Flat cable to header converter adapters

Posted on Tuesday, June 7th, 2011 in builds by Ian

MickM built flat cable to header converter adapters :

I was using some character LCD displays and realised that the cables were impossible to plug into the displays that I actually had.   My PCB was single row of 16, the LCD was 2×7,  no backlight.  So I made an adapter for it.

Via the forum.

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One Response to “Flat cable to header converter adapters”

  1. Mike Donovan says:

    These are also very handy for breadboarding. Any chance of seeing these on Seeed?

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