High Speed I/O Class Connection Application
A power outlet is a socket that has one or more circuit connections that can be plugged in, through which various wiring can be inserted to facilitate connection with other circuits. The power outlet is an electrical device that provides a power interface for home and industrial appliances, and is also an electrical accessory that is used more often in residential electrical and industrial electrical designs.
The product is widely used, mainly used in household appliances, lighting lamps, industrial machinery automation control, electronics, instruments, communications, audio and video, medical equipment and other fields.
Terminal Block Terminal Block Introduction and Application
Terminal block, the terminal block, is a component used as an electrical connection device. As a passive device, the current and voltage are introduced into the PCB board or related electrical/electrical equipment and consist of a terminal body, a molded case, a screw or a shrapnel structure.
Terminals as an accessory product for electrical connection are classified into connectors in the industry. With the increasing degree of industrial automation and increasingly stringent and precise industrial control requirements, the amount of terminal connections has gradually increased. With the development of the electronics industry, there are more and more terminals used, and more and more types. At present, the most widely used PCB terminals, in addition to hardware terminals, nut terminals, spring terminals and so on. Other common categories can be divided into WUK terminal blocks, European terminal blocks series, plug-in terminal blocks series, transformer terminal blocks, building wiring terminals, fence-type terminal blocks series, spring-type terminal blocks series, rail-type terminal blocks series, Through-wall terminal series, photoelectric coupling terminal series.
Terminals are widely used in industrial automation, instrumentation, elevators, power and electrical, rail transportation, new energy, lighting, communications, power, security, shipping and other industries.