Introduction to the Connector
The connector, as a key component of current or signal connection, is also an important part of the industrial system. From airplanes to rockets to mobile phones to TVs, connectors appear in various forms, bridging circuits or other components, and taking on the role of current or signal connections.
The connector, generally refers to the electrical connector. That is, a device that connects two active devices, transmitting current or signals.
The connector is a component that our electronic engineering technicians often contact. Its function is very simple: build a bridge of communication between the blocked or isolated circuits in the circuit, so that the current flows and the circuit achieves the predetermined function. A connector is an indispensable part of an electronic device. Observe the path of current flow and you will always find one or more connectors.
The form and structure of the connector are ever-changing. With different application objects, frequency, power, application environment, etc., there are various types of connectors. For example, the connector for lighting on the court and the connector for the hard drive, and the connector for lighting the rocket are very different.
But no matter what kind of connector, we must ensure that the current flows smoothly and reliably. In general terms, the connection of the connector is not limited to current. In today's rapid development of optoelectronic technology, in the optical fiber system, the carrier for transmitting signals is light, glass and plastic replace the wires in ordinary circuits, but the optical signal Connectors are also used in the pathway, and they have the same function as circuit connectors.