The insertion and extraction force test points of the pin header connector

Pin headers are the most commonly used connectors in the electronics industry. In the process of manufacturing or using the pin headers, the contact terminals are affected by various factors during the process of plugging and unplugging, such as welding during processing. Pulling during the line, thermal deformation of the SMT process, etc. In addition, the insertion and removal or vibration of the pin header connector product will generate various force values ​​during use, thereby causing the contact terminal to deviate from the working position, resulting in failure of the product connection function.

Pin header female connector product testing points:
1. Test the object for the entire pin header connector product, especially for the plug contact point.
2. The test action axis is the direction in which the pin header female connector product is normally used, for example, the front and back directions of the terminal assembly.
3. Unless the special pin header connector product needs to be specified, the general speed is 25.4mm/minute.
4. In the destructive testing process, the specification requires a minimum setting of (4.9N Min.).

The terminal retention force is to ensure that the terminal is fixed in the plastic. The terminals that have been assembled in the plastic are processed during the manufacturing process, such as during the welding or product handling process, during the SMT process and during use, such as the male-female insertion process.

The pin header connector is subjected to an external force during processing, so the holding force of the terminal and the plastic must be sufficient, otherwise the terminal may be affected by external factors to cause a PIN to be returned, resulting in interruption of the connection or failure of the connection function.

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