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Carbon Zebra? Connector from Fujipoly has 500 Contact Points/Inch

CARTERET, NJ — Fujipoly’s  2005 Zebra® Connector is constructed from alternating layers of conductive carbon and non-conductive silicone that are as thin as 0.0004” (0.010mm). This unique construction allows for a remarkable 500 conductive layers per inch making it ideal for densely packed boards.

The low-resistance Carbon Zebra® is most commonly used to connect LCD displays directly to a circuit board with contact spacing as close as .010” (.25mm). This product is also among the industry's most cost-effective alternatives making it an excellent choice for price-sensitive consumer electronics.

Fujipoly’s 2005 Zebra® Connector offers a current carrying capacity of 50 mA per .040” x .040” pad and can be ordered in application-specific widths ranging from .015” (.38mm) to .118” (3.0mm) and lengths up to 9.0” (230.0mm).

The company’s North American operations are based in Carteret, New Jersey.

For more information, call (732) 969-0100 or visit

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