cable lug connector terminal
The function of the cable lugs is to connect the cable to the electrical appliance, other cables, surface, or mechanical equipment. You can buy various industry-standard cable lugs at 63kva . 63kva has a wide range of cable lugs for terminating or connecting cables, like DTL bimetallic aluminum terminal lugs, DL cable terminal lugs, DT copper terminal lugs, etc.
1.lug bimetal connector terminal
Bimetallic Lugs are constructed using a copper palm and aluminum barrel and are used to terminate aluminum conductors onto copper bus bars. Using these lugs in control panels, switchgear, and combiner boxes in Solar Plants prevents corrosion and ensure longevity.
What happens when you connect copper and aluminum?
One reason aluminum and copper connections fail is because the properties of the two metals are different. For example, the thermal expansion of aluminum is about 25% more than copper. As temperature increases, the aluminum expands more than the copper, which forces some distortion of the conductors
2.copper cable lug terminal
What are different types of cable lugs?
Ring terminals connect two or more wires to a single connection point, such as a circuit protection device. Ring terminals are often used in the automotive industry and are ideal for connecting mechanical relays or contactors to engines or other automotive circuits.
Fork Terminals are a type of connector used to attach a wire or wires to a stud, bus bar, or another part of an electrical system. A fork terminal is commonly used to help prevent frayed wires and offer a high level of protection
A female connector is a connector attached to a wire, cable, or piece of hardware, having one or more recessed holes with electrical terminals inside, and constructed in such a way that a plug with exposed conductors ( male connector ) can be inserted snugly into it to ensure a reliable physical and electrical
Pin terminals are small devices that can offer quick and easy connections in applications where set screws are used to make electrical contact with the conductor wire.