Interface Contacts are used to transmit power signals or data signals and are used to quickly and easily connect fixtures to the electronics of the test machine. Combining rigid contacts and spring contacts mounted on interface blocks facilitates connection and separation of fixtures.
The standard installation pitch for Spring-loaded Interface Contacts is 2.54 mm.
The current rating of the spring-loaded Interface Contacts is 3 A.
The typical resistance of a spring-loaded Interface Contact is 50 mΏ.
The materials used for the production of this type of Interface Contact are:
For this type of contact the receptacle can be of various types:
to weld the wire directly in the receptacle
for crimping the wire inside the receptacle
to wrap the wire around the square end of the receptacle
to insert the termination of the receptacle in a special place
The standard installation pitch for rigid contact interfaces is 2.54 mm.
Depending on the design and materials used, the current rating capacity of our contacts ranges from 10 to 20 A.
The materials used for the production of rigid contact interfaces are brass or bronze, which are gold-plated to ensure excellent electrical conductivity and good protection from oxidation.
The types of Rigid Contact Interfaces are many and usually customizable. Among the most common we have:
with Wire-Wrap termination 0.64 allow you to wrap the wire directly on the bead of the duct
to solder the wire to the end. These have a larger diameter than Wire-Wrap and as a result are often used to transmit power signals
They have a harpoon on the body that allows for the fixing in the holes dedicated to them
used to create interference in the holes of the contact block and allow for the attachment of the Interface Contact.
For the proper fit between the spring-loaded Interface Contact blocks and rigid Interface Contact blocks, the heads of each block are designed to meet;