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From: "Michael A. Terrell"
Subject: Re: LCD Connector Orientation
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 14:57:58 -0400
Organization: Do I have to? Well, Ok. If you insist!
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Richard Soennichsen wrote:
> I need to connect a ribbon cable to a standard, 14 pin, LCD module. In the
> past this just meant putting a straight or right angle header onto the FRONT
> on the LCD PCB. Now I am in the situation where there no room for the
> connection except to put the header on the BACK of the PCB. Unfortunatly
> the ribbon cable connector (female) is now a mirror image of what it should
> be. I can fix this by redesigning the application PCB but would rather not!
> Anyone have a solution to this? Is there a ribon cable connector with
> "reversed" pinout?
How about plugging a short cable in line with a header to reverse the
connections a second time?
Michael A. Terrell
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