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174680100 - CONDUITS, CABLES OR CONDUCTORS

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20130075131SUPPORT STRUCTURE FOR BOSS - There is provided a support structure for a boss of a resin molded product. A plurality of cylindrical bosses stands up from one surface of a base plate to support a component. A plurality of reinforcing ribs extends radially from an outer circumferential surface of at least one of the bosses. The reinforcing ribs are arranged so as to be spaced apart from each other at a regular interval in a circumferential direction of the at least one of the bosses. Building-up portions are formed only on corner portions in which the outer circumferential surface of the at least one of the bosses and the reinforcing ribs intersect with each other.03-28-2013
20100116524WIRE HARNESS FIXING TOOL - The fixing tool (05-13-2010
20090159312Arrangement for establishing a connection between two cable support device elements and connection elements - An arrangement serves for establishing a connection between two cable support device elements 06-25-2009
20090032282Cable Strain Relief Module Assembly - A cable strain relief module assembly for securing a cable and providing strain relief is described. The cable strain relief module assembly includes a module and a twist nut. The module has a male threaded portion and the twist nut has a female threaded portion. A portion of a cable may be captivated between the male threaded portion of the module and the female portion of the twist nut when the module and twist nut are engaged.02-05-2009
20130048341MAGNETIC CABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - The present application is directed to methods and systems for cable management using a magnetic cable management module, which may comprise a magnet and a cable retaining channel. A cable may be placed into the cable retaining channel, which may compress or be expanded by the cable, with resulting pressure and friction securely retaining the cable. The cable management module may comprise a plurality of cable retaining channels of different gauges, allowing the module to be utilized with a wide variety of cables.02-28-2013
20100132979WIRE KEEPER - A wire keeper is assembled in a computer case to guide, integrate and fix wires of plural bus lines and electric connecting cords which are layout in the case, allowing each wire in the case to be tidily collected to assure space in the case to keep clear properly. As a result, hot air in the case can be transmitted out successfully by a cooling fan to effectively improve a heat dissipation effect in the case.06-03-2010
20090301758PROTECTOR - Locking hooks 12-10-2009
20090266581Decorative cords and cables - A cord and/or cable structure for electrical cords, extension cords, communication cables and other electrical power and/or signal carrying cords and cables that includes an outmost sheath formed with multiple integral anchoring fixtures that provide a point of connection between the cord or cable and the multiple decorative elements (such as artificial leaves) that adorn it. The leaves or other decorative elements may be permanent, semi-permanent, or detachable/re-attachable decorations, and in the case of leaves, yields a pleasing natural vine aesthetic. The vine-look can be easily modified through the addition of other decorative elements to suit a wide variety of tastes. A consumer can use the present invention for multiple purposes or decorative variations instead of purchasing multiple decorative cords or cables.10-29-2009
20120222886ELECTRONIC DEVICE WITH WIRE FIXING STRUCTURE - An electronic device includes at least an electric wire, a first cover, and a second cover. The electric wire is mounted between the first cover and the second cover. The first cover includes a wire retainer integrally forming a restraining portion to fix the electric wire on the first cover. The second cover includes a hook securely engaged with the wire retainer of the first cover to fix the second cover on the first cover.09-06-2012
20100059250FIXING DEVICE FOR WIRE CABLE TRAY - This device for wire cable trays including longitudinal warp wires and transverse weft wires has a base (03-11-2010
20090250245Cable Holding and Positioning Device - A cable holding and positioning device is enclosed that comprises a tubular member having a first end and second end disposed opposite the first end and a cover disposed over the second end of the tubular member that includes a slit with an aperture. The cover secures one or more of a cable, a cord, and a connector that has entered the first end of the tubular member and passed through the second end, thereby preventing one or more of the cable, the cord, and the connector from passing back through the tubular member toward the first end. The tubular member and cover may comprise a heat resistant and fire retardant material.10-08-2009
20090236124DEVICE FOR OPENING AND/OR CLOSING CABLE DUCTS - The present invention relates to a device for opening and/or closing cable duct. The device according to the invention comprises a main body shaped so as to provide a gripping surface for the operator. The main body comprises at least one base wall which extends, at least partly, according to a reference plane and which is associated with at least one shaped edge which extends from said base wall towards a further reference plane. At least one joining wall connects said base wall and said shaped edge integrally with each other.09-24-2009
20130068501Wave Gripping Core Sleeve - A wave gripping core sleeve for containing compression or crimping energy in bare conductor transmission power lines in full tension joints or dead end joints. The wave gripping core sleeve includes a plurality of interlocking members having a first end and a second end with a groove adjacent at least one of the ends. The first side of each interlocking member is engaged with the second side of an adjacent interlocking member. At least one resilient member wraps around the circumference of the interlocking members and is received in a channel formed by the aligned grooves. The interlocking members include a first set of ribs to engage the conductor in a first direction and a second set of ribs to engage the conductor in a second direction, opposite from the first direction.03-21-2013
20120111604Conducting path - A conducting path includes three cables, and a cable clamp for fixing the three cables. The cable clamp includes a metal plate formed along an outer periphery of the three cables that are triangularly arranged when viewed in cross-section and a mounting flange portion formed with both end portions of the metal plate overlapped each other, and two of the three cables are integrated to form an integral cable.05-10-2012
20130161067Cable Storage Device and Associated Methods - Exemplary embodiments are directed to cable storage devices and associated methods. The exemplary cable storage device includes at least one chamber and at least one chamber path. The at least one chamber path detachably secures at least one cable in the at least one chamber path. The at least one chamber is configured and dimensioned to have at least one of a spring-like property or a flexible property. An alternative exemplary cable storage device includes at least one chamber and at least one coupling member. The coupling member detachably secures at least one cable in the at least one chamber path and further includes a first coupler and a second coupler having at least one of a spring-like property or a flexible property. In alternative exemplary embodiments, methods of cable storage are provided.06-27-2013
20130161068CABLE CLAMP - A cable clamp includes a board and a cover. The board forms a block on a top surface and at a first end of the board, and an L-shaped inserting portion on a bottom surface. A hook extends out from a second end of the board. The cover has a first end pivotably connected to the second end of the board, and a second end detachably engaged with the block.06-27-2013
20110132638PROTECTOR AND WIRE HARNESS - [Problem] To provide a protector capable of discharging water into an outside and a wire harness including the protector06-09-2011
20130161069BUS BAR RELEASABLE BUSHING APPARATUS - A bus bar component connection apparatus including an electrically conductive bus bar having a thickness and at least one bore, the bore having a diameter, a male bushing portion including a body having two opposing planar surfaces, at least one shoulder extending from the body at a first end and including a threaded portion disposed toward a second end and spaced from the first end by an undercut portion, and an axial bore through the body and the shoulder, a female bushing portion having two opposing planar surfaces, a first end, a second end, and an inner surface including a threaded portion disposed toward the second end and spaced from the first end by a first smooth portion, and wherein the female bushing portion is configured to threadably receive the shoulder through the hole of the bus bar.06-27-2013
20100170698HARNESS-ROUTING PROTECTOR - An object is to provide a harness-routing protector with a simple configuration that can be readily fabricated at low cost and can be readily attached to a harness so that the harness, which has a difficulty in maintaining a bent shape, can be readily routed without interfering with other components within a limited space. In a harness-routing protector (07-08-2010
20110290532HEADPHONE CORD SLEEVE - A headphone cord sleeve includes: a flexible tubular sleeve including an opening at each of a first end and a second end; a reinforced section of the tubular sleeve adjacent the first end reducing the flexibility of the tubular sleeve over the length of the reinforced section; and a loop extending from the side wall of the flexible tube, adjacent to the reinforced section. A method of managing a headphone cord comprising the steps of: providing a tubular sleeve including a first opening and a second opening; positioning the tubular sleeve onto a headphone cord, wherein the headphone cord includes a jack plug, a jack cord, a cord split, a pair of earbud cords and a pair of earbud housings; and selectively positioning the tubular sleeve between a use position and a storage position.12-01-2011
20100139948SYSTEM FOR MOUNTING ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL CONDUCTORS TO FLOOR BEAMS OF AN AIRCRAFT - A system for mounting conductors, such as electrical wires, optical fibre cables, conduits and the like, to the floor beams of an aircraft cabin floor, having: an elongate raceway a longitudinal routing rails spanning between adjacent pairs of floor beams, each routing rail having an interior channel for housing conductors; conductor cradle blocks disposed in the interior channel, each cradle block including a mounting cushion adapted to engage a bottom portion of said conductors; and rail support brackets, each rail support bracket removably clamped on at least one of: the top flange; the bottom flange; and the web of a beam and removably mounted to the rail ends06-10-2010
20120097425POWER-SUPPLY CORD ARRANGEMENT STRUCTURE - A power-supply cord arrangement structure provided to an electrical equipment may includes a cord drawing hole that is formed in a housing of the electrical equipment and is configured to drawing a power-supply cord therethrough, and load support portions that are formed in the housing as a portion of the cord drawing hole and are configured to support a tensile load of the power-supply cord when the power-supply cord is pulled. The load support portions are oppositely asymmetrically formed in cord pulling directions.04-26-2012
20090095504CLAMP MEMBER AND CLAMPING METHOD - A clamp member includes a first member of a substantially L-shaped cross section having at the front end thereof a tongue section and formed to project from the main surface of the clamp member and a second member having at the front end thereof bent sections of a substantially L-shaped cross section juxtaposed with a notch interposed between them and formed to project from the main surface of the clamp member, the tongue section and the notch having a vertical positional relationship with the tongue section, the tongue section being disposed vis-à-vis the bent sections.04-16-2009
20100122834WIRE ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE - A wire organization structure has two hollow wire holding ducts forms a wire running space thereinside. The wire running space has two ends formed a wire inlet and a wire outlet. A wire is provided with two ends threading through the wire inlet and wire outlet and movable for a displacement against the wire holding ducts. The two ends of the wire can be extended from the wire inlets towards the wire outlets for the displacement against the wire organization structure in a first use condition, and also are movable from the wire outlets towards the wire inlets and retained at the wire outlets in a second use condition. By threading the wire through two wire holding ducts, and pulling the wire to change the displacement against the wire organization structure, the length can be adjusted and use conditions can be altered. Wire organization and collection can be done faster.05-20-2010
20120228002CABLE MANAGEMENT APPARATUS - A cable management apparatus includes a securing board and a cable management element. The securing board includes a board body and two positioning portions. Each positioning portion includes a neck portion and a head portion. A diameter of the neck portion is less than that of the head portion. The cable management element to hold cables captive includes a base panel, a first connecting panel, a first securing portion, a second connecting panel, and a second securing portion. The sides of the cable management element are squeezed together for attachment to and for disengagement from the board body.09-13-2012
20090090537Aesthetic and Safe Electrical Extension Cord to Floors - An electrical extension cords that has a format that prevents slips from who passes upon it and is able to adhere in diverse kinds of floor, smooth or upholstered, through a set of suction cups and Velcro tapes, avoiding to disturb the circulation of people where it is installed. Composed for a flexible body (04-09-2009
20090090539Harness protector structure for link - A harness protector structure for a link is provided, by which the durability of a bent part of a wiring harness is improved and interference with the outside is prevented when the wiring harness is rotated and bent by using a link. The harness protector structure includes: a support part; a link rotatably connected to the support part; a protector provided on the link; and a bulging part having a wide opening opened at one end-side of a body part of the protector, wherein a wiring harness is arranged from the support part into the protector, wherein when the link is rotated, a following part of the wiring harness, which follows a bent part of the wiring harness, passes through the bulging part from the opening, and the wiring harness is guided to the outside from the body part while a slack of the wiring harness is absorbed.04-09-2009
20090090538Vertical Cable Manager - Embodiments of the invention provide a vertical cable manager for routing cables or wires. The vertical cable manager includes a vertical trough with sets of fingers. The fingers include arrow-shaped ends, which allow installation and/or removal of cables and wires, while retaining the cables and wires in cable rings. In some embodiments, a door attached to the vertical cable manager can be removable from one or both sides of the trough. In some embodiments, the vertical cable manager can include removable spools that can be attached to the trough in various positions and configurations.04-09-2009
20090283298TAPERED TRANSITION RAMP FOR CABLE PROTECTOR - An exemplary ramp structure capable of being positioned over at least a portion of a cable protection system comprises a center portion, a first side ramp portion adjacent a side of the center portion, and a first tapered portion adjacent an end of the first side ramp portion. The first tapered portion may be tapered in both a first direction and a second direction that is substantially orthogonal to the first direction. The first tapered portion may be integrally formed with the first side ramp portion and the first side ramp portion may be integrally formed with the center portion. An exemplary cable protection system is also disclosed comprising a first cable protector structured to receive one or more cables, a first side ramp adjacent a side of the first cable protector, and a first tapered structure pivotally attachable to an end of the first side ramp.11-19-2009
20120292081CABLE SUPPORT FOR AUTOMOBILE - A cable support for an automobile allows a cable installed in a bent U-turn shape to be readily positioned and supported on a vehicle body or the like in a reliable manner. Two portions of a cable folded in a U-turn shape are inserted into a common insertion hole in a main body tube. The two portions of the cable folded in a U-turn shape are respectively inserted into independent insertion holes separately provided to a branching tube that is integral with the main body tube.11-22-2012
20110203832DUAL ACTING STRAIN RELIEF APPARATUS - An apparatus for dual acting strain relief is provided. In one embodiment, a strain relief apparatus comprises: a main body having a base member including a first surface and a second surface, and a cone member extending from the first surface of the base member, the cone member including an orifice that penetrates through the main body to the second surface; a primary clamp that secures to the main body and shaped to interface with the base member to form a first set of clamping surfaces where the orifice penetrates the second surface; and a secondary clamp having a tapered cavity therein that penetrates through the secondary clamp and is shaped to receive the cone member. A surface of the tapered cavity and a surface of the cone member form a second set of clamping surfaces. The second set of clamping surfaces provide an electrical path to the chassis.08-25-2011
20080289855Pushable Cable - A cable assembly may be provided. The cable assembly may comprise a conductor core and a binding element. The binding elements may be configured helically around the conductor core. In addition, the binding element may be configured to, when the cable assembly is pushed through a conduit having at least one sweep, eliminate buckling of the cable assembly. Moreover, the binding element may be configured to cause a first pushing force on the cable assembly having a magnitude less than a second pushing force on the cable assembly corresponding to pushing the cable assembly through the conduit without the binding element on the conductor core.11-27-2008
20130118776TWIST-IN LATCHING ARRANGEMENT FOR CABLE MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE - A cable management system includes a panel with a plurality of openings, each opening defining a similar configuration, each opening defining a first dimension and a second dimension, the first dimension being longer, than the second dimension. A cable management structure is removably coupled to the panel, the cable management structure including a plurality of latching elements, each latching element defining a retaining portion received through each opening of the panel, each retaining portion having a first dimension that is smaller than or equal to the second dimension of the opening and a second dimension that is greater than the second dimension of the opening, wherein the cable management structure is coupled to the panel by inserting the retaining portion of each latching element through each opening and rotating the cable management structure in a first direction with respect to the panel.05-16-2013
20130118777HARNESS PROTECTOR AND WIRE-HARNESS WIRING STRUCTURE - Provided is a harness protector, wherein a wire harness can easily be formed into a planar shape (with an oblate cross section), and maintained in that state. The harness protector is provided with: a protector body further provided with a roughly tabular-shaped bottom-plate section onto which a wire harness is to be placed, and a holding plate section that is integrally formed on one side of the bottom-plate section in pivotable state, and crushes the wire harness into an oblate cross-section shape, along with the bottom-plate section; and tying bands that anchor the holding plate section onto the bottom-plate section, in a state of having the holding plate section crushing the wire harness into an oblate cross-section shape.05-16-2013
20100200273CABLE ORGANIZER - A cable organizer includes an upper surface, a lower surface, multiple channels, and at least one side surface. Other embodiments are disclosed herein.08-12-2010
20090084578PROTECTOR FOR WIRE HARNESS - A resin-molded, annular protector for a wire harness for a vehicle includes a split pair of a main body and a lid body both having a semiannular shape, and split ends of the protector are joined and locked together. Lock holes are provided in a peripheral wall of the lid body by cutting portions of the inner peripheral side of the peripheral wall from the split ends, leaving engagement sections on the outer peripheral side of the lid body and opening the top ends of the cut portions in the outer peripheral surface of the lid body. Lock sections projecting from the inner peripheral side of the split ends are provided in the peripheral wall of the main body, at positions facing the lock holes. Lock claws engaging with the engagement sections of the lock holes from the inner peripheral side are provided on the outer surface side of the projecting tips of the lock sections. When the main body and the lid body are joined and locked, the lock sections and the lock claws do not project form the outer peripheral surface of the peripheral wall of the lid body.04-02-2009
20100139950SUPPORTING AND WIRE-RECEIVING MECHANISM OF POWER ADAPTER - A supporting and wire-receiving mechanism is used in a power adapter. The power adapter includes a main body and a power wire. The supporting and wire-receiving mechanism includes a supporting member, a base and a wire-receiving member. The supporting member has a supporting receptacle for accommodating a main body of the power adapter, thereby supporting the power adapter. The base is arranged beside the supporting member. The wire-receiving member is arranged between the base and the supporting member such that a wire-receiving receptacle is defined between the wire-receiving member, the base and the supporting member. Both ends of the wire-receiving member are respectively connected with the base and the supporting member. The power wire is wound around the wire-receiving member and received in the wire-receiving receptacle.06-10-2010
20120067620CABLE CLIP WITH OPEN AND CLOSE MECHANISM - A device and method for capturing cables that uses the force from the vertical movement of inserting or removing a cable to operate a mechanism for opening and closing the device.03-22-2012
20090050349Compact Spillover Fitting and Method of Use Thereof - A spillover fitting is positioned on an upstanding side of a lateral cable trough. The spillover fitting includes a first exit path having a first curved surface that extends at least partially over a base of the lateral cable trough, and a bottom wall having a second curved surface intersecting with the first curved surface. The first surface curves upward relative to the base of the lateral cable trough and defines a top surface of a cable path, and the second surface is convexly curved and defines a bottom surface of the cable path. The radius of curvature of the first curved surface is equal to the radius of curvature of the second curved surface.02-26-2009
20090050350WIRE HARNESS LEAD-OUT STRUCTURE OF PROTECTOR - A wire harness lead-out structure includes a body that includes a containing portion for receiving a wire harness and a corrugated tube covering the wire harness, a lid that is attached to the body to close an upper opening of the body, two completely-fixing ribs that are formed on the body and the lid respectively to be engaged in grooves of the corrugated tube to prevent a movement of the corrugated tube in an axial direction of the corrugated tube, and a provisionally-fixing rib that is formed in a single line on the opposed side walls of the body to be engaged in a single groove of the corrugated tube, and is disposed between the two completely-fixing ribs. The completely-fixing ribs are arranged in two lines corresponding to two grooves of the corrugated tube, the two grooves being both adjacent to the single groove corresponding to the provisionally-fixing rib. Each of the completely-fixing ribs on the body is formed into a U-shape along an inner periphery of the containing portion so that a distance between upper portions of the completely-fixing rib respectively formed on opposed side walls of the body is constant. A distance between portions of the provisionally-fixing rib formed on the opposed side walls is gradually decreased toward the upper opening of the body to prevent the corrugated tube from moving toward the upper opening of the body when the provisionally-fixing rib is engaged in the single groove of the corrugated tube.02-26-2009
20090101389CABLE-CLAMPING DEVICE - A cable-clamping device, including a base having a through seat for accommodating electrical cables, for example electrical power cables of a household appliance; and a clamping element progressively insertable in the seat in a transversal direction with respect to the same defined in use by an axis (A) laying on a longitudinal symmetry plane of the clamping element, for clamping in use the cables against a bottom wall of the seat; the clamping element being delimited between a first and a second end by a first and a second lateral flank essentially parallel to the longitudinal symmetry plane and by an upper face essentially perpendicular to the lateral flanks, the first and the second ends being provided with coupling means to the base including snappingretaining means made at the second end and an insertion seat for at least one removable clamping element; wherein the insertion seat is defined by at least one first recess open on the first lateral flank, at least one second recess open on the second lateral flank and made immediately adjacent to, and flush with, the first, and by at least one slot made transversally through the first end, in direction essentially perpendicular to the lateral flanks.04-23-2009
20090107696Cable Pathway System - A cable pathway system has a base with a bottom, a generally planar top surface, a first side, and a second side. The base is configured to be secured to an electronic equipment enclosure and also has an aperture formed therein and a wall positioned adjacent to the aperture. The wall has a curved surface that extends from the top surface to the bottom. A first sidewall extends from the top surface along the first side and extends generally perpendicular to the top surface and substantially along the length of the first side. A second sidewall also extends from the top surface along the second side and extends generally perpendicular to the top surface and substantially along the length of the second side.04-30-2009
20090242233CABLE MANAGEMENT APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR MANAGING CABLES OF AN ELECTRONIC APPARATUS - A cable management apparatus for holding a cable. The cable management apparatus includes a first hinge member supported by a first hinge shaft in a rotatable manner around the first hinge shaft and a coupling member separably fixed to the first hinge member. The coupling member includes a second hinge shaft parallel to the first hinge shaft and disposed at a position apart from the first hinge shaft. The second hinge member is rotatably connected to a third hinge shaft parallel to the first hinge shaft at a connecting edge. The second hinge member includes a fourth hinge shaft parallel to the first hinge shaft and disposed at a position apart from the third hinge shaft. A middle connecting member is connected to the second hinge shaft at a first connecting edge and to the fourth hinge shaft at a second connecting edge.10-01-2009
20090242234FASTENER FOR SIDE-WALL OF ELECTRICAL DEVICE - A fastener is for fastening wires in an electrical device. The fastener includes a base board and a catch. The base board is connected to the electrical device. The catch extends upwards from the base board. The catch includes a supporting portion extending upwards from the base board, a main portion extending from the supporting portion and above the base board, and a restricting portion extending downwards from the main portion. A vertical distance between the restricting portion and the base board is smaller than a vertical distance between the main portion and the base board. A side-wall of an electrical device using the fastener is also provided.10-01-2009
20100038113POWER ADAPTER WITH CABLE ORGANIZER - A power adapter with cable organizer is provided. The power adapter includes a main body; and a containing/fixing portion disposed on the main body and having a first blade and a second blade, wherein the first blade and the second blade face each other to form a receiving portion.02-18-2010
20100147554POWER SUPPLY UNIT/AC POWER CORD COUPLER SECURING DEVICE - A securing device for retaining a power cord in a connected relationship with the power supply includes a substantially planar body having a first end and a second end. The first end is configured to engage the power supply. The second end is configured to engage the power cord. The body is made from a substantially rigid material.06-17-2010
20100193221CABLE MANAGEMENT DEVICE, AUDIO PLAYBACK APPARATUS, AND METHOD OF MANAGING CABLES - A cable management device (08-05-2010
20080289856WILDLIFE GUARD FOR ELECTRICAL POWER DISTRIBUTION AND SUBSTATION FACILITIES - A wildlife guard for electrical power equipment including an electrically insulating material with a conductive material therein in a quantity sufficient for the guard to maintain an electrostatic charge when placed in an electrical field.11-27-2008
20100018749Signal transmission cable protection device - A signal transmission cable protection device disposed between an electronic unit main body and a display. The display is freely rotatable within a certain angle range. The signal transmission cable protection device is movable, following the rotation of the display. The signal transmission cable protection device can be easily assembled to provide protection effect for the signal transmission cable. The signal transmission cable protection device includes a cover section. The signal transmission cable is electrically connected between the electronic unit main body and the display and covered by the cover section. By means of the signal transmission cable protection device, the possibility of damage of the signal transmission cable due to human negligence or external force is minimized.01-28-2010
20100193220Strain Relief Device For An Electrical Conductor - A strain relief device for connecting a cable to a housing of an electronic device comprises an elongated elastic sleeve including first and second opposite ends and an axially extending sleeve passage, and a rigid insert including a first portion surrounded by the sleeve, a second portion protruding from the second end of the sleeve, and an axially extending insert passage aligned with the sleeve passage. The second portion of the insert is shaped to be non-rotatably received by a wall opening of the housing through which the cable passes, and may be D-shaped to mate with a D-shaped wall opening of the housing to prevent relative rotation. The second portion may carry a removable retainer, such as a C-shaped clip, for engaging a wall of the housing to prevent withdrawal of the insert. The invention facilitates serviceability and eliminates overmolding of a strain relief device onto the cable.08-05-2010
20100155104DUAL HARNESS ROUTING DEVICES - This invention is a novel saddle that comes in two embodiments, a vertical saddle and a horizontal saddle. Each saddle is configured to hold a power harness (or assembly of wires) and a signal harness, also an assembly of clustered wires. The saddle eliminates or greatly reduces the occurrence of electrical cross talk between these two harnesses by electrically insulating them from each other while securing each in place by a spring holder. These saddles greatly reduce electrical interference while significantly reducing installation time of the assembly. While this invention is described as used in a xerographic system, the saddle can be used in any system containing large bundles of electrical wires or cables.06-24-2010
20100155105CABLE AND BOX SUPPORT PLATE - The present invention provides a cable and box support plate which is a rectangular, flat plate with integral cable/conduit support member formed therewith. The cable/conduit support members are made from the same material as the remaining plate and formed by punching or stamping out the support members therein.06-24-2010
20100218976PROTECTOR FOR WIRE HARNESS AND METHOD FOR FIXING PROTECTOR TO WIRE HARNESS - A wire harness includes a main line and branch lines. A protector has longitudinal ends with main line inlet and outlet ports and branch line ports between the ends. Branch line connectors are connected to the branch lines drawn out of the branch line ports. A main line connector is connected to the main line drawn out of the main line outlet port. The branch line connectors and the main line connector are connected to test connectors for a continuity test. Lengths of the branch lines and/or the main line are greater than required in the motor vehicle so that the main line and branch line connectors are connected to the test connectors. A wire additional length containing space is provided in the protector and communicates with the branch line ports and/or with the line outlet port for the lines having the additional lengths.09-02-2010
20100139949SPLICE WIRE HOLDER - A device for maintaining the separation and position of spliced wires within a mold is provided. The device is characterized by multiple pointed portions which extend radially outward to a tip. The portions between the tips are radially depressed, with holes placed near the radially innermost point of the outer surface of the device. The holes are incomplete due to notches on the radially outermost portion of the holes which allow wires to be pressed into the holes in a radially inward direction. The device, with wires mounted therein, may be placed into an injection mold and maintains the separation of the exposed conductors until the over-molding process is complete. The device also prevents the wires from touching the edge of the mold during the injection process thereby minimizing any show-through defects in the finished product.06-10-2010
20090272561 PROTECTIVE CASING FOR A HIGH VOLTAGE CABLE - A protective casing for a joint, termination or cross-connection of at least one high voltage cable. The protective casing includes a first material portion of a first metal material having good strength properties. The protective casing includes a second material portion of a second metal material which is fixedly attached to the first material portion. The second metal material has good soft soldering properties such that it is possible to provide a strong and tight connection between the second material portion of the protective casing and a sheath of at least one of the cable parts by a soft soldering process.11-05-2009
20090114424COAXIAL CABLE CONNECTOR WITH INTERNAL PRESSURE SEAL - A coaxial cable connection incorporating F-Type connectors and including a male connector for connecting an RG-6 or smaller coaxial cable incorporates an internal element for preventing moisture ingress and/or preventing loosening of a male connector from a female connector.05-07-2009
20110240341COOLING DISC FOR BUNDLES OF CURRENT CARRYING CABLES - Aspects of the invention pertain to cooling bundles of power distribution cables or other current carrying cables. Such cables give off heat, especially when carrying high current loads. One or more cooling members are used to secure multiple cables. The cables may be placed about a generally circular shaped member which has a central opening. Receptacles are placed along an outer perimeter of the cooling member to secure the cables. The thickness of each cooling member may vary. When multiple cooling members are used, they may be spaced at least 6 inches apart. The cooling members may be fabricated from a nonconductive material such as PVC.10-06-2011
20110030992Compact Spillover Fitting and Method of Use Thereof - A spillover fitting is positioned on an upstanding side of a lateral cable trough. The spillover fitting includes a first exit path having a first curved surface that extends at least partially over a base of the lateral cable trough, and a bottom wall having a second curved surface intersecting with the first curved surface. The first surface curves upward relative to the base of the lateral cable trough and defines a top surface of a cable path, and the second surface is convexly curved and defines a bottom surface of the cable path. The radius of curvature of the first curved surface is equal to the radius of curvature of the second curved surface.02-10-2011
20120241195CABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM AND METHOD OF USE - A cable management system and method of use integrated with the cable comprising, in general, a coiled cable; a bendable elongated member positioned on one section of the cable; an attachment means to affix the elongated member to the cable; wherein the bendable elongated member integrated with the one section of the cable is configured to wrap around the coiled cable and, thus, functions to maintain the coiled cable in an organized manner ready for a subsequent use with minimum risk of cord entanglement.09-27-2012
20110240342CABLE HOLDING DEVICE - An exemplary cable holding device includes a supporting member and sliding bars. The supporting member includes a first sidewall, a second sidewall spaced from the first sidewall, and a bottom connecting the first sidewall to the second sidewall. Each of the first sidewall and the second sidewall defines through holes. Each bar slidably extends through a corresponding one of the through holes. The cables pass over ends of the sliding bars between the first sidewall and the second sidewall.10-06-2011
20100163278Cable Management System - A device for managing a plurality of cables in a multi-cable environment includes a stationary member having a plurality of stationary channel portions. At least one movable member is movably secured to the stationary member. The at least one movable member has a plurality of movable channel portions corresponding in number and general configuration to the plurality of stationary channel portions. A plurality of indicia-bearing areas are provided, corresponding in number, and adjacent, to the plurality of stationary channel portions. The at least one moveable member is moveable between a cable placement position in which cables can be placed in the respective stationary channel portions, and a cable retaining position in which the cables are secured in channels formed by the cooperation of the stationary channel portions and the movable channel portions.07-01-2010
20110061895ARM STRUCTURE - An arm structure includes a first arm pivotally supported on a body, and a second arm pivotally supported on the first arm at an axis portion formed s on a distal end side of the first arm. A wire harness fixing portion for fixing a wire harness is provided at a distal end side of the second arm. A guide portion having a curved face for guiding the wire harness is provided at an end portion at an end side of the second arm, the end side being opposite to the distal end side. A width of the guide portion is larger than a width of a portion of the second arm corresponding to the axis portion, in a width direction perpendicular to a longitudinal direction of the second arm.03-17-2011
20090255711Apparatus for Controlling Cable of Robot - The cable control apparatus includes a body disposed above the arm and a fixing ring having a through-hole fixed in the conveying hole; a conveying ring; a cable tube for integrally housing a plurality of control cables and including one end connected to the conveying ring with being inserted into the conveying hole of the body and the other end connected to the head of the industrial robot through the through-hole of the fixing ring; and a elastic member externally inserted to the cable tube and including one end connected to the fixing ring and the other end connected to the conveying ring for returning the cable tube to an original position through elastic force after the conveying ring slides the cable tube in order to sustain the cable tube between the arm and head not to be loosen.10-15-2009
20110100679ROUTING OF CABLES05-05-2011
20110100678DEVICE FOR CABLE MANAGEMENT - A device for cable management comprises a first component and a second component. Each of the first and second components comprise a generally flat elongate sheet having longitudinal parallel edges which provide complementary inter-engaging means for engagement of the first and second components. The width of the second component is greater than that of the first component such that when the edges of the second component are engaged with those of the first component, the second component adopts a curved profile.05-05-2011
20100122835 WIRE PROTECTIVE MEMBER - A wire protective member (05-20-2010
20090255712TAPERED TRANSITION RAMP FOR CABLE PROTECTOR - An exemplary ramp structure capable of being positioned over at least a portion of a cable protection system comprises a center portion, a first side ramp portion adjacent a side of the center portion, and a first tapered portion adjacent an end of the first side ramp portion. The first tapered portion may be tapered in both a first direction and a second direction that is substantially orthogonal to the first direction. The first tapered portion may be integrally formed with the first side ramp portion and the first side ramp portion may be integrally formed with the center portion. An exemplary cable protection system is also disclosed comprising a first cable protector structured to receive one or more cables, a first side ramp adjacent a side of the first cable protector, and a first tapered structure pivotally attachable to an end of the first side ramp.10-15-2009
20110042122CABLE BINDING APPARATUS - A cable binding apparatus includes a flexible binding strip defining a column of teeth, a connection element, and a positioning element. The binding strip and the positioning element are both connected to the connection element. The positioning element includes a connection portion defining a through hole and a flexible block portion arranged in the through hole. The binding strip is operable to be bent freely, with a distal end of the binding strip inserted into the through hole of the positioning element. The block portion is operable to engage with one of the column of teeth, to bind cables via the binding strip.02-24-2011
20110042121ELECTRICAL CABLE PROTECTION BLOCK - An electrical cable protection block includes a body having an inner wall, an outer walls a lumen within the inner and outer walls and a connection structure. The connection structure is provided to secure a first electrical cable protection block to a second electrical cable protection block. Typically the connection structure comprises cooperating male and female ends. The male end may take the form of a collar while the female end may take the form of a bore sized and shaped to receive that collar.02-24-2011
20100319963TERMINATION TOOL WITH CORRESPONDING MALE AND FEMALE CONNECTORS - A termination tool for terminating multiple wires to a two part electrical connector assembly composed of a wire arrangement manifold and a jack housing is provided by the present disclosure. The termination tool includes a main tool body having a termination housing provided thereon including a first cavity, a second cavity and a passage extending between the first and second cavities. The first cavity has an open side to receive and is shaped to removably retain a wire arrangement manifold, the second cavity having an open side to receive and being shaped to removably retain a jack housing, and the passage being sized to allow, in use, the wire arrangement manifold to pass therethrough from the first cavity to the second cavity and having cutting means provided on opposing sides of its end proximate to the first cavity.12-23-2010
20100025076Method of cable assembly - A method of assembly is disclosed comprising the steps of collocating a plurality of individual cables in a first elastomeric tube held in a stretched condition by an engaged hold-out mechanism and disengaging the hold-out mechanism causing the elastomeric tube to contract and to urge the cables together. The resultant cable assembly is also disclosed and comprises a plurality of individual cables urged together by a first elastomeric tube coupled to a disengaged hold-out mechanism.02-04-2010
20120037401WALL MOUNTED TELEVISION CABLE AND CORD ORGANIZING APPARATUS - A home theatre cable and cord organizing apparatus comprising essentially of a cable and cord storage compartment having a mounting flange, a power strip receiving port, a removably attachable access plate composed of a material to which paint will adhere, and a plurality of mounting clips. The mounting flange in cooperation with the mounting clips allow for easy installation once an appropriately sized hole is created. With the storage compartment secured in place, the user has an opening from which to access and manage all necessary connection cables and power cords. Once all connections are made, the access plate can be removably attached to the storage compartment providing an aesthetic concealment of the connection cables and power cords until the user needs access at a later time.02-16-2012
20120037402ELECTRIC WIRE HOLDER - An object of the invention is to provide an electric wire holder capable of facilitating an end treatment of a wiring harness to reduce the fabrication cost of the wiring harness and of increasing the reliability in the insulation displacement connection at the end portion of the wiring harness. In an electric wire holder 02-16-2012
20090173518Method And Apparatus For Aligning And Securing A Cable Strain Relief - The present disclosure relates to a strain relief. In various embodiments, the strain relief includes a strain relief body and at least one alignment feature. The strain relief body is configured to provide support for connection of a cable and/or a wire lead of the cable to a frame. The alignment feature is configured to facilitate alignment of the strain relief relative to the frame. In various embodiments, provided are methods of manufacturing a sensor with a strain relief. The methods may include forming the strain relief about a cable and/or wire leads, wherein the strain relief comprises at least one alignment feature, aligning the alignment feature of the strain relief to a complementary alignment feature of a frame, engaging the complementary alignment feature of the frame with the alignment feature of the strain relief, and electrically coupling the cable and/or wire leads to a circuit.07-09-2009
20120305288Scrunch-it earpiece / wire organizer and method of using same - An earpiece/wire organizer houses and maintains wires in an untangled manner. The earpiece/wire organizer has a sleeve constructed with mating spine pieces having an interlocking self-adhering surface coat thereon, wherein the sleeve house wires therein to prevent or mitigate entanglement during storage and carrying. Simply scrunching or compressing the sleeve with a single hand motion engages the interlocking self-adhering surface of the mating spine pieces in an attached configuration and compresses the sleeve and wire housed therein. When the user desires to lengthen or elongate the wire, the user simply pulls or elongates the sleeve with a single hand motion that disengages the interlocking self-adhering surface of the mating spine pieces and lengthens the sleeve and wire housed therein. Where more than one sleeve is provided, the sleeves are further constructed to releaseably connect to one another.12-06-2012
20110315430CABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR CABLE AND WIRE STORAGE - A cable management system for use in storing loose or dangling cables and wires of electronic devices behind a stand. A flexible storage receptacle affixed to a stable surface via suspension cables and fasteners. Cables and wires may be places within the receptacle so that they are not exposed to viewing.12-29-2011
20120043111LONG BODY UNIT WITH SLIDER - The present disclosure provides a long body unit with slider, including, a first long body, a second long body, and a slider provided for the first long body and the second long body, the slider including, a connection section by which the first long body and the second long body are clamped and are thereby united together, a separation section by which the first long body and the second long body united together by the connection section are separated from each other, and a restriction section by which the first long body and/or the second long body is restricted in rotation about an axial direction.02-23-2012
20110155420ARRANGEMENT FOR CABLE GUIDING AND A WIND TURBINE USING SUCH ARRANGEMENT - The present invention relates to an arrangement (06-30-2011
20120006581CABLE ORGANISER - The present invention relates to a cable organiser, in particular to a cable organiser used to secure headphones for use with an electronic device. In one aspect the invention relates to a cable organiser for use with an electronic device, the electronic device including a jack socket for receiving a cable jack from which a cable extends, the cable organiser including a body, the body having a positioning means for enabling the cable organiser to be detachably mounted to the electronic device via the jack socket; and cable retaining means in a position radially offset from the positioning means, the cable retaining means being configured to releasably retain the cable. In another aspect the invention includes first and second cable restraining means. In another aspect of the invention the cable organiser and the housing of the cable jack are integrally formed.01-12-2012
20120125663WIRE HARNESS CLAMP - A wire harness clamp is provided. A loading plate has a first surface configured to load a wire harness thereon and a second surface opposite to the first surface. A harness fastening member is configured to fasten the wire harness to the first surface of the loading plate. A connection portion is formed on the second surface of the loading plate and configured to be fitted in and fixed to a clamp attachment hole which is foamed in a structure for arranging the wire harness thereon. The first surface of the loading plate is provided with a ridge. The ridge is configured to restrict a movement of the wire harness when the harness fastening member fastens the wire harness to the first surface of the loading plate so as to push the wire harness against the first surface of the loading plate and the ridge.05-24-2012
20120125662STRAIN RELIEVING ELEMENT MOLDED ON A CABLE - A strain relieving element, comprising: a front surface, a rear surface opposite to the front surface, an intermediate portion connecting the front surface to the rear surface, a receiving passage passing through the front surface and the rear surface, two rows of through cavities extending inwardly from the intermediate portion at least, a rib dividing the adjacent through cavities in same row and a convex respectively formed between the adjacent rows of the through cavities, and between the adjacent rows of the ribs. The rib near to the rear surface is bigger than the rib far from the rear surface, the width of the ribs are gradually decreased along an axis direction from the rear surface to the front surface.05-24-2012
20120125661STRAIN RELIEVING ELEMENT MOLDED ON A CABLE - A strain relieving element, comprising: a front surface, a rear surface opposite to the front surface, an intermediate portion connecting the front surface to the rear surface, a receiving passage passing through the front surface and the rear surface, a plurality of through cavities recessing inwardly from the intermediate portion and communicated with the receiving passage and a plurality of the notches recessing inwardly from the intermediate portion and apart from the receiving passage. The distance between the notches and the rear surface are closer than the distance between the through cavities and the rear surface.05-24-2012
20120160540DEVICE FOR HOLDING AT LEAST ONE LONGITUDINAL ELEMENT, OF THE WIRING HARNESS OR TUBE TYPE, ON A SUPPORT - This device for holding at least one longitudinal element, of the wiring harness or tube type, on a support, comprises a deformable clamp that allows said longitudinal element to be inserted into the clamp and holds the longitudinal element, and a protective layer that at least partially covers the clamp. The clamp is made of thermoplastic, the protective layer being overmolded onto the clamp.06-28-2012
20120168202OVERHEAD POWER CORD HOLDER - An overhead electrical cord holder allows the user to safely operate a household appliance without tripping with the power cord. The power cord holder includes a hollow outer tube and an inner tube slide able inside the hollow outer tube. The inner tube includes an end protruding from the bottom end of the hollow outer tube. A rotatable mounting block is attached to the protruding end of the inner tube. The hooks are secured to the rotatable mounting block. The rotatable mounting block is rotatable with the inner tube.07-05-2012
20100038114CORD ORGANIZER AND RELATED METHODS - A cord organizer includes a cover plate and a cord retaining member. The cover plate includes a central portion having a plurality of openings defined therethrough. The openings include a fastener opening, and a receptacle opening. The cover plate further includes a curved, end portion curved inwardly away from a back side of the cover plate, having a slit defined therethrough, and at least one male fastening member extending from the back side of the cover plate. The cord retaining member includes a female fastening opening, and a strap portion. The strap portion of the cord retaining member is capable of passing through the slit of the curved, end portion, and the cord organizer is configured to allow the strap portion to be secured after an end of the strap has passed through the slit of the curved, end portion.02-18-2010
20100012350Reinforcing Support Element For A Resilient Sheath - The present invention relates to a support element for a resilient sheath, in particular to a holdout for a cable sleeve. The support element includes a tubular expansion element, which can be brought into contact with an inner wall of the resilient sheath and is constructed in such a way as to hold the resilient sheath in a pre-mounted radially expanded state. A reinforcing member is provided to reinforce the support element and in the pre-assembled state of the resilient sheath is at least partially received in the expansion element to reinforce the internal diameter of said expansion element, the reinforcing member being constructed in such a way that it can be removed from the expansion element before the assembly of the resilient sheath without being destroyed.01-21-2010
20120073860SELF-OPENING INNERDUCT FOR A CONDUIT - An innerduct (03-29-2012
20120228001CABLE MANAGEMENT APPARATUS - A cable management apparatus includes a securing board and a cable management element. The securing board defines a first slot and a second slot. An extending direction of the first slot is substantially perpendicular to an extending direction of the second slot. The cable management includes a base panel, a connecting portion, a positioning tab corresponding to the first slot, a resilient tab corresponding to the second slot, and a securing panel extending from the base panel. The securing panel includes a panel body and a securing portion. The connecting portion includes a first connecting panel and a second connecting panel. A receiving space is defined between the panel body and the first connecting panel. The second connecting panel has a free end. The second connecting panel is capable of moving relative to the first connecting panel to enable the free end to be engaged in the securing portion.09-13-2012
20120267146WIRE SEPARATOR SUITABLE FOR USE IN A CABLE SPLICE ENCLOSURE - A separator for separating the connected wires of spliced multi-core cables in a splice enclosure comprises a core and a plurality of separating arms extending outwardly from the core to define, around the core, a plurality of locations for receiving the connected wires. Some at least of the separating arms are individually-attached to the core whereby the number of said wire-receiving locations can be varied by changing the number of separating arms attached to the core.10-25-2012
20120298404WIRE HARNESS PROTECTOR - A protector that accommodates convoluted conduits having different diameters includes a main body and a lid that covers an upper surface opening of the main body. A convoluted conduit engagement portion having ribs that fit troughs of a large-diameter convoluted conduit extends from a bottom wall on one end side in the length direction of the main body to internal surfaces of two side walls. A large-diameter convoluted conduit engagement portion having ribs that fit the troughs of the large-diameter convoluted conduit is provided on an internal surface on one end side in the length direction of the lid, and a small-diameter convoluted conduit engagement portion having ribs that fit troughs of a small-diameter convoluted conduit is provided on an internal surface of the other end side. The lid is rotated by 180 degrees to correspond to an outer diameter of a convoluted conduit and connected to the main body.11-29-2012
20120080215SLIDE DOOR CONSTANT FEEDING SYSTEM - There is provided a slide door constant feeding system whose crossover portion of a wire harness does not interfere with a wall portion of a door trim in opening/closing a slide door and which excels in durability. The slide door constant feeding system comprises a door-side feeding fixture having a main part attached to a door trim, a leg member whose one end is attached to the main part and a door-side anchoring section attached to other end of the leg member and anchoring a door-side end of a crossover portion of a wire harness, a body-side feeding fixture attached to a car body and anchoring a body-side end of the crossover portion and the wire harness for feeding power from the car body-side to the door-side. The door-side anchoring section moves in opening/closing the slide door.04-05-2012
20120279756MAGNETIC CORD MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - A cord management apparatus comprises one or more magnets, configurable to be coupled to an electronic cord. The apparatus comprises one or more sheaths configured to be coupled to at least a portion of the electronic cord, wherein the one or more sheaths are configured to be magnetically attached to the magnet. A cord management device comprising one or more pliable sheaths is described also.11-08-2012
20120279755ADHESIVE TAPE FOR JACKETING ELONGATE MATERIAL SUCH AS ESPECIALLY CABLE LOOMS AND JACKETING METHOD - An adhesive tape has a preferably textile carrier and of a pressure-sensitive adhesive which is applied on at least one side of the carrier and is in the form of a dried polymer dispersion. The polymer being synthesized from (a) 5% to 25% by weight, preferably 10% to 22% by weight, of ethylene, (b) 30% to 69% by weight, preferably 40% to 60% by weight, of alkylacrylic ester having C11-08-2012
20120138333ASSEMBLY FOR SECURING A WIRE HARNESS TO A SENSOR COUPLER - A coupler for connecting a vehicle wire harness to a vehicle sensor comprises a body having a first end and a second end. The first end is operably connected to the vehicle sensor. The second end is adapted to connect with a first section of the vehicle wire harness. An assembly is associated with the body for attaching a second section of the vehicle wire harness, which is spaced from the first section of the wire harness, to the coupler. The assembly includes an attachment member which is rotatable at least partially about a longitudinal axis defined by the coupler body. The rotation of the attachment member relative to the coupler allows the second section of the vehicle wire harness to be properly positioned relative to the coupler and the vehicle sensor.06-07-2012
20100175909WIRE BINDING DEVICE - A wire binding device for binding a number of electrical wires of an electronic element, includes a binding member and a fixing member. The binding member includes a base and a binding portion. The base defines a through hole. A first end of the binding portion is connected to the base. A fastening hole is defined in the binding portion and adjacent to the base, and configured for fixing a second end opposite to the first end of the binding portion thereby to bind the number of electrical wires together. The fixing member is configured for fixing the binding member to the electronic element via the through hole.07-15-2010
20130014974SEALING MECHANISM AND METHOD FOR DROP CABLE SPLICE ENCLOSURES - A sealing mechanism for a drop cable splice enclosure includes a base having an entry hole for receiving a drop cable inserted through a compression grommet assembly, from outside the enclosure. The cable can be prepared for splicing, outside the enclosure. The grommet assembly (and the optionally prepared cable) are inserted into the entry hole, from outside the enclosure. The assembly includes upper and lower pressure plates, a compressible grommet between them, and an adjustment mechanism to apply a compression force to the grommet. The grommet assembly is rotatable to lock it in a keyed section in the entry hole. The adjustment mechanism is then tightened, from outside the enclosure, to compress the grommet between the pressure plates, which seals the grommet in the enclosure base, at the same time sealing the cable in the passageway through the grommet.01-17-2013
20130014975ROTATIONAL CONNECTOR DEVICEAANM Sakurai; JunichiAACI TokyoAACO JPAAGP Sakurai; Junichi Tokyo JPAANM Serizawa; YasumasaAACI TokyoAACO JPAAGP Serizawa; Yasumasa Tokyo JP - A spacer arranged in an annular space between a rotor and a stator for supporting a roller reversing a winding direction of a flat cable is made of plastic having high lubricating properties. First guide portions on an annular plate portion are spaced by equal intervals from each other. The first guide portion includes an inner guide rib having a semicircle cross section projecting inward, an outer guide rib having a semicircle cross section projecting outward, and a tension wall connecting the inner guide rib and the outer guide rib. A second guide portion is provided between the first guide portions, and includes three parallel plate ribs extending from an inner peripheral side to an outer peripheral side of the annular plate portion, and circumferential connecting walls connecting the three parallel plate ribs.01-17-2013
20130168129MOUNTING DEVICE AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME - A method of assembling a mounting device for an electrical harness of a gas turbine engine is provided. The electrical harness has a wire bundle. The method includes providing a first shell and providing a second shell. The method further includes coupling the first shell to the second shell with the wire bundle disposed between the first shell and the second shell such that movement of the first shell and the second shell along the wire bundle is restricted.07-04-2013
20120247809BALL AND SOCKET POWER CABLE CONNECTOR - Apparatus for connecting a power cable to a marine vessel which is subject to pitch, heave, roll and yaw motion includes a ball and socket device for decreasing the twisting and bending of the power cable. The socket is attached to the vessel and the ball can rotate freely Within the socket but its up down motion is restricted. The power cable's outer protective sheath is attached to the ball while its conductors pass through the ball and are connected to an internal connector. A flexible cable (wire) is connected between the internal connector and electrical equipment internal to the marine vessel.10-04-2012
20130192875Body Coil for Magnetic-Resonance Imaging - A body coil for magnetic-resonance imaging includes at least one coil component. A movable lead terminated by a plug is provided on the at least one coil component. A retaining element having an oblong opening, through which the movable lead or a plug section is passed and within which the movable lead or the plug section is movable longitudinally, is provided on the at least one coil component.08-01-2013
20130098660ELECTRIC WIRE PROTECTION STRUCTURE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ELECTRIC WIRE PROTECTION STRUCTURE - An electric wire protection structure has a structure in which a branch portion of an electric wire bundle is protected. In the electric wire protection structure, a protection portion covers the branch portion of the electric wire bundle, the protection portion being formed by heating and compressing a thermoplastic material in a state of covering at least the branch portion of the electric wire bundle.04-25-2013

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