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flexible circuit

[‚flek·sə·bəl ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
A printed circuit made on a flexible plastic sheet that is usually die-cut to fit between large components.

flexible circuit

A pattern of conductors created on a bendable film, which acts as an insulating (dielectric) base material. The top is coated with a dielectric cover layer. A flexible circuit is a pliable counterpart to a rigid printed circuit board. Flexible circuits, or "flex circuits," are often required to enable a more rapid construction of a device rather than their ability to turn and twist in normal operation. See bendy chip.
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