The wire carry just the voltage upto 10V, my pcb board function is just measuring the speed of a wheel using a sensor.The best method of connecting them will depend on what kind of electrical signal or supply the wires are carrying. Can you give a little more information? what does the PCB do? What is the terminal? Are the wires carrying digital, audio or RF signals? What current are the wires carrying? Without this information, we can not recommend the best way to make the connection.
Those are nice but maybe a little overkill for this application.I would use a Mil Spec connector. I have attached an image of the bulkhead side. This connector is made by Amphenol but you can also use Tyco as they make this type of connector too. I would solder the wiring to the PCB and use a bulkhead mount on the case.
I generally use screw terminals mounted to the PCT board.Hi,
I need to connect 5 wire from pcb to outer terminal,
whether soldering the wire is a better method, or is there any other method for connecting the wire with pcb. it should withstand even in hard environmental conditions.
There are plenty of lower cost connectors that are adequate without the Mil Spec cost.The key statement was environmental. This was the reason for the Mil Spec connectors. The plastic versions are crimp pins or solder pins. Water can go through these connectors as they are not waterproof or dustproof.
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