Basic things of connector execution testing

The investigation of connectors by and large includes the accompanying things: inclusion power test, toughness test, protection opposition test, vibration test, mechanical stun test, hot and cold stun test, salt splash test, and so on.

(1) Plug-in power test

Reference standard: EIA-364-13

Reason: To confirm whether the inclusion power of the connector meets item particulars.

Guideline: The connector is completely embedded or pulled out at the predefined rate, and the relating power esteem is recorded.

(2) Durability test

Reference standard: EIA-364-09

Objective: To assess the effect of continued stopping and unplugging on the connector and mimic the stopping and unplugging status of the connector in genuine use.

Guideline: The connector is persistently stopped and unplugged at a predetermined rate until the predefined number of times is reached.

(3) Insulation obstruction test

Reference standard: EIA-364-21

Reason: To confirm whether the protection execution of the connector meets the prerequisites of the circuit structure or when it is exposed to ecological pressure, for example, high temperature and dampness, and whether its opposition esteem meets the necessities of the significant specialized conditions.

Guideline: The voltage is applied to the protected piece of the connector, with the goal that the opposition esteem is brought about by the spillage current created on a superficial level or within the protected part.

(4) Withstand voltage test

Reference standard: EIA-364-20

Reason: To check whether the connector can work securely at the evaluated voltage and whether it can withstand the capability of overpotential, in order to survey whether the protection material or protection hole of the connector is proper.

Standard: Apply a predefined voltage between the contact bit of the connector and the contact piece, and between the contact piece and the shell for a predetermined time, and see whether the example has a breakdown or release wonder.

(5) Contact obstruction test

Reference standard: EIA-364-06/EIA-364-23

Reason: To check the obstruction esteem created when current moves through the contact surface of the contact.

Standard: By passing a recommended current to the connector, estimating the voltage drop over the connector to get the obstruction esteem.

(6) Vibration test

Reference standard: EIA-364-28

Reason: To confirm the effect of vibration on the exhibition of electrical connectors and their segments.

Vibration type: arbitrary vibration, sinusoidal vibration.

(7) Mechanical stun test

Reference standard: EIA-364-27

Reason: To confirm the effect obstruction of the connector and its parts or to evaluate whether the structure is solid.

Test waveform: half sine wave, square wave.

(8) Thermal stun test

Reference standard: EIA-364-32

Objective: To assess the effect of connectors on their utilitarian quality under quick huge temperature changes.

(9) Temperature and mugginess consolidated cycle test

Reference standard: EIA-364-31

Objective: To assess the effect of the connector on the exhibition of the connector after capacity in a high temperature and high moistness condition.

(10) High temperature test

Reference standard: EIA-364-17

Reason: To assess whether the presentation of the terminal and separator has changed after the connector has been presented to a high temperature condition for a predefined timeframe.

(11) Salt splash test

Reference standard: EIA-364-26

Reason: To assess the opposition of connectors, terminals, and coatings to erosion by salt splash.

(12) Mixed gas consumption test

Reference standard: EIA-364-65

Reason: To assess the erosion opposition of connectors presented to various centralizations of blended gases and the effect on their presentation.