Fastlink have been making Low Voltage Differential Signalling (LVDS) cables for some years, and have all the necessary tooling to terminate Molex, JAE, and Hirose; being the most popular style connectors. We have considerable experience and we offer a consultancy service that will help the customer to understand the various interfaces and map them accordingly. We are happy to work with the development engineers to produce the prototype model, and the subsequent production quantities.
Low Voltage Differential Signalling cables (LVDS) are used extensively on digital signage applications. The cable can be described as a special high-density connector; up to 100 ways contacts that plug directly into the screen with the other end connector providing the signal source. These electronic displays have numerous applications, ranging from transportation information in train stations, airports etc. and any other establishment that needs to publish public information, to touch screens which are being used in ever increasing numbers to book tickets and many other different services. Electronic event and product advertising in public places have replaced the old style bill board.
The LVDS cables are difficult to build due to the small size of cable – typically 30 AWG, and the small connectors that the cable has to be terminated to. Special applicators need to be fitted to our electronic press; bench magnifiers, special tools, plus electronic inspection aids and testing are also required, along with a suitable dust free area.
We are happy to supply small batches, including one off’s for samples or evaluation. We will work with your engineer to solve any design or production issues.
All products carry a life time workmanship guarantee.
PLEASE CALL FASTLINK AND DISCUSS YOUR REQUIREMENTS.