Y5B/Y5BW Series FEATURES FPC connectors

Y5B/Y5BW Series FEATURES FPC connectors
For FPC/FFC*
FPC connectors
(0.5mm pitch)
Back lock
Y5B/Y5BW
Series
FEATURES
1. Low profile, space saving back lock
type with improved lever operability
2. Mechanical design freedom
achieved by top and bottom double
contacts
3. Wide selection, including a type
with a small number of pins
Low profile and space saving design of
1.0 mm high and 3.20 mm deep (3.70
mm with lever)
Y5B and Y5BW can have a minimum of
four and two contacts respectively,
maximum reduction in design packaging.
Y5B/Y5BW
RoHS compliant
The FPC holding contacts located on
both ends of the connector facilitate
positioning of FPC and further enhance
the FPC holding force.
Structure to lock
notches on both ends
of the FPC with
holding contacts
Applicable FPC shape
With notches
1.00
Unit: mm
0
3.2
4 pin contacts (Y5B: minimum)
4. Wiring patterns can be placed
underneath the connector.
5. Man-hours for assembly can be
reduced by delivering the connectors
with their levers opened.
6. Y5BW features lock holding type,
including a structure to temporarily
hold the FPC and a higher holding
force.
(1) The inserted FPC can be temporarily held until the lever is
closed.
(2) When the lever is closed, the holding contacts lock the
FPC by its notches, enhancing the FPC holding force.
* (Y5BW is compatible with FPC only.)
APPLICATIONS
A wide range of digital equipment,
including mobile phones,
smartphones, PCs, digital still camera,
and digital video camera. Ideal for
touch panels and LCD backlights,
which require connectors with a small
number of pins.
ORDERING INFORMATION
Y5B
AYF 5
3
3
5
6
5
53: FPC Connector 0.5 mm pitch
(Back lock)
Number of pins (2 digits)
Function
3: Top and bottom double contacts
Surface treatment (Contact portion / Terminal portion)
5: Au plating/Au plating (Ni barrier)
Y5BW
AYF 5
3
T
53: FPC Connector 0.5 mm pitch
(Back lock)
Number of pins (2 digits)
Function
6: Top and bottom double contacts, lock holding type
Surface treatment (Contact portion / Terminal portion)
5: Au plating/Au plating (Ni barrier)
T: Suction area expansion type
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ACCTB1E 201405-T
FPC connectors Y5B/Y5BW (0.5mm pitch)
PRODUCT TYPES
Y5B
Height
Number of pins
4
5
6
8
10
12
14
16
24
28
30
32
34
40
42
50
1.0 mm
Y5BW
Part number
AYF530435
AYF530535
AYF530635
AYF530835
AYF531035
AYF531235
AYF531435
AYF531635
AYF532435
AYF532835
AYF533035
AYF533235
AYF533435
AYF534035
AYF534235
AYF535035
Number of pins
2
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
22
26
28
30
32
38
40
48
Part number
AYF530265T
AYF530365T
AYF530465T
AYF530665T
AYF530865T
AYF531065T
AYF531265T
AYF531465T
AYF532265T
AYF532665T
AYF532865T
AYF533065T
AYF533265T
AYF533865T
AYF534065T
AYF534865T
Packing
Inner carton (1-reel)
Outer carton
5,000 pieces
10,000 pieces
Notes: 1. Order unit;
For volume production: 1-inner carton (1-reel) units
Samples for mounting check: 50-connector units. Please contact our sales office.
Samples: Small lot orders are possible. Please contact our sales office.
2. Please contact our sales office for connectors having a number of pins other than those listed above.
SPECIFICATIONS
1. Characteristics: When using an applicable FPC (thickness 0.30 mm)
Electrical
characteristics
Item
Rated current
Rated voltage
Insulation resistance
Specifications
0.5A/pin contact (Except for holding contact)
50V AC/DC
Min. 1,000MΩ (initial)
Breakdown voltage
250V AC for 1 min.
Contact resistance
Mechanical
characteristics
FPC holding force
Ambient temperature
Storage temperature
Max. 100mΩ
Y5B: Min. 0.2N/pin contact × pin contacts (initial)
Y5BW: Min. 0.2N/pin contact × pin contacts + 2.0N
(initial)
–55°C to +85°C
–55°C to +85°C (product only)
–40°C to +50°C (emboss packing)
Conditions
Using 250V DC megger (applied for 1 min.)
No short-circuiting or damage at a detection current of 1 mA
when the specified voltage is applied for one minute.
Based on the contact resistance measurement method
specified by JIS C 5402.
Measurement of the maximum force applied until the
inserted compatible FPC is pulled out in the insertion axis
direction while the connector lever is closed
No freezing at low temperatures. No dew condensation.
Conformed to MIL-STD-202F, method 107G
Thermal shock resistance
(with FPC mated)
5 cycles,
insulation resistance min. 100MΩ,
contact resistance max. 100mΩ
Environmental
characteristics
Humidity resistance
(with FPC mated)
Saltwater spray resistance
(with FPC mated)
H2S resistance
(with FPC mated)
Soldering heat resistance
Lifetime
characteristics
Unit weight
Insertion and removal life
Order Temperature (°C)
1
–55 −30
2
3
85 +30
4
–55 −30
Time (minutes)
30
Max. 5
30
Max. 5
120 hours,
insulation resistance min. 100MΩ,
contact resistance max. 100mΩ
24 hours,
insulation resistance min. 100MΩ,
contact resistance max. 100mΩ
48 hours,
contact resistance max. 100mΩ
Peak temperature: 260°C or less
300°C within 5 sec. 350°C within 3 sec.
Bath temperature 40±2°C, gas concentration 3±1 ppm,
humidity 75 to 80% R.H.
Reflow soldering
Soldering iron
20 times
Repeated insertion and removal: min. 10 sec./time
Bath temperature 40±2°C,
humidity 90 to 95% R.H.
Bath temperature 35±2°C,
saltwater concentration 5±1%
Y5B (50 pin contacts): 0.16 g
2. Material and surface treatment
Part name
Molded portion
Material
Surface treatment
Housing: LCP resin (UL94V-0)
Lever: LCP resin (UL94V-0)
—
Contact
Copper alloy
Holding contact (Only Y5BW)
Soldering terminals
Copper alloy
Copper alloy
–2–
Contact portion; Base: Ni plating, Surface: Au plating
Terminal portion; Base: Ni plating, Surface: Au plating
Terminal portion; Base: Ni plating, Surface: Au plating
Base: Ni plating, Surface: Au plating
ACCTB1E 201405-T
FPC connectors Y5B/Y5BW (0.5mm pitch)
DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm)
The CAD data of the products with a
CAD Data
mark can be downloaded from: http://industrial.panasonic.com/ac/e/
Y5B
A
CAD Data
General tolerance: ±0.3
0.50±0.10
Each mentioned sizes are at the stage
of initial stage
1.00±0.10
(3.70)
Terminal coplanarity
(0.30)
0.1
(0.50)
(Contact and
soldering terminals)
B±0.20
4.00
3.36
1.50
5
6
8
10
12
14
16
24
28
30
32
34
40
42
50
4.50
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
9.00
10.00
14.00
16.00
17.00
18.00
19.00
22.00
23.00
27.00
3.86
4.36
5.36
6.36
7.36
8.36
9.36
13.36
15.36
16.36
17.36
18.36
21.36
22.36
26.36
2.00
2.50
3.50
4.50
5.50
6.50
7.50
11.50
13.50
14.50
15.50
16.50
19.50
20.50
24.50
(1.76)
1.60
(Suction
area)
Number of pins/
dimension
4
2.90
3.20
(0.15)
(1.50)
(FPC
insertion
depth)
(0.32)
(0.15)
C±0.20
Y5B RECOMMENDED FPC/FFC DIMENSIONS
(Finished thickness: t = 0.3±0.03)
The conductive parts should be based by Ni plating and then Au plating.
(A+1)±0.05
A±0.03
5
6
8
10
12
14
16
24
28
30
32
34
40
42
50
2.00
2.50
3.50
4.50
5.50
6.50
7.50
11.50
13.50
14.50
15.50
16.50
19.50
20.50
24.50
5
0.
1.50 min.
(Exposed part
of the conductor)
R
0.30±0.03
Cutting direction*
* Cut FPC from the copper foil side
to the reinforcing plate side.
Y5BW
C
1.50
.0
±0
20
(FPC) 0.35±0.03
(FFC) 0.30±0.03
B
Number of pins/
dimension
4
2.50 min.
(Reinforcing plate)
0.50±0.07
0.50±0.03
A
A
A
0.50±0.10
CAD Data
General tolerance: ±0.3
Holding contacts
(The holding contacts cannot be used as conductors.)
3.70
1.60
(Suction
area)
(1.76)
1.00±0.10
Each mentioned sizes are at the stage of initial stage
Terminal coplanarity
B±0.20
0.1
(0.30)
(Contact, holding
(0.50)
contact and
soldering terminals)
2.90
3.20
(0.15)
D±0.20
C±0.20
(0.32)
(0.15)
(0.32)
(0.15)
–3–
(1.50)
(FPC
insertion
depth)
Number of pins/
dimension
2
4.00
3.36
1.50
0.50
3
4
6
8
10
12
4.50
5.00
6.00
7.00
8.00
9.00
3.86
4.36
5.36
6.36
7.36
8.36
2.00
2.50
3.50
4.50
5.50
6.50
1.00
1.50
2.50
3.50
4.50
5.50
14
22
26
28
30
32
38
40
48
10.00
14.00
16.00
17.00
18.00
19.00
22.00
23.00
27.00
9.36
13.36
15.36
16.36
17.36
18.36
21.36
22.36
26.36
7.50
11.50
13.50
14.50
15.50
16.50
19.50
20.50
24.50
6.50
10.50
12.50
13.50
14.50
15.50
18.50
19.50
23.50
A
B
C
D
ACCTB1E 201405-T
FPC connectors Y5B/Y5BW (0.5mm pitch)
Y5BW RECOMMENDED FPC DIMENSIONS
(Finished thickness: t = 0.3±0.03)
The conductive parts should be based by Ni plating and then Au plating.
Notches type
1.00±0.07
(A+2)±0.05
A±0.03
0.50±0.03 (Pitch) 0.35±0.03
*1
0.70±0.05
3
4
6
8
10
12
14
22
26
28
30
32
38
40
48
1.00
1.50
2.50
3.50
4.50
5.50
6.50
10.50
12.50
13.50
14.50
15.50
18.50
19.50
23.50
0.30±0.03
2.50 min.
(Reinforcing plate)
.05
R0.20R±0
0.20±0
.0
5
R0
.25
ma
x.
0.50
R0.20±0.05
0.80±0.05
1.30±0.10
1.50 min.
(Conductor
exposed area)
x.
ma
.25
R0
Number of pins/
dimension
2
*1
Not interfere
conductor
Cutting direction (*2)
(*2) Cut FPC from the copper foil side
to the reinforcing plate side.
A
EMBOSSED TAPE DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm) (Common for respective contact type)
• Specifications for taping
Tape I
Tape II
(A +0.3
−0.1 )
(A±0.3)
(C)
(B)
• Specifications for the plastic reel
(In accordance with EIAJ ET-7200B.)
(B)
(1.75)
(D±1)
(1.75)
Taping reel
Embossed carrier tape
380 dia.
(2.0)
(4.0)
(2.0)
(4.0)
Leading direction after packaging
Top cover tape
(8.0)
(8.0)
Embossed mounting-hole
Label
1.5
.1
+0 0.0
50
1.
0 +00.1
.0
dia
a.
di
.
• Y5B Dimension table (Unit: mm)
Number of pins
4 to 10
12 to 30
32 to 34
40 to 50
Type of taping
Tape I
Tape I
Tape II
Tape II
A
16.0
24.0
32.0
44.0
B
7.5
11.5
14.2
20.2
C
–
–
28.4
40.4
D
17.4
25.4
33.4
45.4
Quantity per reel
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
A
16.0
24.0
32.0
44.0
B
7.5
11.5
14.2
20.2
C
–
–
28.4
40.4
D
17.4
25.4
33.4
45.4
Quantity per reel
5,000
5,000
5,000
5,000
• Y5BW Dimension table (Unit: mm)
Number of pins
2 to 8
10 to 28
30 to 32
38 to 48
Type of taping
Tape I
Tape I
Tape II
Tape II
• Connector orientation with respect to embossed tape feeding direction
Type
Y5B/Y5BW
Direction
of tape progress
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ACCTB1E 201405-T
FPC connectors Y5B/Y5BW (0.5mm pitch)
NOTES
1. Recommended PC board and metal
mask patterns
Connectors are mounted with high pitch
density, intervals of contact pitch 0.4 mm,
0.5 mm or 0.6 mm.
In order to reduce solder and flux rise,
solder bridges and other issues make
sure the proper levels of solder is used.
The figures to the right are recommended
metal mask patterns. Please use our
recommended patterns basically.
Please refer to the latest product
specifications when designing your
product.
• Y5B/Y5BW
0.80±0.05
Recommended PC board pattern
(mounting layout)
(TOP VIEW)
0.40±0.05
1.00±0.05
0.80±0.05
3.30±0.05
0.50±0.05
0.30±0.05
1.00±0.05
Recommended metal mask pattern
0.55±0.01
Metal mask thickness: When 120μm
(Terminal portion opening area ratio: 57%)
(Soldering terminal portion opening area ratio: 100%)
0.40±0.01
1.00±0.01
1.00±0.01
0.80±0.01
3.30±0.01
0.50±0.01
0.25±0.01
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ACCTB1E 201405-T
Notes on Using FPC Connectors
Notes on Using FPC Connectors
■ PC board design
• Design the recommended foot pattern in order to secure the
mechanical strength in the soldered areas of the terminal.
• In order to facilitate the connector mount, make sure to design
the board with reduced warpage.
• Please design and pay attention to the distance from the board
edge to the pattern. When cutting the board, do not give an
excessive stress to the connector, which risks damaging the
connector.
(Y3BW/Y5BW)
• Depending on FPC dimension and FPC insertion location,
there is a possibility that the holding contact and an FPC pattern
of both end of signal contacts are in short-circuited.
Please design the equipment not to be affected even if a board
pattern of holding contacts and an FPC pattern of both end of
signal contacts are in short-circuited.
(For example: Do not connect a board pattern of holding
contacts and GND.
If connect a board pattern of holding contacts and GND, also
connect board pattern of both end of signal contacts.)
■ FPC and equipment design
• Design the FPC based with recommended dimensions to
ensure the required connector performance.
• When using back lock type, secure enough space for closing
the lever and for open-close operation of the lever.
• Make sure that connector positioning and FPC length are
appropriate to prevent diagonal insertion of the FPC.
• Due to the FPC size, weight, or the reaction force of the routed
FPC, FPC removed and connector deformation may occur by a
fall, vibration, or other impact. Carefully check the equipment
design and take required measures to prevent the FPC
removed.
If the shock of falling, vibration is applied to the FPC, please
design the equipment not to be applied a load to connector, such
as fixing the FPC.
• Make sure to design the FPC insertion part with reduced
warpage. Otherwise, the warpage may adversely affect the FPC
insertion.
■ Connector mounting
Excessive mounter chucking force may deform the molded or
metal part of the connector. Consult us in advance if chucking is
to be applied.
■ Soldering
1) Manual soldering
• Due to the connector’s compact size, if an excessive amount of
solder is applied during manual soldering, the solder may creep
up and flux wicking near the contact points, or solder interference may cause impact contact.
• Make sure that the soldering iron tip is heated within the
temperature and time limits indicated in the specifications.
• Flux from the solder wire may adhere to the contact surfaces
during soldering operations. After soldering, carefully check the
contact surfaces and cleans off any flux solder use.
• Be aware that a load applied to the connector terminals while
soldering may displace the contact.
• Thoroughly clean the iron tip.
2) Reflow soldering
• Screen-printing is recommended for printing paste solder.
• To achieve the appropriate soldering state, make sure that the
reflow temperature, PC board foot pattern, window size and
thickness of metal mask are recommended condition.
• Note that excess solder on the terminals prevents complete
insertion of the FPC, and causes flux climbing up.
• A screen thickness of 120μm is recommended during cream
solder printing.
• Consult us when using a screen-printing thickness other than
that recommended.
• Depending on the size of the connector being used, self
alignment may not be possible. Accordingly, carefully position
the terminal with the PC board pattern.
• The recommended reflow temperature profile is given in the
figure below.
Upper limit (Soldering heat resistance)
Lower limit (Solder wettability)
Temperature
260°C
230°C
180°C
Peak temperature
Preheating
25 sec.
150°C
60 to 120 sec.
(Y3BW/Y5BW)
■ The holding contacts cannot be used as conductors.
The holding contacts are located on both ends of the
connector, and the shape of the soldered portions is the
same as that of the signal contacts.
Use caution to ensure connect identification.
220°C
200°C
70 sec.
Time
(Y3BL)
■ Soldering terminal structure
Since soldering terminals touch FPC, note that the short
circuit may occur when the metal parts exposed on side of
FPC.
• Depending on FPC dimension, there is a possibility that
soldering terminals and an FPC pattern of both end of signal
contacts are in short-circuited.
Please design the equipment not to be affected even if a
board pattern of soldering terminals and an FPC pattern of
both end of signal contacts are in short-circuited.
(For example: Do not connect a board pattern of soldering
terminals and GND. If connect a board pattern of soldering
terminals and GND, also connect board pattern of both end of
signal contacts.)
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• The temperature is measured on the surface of the PC board
near the connector terminals.
• Depending on reflow condition, poor contact may occur by
solder and flux wicking.
Please set the reflow conditions that considering the
characteristics of solder and flux. Also please make
consideration in setting the reflow times and O2 concentration to
prevent poor contact by solder and flux wicking.
• When performing reflow soldering on the back of the PC board
after reflow soldering the connector, secure the connector using,
for example, an adhesive.
(Double reflow soldering on the same side is possible.)
Do not touch the lever or apply any load to the lever until the
second reflow soldering. The terminals may be deformed by
reflow heating, because if touching or applying any load to the
lever, contact deflection occurs.
ACCTB13E 201405-T
Notes on Using FPC Connectors
3) Reworking on a soldered portion
• Finish reworking in one operation.
• For reworking of the solder bridge, use a soldering iron with a
flat tip.
Do not add flux, otherwise the flux may creep to the contact
parts.
When adding the solder for reworking, do not add an excessive
solder. Otherwise, solder and flux may creep up and solder
bridges may occur.
• Use a soldering iron whose tip temperature is within the
temperature range specified in the specifications.
■ Do not drop or handle the connector carelessly.
Otherwise, the terminals may become deformed due to
excessive force or applied solderability may be during
reflow degrade.
■ Do not open/close the lever or insert/remove an FPC until
the connector is soldered. Forcibly applied external
pressure on the terminals can weaken the adherence of the
terminals to the molded part or cause the terminals to lose
their evenness. In addition, do not insert an FPC into the
connector before soldering the connector.
■ When cutting or bending the PC board after mounting the
connector, be careful that the soldered sections are
subjected to excessive force.
An FPC inserted at an excessive angle to the board may cause
the deformation of metal parts, crack of molding parts, FPC
insertion failures, and FPC circuit breakages.
• Insert the FPC into the connector after checking the position of
FPC insertion slot and FPC. Do not insert the FPC without
positioning the FPC and connector. Otherwise, it may cause
connector breakages. When it is hard to insert the FPC, do not
insert the FPC on that condition. Confirm the FPC and
connector positioning.
• Do not apply an excessive load to the lever in the opening
direction beyond its open position; otherwise, the lever may be
deformed or removed.
• Do not apply an excessive load to the lever in a direction
perpendicular to the lever rotation axis or in the lever opening
direction; otherwise, the terminals may be deformed, and the
lever may be removed.
The soldered areas should not be subjected to force.
■ Precautions for insertion/removal of FPC
<Back-Lock>
• Avoid touching the lever (applying any external force) until an
FPC is inserted.
Do not open/close the lever without an FPC inserted. Failure to
follow this instruction will cause the contacts to warp, leading to
the contact tips to interfere with the insertion of an FPC,
deforming the terminals. Failure to follow this instruction may
cause the lever to be removed, terminals to be deformed, and/or
the FPC insertion force to increase.
Without an FPC inserted
• In the case of Back-lock type, the FPC insertion section is on
the opposite side of the lever.
Be careful not to make a mistake in the FPC insertion position or
the lever opening/closing position. Otherwise, a contact failure or
connector breakage may occur.
• Do not insert an FPC upside down. Inserting an FPC in a
direction opposite to that you intended may cause an operation
failure or malfunction.
• Insert an FPC with the lever opened at right angle, that is, in
the factory default position.
• After checking the position of FPC insertion slot and FPC,
completely insert the FPC horizontally to the full depth of the
connector without altering the angle.
• To close the lever, turn down the lever by pressing the entire
lever or both sides of the lever with fingers tips. And close the
lever completely. Be careful not to apply partial load to the lever
that may cause its deformation or destruction or lever going back
to initial position.
Close the lever completely to prevent contact failure.
• If pressure to the lever is applied unevenly, it may deform or
break the FPC. Make sure that the lever is closed completely.
Not doing so will cause a faulty connection.
• Avoid applying an excessive load to the top of the lever during
or after closing the lever. Otherwise, the terminals may be
deformed.
• When opening the lever to remove the FPC, rotate the lever to
the initial position. Do not push the lever into the FPC inlet side
and ensure that the lever will not go over the initial position;
otherwise, it may be deformed or broken.
• To open the lever, if pressure to the lever is applied unevenly,
such as to an edge only, it may deform or break.
• Do not open the lever forcefully with something sharp tool,
otherwise, the lever may be deformed.
• Remove the FPC at parallel with the lever fully opened. If the
lever is closed, or if the FPC is forcedly pulled, the product or
FPC may break.
• If a lever is accidentally detached during the handling of a
connector, do not use the connector any longer.
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ACCTB13E 201405-T
Notes on Using FPC Connectors
■ After an FPC is inserted, carefully handle it so as not to
apply excessive stress to the base of the FPC. When using
FPC with a bent condition, please pay attention to
precautions below; otherwise, in some conditions it may
cause conduction failure, connector breakage, unlocking
lever or FPC disconnection.
• Design so that a load is not applied to connector directly by
FPC bending.
• Avoid sharp FPC bending at the root of FPC insertion part.
• Design so that a load is not applied to the part of FPC bending.
• If there might be a load on FPC, please fix the FPC.
• Fix the FPC if there might be a load to the cut out, do not apply
bending load to the cutout part of FPC. Otherwise, it may cause
FPC disconnection and deformation since the cutout part of
FPC is subjected to bending stress.
FPC cutout part
■ Other cautions
• When coating the PC board after soldering the connector (to
prevent the deterioration of insulation), perform the coating in
such a way so that the coating does not get on the connector.
• The connectors are not meant to be used for switching.
• There is no problem on the product quality though the swelling
and the black spot, etc. might be generated in the molding parts.
• The detailed shape of metal parts and molding parts may differ
depending on the mold.
• Height in FPC mating depends on the way to being used, such
as mounting condition, thickness of FPC, and angle of lever lock
etc. Please check it by actual equipment.
Please refer to the latest product specifications when
designing your product.
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