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Dual-port Panel Mount D-sub Connector Flat Cable

Dual-port Panel Mount D-sub Connector Flat Cable
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Product NameDual-Port Panel Mount D-sub Connector Flat Cable 
ApplicationElectronics,Computer and etc
CablesFlat Ribbon DB Cables
Wire SpecsUL2651
Connector typeDB9pin
Terminal MaterialsGold-Plated
Contact typeSignal
Mounting typePanel Mount, through hole
SampleConfirm sample before production
Quality CertificateISO9001, IATF16949, ROHS, UL,SGS,ROHS,REACH
Performance Test:100% electrical and electricity performance test before shipment

01 This product is IDC wire cable assemblies, with high reliability 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.
* Voltage rating:250/600V AC/DC
* Current rating:5A AC/DC
* Withstanding Voltage:1000V/2000V AC/minute
* lnsulation resistance:5000MΩ Min
* Temperature range:-55ºC~+105ºC
* Contact resistance:10mΩ Max
* AWG:#20-#28. 2.0mm,1.8mm

The main point of ribbon cables is to allow mass termination to specially designed IDC connectors in which the ribbon cable is forced onto a row of sharp forked contacts. (The phrase "IDC connector" is widely used, even though it is redundant)


02   Ribbon cable, a.k.a. flat ribbon cable or planar cable, is a cable designed in a flat and rectangular shape and gets its name from its resemblance to a piece of ribbon. A ribbon cable is made of conductors or wires running next to or parallel to each other on the same flat plane and as a result the cable is wide and flat.


03   For most simple point-to-point ribbon cable assemblies, you can buy the components from online distributors and build them yourself. But especially focuses on more complex ribbon cables that require custom bends or folds, soldering or custom terminations, or other complex nonstandard requirements. We can provide you this support.


04  The most beneficial characteristic of a ribbon cable is that it is flat and flexible. This flexibility is extremely useful and allows a ribbon cable to be easily routed in confined spaces or in applications where there is limited space to connect two components together. To make installation easier, to align the cable conductors to certain pins on the connector, and to reduce the risk of reversed connections, ribbon cable is typically color coded or edge marked for orientation. Flat and ribbon cables can be folded into a custom configurations where spacing constraints are a limiting design factor. When folding is preferred at assembly, cables are pre-creases limit the stress cables normally endure from standard folding processes. 放产品细节图

The biggest advantage of ribbon cables is to allow mass termination to specially designed insulation-displacement connectors (IDC), although ribbon cables can also be terminated by using crimp contacts or solder-bucket connections. The IDC termination methodology allows the conductor of an insulated wire or cable to make contact by a connection process which forces a sharpened blade through the insulation, eliminating the need to strip the wire of insulation before connecting. IDC connectors are categorized by pin spacing, number of pins, and number of rows.

Product Applications

When first launched, ribbon cables were utilized in the mainframe computer industry, on card readers, card punching machines, and tape machines. As ribbon cables became more widely used, manufacturing methods and materials were developed to simplify and reduce the cost of ribbon cables. This standardization in the design and spacing of the wires allowed this family of cables to be easily terminated through the use of Insulation Displacement Connectors, or IDC connectors. Because of the simplicity of ribbon cables, their low profile, and low cost due to standardization, ribbon cables are used today in most computers, printers, and many electronic devices.

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