Asked Oct 6, 2019

Airframe electrical

What are three connector coupling mechanisms that a connector could employ?


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Step 1

Threaded coupling, bayonet coupling, and clips couplings are three connector coupling mechanism that a connector could utilized.

Step 2

Threaded coupling:

The threaded coupling connects naturally just when the nut and coupler are appropriately gathered which prompts straightforward, speedy and solid visual assessment. The stripe is profoundly obvious until it is gathered and the positive locking ring fits properly. To collect the Positive coupling, the nut is strung onto the coupler. This is cultivated with either a standard string or a high-helix point string that permits establishment inside a fourth of a turn. The nut pushes against the lock ring, which is fastened to the coupler through a spring system. This spring pushes the lock ring into hub commitment with the nut making a positive obstruction fit. Since the lock ring is locked in with, and can't turn with respect to the coupler, the nut is bolted until dismantling.

Step 3

Bayonet coupling:

This coupling system comprises a contort and snap configuration including interlocking studs and spaces. The blade connection is most recognizable in its utilization on BNC connectors (...


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