What are the causes of electrical connector damage?
(1) The electric connection line or line clamp current is not enough to be burned off or broken.
(2) The electrical connection line is scattered seriously, and is burned off or burned off.
(3) The electrical connection line is seriously corroded, resulting in insufficient cross section flow surface to be burned off or broken line.
(4) Poor contact between the electrical connection line and the wire clip or poor contact between the power supply line clip and the contact line, resulting in burning loss.
(5) The current carrying surface between the wire clip and the clue is not enough, resulting in burning loss.
(6) The loose nut of a wire clamp is not found and handled in time, resulting in the fall off of the electronic connector.
(7) After the installation of the electronic connector, there is no temperature change offset or the offset reservation is too small.
(8) After the installation of the electronic connector, the temperature change offset value is reserved, and the vertical electrical connection line between the load-bearing cable and the contact line loosens up to the contact line, which is damaged or cut off by the pantograph in operation. Vertical part of the bottom ring and contact line spacing is too small, pantograph damage or damage.
(9) The power supply clamp installed on the contact line is skewed and knocked off by the pantograph, thus causing the accident of cutting the bow.
(10) The pantograph continues to run to the installation place of the electronic connector, and the electronic connector is damaged.