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Page 2:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com1General InformationIntroduction .............................................................................. 2Applications .............................................................................4Advantages ...............................................................................4Production ................................................................................. 5Packaging .................................................................................. 5Storage conditions ........................................................... 5Quality assurance .............................................................6Design, Research, Innovation& Development ....................................................................6Connection ................................................................................ 7Connection with connectors .................................. 7Shielding efficiency .........................................................8Flex-life .........................................................................................9Gold plated Flat Flexible Cables .....................10Custom-designed Flat Flexible Cables ...10Flat FlexibleCables AXOJUMP®0.30 mm pitch Flat FlexibleCablesGeneral characteristics .............................................12General drawing ...............................................................12Connection scheme ......................................................12Processing forms .............................................................13Dimensions .............................................................................13Electrical properties .....................................................14Other properties ...............................................................14Identification code ..........................................................150.50, 1.00 and 1.25 mm pitch100 micron conductorsGeneral characteristics .............................................16Connection schemes ...................................................16General drawing ...............................................................17Processing forms .............................................................17Dimensions .............................................................................17Electrical properties .....................................................18Other properties ...............................................................18UL compliance ....................................................................19Special designs .................................................................19Identification code .......................................................200.50, 1.00 and 1.25 mm pitch50 and 35 micronconductorsGeneral characteristics .............................................21Connection schemes ...................................................21General drawing .............................................................22Processing forms ...........................................................22Dimensions ...........................................................................22Electrical properties ....................................................23Other properties ..............................................................23UL compliance .................................................................24Special designs ..............................................................24Identification code ........................................................25Shielded Flat FlexibleCablesGeneral characteristics .......................................... 26Connection schemes ................................................ 26General drawing ............................................................ 27Processing forms .......................................................... 27Dimensions .......................................................................... 27Electrical properties ...................................................28Other properties .............................................................28UL compliance ................................................................. 29Identification code .......................................................30Flat Cables withround pins AXOSTRIP®Advantages .............................................................................31General characteristics .............................................31Processing forms ...........................................................32Dimensions ...........................................................................32Type of insulation tape ............................................33Electrical properties ....................................................33UL approval ..........................................................................33Identification code ........................................................33Bulk Flat FlexibleCables FLEXLINK®Standard bulk Flat CablesAdvantages ..........................................................................34General characteristics ..........................................34General drawing ............................................................34Dimensions ..........................................................................34Electrical properties ....................................................35Special assemblies ......................................................35Identification code ........................................................35Custom-designed cablesfor switch rotary connectorsGeneral characteristics .......................................... 36Processing forms .......................................................... 36Flat DisplayConnections AXOLINK®Advantages .......................................................................... 37General characteristics .......................................... 37Product availability ...................................................... 37Processing forms ..........................................................38Dimensions .........................................................................40Off-the-shelf products ...........................................40Quick prototyping for electrical validation......41Special products ..............................................................41Identification code .......................................................42Flat DisplayConnections for HighSpeed (LVDS) andUltra High Speed (UHS)transmission FDC 100®Advantages ..........................................................................43General characteristics ..........................................43General drawing ............................................................43FDC 100®with FI-R connectors .................44FDC 100®for ZIF connectors .........................47Special designs .............................................................48Identification code ......................................................48Contents

Page 3:GeneralInformation© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com2AXON’, manufacturer of cablesand interconnect solutions for advancedtechnologies, offers a complete rangeof Flat Cables and Assemblies :> FFC-Flat Flexible CablesAXOJUMP®,> Flat Cables with round pinsAXOSTRIP®,> Bulk Flat Flexible CablesFLEXLINK®,> FDC-Flat Display ConnectionsAXOLINK®.> Flat Display Connectionsfor High Speed (LVDS)and Ultra High Speed (UHS)transmissionFDC 100®.From standard Flat Cables to customdesigned Assemblies, AXON'harnesses a wealth of expertise to meetchallenging customer requirements.transmissionFDC 100®.From standard Flat Cables to customdesigned Assemblies, AXON'harnesses a wealth of expertise to meetchallenging customer requirements.From standard Flat Cables to customharnesses a wealth of expertise to meetharnesses a wealth of expertise to meetchallenging customer requirements.

Page 4:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com3BULK FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLESFDC-FLAT DISPLAY CONNECTIONSFLAT CABLES WITH ROUND PINSFFC- Flat Flexible Cables: AXOJUMP®Designed for board-to-board interconnections, AXOJUMP®standard Flat Flexible Cablesare made up of flat conductors insulated with Polyester or Polyimide tapes (from 0.30 mmto 1.25 mm pitch).AXON’ has developed a wide range of custom designed Flat Flexible Cables incorporatingfolds, shields, notches, punching, slitting and marking.The termination of Flat Flexible Cables is made either:- with ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) / LIF (Low Insertion Force) connectors: the cables areequipped with reinforcement tape to strengthen the ends,- by soldering.Flat Cables with round pins: AXOSTRIP®AXOSTRIP®- Flat Cables with round pins can be soldered or inserted to achieveboard-to-board interconnections.Bulk Flat Flexible Cables: FLEXLINK®FLEXLINK®-Bulk Flat Flexible Cables are made with flat conductors insulated withPolyester film. They are used for any application where space reduction and flexibilityare the most important criteria. The termination of Flat Bulk Cables is made with crimpedcontacts.FDC- Flat Display Connections: AXOLINK®AXOLINK®-FDC-Flat Display Connections have been designed for board to displayinterconnections. They consist of AXOJUMP®standard Flat Flexible Cables andconnectors such as: DF-9, DF-19, FI-SE, FI-X at one or both ends.Flat Display Connections for High Speed(LVDS) and Ultra High Speed (UHS)transmission: FDC 100®A special range called FDC 100®has also been developed for connecting full HD and ultrahigh definition displays with LVDS (Low Voltage Differential Signaling) and V-by-One®HSprotocol. This assembly consists of a 21, 31, 41 or 51 way 0.50 mm pitch shielded flatcables, terminated with connectors compatible with the board-mount FI-R connectors.Cables are compatible with ZIF Molex and FH41 Hirose connectors.FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES FOR LIF CONNECTOR

Page 5:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com4ApplicationsAXON’ Flat Cables and Assemblies canbe used in numerous application areas:› Automotive industrycar radios, GPS systems, switch rotaryconnectors, headliners, door panels.› Medical applications› Consumer electronicsCD and DVD players, TV,LCD displays, hi-fi systems, satellitereceivers and decoders.› Telecommunicationstelephones, fax machines.› IT equipmentnotebooks, scanners, printers.› Household equipmentglass-ceramic cooking plates,refrigerators, dishwashers.› Military electronicsmissiles, weapon systems.› Robotic applications› AeronauticsLCD diplays, electronic devices.AdvantagesAXON’ Flat Cables and Assemblies offermany advantages:- Extremely small dimensions:low profile - narrow width - fine pitch,- Simple and fast installation:time saving - cost reduction,- Compatible with ZIF/LIF connectors,- Excellent flexibility and flex-life,FLAT DISPLAY CONNECTIONCONNECTION BY SOLDERING

Page 6:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com5FLAT COPPER CONDUCTORFLAT CABLE INSULATIONFLAT CABLE WORKSHOPProductionAXOJUMP®Flat Flexible Cables aremanufactured in AXON’s production sitesin Europe and Asia, using state-of-the-artmanufacturing equipment.AXON’ specialises in FFC manufacturingranging from wire drawing, plating androlling of conductors to insulation, finalcutting and shielding.Conductor manufacturingAXON’ manufactures its own flat conduc-tors. The main materials used are:- Bare copper,- Tin alloy plated copper,- Gold plated copper.AXON’s expertise in conductors allows fora wide range of flat cables with differentlevels of flexibility.The modern manufacturing equipmentallows perfect dimensional precision, elec-trical resistance control and production oflong continuous lengths.Cable insulationAXON’ insulates the conductors with lami-nated Polyester or Polyimide tapes.PackagingEach container is marked with thefollowing:-AXON’CABLE.-Reference of the product.-Batch number.-Quantity.Storage conditions- Pieces packaged in original packaging.- Temperature: -20°C to 40°C.- Relative humidity: 70 % max.- Storage duration:1 year max. (tin plated conductors).3 years max. (gold plated conductors).

Page 7:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com6IN-LINE CONTROLSENGINEERING DEPARTMENTQuality assuranceAXON’ is accredited to:› ISO 9001,› ISO TS 16949,› ISO 14001,› EN 9100,› OHSAS 18001,› ISO 13485.AXON’s continuous improvement plancalled "SOLON" is based on the EFQMmodel (European Foundation for QualityManagement).In addition to in-line controls throughoutthe manufacturing area, AXON’ applies“Statistical Process Control” methods(SPC) as well as standard problem solvingand continuous improvement methods.TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) isapplied in order to improve productivity.AXON’ conforms to the latest RoHSEuropean Directives and REACH regula-tion. Please consult our website for thelatest information:www.axon-cable.com/Customer Area/RoHS and EU directives.In addition, AXON’s products havebeen recorded in the IMDS database(International Material Data System) since2003, in which the make-up of productis indicated.Design, Research,Innovationand DevelopmentAt the company’s headquarters, as well as ineach country where AXON’ has a subsidiary -Germany, Great Britain, USA, Latvia, Hungary,China, Mexico, India, Brazil - engineeringteams provide local technical support.The Research and Development Departmentlocated in France concentrates on thefollowing areas:Metal technologies- Metal plating of the conductors,- Drawing - Laminating - Annealing.Plastics technology- Insulation - Jacketing,- Moulding - Overmoulding.Electronics- EMI/EMC,- RF and high speed data.Interconnection technology- Soldering,- Welding,- Contact crimping- Connectors.

Page 8:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com7ConnectionConnection with connectorsAXON' flat cables are designed for LIF (LowInsertion Force) or ZIF (Zero Insertion Force)connectors from most connector manufacturers.Connection with crimpedcontacts1.27 and 2.54 mm pitch FFC’s can beterminated with crimped contacts or providedready for crimping.Connection with solderingReflow soldering is suited for termination of flatcables to printed circuit boards.AXON’ uses a semi-automatic hot bar solderingprocess to manufacture FFC/PCB connections.The two parts are assembled using a thermode.› Recommended PCB configuration- Tin thickness on the soldering pads:5 to 8 µm for 0.5 and 0.8 mm pitch FFC.10 to 15 µm for 1.00 and 2.54 mm pitchFFC.- Tinning material: tin-copper alloy.The hot bar soldering processConnection with connectorsAXON' offers flat cables for connectors with a locking system. Speciallypunched FFC's maximise stability. Used with a robust housing, itprevents warping.AXON' punching process is camera-driven for a very high degree ofprecision.AXON' can develop specific punched shapes as required.PRESSUREAPPLICATIONOF THERMODEHEATING REFLOW COOLINGREMOVAL OFTHERMODETIME

Page 9:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com8SHIELDED FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLESMICROSTRIP INJECTION TEST BENCH TO CONTROLTRANSFER IMPEDANCEShielding expertiseAXON’ offers shielded flat cables withaluminium tape. The company is ableto ground one or several conductors tothe shield (same voltage level and EMIperformance).To characterize the shielding of flat orround cables, AXON’ uses the “TransferImpedance ZT” parameters, expressed inohms/m. As this notion depends on the typeof product, rather than on the application,it is better suited to accurately characterizeshielding performance than the alternativenotion of “shielding efficiency”, given in dB.AXON’ is equipped with comprehensive testbenches to characterize transfer impedanceof round and flat cables as well as terminatedharnesses.Measurement of the shieldresistanceShielding efficiency is measured on a networkanalyser using the microstrip method.The connection between the cable and thecoaxial cable of the network analyser ismade possible with an interface PCB whichlinks the flat cable’s ZIF connectors to thecoaxial connectors.AXON’s standard shielded FFC’s are usuallyused for static applications. For dynamicapplications, please contact us for moredetails.Shielding efficiencyThis graph shows theshielding efficiency oftwo different cablesin terms of transferimpedance. The lowerthe transfer impedance(ZT) the more efficientthe shielding.0,101,0010,00100,001 000,000,01 0,1 1 10TransferimpedanceZt(inΩ/500mm)Frequency (in MHz)Shielding efficiencyGrounded Alu shield (pitch 0.5mm)Grounded Painted shield (pitch 0.5mm)-60 dB-40 dB-20 dB0 dB

Page 10:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com9FLEX-LIFE TESTFlex-lifeThe flex-life of AXON’ FFC’s depends onthe choice of conductor/insulation tapecombination.To meet the different requirements of flexlife in dynamic applications, AXON’ offers arange of FFC’s to withstand an increasingnumber of flex cycles.The sample is fitted between two plates.The bottom plate slides back and forthand the top one remains still. The cycle isrepeated until the first conductor breaks.The performance of our cables are definedin the datasheets in this brochure.TOP STATIC PLATEBOTTOMSLIDING PLATE

Page 11:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com10GOLD PLATING AT EXPOSED ENDSCUSTOM-DESIGNED FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLESWITH PRINTED LINEAXON’ offers flat cables with a fine goldcoating over nickel on the stripped ends.Gold coating guarantees the absence of tinwhiskers. Whiskers are filaments or knotswhich can grow from metal such as tin afterseveral months, with the risk of producingshort circuits between fine pitch conductors.AXON’ can offer stripped gold plated flatcables in different pitches compatible with alarge range of gold contact connectors.Thesegoldplatedcableshavebeendesignedfor board-to-board interconnections inminiaturised electronic products, whichrequire fine pitch flat cables.Gold Plated stripped ends are coated with:- nickel, 0.3µm min.- and gold, 0.05µm min.The nickel coating is a barrier to avoid themigration of gold into the copper. It alsoimproves the protection of the conductorsagainst corrosion.Thanks to a flexible manufacturing process,AXON’ can offer different thicknesses ofnickel and gold plating depending on theapplication.AXON' gold plated cables successfullywithstand salt spray testing.Gold plated FlatFlexible CablesCustom-designedFlat Flexible CablesAXON’ is able to offer custom-designedFlat Flexible Cables such as :- Ultraflex,- 2.54 mm pitches,- Hybrid pitches,- Special reinforcement, (easy-to-insert,colour, …),- 300V cables,- Black cables,- Printed line on the cable to helpfor connector assembly.- Folds,- Specific printing on the insulation,- Adhesive tapes for fixation.

Page 12:Flat CablesFFC-Flat Flexible CablesAXOJUMP®11© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.comDesigned for board-to-boardinterconnections in electronicsystems, Axojump® FlatFlexible Cables (FFC) aremade up of flat tin or goldplated copper conductorsinsulated with Polyesteror Polyimide tapes. From0.30 mm pitch for spacesaving to 1.25 mm, a largevariety of pitches is availableto suit your needs. In additionto the standard range, AXON’has developed customdesigned flat flex cablesincorporating folds, shields,notches, punching, slittingor marking. Flat FlexibleCables are compatible withZIF and LIF connectors.

Page 13:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com12 FLAT CABLESFLAT CABLESGeneral characteristicsTemperature rating: up to 105°C.Voltage rating: up to 30V AC.ConductorPitch: 0.30 mm.Width: 0.20 ± 0.015 mm.Conductor thickness: 0.035 mm typical value.Max. conductor resistance: 2800 (Ω/km) at 20°C.Conductor platingGold: 0.3µm Ni (mini) / 0.05µm Au.InsulationPolyester insulation with flame retardant adhesive.White colour.General drawingConnection schemeWith ZIF connectors-Reinforcement tape: Polyester L code.-Blue colour.0.30 MM PITCH STANDARD FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE.0.30 mm pitch Flat Flexible Cables

Page 14:13axojump®© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com0.30 MM PITCH GOLD PLATED FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE.Processing formsType AReinforcements at both ends,on the same side.Type DReinforcements at both ends,on opposing side.DimensionsPitch: P (mm) 0.30 ± 0.03Number of conductors: N 11 to 51Span: E (mm) (N-1)*0.30 ± 0.03Width: W (mm) (on connection area) (N 1)*0.30 ± 0.03Margin: M (mm) 0.30 ± 0.05Strip length: S1-S2 (mm) 4.00 ± 0.80Reinforcement length: F1-F2 (mm) 8.00 ± 2.00Insulated length: L (mm)42 to 60 ± 261 to 100 ± 3101 to 200 ± 4201 to 500 ± 5Thickness at end of cable: T (mm) 0.20 ± 0.03Cable thickness: th (mm) 0.12 (typical value)

Page 15:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com14 FLAT CABLESElectrical propertiesTestingconditionsValuesDielectric Test (V AC) - Min In air, during 1 minute 100Current rating (A) - Max FFC at 23°CAllowable temperature rise : 40°C0.30Insulation resistance conductor to conductor 10 MW.m min at DC 100VContinuity test DC 3.0 V at 0.1mA PassedImpedance cond/cond balanced method (typical value) FFC without shielding at 1MHz 145 ΩCapacitance cond/condbalanced method (typical value)FFC without shielding at 1KHz 70 pF/mOther propertiesTesting conditions CharacteristicsHeat resistance 113°C, 168 hoursDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedThermal shock(-55°C x 30 min → 25°C x 5 min →85°C x 30 min → 25°C x 5 min) x 25 cyclesDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedCold coiling-40°C, 96 hoursThe sample is initially wound on a mandrel of 3 mmAt room temperature:Visual inspectionDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedPassedWear by abrasionTest following EN3475-503Weight: 500 gSpeed: 60 cycles/minAbrasion tool: Ø = 0.50 mmDielectric testInsulation resistance:After 500 cycles PassedFlame resistance UL 758 VW-1 PassedFolding The specimen is folded manually at 180° Continuity after more than 20 times PassedMoisture resistance 60°C, 95% RH, 96 hoursDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedFlex-lifeNumber of cycles(typical values)Speed 100 cycles /minFlex-life test is performed at 23°C.Radius 10 mm 500 0000.30 mm pitch Flat Flexible Cables (continued)

Page 16:15axojump®© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.comIdentification codeFFC 0.30 A 25/0200 E 4.0-4.0-08.0-08.0 E A LL/AUOption:Plating on conductorsAU: gold platingReinforcement type (F1 & F2):L: Polyester reinforcementUL compliance:A: No complianceConductor thickness: E (35 microns)Reinforcement length F2 in mm(8 mm standard length)Reinforcement length F1 in mm(8 mm standard length)Strip length S2 in mm (4 mm standard length)Strip length S1 in mm (4 mm standard length)Insulation: ENumber of conductors: NInsulation length L in mmProcessing form: A or DPitch P in mmFlat Flexible Cable

Page 17:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com16 FLAT CABLES0.50 MM PITCH STANDARD FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE0.50, 1.00 and 1.25 mm pitch Flat Flexible Cables100 micron conductors1.00 MM PUNCHED FLAT FLEXIBLE CABLE.General characteristicsTemperature rating: up to 105°C.Voltage rating: up to 60V AC.ConductorPitch (mm) Width (mm)Max conductorresistance(Ω/km) at 20°CConductorthickness(mm)0.50 0.30 ± 0.02 730 0.10 ± 0.0151.00 0.70 ± 0.03 300 0.10 ± 0.0151.25 0.80 ± 0.03 290 0.10 ± 0.015Conductor platingTin (with silver) 2 µm miniGold 0.3µm Ni mini / 0.05µm AuInsulationPolyester insulation with flame retardant adhesive.White colour.Connection schemesWith ZIF connectorsReinforcement tape: Polyester K code.Blue colour.Hot bar solderingReinforcement tape: Polyimide H code.Natural colour (amber).Manual solderingCode for the end: T.F1 ; F2 = 2.50 mm.

Page 18:17axojump®© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.comGeneral drawingProcessing formsType AReinforcements at both ends,on the same side.Type DReinforcements at both ends,on opposing side.DimensionsPitch: P (mm) 0.50 ± 0.05 1.00 ± 0.08 1.25 ± 0.10Number of conductors: N 6 to 80 4 to 60 4 to 60Span: E (mm) (N-1)*0.50 ± 0.10 (N-1)*1.00 ± 0.15 (N-1)*1.25 ± 0.15Width: W (mm) (N 1)*0.50 ± 0.06 (N 1)*1.00 ± 0.10 (N 1)*1.25 ± 0.15Margin: M (mm) 0.50 0.15/-0.096 1.00 ± 0.20 1.25 ± 0.20Strip length: S1-S2 (mm) 2.00 to 10.0 ± 0.80 (standard value: 4 mm)Reinforcement length: F1-F2 (mm) 6.00 to 20.0 ± 2.00 (standard value: 8 mm)Insulated length: L (mm)20 to 60 ± 261 to 100 ± 3101 to 200 ± 4201 to 3999 ± 54000 to 5999 ± 106000 to 9999 ± 15Thickness at end of cable: T (mm) 0.30 ± 0.05 (only for ZIF connectors)Cable thickness: th (mm) 0.25 typical

Page 19:© 2009 - AXON'CABLE - RELEASED OCTOBER 2014/BFLAT FLEXIBLE CABLES AND FLAT CABLE ASSEMBLIES - www.axon-cable.com18 FLAT CABLESElectrical propertiesTesting conditionsPitch0.50 1.00 1.25Dielectric Test (V AC) - MinIn air, during 1 minute(MIL-STD-202 Method 301)200 400 500Current rating (A) - MaxFFC at 23°CAllowable temperature rise: 40°C0.55 1.25 1.40Insulation resistance conductor to conductor(MΩ.m min)MIL-STD-202FMethod 302 cond. B10at DC 200V10at DC 400V10at DC 500VContinuity test DC 3.0 V at 0.1mA Passed Passed PassedImpedance cond/cond balanced method(typical value)FFC without shielding at 1MHz 130 Ω 120 Ω 130 ΩCapacitance cond/condbalanced method (typical value)FFC without shielding at 1KHz 62 pF/m 50 pF/m 30 pF/mOther propertiesTesting conditions CharacteristicsHeat resistance 136°C, 168 hoursDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedThermal shock(-55°C x 30 min → 25°C x 5 min →85°C x 30 min → 25°C x 5 min) x 25 cyclesDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedCold coiling-40°C, 96 hoursThe sample is initially wound on a mandrelof 3mmAt room temperature:Visual inspectionDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedPassedWear by abrasionTest following EN3475-503Weight: 500 gSpeed: 60 cycles/minAbrasion tool: Ø = 0.50 mmDielectric testInsulation resistance:After 10 000 cycles PassedFlame resistance UL 758 VW-1 PassedSolderability (tin platedconductors)Immersion of the area which is intended for soldering intoa tin bath at 250 ± 10°CDuring 30 secondsNo insulation separationSolder reflow below 1 mmPassedPassedFolding The specimen shall be folded manually at 180° Continuity after more than 20 times PassedMoisture resistance 60°C, 95% RH, 96 hoursDielectric testInsulation resistancePassedPassedFlex-life(typical values)speed 100 cycles /minFlex-life tests are performed at 23°C.Radius 10 mm 100 000 cycles0.50, 1.00 and 1.25 mm pitch Flat Flexible Cables100 micron conductors (continued)