Characteristics of male and female connector PIN pins
PIN pin is the most important conductor in male and female connectors and is the main source of current and information transmission. The number of PIN pins also determines the most important current and information transmission capabilities of the connector. Generally, the more PIN pins, the better the conductive transmission effect of the connector; of course, this is not inevitable. For example, some 12PIN ones will It is more expensive than 16pin or even 24pin. This is mainly related to factors such as the craftsmanship and material selection of the PIN pin.
What are the characteristics of the Amass connector PIN pin? Taking the LC series male and female connectors as an example, we will take you to learn more about:
The PIN pins of the LC series male and female plugs have male and female heads.
The PIN pins of the LC series male and female plugs have three PIN pin arrangements in actual products: single PIN, 2 PIN, and 3 PIN. Sometimes signal pins are used in combination. The current covers 10A-300A, suitable for most smart devices.
PIN pin and wire harness crimping forming diagram. The PIN pin is crimped using a hexagonal riveting tool. The crimping is uniform and beautiful, and the crimping effect is good, avoiding the shortcomings of welding oxidation.
The PIN pins of the LC series male and female plugs have unique advantages, which are mainly reflected in material, structure, plating, etc.:
1. Copper conductor: has ultra-high current-carrying performance and larger current increase
2. Crown spring structure: Increase the plugging and unplugging service life of male and female connectors, and prevent instantaneous disconnection during plugging.
3. Metallic silver layer: strong conductivity and good solderability
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