spring contact

spring contact

[′spriŋ ¦kän‚takt]
(electricity)
A relay or switch contact mounted on a flat spring, usually of phosphor bronze.
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The latter version can also be specified as an earth continuity "grounding" variant incorporating internal spring contact and serrated mounting washes.
The spring contact in the receptacle is designed with a hook that provides a secure locking system.
It was mentioned that Kia stated that the clock spring contact assembly for the driver's side air bag supplemental restraint system may become damaged over time, potentially causing the driver's air bag not to deploy.
Its durability, long cycle life, unique spring contact probes and ability for customization are valuable qualities necessary for the test environment.
Further, the switch employs a spring contact system which allows for mounting on equipment housing through pressing on the PWB, thus enhancing mounting stregnth as well as raising reliability.
The interactive system simplifies the process of analyzing the complex dynamic interaction of engine components due to high accelerations, oil-bearing dynamics, cam and spring contact, and combustion forces, LMS said.
The development of an active stainless steel spring contact eliminates the need for push button activation to insert and remove wires which offers a significant cost savings.
The interposer insert is loaded with spring contact probes with inductance of 0.3 nH and bandwidths >10 GHz.
Most designers use spring contact material of 17,200 ksi tempered Beryllium Copper per ASTM B194, followed by nickel that is hard gold plated to ASTM B488 standards.