Why do cold-pressed terminals have poor insulation?

2022-08-18 11:27

If we don't know much about cold-pressed terminals or wiring terminals, and in the process of use, the insulation performance of the terminals is getting worse and worse, then how should we effectively solve such problems? The professionals of Xinlin Electric Appliances will focus on explaining the factors that cause the insulation performance of the lower terminals to deteriorate! Cold-pressed terminals or wiring terminals, if there is any poor contact, it is basically caused by the large pressure on the external cable, because the touch parts are relatively good in structure, and the function is also stable. , however, when the structure is unreasonable and the mold is unstable. Then it is inevitable that the insulation performance of the cold-pressed terminal will deteriorate, and the insulation performance of the terminal will also deteriorate due to the same factors, which will directly lead to or affect the normal use, and cause serious damage to the device. There is a fault such as poor contact. The cold-pressed terminal with poor insulation performance cannot be used directly. It must be put into use again after inspection and maintenance, because the contact part and the shell are all insulated. If the structure of the two is unreasonable , then there will definitely be defects in the process of use. Because there are many metal objects on the surface or inside of the insulating parts, if harmful gases are diluted or directly adsorbed on the surface, the use of cold-pressed terminals or wiring terminals will become very dangerous, and more serious It is to cause damage to components and poor contact. If the solid in the cold-pressed terminal has poor insulation, then it will definitely not have any insulation effect, and the previous protection of the solid insulation has basically lost its effect, and there are also related to positioning and locking. Use, if there are still deficiencies, it will definitely affect the normal use of the terminal.