The new DVD-62C demonstrates best-practices for assembling common connector types, while teaching how to avoid conventional assembly issues — to make sure your connectors are defect-free and reliable.
This is the perfect video to introduce employees to the arcane world of electronic connectors. Your students will learn about dielectrics, cavities, plugs, receptacles, contact pins, contact sockets, insertion sequences, insertion tools, solder cups, keying and strain relief. They will also learn the proper methods of mating connectors — bayonet, threaded and push / pull, and how to verify populated connectors, including contact retention, basic continuity testing and automated testing.
Section 1 provides an overview of connector types, terminology and wire preparation — including crimped and soldered connections.
Section 2 details circular connector assembly.
Section 3 focuses on rectangular connectors: D Subminiature and Insulation Displacement.
Includes optional English subtitles for hearing-impaired and ESL students, also Leader’s Guide, Review Questions and IPC Training Certification certificates for students who pass the final examination. Exams are available in both paper and automated online formats for unlimited usage at one company facility with no expirations or renewals.
Time: 38 minutes