Different industrial equipment harnesses may have different problems during processing, which can seriously affect the quality of production equipment and cause cost losses. To reduce the occurrence of industrial equipment harness problems and avoid unnecessary losses, it is necessary to understand, analyze, and propose solutions to the problems in the processing of industrial equipment harnesses.
1. Industrial equipment harness processing connector failure
Accidents caused by non-standard terminal connectors for various types of equipment are common. The reason is that many installers do not pay attention to the quality of the installation when installing wiring harnesses. They do not install sleeves where insulating sleeves should be used, and do not install junction boxes where junction boxes should be used, resulting in heat and fever at the interface when powered on, and then gradually drying, carbonizing, and incinerating the surrounding environment
There are many connection points on the wire harness, such as wire and switch, wiring pile heads of wires and electrical appliances, and connection points of wire shielding devices. These joint parts are different from other parts of the wire. When the insulation layer at the joint is peeled off, if the wrapping is not good enough to cause the two wires to collide, it is likely to cause a short circuit, fever, or spark
2. Wire collision fault in industrial equipment harness processing
Electric wires generally have insulation protection. As long as the insulation is not damaged, even if the two wires collide, it will not cause problems
Loose processing connector of industrial equipment harness
"Some connectors have good quality during installation, but due to thermal expansion and contraction, or long-term vibration, they can become loose, such as electrical lines in the bridgehead of a bridge. When vehicles cross the bridge, violent vibrations often occur, causing the connector of the wire to slowly loosen, increasing contact resistance, and increasing fever."
Oxidation at the junction of industrial equipment harness processing conductors
In humid and corrosive air environments, it is easy to form an oxide layer on the conductor (copper oxide will appear on the copper conductor, while aluminum oxide is more easily formed on the aluminum conductor). Motors with such hydrides have poor performance
5. Dust pollution
Soil and dust seep into the connection points of conductors, interfering with the contact between conductors, causing overheating at the connection points