DB15 Ribbon Cable
The D-Sub 15 pin ribbon cable is an analog socket connector coming from the D-Subminiature (D-Sub) connector family. The prefix 15 represents the number of pins it has, while D refers to the D-shape design of the connector shell. The cable is mainly used in serial and parallel ports; the DB 15 connector allows asynchronous data transmission.
The method used to attach the wires to the contacts of a cable end differentiates the type of D-sub connector. These types include soldering, insulation displacement, or crimping.
- 1.27MM, 2MM, 2.54MM pitch connector
- D-Sub 15 pin connector
- LOW MOQ 50pcs accepted
- The prototype is available, lead time: 1-3 days
- Sample available
- Connector Type: DB15 Male to FC-16 Female
- FC Connector Pin Pitch: 2.54mm
- FC Connector Pin Number: 16
- Wire Total Width: 19mm / 0.75inch
- Total Length: 20cm / 7.9inch.
- Ribbon cable saves space and time on circuit interconnecting assemblies.
- The Conductor ribbon cable separates easily for clean terminations with standard wire connectors and pins.
- Suitable for digital cameras, digital camcorders, laptops, LCD TVs, LCD.
DB15 Ribbon Cable Overview
The D-Sub 15 pin flat ribbon cable is one of the most sought-after ribbon cables. This is due to the fact that the cable has an important role as far as different applications are concerned; however, since the market is filled with varying ribbon cables, it’s never easy to choose the best DB15 ribbon cable that matches your project.
Here are a few simple things you should be familiar with about the DB15 flat ribbon cable.
Typically THE D-Sub 15 pin ribbon cable is used for connecting a computer’s internal peripherals, the Flat ribbon cables are generally designed to be used with IDC connectors. The metal housing of the DB15 connector is even easier to buckle a flat ribbon cable as it is pressed against the contacts, which aligns a pin with one line/wire simultaneously to offer easy and excellent attachment.
A spacing of 0.050 inches is the most common spacing within this cable, but finer and courser pitch cables are also available, from 0.025 inches to 0.156 inches, with custom spacing available depending on your application. The D-Sub 15 pin ribbon cable uses a stranded copper wire ranging from 18 AWG to 34 AWG or finer in size, with 0.050 inches of spacing courser pitch.
DB15 flat ribbon cable is usually inserted directly into the DB15 connector. All this aims to achieve smooth data transmissions and connections from your parallel port to your motherboard. While this cable has the ability to offer the best connections during the application, it’s also wise to go for a customized DB15 flat ribbon cable that best suits your needs.