1. Improper installation mode. Conventional conductive slip rings have two installation methods, one is through shaft installation, the other is flange installation. Through shaft means that the rotating shaft of the equipment passes through the interior of the conductive slip ring. Flange installation generally means that the conductive slip ring is installed on the end face of the rotating shaft with a flange. The most direct consequence of improper installation mode is that it cannot be used after purchase.
2. Improper size selection. Improper size selection usually occurs in the shaft threading installation mode. Because the inner diameter of the conductive slip ring is improperly selected, the direct consequence is that the installation cannot be used.
3. Improper line selection. The lines here refer to the number of lines extending from the conductive slip ring. Generally, the number of wires of the conductive slip ring is consistent with the number of wires required by the equipment. Improper selection of the number of wires will result in failure to use
4. The current is not properly selected. This current value refers to the current that each conductor in the conductive slip ring needs to bear. The current value directly affects the specification of the conductive slip ring conductor. If it is selected incorrectly, the slip ring current will be overloaded and the slip ring will be burned.
5. Improper selection of special requirements. There are also many special requirements for conductive slip rings, such as speed, water resistance, high temperature resistance, etc. Improper selection of these special factors will directly cause damage to conductive slip rings.