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Line to board connector is a kind of electronic product which is often used in industry and life. There are many kinds of connectors. Some connectors need to use plugs to cooperate with each other. What are the connection forms of connector plug?

1、 Thread connection mode of connector plug

This is a kind of connection form which is often used in some large size contacts and connector plugs working in strong vibration environment. After the connection is completed, the fuse or nut can be installed to prevent loosening. The connection is reliable, but the connection speed is slow.

2、 Plug and plug connection mode of connector

This is a versatile form of connection. When the plug and socket of the electrical connector are connected and separated, the moving direction is usually reciprocating linear motion, without torsion and rotation, only a small working space is needed to complete the connection and unloading. The common plug-in connection has two kinds of structures: ball or pin. Because there is no mechanical labor-saving mechanism, the mechanical resistance will increase obviously and it can be detected in time.

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3、 Connection mode of connector plug cabinet

This is an electrical connector used on some equipment close to the frame which needs blind connection. It can make the electrical equipment lighter, smaller, easier to maintain and more reliable. This kind of connection makes the operator unable to feel the connection. Therefore, an accurate positioning device must be designed to avoid forcibly connecting the connector plugs which are wrongly inserted together, making it impossible to insert them by mistake. The connector plug usually adopts floating or elastic contact design structure to ensure its correct connection.

4、 Connection mode of connector plug bayonet

This is a reliable and rapid form of connection and separation. Most electrical connectors with card 121 connections have a visual display of correct connection and locking, which can be observed from the small holes on the side of the connecting nut of the electrical connector.