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What is the relationship between automatic terminal machine and terminals?

2022-12-22 15:39:38 美工

With the advent of the 21st century, the industries of various countries have entered a period of rapid development, especially in Asia, with a strong momentum of development. The connector industry is now entering a mature period in the world.

The crimping of the full-automatic terminal machine is a continuous terminal, which is used to facilitate the connection of wires. In fact, it is a piece of metal enclosed in insulating plastic. There are holes at both ends to insert wires, and screws for fastening or loosening. For example, two wires, sometimes need to be connected and sometimes need to be disconnected, can be connected with terminals, and can be disconnected at any time, It is convenient and fast without welding or winding them together. It is also suitable for a large number of wire interconnections. In the power industry, there are special terminal blocks and terminal boxes, all of which are wiring terminals, single layer, double layer, current, voltage, common, and breakable. A certain crimping area is used to ensure reliable contact and sufficient current.

The continuous terminal uses the existing rail type continuous terminal connection technology and adds a circuit composed of electronic components to realize the transmission coupling of the photoelectric process.

The life of the terminal industry lies in the rapid development of the connector industry. The development of the terminal industry mainly depends on the economic development of a country or region, the attention of the government and its own necessary terminal potential resource library. The development of the terminal industry is different in different regions. Europe, North America and parts of East Asia developed earlier. They were mainly transited in the second industrial revolution, especially in the United States and Japan. The rapid development in the second industrial revolution and the third industrial revolution promoted the leap of the connector industry, and the requirements for terminal machine manufacturers also increased accordingly. For parts of East Asia, Africa and South America, the connector industry has developed relatively slowly, mainly because these regions have not completed the transformation of their own industries in the rush of industrial revolution.