What Factors Influence the Life of Pogo Pin Connectors?
Pogo Pin connectors are commonly found in electronic devices such as cell phones and laptops. Because it is critical to play the connecting role, producers such as Pomagtor have conducted an extensive scientific study on manufacturing Pogo Pin connectors.
There are five different types of Pogo Pin connectors.
- Type of socket
A locating pin is located at the end of the needle tube in this type of connector. As a result, there will be no offset or other abnormalities while welding with the PCB board, and the placement effect is quite good.
Because of the curved form of the tail on curved Pogo Pin connectors, the operator has more space usage alternatives.
Products with flat bottoms offer high levels of stability. For example, the needle tube’s bottom is normally flat, making it easier to sell PCB boards and other boards.
- Type with two heads
Double-ended Pogo Pin connectors are often double-ended and double-acting, giving the operator additional space freedom during bidirectional board-to-board connections.
- Thread kind
Threaded Pogo Pin connections, in general, have some special requirements. Therefore this product may fulfill the various needs of customers to some extent. For example, many Pogo Pin connection manufacturers can be tailored to meet the needs of their customers.
What variables influence the longevity of Pogo Pin connectors?
- The Pogo Pin connector size and total separation force. The greater the number of contact pairs, the greater the volume and total separation force. In rare circumstances where the dependability is high, and the volume is allowed, you are connecting two pairs of contact pairs in parallel can improve the connection’s reliability.
- The pin (positive contact) and the pin (negative contact) of the Pogo Pin connector’s plug and socket are normally interchangeable. It can be selected based on the status of both ends of the plug and socket. If the socket must be charged often, use a socket with a jack since the live contacts are buried in the insulator, making it reasonably safe for the human body to touch the live contacts.