An electrical connector is a device that connects two active devices to transmit current or signals. A connector is a detachable element (except for adapters) that is usually installed on the cable supplier or equipment for the electrical connection of the transmission line system, that is, a device that connects two active devices to transmit current or signals.
The role of the electrical connector is very simple: it builds a bridge of communication between the blocked or isolated circuits in the circuit, so that the current can flow and the circuit can realize the predetermined function.
Electrical connectors are an indispensable part of electronic equipment. Observing along the path of current flow, you will always find one or more electrical connectors. The form and structure of electrical connectors are ever-changing. There are various types of connectors with different application objects, frequencies, power, and application environments, such as multi-wire electrical connectors.
Generally speaking, what the electrical connector is connected to is not limited to current. In today's rapid development of optoelectronics technology, the carrier of transmitting signals is light in the optical fiber system. Glass and plastic replace the wires in ordinary circuits, but light Connectors are also used in signal paths, and their functions are the same as electrical connectors.
1. Improve the production process
The connector simplifies the assembly process of electronic products. It also simplifies the mass production process;
2. Easy to repair
If an electronic component fails, the failed component can be quickly replaced when an electrical connector is installed;
3. Easy to upgrade
With the advancement of technology, components can be updated when electrical connectors are installed, and new and more complete components can be used to replace the old ones;
4. Improve design flexibility
The use of electrical connectors allows engineers to have greater flexibility when designing and integrating new products and when composing systems with components.
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