A ribbon cable, referrers to as a flat cable or a flat ribbon cable, is a type of electrical cable with multiple conducting wires running parallel to each other on the same flat plane.
Ribbon cables are commonly used for internal connections in electronic devices and systems, such as digital signs. They are designed to save space and provide a reliable means of transmitting signals between components.
The width and number of wires in a ribbon cable can vary depending on the specific application and requirements. Standard ribbon cables can have anywhere from a few wires to several dozen, and they are typically available in different widths to accommodate various pin counts and spacing requirements.