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  • What are the related introductions of the 4mm banana plug?

    The appearance of 4mm banana plug is relatively small and exquisite, so it has the advantage of portability. Besides, the price is also easy to be accepted by the public. For consumers who are interested in buying banana plugs, today we will start a ...

  • What is an rca audio plug?

    The term RCA audio plug is very common and has become very popular, but not many people know why it is called an RCA audio plug, so let’s take a look today. The RCA in the RCA audio plug refers to the acronym of Radio Corporation of American, because...

  • How should we maintain the 3.5 mono plug?

    Regardless of the 3.5 mono plug, if it is not used for a long time, its surface will be oxidized, which will lead to poor contact. Therefore, it should be protected if it is not used for a long time. At present, many audio input and output devices wi...

  • What is the difference between patch cables and network cables?

    The difference between patch cables and network cables is: 1. Different definitions Patch cables are actually metal cables connecting the two demand points of the circuit board (PCB). Due to different product designs, the materials and thickness of t...

  • How to observe the 4mm banana plug logo or symbol?

    Observe the 4mm banana plug logo or symbol The name of this 4mm banana plug comes from its slightly bulged shape. It is very convenient to insert the hole on the front of the multi-purpose socket mentioned above, and a very large contact area can be ...

  • What are the characteristics and uses of the gold-plated banana plug?

    The banana plug is characterized by good contact and convenient use. It can be regarded as one of the more widely used connectors on the market. It is suitable for radio models, medical equipment, industrial equipment, teaching equipment, power testi...

  • Precautions for overheating of banana plugs?

    There are two common reasons for banana head overheating: 1. The thickness of the 5261 shrapnel material of the banana head is too thin and 4102 is not implemented in accordance with the national standard, resulting in the tolerable voltage 1653 is t...

  • What is the difference between a banana jack and a voltage terminal?

    Banana sockets are dedicated electrical components that are used to install on instrumentation or electrical equipment panels to input or output AC and DC voltage and current. There are two types, voltage type and current type, which are based on ele...