Mechanical Components

Electrical Contacts Rivet for Several Electrical Appliances

The electrical contacts rivet can be widely applied in everywhere need the electronic or electrical flow transforming. To serve a wide range of industries, each with distinct requirements and capabilities for all cold formed parts and cold headed fasteners. There are different kinds of materials used to be made for electrical contacts rivet. Among of all the common materials is pure silver.

 

Pure silver has a high level of electrical and thermal conductivity, good plasticity and arc corrosion resistance, as well as a very low contact resistance. It is easily soldered and is the ideal contactor material for continuous, enclosed electric connectors. It is one of the most widely used materials in small capacity and low voltage electrical appliances, such as automatic control switches, thermostats, baking machines, oven, timers, thermal relays, and computers. 


Introduction of Rivet Contacts

The rivet contacts are the most practical machine composite part which is available in various materials such as silver or certain silver alloys. The contacts are made from cold bonded in a heading machine to a copper shank rivet backing. Special heading equipment and expertise is used to mechanically bond these two different metals together, both saving money and reducing lead-times. Many industrial applications refer to these as machine composites.

 

Rivet contacts are widely used for different kinds of fields universally from low current fields such as communications equipment to electric power equipment with high cutoff currents. With the developed header machine, dimensional accuracy has been improved to meet a variety of demands.


Introduction of Rivet Contacts

The rivet contacts are the most practical machine composite part which is available in various materials such as silver or certain silver alloys. The contacts are made from cold bonded in a heading machine to a copper shank rivet backing. Special heading equipment and expertise is used to mechanically bond these two different metals together, both saving money and reducing lead-times. Many industrial applications refer to these as machine composites.

Rivet contacts are widely used for different kinds of fields universally from low current fields such as communications equipment to electric power equipment with high cutoff currents. With the developed header machine, dimensional accuracy has been improved to meet a variety of demands.


Electrical Contacts Rivet for Several Electrical Appliances

The electrical contacts rivet can be widely applied in everywhere need the electronic or electrical flow transforming. To serve a wide range of industries, each with distinct requirements and capabilities for all cold formed parts and cold headed fasteners. There are different kinds of materials used to be made for electrical contacts rivet. Among of all the common materials is pure silver.

 

Pure silver has a high level of electrical and thermal conductivity, good plasticity and arc corrosion resistance, as well as a very low contact resistance. It is easily soldered and is the ideal contactor material for continuous, enclosed electric connectors. It is one of the most widely used materials in small capacity and low voltage electrical appliances, such as automatic control switches, thermostats, baking machines, oven, timers, thermal relays, and computers. 


Differential Shafts for Various Applications

E-Ton differential shafts use specialized steel produced to rigorous standards demanded by our OEM truck and SUV manufactures. The heat treat and forging operations used to produce our differential shafts are designed to produce shafts that will withstand the high use demands on all applications. E-Ton processes to roll the splines ensure optimal strength and durability of each E-Ton Shaft.

What sets genuine differential shafts assemblies apart from the knockoffs? Application-specific design and engineering, quality materials, precision manufacturing processes, and statistically controlled testing processes are what differentiate E-Ton products from competitors. Hence, we are absolutely the trustful and reliable company that you can rely on.


Discrete Wire Connector Introduction

The discrete wire connector is ideally designed for a stackable pitch up to 12 positions, with common housings available to secure and protect terminated components. Don Connex offers a flexible solution with one part number accommodating multiple wire gauges. And our discrete wire connector is especially designed with redundant electrical connection points plus strain relief for ensuring stable operation while under the extreme temperature, vibration, shock and stress.

 

With rich experiences in the electrical connector field, Don Connex built reputation from its broad selection of product line. All of our connectors and cable assemblies are made in our state-of-the-art, ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturing facility. We build to your customized specifications and every product we make is best quality tested.


Different Types of Screwdriver Bits

Are your screwdriver bits milled or forged?  Most of the bits are forged for many reasons such as life, performance, prompt delivery and better production. Why is this important? The medium bits are recommended for driving standard (soft) screws and for impact use.  Extra hard bits are suitable for driving heat-treated or case hardened screws, such as sheet metal or self-tapping and self-drilling screws.  

 

The screwdriver bits are in the medium hard range and also provide additional flex as needed in some applications such as Torq-Set or Tri-Wing Bits. How do I determine if my bit failed due to being too hard or soft? In general soft bits will round while hard bits will shatter. Sometimes trial and error provides the best information.


Brief Introduction of Shielding Finger

The shielding finger stock is made up of a large number of fingers exercising a multitude of points of contact. It is available in various shapes and surface treatments. The mechanical and electrical properties of the beryllium-copper make it an ideal material for applications requiring many operations such as opening doors or access hatches. They are both applied for commercial and military markets and more.

 

The shielding fingers have high resistance to stress relaxation, and good corrosion resistance. They can be plated with many choice of metal finished to ensure their compatibility with any mating surface. They will not burn when affected by radiation. Furthermore, the designers of computers and electronics consumers regard it as an ideal product for EMI shielding over a broad frequency range.

 


To Solve RFI/EMI Problems with Fingerstrip Gaskets

Fingerstrip EMI/RFI gaskets are manufactured beryllium copper (becu) base material, which are the industry standard through the world, and plated by nickel, tin, gold for emi shielding. Starting with the emergence of RFI/EMI problems in the early days of military electronics, the EMI/RFI shielding gaskets have been the choice solution.


The Beryllium Copper fingerstrip range is suitable for enclosures of all sizes and provides excellent EMI/RFI shielding effectiveness due to its inherently higher electric conductivity and strong elastic property as gasket. By sealing gaps through which electromagnetic interference can be transmitted, both ingress and emissions can be controlled. Various plating finishes are available to combat galvanic corrosion where necessary.


Why Should We Have EMI Shielding in the Life?

Any circuit or device that carries an electrical current is a potential source of EMI. The objective in electronic system design is to achieve electromagnetic compatibility between the subsystems in an electronic assembly and between that assembly and other electronic devices that it will encounter in its operating environment.

Any barrier placed between an emitter and a susceptor that diminishes or attenuates the strength of the potential interference qualifies as an EMI shielding.

The EMI shield effectiveness of an enclosure is a function of material and design, as well as the service conditions. Thus, radiation incident upon an EMI shielding barrier is absorbed, reflected or transmitted. For metal shields and high impedance fields, most of the energy is reflected; if the magnetic field is dominant, absorption is the principal mode of attenuation.