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A Study on Safe Permanent Joint Type Multiple Socket-Outlets Development without Soldering Crimped Connection
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Safe Permanent Joint Type Multiple Socket-Outlets Development without Soldering Crimped Connection
Cho, Won-Seok; Lee, Wi-Ro;
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 Abstract
Normally, multiple socket-outlet is manufactured with soldered, welded permanent connection (termination). Because this procedure is very non-environmental and requires many labor forces, many companies skip this process. To solve this these problems, this research had to design permanent joint type multiple socket-outlet, develop safer multiple socket-outlet than is sold in markets. Progressing this research, we took 3 steps. First, we had to design device for fixing a frame suitable for multiple socket-outlet. Second, this multiple socket-outlet must pass fundamental standards through international standard (IEC 60884-1) and Korean standard (K 60884-1) tests. Third, it had to pass both several mechanical and electrical tests which is more strict than fundamental standards and vibration and impact tests following KS standards for enhancing its safety. After finishing 3 steps, we could obtain objective and fair data, develop environmental permanent joint type multiple socket-outlet without soldering crimped connection.
 Keywords
Safety;Crimp;Connection;Multiple Socket-Outlet;Test;
 Language
Korean
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Cho, W.S., "A study on permanent joint type multiple socket-outlet without soldering crimped connection pp.19-25" Major in IT Convergence, Graduate school master course, Ajou University, 2014.