OEM TPO MicroZip Ribbon Cable
- UL Style: 20848
- UL Voltage Rating: 30 Volts
- UL Temperature: 105°C
- CSA Style: AWM I A/B FT-1
- CSA Voltage Rating: 150 Volts
- CSA Temperature: 105°C
Solid & Stranded TPO MicroZip Ribbon Cable Features
- Tight Tolerances on 0.025″ Pitch Flat Ribbon Cable
- Co-Extruded Polarity Stripe
- No Flaking Inks
- Compliant for today’s new high speed termination machinery, offering tight tolerances on pitch and span
- UL and CSA Approved (Cable is printed UL/CSA)
- 80 Conductor Ultra ATA 100 Compliant
Solid & Stranded TPO MicroZip Ribbon Cable Description
SCSI Fast-XX/SPI-2 & SPI-3 compliant, this Microzip cable consists of 30 AWG solid silver-plated copper. 31 or 32 AWG
are available. The silver plated copper is fully extruded with HCA’s unique Thermoplastic Olefin. A red polarity stripe is co-extruded into position number one for easy identification. Since the polarity stripe is physically extruded into the edge of position one, no chipping or flaking will occur. No hazardous inks are used for the stripe. Standard color is light yellow with a red polarity stripe (violet for 32 AWG).
Note: Thickness for solid is 0.025″ ± 0.002″.
Solid & Stranded TPO MicroZip Ribbon Cable Applications
- Ultra ATA 33, 66, 100 and 133
- SPI, SPI-2, SPI-3 and some SPI-4
- SCSI FAST XX
Solid & Stranded TPO MicroZip Ribbon Cable RoHS Eco-Friendly Index
Hitachi Cable America is making every effort to provide Lead free and Cadmium free products to help protect our environment. To this end Hitachi Cable America, Inc. has adopted RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) as its standard. Hitachi’s website Eco-Index is designed to inform the interested user of contents of various restricted or banned elements in terms of parts per million. In most cases, the numbers stated are from actual lab tests using the acid digestion method, considered to be the most severe measurement of analyzing content of restricted and banned elements. It is Hitachi’s goal to be 100% compliant to European RoHS, including the removal of the Deca-BDE exemption dated July 1, 2008.