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Pictiva TAB connector

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Robert Adsett, Oct 9, 2006.

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  1. I'm looking at possibly using one of OSRAM's Pictiva OLED displays in a
    future project but I'm stuck trying to find some sort of connector for
    the TAB connect on it. It's basically a flex circuit with 31
    connection pads on 0.4mm spacing if I've read the rather minal data
    sheet publically available correctly.

    I could probably develop one using elastomeric connectors and I will
    probably take a look at that but for initial prototyping at least I'd
    like to use an off the shelf connector if one exists.

    Anyone worked with one of these before?

  2. PeteS

    PeteS Guest

    I use a 33 way FFC connector (on 0.5mm pitch, admittedly) for a display.
    I get them from Molex. If you haven't had more responses by the time I
    get in, I'll post the part family. It would seem silly to make a product
    for which there isn't a commercially available connector.


  3. Much appreciated. I've got an inquiry in to Osram as well, also asking
    them for a complete data sheet. The elastomeric approach looks like it
    might be quite feasable (AMP has an interesting product using it that
    isn't quite general enough), and if it is I wouldn't mind having the
    technique in my back pocket but a commercial connector would be much


    Follow-ups reduced.
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