FFC and FPC connectors, also known as flat flexible connectors or flexible printed circuit connectors, are a type of electrical connector that are used to connect flat cables or printed circuit boards. FFC and FPC connectors are typically thin and flexible, and have a series of conductive pads or fingers on one or both sides that mate with complementary pads or fingers on the cable or circuit board.
FFC and FPC connectors are commonly used in a variety of applications, such as computers, telecommunications equipment, and consumer electronics. They are available in different sizes, styles, and configurations, depending on the specific requirements of the application. FFC and FPC connectors can be used to connect cables or boards that are parallel or perpendicular to the connector, and are often used in conjunction with other types of connectors, such as card edge connectors or ribbon cable connectors, to provide a complete connectivity solution.