Connectors, interconnects, and pluggable connectors are all components that are used to establish electrical connections between electronic devices and circuits. Connectors are mechanical devices that are used to physically join two or more electrical conductors. Interconnects are the actual conductive pathways that allow electrical current to flow between the connected devices or circuits.
Pluggable connectors are a type of connector that can be easily attached and detached from an electronic device or circuit. They typically consist of a connector body that is attached to a cable or other conductive element, and a mating connector that is attached to the electronic device or circuit. Pluggable connectors are commonly used in a wide range of electronic devices, such as computers, smartphones, and audio and video equipment, to provide a convenient way to connect and disconnect devices and peripherals. Examples of common pluggable connectors include USB connectors, HDMI connectors, and headphone jacks.