NEW PRODUCT – Fabric Ribbon 4-Channel Wire – 1 yard
NEW PRODUCT – Fabric Ribbon 4-Channel Wire – 1 yard – This lightweight, flexible fabric ribbon channel contains four individual wires, perfect for wiring up wearables where flexibility is key. This ribbon has 4 x 28AWG stranded-core wires, easy to solder but also quite flexible. There’s no risk of accidental shorts since each wire is sleeved, and you can also pass a fair bit of current.
This ribbon is ideal for when you’d like to make soldered connections, a rugged sewable data bus or pass higher current than is possible with stainless thread. This ribbon can handle 250mA continuous load & spikes of 1A.
Ultra-low resistance: ~0.25 Ω / m
4 Conductor connections
Power and data applications
Sewable – we suggest straight-stitching on the edges
Washable and dryable
Foldable onto itself without shorting
100% Nylon: Black color with two red & white pinstripes
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