Industrial connectors, we also call connection plugs, plugs. Its role is to connect two active components and play the role of current and signal transmission. Yuanya, Toshiba, Ghanami and other well-known connector brands. According to different application objects and environments, connectors are divided into several types, but no matter which type of connector, it must ensure the smooth and reliable transmission of electrical signals. As the application environment changes, the connector derives a variety of connection methods to better adapt to the field environment and ensure stable signal transmission. Here are some common connection methods.

1. Threaded connection.This is a traditional connection method, which is relatively rare now, and is suitable for some large components or strong vibration environments. The advantage of this form of connection is that it is reliable in use, and the cable is fixed by the friction of the nut gear. If a fuse is added to prevent loosening, the effect will be better. The disadvantage is that the disassembly and assembly speed is slow, and it needs a little electric return line, which is more time-consuming.

2. Bayonet connection.
This is a popular form of quick connect and detach connection. Often used to connect two simple electrical components. Snap-on connectors will have the correct snap-lock orientation marked on the snap. The user can observe that the clip fits into the small hole on the side of the connector nut.

3. Plug connection.
Plug-in connection is a common connection method. The plug of the connector can move horizontally when connecting and disconnecting, no need to twist the selection, just complete the connection and disconnection in a short time. Common plug connections have ball and pin configurations. This connection method cancels the traditional mechanical locking mechanism, and once the connector is inserted by mistake, it is difficult to pull out.

4. Cabinet connection.
It is based on electrical connections that need to be blindly connected to devices close to the frame. This approach allows electrical equipment to be very lightweight, the units work independently of each other, easier to maintain and more reliable. Since the operator of this connection method cannot perceive the connection, there must be an accurate positioning device to assist the smooth connection. A floating contact or spring design is usually used to ensure proper connection.

5. Solder connections.
Solder connection means that a continuous metal should form between the solder and the soldered surface. Therefore, the premise of the connector is solderability. Commonly used coatings for welding ends are tin alloys, silver, gold and other metals. Reed contacts have solder lugs, punched lugs, and notched lugs for universal solder ends: Pinhole contacts have arc gaps drilled for universal solder ends.

6. Disconnect.
Puncture connection, also known as insulation displacement connection, has the characteristics of high reliability, low cost and convenient use, and has been widely used in printing industrial connectors. Suitable for interconnection between ribbon cables. There is no need to pierce the insulation of the cable when connecting. Using the U-shaped contact spring tip of the connector, slide the cable conductors into the connector grooves and secure so that the cable is in tight contact with the connector.