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i have an LCD screen that I'm trying to work with (First Time with LCD)
and im trying to figure out a solder-less solution i.e. ribbon connector.
can you help me identify which connector i need?
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Thanks in adavance


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Can you provide a URL to the device?
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Good luck, Jack

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Thank you for the quick response
i have 2 at home and the only place i found info on these is eBay
http://www.ebay.com/itm/261036873880
let me know if you find more detail


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Sorry, I don't see anything that I know about there. Maybe someone else one here will. give it a bit of time, they may be asleep at the moment. LOL
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look for a edge card connector.  measure the contact spacing and board thickness to complete the specification.
Most are made for pc boards but you can solder ribbon cable to them.
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whats the best way (Tool?) to measure the thickness of a flexible flat cable?
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