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wordbook:terms:kabelschoen



kabelschoen

kabelschoen = 1. cable socket, cable lug, cable sleeve, cable thimble 2. cable tag 3. (voor kabel met oog) cable eye stiffener 4. [RAIL.] terminal plug

kabelschoen haaktype = hook cable tag kabelschoen oogtype = eye cable tag kabelschoen vorktype = fork cable tag geklonken kabelschoen = swaged cable lug haaktype-kabelschoen = hook cable tag, hook cable lug oogtype-kabelschoen = eye cable tag

schoen = 1. shoe 2. [MIN.] (buisschoen) casing shoe 3. (kabelschoen) cable lug 4. [AUTOMOT.] (remschoen) brake shoe



vorktype-kabelschoen fork cable tag

Kabelschoen

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Een kabelschoen om een 150mm² kabel aan te sluiten met een M12-boutverbinding.

Een kabelschoen is een veelgebruikt onderdeel in de elektrotechniek. Het is een connector om een kabel te verbinden met een vlak aansluitstuk, gewoonlijk een kopergeleider. De kabelschoen wordt gewoonlijk aan de kabel gekrompen. Een kwalitatief goede kabelschoen is gemaakt uit zuiver koper en heeft een zachte metallisatie om het elektrisch contact te verbeteren. Om geen extra opwarming te veroorzaken is de contactoppervlakte van de kabel naar de kabelschoen en van de kabelschoen naar de vlakke koper geleider enkele malen groter dan de doorsnede van de geleider.

https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabelschoen

Crimp (electrical)

A wire and connector in a crimping tool.

An electrical crimp is a type of solderless electrical connection.

Crimp connectors are typically used to terminate stranded wire.[1] The benefits of crimping over soldering and wire wrapping include:

A well-engineered and well-executed crimp is designed to be gas-tight, which prevents oxygen and moisture from reaching the metals (which are often different metals) and causing corrosion

Because no alloy is used (as in solder) the joint is mechanically stronger[2]

Crimped connections can be used for cables of both small and large cross-sections, whereas only small cross-section wires can be used with wire wrap[2][3]

Crimping is normally performed by first inserting the terminal into the crimp tool. The terminal must be placed into the appropriately sized crimp barrel. The wire is then inserted into the terminal with the end of the wire flush with the exit of the terminal to maximize cross-sectional contact. Finally, the handles of the crimp tool are used to compress and reshape the terminal until it is cold-welded onto the wire.[3]

The resulting connection may appear loose at the edges of the terminal, but this is desirable so as to not have sharp edges that could cut the outer strands of the wire. If executed properly, the middle of the crimp will be swaged or cold-formed.

Close-up of two ring-tongue terminals before (left) and after (right) crimping.[4]

More specialized crimp connectors are also used, for example as signal connectors on coaxial cables in applications at high radio frequencies (VHF, UHF) (see below).

Crimped contacts are permanent (i.e. the connectors and wire ends cannot be reused).[5]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crimp_(electrical)

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