PROCONN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
|PROCONN TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140206212||CARD CONNECTOR - A card connector includes an insulating housing, a plurality of conductive terminals integrally molded with the insulating housing, an ejection mechanism, a handle lever, and a shielding shell covered on the insulating housing. The insulating housing has a bottom wall which defines a sliding groove. The ejection mechanism includes a sliding block slidably disposed to the sliding groove of the insulating housing, an elastic element and a guide pin. The sliding block has a base body, and an extending portion extending forward from the base body. The handle lever slidably disposed to the insulating housing and the sliding block has a base board, a first sliding rail and a second sliding rail. The first sliding rail is slidably disposed to the other side of the insulating housing adjacent to the first side wall, and the second sliding rail is slidably mounted to the extending portion of the sliding block.||07-24-2014|
|20140120754||CARD CONNECTOR - A card connector includes an insulating housing, a plurality of conductive terminals disposed to the insulating housing, an ejection mechanism and a shielding shell. The insulating housing defines a receiving trough. The ejection mechanism includes a sliding block slidably disposed to the receiving trough, and an elastic element restrained between the sliding block and a corresponding rear wall of the insulating housing. The sliding block has two clipping portions. A top surface of each clipping portion protrudes upward to form a stopping portion of which a front surface is defined as a stopping face. The shielding shell is covered on the insulating housing. One side of a top plate of the shielding shell defines an elastic piece. Two opposite sides of a rear edge of the elastic piece form two resisting portions resisting against the stopping faces to lock the SIM card in the card connector.||05-01-2014|
|20140073156||CARD CONNECTOR - A card connector includes an insulating housing defining a receiving chamber for receiving a card, a plurality of terminals disposed in the insulating housing, an ejecting device disposed in one side of the receiving chamber, and a cover coupled on the insulating housing. The ejecting device includes a sliding body of which a top defines a sliding fillister, and a spring restrained between a rear sidewall of the receiving chamber and the sliding body. A bottom sidewall of the sliding fillister protrudes upward to form a blocking block designating a front face thereof as a blocking face. The cover has a top plate of which one side is die-cut to form an elastic slice inclined downward into the sliding fillister. The elastic slice resists against the blocking face in use to keep the sliding body being locked, and sets free the blocking block when ejecting the card out.||03-13-2014|
|20130295785||Electrical Connector - An electrical connector adapted for electrically connecting with a circuit board includes an insulating housing, a plurality of first and second terminals, and a shielding shell enclosing the insulating housing together with the first and second terminals. The insulating housing includes a main body, and a base body assembled to the main body. The base body defines a plurality of first and second terminal grooves. The first and second terminals are respectively assembled to the first and second terminal grooves. Each first terminal has an inclined first connecting arm connected between a first fastening arm and a first soldering arm of the first terminal, and each second terminal has an inclined second connecting arm connected between the second fastening arm and the second soldering arm of the second terminal to effectively shorten straight lengths of the first terminal and the second terminal which are stretched straight.||11-07-2013|
|20130157510||ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector adapted for electrically connecting with an electronic element includes an insulating housing and a plurality of terminals. The insulating housing defines a plurality of terminal grooves penetrating through a top face thereof. A plurality of convex blocks protrudes upward and is arranged regularly on the top face of the insulating housing. The terminals are received in the terminal grooves of the insulating housing. Each terminal has a contact portion projecting upward beyond the top face of the insulating housing from the terminal grooves for contacting with the electronic element. Tops of the contact portions are further higher than a plane determined by peaks of the convex blocks to ensure the contact portions of the terminals can be pressed down by the electronic element until the convex blocks resist against the electronic element.||06-20-2013|
|20130143443||CARD CONNECTOR - A card connector includes an insulating housing defining a card recess, first electrical terminals and second electrical terminals disposed in the insulating housing. Each first electrical terminal has a base strip, a first fixing arm, a first elastic arm extending forward and inclining upward from the first fixing arm, a second elastic arm slantwise extending forward and upward from a substantial middle of the base strip and apart located under the first elastic arm, and a contact portion protruding upward from a front end of the base strip and apart located under the second elastic arm. A distal end of the first elastic arm elastically stretches upward into the card recess, and can be pressed downward to resist against the second elastic arm so as to make the second elastic arm further contact with the contact portion when an electronic card is inserted into the card recess.||06-06-2013|
|20130040478||Card Connector - A card connector for receiving a card includes an insulating housing having a base board and an extending portion protruded rearward from one end of a rear of the base board. One side of the base board defines a sliding recess of which a bottom wall defines a guiding slot extending along an insertion direction of the card. The sliding recess is further spread rearward into the extending portion. An ejecting device for ejecting the card out of the card connector includes a slider slidably disposed in the sliding recess. A guiding portion is protruded on a bottom of the slider and received in the guiding slot for guiding the movement of the slider. A cover has a base plate covered on the base board and an extending plate extended rearward from one end of a rear of the base plate to be covered on the extending portion.||02-14-2013|
|20120190221||CONNECTOR - A connector soldered to a PCB has an insulating housing of which two opposite ends are recessed to form a pair of holding recesses, terminals mounted in the insulating housing with soldering portions projected out of a bottom of the insulating housing, a pair of supporting members mounted to two opposite ends of the insulating housing and a pair of supporting members. A bottom of the supporting member extends perpendicularly to form an inserting slice having a portion thereof punched sideward to form a projection. The positioning member mounted to the inserting slice has a base slice having two opposite ends thereof bent sideward and then extended toward each other to form a pair of clasping portions. A guiding slot is opened in the base portion for receiving the projection. The projection can move up and down in the guiding slot to adjust the position of the positioning member.||07-26-2012|
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