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Plural-contact coupling part

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439 - Electrical connectors

439625000 - WITH INSULATION OTHER THAN CONDUCTOR SHEATH

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
439660000 Plural-contact coupling part comprises receptacle or plug 1025
439638000 Two or more plural-contact coupling parts combined in one integral unit 209
439629000 For coupling to edge of printed circuit board or to coupling part secured to such edge 209
439628000 Single-contact connector for interposition between two plural-contact coupling parts (e.g., adaptor) 42
439627000 For direct simultaneous contact with plural battery or cell terminals 19
439658000 Having separate through-passageways for enabling securement of intermediate portion of conductors thereto 12
439656000 With common means securing plural conductors to separate contacts 12
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20120202385CONNECTOR FOR MEDICAL INSTRUMENT - A connector for a medical instrument connected to an external device for medical use is provided, and the connector for a medical instrument includes a plug portion in which electric contact point portions are placed, outer sheath cases connectively provided at the plug portion, a sub frame member interposed between the plug portion and the outer sheath cases, and having a flange portion, and a main frame member housed in the outer sheath cases and fixed to the sub frame member, wherein the plug portion and the outer sheath cases are butted against the flange portion by different fixing members respectively, and are compressed and fixed to the sub frame member.08-09-2012
20130029531FLEXIBLE POWER CONNECTOR - A flexible power connector is presented. An embodiment of a flexible power connector includes a stacked structure having one or more insulating strips alternatingly arranged with a plurality of conducting strips, wherein the one or more insulating strips are interposed between the plurality of conducting strips to insulate each conducting strip from the other conducting strip in the stacked structure, and wherein the plurality of conducting strips is disposed parallel and proximate to each other to reduce electrical losses in the stacked structure01-31-2013
20120184145CONNECTOR HAVING BRIDGE MEMBER FOR COUPLING GROUND TERMINALS - A connector (07-19-2012
20120184144JOINT CONNECTOR AND BUSBAR - A joint connector has a housing (07-19-2012
20100081328LGA socket with having improved standoff - An LGA socket includes an insulative housing, a number of conductive terminals received retained in the housing, a stiffener surrounding the insulative housing, a load plate and a load lever pivotally assembled to the stiffener, and a locking mechanism. The locking mechanism includes a screw attached to the stiffener in a horizontal direction and a washer attached to the support plate in a vertical direction. The locking mechanism is attached to the stiffener before the LGA socket mounting to a printed circuit board.04-01-2010
20130045631SOCKET CONNECTOR - Disclosed is a socket connector, which includes an insulative body, conductive terminals, and a protective shell. A recess is defined in the insulative body. A plurality of terminal slots is defined in and perforated through four side walls of the insulative body. Each conductive terminal has a welding portion and an elastic contacting portion, in which the welding portion horizontally extends outside the side wall, and the elastic contacting portion extends to the recess. The protective shell is disposed around the insulative body. The welding portion is electrically coupled to an external circuit board. The lens module is inserted into the recess, thereby significantly reduces the height that the socket connector protrudes from the circuit board for reducing the vertical space usage of the socket connector.02-21-2013
20130045634CONNECTOR - A connector includes: a housing; and a connector module; the connector module including: a projection portion that projects outside from the housing; a substrate composed of a material with thermal conductivity; and a terminal that is fixed to a lower part of the substrate and contacts on an external substrate.02-21-2013
20130045633CONNECTOR AND VEHICLE INCLUDING CONNECTOR - A connector includes: a first connector terminal to which a first electric cable is to be connected; a second connector terminal to which a second electric cable is to be connected; a sidewall that surrounds the first connector terminal and the second connector terminal; a protection cover; and an interlock mechanism. The interlock mechanism includes an interlock connector and an interlock pin. The interlock connector is disposed between the first connector terminal and the second connector terminal, and the interlock pin is provided at the protection cover and is positioned such that the interlock pin is inserted into the interlock connector when the protection cover is attached to the sidewall.02-21-2013
20130045632User-Friendly No-Metal Shell USB male Connector - This present invention is for a new user-friendly, thin, slim, no-metal shell USB male connector that is able to be inserted into a standard USB female receptacle in either orientation.02-21-2013
20130084752Electrical Connector - In one aspect, provided is an electrical connector that can improve reliability of signal connection by ensuring insulation between adjacent terminals. In one aspect, connector housing 04-04-2013
20100075537CONNECTOR FOR TERMINATING A RIBBON CABLE - A connector is provided for terminating a ribbon cable having a plurality of electrical leads. Each electrical lead includes a mating portion. The connector includes a housing having a wall and a cavity. The housing is configured to hold the mating portion of each electrical lead within the cavity. The housing includes a hole extending through the wall of the housing and communicating with the cavity. The hole exposes the mating portion of at least one electrical lead through the wall.03-25-2010
20090142961Speaker connector - A speaker connector for connecting a speaker and a printed circuit board of an electronic device includes an insulating housing and a terminal. The insulating housing defines a holding groove extending therethrough. The terminal has a retaining portion retained in the holding groove of the insulating housing. A first resilient portion is connected to an upper end of the retaining portion and extends out of the holding groove. A first contact portion extends sideward from the first resilient portion for connecting the speaker. A second resilient portion with a zigzag configuration is connected to a lower end of the retaining portion and contained in the holding groove. A second contact portion is connected to a lower end of the second resilient portion and extends out of the holding groove for elastically touching the printed circuit board.06-04-2009
20130084751CONNECTOR - A female contact 04-04-2013
20130095698SHIELDED CONNECTOR - A shielded connector includes a conductive body having a plurality of receiving holes formed through, a plurality of insulating members respectively fixed in the receiving holes, and a plurality of terminals respectively fixed to the insulating members. Each terminal has a contact portion exposed upward to the insulating member and a soldering portion exposed downward to the insulating member. The terminal and the conductive body are in an nonconductive state. The conductive body is formed by integral injection molding, which does not require pre-molding an insulating body having a plurality of receiving holes and plating metal layers in the receiving holes, so that the process is simple yet novel and the problem that metal layers easily peel off is solved while ensuring a stable and good shielding effect.04-18-2013
20130040496ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes: (a) an electrical connection base, in which a notch is opened forwards at a rear side of the electrical connection base, at least one protruding block, at least one first receiving hole, and at least two second receiving holes are opened forwards from the notch, (b) at least one first terminal, having a vertical first connecting portion correspondingly, and (c) at least two second terminals, each having a vertical second connecting portion correspondingly disposed in the notch. The protruding block has an increased thickness, thus effectively ensuring functions of the protruding block of protecting terminals, isolating the first connecting portion from the second connecting portion and avoiding short circuit between the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion.02-14-2013
20130090013ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR LOW PROFILE APPLICATION - An electrical connector for electrically connecting a central processing unit (CPU) to a printed circuit board (PCB) comprises an insulating housing having a plurality of passageways extending from a top surface to a bottom surface and a plurality of terminals received in the corresponding passageways. Each terminal includes a horizontal base portion with a solder ball attached thereto, a pair of upper legs extending upwardly from one end of the base portion and a pair of lower legs extending downwardly from the other end of the base portion. The upper legs abut against the top surface of the insulating housing and the lower legs abut against the bottom surface of the insulating housing for retaining the terminals in the insulating housing.04-11-2013
20130090014CIRCUIT BOARD FOR AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A circuit board includes a substrate having upper and lower sides, and first and second conductive vias extending between the upper and lower sides. The first and second conductive vias include circular outer profiles. The circuit board also includes a differential pair of conductive traces, which includes a first conductive trace having first upper and lower segments disposed on the upper and lower sides, respectively. The first upper and lower segments are electrically connected together through the first conductive via. The first upper segment is curved around the second conductive via such that the first upper segment follows the circular outer profile of the second conductive via. The differential pair of conductive traces also includes a second conductive trace having second upper and lower segments disposed on the upper and lower sides, respectively. The second upper and lower segments are electrically connected together through the second conductive via. The first upper segment crosses over the second lower segment. The second lower segment is curved around the first conductive via such that the second lower segment follows the circular outer profile of the first conductive via.04-11-2013
20130052875CONNECTOR AND CONNECTOR MODULE, AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS HAVING THE SAME - There are provided a connector and a connector module which may commonly use mutually different interface schemes, and an electronic apparatus having the same. The connector includes a body having a fixed volume; and at least one coupling hole formed inwardly in a side of the body, and electrically coupled with a pin from the outside, wherein the coupling hole includes a first coupling unit having a predetermined first depth and electrically coupled with the pin from the outside, and a second coupling unit having a second depth deeper than the first depth and electrically coupled with another pin from the outside.02-28-2013
20130052876ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector is provided in the present invention, including a plurality of electrical terminal groups, a metal housing, a metal positioning seat and a fixing member. The metal housing has a plurality of terminal-receiving grooves, each of which can accommodate two electrical terminal groups. A contact end of the electrical terminal group extends forward within the metal housing, and a connection end of the electrical terminal group extends downward out of the metal housing. The fixing member has a first bending sheet and a second bending sheet, which are perpendicular to each other and respectively connected to the metal housing and the metal positioning seat for fixing the metal positioning seat to the metal housing. The electrical connector of the present invention uses the metal housing to enhance the electromagnetic shielding effect, have a better heat dissipation efficacy and improve the stability of the connection structure.02-28-2013
20090093164HIGH-DEFINITION CONNECTOR FOR TELEVISIONS - A connector is disclosed that includes one or more pins allowing power to be provided to a connector board attached externally to the television set. In one embodiment, the connector has one or more USB pins to allow serial communication between the television set and the connector board. In another embodiment, the connector has one or more pins to allow communication of television setup information to the connector board. In yet another embodiment, the connector board may use the setup information provided from the television to perform audio processing and deliver enhanced audio sound to the speaker system associated with the television. The connector board may also wirelessly communicate with a personal computer, thereby coupling the personal computer to the television set.04-09-2009
20130059475USB Connector - The present invention discloses a USB connector, comprising: a USB shell, an insulation spacer, metal sheets with metal weld legs respectively. The metal sheets are installed on the insulation spacer, the metal sheets are configured to be connected to a USB interface of a personal computer, the metal weld legs are connected to a printed circuit board within an external product, and the insulation spacer is fixed in the USB shell; the metal sheets comprise one ground pin, two signal pins and one power supply pin, wherein the ground pin is configured with an extending resilient metal sheet contacted with the USB shell. Widths of the metal sheets and the metal weld legs are widen and thicknesses of the metal sheets and the insulation spacer are thicken, so that the USB connector and the USB interface of the computer are contacted sufficiently, enhancing the ground effect of the USB connector.03-07-2013
20110014816ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING FLOATABLY ARRANGED CONTACT - An electrical connector includes a number of contacts and an insulative housing. Each contact includes a main body, a spring portion extending upwardly from the main body, and a tail portion defining a receiving space in a vertical plane. The insulative housing has a plurality of passageways retaining the contacts. An inner sidewall of each passageway has a protrusion extending into the receiving space to limit a movement of the contact, such that the contact can float upwardly and downwardly in the vertical direction without being drawn out of the passageway.01-20-2011
20130059476ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A simple structure capable of preventing a cam part of an actuator from coming out of position when the actuator is in an open position. The cam part 03-07-2013
20090068895Electrical connector with reduced noise - An electrical connector includes a carrier having opposite first and second sides. A plurality of contacts are held in the carrier. Each contact includes a first conductive element defining a first conductive path and a second conductive element defining a second conductive path separate from the first conductive path. The first and second conductive paths are configured to electrically connect an electrical component on one side of the carrier to an electrical component on the opposite side of the carrier.03-12-2009
20120225586ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector is used for electrically connecting a chip module and includes: an insulating body, having a plurality of receiving slots; and a plurality of terminals, disposed in the receiving slots and each having a base plate, a contact arm and at least one extending arm, in which the base plate is fixed in the receiving slot, the contact arm is located on one side of the base plate and has a contact portion conducting the chip module, the contact portion is higher than the base plate and is exposed outside the receiving slot, and the extending arm is in a bent shape and has a lower end connected to the contact arm and an upper end connected to the base plate.09-06-2012
20130065446Electrical Connector - An electrical connector is provided. The electrical connector includes a comprising a first housing, a second housing removably fittable to the first housing, and a lock block disposed on the second housing and engageable with the first housing to secure the second housing at a predetermined position with the first housing. The lock block includes a first groove extending along a length of the lock block, a side portion in contact with the first groove, an end portion in contact with the first groove and orthogonal to the side portion, a side lock disposed on the side portion and securable with the first housing, and a first lock that is provided integrally with the end portion and secured to the first housing.03-14-2013
20110021077CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING MULTIPLE CONTACT ARRANGEMENTS - A connector assembly includes a housing and substantially identical contacts. The housing is configured to mate with a mating connector. The contacts are arranged in a plurality of sets in the housing. The contacts are configured to electrically couple with the mating connector. Each set of contacts is arranged to communicate a different type of data signal with the mating connector. Optionally, the contacts are formed as substantially identical pins. The different sets of contacts may concurrently communicate the different types of data signals.01-27-2011
20090233487Cable assembly with conductive wires neatly arranged therein - A cable assembly (09-17-2009
20090029594DEVICE CONNECTOR - A device connector to be connected with device-side terminals accommodated in a metal case (C) is provided with a first housing (01-29-2009
20090023343SIM CARD CONNECTOR - A SIM card connector includes an insulating body and a plurality of electric terminals. The insulating body has accepting holes and accepting cavities. The electric terminal has a welded slice, a contact and a fixing portion. The welded slice and the contact are accepted in the accepting hole, the contact projects from the accepting hole. A lump is formed in one side of the fixing portion, the fixing portion accepted in the accepting cavities. While the SIM card connector passes through a SMT apparatus, the insulated body is soften and the lump is against the side wall of the accepting cavities for preventing the holding portion out of the insulated body. Therefore, the SIM card connector is welded firmly in the PCB of a mobile.01-22-2009
20120238143DEVICE CONNECTOR - A terminal block in which a plurality of metal conductive plates (09-20-2012
20120238142Electric Machine with Fully Enclosed In-Slot Conductors - An electric machine includes a core with a plurality of slots. A plurality of electric conductors are positioned in the slots. Each of the plurality of electric conductors includes a U-turn portion extending between two in-slot portions and connection ends extending from the in-slot portions. The connection ends are positioned on an opposite end of the core from the U-turn portions. A plurality of insulation tubes are positioned in the plurality of slots. The in-slot portions of the electric conductors extend through the insulation tubes.09-20-2012
20130164986CONNECTORS WITH POWER AND SIGNAL CONTACT STRUCTURES - This disclosure generally pertains to connectors having a signal contact assembly containing a plurality of rod-shaped signal contact members, generally cylindrical dielectric material encasing the sides of the signal contact members and a generally cylindrical conductive shield in contact with the dielectric material. The signal contact assembly along with rod-shaped power contact members are placed in the connector. This combination can be considered to be in the nature of a connector within a connector. The connector can transmit data at 100 Mbps or greater along with power while minimizing the space required for the contacts. The connectors may be generally circular in cross-section.06-27-2013
20130164987IMPEDANCE ADJUSTABLE CONNECTOR - A tuning body to be inserted into an electrical connector includes a base end and a plurality of ribs extending from the base end. The plurality of ribs is parallel or substantially parallel with respect to each other and is arranged to fit between electrical contacts of the electrical connector when the tuning body is inserted into the electrical connector. The electrical connector includes a first side wall, a second side wall, a first connector body arranged between the first side wall and the second side wall, and a second connector body arranged between the first side wall and second the second side wall. The second connector body is arranged a predetermined distance apart from the first connector body, and the electrical contacts of the electrical connector extend between the first connector body and the second connector body.06-27-2013
20100003855ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector is revealed. The electrical connector includes an insulating body with at least one terminal receiving hole and an accommodation space disposed on one side of the terminal receiving hole, at least one conductive terminal set that is received in the terminal receiving hole and having a first conductive terminal and a second conducive terminal, and at least one elastic member. The first conductive terminal is connected with the second conductive terminal slidingly and slantingly and the sliding stroke of the first conductive terminal is between the terminal receiving hole and the accommodation space. Each elastic member is correspondingly mounted in one of the accommodation spaces for elastically supporting the first conductive terminal. That means each elastic member gives the first conductive terminal a horizontal lateral force so that the first conductive terminal always applies a normal pressure to the second conductive terminal. Thus the good contact between the two conductive terminals is ensured.01-07-2010
20090098774Electrical connector ensuring proper connection - An electrical connector comprises a dielectric housing and a plurality of conductive contacts. The dielectric housing defines a receiving slot comprising opposite upper inner wall and lower inner wall, a pair of opposite side inner walls respectively intersecting the upper inner wall and lower inner wall, and a pair of fulcrums respectively defined on the pair of side inner walls. The plurality of conductive contacts is disposed in the dielectric housing with a contacting portion extending into the receiving slot from the upper wall or lower wall and disposed along a common line. Wherein, the fulcrums are disposed at the nearest places to the common line on the side inner walls.04-16-2009
20110281466METHOD FOR PRODUCING AN ELECTRONIC OBJECT COMPRISING A DATA TRANSFER STAGE AND THE OBTAINED OBJECT - A method for producing a portable electronic object having contact pads arranged on a plane with a thickness which differs from the thickness of a standard smartcard. The object is electrically connected to data transfer station connectors, by delivering a data transfer station having an electric probe connector and submitting the object to the data transfer station in such a way that the contact pads thereof are accessible to the electric probes in a direction perpendicular to the plane. Objects obtainable include UBS keys or PCMCIA cards or readers.11-17-2011
20110300758ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED CROSSTALK COMPENSATING PADDLE BOARD - An electrical connector (12-08-2011
20110300757RESONANCE MODIFYING CONNECTOR - A connector assembly is provided that is suitable for modifying the resonant frequency of ground terminals used in conjunction with high data rate signal terminals. Ground terminals may be interconnected with a conductive bridge so as to provide ground terminals with a predetermined maximum effective electrical length. Reducing the effective electrical length of the ground terminal can move the resonance frequencies of the connector outside the operational range of frequencies at which signals will be transmitted.12-08-2011
20120289091SENSOR - The object of the present invention is to provide a sensor which has an advantage in reduction of the noise and for down sizing, and also which are capable to produce easily. A sensor comprising: a case member housing a resistance substrate and a mobile element which slides against said resistance substrate and formed with an aperture leading to said resistance substrate; a connector member having a connector terminal, a cover unit which is a part of a resin covering said connector terminal and covers said aperture of said case member, and a connector unit which is other part of the resin covering said connector terminal and is connected with an external terminal; and a clip resiliently contacting with said connector terminal and said resistance substrate, and electrically connecting said connector terminal and said resistance substrate. Said clip comprises a fulcrum and two leg units consisting of a first leg unit and a second leg unit extending to two directions from said fulcrum and said clip has a cross sectional shape of roughly a V shape or U shape. Said clip is engaged with an end unit of said resistance substrate in a status that said resistance substrate is sandwiched between said first leg unit and said second leg unit. A housing depression is formed in said connector member at a position opposing said resistance substrate, said housing depression comprises a first lateral wall contacting with a first external face which is an external face of said first leg unit and a second lateral wall contacting with a second external face which is an external face of said second leg unit, and said housing depression houses said clip in a status that said clip is sandwiched between said first lateral wall and said second lateral wall. A part of said connector terminal is exposed from the resin covering said connector terminal to form at least one of said first lateral wall and said second lateral wall.11-15-2012
20120009823Electrical Connector - An electrical connector having an insulative housing, a plurality of first terminals and a plurality of second terminals. The first terminals are disposed in the insulative housing. Each of the first terminals has a first contact portion, a first solder portion, and a first connection portion between the first contact portion and the first solder portion. The plurality of second terminals are also disposed in the insulative housing. Each of the second terminals has a second contact portion, a second solder portion, and a second connection portion between the second contact portion and the second solder portion. The first solder portions of the first terminals and the second solder portions of the second terminals are arranged in two rows in a lateral direction, respectively. The row of the first solder portions is separated from the row of the second solder portions by a predetermined distance in a longitudinal direction.01-12-2012
20120015560ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing with a tongue plate protruding forwards from a front portion thereof and a plurality of conductive terminals comprising an upper row of conductive terminals and a lower row of conductive terminals which are mounted on upper and lower sides of the tongue plate respectively. The terminals include a butting portion, a soldering portion, and a bending portion connected between the butting portion and the soldering portion. At least one positioning modules is mounted into the accommodating chamber of the insulating housing so that it envelopes a periphery of the bending portions of the plurality of conductive terminals.01-19-2012
20100035472ELECTRICAL CONTACT FOR SOCKET CONNECTOR - An electrical connector (02-11-2010
20100112867Electrical Connector And Manufacturing Method Thereof - A method for manufacturing an electrical contact module is provided. First, a lead-frame of electrical conductors is formed, wherein at least one supporting strip is formed in the lead-frame of electrical conductors in such a way as to maintain the electrical conductors in a predetermined position with respect to each other. Then, the lead-frame of electrical conductors is over-molded with a first dielectric material, thereby obtaining a first over-molded lead-frame. At least one aperture is formed in the first over-molded lead-frame so that the at least one supporting strip is accessible. The at least one supporting strip in the first over-molded lead-frame is removed after completion of the over-molding step. A second dielectric material is then over-molded with the first over-molded lead-frame in such manner as to fill the at least one aperture and a space left between the electrical conductors after removal of the at least one supporting strip.05-06-2010
20110269346RESONANCE MODIFYING CONNECTOR - A connector assembly is provided that is suitable for controlling the resonance frequency of ground terminals used to shield high-speed differential pairs. Ground terminals may be commonized so as to provide ground terminals with a predetermined maximum electrical length. Reducing the electrical length of the ground terminal can move a resonance frequency of the ground terminals of the connector outside the range of frequencies at which signals will transmitted.11-03-2011
20110269343DISPLAY PORT CONNECTOR - The present invention provides a display port connector, comprises: a housing; a base member; a first terminal set having plural first terminals, and each first terminal has a contact portion, a bended portion and a pin, wherein an arc-shaped bending part is formed between the bended portion and the contact portion and another arc-shaped bending part is formed between the bended portion and the pin; and a second terminal set having plural second terminals, each second terminal has a contact portion, a bended portion and a pin, the contact portion is received in the second terminal slot, the pin is exposed outside the housing, wherein an arc-shaped bending part is formed between the bended portion and the contact portion and another arc-shaped bending part is formed between the bended portion and the pin. After being assembled, the display port connector of the present invention is capable of receiving a display port plug, and the arc-shaped bending parts can be served to shorten the signal transmission distance for being advantageous for high frequency transmission.11-03-2011
20090142962Electrical connector with improved contact arrangement - An electrical connector (06-04-2009
20080293302ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing and a plurality of contacts received in the insulating housing. Each contact has a first terminal and a second terminal which has a base portion and a leading arm extending from said base portion. Said base portion and a leading arm define a receiving space for receiving said first terminal. The leading arm has at least one mating bender protruding into said receiving space. The mating bender has a smooth convexity on an inner surface of said receiving space for mating with the first terminal, which alleviates the abrasion between said first terminal and said second terminal and brings a stable connection between the first terminal and the second terminal.11-27-2008
20120034818THIN CARD CONNECTOR ADAPTED FOR THIN CARD - A thin card connector (02-09-2012
20100120290CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH STICKY FILM - A cable connector assembly (05-13-2010
20110269345CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED HOUSING TO POSITION CONTACTS THEREOF RELIABLY - An electrical connector comprises an insulative housing having a base portion, and a tongue portion extending forwardly from the base portion, the base portion defining a cavity recessed from an upper surface thereof and communicating with a mating port, a bottom wall below the cavity and having a plurality of receiving slots, and a plurality of retaining slots which each is communicated with each two adjacent receiving slots. A plurality of first contacts each has a contact portion, a retaining portion extending rearwardly from the contact portion, and a pair of projections protruding outwardly from two lateral sides of the retaining portion along a transverse direction perpendicular to the front-to-back direction. The retaining portions are received in the corresponding receiving slots downwardly. The projections are positioned in the corresponding retaining slots to prevent the first contacts from moving along the front-to-back direction.11-03-2011
20090280690Integrated Circuit Socket - An integrated circuit socket includes an insulating housing having a plurality of contact openings arranged in rows and a recess that receives an integrated circuit package. A plurality of contacts arranged in a first contact group and a second contact group in the insulating housing. Each of the contacts has a flat plate fixing member fixed in the contact opening, a connecting member extending from a lower portion of the fixing member, and a spring member extending diagonally upward from an upper portion of the fixing member. The spring member has a contact member extending into the recess. The contacts are arranged in the contact openings such that the spring members are arranged at an angle offset from a direction of arrangement of the rows and the spring arms of the first contact group are arranged in a direction opposing the spring arms of the second contact group.11-12-2009
20090042445JOINT CONNECTOR - A joint connector (02-12-2009
20120295485BATTERY CONNECTOR - A battery connector includes: a plurality of terminals, each of which is to be connected to each electrode of a plurality of batteries; and a case which contains the plurality of terminals therein. The case includes a terminal fixing part in which the plurality of terminals are fixed, and an insulating cover which is supported to be displaced to a closing position at which an open face of the terminal fixing part is covered by the insulating cover. A wire guide is formed in an outer surface of the insulating cover in the closing position.11-22-2012
20110269347CONNECTING DEVICE FOR CONNECTION TO A SOLAR MODULE AND SOLAR MODULE WITH SUCH A CONNECTING DEVICE - A connecting device for connection to an electrical connection system of a solar module comprises a connector housing for arranging on an outer face of the solar module and current-carrying components arranged in the connector housing, which components comprise at least one contact for connection to a conductor of the electrical connection system of the solar module, which conductor leads out from the solar module. A connection device, which may be arranged inside the connector housing, for positioning the conductor which leads out from the solar module is also provided, it being possible for the connection device and the contact to be arranged relative to one another in such a way that the contact is initially guided contactlessly along the conductor which leads out, so as to contact said conductor which leads out, and contacts the conductor which leads out in an end position. Reliable contact is thus possible without displacing the conductor which leads out.11-03-2011
20110269344CONTACT TERMINAL HAVING INSULATIVE CAP - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing and a plurality of contacts received in the housing. Each contact has a base portion, a resilient arm and a contacting portion located at one end of the resilient arm. The contacting portion has a free end attached with an insulative member so as to prevent short circuit with an adjacent contact.11-03-2011
20130012069ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - Disclosed is an electrical connector comprising: at least one flexible electrically connecting element having a plurality of terminals at each end thereof; a first insulation element and a second insulation element configured to position said terminals for electrically connecting with a socket located on a printed circuit board, wherein said first insulation element has a first sidewall and said second insulation element has a second sidewall; and a supporting element having at least one sidewall, configured to engage with said first insulation element and second insulation element. Wherein a displacement space is defined between said at least one sidewall of said supporting element and at least one of said first sidewall and second sidewall to allow said first and second insulation elements to move relative to said supporting element. This present invention also provides an electrical connector assembly.01-10-2013
20100248549CONNECTOR - A connector comprising an insulative housing that has a top, a bottom, a first side, a second side wherein all four sides are connected to form a mating face and a board-mounting end; a plurality of terminals supported in the housing and terminating at the board-mounting end wherein each terminal further comprises a contact portion configured to establish electrical contact with a complementary mating connector, a solder tail that extends out of the housing at the board-mounting end, a body portion that is disposed intermediate the contact portion and the solder tail and which interconnect them together; and at least one solder bracket coupled to the housing wherein a major portion of the solder bracket lies within the profile of the housing.09-30-2010
20100248548Electrical Connector and Method of Manufacture - An apparatus and method are disclosed for manufacturing an electrical connector. A mold is presented having a pair of opposing dies that each define a mold pocket. The mold pockets of each die can be joined to form a mold cavity. Plastic can be injection molded into the mold cavity to form an electrical connector housing.09-30-2010
20110143596SMART CARD CONNECTOR - A smart card connector may include a connector housing connected to a cover. The connector housing and the cover may define a channel for receiving the smart card. The connector may receive the smart card in an insertion direction. When the smart card is inserted into the smart card connector, contacts secured within the connector housing may establish an electrically conductive connection with contact pads on the surface of the smart card. The connector housing may be narrower than the cover in a second direction that is perpendicular to the first direction. The connector housing may define a first centerline that extends along the insertion direction, and the cover may define a second centerline that extends along the insertion direction. The first centerline may be offset from the second centerline.06-16-2011
20090081903Electrical connector - An electrical connector comprises an insulating housing of one piece and a plurality of contacts retained in the passageways. Said insulating housing comprises an engaging portion, a supporting portion and a plurality of passageways along a longitudinal direction of the insulating housing, said engaging portion and said supporting portion respectively define a mating surface and a supporting surface. Each contact comprises a base portion retained in the passageway, a male mating arm and a female mating arm respectively extend upwardly from said base portion. Said female mating arm has a spring leg extending apart from said male mating arm, said spring leg has a mating portion at a free tip end thereof curlily extending toward said male mating arm, said male mating arm projects upwards beyond the supporting surface of the supporting portion. The electrical connector mates with an identical connector, both of which can share with a same mold during the process of manufacturing to save the cost.03-26-2009
20110223808FEMALE TERMINAL AND CHARGING CONNECTOR - A female terminal (09-15-2011
20090117781ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR SYSTEM WITH ORTHOGONAL CONTACT TAILS - Disclosed are electrical connectors and methods of assembling an electrical connector having “standard” (i.e., with electrical contacts having in-line tails), jogged (i.e., with electrical contacts having jogged tails but not connected orthogonally to another connector through a substrate), and/or “orthogonal” (i.e., with electrical contacts having jogged tails that are used in an orthogonal application) leadframe assemblies in the same connector. This provides the flexibility of using some of the available contacts in an orthogonal application and, at the same time, having remaining contacts available for routing on the midplane PCB. Though this could be done using only orthogonal leadframe assemblies, the combination of standard leadframe assemblies with orthogonal leadframe assemblies creates additional spacing between the PCB vias, so that signal traces can be more easily routed on the midplane PCB.05-07-2009
20110223810CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED MANUFACTURABILITY - An I/O connector has a housing that contains a plurality of individual terminal wafers containing terminal dedicated to either ground signals or differential signals. The terminals are arranged in widthwise order to define broadside coupled differential signal terminal pairs. The ground terminals are wider than the signal terminals to provide shielding to the differential signal pairs. The body portions of the ground terminals include pairs of opposed notches that provide for increased retention of the ground terminals in the wafer and provide increased flow for molding material during the formation of the wafers.09-15-2011
20100151736CONNECTOR WITH TWO-PIECE HOUSING - A connector includes a housing that is formed of a first and second section (the two sections which may be interlocking pieces) and has a hollow interior that is filled with a set of terminals. The housing pieces have a complementary engagement rail and channel that allows the two sections to be joined together in a structurally acceptable manner.06-17-2010
20110230099ELECTRIC PART CONNECTION MECHANISM IN OPERATING MACHINE - Provided is a connection mechanism which connects a switch portion 09-22-2011
20130122747CAVITIES CONTAINING MULTI-WIRING STRUCTURES AND DEVICES - An interconnection component includes an element with an opening, a plurality of conductors electrically insulted from one another extending through the opening, and a plurality of second contacts electrically insulated from one another. The element is comprised of a material having a coefficient of thermal expansion of less than 10 parts per million per degree Celsius. At least some of the conductors extend along at least one inner surface of the opening. The conductors define a plurality of wettable first contacts at the first surface. The first contacts are at least partially aligned with the opening in a direction of the thickness and electrically insulated from one another.05-16-2013
20100184334CONTACT HAVING INCREASED RESILIENCE FOR USE WITH ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A contact adapted for electrically connecting with an IC package and a printed circuit board, comprises a base portion adapted for being retained to an insulating housing, a solder portion extending from a lower end of the base portion and a turned portion bent downwardly from one end of the base portion. The solder portion is adapted for soldering the contact to the printed circuit board. The contact further includes a resilient arm extending upwardly from a bottom end of the turned portion. The resilient arm has an inclined portion and a cantilever beam. The inclined portion is connecting with the turned portion. The cantilever extends upwardly from a top end of the inclined portion and toward the turned portion to lengthen the resilient arm of the contact.07-22-2010
20100184333ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector comprises a circuit board and a first housing, wherein the circuit board has a butt portion and a lap portion, the butt portion is formed thereon with a plurality of first contacts, the lap portion is formed thereon with a plurality of second contacts, the first contacts and the second contacts are connected with each other, the second spacing between the adjacent second contacts is larger than the first spacing between the adjacent first contacts, and the first contacts are arranged to couple to a butt connector. The first housing is assembled on the circuit board and positioned above the lap portion07-22-2010
20120244753RELIEF PLUG-IN CONNECTOR AND MULTILAYER CIRCUIT BOARD - The invention relates to a multipole relief plug-in connector (09-27-2012
20100227507SOCKET CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACTS BY INDIVIDUAL UPPER CONTACTS ENGAGING PORTIONS INTERLINKED WITH INDIVIDUAL SOLDER TAILS WITH DIFFERENT PITCHES - An electrical connector comprises an insulative housing and a plurality of contacts. Each contact comprises an upper contact and a lower contact. The upper contact has a retention portion and a contact portion. The lower contact has a soldering portion and a planar board extending upwardly from the soldering portion. The lower contacts fixed to different parts of upper contacts, respectively, so as to have a larger neighbor distance than that of the upper contacts.09-09-2010
20100210144ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electric connector capable of fixing a small connection terminal by a large locking force. Two housings having a plurality of connection terminals are placed vertically symmetrically with their open surfaces facing each other, and a holder having a lock is interposed between the open surfaces of the housings. An assembly of the housings and the holder is accommodated in an outer cover, and a bottom cover is fixed to the bottom of the outer cover. The connection terminals are rigidly prevented from moving backward and vertically by the housings and the holder, and from moving forward by a front wall of the outer cover.08-19-2010
20120196483CONNECTOR FOR MULTIPLE INTERFACE CONNECTION STANDARDS - Described are connectors having a substrate, a first interface connection terminal set electrically coupled to the substrate, a second interface connection terminal set electrically coupled to the substrate, a third interface connection terminal set electrically coupled to the substrate, a housing coupled to the substrate and surrounding at least a portion of the first interface connection terminal set, the second interface connection terminal set, and the third interface connection terminal set, and a shell coupled to the housing and the substrate, wherein the first interface connection terminal set and the second interface connection terminal set are configured to support at least two interface connection standards with interfaces that are mechanically different.08-02-2012
20120196482MULTI-STAGE BEAM CONTACTS - An electrical connector has a first wafer having a first housing with a first plurality of contact beams extending from the first housing in a first plane. A second wafer has a second housing with a second plurality of contact beams extending from said second housing in a second plane substantially parallel to the first plane. A dividing panel member extends from the insulative housing between the first plurality of contact beams and the second plurality of contact beams. Each of the contact beams extending from the wafer pair is configured to mate with a corresponding backplane contact in a backplane connector. The contact beams extending from the wafer pair and the backplane contacts are configured such that each pair of corresponding contacts includes a first contact point and a second contact point. When the wafer pair is fully received by the backplane connector, contact between the contact beam and the backplane contact is maintained at both the first and second contact points. Each of the contact beams includes a pivot member configured such that the electrical connector has a low initial insertion force, but a high normal force when fully mated with the backplane connector.08-02-2012
20120196481ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes: an insulating body, having a plurality of terminal receiving holes, in which each terminal receiving hole includes a retaining slot recessed from an upper surface of the insulating body and a receiving slot formed through the insulating body and connected with the retaining slot, and the retaining slot has a bottom surface that forms a step with a sidewall of the receiving slot; a metal layer, plated on the sidewall of the receiving slot, being not higher than the bottom surface; and a plurality of terminals, respectively y accommodated in each terminal receiving hole, in which each terminal includes a retaining portion fixed in the retaining slot, a base and a soldering portion extend downwards from the retaining portion and are suspended in the receiving slot, and a clearance is formed between the retaining portion and the metal layer for preventing a conduction therebetween.08-02-2012
20110111633CONNECTOR AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A connector having a plurality of terminals that are integrally incorporated in a connector housing, in a given arrangement, with a high degree of accuracy. The connector includes a prealigner having a plurality of terminal holding; recesses, a plurality of terminals fitted into and held in the terminal holding recesses in a given alignment, and a housing main body molded so that the prealigner is interposed in the housing main body as an insert element.05-12-2011
20110111632CONNECTOR - A connector which makes it possible to facilitate the operation of mounting the connector, and reduce the mounting costs. An upper insulating film is affixed to upper surfaces of first and second contacts, and upper surfaces of carriers. Then, the first and second contacts, are disconnected from the carriers. Finally, a lower insulating film is affixed to lower surfaces of the first and second contacts, and lower surfaces of the carriers.05-12-2011
20100093220POWER SUPPLY TERMINAL STRUCTURE - A contact terminal which prevents a load from being concentrated on the contact terminal portion thereof when a part is disposed on a substrate, to prevent contact terminals from being short-circuited even if stacked, thereby reducing the overall space requirement. A projection is formed on a terminal base and the movable range of a contact is limited by the projection, whereby the load that is conventionally concentrated on a terminal support part can be distributed by a support part and the projection. Consequently, the durability of the terminal portion can be enhanced, the space for the contact terminal portion is saved, and a short circuit is prevented from occurring due to the contacting between the contact terminals.04-15-2010
20100029135Antistatic card connector - An antistatic card connector includes a base frame, a cover shell, a plurality of terminals, and a grounding member. The base frame is made of insulative material. The cover shell is made of electrically conductive material and covered on the base frame. An opening is formed at a front end of the combination of the base frame and the cover shell. At least one card chamber is formed inside the combination of the base frame and the cover shell for receiving an electronic card. The terminals are mounted to the base frame and located inside the card chamber. The grounding member is made of electrically conductive material and located below the opening, extending transversally along a front edge of the base frame. Accordingly, the antistatic card connector can fully avoid the static.02-04-2010
20110028041CONNECTOR ASSEMBLIES - A headset connector assembly that includes a connector plate, a casing, and electrical contact members is provided. The connector plate can have a first mating surface, a second mating surface, and at least two apertures existing between the first and the second mating surfaces. The casing can have a first side in contact with the first mating surface and a second side. The casing can include a protruding cavity member for each of the at least two apertures. Each protruding cavity member can extend from the first side and be constructed to fit within one of the at least two apertures. Each protruding cavity member can house an electrical contact member.02-03-2011
20110028040Electrical connector with improved housing background of the invention - A board to board electrical connector assembly comprises a male connector and a female connector, the male connector has a base defining a receiving cavity therein and a plurality of first terminal grooves located outside the receiving cavity for receiving the first terminals therein. The female connector forms a tongue corresponding with the receiving cavity of the male connector and defines a plurality of second terminal grooves located outside the tongue for receiving the second terminals therein. When the male connector is mating with the female connector, the tongue cooperates with the receiving cavity and the first terminal inter-engages with the second terminal for realizing signal transmitting, which is helpful for reducing the height of the connector assembly and boarding the application field.02-03-2011
20100197169CONNECTOR WITH SHORT LENGTH COMPLIANT PIN - An electrical connector having a plurality of connector units each having a pair of columns of edge coupled differential signal pairs separated by a ground shield terminal. The ground shield terminals each face a different signal pair of terminals in an adjacent column. Notwithstanding the different size and configurations of the ground and signal terminals, the terminals have mounting tail portions that are disposed in a uniform array different from the arrangement of the body portions of the terminals of the connector unit. The mounting tail portions are of a reduced length which benefit the electrical performance of the connector where it meets its supporting circuit board.08-05-2010
20100197170COMMUNICATION SYSTEM WITH SHORT LENGTH COMPLIANT PIN - An electrical connector having a plurality of connector units each having a pair of columns of edge coupled differential signal pairs separated by a ground shield terminal. The ground shield terminals each face a different signal pair of terminals in an adjacent column. Notwithstanding the different size and configurations of the ground and signal terminals, the terminals have mounting tail portions that are disposed in a uniform array different from the arrangement of the body portions of the terminals of the connector unit. The mounting tail portions are of a reduced length which benefit the electrical performance of the connector where it meets its supporting circuit board.08-05-2010
20080305685Card connector - A card connector has: a connector housing 12-11-2008
20080268711CONNECTOR AND CONNECTOR CONNECTING BODY - A socket includes a socket housing of an insulator to which plural socket contacts to be soldered to a conductive pattern of a circuit substrate, and a fitting metal for fixture to the circuit substrate are attached, in which the fitting metal includes plate-like side plates that are exposed along end surfaces of the socket housing, anchors that are formed by folding the side plates to bite into the housing, and an attachment piece that protrudes from a bottom plate to outside of the socket housing to be fixed to the circuit substrate.10-30-2008
20130130556HIGH-CURRENT PLUG-IN CONNECTOR - A high-current plug-in connector for transmitting electrical currents, having a housing made of electrically conducting material, designed to mechanically and electrically connect to a cable, the housing having at least one open side for inserting a mating plug-in connector made of an electrically conducting material, and forming a chamber for accommodating the mating plug-in connector, and at least one contact element, which is arranged on the housing and designed so that the contact element establishes an electrical contact having a contact area and a contact pressure between the housing and the mating plug-in connector inserted into the housing, wherein the contact element is designed as a coil spring.05-23-2013
20130130557TERMINAL CONNECTION STRUCTURE - A terminal connection structure which enables miniaturization and reliable connection of terminal fittings to each other is provided. A terminal connection structure 05-23-2013
20100297885ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING PASSAGEWAYS PROTECTED FROM CONTAMINATION - An electrical connector (11-25-2010
20100297884ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACT ARRANGEMENT - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing extending in a front-to-back direction and including a rear base portion and a front tongue portion, and first and second sets of contacts held in the insulative housing. The first set of contacts includes at least one pair of differential contacts for transmitting high-speed signals. Each first contact includes a nonelastic first mating portion occupying a front section of the tongue portion. Each of the second set of contacts includes an elastic second mating portion located behind the nonelastic first mating portion along the front-to-back direction. The first and second sets of contacts are assembled to the insulative housing along opposite directions. The first and second body portions are provided with interference sections thereon to interferentially engage with the insulative housing. The first mating portion of each first contact is provided with interference sections to engage with the tongue portion of the insulative housing.11-25-2010
20130137304ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector is provided, including a housing, an inserting groove, a plurality of terminal-receiving grooves spaced with each other on two sidewalls of the housing and passing through a bottom plate of the housing, and a plurality of electrical terminals integrally formed in the terminal-receiving grooves by an insert molding method. Each electrical terminal includes a U-shaped latch portion. An outer surface of the latch portion protrudes out of a peripheral edge of the sidewall of the housing to prevent from producing the overflow plastic during the process of the insert molding. Moreover, the latch portion disposes a first and a second recesses on two opposite sides thereof. When the electrical connector is combined with a complementary connector, the first and the second recesses of each electrical terminal can form a two-position contact with a complementary terminal of the complementary connector for assuring a stable electrical transmission.05-30-2013
20130137305CONNECTOR - Provided is a connector that can be firmly mounted on the substrate. A plug connector is mounted on a plug substrate while making a metal plate function as a plurality of contacts by an insulting layer formed on the metal plate and a plurality of conductive patterns formed on the insulating layer. A plurality of protrusions that protrude toward the plug substrate are formed on a substrate opposing surface, which is a surface opposite to the plug substrate. The plurality of conductive patterns are formed to respectively overlap the plurality of protrusions.05-30-2013
20130143443CARD 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
20130143445INTERCONNECT SUBSTRATE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE - Provided is an interconnect substrate that includes a laminated body including an electric conductor and an insulator, over which an electronic element (06-06-2013
20090068896ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH SWITCH DEVICE - An electrical connector (03-12-2009
20110130040ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing, a plurality of electric terminals disposed in the insulating housing and an insulating cover assembly. An upper side and a lower side of the rear end of the insulating housing define a first locating cavity and a second locating cavity, respectively. The insulating cover assembly includes an upper cover and a lower cover mated with each other. The upper cover has a first locating portion protruded downward from a portion thereof. The lower cover has a second locating portion protruded upward from a portion thereof. When the insulating cover assembly is rightly assembled with the insulating housing, the locating portions are received in the corresponding locating cavities. When the insulating cover assembly is falsely assembled with the insulating housing, the locating portions are interfered with the insulating housing to prevent the false assembly of the insulating cover assembly and the insulating housing.06-02-2011
20110039452CONTACT STRIP HAVING PRE-BREAK RECESS WITH GRADIENT WIDTH AND DEEP - A contact strip comprises a plurality of contacts, and a connecting carrier having a plurality of connecting portions connecting with the contacts. The contact has a main body, a linking portion extending upwardly from the main body and a mounting portion downwardly bent from the main body. A pair of pre-break recesses are symmetrically defined on a front and a rear surfaces of the connecting portion, the recess laterally extends through the whole connecting portion and substantially has a gradual deeper depth. Operator can quickly and conveniently tear the recesses from the deep side of the recess to the shallow side of the recess to remove the connecting carrier from the contacts.02-17-2011
20110244727ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly includes a first connector consisting of a terminal holding member having a plurality of terminals, each of the terminals having a distributing section; a second connector; and an adapter module. The adapter module includes an assembler member for coupling the first and second connectors together, and a terminal distributing member for coupling to the terminal holding member, and formed with a first row of retention holes and a second row of retention holes spaced apart respectively from the first retention holes in parallel manner. Once the terminal holding member is coupled to the terminal distributing member, the terminals extend respectively through the first and second holes in the terminal distributing member, thereby forming and exposing two parallel rows of the distributing sections of the terminals from a flat end of the terminal distributing member.10-06-2011
20110244726CONNECTOR - An opening (K) is formed in one side surface of a housing (10-06-2011
20100055984CONNECTOR DEVICE - A connector device includes a first connector and a second connector to be connected the first connector. The first connector includes a first housing, a plurality of first signal terminals arranged in the first housing, and a first shell for covering an outer portion of the first housing. The second connector includes a second housing, a plurality of second signal terminals arranged in the second housing, a second shell for covering an outer portion of the second housing, and a first ground terminal disposed between the second signal terminals for separating the second signal terminals. When the first connector is connected the second connector, the first signal terminals contact with the second terminals.03-04-2010
20100055983DAISY CHAIN CABLE ASSEMBLY - A cable assembly (03-04-2010
20110097936HIGH DENSITY SURFACE MOUNT CONNECTOR - A surface mount connector includes first terminals and second terminals to be mated to counterpart terminals of a mating counterpart connector. The first terminals and the second terminals are mounted in a housing in an alternating array. Each of the first terminals includes a contact portion to be connected to a first counterpart terminal, a fixing portion connected to an outer side of the contact portion and fixed to the housing, and a surface-mounting soldering portion connected to an outer side of the fixing portion. Each of the second terminals includes a contact portion to be connected to a second counterpart terminal, a fixing portion connected to an outer side of the connecting portion and fixed to the housing, and a surface-mounting soldering portion connected to a mounting-surface side end of the fixing portion.04-28-2011
20110081808CONTACT AND CONNECTION UNIT PROVIDED WITH THE CONTACT - A contact which makes it possible to make a connection unit compact in size. A pair of supporting portions opposed to each other in a predetermined direction are provided on opposite side edges of a plate-shaped base portion with which an associated one of electrodes of a photovoltaic unit is brought into contact, such that the supporting portions rise from the opposite side edges, respectively. The pair of supporting portions are each formed with a slit for supporting a terminal portion of a diode.04-07-2011
20120202384SOCKET CONNECTOR WITH CONTACT TERMINAL HAVING OXIDATION-RETARDING PREPARATION ADJACENT TO SOLDER PORTION PERFECTING SOLDER JOINT - An electrical connector having a fusible element for mounting on a substrate includes an insulative housing and a contact terminal retained in the insulative housing. The contact terminal includes a resilient contacting arm extending beyond a mating face of the insulative housing and a soldering portion for mating with the fusible element. A gelatinous flux is deployed on the fusible element, and/or on the soldering portion, and/or between the fusible element and the soldering portion, and then flux is dried to immovably fix the fusible element with respect to the soldering portion. The dried flux will be re-juvenile to clean and remove an oxidized layer originally existed on the soldering portion so as to achieve robust welding quality. Besides, a method for trimming an electrical connector to have robust welding properties is also disclosed.08-09-2012
20110256773ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing and contacts received therein. The insulative housing defines a retaining section and a mating tongue projecting beyond the retaining section perpendicularly. A plurality of terminal grooves are defined on the mating tongue and extending along a front-to-rear direction. A plurality of positioning slots are defined on the retaining section and extending along a vertical direction perpendicular to the front-to-rear direction and in communication with the terminal grooves respectively. Each contact comprises a contact portion secured in the terminal groove on the mating tongue and a solder tail secured in the positioning slot on the retaining section. The contacts are divided into signal contacts and grounding contacts, solder tails of said signal contacts and grounding contacts are separately located at different rows alone in the front-to-rear direction.10-20-2011
20100261387Electrical connector - An electrical connector comprises a dielectric spacing element having elongate through holes and a forward end surface; a plurality of parallel, elongate conductive contacts arranged in respective through holes of the spacing element, the conductive contacts providing electrical connections; an outer body arranged about the spacing element and the conductive contacts, the outer body having a longitudinal position fixed relative to the dielectric spacing element and having a forward end for engagement with a mating connector; and a collar slidably mounted about the outer body. The collar has an engagement position in which a forward surface of the collar is positioned in front of the forward end of the outer body for mechanically coupling the connector with the mating connector and a retracted position in which the forward surface of the collar is positioned behind the forward end surface of the spacing element for cleaning access to the conductive contacts. The connector further comprises means, such as a resilient member, for maintaining the collar in the retracted position.10-14-2010
20110151720ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT TERMINAL WITH CUTOUT RECEIVING DEPRRESSED CONTACT ARM - An electrical connector (06-23-2011
20110256771Electrical connector and terminal thereof - An electrical connector and a terminal are disclosed. The terminal, comprising: a base having an upper end and a lower end; a flexible arm extending upward from the upper end of the base; a retaining portion extending upward from the upper end of the base, wherein a first predetermined distance is between the flexible arm and the retaining portion; a pair of holding legs, each one comprising: a transition arm extending downward from the lower end of the base and a welding portion extending downward from the transition arm; wherein a second predetermined distance is between two transition arms, two welding portions are co-planner and inclined to the base.10-20-2011
20110053422CONTACT TERMINAL UNIT AND SOCKET CONNECTOR INCORPORATED WITH THE SAME CONTACT TERMINAL UNITS - The present invention relates to a contact terminal unit and a socket connector incorporated with the same contact terminal units. A contact terminal unit comprises a plurality of conductive strings twisted into a single strand, and an insulative material encapsulating the strand. The socket connector is incorporated with a plurality of the same contact terminal units.03-03-2011
20110117784DEVICE CONNECTOR - A device connector is provided with a metal reinforcing plate (05-19-2011
20110136386BATTERY CONNECTOR - A connector has an insulating housing defining a plurality of terminal receiving cavities each extending vertically to pass therethrough, a plurality of conductive terminals received in the terminal receiving cavities and a shell mounted to the insulating housing. A rear surface of the insulating housing is protruded outward to from a projection defining an inserting groove passing therethrough. The shell has a base board, a holding board facing the base board and a pair of sideboards connecting the base board and the holding board. Top edges of the base board and the holding board are extended towards each other to form eave portions. An inserting portion is extended from a portion of the base board. The shell encircles the insulating housing with the eave portions covering tops of two opposed sides of the insulating housing and the inserting portion being inserted into the inserting groove and further connected to ground.06-09-2011
20100081330ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS - An electrical connector mating with a counterpart connector includes: an insulating housing having sidewalls and endwalls to define a receiving room and a number of contacts retained in the insulating housing. The contact has a first mating portion retained on an outer surface of the sidewall and a second mating portion retained on an inner surface of the sidewall to face the receiving room. The first mating portion and the second mating portion define a U-shaped structure riding on the sidewall. A gap is defined between said first mating portion and the sidewall so that the first mating portion can flexible move in the gap to absorb a dimensional tolerance during the mating process and get a stable connection with the counterpart connector.04-01-2010
20120309233CIRCUIT MEMBER WITH ENHANCED PERFORMANCE - An electrical connector includes a dielectric housing with a plurality of filtering modules therein. Each filtering module has a housing and a magnetics assembly including transformer cores with wires wrapped therearound. An array of pins extend from the module housing for connection to the wires. A plurality of tails extend from the module housing for interconnection to a circuit board upon which the connector may be mounted. An interconnection is provided between the pins and tails that may include filtering or other signal modifying circuitry. A circuit member having an enhanced layout is also provided for use in or upon which the connector may be mounted.12-06-2012
20100081329ELECTRICAL CONTACT HAVING IMPROVED SOLDERING SECTION OF HIGH COMPLIANCE - An electrical contact (04-01-2010
20100068936CONNECTOR ASSEMBLIES INCORPORATING CERAMIC INSERTS HAVING CONDUCTIVE PATHWAYS AND INTERFACES - Ceramic inserts and hermetically sealed or sealable connectors incorporating a ceramic insert providing conductive pathways between opposing faces and/or side-walls and fabricated using multi-layer ceramic fabrication techniques are described. Conductive pads provided as metalized surfaces on the ceramic insert facilitate conductive communication between the conductive pathways transiting the ceramic inserts and conductive structures contacting the conductive pads, such as sockets, pins, wires, and the like.03-18-2010
20110306245ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR RESTRICTING CONTACTS REVERSED - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing and a plurality of contacts secured in the insulative housing. The insulative housing defines a mating face and a plurality of receiving passageways running through the mating face for receiving the contacts and arranged along a first direction thereof Each contact defines a contacting portion protruding out of the receiving passageway from the mating face. The electrical connector further includes a baffled stick assembled in the mating face and across the receiving passageways along the first direction of the insulating housing.12-15-2011
20110306246ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR BROADSIDE COUPLED OR EDGE COUPLED MATING WITH MATING CONNECTOR - An electrical connector (12-15-2011
20120040563ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT MODULES - An electrical connector (02-16-2012
20120040562ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED HOUSING - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing having a base with two opposite sides and a tongue extending forwardly from the base, a first insulator attached to one side of the base, a second insulator attached to the other side of the base, and a plurality of contacts including a first set of contacts sandwiched between the base and the first insulator, and a second set of contacts sandwiched between the base and the second insulator. The contacts each has a contact portion arranged on the tongue for mating with a corresponding plug.02-16-2012
20110318966Electrical Connector and Conductive Member Thereof - An electrical connector and a conductive member thereof are provided. In one embodiment of the present invention, the conductive member is installed in an insulating body, and a solder ball is retained between two retaining ends of the conductive member to form the electrical connector. In the conductive member, a base extends downwards to form two soldering arms, each of the soldering arms has an extending arm and a retaining end extending from the extending arm, the retaining ends are exposed outside the insulating body, and at least one of the retaining ends is provided with a recessed portion, so as to enable the solder ball, when entering between the two retaining ends, to prop the two retaining ends and partially enter the recessed portion, so that the solder ball is securely retained by the two retaining ends, thereby preventing the solder ball from falling off from the two retaining ends when the electrical connector is under an external force.12-29-2011
20120009821CONNECTOR - A connector is connectable to a cable having a plurality of signal wires and a drain wire. Each of the signal wires includes a signal conductor. The connector comprises a plurality of contacts, a holding member and a shell. The holding member is provided with an accommodating portion configured to accommodate an end part of the drain wire. The accommodating portion extends through the holding portion along a predetermined direction. The contacts configured to be connected to the signal conductors, respectively. The contacts are held by the holding member so that connection works between the contacts and the signal conductors are performable along the predetermined direction. The shell covers, at least in part, the holding member. The shell has a fixing portion exposed in the accommodating portion so that the end part of the drain wire is fixable to the fixing portion within the accommodating portion.01-12-2012
20120009822ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector comprises a housing, a plurality of first terminals, a plurality of second terminals, a plurality of third terminals and a cage provided on the exterior of the housing. The housing comprises a base and a tongue. The base is provided with a base wall and an assembly slot provided on the base wall to which the mated tongue mates. The tongue is provided with a body and a plurality of terminal installation slots recessed downward at intervals from the top surface of the body, the rear end of the terminal installation slots being defined by a boss part. A yield notch is provided at each location where each terminal passageway corresponds to the boss part. Because the boss parts increase the strength of the tongue, and by utilizing the yield notches, the contacts are able to prevent the boss parts from entering the terminal installation slots.01-12-2012
20120045941DUPLEX PROFILE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING RETENTION MEANS FOR ASSEMBLING UPPER AND LOWER CONNECTORS THEREOF TOGETHER - A double-deck connector assembly comprises an unitary insulating housing defining upper and lower connection ports slightly offset from each other in a front-to-back direction thereof for respectively receiving upper and lower modules therein. The upper connection port has a pair of holding arms extending from two opposite ends thereof. The lower connection port has a pair of lower latching arms extending from two opposite ends thereof. The lower latching arms extend in a same direction with the holding arms and each has a sliding slot at an outside thereof. The sliding slots can match with the holding arms to assemble the upper and lower connection ports together.02-23-2012
20120045940TORSIONAL CONTACT DEVICE AND METHOD FOR ELECTRONICS MODULE - A torsional electrical contact includes a body comprising a helix including N helical turns around a longitudinal axis, wherein N≧1. The body further includes first and second opposite ends that are spaced longitudinally from each other. First and second contact arms extend outwardly away from the helix at the opposite first and second ends of the body, respectively. The first and second contact arms include respective distal ends defined by a part of the contact arm that is located a maximum orthogonal distance from the longitudinal axis. The first and second arms define a contact angle α measured between a first reference plane in which the longitudinal axis lies and that intersects the distal end of the first contact arm and a second reference plane in which the longitudinal axis lies and that intersects the distal end of the second contact arm. At least one of the first and second contact arms is selectively resiliently movable toward the other of the first and second contact arms to reduce the contact angle α. One or more contacts are installed in a module and/or connected to an electronic component. A module including first and second contacts can be configured in a first condition in which the contacts are connected directly to each other or a second condition in which the contacts are engaged with respective parts of a circuit board or other component inserted into the housing.02-23-2012
20120015559SOCKET WITH LOWER CONTACTS WITH CONFIGURATION - A socket for receiving an IC (integrate circuit) package comprises an insulative housing and a plurality of contacts. The insulative housing defines a plurality of contact passageways for receiving the contacts. Each contact has a retaining portion, an elastic arm and a soldering portion, and the retaining portion is formed with a first part, a second part and a bending part between the first and the second parts. Each of the first and the second parts is formed with a protrusion on an outside lateral edge thereof away from the bending part for interfering with the contact passageway of the insulative housing to retain the contact to the insulative housing.01-19-2012
20120115367METHOD FOR INTEGRATING AND ERECTING CARBON NANOTUBE COLUMN - A method for integrating and erecting CNT column, comprises following steps of: 1) providing a conductive layer; 2) applying a non-conductive layer over the conductive layer; 3) forming a via on the non-conductive substrate; 4) placing an electrode above the via; 5) deploying dispersive liquid containing CNT powder into the via; 6) applying a predetermined AC electric field between the conductive substrate and the electrode for integrating and erecting the CNT powder into CNT column under electric field force.05-10-2012
20120115366SOCKET FOR A SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICE - A device, wherein, at cells 05-10-2012
20120058680ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED SIGNAL TRANSMITTING PERFORMANCE - An electrical connector (03-08-2012
20120058679ELECTRIC CONNECTOR AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - To well prevent a conductive contact from being peeled off with a simple structure, a rear end portion of the conductive contact to which a cable-shaped signal transmission medium is coupled is directly held by a contact engaging part. Even when an external force due to so-called flapping or the like is added from the cable-shaped signal transmission medium to the conductive contact, the conductive contact is well prevented from being peeled off. Also, a guide inclined surface for positioning the cable-shaped signal transmission medium is provided at the contact engaging part, and the cable-shaped signal transmission medium can be stably mounted along the guide inclined surface of the contact engaging part, thereby easily and accurately performing operations at the time of mounting, such as positioning.03-08-2012
20120156936CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH AN IMPROVED SPACER - A cable connector assembly (06-21-2012
20090137155Connection arrangement for image and antenna signals of an automotive display - A connection arrangement for image and antenna signals of an automotive display includes a male connector disposed within a positioning base of the seat back and a female connector embedded into the rear side of the display. The male connector is positioned at the bottom of the slot of the positioning base and consists of a plurality of male terminals horizontally arranged and electrically coupled to an automotive audio/video player. An antenna plug is respectively fitted at both sides of the male terminals. The female connector includes an upper row of insertion holes, a lower row of insertion holes, and antenna jacks for a practical connection to the male connector in an obverse direction and a reverse direction. The front and rear sides of the face end of a control circuit board includes first signal contacts and second signal contacts opposing to the rear end of the female terminals of the insertion holes of the upper and lower rows. The signal contacts are adapted to be a detection module to detect if the female connector is in an obverse direction and a reverse direction, thereby determining if the display is in an obverse direction and a reverse direction. Thus, an automatic turning process can be carried out for the adjustment of the image output. In this way, the image and antenna connection modules are integrated into a body.05-28-2009
20120064773CONTACT FOR AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical contact is provided. The contact includes a mating end, a mounting end, and an intermediate portion extending between the mating end and the mounting end. A shield attachment area is located on the intermediate portion. The shield attachment area has a top, a bottom, and a pair of sides extending between the top and the bottom. A notch is formed in at least one of the top or the bottom of the shield attachment area. The notch is configured to align the pair of sides during stamping and forming of the shield attachment area. The notch aligns the pair of sides such that the sides are stamped and formed in a substantially parallel configuration.03-15-2012
20120171901I/O CONNECTOR HAVING METAL COVERING PORTION TIGHTLY FIXED WITH INSULATIVE HOUSING - An I/O connector (07-05-2012
20120156935ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH AN IMPROVED METALLIC SHELL - An electrical connector assembly (06-21-2012
20120252274ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes: an insulating body, having a plurality of receiving slots formed through the insulating body; a plurality of conductive terminals, each disposed in one of the receiving slots, wherein the conductive terminal is formed with a solder contact surface, and the solder contact surface is substantially vertical; and a plurality of solders, respectively received in the receiving slots, in which the solder is in a flat shape, and each of the solders is formed with an abutting surface in a flat direction for abutting the solder contact surface.10-04-2012
20120208403ELECTRIC CONNECTOR AND ENDOSCOPE - An electric connector portion includes first and second electric contact portions which are connectable to first and second target electric contact portions, respectively, and a protective member which is movable from a protecting position where the first and second electric contact portions are protected to an opening position where the first and second electric contact portions are opened in a moving direction extending from the first electric contact portion side to the second electric contact portion side, wherein the protective member includes an opening portion which is configured to open the second electric contact portion when the protective member is arranged at the opening position.08-16-2012
20120208402Terminal Module And Method For Manufacturing The Same - The invention is a terminal module and a method for manufacturing the same. The terminal module includes an insulating body and a plurality of first and second terminals. The plurality of first and second terminals are alternatively arranged side by side and partially insert-molded within the insulating body. The plurality of first terminals and the plurality of second terminals are connected to a common terminal carrier.08-16-2012
20120108108CONNECTING TERMINAL STRUCTURE, MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THE SAME AND SOCKET - A connecting terminal structure includes a plurality of connecting terminals, each including a connecting part to be in contact with an object to be connected at an end of the connecting terminal and a plate-like fixing part at another end of the connecting terminal, a first face of the plate-like fixing part being configured to be electrically connectable; and electronic components, each including at least two electrode terminals, wherein the two electrode terminals of the electronic components are mounted on faces opposite to the first faces of the fixing parts of the connecting terminals.05-03-2012
20120315797SOCKET HOUSING - A socket housing comprises an inner part and an outer part, the inner part being formed to receive at least one electrically conductive contact element, and a wall of the outer part defining a cavity. Therein, the inner part and the outer part are arranged adjoining one another. An external diameter of the inner part is equal to or less than an internal diameter of the outer part. The socket housing is formed in one piece, the inner part and the outer part being connected via a crosspiece formed as a predetermined breaking point.12-13-2012
20120122345CONNECTOR - For an object of providing a connector which has improved heat radiating efficiency, the connector includes a terminal 05-17-2012
20090130906ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED WIRE TERMINATION ARRANGEMENT - An electrical connector (05-21-2009
20120129400FLEXIBLE CONCENTRATED WIRING CONNECTOR - Provided is a flexible concentrated wiring connector, wherein a terminal section of a flexible concentrated wiring member is prevented from being deformed and the flexible concentrated wiring member is also prevented from being damaged, in a case where a terminal connection tool is assembled to the flexible concentrated wiring member. The flexible concentrated wiring connector includes the flexible concentrated wiring member (05-24-2012
20120129399Connector Assembly - A connector assembly is provided which includes a housing and at least one conductor module. The conductor module comprises at least a first sub-module and a second sub-module attached together to form the conductor module. The conductor module is at least partially received in the housing. The housing and the first sub-module include cooperating positioning structures for positioning the at least one conductor module into the housing such that the position of the second sub-module with respect to the housing is determined by the position of the first sub-module with respect to the housing in at least a first direction (X; Z). A connector assembly is also provided in which at least one contact includes at least one contact beam of which a part is resiliently displaceable substantially parallel to a side wall of the housing from a preload position to a second position for receiving a mating contact. The housing includes a stand-off structure configured to cooperate with at least a portion of the contact to provide and maintain a separation between at least the contact portion and the first side wall in and between the preload position and the second position.05-24-2012
20120164887ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH A COVER TRANSITIONALLY ASSEMBLED ON AN INCLINED SLIDING SLOT - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing defining a mounting face, a pair of pivotal grooves on opposite sides of a rear end of the housing and a pair of locking recesses in front of the pivotal grooves respectively; a plurality of contacts arranged in the housing and a metal shell defining a pair of pivotal posts assembled in the pivotal grooves and a pair locking tabs to couple with the pair of locking recesses in a condition that the metal shell rotates to cover on the insulating housing and move forwards. The pair of pivotal posts therebetween defines an axis paralleling to the mounting face and the axis of the pair of pivotal posts is closer gradually to the mounting face during forward movement of the metal shell.06-28-2012
20120164886LOWER PROFILE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly comprises: a housing, a plurality of conductive terminals received in the housing and arranged in two rows, each conductive terminal defining a front mating portion, a retaining portion retained in the housing, and an exposing portion located behind the housing, a PCB electrically connected to the conductive terminals, and having a number of through holes through an upper and a lower surfaces thereof; a metal shell enclosing the housing and the PCB; and a cable electrically connected to the PCB. At least a row of conductive terminals are bent and pass through the through holes, and two rows of exposing portions of the conductive terminals are soldered on a surface of the PCB.06-28-2012
20120231667INTERPOSER AND JOINT TERMINAL - A joint terminal usable in an interposer. The joint terminal includes a first terminal member; and a second terminal member detachably attached to the first terminal member and electrically conductible to the first terminal member. The second terminal member includes a contact part capable of contacting with and separating from a conductor portion of a counterpart of the interposer; a spring part adapted to generate a contact pressure for pushing the contact part against the conductor portion; and an attachment part abutting on and detachably attached by a frictional force to the first terminal member. The contact part, the spring part and the attachment part are formed integrally with each other as a unitary member.09-13-2012
20120135641CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF COUPLING THE SAME TO SUBSTRATE - A disclosed connector includes a signal contact whose first end portion is to be connected to a connection terminal of another connector, wherein the signal contact is formed of an electrically conductive material; an insulating part including a groove part in which a second end portion of the signal contact is placed; a floating lead that is placed in the groove part and movable in a longitudinal direction of the groove part, wherein first end portion of the floating lead is to be in contact with the second end portion of the signal contact placed in the groove part; and a solder member adapted to electrically connect the first portion of the floating lead and the second end portion of the signal contact.05-31-2012
20120220166Stackable Cable Mount Power Connector - A stackable cable mount power connector includes a cover having a draw screw engagement pin and a connector shell having a bushing and an insert assembly positioned therein. A draw screw having a locking pin is positioned within the bushing. The bushing includes grooves for receiving the locking pin. The connector includes multiple primary contact pins having an upper portion and a lower portion. The upper portion of the primary contact pins is positioned within the bushing. The lower portion of the primary contact pins is positioned within the insert assembly. The upper portion of the primary contact pins is configured to receive secondary contact pins. The lower portion of the primary contact pins is configured to engage a power source. The connector also includes a stud positioned within the insert assembly. The stud includes slots for receiving the locking pin. When the cover is removed from the connector shell, the locking pin is positioned within the grooves of the bushing, and the draw screw is fixed within the connector and does not rotate. When the cover is attached to the connector shell, the draw screw engagement pin engages the draw screw, and can be rotated by a handle attached thereto. Attachment of the cover causes the locking pin to be positioned within the slots in the stud, and the draw screw is rotatable within the connector, thus allowing connection to a power source. The cover can be removed to allow a secondary connector to be coupled to the bushing.08-30-2012
20120171900LAMINOUS MULTI-POLYMERIC HIGH AMPERAGE OVER-MOLDED CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY FOR PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING - In an electrical connector for an electric vehicle, the spring latch is not sealed; instead, the connector body has holes allowing water entering the spring latch mechanism to drain harmlessly out of the connector. A forward-facing LED or other light source acts as a flashlight. Once the connector is connected, the forward-facing LED is switched off, and a rear-facing LED or other light source is switched on to confirm that the connector is connected and capable of charging the vehicle. The connector is produced by overmolding in a three-layer configuration, where each layer is formed of a material having advantageous materials for that layer's position in the connector.07-05-2012
20100055985ELECTRICAL CARD CONNECTOR HAVING SPRING ARMS AND PROTRUSIONS TO INCREASE RETAINING FORCE FOR CARDS - An electrical card connector comprising: an insulating housing defining a plurality of channels; a terminal module with a plurality of contacts received therein; and a clip having a pair of first elastic pieces and a second elastic piece received in the corresponding channels; a metal shield shielding over the insulating housing for defining a card receiving space, at least a spring arm defined on a top face of the metal shield shielding protruding into the receiving space; a card receiving mechanism having a receiving frame, at least a block portion corresponding to the spring arm defined on a longitudinal side of the receiving frame which pressing against said spring arm when the card receiving mechanism inserted into the card receiving space for increasing the retaining force therebetween.03-04-2010
20100048062IS-4 LEAD TO PSA INTERFACE CABLE - A universal cable connector for detachably connecting a stimulation lead to a system analyzer includes a nonconductive connector block for releasably receiving and holding fixed a proximate contact electrically in continuity with a distal electrode, a cable for selectively electrically interconnecting the proximate contact and the system analyzer, and a switch mechanism for selectively connecting electrically the system analyzer cable with the proximate contact thereby enabling the system analyzer to determine the efficacy of the chosen body tissue site. The connector block includes a nest region for receiving the proximal end of the lead and the switch mechanism includes a switch contact electrically engaged with the cable and movable between a first position disengaged from an associated and selected exposed proximate contact and a second position engaged with the proximate contact for electrically connecting the distal electrode to the system analyzer.02-25-2010
20080214053Electrical Contact Arrangement Having a First and a Second Contact Piece - A first contact piece and a second contact piece interact to give a contact configuration. The second contact piece is singled-sided and can be reversibly deformed. In order to increase the contact pressure of the second contact piece onto the first contact piece, an additional pressure element is provided. The pressure element generates contact pressure acting upon the second contact piece via a deflecting device.09-04-2008
20100279551 ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a base having a plurality of through holes, and a plurality of conducting pins respectively located in the through holes. There is a convex block located at the side wall of the base for each of the through holes. Each of the conducting pins has an arm portion. The arm portion and the convex block are located at the same side. The arm portion has a through opening, and one end of the arm portion is bent and extended to form a contacting portion. The contacting portion has an opening that links with the through opening to form a channel that makes the convex block pass through the channel without interference. Because of the lack of interference, the conducting pin will not be damaged due to contact with the convex block when the conducting pin is installed into the through hole.11-04-2010
20120178300CONNECTOR - A connector includes a plurality of terminal metal fittings that are arranged in parallel to one another and respectively have electric wire connection sections to which electric wires are electrically connected, and a connector housing that accommodates the plurality of terminal metal fittings therein. The plurality of terminal metal fittings are configured that the lengths of the electric wire connection sections are made longer in accordance with the arrangement thereof from one side toward the other side in an arrangement direction of the plurality of terminal metal fittings. The electric wires are connected to the electric wire connection sections respectively so that the electric wires extend from one end portions of the electric wire connection sections toward the one side and intersect with a longitudinal direction of the electric wire connection section.07-12-2012
20120178299SURFACE-MOUNT ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTICS CONNECTOR-PIN ASSEMBLY - A connector-pin assembly includes a frame and a plurality of pins. The frame includes a plurality of slots. The plurality of pins is insertable into the plurality of slots and are configured to provide an electrical connection between an on-board-diagnostic vehicle connector and a circuit board. The plurality of slots is configured to align the plurality of pins with connectors in the on-board-diagnostic vehicle connector.07-12-2012
20120178298ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND TERMINAL THEREOF - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing and a plurality of terminals. The terminal includes a base having an upper end and a lower end, a flexible arm extending upward from the upper end of the base, a retaining portion extending upward from the upper end of the base, and at least one holding leg extended from the lower end of the base. Each holding leg includes a transition arm extending downward from the lower end of the base and a welding portion extending downward from the transition arm. The welding portion is formed with a substantially arc-shaped inner edge. The inner edge of the holding leg defines a claw structure to retain a solder ball with the insulating housing corporately.07-12-2012
20100009572ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING A SHELL - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing (01-14-2010
20100291801ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing (11-18-2010
20120315796Cross Talk Reduction For A High Speed Electrical Connector - An electrical connector has a housing receiving one or more series of electrical contacts. Each series of electrical contacts has a plurality of ground contacts and a plurality of signal contacts. The signal contacts are positioned in between the ground contacts, and the plurality of ground contacts are integrally connected to each other by a bus bar within the housing.12-13-2012
20120225587CONNECTOR - Areas at outer edge sides of a draw-out area for wires (09-06-2012
20120083161Electrical Connector - An electrical connector for connecting with an electrical card comprises a plurality of signal terminal modules and at least one ground terminal. Each of the plurality of signal terminal modules having a pair of signal terminal and an insulation body. Each of the pair of signal terminals include a first contact portion, a first securing portion, and a first connection portion positioned between the first contact portion and the first securing portion. The insulation body is overmolded to each first connection portion of the pair of signal terminals. The ground terminal includes a pair of second contact portions, a second securing portion, and a second connection portion positioned between the pair of second contact portions and the second securing portion. The insulation body includes openings positioned to correspond to each of the pair of signal terminals, with a portion of each of the pair of signal terminals is exposed.04-05-2012
20120225585ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH EQUAL WIDTH CONNECTION PART - An electrical connector includes a plurality of transmission terminals and an insulation plate. The transmission terminals are g installed in parallel manner relative to one another, and each includes a first end, a second end and an equal-width connection part interconnecting the first end and the second end. The equal-width connection parts have the same width. The insulation plate is disposed among the transmission terminals so as to fix the transmission terminals in position with the first ends and the second ends protruding respectively and outwardly from the insulation plate.09-06-2012
20120190242CONNECTOR AND TERMINAL ARRANGEMENT MEMBER - A substrate connection part (07-26-2012
20110124229ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating body having an accommodating base and at least one tongue plate extending forwardly from the accommodating base. The tongue plate has at least one accommodating space in communication with the accommodating base. Each accommodating space being provided with at least one stopper. At least one first conductive terminal and at least one second conductive terminal are received in the accommodating base. The second conductive terminal has a second connecting portion and a second contacting portion extending towards the accommodating space. The first conductive terminal is partially located below the second connecting portion, and has at least a portion extended under the stopper. The second connecting portion is located at a level higher than that of the stopper. This arrangement can prevent the first conductive terminal from contacting with the second conductive terminal, and a normal connection of the electrical connector is guaranteed.05-26-2011
20120231666CONNECTOR - A connector to be mounted on a substrate includes a first pad and a second pad formed on the surface, including a first contact including a first contacting portion to be in contact with the first pad when the connector is mounted on the substrate; and a second contact including a second contacting portion to be in contact with the second pad when the connector is mounted on the substrate, the first contact and the second contact being configured such that the first contacting portion slides on the first pad in a first direction while the second contacting portion slides on the second pad in a second direction opposite to the first direction, when the first contact and the second contact are pushed toward the first pad and the second pad, respectively, while the connector is being placed on and fixed to the substrate.09-13-2012
20120270445CONNECTOR - The invention provides a connector including a body having insulation properties and a terminal group arranged in a row in a first direction of the body. The terminal group includes a pair of first signal terminals, a second signal terminal, and a ground terminal. The first signal terminals extend in a second direction and are adjacent to each other in the first direction. The second signal terminal extends in the second direction. The ground terminal extends in the second direction and is disposed between one of the first signal terminals and the second signal terminal. A widthwise dimension in the first direction of the ground terminal is less than twice that of each of the first signal terminals. A thicknesswise dimension of at least a part of the ground terminal in a third direction is larger than that of each of the first and second signal terminals.10-25-2012
20110212649HIGH DENSITY ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH VARIABLE INSERTION AND RETENTION FORCE - An interconnection system that includes a daughter card and backplane electrical connectors mounted to printed circuit boards at connector footprints. The spring rate of beam-shaped contacts in the daughter card connector increases while mating with the backplane connector so that the retention force may be greater than the insertion force. Such a change in spring rate may be achieved by positioning the beam-shaped contacts adjacent a surface of a connector housing. That surface may include a projection that aligns with the beam-shaped contact. When the connectors are unmated, the beam-shaped contact may be spaced from the projection. As the connectors begin to mate, a central portion of the beam-shaped contact may be pressed against the projection, which has the effect of shortening the beam length and increasing its stiffness.09-01-2011
20110223809HORIZONTALLY CONFIGURED CONNECTOR - A connector of horizontal construction includes at least a pair of first and second halves that are mated together along a common mating line. A plurality of mating blades are supported in a vertical arrangement within a mating portion of the connector. The connector includes two distinct fastenings means for holding the housing halves together. A first fastening means is provided as a horizontal attachment member that extends widthwise in the mating portion in a space between the circuit cards. A second fastening means is provided as an exterior retainer that engages at least part of the outer circumference, or perimeter of the connector.09-15-2011
20100233910ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT ARRANGEMENT ENSURING RELIABLE HIGH SPEED TRANSMISSIONN - An electrical connector (09-16-2010
20110250793Electrical Connector - An electrical connector with contact locking bodies separate from a housing which are secured from accidentally falling off the housing and prevent foreign matters from entering the connector through a gap between the contact locking bodies or through gaps between the contact locking bodies and the housing. The electrical connector includes a lower housing having a recess that opens in an upper surface, a contact that passes through the recess of the lower housing in the front-rear direction and is received therein, a lance block that is received in the recess of the lower housing from above the upper surface and prevents the contact from falling off, and an upper housing that is positioned on the upper surface side of the lower housing to cover the lance block.10-13-2011
20110256772CONTACT FIELD FOR PLUG-IN CONNECTORS - The invention relates to a contact field for a plug-in connection for a twisted-pair cabling. The contact field is equipped with several metallic contacts for a connection with a twisted-pair socket, with each metallic contact having a feed line section for a connection with a circuit board. The metallic contacts are formed from contact plates, with at least two of the feed line sections being arranged offset relative to other feed line sections.10-20-2011
20110263158ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An insulating housing of an electrical connector is separated into two parts of a mold-in portion (10-27-2011
20100221953ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT TERMINALS CONFIGURED BY INTEGRATING INDIVIDUALLY CONSTRUCTED TERMINAL UNIT - An electrical connector includes a shroud and a number of contact modules side-by-side assembled to the shroud. Each contact module includes an insulator and paired first and second contacts embedded in the insulator. The first and the second contacts respectively include first and second contact arms extending along a first direction. The first and the second contact arms respectively include first and second contacting sections under a condition that the first and the second contacting sections overlap along a second direction perpendicular to the first direction. The first and the second contacts are separate while come to mechanically touch each other when the first and the second contacts are embedded in the insulator.09-02-2010
20120088409SURFACE-MOUNT TECHNOLOGY (SMT) DEVICE CONNECTOR - A surface-mount technology (SMT) device connector (04-12-2012
20100203765ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH STAGGERED SINGLE ENDED CONTACTS - The invention relates to an electrical connector that includes an insulating connector housing containing a plurality of slots arranged in a matrix of rows and columns. A plurality of single ended contacts is received in the slots. In particular, the single ended contacts are arranged in pairs in said slots of said matrix, such that, in a first row, a first pair of said contacts accommodates slots in a first column and a second column of said matrix and, in a second row adjacent to said first row, a second pair of said contacts accommodates slots in said second column and a third column of said matrix, wherein positions corresponding respectively to the first row and the third column, and to the first column and the second row are free of contact.08-12-2010
20120329329CONNECTOR WITH DETACHABLE MODULE - A connector includes a main body and a detachable module. The main body has an insulation base and a plurality of pin header slots. The rear surface of the insulation base is provided with a plurality of troughs. The pin header slots are disposed in the troughs. Each pin header slot extends toward the top surface of the insulation base. The detachable module includes a circuit board, an integrated circuit and a plurality of pin headers both electrically connected to the circuit board. When the detachable module is assembled with the main body in such a manner that the pin headers are electrically connected to the pin header slots, a mother board connected to the main body can perform the functions of the integrated circuit of the detachable module.12-27-2012
20100216344ELECTRICL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACTS WITH SOLDER PORTION POINTING OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing with a plurality of passageways arranged in a matrix. A contact includes a base for securing the contact in the passageway, a spring portion and a soldering portion extending from the base. The soldering portions of the contacts laid in a row of the passageways are alternately arranged toward two opposite sides of the base to form two rows. Such array of soldering portions of the contact can improve contact density.08-26-2010
20120100757ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS - An electrical connector, comprising an insulative housing, at least two conductive terminals received in the insulative housing and defining an upper terminal and a lower terminal, each conductive terminal comprising a retaining portion retained in the insulative housing, a mating portion extending forwardly from the retaining portion and a soldering portion extending rearwardly from the retaining portion. The structures of the upper terminal and the lower terminal are the same as each other. The mating portions of the upper terminal and the lower terminal are arranged in two rows. The soldering portions of the upper terminal and the lower terminal are arranged in one row.04-26-2012
20100167590Contact Assembly, Method for Manufacturing Contact Assembly, and Electrical Connector - An electrical connector and a method of manufacturing an electrical connector include a contact assembly including an inner housing and a plurality of contacts. The inner housing has a plurality of contact press-fitting openings. Each of the contacts has an elastic contact member for electrically connecting to a card inserted into the electrical connector and a press-fitting member. The press-fitting member is inserted into the contact press-fitting openings in a direction perpendicular to a direction of pressing of the elastic contact members by the card.07-01-2010
20100167591CONNECTOR - A connector includes a housing, a plurality of contacts, and a restricting member. The contacts are made of a conductive material. Each of the contacts includes a contacting part and a deformed part. The contacting part protrudes from the housing, is adapted to electrically come in contact with another connector, and is displaced in a first direction when contacts the another connecter. The deformed part is accommodated in the housing and is elastically deformed when the contacting part electrically comes in contact with the another connector. The restricting member is provided in the housing, is contacted to the deformed part, and restricts a displacement of the deformed part in a direction opposite to the first direction.07-01-2010
20120149243CONNECTING STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION METHOD - A connecting structure to connect electronic components electrically through a plurality of conducting lines each including a covered segment including a wire conductor covered with an insulating covering and an uncovered segment includes a molding unit and a sealing unit. The molding unit encloses a boundary portion between the covered segment and the uncovered segment of each of the conducting lines so that the uncovered segments project in a first direction from a first end of the molding unit and the covered segments project in a second direction from a second end of the molding unit, and thereby holding the conducting lines to fix positions of the conducting lines relative to one another. The sealing member of an adhesive adheres to the second end of the molding unit and adheres to each of the covered segments of the conducting lines projecting from the second end of the molding unit.06-14-2012
20130017729FLOATING CONNECTOR SMALL IN SIZE AND IMPROVED IN STRENGTHAANM KIMURA; MasakiAACI TokyoAACO JPAAGP KIMURA; Masaki Tokyo JPAANM TAKENAGA; YuichiAACI TokyoAACO JPAAGP TAKENAGA; Yuichi Tokyo JP - A floating connector has a stationary housing, a movable housing, and a reinforcing member. The reinforcing member is made of a metal plate and is provided with a first plate portion and a second plate portion. The first plate portion is embedded in a guide portion of the stationary housing so as to extend in a depth direction. The second plate portion is embedded in the guide portion so as to extend inward in a width direction from one end in the depth direction of the first plate portion.01-17-2013
20130017730ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT MODULEAANM ZHANG; ZHI-CHENGAACI KunshanAACO CNAAGP ZHANG; ZHI-CHENG Kunshan CN - An electrical connector includes a housing (01-17-2013
20110159738CONNECTOR - A reinforcing plate fixed to a connector main body is arranged on a bottom surface of the connector main body to come into surface contact with a surface of a substrate while a plurality of holes is provided on a surface, which contacts the substrate, of the reinforcing plate. When the reinforcing plate is soldered to the substrate, therefore, a solder wraps around not only a peripheral edge of the reinforcing plate but also an edge of each of the holes so that a soldering portion between the reinforcing plate and the substrate can be sufficiently ensured.06-30-2011
20110159737ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR CAPABLE OF INTERCONNECTING ELECTRONIC DEVICES HAVING DIFFERENT CONDUCTIVE LEADS ARRANGEMENTS - An electrical connector includes an upper housing formed with a plurality of upper through holes therein, and a lower housing located under the upper housing and formed with a plurality of lower through holes therein corresponding to the upper through holes, respectively. A plurality of contacts are received within the upper housing and the lower housing, and respectively has an upper contacting portion and a lower contacting portion. At least some of the contacts extend with angles of inclination varying in sequence so that a distance defined by two neighboring lower contacting portions is larger than that defined by corresponding two neighboring upper contacting portions.06-30-2011
20080227336Contacting appliance and contacting arrangement for mobile electrical devices - The contacting appliance for temporarily establishing an electrically conductive contact is described, in particular a charging device for electrical devices. The appliance includes an accommodating entity which can be moved between at least two end locations, so that an electrical contact which is associated with the accommodating entity executes movements relative to a placement position or an insertion position of the mobile electrical device as a result of movements of the accommodating entity between the end locations. When the device is inserted into the contacting appliance, movement of the contact of the device relative to the contact of the accommodating entity is avoided.09-18-2008
20130178104ELECTRONIC DEVICE PACKAGE BOX - An electronic device package box includes a base having a pin-protruding face and a first mounting face for mounting a plurality of electronic components thereto, a plurality of first pins mounted to the base for electrical connection with the electronic components and each including a first connection section protruding from the pin-protruding face, a cover connected to and cooperating with the base to define a packaging space, and a plurality of second pins mounted to the cover for electrical connection with a plurality of electronic components. The cover has a second mounting face for mounting the electronic components thereto. Each second pin includes a second connection section protruding from one of the base and the cover.07-11-2013
20130178105ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND ASSEMBLING METHOD THEREOF - The present disclosure relates to an electrical connector and an assembling method thereof. The electrical connector includes a first insulating housing, a step-shaped second insulating housing, a plurality of first contacts, a plurality of second contacts, and a plurality of third contacts. The first and third contacts are exposed over the second insulating housing and face the same direction. The second contacts are exposed over the second insulating housing and face an opposite direction. The exposed first, second, and third contacts are capable of being soldered to a transmission cable.07-11-2013
20130178106RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR AND ASSEMBLING METHOD THEREOF - A receptacle connector including a ladder-like insulative body, a plurality of first conductive contacts and a plurality of second conductive contacts. The first conductive contacts and the second conductive contacts are exposed toward the same side over one end of the insulative body. The first conductive contacts and the second conductive contacts can be soldered to a transmission wire for data transmission. The instant disclosure further comprises an assembling method of a receptacle connector.07-11-2013
20130102199HERMAPHRODITIC INTERCONNECT SYSTEM - An electrical interconnect system employs electrical connectors in which the contacts are identical for both the male and the female side of the connection. Contacts are arranged in a linear header and multiple header pairs are arranged in a dielectric matrix or grid. The grid is an external dielectric frame capable of providing load bearing and geometry requirements. This arrangement results in a cost-effective construction that features very high electrical bandwidth capabilities and an extremely rugged product.04-25-2013
20130102198ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for connecting a cable includes an insulating housing with power contacts and signal contacts received therein, and a power bus bar connecting with one power contact. The insulating housing includes a mating face, a mounting face opposite to the mating face and defines first and second passageways extending therethrough. Each power contact forms a first engaging portion and a first contacting portion. Each signal contact forms a second engaging portion and a second contacting portion. The power bus bar has a main section extending along a first plane, a middle section extending from the main section, and a connecting section extending along a second plane perpendicular to the first plane.04-25-2013
20130102197ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing, a number of power contacts and a number of signal contacts received in the insulating housing, and a power bus bar electrically and mechanically connecting with one power contact. The insulating housing defines an opening at a rear side thereof, and defines a number of first and second passageways extending therethrough and communicating with the opening The power contacts are received in corresponding first passageways and the signal contacts are received in corresponding second passageways. Each power contact is composed by a pair of opposite power contact halves. Each power contact half defines a contacting end and an engaging end opposite to the contacting end. A fish-shape slot is defined between the two engaging ends.04-25-2013
20130102196ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for connecting a cable includes an insulating housing with power contacts and signal contacts received therein, a power bus bar connecting with one power contact, and a spacer receiving the power bus bar. The insulating housing includes a mating face, a mounting face opposite to the mating face and defines first and second passageways extending therethrough. Each power contact forms a first engaging portion and a first contacting portion. Each signal contact forms a second engaging portion and a second contacting portion. The power bus bar has a main section extending along a first plane, a middle section extending from the main section, and a connecting section extending along a second plane perpendicular to the first plane.04-25-2013
20130130554ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING IMPEDANCE MATCHED INTERMEDIATE CONNECTION POINTS - An electrical wafer for electrically connecting to a printed circuit board. The electrical wafer includes an insulative housing and at least one signal conductor disposed in the insulative housing. The at least one signal conductor includes an intermediate portion having a connection point. The connection point includes first and second ends, at least one of which has a width greater than a portion of the at least one signal conductor outside the connection point. The insulative housing has at least one aperture exposing at least a portion of the connection point. A portion of the connection point may be punched out, and a passive circuit element may be placed within the at least one aperture and mounted to the connection point. Multiple electrical wafers may be coupled together by a stiffener and connected to a backplane connector.05-23-2013
20130130555ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND CONNECTOR - There is provided an electrical connector including; a first connector having a first housing, a second connector which is mated with the first connector to be electrically connected thereto, a plurality of first connector terminals which are attached to the first housing, a plurality of through-holes which are formed in the first housing so as to be arranged in a predetermined direction and into which the first connector terminals are inserted; and a recess formed adjacently to the through-holes in the first housing. Accordingly, appearance of crack is suppressed even after the contact terminals are pressed-in by suppressing appearance of weld lines in the vicinity of through-holes.05-23-2013
20130203295CONNECTION ASSEMBLY FOR ELECTRICAL CABINET - A connection assembly for providing a plurality of connections to an interface block attached to a withdrawable unit in an electrical cabinet includes: an auxiliary contact block. the auxiliary contact block including: a first plurality of contact members for connection to the withdrawable unit; and attachment elements for attachment of the auxiliary contact block to a structural part of the electrical cabinet; and a connection block. the connection block including a plurality of contacts for providing wiring connections towards a cableway in the electrical cabinet. The connection block and the auxiliary contact block are separable.08-08-2013
20130143444Receptacle Connector - A receptacle connector is provided and includes an insulating case, a securing device and a cover. The insulating casing includes a plurality of terminal receiving passageways, a plug receiving space, a pair of protrusions on two sides of the plug receiving space. A securing device receiving space is disposed on one of the two sides. The securing device includes a horizontal portion, a first vertical portion and a second vertical portion extending downward from the horizontal portion, a first soldering portion extending horizontally from the first vertical portion, a second soldering portion extending horizontally from the second vertical portion. An engagement portion is positioned between the first vertical portion and the second vertical portion. The cover is pivotally connected to the insulating casing and includes a first protrusion receiving passageway and a second protrusion receiving passageway which communicate with each other and correspond in position with the pair of protrusions.06-06-2013
20130157512ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An I/O connector has a housing that contains a plurality of individual terminal wafers containing terminal dedicated to either ground signals or differential signals. The terminals are arranged in widthwise order to define broadside coupled differential signal terminal pairs. The ground terminals are wider than the signal terminals to provide shielding to the differential signal pairs. The body portions of the ground terminals can include notches that provide for increased retention of the ground terminals in the wafer and provide increased flow for molding material during the formation of the wafers.06-20-2013
20110230100SOCKET CONNECTOR WITH CONTACT TERMINALS ARRANGED RADIALLY CREATING DIFFERENT PITCHES IN DIFFERENT AREA - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing defining a plurality of passageways and a plurality of contacts disposed in the passageways by two arrangement manners. Each contact includes a mating portion located at an upper end and a soldering portion located at a bottom end. Wherein a first arrangement manner is that neighboring mating portions defined a distance in a same row is smaller than a distance defined by corresponding neighboring soldering portions, and neighboring mating portions defined a distance in a same column is equal to a distance defined by corresponding neighboring soldering portions. A second arrangement manner is that neighboring mating portions defined a distance in both a same row and a same column is smaller than a distance defined by corresponding neighboring soldering portions.09-22-2011
20130149904METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A CONNECTOR HAVING A NARROW-PITCH CONTACT GROUP AND CONNECTOR - Preparation is made of first and second contact assemblies in each of which ends of a plurality of contacts are respectively coupled to a plurality of coupling portions of a carrier. The coupling portions of at least one of the first and second contact assemblies are bent so as to offset the contacts in a thickness direction of the carrier. Then, the first and second contact assemblies are combined together in a state where the carriers overlap each other and the contacts are aligned with and spaced apart from each other in the same plane. After integrating the contacts, the coupling portions are cut off. Then, the integrated contacts are collectively inserted into a shell.06-13-2013
20110256774SEPARATE TEST ELECTRONICS AND BLOWER MODULES IN AN APPARATUS FOR TESTING AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT - The invention relates to an apparatus for testing an integrated circuit of an electronic device.10-20-2011
20130149905ELECTRIC CONNECTOR - The electric connector includes a housing having an opening and a bottom, the housing being formed at the bottom with a recess, at least one electric terminal projecting through a bottom of the recess into the housing, and a sealant layer composed of cured light-curing resin, the sealant layer at least partially filling the recess therewith.06-13-2013
20100304612CONTACT TERMINAL AND CONNECTOR - A contact terminal for coming into electric contact with a mating terminal of a mating component, the contact terminal includes a rotating member including protrusions on the surface, the rotating member rotates with an advance of the mating terminal, and a spring member that rotatably supports the rotating member and asserts the rotating member against the advancing mating terminal.12-02-2010
20100317233ELECTRICAL CONNECTION SYSTEM - Provided is a connection structure between electronic modules, each having a plurality of terminals and a plurality of electrodes, and more particularly, an electrical connection system between electrical modules in which terminals and electrodes included in electronic modules are easily connected in an electrical manner.12-16-2010
20100317232LOW PROFILE SOCKET CONNECTOR AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME - An electrical connector includes a base plate, a plurality of contacts, and a plurality of solder portions. The base plate has a plurality of through holes extending from a top surface and a bottom surface therebetween. The contacts is assembled in through holes, and each contact comprises a spring portion disposed upon the top surface, a soldering portion passing through the through hole and with a tail extending beyond the bottom surface, and a stopping portion connecting the spring portion and the soldering portion and abutting against the top surface. The solder portions are attached to the tails of the soldering portions for fixing the contacts to the base plate.12-16-2010
20110312220BATTERY CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME - An electrical connector including an insulative housing and a plurality of terminals secured in the housing. The insulative housing defines a mating surface, an assembling surface opposite to the mating surface and a plurality of passageways penetrating through the mating surface and the assembling surface. Each passageway defines two parallel first grooves at each inside wall thereof which run through the assembling surface. A slit are located in front of the first groove and extends perpendicular to and communicates with the first grooves. The terminals are inserted into and received in the passageways from the assembling surface of the insulative housing. Each terminal includes a retention portion with barbs at lateral sides thereof The barbs of the retention portions pass through the first grooves from the assembling surface and are pressed in the slits in a first direction perpendicular to the assembly surface.12-22-2011
20120282811ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THE SAME - An electrical connector assembly (11-08-2012
20130157510ELECTRICAL 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
20130157511CONNECTION FOR A TWO-POLE ELECTRICAL DEVICE - The disclosure relates to a two-pole electrical device having a two conductor that allows for universal radial orientation of a mating connector and harness. A mating connector for the two-pole electrical device is also disclosed. The mating connector is fastened to the two-pole electrical device in a way to ensure secure connection in automotive and heavy duty applications.06-20-2013
20110312223ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ADAPTED FOR PLURAL DIFFERENT MATING CONNECTORS - An electrical connector adapted for at least two different mating connectors, comprises an insulative housing, a plurality of contacts retained on the housing, and a metal shell covering the insulative housing. The insulative housing has a base and a tongue forwardly extending from the base. Each contact has a contact portion extending to the tongue. The metal shell has a top wall, a bottom wall and two side walls connecting two side edges of the top wall and bottom wall. The bottom wall has an upward protruding portion to form a first mating opening together with the top wall and the side walls for receiving a first mating connector, and at least one downward recessed portion to form a second mating opening together with the top wall, the two side walls and the protruding portion for receiving a second mating connector which is different from the first mating connector.12-22-2011
20110312222MULTI-ELECTRODE HOLDERS - Various embodiments of a multi-electrode holder are described. In one embodiment, the multi-electrode holder is employed to electrically connect a plurality of replaceable electrodes to a cable. In this embodiment, the multi-electrode holder includes a substrate, a plurality of independently actuatable contacts, and a connector, for connection to a cable, in electrical communication with the plurality of contacts. A plurality of channels may be formed in the substrate to receive at least two electrodes. In such a case, each contact may be aligned with a channel to retain an electrode disposed therein and to make electrical contact with such electrode. Alternatively, a plurality of electrode through-holes, for receiving electrodes, may be formed through the substrate. In this case, one end of a given electrode is retained by a contact and makes electrical contact therewith, while the other end of the electrode extends through an electrode through-hole.12-22-2011
20110312221Board-To-Board Connector - A board-to-board connector comprises a first connector (12-22-2011
20120021652POWER ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED METAL SHELL - An electrical connector includes a metal shell, an insulative housing and at least one terminal retained in the insulative housing. The metal shell defines a front-to-rear direction and a lateral direction perpendicular to the front-to-rear direction and includes a pair of elastic arms extending rearward from a rear edge thereof and a pair of latch portions extending along the lateral direction from free tips of the elastic arms. The insulative housing comprises a base portion and a mating portion extending forwardly from the base portion. The base portion defines a pair of protrusions extending along the lateral direction. The terminal includes a contact portion disposed on the mating portion. The metallic shell is assembled to the insulative housing in the front-to-rear direction. The latch portions of the metal shell lock with the protrusions of the housing so as to secure the shell to the insulative housing.01-26-2012
20120021651ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector comprises a housing, a plurality of first, second and third terminals and a shield fitting over an exterior of the housing. The housing comprises a base and a tongue with a front end; the base is provided with a base wall and an assembly slot that receives the tongue. The tongue can include a U-shaped flange that mates to the assembly slot and extends convexly forward from the base wall to support the posterior of the tongue. Each first terminal is provided with an elastic contact which is exposed on the top surface. Each second terminal is provided with a second contact exposed on the top surface and closer to the front end of the tongue than the elastic contacts. Each third terminal is provided with a third contact that is exposed on the bottom surface.01-26-2012
20120021650VISIBLE OPEN FOR SWITCHGEAR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly may include a connector body having a conductor receiving end, a first link interface, a second link interface, a first connector end, and a visible open port between the first link interface and the second link interface. The first link interface may be conductively coupled to the conductor receiving end and the second link interface may be spaced axially from the first link interface and conductively coupled to the first connector end. The first link interface and the second link interface are configured to receive a link assembly therein. An insulative material may be positioned within the connector body axially between the first link interface and the second link interface. At least a portion of the insulative material may be visible through the visible open port.01-26-2012
20120028502SOCKET CONNECTOR WITH CONTACT TERMINAL HAVING WAVEFORM ARRANGEMENT ADJACENT TO TAIL PORTION PERFECTING SOLDER JOINT - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing with a number of through holes extending therethrough, a number of contacts assembled to the insulative housing, and a number of solder balls disposed in the though holes and each is clasped by the tail and insulative housing. Each contact includes a vertical base portion secured to a first side of the through hole, a contact engaging arm extending from a top end of the base portion, and a solder portion extending from a bottom end of the base portion. The solder portion has a wave arrangement below the base portion and projecting from the base portion to a second side of the through hole which opposites to said first side, and a tail extending downwardly from the wave arrangement and capable of moving from the first side to the second side.02-02-2012
20130196544ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH MULTIPLE DETECT MECHANISM THEREOF - An electrical connector, adapted for mounting to a mother board and mating with a plug, includes an insulative housing with a mating tongue forwardly extending therefrom, a plurality of contacts disposed in the housing with contacting sections exposed on the mating tongue and a metallic shell covering the housing. The metallic shell defines a mating cavity surrounding the mating tongue and has a plurality of spring tangs extending into the mating cavity. A detect member is assembled to a bottom of the electrical connector, and includes a printed circuit board with some dome switches under corresponding spring tang and some additional detection pins electrically connecting the dome switches. When the plug is inserted, the spring tangs will deflect downwardly and activate the dome switch.08-01-2013
20130196545TERMINAL CONNECTION STRUCTURE - [Problem to be Solved] To provide a terminal connection structure which is downsized and which can easily connect terminal fixtures together without producing the variation in electric resistance between the terminal fixtures.08-01-2013
20120295484MODULE SOCKET - The Present Disclosure is a module socket for mounting a module on a mounting member, in which the module socket has a first connector including a flat housing, a first conductive pattern arranged on the mating side surface of the housing, and a male terminal protruding from a surface of the first conductive pattern, and a flat second connector formed from plate-shaped metal and including a female terminal elastically interposing the male terminal, and in which either the first conductor or the second conductor is attached to the module and the other is attached to the mounting member.11-22-2012
20120088410CONNECTOR AND SEMICONDUCTOR TESTING DEVICE INCLUDING THE CONNECTOR - Each of the signal terminal and the ground terminal includes a first extending portion extending toward its tip end, and a second extending portion extending in a direction opposite to the first extending portion. The first extending portion is formed such that a width thereof is smaller than a width of the second extending portion. The housing includes a first housing into which the first extending portions are inserted, and a second housing into which the second extending portions are inserted. The second housing is formed separately from the first housing, and the first housing includes a wall portion located between the first extending portion of the signal terminal and the first extending portion of the ground terminal.04-12-2012
20130210280ELECTRONIC CARD CONNECTOR - An electronic card connector comprises an insulating body defining a bottom surface and a top surface opposite to the bottom surface, and a plurality of terminals contained in the insulating body. Each terminal comprises a base comprising a main portion, a spring portion extending from the base, a contact portion extending from the spring portion to outside of the insulating body, a first soldering portion recessed in a first end of the base and a second soldering portion separated from the first soldering portion. The first soldering portion and the main portion form a slit therebetween.08-15-2013

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