What Should You Know About Pomagtor Pogo Pins?

What Should You Know About Pomagtor Pogo Pins?

November 19, 2022 0 By Scarlett Watson

Pogo Pin is a very common electronic connector. A basic Pogo Pin consists of 3 main parts: Plunger, Barrel, and Spring. The needle is curled at the mouth of the needle to keep the needle in the needle, and the spring provides contact force to establish an electrical connection between the needle and the docking parts.

Why is it important to know how to use Pogo Pins?

When using the Pogo Pin, the Pogo Pin and the thimble hole rub against each other, the thimble will burn out or wear out, the thimble hole will wear more, the product thimble will peel off, and even broken pins will appear. The phenomenon affects the quality or assembly of the product. Therefore, we must regularly and regularly spray the Pogo Pin on the Pogo Pin for lubrication.

So what is the principle of using Pogo Pins?

(1) The thimble should be arranged so that the ejection force is as balanced as possible. The demolding force required for complex structures is large, and the number of sleeves should be increased accordingly.

(2) Thimbles should be placed ineffective parts, such as bones, columns, steps, metal inserts, thick local glue, and other parts with complex structures. The apical pins on either side of the bone and column positions should be arranged as symmetrically as possible. The distance between the thimble and the bone position and the position of the post position is usually D = 1.5MM. Make sure that the centerlines of the ejector pins on both sides of the post location pass through the center of the post location.

(3) Avoid thimbles on steps or inclined surfaces. The top surface of the thimble should be as flat as possible, and the thimble should be placed on the structural part with reasonable force.

(4) When the rubber part has a deep bone position (depth ≥ 20MM), or it is difficult to arrange a dome thimble, a flat thimble should be used. When a flat thimble is required, the flat thimble should be in the form of an insert for ease of processing.

(5) Avoid sharp-pointed steel, thin steel, especially the top surface of the thimble, and must not touch the front die surface.

(6) The thimble arrangement should consider the edge distance between the thimble and the water delivery channel to avoid affecting the processing and water leakage.