TOX® eClinching is based on the conventional clinch procedure. With this, durable, electrical connections are created by means of numerous metallic microcontacts. These meet the high demands of electrically conductive components – not only in the automotive sector.
ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS
Establish an electrical connection for power transmitting applications.
TOX® eClinching is an efficient technology to join electrically conductive components safely and permanently, and equally mechanically and electrically.
A combination of form fit, frictional contact and material bonding, to avoid relaxation in the contact area.
The procedure is ideally suited to the production and connection of electronic components. Possible uses range from applications of automotive manufacturers, such as the contacting of battery cells via power rails and safety elements up to non-automotive applications, such as light bands.
Compared to conventional solder, welded and screwed connections, TOX® eClinching offers significant advantages, such as:
Pretreatment of the surfaces is not necessary
Process-supporting heat input is not required
Functions of the TOX® eClinching Technology
Back-up fuse box
Control boy for li-ion battery
Broschures and Data sheets
Brochure: TOX® eClinching Technology
Power point with low resistance
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