Imagine what would happen if there were no connectors? At this time, the circuits should be permanently connected together by continuous conductors. For example, if the electronic device is to be connected to the power supply, both ends of the connecting wires must be connected to the electronic device and the power supply. The method (such as welding) is fixed and fixed. In this way, both production and use bring a lot of inconvenience. Take the car battery as an example. Assuming that the battery cable is fixedly soldered to the battery, the car manufacturer adds workload to the battery installation, increasing production time and cost.
When the battery needs to be replaced, the car must be sent to the repair station, the old one is removed from the weld, and the new one is welded. This requires more labor. With the connector you can save a lot of trouble, buy a new battery from the store, disconnect the connector, remove the old battery, install a new battery, and reconnect the connector. This simple example illustrates the benefits of a connector. It makes design and production processes easier and more flexible, reducing production and maintenance costs.
The benefits of the connector:
1. Improve the production process
The connector simplifies the assembly process of electronic products. It also simplifies the mass production process;
2, easy to repair
If an electronic component fails, the failed component can be quickly replaced when the connector is installed;
3, easy to upgrade
As technology advances, components can be updated with connectors, replacing old ones with new, more sophisticated components;
4, improve design flexibility
The use of connectors gives engineers greater flexibility when designing and integrating new products, as well as when building components with components.