KONNRA IDC piercing connectors are suitable for dense electronic equipment.
Provides up to 0.5A per contact in its American Wire Gauge (AWG) #32 and 0.2A in its AWG #36.
This means it can be used flexibly as chassis wiring with a maximum ampere rating of 0.5 amps or as electrical transmission wiring with a maximum ampere rating of 0.09 amps. The pierce-type connector can omit the soldering process, and the wire can be directly inserted into the rivet after peeling off the outer covering. Compared with the welding type, the puncture type is more competitive. IDC connector automotive connector is a component that electronic engineering technicians often come into contact with. Its function is very simple: to build a bridge of communication between blocked or isolated circuits in the circuit, thereby allowing current to flow and the circuit to achieve its intended function. The form and structure of automobile connectors are ever-changing, and they are mainly composed of four basic structural components, namely: contacts, shells (depending on the variety), insulators, and accessories.
Advantages of ultra-miniature, crimp-through pierce connectors:
① The crimped and punctured wire harness is produced and processed using fully automatic equipment, which ensures stable quality even in mass production.
②Achieve wire-to-board W-B connection in a very small space.
③Konnra’s professional puncture crimping technology can ensure stable quality even when using extremely thin wires. (Minimum crimpable wire AWG#36)
④The shortest wire harness length that can be crimped is 30mm, and the longest wire harness length is 300mm.