How Do I Select a Pogo Pin Connector?
The rise of smart devices has raised the demand for Pogo Pin connectors. Pogo Pin connectors are currently employed in smart digital items on the market. Today, we’ll discuss what factors to consider when selecting a Pogo Pin connector and incorporating it into a product.
Work selection for Pogo Pin connectors
The Pogo Pin connector must be selected depending on the product’s space requirements and the scope of work. For example, if the space is too tiny, the Pogo Pin connector’s spring will be over-compressed, reducing its service life. Excessive spacing might cause poor contact, imbalanced impedance, and brief image disruptions.
Electroplating Material Selection
The electroplating substance used in the Pogo Pin connector enhances electrical conductivity, oxidation resistance, and wear resistance. Diverse materials serve different purposes. Gold, for example, has a high electrical conductivity, and gold plating is typically chosen for products with high current and impedance requirements.
What effect does coating thickness have?
Due to contact during use, the Pogo Pin joint will cause friction and long-term wear. The thickness of the coating has a significant impact on the product’s service life. The coating will wear out when pushed to its limits, resulting in high resistance and imbalanced impedance. Because the coating of 100,000 pogo is thicker than that of 10,000 pogo, please select the coating requirements based on your demands.
The elasticity effect
The internal spring provides the contact force for the spring joint. The magnitude of the spring force has a direct impact on the spring’s resistance and stability. Excessive elastic force raises the friction coefficient and shortens the spring’s service life.