Electronic Precision Brass Terminal Connectors Stamping Parts Fabrication

Terminal Connectors

Electronic Precision Brass Terminal Connectors Stamping Parts Fabrication

Terminal connectors and relays play different roles in electrical systems, and there are obvious differences between them.

Terminal connectors, also known as wire buckle terminals or electrical connectors, are mainly used to connect wires, ensuring that the wires are fixed on the terminals and providing reliable electrical connections. Its characteristic is easy and fast installation, without the need for welding or screw fixation, and can be inserted and removed multiple times, making it convenient for maintenance and replacement of wires. In addition, some wire buckle terminals also have waterproof, dustproof, and corrosion-resistant characteristics, suitable for applications in harsh environments. In the electrical connections of household appliances such as washing machines, refrigerators, air conditioners, etc., wire buckle terminals have been widely used.

A relay is an electrical control device that controls a larger current by controlling a smaller current, achieving a predetermined step change in the controlled quantity in the electrical output circuit. Relay is commonly used in situations where high-power electrical equipment needs to be controlled, such as electric motors, lighting equipment, refrigeration air conditioning, etc. In control systems, relays play an important role in avoiding issues such as overcurrent and circuit short circuits.

In summary, terminal connectors are mainly used for wire connections and providing electrical connections, while relays are used to control the current in electrical equipment. They each play different roles in the electrical system and meet different application requirements.