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Basic Techniques for Connecting LCD Modules to PC Boards

Knowing the traditional benefits of being solderless, requiring no heat seal bonding equipment and allowing for very low profile connections, there are three basic techniques for connecting LCD Modules to PC Boards. It is important to consider methods to achieve and maintain registration of the flex circuit pads with the pads of the module and PCB. Please provide us with mechanical details of both substrates to help us verify your custom design.

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Direct Vertical Board to Board Connection
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Silicon/Snap Clamp Termination

Silicone rubber bonded to a Z-Axis High-Density Straight Line Flex Circuit under the module going out to a low profile combination silicone/snap clamp termination.

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Standard Mechanical Flat Flex Connector

Silicone rubber bonded to a Z-Axis High-Density Straight Line Flex Circuit under the module out to a standard mechanical flat flex connector.

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