Frequently asked questions about switch & socket
1. Is it only iron that can be attracted by the magnet?
Answer: Wrong, there are three elements that can be attracted by the magnet: iron, nickel, cobalt.
Customers responded that our contact point of switch & socket can be attracted by the magnet, which is iron; in fact, now you understand that our contact point and springboard are AgNi10, so they can be attracted.
2. Is it better to use phosphor bronze or brass for the plug bush of socket?
Answer: Phosphorus copper is good, because the phosphorous copper we use is actually tin phosphor bronze; good elasticity is not easy to plastic deformation, and brass is easy to plastic deformation.
Plastic deformation: Unable to restore the original deformation.
Elastic deformation: can be restored to its original deformation.
3. Why does the switch & socket change color?
Answer: In practice, it is often seen that some products have discoloration or yellowing on the surface. Why? Because there are always some ultraviolet rays shining on the products in the air, some products may not have the function of anti-ultraviolet rays, and some have.
Such as ABS products, generally, it will turn yellow when it is old, because there is no raw material of anti-ultraviolet rays is added in ABS. And PC will not, because there is raw material of anti-ultraviolet rays is added in it. But one thing must be understood that “Is it true that the PC will not yellow, not necessarily”. If you put it in the sun, it will yellow, because there are strong ultraviolet rays in the sun, any manufacturer's switch & socket can't stand it.