Connector is an important part of electronic equipment, and connector insertion and withdrawal force is one of the important factors affecting connector performance. The connector insertion and withdrawal force test can ensure the reliability and stability of the connector, and ensure that the connector will not fail in long-term use. Therefore, it is an essential link in the connector production and use process.


Test method

The connector insertion and withdrawal force test is an important test method, which is mainly used to evaluate the connection and pull force of connectors such as plugs, sockets, connectors and cables. This method is widely used in many industries such as electronics, electrical, automotive, mechanical and medical equipment.


Test equipment

The connector insertion and withdrawal force test usually requires special equipment. These devices are able to simulate the plug and unplug operation in actual use, and measure the force on the connector during this process.

Test equipment usually includes the following parts:

1. Test board: Tor fix connector samples and deliver insertion and withdrawal force.

2. Tong: used to support connector samples, usually with adjustable functions to adapt to different sizes of connectors.

3. Force sensor: used to measure the force received when the connector is inserted and removed, usually able to provide accurate digital data.

4. Control panel: used to set parameters such as insertion and removal speed and cycle times, and record test data.

5. Display screen: Displays test parameters, real-time insertion and withdrawal force data and test results.


Test procedure

The insertion and withdrawal force of the connector can be tested by the following steps:

1. Preparation: Select the appropriate test equipment, such as the connector insertion and withdrawal force tester, and ensure its accuracy and reliability.

2. Set parameters: According to the specifications and requirements of the connector, set the parameters of the tester, including the insertion speed, the number of cycles, etc.

3. Prepare the sample: Prepare the connector sample to be tested to ensure that its surface and structure are intact.

4. Test: Insert the connector sample into the test device, and test the insertion and withdrawal force according to the set parameters. Record the data during the test, including the pulling force and the number of insertions.

5. Analysis results: According to the test data and specifications, the insertion and withdrawal force of the connector is analyzed to ensure that it meets the design requirements and standards.

6. Record and report: Record the test results and generate a test report, including test date, sample information, test data and conclusion.