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What are the factors that affect the push-pull self-locking connector?

Time:2019-09-19 Browse:

        In this era of advanced technology, the connector industry market is booming, Especially in the growing market demand for push-pull self-locking connectors, the quality requirements for this type of connector equipment in various industries are also increasing. Therefore, when producing connector products, we must pay attention to several aspects. Because only the products with high quality and high precision can be favored by more customers and enterprises. What are the main factors that affect the performance of push-pull self-locking connectors?

      First of all, the size of the voltage used by the push-pull self-locking connector: because the thermal effect accelerates the chemical reaction in the film area, it has a certain repairing effect on the film layer, so the size of the voltage is used for the push-pull self-locking connector. The application of the lock connector has a big impact.

      Secondly, the current size of the push-pull self-locking connector: when the current exceeds a certain value during use, the Joule heat generated by the electrification at the tiny points on the surface of the contact piece will soften or melt the metal, which will affect the concentration of The resistance has an effect so that the contact resistance becomes smaller.

       In the state of the push-pull self-locking connector surface: due to the deposition of oil, dust, etc. on the surface of the contact piece, a relatively loose film is formed, so that particulate matter is easily embedded in the unevenness of the contact surface, As a result, the resistance of the contact piece increases, and the contact area of the contact piece becomes smaller, which affects the normal use of the push-pull self-locking connector.

     Finally, the positive pressure of the push-pull self-locking connector: the positive pressure in the push-pull self-locking connector refers to the force generated by the surfaces of the contacts contacting each other and perpendicular to the contact surface. With the increase of the positive pressure, the area and number of contact micro-points will gradually increase, and the contact micro-points will transition from elastic deformation to plastic deformation. The above are the four major factors that affect the performance of push-pull self-locking connectors. Manufacturers must pay attention to them in the production process.