberbrücker, der sich für eine Vielzahl von Board-zu-Board-Anwendungen eignet. FJH lässt sich leicht modifizieren, um benutzerdefinierte Kontaktzahlen und Kabellängen zu erstellen, und kann mit dem ZF5S Null-Einsteckkraft-Steckverbinder gepaart werden.

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  • Standard-Kontaktanzahlen am Lager verfügbar
  • Kundenspezifische Kontaktanzahlen und -längen leicht anpassbar
  • Passende Standard- und ZIF-Steckverbinder
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