BIZON high-current press-in

High performance press-in connection elements are required in order to satisfy increasingly stringent demands in automotive applications. Press-in connections are also have proven installation benefits and significantly higher reliability compared to screw and soldered connections when used in critical applications in the automotive sector. The proportion of high-performance electronics used in motor vehicles is increasing which means a whole range of new requirements to be met by press-in connections now exist. Low-priced standard PCBs can be manufactured despite the high currents being handled.

BINDER tecsys GmbH applies the BIZON concept when implementing these press-in zones which satisfies the most rigorous inspections and stringent demands to DIN EN 60352-5.

High current carrying capacity with minimum space requirement is one of the most important characteristics of the BIZON contact. The more or less square cross-section in the plated-through hole and the special form and manufacturing method of the contact provide many technical benefits and an attractive price-performance ratio. Patent protected.

Characteristics of BIZON

  • Maximised, almost square, cross-section in hole; four symmetrical radial contact forces
  • Low material deformation without compression; no strain hardening
  • Ample plastic reforming when pressed in; high residual strength due to long spring leg
  • Large tolerance range of hole; high press-in speed; moderate press-in forces; high retaining forces

Benefits

  • High current carrying capacity with extremely low space requirements; high mechanical stability; high thermal conductivity; low mechanical loading of PCB/li>
  • Fast development; non-critical tools; higher basic strength of material possible
  • Any material can be selected with suitable strength; low tolerance requirements; high elastic spring travel; relaxation compensation
  • Low PCB costs; easy workability; fast workability; high contact reliability