RIBBON CABLE PIN CONFIGURATION
Ribbon cables are usually specified by two numbers: the spacing or pitch of the conductors,and the number of conductors or ways. A spacing of 0 inch (1 mm) is the most usual,allowing for a two-row connector with a pin spacing of 0.1 inch (2 mm).
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connector - Pinout for board to board ribbon cable
Jan 03, 2018The notch will be on the same side (relatively to the pin nr 1) for both connectors. The footprints are the same on both PCBs. It's just that, on the cable, the ribbon will be on the right of connector A and on the left of connector B (opposite sides), while the notch will be on the same side for both connectors. \$\endgroup\$ – dim Jan 3 '18 at 16:24
Guide to Ribbon Cable Assemblies
Common Ribbon Cable SpecificationsAdvantages of Ribbon CablesRibbon Cables ApplicationsSummaryRibbon cables are commonly specified by two values – the spacing and the number of conductors in the assembly. The spacing, or pitch, is available in a variety of distances and typically is available in 0”, 0”, 0”, 0’, and 1mm pitch, with custom spacing available if needed. The number of conductors, or ways, of an assembly corresponds to the number of positions that a connector can accommodate. The conneSee more on blogtec
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