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Hi,
I,m looking at designing a shield for a 2.8" TFT display that uses a sm 37-pin fpc type 'connector' which
I plan to solder directly onto the shield pcb rather than using a socket.

http://i00.i.aliimg.com/img/pb/012/759/466/466759012_761.jpg

Without going to the trouble of designing an eagle library for the connection, does anyone know if one already exists?
It's 0.5mm pitch, and has, well, 37-pins  smiley

Cheers,
Texy
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Eagle has a lot of symbols in the various connector libraries, it might exist.
Check newark.com, you might be able to download one.
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Thanks crossroads. Actually I'm dropping the idea because the 2.8" tft's with the sm flexi cable are the parallel port type not the spi type that I was hoping for. At least that's all I can find on eBay. The advantage of the flexi type is the 1/3rd of the price saving.

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More TFTs here
http://www.newhavendisplay.com/tfts-c-1.html
none seem to be SPI.

These all show up as having SPI interface
http://www.newhavendisplay.com/advanced_search_result.html?y=11&x=9&keyword=spi&search_in_description=1
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