Product Quantity: SO-H16A-ST-1L
Type: Aluminum Housing
Application: Automotive, Sign/Equipment Equipment/Aviation/High-velocity Rail/Automation
Gender: male female
Name: heavy obligation connector
Certificate: CE ROHS UL DMT
Mechanical Stability: Large
Locking component:: screw locking
Substance: AL-ALLOY DIE -Forged
Packaging Specifics: weighty obligation connector packing : EXPORT CARTON
Cable entry safety: 1. Universal cable glands 2. Unique cable clamp with strain reduction,bell mouthed cable fitting and anti-twist gadgets 3. Cable gland with normal or a number of seal 4. Extensive assortment of accessoriesHoods: 1. reduced or large development 2. Best or facet cable entry .1 or 2 locking leversMale insert with: 1. screw terminal or crimp terminal(purchase contacts independently) or cage-clamp terminalFemale insert with: 1. screw terminal or crimp terminal(get contacts individually) or cage-clamp terminalHousing: 1. Housing(bulkhead mounting) with or without thermoplastic or metallic covers,1 or 2 locking levers 2. Housing(surface area mounting) low or large building with or without thermoplastic or steel covers,1 or 2 locking levers, Personalized Crossed Cylindrical Roller Slewing Bearings Without having a Gear 1 or 2 cable entries 3. Hood(cable to cable) low or substantial building for cable to cable connections Add-ons: 1. Protecting addresses obtainable 2. Code and CZPT pins for coding 3. Unique insert correcting screws for use without having hoods and housings 4. Label according to CSA-acceptance Details Pictures CharacteristicsSmall sizeAvailable in crimp and screw terminationScrew termination also accessible with wire security
|Number of contacts||16+PE|
|Electrical info acc. to EN 61 984|
|—Rated voltage conductor||250V|
|—Rated impulse voltage||4kV|
|—Pollution degree 2 also||16A 250V 4kV two|
|Rated voltage acc. to UL/CSA||600V|
|Flammability acc. to UL ninety four||V0|
|Mechanical operating daily life(mating cycles)||≥500|
|—Lever sort||metal elastic pressing|
|Flammability acc.to UL ninety four||V0|
|Degree of safety acc.to EN 60529 for coupled connector||IP65|
|Metal cable gland||Plastic cable gland||Hose cable gland|
|Degree of security||IP68||IP68||IP54|
Checking That Your Power Lock Actuator Is Still Working
Having a power lock in your car is very convenient, as you can easily lock or unlock the doors of your car. It also helps you to get your hands on the keys quickly, especially if you are a driver. However, it is important to check that the door lock actuator is still working properly. There are a number of signs that indicate that it is not working properly.
Body controllers dictate the locking and unlocking of the door lock mechanism
Using the best available power source, a pair of electronic circuitry is hardwired to actuate the door lock mechanism to unlock or lock the door. The aforementioned circuitry is wired to an actuator which in turn is connected by a rod to the top of the door. The power is transferred to the aforementioned actuator through a lock/unlock switch. The same apparatus controls the door occupants during vehicular entry.
There are numerous reasons to be concerned with the door lock mechanism of your automobile. For example, in the interest of a clean and safe operation, the locking mechanism is not always in use. Furthermore, the mechanism is susceptible to the vagaries of human error, especially when the driver in question has been at the wheel for some time. A system designed to prevent such mishaps is a worthwhile investment. This is especially true if the vehicle is equipped with the latest in technological advances. The key to ensuring the best possible outcome is to implement a system that is robust and scalable to a range of configurations.
An ideal system will include a power source, a small circuitry device, a small and nimble actuator and a robust power switch. The key to success is to have an intelligent power management strategy. This can be achieved through the use of sophisticated circuitry, which is a logical extension of the car’s powertrain. A small number of circuits is devoted to the task of locking and unlocking the doors and trunk of the car, while other circuits are dedicated to the task of controlling the contents of the rear compartment. This is the only way to ensure that your prized possessions will be safely contained. The most prudent course of action is to implement a system that is robust, yet user-friendly. Using a door lock assembly of this calibre is the best way to ensure that you get your money’s worth out of your investment. Having an automated system in place will also allow you to avoid the mishaps of the past.
Check for broken wires in the door lock actuator
Using a test light, you can check for broken wires in the door lock actuator. If the device is not working, the electrical connector may be faulty. If the connector is faulty, you may need to replace it.
There are several ways to test for a broken wire in the door lock actuator. You can use a test light, a power probe, or an automotive meter to check for voltage at the electrical connector. You can also use jumper wires to apply 12 volts to the actuator.
One of the most common reasons for a bad door lock system is a faulty wiring harness. This can affect the door controls and trigger an anti-theft alarm. For older vehicles, a relay may be used to power the actuator. If this is your problem, you can have a mechanic replace the wiring system.
If the door lock actuator is working properly, there is usually a visible fuse or relay. If you don’t see these, you may need to replace the control module. A faulty control module will cause your door to lock or unlock randomly.
A door lock actuator is a motor-based device that is located inside the door panel. It is used to unlock and lock your vehicle. It is built into the door latch assembly and is attached by screws or plastic clips. It can malfunction after a long period of use. It can also be visually damaged. It can also be the result of water seeping into the door.
If the door lock actuator is working properly, you should be able to unlock and lock your door with the handle. If it is not working, you may need to replace the actuator or the door handle. If you’re not comfortable repairing or replacing the door lock actuator yourself, you can have a mechanic do the job for you.
For a more comprehensive diagnosis, you can call an automotive specialist. An automotive technician can also replace the wiring system.
If you suspect a broken wire in the door lock actuator, you can test for voltage at the electrical connector. You can also test for a battery-powered voltage toggle.
Symptoms of a bad door lock actuator
Symptoms of a bad door lock actuator are easy to identify, and they can be easily fixed. Whether you are dealing with a door lock that randomly locks, a door lock that will not unlock, or an anti-theft alarm that is triggered, you can easily get rid of this problem.
First, you will need to diagnose the problem. The first thing to do is to look at the door system assembly. A malfunctioning lock system can cause weird noises when you try to open or close the doors. In addition, there may be other issues with the locking system.
Another common symptom is a clicking sound from the door. This indicates that the actuator is receiving power, but there is a grounding issue. This may be caused by debris or moisture leaking inside the door.
Next, check for a broken line. If you have an automotive meter, you can probe the door lock actuator to determine the problem. If you do not have an automotive meter, you can test the power by applying 12 volts to the actuator.
If you suspect that the door lock actuator is defective, you should consider replacing it. This may be the only solution to your problem. Depending on the type of car you drive, you may be able to replace the actuator yourself. However, if the car is older, it may be best to have a professional technician check it.
If you have a manual door lock, you may notice that the door will lock and unlock slightly. Alternatively, you may hear a loud noise coming from inside the door. This is a sign that the mechanical links inside the door lock actuator are damaged. Alternatively, you may believe that the linkage is faulty, but this is not the case.
If you are unsure of how to repair the door lock actuator, you may want to contact a car repair service or your car’s manufacturer. They should be able to provide specific instructions for your car.
If the actuator is causing the door to lock or unlock randomly, you should replace it immediately. It can cause a lot of problems.
Check for a blown fuse
Identifying a blown fuse is a quick and easy fix. If you aren’t sure what to look for, consult your owner’s manual. These manuals will contain a diagram showing where the fuse box is located and which circuits are assigned to each fuse.
Some cars also have additional fuses located under the hood. For cars with complex engineering systems, it is recommended to get a certified mechanic to inspect the fuse.
The fuse is a small piece of wire mounted inside a small ceramic tube. When a current rises above a certain level, the fuse will melt. A blown fuse is often caused by a short circuit. It can also be caused by faulty wiring or defective switches.
A blown fuse can affect your car’s door lock and power windows. It can also interfere with powertrain electronics and chassis electronics. Depending on your vehicle, the fuse can be located in the glove box, under the steering column, or under the hood.
A blown fuse can also cause problems with your car’s electric side mirrors and windshield wipers. If you notice a gap between the wire and the fuse, this is a sign that your fuse has blown.
Using a multimeter to check for a blown fuse is a simple and effective method of identifying a problem. To use a multimeter, connect the lead on one end of the fuse to the positive terminal on the multimeter and the other end of the fuse to the negative terminal.
The multimeter will then show the voltage and resistance of the fuse. If the fuse has a reading between 0 and 5 Ohms, it is a good fuse. If the fuse has a reading that is higher than 5 Ohms, it is a bad fuse.
Before testing the fuse, make sure you turn off the power source. If the fuse is blown, a current will flow through the fuse and cause damage to the wiring.
When you have identified a blown fuse, it is important to replace it with the same amperage fuse. If you do not know where to buy replacement fuses, it may be easier to get a fuse from a local auto parts store.
editor by czh 2023-02-25