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For coupling to edge of printed circuit board or to coupling part secured to such edge

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439 - Electrical connectors

439625000 - WITH INSULATION OTHER THAN CONDUCTOR SHEATH

439626000 - Plural-contact coupling part

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
439630000 Having elongated slot for receiving edge of printed circuit board 135
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20120202387MEZZANINE CONNECTOR - A footprint of an electronic assembly formed from conductive pads on a surface of a printed circuit board. One or more vias may connect each pad to a conductive structure within the printed circuit board. The footprint may be such that the vias for the pads are aligned along columns, leaving wide routing channels between the columns. The pads may have different shapes. For example, some of the pads may each have two solder attachment regions that are electrically connected to a ground plane, while other pads may each have one solder attachment region that is electrically connected to a signal trace. The solder attachment regions may be arranged in such a pattern that they align with respective contact tails of a connector assembly. A signal path may be formed between a solder attachment region and a corresponding contact tail through a solder ball attached to the contact tail.08-09-2012
20090191761Electrical Card connector - An electrical card connector (07-30-2009
20090191760Card edge connector and method of manufacturing the same - A card edge connector includes a housing, a first conductive part, a second conductive part, a supporting conductive part, a connecting element, a first harness, and a second harness. The housing has an insertion hole for receiving an electronic substrate therein. The first conductive part and the second conductive part are disposed in the insertion hole and are configured to come in contact with respective terminals disposed on a surface of the electronic substrate. The supporting conductive part is disposed in the housing in such a manner that supporting conductive part is farther away from the surface of the electronic substrate than the first conductive part is. The connecting element couples the second conductive part and the supporting conductive part, the first harness is coupled with the first conductive part, and the second harness is coupled with the supporting conductive part.07-30-2009
20130045636TERMINAL CONNECTED TO PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD AND CONNECTOR INCLUDING THE SAME - A terminal connected to a printed circuit board by sandwiching the printed circuit board therebetween includes a first contact part making contact with an upper surface of the printed circuit board, and a second contact part making contact with a lower surface of the printed circuit board, the second contact part being in facing relation with the first contact part, the first contact part including a resilient contact piece making contact with the upper surface, and a support part for supporting the contact piece, the contact piece having a width smaller than a width of the support part, the second contact part having a width smaller than a width of the support part, the contact piece having a length greater than a length of the second contact part, the lengths being measured in a direction perpendicular to a plane defined by the printed circuit board.02-21-2013
20130045635HIGH-SPEED INTERFACE CONNECTOR - A high-speed interface connector is used for connecting a cable or a memory card each having a differential transmission system signal pin arrangement including a pair of differential transmission signaling pins that are adjacent to each other and two stable potential pins provided on both sides of the pair of differential transmission signaling pins, the two stable potential pins having potentials different from each other. The connector includes: a first and a second contact terminals for differential transmission respectively connected to the pair of differential transmission signaling pins; and a third and a fourth contact terminals provided on both sides of the first and the second contact terminal, the third contact terminal adjacent to the first contact terminal being connected to one of the two stable potential pins, and the fourth contact terminal adjacent to the second contact terminal having a potential identical to that of the third contact terminal.02-21-2013
20100075538ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for connecting a circuit board includes a plurality of blades; a plurality of terminals disposed on each of the blades and extending in parallel to each other; and a holding member for holding the blades next to each other to be situated on a same plane. Further, each of the blades includes a base member, and the terminals are integrated with the base member.03-25-2010
20130078862CARD EDGE CONNECTOR - A card edge connector includes an elongated housing; upper and lower stage contacts and held by the housing; and arm members for pressing, toward a connector mounting surface, a memory module to be displaced in a direction away from the connector mounting surface. Inserting an arm inserted portion of each arm member in an insertion groove of the housing allows the housing to hold each arm member freely swingable about the arm inserted portion with respect to the housing. Hemispherical projections for securing at least a predetermined amount of gap amounts of swing gaps are provided in the swing gaps and formed in the longitudinal direction of the housing between the arm member within the insertion groove and the housing.03-28-2013
20090239419Connector header with wire wrap pins - A connector header (09-24-2009
20130034998STRADDLE MOUNT CONNECTOR FOR A PLUGGABLE TRANSCEIVER MODULE - A straddle mount connector is provided for edge mounting to a circuit board of a pluggable module. The straddle mount connector includes a dielectric connector body having a base and a plug extending from the base. The base is configured to be coupled to an edge of the circuit board. The plug has opposite first and second sides and a plate cavity that extends within the plug between the first and second sides. The plug is configured to be received within a receptacle of a receptacle connector. Electrical contacts are held by the connector body. The electrical contacts include mating segments. The mating segments of a first group of the electrical contacts are arranged in a first row that extends a length along the first side of the plug. The mating segments of a second group of the electrical contacts are arranged in a second row that extends a length along the second side of the plug. A ground plate is held within the plate cavity of the plug of the connector body. The ground plate extends between the first and second rows of electrical contacts along the lengths of the first and second rows.02-07-2013
20130040497PCB CONNECTION UNIT - An electronic device comprising a base printed circuit board (PCB); a first edge card socket mounted on said base PCB, said socket having PCB contacts; and a PCB connection unit having PCB contacts thereon, said unit being slideably connectable to said first edge card socket and adapted to be slideably inserted into, and to make electrical contact with, a second edge card socket mounted on a second base PCB.02-14-2013
20130072067PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD AND WIRING METHOD OF PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD - A printed circuit board includes a rigid substrate having a card edge connector part connected to a host board, a primary signal line configured to be connected to the card edge connector part on the rigid substrate, a connection pad configured to be connected to the primary signal line at an edge that is opposite to another edge to which the card edge connector part is connected and the connection pad is electrically connected to another substrate, and a lead wiring connected to the connection pad.03-21-2013
20090269985Contact element for a connecting terminal, connecting terminal, and plug link for a contact element - The invention relates to a contact element (10-29-2009
20120115368Contact, and card adaptor and card connector having the same - In a contact of the present invention, a first plate spring piece portion 05-10-2012
20120270446LOW PROFILE CONNECTION SYSTEM - Accordingly, the board-to-board connector of the Present Disclosure comprises a first connector mounted on a surface of a first board and a second connector mounted on a surface of a second board and mating with the first connector. The first connector includes a flat-shaped main body part, a first conductive body placed on the mating surface of the main body part, and a plurality of male terminals protruding from the surface of the first conductive body. The second connector is a flat-shaped material formed from flat-shaped metal, and includes a plurality of female terminals flexibly retaining the male terminals. Positioning of the male and female terminals is accomplished by the male terminals being retained by the female terminals.10-25-2012
20100041276ELECTRICAL CARD CONNECTOR WITH MOVEABLE HOUSING - An electrical card connector includes a first insulative housing (02-18-2010
20120264335HIGH DENSITY ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD - A high density mated pair connector having a printed circuit board (“PCB”) and a contact module to facilitate electrical connections through the mated pair connector. A receptacle assembly accepts receptacle cables and electrically connects the receptacle cables to a receptacle PCB coupled with a receptacle body. A plug assembly accepts plug cables and electrically connects the plug cables to a plug PCB coupled with a plug body. A contact module is coupled with the plug body and has a plurality of contacts. A first end of the plurality of contacts electrically connects with the plug PCB. A second end of the plurality of contacts is configured to electrically connect with the receptacle PCB. Upon mating, the plurality of contacts of the contact module couple to the receptacle PCB, thus electrically connecting the receptacle cables with the plug cables.10-18-2012
20120289093CONNECTOR - A connector is capable of facilitating a rotation manipulation of a pressing member. A pair of first manipulation portions projecting backward from both sides in the width direction are provided on the back ends of the pressing member, and the first manipulation portions are for performing the pressing manipulation in the top-to-bottom direction with a finger upon rotation of the pressing member. The length from the rotation fulcrum of the pressing member to each first manipulation portion (power point) is increasable, and the pressing force for performing the rotation manipulation of the pressing member is reducible. The protrusions projecting upward are on the back end sides of the first manipulation portions. Furthermore, the first manipulation portions are outside in the width direction of the pressing member from the terminals.11-15-2012
20100035473CARD EDGE CONNECTOR HAVING AN IMPROVED SPACER - A card edge connector (02-11-2010
20120190243COMPACT ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connection device comprises a receptacle connector disposed on a side of a circuit board and a plurality of terminals. The receptacle connector comprises a housing, the housing having a body; an accommodating groove locating in the front of the body and opening upwards; a plurality of terminal grooves provided in the body, intervally arranged and in communication with the accommodating groove. The terminals are correspondingly disposed into the terminal grooves, respectively and each of the terminals can include a fixing portion uprightly secured in the first terminal groove; an U-shaped resilient arm folded forwards and then extending upwards from a lower end of the fixing portion; a contact portion formed at a distal end of the U-shaped resilient arm and extending into the accommodating groove; and a soldering portion extending upwards from an upper end of the fixing portion.07-26-2012
20100112868ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A connector, shaped to receive the edge region of an automotive glazing between opposing connector arms, is described. A surface of the automotive glazing is provided with a first electrical function situated thereon. At least one connector arm carries wiring for the automotive glazing electrical function. Preferably, the connector further comprises a cap which covers one connector arm and a connection between the wiring carried by that arm to the electrical function on the surface of the glazing05-06-2010
20110207372Electrical Connector With Push-In Termination - An electrical connector having a housing adapted to receive at least one conductor of a stripped end of a wire, the electrical connector further including at least one terminal assembly, wherein the at least one terminal assembly includes a retention member adapted to engage the at least one conductor via a push-in wire termination. The housing may be configured with a cap that engages the housing and which can be pressed to permit a respective conductor to be inserted into or removed from a corresponding wire entry port. The cap may include a port through which the at least one conductor passes. The housing may have a first portion adapted to receive an edge of a printed circuit board and a second portion adapted to receive the at least one conductor of a stripped end of a wire.08-25-2011
20090275237SIM Card Connector - A SIM card connector includes a dielectric housing and a plurality of electric terminals. The dielectric housing has a base, a plurality of receiving grooves is opened in the base, a receiving space is formed above the base for receiving a SIM card. The electric terminal secured to the dielectric housing has a fixing portion fixed to the base of the dielectric housing, an elastic portion bending upward from the fixing portion and extending into the corresponding receiving groove, and a contacting portion continuously extending from the elastic portion and protruding into the receiving space to electrically the SIM card. A curving portion is curved downward from the contacting portion, and a connecting portion extends continuously from the curving portion and is fixed to the base.11-05-2009
20090280691LOW PROFILE CABLE ASSEMBLY - A cable assembly (11-12-2009
20100136839PRINTED BOARD CONNECTOR - The present invention provides a printed board connector, and the printed board connector includes an insulating casing, a plurality of signal modules, and a plurality of metal shielding elements. The insulating casing includes a rib. The rib extends a plurality of insulating shielding walls downwardly and the signal modules are received between the insulating shielding walls and are tightly mounted in the rib. The metal shielding elements are received between the insulating shielding walls and are tightly mounted in the rib and the signal modules. When a user presses the printed circuit connector to connect with a circuit board, the rib guides and positions the signal modules and the metal shielding elements, moreover, the rib enhances the strength of the assembling with the circuit board.06-03-2010
20080268713CONNECTOR FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES - Various embodiments are provided herein for a connector that can provide electrical and mechanical coupling between first and second objects. The connector generally comprises at least one connecting element that has at least one first and second contact portion, at least one guidance portion located towards the end of the at least one connecting element and adjacent to one of the at least one first and second contact portions; and a biasing portion that is adjacent to the at least one first and second contact portions. The biasing portion is configured to provide an electrical connection between the at least one first and second contact portions and to resiliently move the at least one connecting element from a first position to a second position to provide a mechanical coupling force to the first and second objects.10-30-2008
20120142222CONNECTOR AND DISPLAY APPARATUS HAVING THE SAME - A connector is used to transmit a signal from a flexible board to an external device. The connector includes an actuator, a supporter, contact terminals, and an outer cover. The actuator includes a body having a slit opened to a front surface and extended in a longitudinal direction of the slit, and a pivot positioned at opposing longitudinal ends of the body. The slit receives the flexible board inserted from the front surface direction. The actuator is rotated with reference to the pivot. The supporter extends in the longitudinal direction and is adjacent to the front surface of the actuator. The contact terminals extend through the supporter and the body, and protrude into the slit. The actuator receives the flexible board when at a first position, and each contact terminal makes contact with the flexible board when the actuator is at a second position different from the first position.06-07-2012
20090275238Electrical card connector with a metal retention mechanism - A card connector, comprising: an insulative housing having a base, a pair of sidewalls protruding from two opposite sides of the base, a joint slot defined on an end of each sidewall, a retention block protruding from the outer surface on the other end of each sidewall; a plurality of contacts held within the base, the contacts having contact sections extending above the base; a metal retention mechanism having a pair of side arms with a planar section defined therebetween, a first opening and a second opening defined adjacently on each of side arms, the retention block held in the first opening; a metal cover including a top section, a second sidewall and a retention piece defined on each side of the top section cooperating with said second opening of the metal retention mechanism, each second sidewall defining a shaft section protruding into the joint slot, the retention piece held in the second sidewall when assembly.11-05-2009
20090029595Electrical card connector - An electrical card connector (01-29-2009
20090203262Method 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.08-13-2009
20090209135Electrical connector for a printed circuit card and hermetically tight electrical case containing one such connector - An electrical connector designed to be connected to the edge of a printed circuit card having a first face placed in contact with a support. Said connector comprises at least one metal blade designed to be in contact with an electrical track placed on a second face of the printed circuit card, and at least one securing means designed to secure the electrical connector on the edge of said card. Said at least one metal blade is designed to exert a gripping force on the printed circuit card to keep the latter in contact with the support, movement of the electrical connector and of the printed circuit card being limited in at least one direction perpendicular to the faces of the printed circuit card.08-20-2009
20090117782Card connector - A card connector includes a first housing, a plurality of first terminals, a second housing and a plurality of second terminals. A plurality of accepting grooves are arranged in the first housing. An inserting groove is opened in the inner side of the accepting groove. The first terminals are accepted in the accepting grooves. A plurality of accepting holes are opened in the second housing. Each of the second terminals includes a welding portion and a base portion. The second terminal is arranged in the second housing. The welding portion projects out from the bottom of the second housing. The second housing is fixed on the bottom of the first housing. While the card connector is welded on a PCB, and the welding portion of the second terminal connects to the PCB, a space is formed between the card connector and the PCB.05-07-2009
20110223811SATA ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND ASSEMBLY THEREOF - A SATA electrical connector extends a lateral rib and a longitudinal guiding portion from a base surface of an insulator. The insulator and the terminals have intimate engagements, for minimizing height and width of the entire structure. The electrical connector can be joined to another electrical connector for forming an electrical connector assembly.09-15-2011
20090221184Card Connector - A card connector is configured for receiving a generally rectangular card therein. The card has contact pads and generally parallel first and second sides with a cut-away portion formed in the first side in proximity to a front end of the card. The cut-away portion includes a short length extending from the front end generally parallel to the first side, and a tapered shoulder part extending from the short length to the first side. The connector includes an insulative housing with first and second spaced apart sidewalls that define a cavity therein for receiving the card in an insertion direction. A tapered surface is provided adjacent the first sidewall to guide an improperly inserted card at an angle to the insertion direction and a second sidewall recess is formed in the second sidewall to permit entrance of a corner part of such improperly inserted card. A plurality of electrically conductive terminals are mounted in the housing and configured to engage the contact pads of the card upon proper insertion of the card into the housing. A metal shell is also mounted on the housing.09-03-2009
20090061689ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for engaging with an electronic card has a insulative housing with a plurality of receiving spaces, a plurality of terminals respectively mounted in the receiving spaces of the insulative housing, and an operating member pivotally connected to the insulative housing. The operating member controls the terminals in the insulative housing to be moved for electrically and mechanically engagement with the electronic card. Each of the terminals has a base portion, an upper arm and a lower arm. The upper arm is connected to the base portion at a joint as a first fulcrum. The lower arm is connected to the base portion at another joint as a second fulcrum. As the operating member pivotally moves to a predetermined position, the upper arm and the lower arm respectively rotate about the first fulcrum and the second fulcrum to securely grasp the electronic card.03-05-2009
20110244730CONNECTOR AND PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD FOOT PATTERN FOR A CONNECTOR - A connector, and printed circuit board foot pattern for a connector which can efficiently transmit a high-speed differential signal are provided. In a connector 10-06-2011
20110244729AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN NEIGHBORING CONNECTORS - A connector for a first wiring board of a first module type apparatus and a second wiring board of a second module type apparatus, the connector providing electrical connection between the first wiring board of the first module type apparatus and the second wiring board of the second module type apparatus when the first module type apparatus and the second module type apparatus are engaged with each other, the connector includes a housing; a first terminal; and a second terminal.10-06-2011
20110092103HOUSING BASE FOR AN ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector system includes a header connector that includes a header housing and a header contact. The header housing includes a header base and a header shroud extending from the header base. The header base includes a header contact opening. The header contact is held by the header base within the header contact opening. The system also includes a receptacle connector configured to mate with the header connector. The receptacle connector includes a receptacle housing and a receptacle contact that engages the header contact when the header and receptacle connectors are mated together. The receptacle housing includes a receptacle base and a receptacle shroud extending from the receptacle base. The receptacle base includes a receptacle contact opening. The receptacle contact is held by the receptacle base within the receptacle contact opening. The receptacle contact opening has a common size and shape to the header contact opening.04-21-2011
20100062646Card connector - A card connector is configured for receiving a card having contact pads with the card having a thickness and a width perpendicular to the thickness. The card connector includes a housing with a slot for receiving the card and conductive terminals within the housing and which contact the contact pads of the card. A switch includes a first contact member and a second contact member wherein the first contact member is moveable in a direction parallel to the thickness direction of the card upon insertion of the card into the housing such that the first contact member moves relative to the second contact member.03-11-2010
20090215317CONNECTOR FOR ELECTRONIC DEVICES - Various embodiments are provided herein for a connector that can provide electrical and mechanical coupling between first and second objects. In one broad aspect, the connector generally comprises at least one connecting element that has at least one first and at least one second contact portions; at least one guidance portion located towards an end of a given connecting element and adjacent to the at least one first contact portion; a straight end portion comprising the at least one second contact portion, and connected to one of the first and second objects by a solder connection; and a biasing portion that is adjacent to the at least one first contact portion and the straight end portion. The biasing portion is configured to provide an electrical connection between the at least one first and the at least one second contact portions and to resiliently move the given connecting element from a first position to a second position to provide a mechanical coupling force to the first and second objects.08-27-2009
20110070775DELAYED CONTACT ACTION CONNECTOR - A connector having a plurality of terminals for connecting to a circuit card and a method therefore are disclosed. The connector includes a socket having a casing with an aperture for receiving the circuit card therein and a plurality of terminals made of electrically conductive material. At least one of the plurality of terminals includes an elongated portion and a substantially L-shaped portion joined together by a U-shaped portion. The elongated portion has a proximal end and a distal end, and includes a support section and a bending section between the proximal end and the distal end. The terminal is secured to the casing by the support section at or near the proximal end of the elongated portion. The U-shaped portion is disposed at the distal end of the elongated portion. The terminal continues from the U-shaped portion to a region approximately halfway towards the proximal end of the elongated portion and turns away from the elongated portion thereby forming the substantially L-shaped portion. The L-shaped portion ends in a lip section curving towards the proximal end of the elongated portion.03-24-2011
20120202386MEZZANINE CONNECTOR - A two-piece mezzanine connector for high speed, high density signals. One piece of the connector may have conductive elements with beam-shaped mating contacts. The beams may include openings to control mechanical properties while allowing edge to edge spacing between adjacent beams to be selected to provide desired electrical properties. The openings may be teardrop shaped, with a larger width at a distal end of the beams. Beams associated with signal conductors may have openings that are shaped differently from openings of beams associated with ground conductors. For a first connector piece, mating contact regions of signal conductors may be wider than mating contact regions of ground conductors. For a second connector piece adapted to mate with the first connector piece, mating contact regions of signal conductors may be narrower than mating contact regions of ground conductors. These contact shapes may provide float while maintaining a high contact density.08-09-2012
20110053423SELF-LOCKING ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT CARD MOUNTING ASSEMBLIES AND METHODS - Electronic circuit card mounting assemblies and methods are disclosed. An electronic circuit card and an electronic equipment system include mating connectors to operatively couple the circuit card to the equipment system. The circuit card and the equipment system also include respective mating elements of a mounting assembly that engage each other to releasably mount the electronic circuit card to the electronic equipment system. The connectors and the elements of the mounting assembly are positioned to releasably hold the connectors in an operative position when the circuit card is mounted to the equipment system. Related methods of manufacturing electronic circuit cards and equipment systems are also provided. In one embodiment, the mounting assembly elements include a key and a socket to receive the key, and the key and the socket control one or more of a circuit card insertion force, a circuit card retention force, and a circuit removal force.03-03-2011
20090176411Electrical card connector - An electrical card connector (07-09-2009
20110189895CONNECTOR - The present invention provides a card edge connector as a high-speed differential signal connector configured to equalize electric potentials of ground contacts adjacent to signal line contacts, and thus to reduce crosstalk between adjacent signal line contacts. The card edge connector serves as a female connector in which multiple signal line contacts and multiple ground contacts are arranged in parallel in at least one row. In the card edge connector, the signal line contacts and the ground contacts are arranged in a way that every two signal line contacts for high-speed signals to send and return respectively therethrough are interposed between two ground contacts, and all of the multiple ground contacts arranged in the one row are electrically connected to one another by use of a common contact.08-04-2011
20110189896ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A circuit board electrical connector to be disposed on a circuit board includes a housing and a plurality of terminals arranged in the housing. The housing includes a receiving space with an upper opening portion to receive a flat conductive member and a housing space with a lower opening portion that communicates with the receiving space. Each of the terminals has a connecting section and a contact section. The circuit board electrical connector has a portion to house a middle section of the terminal between the connecting section and the contact section. The portion is a region includes a range that overlaps at least with the upper opening portion and lower opening portion when viewed from an upper side, and is made wider at a gap between an inner surface of the housing space and the terminal than a gap other than the region.08-04-2011
20090298344Connector system - The invention relates to a connector system for the transmission of high-frequency signals, in particular on twisted-pair lines, wherein the connector system has a socket for accommodating a plug, a terminal for the connection of an at least two-conductor cable and a printed circuit board with at least two electric signal conductors for connecting the socket to the terminal, wherein at least one conductor path section with free floating potential is provided in the area of the printed circuit board, which section is coupled capacitively and/or inductively to at least two different signal conductors.12-03-2009
20110318967CARD CONNECTOR - The card connector, into which an IC card having a plurality of pads arranged in parallel at front and back positions is inserted, includes a plurality of contacts each contacting a corresponding one of the plurality of pads of the IC card and a base member that supports the plurality of contacts. Each of the plurality of contacts has a first and a second elastic piece each having a contact point portion that electrically contacts a pad of the IC card. The first and second elastic pieces are formed such that contact pressures of the respective contact point portions against the pads are different from each other. The plurality of contacts is arranged on the base member in parallel at front and back positions and a first and a second contact piece are arranged in an opposite manner in contacts aligned linearly at front and back positions.12-29-2011
20110070776CONNECTOR - To provide a connector which is capable of reducing the possibility that a cover is removed due to a cause other than an operation of removing a card when the cover is in a locked position, even if a height of the connector is reduced.03-24-2011
20120108109ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH GROUNDING BARS THEREIN TO REDUCE CROSS TALKING - An electrical connector includes an insulated housing defining an uninterrupted tongue portion with opposite first surface and second surface, the first surface defining a rib and a plurality of contacts loaded in the tongue portion. The contacts include first contacts with contacting sections loaded in the first surface at one side of the rib, second contacts with contacting section loaded in the first surface at another side of the rib and third contacts with contacting section loading in the second surface opposite to the rib. Each of the first and third contacts is composed of signal contacts and grounding contacts. Two distinct grounding bars are embedded in the tongue section and touch with front ends of grounding contacts of the first and third contacts respectively to reduce cross talk between signal contact of the first and third contacts.05-03-2012
20120129402RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR HAVING CONTACT MODULES AND PLUG CONNECTOR HAVING A PADDLE BOARD - A connector assembly has a receptacle connector and a plug connector adapted for inserting in the receptacle connector. The receptacle connector (05-24-2012
20120077387CARD CONNECTOR - A card connector includes a housing having terminal members into which a card is inserted. The card connector also includes a card insertion space, defined by a top plate, a bottom plate and two side plates, the opposing plates mutually facing each other. The side plates linking the edges of the top and bottom plates. The card insertion space also has a front and a rear edge opening in which the front and rear edges of the card are exposed. The card connector also includes connection terminals, integrated with and mounted in the housing and in contact with the terminal members. One of the side plates has a card retaining member, engaged with a first concave member formed on the side edge of the card, and a position-determining member, engaged with a second concave member formed on the side edge of the card to determine the position of the card.03-29-2012
20120077386CABLE ASSEMBLY WITH CONVENIENT ASSEMBLY PROCESS - A cable assembly comprises: a metal sheet having a body portion defining a receiving hole, a connector received in the receiving hole of the metal sheet and a PCB electrically connected to the conductive terminals and located on the connector. The PCB is fastened on the metal sheet and perpendicular to the body portion of the metal sheet. The connector comprises a set of conductive terminals, an insulative housing enclosing the conductive terminals, a shell made of metal material and located on the front the insulative housing.03-29-2012
20100304614ELECTRONIC DEVICE AND FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD - According to one embodiment, an electronic device includes a connector, and a flexible printed wiring board having a board main body provided with a first surface with a conductor provided thereon, a second surface opposite to the first surface, and a front end contacting the connector, and a reinforcing plate contacting the second surface at the front end to reinforce the board main body. A projection is provided on the connector in contact with the flexible wiring board. The reinforcing plate includes a recess portion in which the projection is fitted. The recess portion has a space increased in size toward and opening to an end face of the reinforcing plate corresponding to the front end, and an opening provided in the end face and communicating with the space.12-02-2010
20090305567Card connector - A card connector comprises an insulating housing having contact receiving slots. An engaging portion is formed on a side of the housing and has a first fixing position and a second fixing position. A plurality of terminals is received in the receiving slots. An ejector comprises a card ejecting plate assembled to the housing and a push bar movable disposed on the engaging portion of the housing and connected with the card ejecting plate. A fixing portion is formed on an internal side of the push bar. The push bar drives the card ejecting plate to move between a card receiving position wherein the fixing portion is located at the first fixing position and a card ejected position wherein the fixing portion is located at the second fixing position.12-10-2009
20120083163BACKPLANE CONNECTOR WITH GUIDING ELEMENTS - A backplane connector has a housing and multiple terminal assemblies. The housing has a top, a bottom and an expansion slot defined in the top. The terminal assemblies are mounted in the bottom of the housing and each terminal assembly has a first insulating base, a second insulating base and two pairs of signal transmission terminals. The first and second insulating bases are connected to each other. The pairs of the signal transmission terminals are mounted respectively through the first and second insulating bases. Each signal transmission terminal has a curved guide element and an angled protruding element. The curved guiding elements smoothly contacts and guides an electrical connecting portion of a PCB expansion card to move so that the PCB expansion card is installed easily in the expansion slot of the backplane connector.04-05-2012
20120083162ELECTRICAL CARD CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS ARRANGEMENT - An electrical card connector (04-05-2012
20130171880Mounting Socket For Mobile Phone - A card mounting socket for a mobile phone having a reduced size and reduced number of parts. The card mounting socket having a body and a separate casing. The body housing includes a first receiving section, a second receiving section and an inner wall. The first receiving section is provided with a pair of guides positioned on both sides thereof and a first card terminal disposed along a major surface of the first receiving section. The second receiving section includes a second card terminal disposed along a major surface of the second receiving section. The inner wall extends perpendicular from the first receiving section to the second receiving section such that the second receiving section is stepped with respect to the first receiving section. The separate casing is secured to an upper portion of the body and separates the first receiving section from the second receiving section.07-04-2013
20110045703Card connector capable of scraping - A card connector composed of a base frame, at least one terminal set, and a detective terminal. While a card enters a card space inside of the base frame, it works on and forces a working portion of a working springy piece of the detective terminal toward a passive springy piece of the detective terminal for electric conduction with the same. When the working springy piece is moved to contact the passive springy piece, a scraping portion of the working springy piece contacts and scraps a contact portion of the passive springy piece to force the passive springy piece to deform; meanwhile, the resilience generated by the deformation of the passive springy piece keeps it in contact with the working springy piece. In this way, during the contact, the oxide or stain can be scraped off f to make the contact more perfect to secure the detective accuracy.02-24-2011
20120322313RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED CONTACT MODULES - A receptacle connector (12-20-2012
20100233911Card Connector - A card connector adapted for receiving a SIM card includes an insulating housing having a front surface and two opposite lateral surfaces. The front surface has at least one receiving recess extending rearward. Each of the lateral surfaces has a propping portion which passes through a top surface of the insulating housing. A plurality of connecting terminals is received in the insulating housing. The metal shell coupled with the insulating housing has a covering plate and two lateral plates extending downwards from two opposite sides of the covering plate. A front edge of the covering plate has at least one first mating portion of L shape of which a bottom is received in the receiving recess. A bottom of the lateral plate curves inwards to form a resistive portion resting against the propping portion for forming a chamber for receiving the SIM card.09-16-2010
20100167592CONNECTOR - A connector in which contact between a circuit board and a card-type electronic device is made less liable to be unstable, even when the connector is subject to a shock. One (07-01-2010
20130012070Card Connector - A slide member includes a side edge holding part, which extends towards the front end edge of the housing, and a front end holding part, which is connected to the front end of the side edge holding part and extends in the transverse direction of the housing. The slide member is able to slide forward and backward along one side edge of the bottom wall part of the housing. The housing contains a mistaken insertion prevention convex part which the front end or rear end of a mistakenly inserted card contacts.01-10-2013
20130017731Card ConnectorAANM Huang; Sheng-YuanAACI New Taipei CityAACO TWAAGP Huang; Sheng-Yuan New Taipei City TW - Provided is a card connector, including a housing and a plurality of electrical contacts. The housing includes an upper housing and a lower housing connected each other. The upper housing and the lower housing together define a first opening and a second opening, which are layer-stacked and separately located two adjacent sides of the housing. The first and second openings are communicated each other in the housing to form a receiving cavity for stackedly accommodating at least two electrical cards. The upper housing disposes a plurality of contact-receiving grooves on an inner side of a top wall thereof, and the lower housing also disposes a plurality of contact-receiving grooves on an inner side of a bottom wall thereof. The electrical contacts include a first electrical contact group and a second electrical contact group, which are separately received in the contact-receiving grooves of the upper housing and the lower housing.01-17-2013
20110159739ELECTRICAL CARD CONNECTOR - An electrical card connector (06-30-2011
20130023160DELAYED CONTACT ACTION CONNECTOR - A connector with terminals for connecting to a circuit card and a method therefore are disclosed. The connector includes a socket having a casing with an aperture for receiving the circuit card therein and electrically conductive terminals. The terminals include an elongated portion and a substantially L-shaped portion joined together by a U-shaped portion. The elongated portion has a proximal end and a distal end, and includes a support section and a bending section between the proximal end and the distal end. The U-shaped portion is disposed at the distal end of the elongated portion. The terminal continues from the U-shaped portion to approximately halfway towards the proximal end of the elongated portion and turns away from the elongated portion thereby forming the substantially L-shaped portion. The L-shaped portion ends in a lip section curving towards the proximal end of the elongated portion.01-24-2013
20080242153Base connector, socket connector and complex type connector - A base connector includes an insulating base housing and a plurality of base contacts retained by the base housing. An anterior wall of the base housing includes a central convex portion which is formed at the center portion in a left-and-right direction of the anterior face of the anterior wall and projects forward, and a pair of concave portions formed on both sides sandwiching the central convex portion therebetween. At least a part of the upper face on the anterior wall including the upper face of the central convex portion is formed as a flat face. The upper face of the anterior wall is provided with a wide portion including the upper face of the central convex portion and being relatively wide in the front-and-rear direction, and a pair of narrow portions relatively narrow in the front-and-rear direction corresponding in position to the pair of concave portions. The wide portion is provided with a flat adsorbed face, which can be adsorbed by an adsorption member.10-02-2008
20080220655Electrical connector with improved retention structures - An electrical connector (09-11-2008
20080220654Card edge connector - A card edge connector (09-11-2008
20130178109CONNECTOR - An electrical connection device comprises an electrical connector, a receiving portion, and a limiting element. The electrical connector comprises a housing, a plurality of terminals supported by the housing, and a mounting face positioned at a bottom side thereof. The receiving portion is provided to the bottom side of the electrical connector and positioned in front of the mounting face and has a receiving groove extending in a front-rear direction. The limiting element is provided through the receiving groove and positioned in the receiving portion and has an abutting-retaining face inclined to the ground and facing the mounting face. When the electrical connection device is mounted to a circuit board, the mounting face is mounted to an upper surface of a circuit board, and the abutting-retaining face abuts against a front edge of a lower surface of the circuit board.07-11-2013
20130178108Through-Board Card Edge Connector and Component Assembly - A through-board card edge connector has an insulative body defining a top end and a male plug portion extending transversely from the top end. The male plug portion has outer circumferential dimensions so as to extend through a mounting hole in a first electronic component, such as a PCB. An open socket is defined in an end of the male plug portion opposite from the top end and defines a first slot having first dimensions for receipt of a first card edge, and a second slot having second dimensions for receipt of a second card edge having dimensions different than the first card edge. A spring biased connector element is disposed within the open socket and is configured to make electrical contact with an edge terminal of either of a first or second card edge inserted into either of the first or second slots.07-11-2013
20110287664CARD EDGE CONNECTOR - A card edge connector includes an elongated housing having an upper wall and a lower wall defining a mating cavity therebetween and extending along a longitudinal direction. A plurality of terminal grooves are respectively defined in the upper wall and lower wall and in communication with the mating cavity. A plurality of contacts are respectively received in said terminal grooves. A pair of locking devices are disposed at opposite ends of the mating cavity and extend along a rear-to-front direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction. A recess facing the upper wall is defined in the lower wall and extends along the longitudinal direction under condition that two longitudinal ends of the recess are closer to the upper wall than a middle portion of the recess.11-24-2011
20130122748Assembly with Resilient Housing to Bias Conductor - An assembly with a conductor held by a resilient housing in which a PCB and/or a battery is held by an interference fit in a cavity of the resilient housing wherein insertion of the item so held forms an interference fit that forces the conductor into an electrical contact with a conductive member of the PCB and causes the resilient housing to bias the conductor against the conductive member of the PCB. The conductor does not need to be resilient. A switch can also be held by an interference fit with the resilient housing and unique channels in the resilient housing, formed by at least one rib connected to a top and a bottom of the housing, can be independently resilient.05-16-2013
20120289092ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector including a housing to be mounted on an outer surface of a main circuit board, conductive contacts arranged in the housing and an actuator operative to take selectively a first station for releasing each of the conductive contacts from press-contact with one of connecting terminals on a flat circuit device inserted in the housing and a second station for causing each of the conductive contacts to maintain the press-contact with the connecting terminal, wherein the actuator has a particular outer portion thereof which faces upward on the outer surface of the main circuit board when the actuator takes one of the first and second stations and faces toward a direction in parallel with the outer surface of the main circuit board when the actuator takes the other of the first and second stations.11-15-2012
20130196546CONNECTOR - A connector is mountable on a circuit board and matable with a mating connector having a mating portion and a mating shell. The connector comprises a housing and a shell. The housing is formed with a receiving portion. The receiving portion is receives the mating portion of the mating connector when the mating portion is inserted into the connector. The shell has a plurality of first connected portions and a plurality of second connected portions. The first connected portions are configured to be connected to the mating shell of the mating connector when the connector and the mating connector are mated with each other. The second connected portions are configured to be connected to the circuit board when the connector is mounted on the circuit board. The first connected portions and the second connected portions extend forward of the receiving portion.08-01-2013

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