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ELECTROMAGNETIC OR ELECTROSTATIC SHIELD

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439 - Electrical connectors

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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
439607050 Shielding individually surrounding or interposed between mutually insulated contacts (i.e., "single" connector with divider) 64
439607410 Having means for electrically connecting shield of shielded cable to connector shield member 64
439607550 Multi-part shield body 36
439607350 Shield mounted on printed circuit board 35
439607230 Shield encloses plural connectors (i.e., modular or stacked) 23
439607310 For receiving PCB edge or IC card as mating member 22
439607170 Resilient conductive means providing additional electrical path between mating outer shield members (e.g., spring or gasket) 19
439607580 Insulative cover or overmold surrounds shield 16
439607280 With connection of shield to metal grounding panel 15
439607340 With connection of shield to connector contact 15
439607220 IC card type 11
439607270 Outer shield surrounds inner shield (i.e., single connector with one hollow shield about another hollow shield) 9
439607020 Shield formed of conductive and dielectric materials in dielectric (e.g., plastic coated with metal or filled with metal particles) 8
439607040 Shield with cutout to receive shield of mating connector to reduce field effects 4
20090269981CONNECTOR - A connector has a plug connected to a first electric cable, and having a pin terminal and a plug holder, a socket connected to a second electric cable, and having a socket terminal and a socket holder, and a first tubular shield member and a second tubular shield member. The pin terminal of the plug is press-fitted and electrically connected to the socket terminal of the socket. The plug holder is connected to the socket holder. A first end of the first tubular shield member is electrically connected to a shield wire of the first electric cable. An elastic arm formed at an opening edge at a second end of the first tubular shield member is contacted to a conductive inner peripheral surface of the plug holder. A first end of the second tubular shield member is electrically connected to a shield wire of the second electric cable. An elastic arm of formed at an opening edge a second end of the second tubular shield member is contacted to a conductive inner peripheral surface of the socket holder.10-29-2009
20100248545ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FEATURED USB/ESATA INTERFACES - An electrical connector includes a housing and a set of first terminals for eSATA and a set of second terminals for USB. The housing defines a mating cavity with a front opening and a mating tongue in the mating cavity, the mating tongue defines a first surface and a second surface opposite to the first surface. Each of the first terminals includes a first contacting section disposed on the first mating face, a second contacting section bending from the first contacting section to be in the second mating face and a leg portion. Each of the second contacts includes a contacting section disposed on the second mating face and a leg portion.09-30-2010
20100248544CABLE ASSEMBLY WTH EMI PROTECTION - A cable assembly (09-30-2010
20130149901REINFORCED CONNECTOR WITH A CROSSTALK PREVENTION FEATURE - A connector includes terminal elements each having a base, multiple terminals securely received in the base with first ends and second ends, positioning blocks formed on one side face of the base and cutouts defined in a top portion of the base, a casing having receiving spaces defined in the casing for receiving the second ends of the terminals, positioning holes each defined to communicate with a corresponding one of the receiving spaces to position therein the second end of the terminals and ribs formed inside the casing to isolate each of the terminals from influence from the other terminals and an insert having receiving holes defined to receive therein the terminal elements and transverse columns corresponding to the cutouts of the terminal elements such that with the transverse columns received in the corresponding cutouts, connection between the insert and the terminal elements is secured.06-13-2013
439607530 Shield extends over mating face (i.e., shield at mating face extends between contact openings) 4
20110097934ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING GROUND PLATES AND GROUND COUPLING BAR - An electrical connector includes a plurality of leadframe assemblies having discrete signal contacts extending through a leadframe housing and defining opposed mating ends and mounting ends. The leadframes lack discrete ground contacts, and instead includes a ground plate having a plurality of mating ends, such that the mating end of at least one signal contact is disposed between a pair of the mating ends of the ground plate. The ground plate further includes a ground coupling bar connected between the pair of mating ends of the ground plate.04-28-2011
20110053417INDUSTRIAL PLUG CONNECTOR - An industrial plug connector includes a base part and a plug part which can be mated with the base part. The base part and the plug part each have a contact insert and a metallic housing. A first metallic frame sheet is disposed on the base part and a second metallic frame sheet is disposed on the plug part, in such a way that the two frame sheets at least partially overlap, forming a shield attenuation, when the industrial plug connector is in a mated state.03-03-2011
20130178101ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH GROUNGING PLATE - An electrical connector 07-11-2013
20100279547USB CONNECTOR CAPABLE OF EXTRACTION PROOF - A USB connector with extraction-proof structure includes an insulation seat and a metallic shell. The insulation seat has a base, one side of which is extended a tongue, on which a plurality of conductive legs are disposed, another side of each of which passes through the base and extends out of the base. The metallic shell shown as a hollow configuration is assembled to the base and fitted onto the tongue to form a connection opening. In the meantime, a fastening piece is arranged on the top face of the metallic shell. After the USB metallic plug of an external device is plugged in the USB connector, the fastening piece fastens the perforations of the USB metallic plug for preventing the external device from being extracted and stolen.11-04-2010
439607540 Shield formed by folding 3
20120295482CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH AN IMPROVED SHELL - A cable connector assembly (11-22-2012
20110143594MULTIPOLAR PLUG - When a multipolar plug and a counter connector are fitted to each other, there is a possibility that a seam joint of a shell of the multipolar plug may coincide with that of a shell the counter connector, and high-frequency noises may leak through gaps of the coincident seam joints. The invention has been conducted in view of the problem, and provides a multipolar plug which can improve the EMI characteristics of a multipolar connector. According to the invention, when the multipolar plug 06-16-2011
20120258625EXTERNAL SERIAL ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ATTACHMENT CONNECTOR INCLUDING DATA TERMINALS AND POWER-SUPPLY TERMINALS ACCOMMODATED IN A TERMINAL ACCOMMODATING SPACE - An eSATA connector includes a connector plug and a mated connector receptacle. The connector plug includes a plug member, a plug metal housing, plug data terminals and a terminal holding part, in which the plug data terminals are held, and further includes plug power terminals held in the terminal holding part, wherein the plug power terminals and the data terminals each other electrically insulated.10-11-2012
439607200 Shield for electro-optical transceiver 1
20090176409CAGE WITH A FINGER IN CONTACT WITH HOST PANEL AND PLUGGABLE TRANSCEIVER, AND A CAGE ASSEMBLY INCLUDING THE CAGE AND THE PLUGGABLE TRANSCEIVER - A new arrangement of the cage for the pluggable optical transceiver is disclosed. The cage provides a plurality of fingers which has a corrugated shape with first and second contact portion. The first contact portion comes in contact with the front panel of the host system when the cage is implemented therein, while, the second contact portion comes in contact with the housing of the transceiver when it is set within the cage.07-09-2009
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20130029524CONNECTING STRUCTURE OF SHIELD TERMINALS - There is provided a connecting structure of shield terminals configured to tighten and connect a pair of shield terminals with a single bolt simultaneously in a smaller space with an object of reducing the number of components and the component cost by sharing the same type shield terminals. The connecting structure of shield terminals includes: two shield terminals 01-31-2013
20130183859CONNECTOR WITH THIN FILM SHIELDING STRUCTURE - A connector with thin film shielding structure includes an insulation base and an electromagnetic shielding film. The electromagnetic shielding film covers the insulation base, thereby blocking the electromagnetic waves.07-18-2013
20120184137HIGH CURRENT ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing, conductive terminals mounted therein, and a conductive shield generally covering the housing. A shelf of the housing supports a portion of the shield. Each terminal has a main body, a front contact portion extending from an end of the main body and capable of engagement with contacts of a battery, a rear contact portion extending from an end of the main body and capable of engagement with contacts of an electronic device, and a tail portion extending perpendicularly from the main body. The tail portion is positioned between the front and rear contact portions. The front contact portion is capable of deflecting along a plane defined by a centerline of the main body.07-19-2012
20120184136CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A connector assembly includes contact modules each having a dielectric frame and contacts held by the dielectric frame. The contacts are arranged along a contact plane within the frame. The dielectric frame includes frame members connected by connecting segments. The frame has windows between the frame members located between adjacent contacts. Holders support corresponding contact modules. The holders are electrically grounded. The holders each have a support wall and tabs that extend outward from the support wall. The contact modules are coupled to the holders such that the tabs are received in the windows to provide shielding within the contact modules. The holders are coupled together such that the contact modules are stacked together with the tabs of at least some of the holders that extend into the contact module held by the adjacent holder and across the contact plane defined by the contact module of the adjacent holder.07-19-2012
20130078857ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A connector assembly comprises a pin-side (03-28-2013
20130040491CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH AN IMPROVED SHELL - A cable connector assembly comprises an insulative housing (02-14-2013
20100035468COMMON INTEGRATED CIRCUIT FOR MULTIPLE ANTENNAS AND METHODS - In an active antenna system, two or more amplification chains are contained on one integrated circuit substrate or in one hybrid circuit. The amplification chains can be connected to at least one of a plurality of radiating elements. The integrated circuit or hybrid circuit can be incorporated into an active antenna connector, which can be electrically connected to a radiating element or a receiver system, for example. A first integrated circuit or hybrid circuit can be exchanged with a second integrated circuit or hybrid circuit in a connector to adjust properties of an active antenna system.02-11-2010
20100041274HIGH SPEED DATA COMMUNICATIONS CONNECTOR CIRCUITS, SYSTEMS, AND METHODS FOR REDUCING CROSSTALK IN COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS - A communications outlet includes a plurality of electrically conductive paths arranged in pairs and an electrically conductive shield. A plurality of conductive elements connected to a corresponding conductive path and the conductive elements configured, for each pair, to balance a capacitive coupling between the electrically conductive shield and the conductive paths of that pair.02-18-2010
20100041273ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly includes a printed circuit board, a header coupled to the printed circuit board, and an electrical cable termination configured to mate with the header. The printed circuit board has a printed circuit board ground contact. The header includes an insulative housing and a plurality of contact pins disposed in the insulative housing. The header and electrical cable termination are configured such that the electrical cable termination makes electrical contact with at least one of the contact pins and the printed circuit board ground contact when the header and electrical cable termination are in a mated configuration. The electrical connector assembly may include a conductive shield at least partially enclosing the header and electrical cable termination.02-18-2010
20130045628ELECTRIC PLUG - A plug including a shell and a mounting body disposed inside the shell. The mounting body is provided with a first movable contact spring and a second movable contact spring, a phase contact and a zero contact, and a button assembly. A transverse block disposed above the first movable contact spring and the second movable contact spring includes a phase terminal and a zero terminal. The button assembly includes an electric magnet disposed on the mounting body and a sliding part having a cavity. The cavity of the sliding part is provided with a reset spring. A hook is disposed in a lower part of the cavity. The transverse block is connected with a pull block. An upper part of the pull block is connected with the electric magnet. The center of the pull block includes a limiting hole for accommodating the hook.02-21-2013
20130052865ANTI-ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND TERMINAL ASSEMBLY THEREOF - An anti-electromagnetic interference (anti-EMI) electrical connector having a terminal assembly is provided. The anti-EMI electrical connector includes an electrical insulation case, a plurality of first terminals, and a plurality of second terminals. The electrical insulation case includes a slot. Each of the first terminals is respectively disposed in the electrical insulation case, and each of the first terminals respectively includes a contact end located in the slot. Each of the second terminals is respectively disposed in the electrical insulation case, and the second terminals and the first terminals are arranged in a staggered manner. Each of the second terminals respectively includes a connection end located in the slot and adjacent to the contact end of at least one first terminal, in which a sectional area of the connection end of the second terminal is larger than a sectional area of the contact end of the first terminal.02-28-2013
20100087096Reduced Size Multi-Pin Male Plug Connector - Receptacle connectors and male plug connectors having a reduced size in at least one direction can be provided. One example reduces height by not including a center contact tab or tongue, but instead places contacts on an insulator that is adjacent to a bottom portion of the receptacle. Another example may reduce width by reducing contact pitch, and may use a particular shape of contact to achieve god signal quality. Receptacle connectors and male plug connectors can also provide support for one or more new high-speed communication standards, such as USB 3.0 and DisplayPort. Methods can provide one or more standardized connector components to speed connector design and manufacture of new electronic devices such as media players, thus reducing their time to market.04-08-2010
20130090009POWER CONNECTOR SYSTEM - A touch safe right angle power connector includes a header assembly that includes a conductive pin, an inner shroud that surrounds the pin, and an outer shroud that surrounds the inner shroud. The inner shroud has slots therethrough. The power connector includes a power terminal connector having a plug housing that has a cavity and an insert assembly that is received in the cavity. The insert assembly has a terminal body configured to be terminated to an end of a conductor of a power cable and is electrically connected to the pin of the header assembly. The insert assembly has a dielectric insert that holds the terminal body. The insert assembly has a shield that surrounds the dielectric insert and provides shielding for the terminal body. The plug housing has optional ribs which are received in corresponding slots to orient the power terminal with respect to the header assembly.04-11-2013
20130072063EMI Gasket - A gasket for use with an electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding cage for a connector includes a conductive body having an opening configured to receive a first end of the EMI shielding cage near a gasket mating wall incorporated on the EMI shielding cage. The conductive body has a first face designed to face away from the gasket mating wall, a second face designed to face the gasket mating wall, an inner perimeter and an outer perimeter. A plurality of engagement tabs are disposed along the outer perimeter and extend away from the first face. A plurality of spring tabs are disposed along the inner perimeter and extend away from the second face. When the first end of the EMI shielding cage is inserted into the opening of the conductive body and an opening of an optional complementary faceplate with the engagement tabs facing the faceplate and the spring tabs facing the gasket mating wall of the EMI shielding cage, the engagement tabs and the spring tabs cooperatively maintain a predefined separation distance D03-21-2013
20130072062CONNECTOR SHIELD WITH INTEGRATED FASTENING ARRANGEMENT - A shield for a connector that can provide a card-receiving slot is disclosed. The shield includes sides that provide an enclosure. The shield includes a fastener that is held in place by a retaining notch in a bottom of the shield. The retaining notch is configured to support the fastener in place and restrain it from unintended translation or rotation.03-21-2013
20090298336ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACT ARRANGEMENT - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing, a set of first contacts retained in the insulative housing and a metal shell. The insulative housing includes a tongue plate with a plurality of first passageways defined thereon. The first contacts include first contacting sections received in the first passageways, first bending sections and first tail sections. The first bending sections include a plurality of first offset sections and at least one second offset section. A first slope of each first offset section is of negative number while a second slope of the second offset section is of positive number so that a space between each adjacent two first tail sections is much larger than that of the corresponding first contacting sections for easily soldering of the first tail sections.12-03-2009
20090269980Stacked electronical connector - A stacked electrical connector (10-29-2009
20130065438ELECTRIC CONNECTOR WITH A MULTIPART SHIELD - An electrical connector having a generally tubular housing connects the conductors of an electrically-shielded cable with an electrical component, including a injection-molded electrically-conductive synthetic plastic bridge arrangement connecting the cable shield layer at a stripped end of the cable with a connector shield member arranged on the connector housing into one end of which the conductors are introduced. An injection-molded annular carrier layer of insulating synthetic plastic material is molded concentrically about the conductor ends, one end of the carrier layer extending within the conductive bridging layer, and the other end extending within the bore of the connector housing into which the conductor ends extend. Consequently, the connector is structurally reinforced to resist the forces and stresses of vibration and shock.03-14-2013
20130065437SIMPLIFIED CONNECTOR RECEPTACLES - Connector receptacles that may be used in a variety of applications, may have a desirable aesthetic appearance, may be durable and reliable, and may be manufactured in a simplified manner. One example may provide a receptacle that may be used in a number of different devices to avoid having to redesign a receptacle for different devices. Another example may maintain a desirable appearance by reducing the chance of marring or functional damage during insertions of an insert.03-14-2013
20120115361ELECTRONIC CONNECTOR MODULE - An electronic connector module suitable for being mounted at a motherboard is provided. The electronic connector module includes a connector for selectively coupling an ESD protection component. When the connector receives an static electricity, the connector is grounded through the motherboard via the ESD protection component.05-10-2012
20120238136SPRING CONTACT AND A SOCKET EMBEDDED WITH SPRING CONTACTS - The present invention relates to a spring contact and a socket embedded with spring contacts. The spring contact comprises: an upper contact pin, which includes a contact portion of a predetermined shape intended to be in contact with the lead of a separate semiconductor IC to be inspected, two spring-fixed protrusions and a body; a lower contact two spring-fixed protrusions and a body; a lower contact pin coupled orthogonally to the upper contact pin; and a spring to be inserted between the upper contact pin and the lower contact pin, wherein the body has an oblique end surface with a locking protrusion formed thereon and two symmetric elastic portions, and wherein the two elastic portions form inside thereof an escape groove to provide a flow space when coupled with the lower contact pin and a flow groove to receive the locking protrusion of the lower contact pin and allow it to flow therein, the flow groove being intended to have an electric contact with the locking protrusion of the lower contact pin and with a side contact portion. Further, the present invention provides a variety of structure, such as a structure for minimizing a compressed length of a contact, a structure for an in-line fine pitch spring contact and socket or a structure for a soldered spring contact and socket.09-20-2012
20130164977ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes an insulating housing, a plurality of terminals assembled in the insulating housing, and a shielding shell curved from a metal plate to show a hollow barrel shape and enclose the insulating housing. An inserting space is formed between a front of the insulating housing and periphery inner sides of a front of the shielding shell, and has a free open front end for inserting a mating connector therefrom into the inserting space. The terminals project into the inserting space to connect with the mating connector. A pair of elastic fool-proofing elements is formed at two opposite bottom corners of the open front end of the shielding shell and each shows an arc shape from a front view. Two cambered faces of the elastic fool-proofing elements face each other for guiding the insertion of the mating connector and further elastically resisting against the mating connector.06-27-2013
20130164978CONNECTOR WITH DECREASED ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION EMMISSION - A connector includes a connector receptacle and a cable. The connector receptacle includes an insulating body, a metallic box and a magnetic ring. The metallic box is connected to the insulating body and defines a closed receiving cavity. The cable includes a cable head. The cable head is received in the receiving cavity, and extends through the magnetic ring.06-27-2013
20130164979RESILIENT BUSHING AND CONNECTOR COMPRISING SAME - The present invention relates to a bushing for contacting a braid of a line within a connector, the bushing is essentially tapering in an insertion direction in which the bushing is adapted to be inserted into the braid in order to be encompassed thereby. Further, the invention relates to a connector comprising a bushing. In order to provide a bushing which allows for being inserted into the braid in a gentle manner and at the same time allows the braid to be evenly contacted with the bushing for establishing a reliable mechanical and/or electrical connection therewith, the present invention provides that the bushing has a radial elasticity allowing a spring tensioned widening and/or compression of the bushing.06-27-2013
20130164980Assembly and System of Datacommunication Cables and Connectors - A datacommunication interconnection system includes (a) an extension trunk cable-connector assembly and (b) a trunk cable-connector assembly. The extension trunk cable-connector assembly comprises: a first cable including a plurality of first subunits, each of the first subunits comprising a plurality of twisted pairs of conductors; a jack attached to one end of the cable; and a plug attached to an opposite end of the cable. Each of the jack and the plug includes a contact for each of the conductors of the cable. The trunk cable-connector assembly comprises: a second cable including a plurality of second subunits, each of the second subunits comprising a plurality of twisted pairs of conductors; a plug attached to one end of the second cable and connected with the jack of the extension trunk cable; and a plurality of RJ-45 connectors attached to subunits at an opposite end of the second cable.06-27-2013
20110263157ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR GROUNDING PATH TO OUTER SHELL - An electrical connector (10-27-2011
20090170371USB DEVICE FOR A RING BINDER - A USB device for a ring binder includes a main body including a first and a second opposing substantially planar surface so as to be easily accommodated in a ring binder. The main body has a cavity formed therein. A USB element is positioned within the cavity of the main body. A narrow flanged portion extends from the second planar surface of the main body. The narrow flanged portion includes a plurality of spaced openings extending therethrough. At least one of the openings is so sized to provide access to selected rings of a ring binder.07-02-2009
20110281463USB CONNECTOR - A Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector with a connector housing is provided with at least one soldering part and at least one reinforcement part around its circumference. The USB connector includes: a connector housing; one or more soldering parts formed by cutting and unfolding predetermined areas around the circumference of the connector housing; and one or more reinforcement parts, each of which is formed by bending an end of the connector housing. The reinforcement parts being engaged with the soldering parts to support and reinforce the soldering parts, respectively.11-17-2011
20110300748MINIATURE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a cage, a body, positioned in the cage, and several terminals positioned on the body. The body has a front end and opposing rear end. The cage also has a front end and a rear end corresponding to the front and rear end of the body. The cage includes a top plate, a bottom plate and two lateral plates. A rear cover corresponding to the rear end of the body bend and extends from a rear end of the top plate of the cage. Two soldering pieces bend and extend from a bottom end of the rear cover toward the front end of the cage.12-08-2011
20110300749Plug Connector With External EMI Shielding Capability - A shielded cable connector takes the form of a plug connector that is terminated to a plurality of wires of a cable. The wires are terminated to an edge card and a premold portion is formed thereover. An exterior shielding braid of the cable is extended over the premold and is formed with the connector housing so that a portion of it is exposed on the exterior of the connector housing. This exposed portion contacts an exterior conductive collar that is supported on the connector housing. The sleeve has a plurality of spring contact arms so as to make electrical shielding contact between the cable braid exposed on the connector housing and an exterior metal guide into which the connector is inserted when mating to an opposing connector.12-08-2011
20110300750ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR AND METHOD OF CONNECTING TWISTED PAIR CABLE TO THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a connector main body made of an insulating material for attaching an end portion of a pair of single wires untwisted at an end portion of a twisted pair cable; and a shell member to hold the untwisted portion. The shell member includes a base portion made of a conductive material to dispose the connector main body at the front end side and the untwisted portion at the basal end side; a cable holding portion made of a conductive material to hold the single wires at the untwisted portion for positioning the single wires parallel to each other and close or contact to each other; and a cover portion provided on the base portion to have at least the untwisted portion and the cable holding portion between the cover portion and base portion.12-08-2011
20110294346CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A connector assembly includes contact modules each having a dielectric body and plurality of contacts. The dielectric body includes windows internal of the dielectric body and located between adjacent contacts. Holders support corresponding contact modules and the holders are coupled together such that the contact modules are stacked parallel to one another. The holders are electrically grounded and include a support wall and tabs extending outward from the support wall. The contact modules are coupled to the holders such that the tabs are received in the windows to provide shielding within the contact modules.12-01-2011
20110294347SHIELD WITH INTEGRATED MATING CONNECTOR GUIDES - A shield is provided for use with a connector assembly that includes for sides that form an enclosure, one of the sides being a baseplate. The shield can include a plurality of guides positioned on the baseplate and the plurality of guides can be arranged in a pattern. Each guide can be formed by making two slits in the bottom plate so as to define a body portion of the guide and the body portion can be extended in the enclosure. Each guide can be supported by the baseplate at opposite ends of the body portion.12-01-2011
20090298335Connector Shield Termination in Limited Clearance Installations - Apparatus and methods provide for the termination of shields within and around a cable at a connector in limited clearance environments. According to embodiments described herein, a shield termination fixture includes a base, at least one insert aperture, at least one retainer, and a mechanism for terminating cable shields. The base attaches to a connector and defines the insert aperture through which a cable will enter the fixture for connection to the connector. A signal wire of the cable is connected to the connector and a wire shield is positioned between a base wall adjacent to the insert aperture and a shield retainer. The shield retainer is secured to the base, compressing and terminating the wire shield. A cable shield may be terminated via compression between a cable shield retainer and the shield retainer, between the shield retainer and the base, or via fixed attachment to a retainer.12-03-2009
20100035469CONNECTOR - A low-cost connector comprises a pair of first socket side shields covering two outer surfaces of a socket along a direction a terminal extends. The first socket side shield members are detachable from the socket. A pair of second socket side shield members cover two other outer surfaces of the socket in the back-and-forth direction. Thus, the outer surfaces of the socket can be covered by the second socket side shield members and the first socket side shield members according to dimensions of the terminal in the direction the terminal extends. Accordingly, if the dimensions of socket in the direction the terminal extends differ according to a number of terminals, it is easier and cheaper to manufacture shield members than to cover the socket outer surfaces by one shield member.02-11-2010
20110195601EXTENSION TO VERSION 2.0 UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONNECTOR WITH ADDITIONAL CONTACTS - An extension to USB includes an insulative tongue portion and a number of contacts held in the insulative tongue portion. The contacts have four conductive contacts and a plurality of differential contacts for transferring differential signals located behind/forward the four standard USB contacts along a front-to-rear direction. The four conductive contacts are adapted for USB 2.0 protocol and the plurality of differential contacts are adapted for non-USB 2.0 protocol. The extension to USB is capable of mating with a complementary standard USB 2.0 connector and a non-USB 2.0 connector, alternatively.08-11-2011
20100267281CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH A FRONT SHELL - A cable connector assembly includes an insulative housing (10-21-2010
20100330840CONNECTOR WITH INSERT FOR REDUCED CROSSTALK - A differential pair connector has a housing floor, an array of differential pairs passing through the housing floor, and a conductive grid integrated into the housing floor for reducing crosstalk between the differential pairs. The conductive grid can have various structures, such as conductive inserts, plated regions and/or a conductive housing floor surrounding non-conductive inserts protecting the differential pins. Although any suitable means can be used to fasten the conductive grid into the housing floor, the grid is preferably press fitted into the top of the housing floor.12-30-2010
20100087093CONNECTOR FOR ADAPTING ADAPTORS OF VARIOUS PROTOCOLS - A connector adaptor suitable for various transmission protocols is disclosed. The connector includes a hollow case, two positioning sets, two terminal sets. The two positioning sets are formed on the upper side and a lower side of said hollow case. The two terminal sets are connected to the positioning sets respectively, and said terminal sets are respectively connected to a flat face of said positioning set for an electrical connection. The hollow case is made in a plastic injection process.04-08-2010
20090264017COMPOSITE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A composite electrical connector assembly includes a housing, a shield, and an electrical contact. The housing is formed from a first material and has an interior chamber. The interior chamber includes a stepped cylindrical surface with first and second openings at mating and mounting ends of the housing, respectively. The interior chamber is staged in diameter to form front, intermediate and rear stages. The shield is formed from a second material and is shaped to fit within the interior chamber. The shield engages the rear stage of the interior chamber and is prevented from being removed from the second opening by the rear stage. The electrical contact is disposed within the interior chamber, is aligned along a longitudinal axis of the connector assembly and is configured to receive a center conductor of a cable and to connect with a conductor of a communication device.10-22-2009
20090176408Electrical connector having an improved magnetic module - An electrical connector (07-09-2009
20100124845Cable assembly having enhanced interconnection means thereof - A cable assembly (05-20-2010
20100093213ESATA CONNECTOR - An eSATA connector includes a connector plug and a mated connector receptacle. The connector plug includes a plug member, a plug metal housing, plug data terminals and a terminal holding part, in which the plug data terminals are held, and further includes plug power terminals held in the terminal holding part, wherein the plug power terminals and the data terminals each other electrically insulated.04-15-2010
20090280684ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector capable of being assembled at improved efficiency. The connector includes an insulative housing having contact accommodation portions, which are closed by a cover member having lock means. Contacts with which a cable is connected are received in the contact accommodation portions of the housing. The housing is fabricated integrally with the cover member via a hinge. The cover member closes openings in the accommodation portions. The lock means has engagement pawls standing upright from the upper surface of the housing. When the accommodation portions are dosed, the engagement pawls come into engagement with engagement portions formed in the cover member.11-12-2009
20090291591Wave filter structure - A wave filter includes a shell, a wave filter circuit board in the shell, a cover secured over a holding room of the shell, and a grounding component interposed between the circuit board and the cover; the shell has several detainment gaps on an upper end of its surrounding wall; the circuit board has several grounding holes; the cover has several joining protrusions on its periphery, and is joined on the shell with the joining protrusions being tightly embedded in corresponding detainment gaps on the shell; the grounding component has several grounding terminals, which are embedded in corresponding grounding holes of the circuit board; the grounding component has several joining protrusions on a periphery, which are embedded in corresponding detainment gaps; thus, the circuit board will be directly grounded through the grounding component and the shell after assembly without applying solder between the circuit board and the shell.11-26-2009
20100112859SHIELDED CONNECTOR SYSTEM - A system comprises a cable connector, a board-mounted receptacle to which the cable connector is electrically coupled, and an electromagnetic interference (“EMI”) shield that is disposed about the board-mounted receptacle. The EMI shield has an opening through which the cable connector is inserted to be coupled to the board-mounted receptacle. The EMI shield covers a portion of a board, to which the board-mounted receptacle is mounted, and a surface of the EMI shield adjacent to the board covers at least 11% of the portion.05-06-2010
20110269341CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED CONTACTS ARRANGEMENT - A connector (11-03-2011
20100285692Electrical Connector Shield with Improved Grounding - An electrical connector is connected to a mated electrical connector through an insertion interface. The electrical connector includes a shielding shell, an insulation body clad with the shielding shell, and several signal terminals received in the insulation body. The insulation body has a mating surface facing the insertion interface. The shielding shell has a first wall. Several ground terminals extend towards the direction of the insertion interface and bent towards the interior of the shielding shell from a mating side of the first wall close to the mating surface, and each ground terminal has a contact portion. Each of the ground terminals of the present invention has an elastic arm with a width nearly the same as that of the electrical connector, so as to provide enough flexibility to ensure the connection stability with the mated electrical connector, and thereby an ideal grounding effect is achieved.11-11-2010
20100136831RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR INTEGRATING WITH DIFFERENT INTERFACES - Provided is an electrical connector including an insulative housing having a main body and a pair of tongue plates perpendicular extending from said main body along a mating direction. Said tongue plates are parallel to each other and each defines a plurality of terminal grooves thereon. A plurality of terminals are received in the terminal grooves. A metallic shell is retained on the main body of the insulative housing and encloses said pair of tongue plates thereby defining a mating opening therein. The mating opening defines a first and a second different interfaces in communication with each other. At least a partition portion protrudes toward the mating opening from said main body and defines a bottom surface to act as a top wall of the second interface.06-03-2010
20120142216ESATA CONNECTOR - An eSATA connector includes a connector plug and a mated connector receptacle. The connector plug includes a plug member, a plug metal housing, plug data terminals and a terminal holding part, in which the plug data terminals are held, and further includes plug power terminals held in the terminal holding part, wherein the plug power terminals and the data terminals each other electrically insulated.06-07-2012
20110207371ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING SIMPLIFIED TERMINAL INSERT - An electrical connector includes a metallic shell defining a mating frame and a shielding portion, a bracket assembled to the shielding portion of the shell and defining an opening therethrough, and a mating member securely assembled to the bracket and having a front portion accessible from the opening. The mating member includes a first housing having opposite first and second surfaces and defined with first and second receiving grooves respectively, and a plurality of first contacts attached to the first receiving grooves, and a plurality of second contacts attached to the second receiving grooves, before the first housing is inserted into the bracket.08-25-2011
20090298334Connector Shield Case - A connector shield case having a tubular shape and is attached to a housing having a plurality of terminals to thereby surround the terminals. The connector shield case is formed by bending a metal blank having a predetermined shape. The connector shield case comprises a ceiling plate portion, side wall portions extending downward from corresponding opposite side ends of the ceiling plate portion, mounting projecting-leg portions extending downward from each of the side wall portions, a bottom plate support portion connecting, at opposite ends, with the side wall portions and a bottom plate portion in parallel with the ceiling plate portion and connecting with the bottom plate support portion via a bend portion. With respect to the front-rear direction, the bottom plate portion overlaps in position with at least one of the mounting projecting-leg portions.12-03-2009
20100248543ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH AN INTEGRATED CIRCUIT MODULE - An electrical connector assembly (09-30-2010
20100248541SHIELD CONNECTOR - A shield connector (C) includes a tubular metallic shield shell (09-30-2010
20100248540Cable fixing method and cable connecting part - A cable fixing method and a cable connecting part for a connector. In the cable fixing method and the cable connecting part, a part of a cable in a longitudinal direction is inserted into a metallic cylindrical part of a metallic case; and the cable is fixed to the metallic case by crimping the metallic cylindrical part which accommodates the part of the cable in the longitudinal direction in such a manner that 0.60≦K≦0.95 is established, when a cross-sectional area of the cable before crimping the metallic cylindrical part is A, a cross-sectional area of the cable after crimping the metallic cylindrical part is B, and B/A is a crimping ratio K.09-30-2010
20110223805CONNECTOR SHIELD WITH INTEGRATED FASTENING ARRANGEMENT - A shield for a connector that can provide a card-receiving slot is disclosed. The shield includes sides that provide an enclosure. The shield includes a fastener that is held in place by a retaining notch in a bottom of the shield. The retaining notch is configured to support the fastener in place and restrain it from unintended translation or rotation.09-15-2011
20090239417CONNECTOR ARRANGEMENT OF MULTIPLE INDEPENDENTLY OPERABLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS - A connector arrangement including a connector body; a first electrical connector coupled with the connector body; a jacket surrounding the first electrical connector and coupled with the connector body; and a second electrical connector arranged around the first electrical connector is provided; in which the first and second electrical connectors are independently operable, and the second electrical connector includes connecting elements at least partially arranged within a body of the jacket.09-24-2009
20100184329ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH IMPROVED CONTACT ARRANGEMENT AND METALLIC SHELL - An electrical connector assembly (07-22-2010
20130122743Insulator with Air Dielectric Cavities for Electrical Connector - An insulator for an electrical connector that comprises a back shell, metal shell, EMI band, and the insulator. The insulator features alternating contact cavities and air dielectric cavities. The air dielectric cavities reduce the effective dielectric constant of the connector, which allows high-speed data to be transmitted while maintaining impedance, thereby preserving signal fidelity.05-16-2013
20100184328Microphone Output Connector - A microphone output connector is of a three-pin type. A cylindrical connector housing and a first pin are installed at an end of a conductive microphone case of a microphone to be electrically connected to the microphone case. The microphone output connector includes a shield cover penetrated by three pins and covering a surface of the connector base. The shield cover partly extends to cover a portion of the connector base at which a thread is screwed in so that the shield cover is pressed against an inner surface of the cylindrical connector housing by the thread. The shield cover is pressed against the inner surface of the cylindrical connector housing by the connector base at a side of the connector base opposite to the position at which the thread is screwed in.07-22-2010
20100184327ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE PROTECTIVE BACKSHELLS FOR CABLES - A backshell for providing electromagnetic interference shielding between a shielded cable and an electrical connector. The backshell includes a housing defined by a first housing member coupled to a second housing member by a releasable coupler.07-22-2010
20100173524ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS ARRANGEMENT - An electrical connector (07-08-2010
20100261385ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACT ARRANGEMENT - An electrical connector for being mounted on a PCB, has a receiving space (10-14-2010
20100216340ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FEATURED USB/ESATA INTERFACES INCORPORATED WITH ADDITIONAL POWER CONTACT - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing having a mating cavity, a tongue portion extending into the mating cavity and defining thereon first and second faces opposite to each other, and a plurality of contacts retained to the housing. The plurality of contacts defines a first and second set of contacts and expanded contacts. The first set of contacts each defines a first blade contacting section exposed onto the first face, the second set of contacts each defines a deflectable cantilevered beam exposed onto the second face, and the expanded contacts include at least one power contact for power transmission. The at least one power contact defines a second contacting section arranged between two adjacent cantilevered beams and projecting out of the second face.08-26-2010
20100159744SHIELDED CONNECTOR - In order to simplify the assembly of a shielded connector, it is proposed that an electrically insulating base body provided as a carrier for electric contacts features a mounting surface with two openings, wherein a recess that respectively features an integral collar on its inner side is respectively arranged around these openings.06-24-2010
20100240254PLUG-IN CONNECTOR COMPRISING A MODIFIED INSULATOR DUCT FOR SHIELDING ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION - A plug-in connector (09-23-2010
20110003508ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ROTATABLY MOUNTED TO A PORTABLE DEVICE - An electrical connector (01-06-2011
20120129394Electrical Connector System - An electrical connector system for mounting to a substrate is disclosed. The electrical connector system may include a plurality of wafer assemblies defining a mating end and a mating end. Each wafer assembly may include a first overmolded array of electrical contacts, each electrical contact defining an electrical mating connector extending past an edge of the overmold of the first overmolded array of electrical contacts at the mating end of the wafer assembly; a first ground shield configured to be assembled with the first overmolded array of electrical contacts; and a second overmolded array of electrical contacts configured to be assembled with the first overmolded array of electrical contacts, each electrical contact defining an electrical mating connector extending past an edge of the overmold of the second overmolded array of electrical contacts at the mating end of the wafer assembly.05-24-2012
20100210139Mini Receptacle - An electrical connector comprises: an insulating housing having an accommodating chamber at a rear portion thereof and a tongue plate protruding forwards from a front portion thereof; 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, each conductive terminal including a butting portion, a soldering portion, and a bending portion connected between the butting portion and the soldering portion, the butting portions of said upper row of conductive terminals and lower row of conductive terminals being mounted on the upper and lower sides of the tongue plate respectively, the soldering portions of each row of conductive terminals extending from below the rear portion of the insulating housing and being arranged in a front column and a rear column; a shielding casing covering periphery of the insulating housing; and two positioning modules being mounted into the accommodating chamber of the insulating housing and enveloping periphery of the bending portions of said plurality of conductive terminals. The electrical connector can efficiently prevent bending portions of the conductive terminals from further bending and contacting with each other when an external force is applied and thus can prevent the short circuit failure.08-19-2010
20100210138MULTICORE CABLE CONNECTOR - To provide a multicore cable connector in which alignment of signal lines of a cable and soldering of the signal lines to a wiring pattern of a substrate are facilitated, and impedance mismatch on the substrate is minimized. A multicore cable connector 08-19-2010
20120196478ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING SHIELDING MEMBER - An electrical connector includes a port (08-02-2012
20120196477ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING AIRFLOW CHANNELS - An electrical connector assembly includes a shielding cage member having a plurality of walls including a top wall, a lower wall, a rear wall and side walls. The walls define an upper port and a lower port configured to receive pluggable modules therein. The cage member has openings in a front thereof for receiving the pluggable modules. The side walls include airflow openings on opposite sides of the cage member. A receptacle connector is received in the cage member proximate to the rear and is accessible through the upper port and the lower port. A separator member extends between the upper and lower ports that have an upper plate and a lower plate with a channel therebetween. The airflow openings are aligned with the channel and provide airflow through the channel. EMI screens cover the airflow openings to limit EMI passage through the airflow openings.08-02-2012
20100087094Connector And Circuit Board For Multiple Transmission Interfaces - A connector and circuit board suitable for multiple transmission interfaces, which can be applied to storage devices or computer devices is disclosed. The connector device includes a connector case, and two transmission interfaces respectively disposed on upper and lower sides of the connector case. One end connector case serves to electrically connect with the circuit board, and another end serves as the transmission interfaces complying with at least two different specifications. Thus, the users may select suitable transmission interface according to actual needs.04-08-2010
20100015851CABLE ASSEMBLY HAVING IMPROVED CONFIGURATION FOR SUPPRESSING CROSS-TALK - A cable assembly (01-21-2010
20110117781ATTACHMENT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes at least one leadframe assembly, including a leadframe housing that carries a plurality of electrical contacts, and an external component, such as an electrically conductive plate, configured to be attached to the leadframe housing. The leadframe assembly includes an attachment system that includes an alignment assembly configured to align the electrically conductive plate with the leadframe housing as the plate is attached to the housing, and an attachment assembly that can be mated to attach the plate to the leadframe housing. The attachment assembly can be provided without creating any openings in the plate.05-19-2011
20100297878CABLE CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED GOUNDING MEANS - A cable connector (11-25-2010
20100311274ECO CONTACTOR - The present invention relates to an improved a shielded contactor having an insulative material or proxy (12-09-2010
20110111628CABLE ASSEMBLY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A cable assembly (05-12-2011
20110039450ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - The present invention relates to an improved electrical connector adapted to transmit high-definition (HD) digital images. The improved electrical connector comprises a body, a first terminal assembly, a second terminal assembly, a first terminal connecting device, a second terminal connecting device, a first housing and a second housing. The first terminal assembly and the second terminal assembly are adapted to transmit signals, and by using the first housing and the second housing to cover the first terminal assembly and the second terminal assembly simultaneously, the problem of electromagnetic interference (EMI) suffered by the first terminal assembly and the second terminal assembly during high-frequency transmission is obviated, thereby improving the electromagnetic disturbance susceptibility thereof.02-17-2011
20110009002CONNECTOR - Disclosed is a connector, comprising: a shell provided as a cylindrical shape having an opened front side; a first insulator arranged in the shell; a second insulator arranged in the shell to be parallel to the first insulator; a first contact provided to be arranged in the first insulator; a second contact provided to be arranged in the second insulator; and a partition section arranged in the shell in a state of projecting from an outside of the shell to an inside of the shell so as to partition a hollow in the shell to a first region in which the first insulator exists and a second region in which the second insulator exists as viewed from the front side of the shell, the partition section being provided to be movable to the outside of the shell.01-13-2011
20110009001UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONNECTOR - An improved Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector mounted on a print circuit board for transmitting electric signals between a dock connector and the print circuit board. The improved Universal Serial Bus connector comprises a set of first terminals, a set of second terminals, an insulator, and a shielding shell. Each of the first terminals and the second terminals is respectively fixed on the insulator. The insulator includes a cap, on which each of the first terminals and the second terminals is disposed, and is substantially enclosed by the shielding shell.01-13-2011
20110034075ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR SYSTEM - An electrical connector system includes an electrical connector and a plurality of termination devices. The electrical connector includes an insulative support wafer, a plurality of interlocking plates attached to the support wafer and defining a plurality of cavities, and at least one electrical contact positioned within a cavity. Each cavity is sized for accepting a termination device. At least one of the interlocking plates is electrically conductive. The at least one electrical contact is supported by the support wafer, electrically isolated from the interlocking plates, and configured to mate with a socket contact of the termination device. Each termination device includes an electrically conductive outer shield element having a front end and a back end, the shield element having a latch member extending therefrom, an insulator disposed within the shield element, and a socket contact supported within and electrically isolated from the shield element by the insulator. The socket contact is configured for making electrical connections through the front end and back end of the shield element. The electrical connector and the plurality of termination devices are configured such that the socket contact of each termination device makes electrical contact with a corresponding electrical contact of the electrical connector and the shield element of each termination device makes electrical contact with the interlocking plates of the electrical connector when the electrical connector and the plurality of termination devices are in a mated configuration.02-10-2011
20110034076ELECTRIC CONNECTOR - An electric connector that is configured simply and makes it possible to achieve thinning or downsizing excellently as well as improves electric connection reliability by preventing deformation at a fitting time to a mating connector.02-10-2011
20110034074Battery connector - A battery connector includes an insulating housing defining a receiving chamber cutting through a front and a bottom thereof, an electric terminal received in the receiving chamber and a shield shell encircling the insulating housing and spaced from the receiving chamber. The electric terminal has a base portion disposed uprightly in a rear of the receiving chamber, a contact portion extended beyond the front of the insulating housing for contacting an external battery, and a resilient portion connecting the base portion and the contact portion. A bottom of base portion is extended to form a solder portion which includes an L-shaped main body extended downward from a middle of the bottom of the base portion and two supporting bodies extended oppositely from two opposite sides of a horizontal part of the main body.02-10-2011
20110034078SHIELD CASE, RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR, AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - A shield case of the invention includes a base of a generally U-shape in front view having widthwise end portions, the end portions each having a front surface and a back surface; a pair of folded-back portions, provided on the front the back surfaces of the end portions of the base and folded back backward, or alternatively provided on the back surfaces of the end portions of the base and folded back forward; a pair of side walls, extending from the folded-back portions along a length of the end portions of the base; a pair of first locking pieces, extending downward from the side walls; and a linking portion adapted to link between the side walls. The base, the side walls, and the linking portion define a body containing portion.02-10-2011
20110034077CAMERA SOCKET HAVING FOLD-BACK CONTACT TERMINALS ARRANGED IN HIGH DENSITY - A camera socket (02-10-2011
20100167583Electrical connector - An electrical connector has an insulative housing, a plurality of terminals and a metal shell. The terminals are mounted through the insulative housing and each terminal has a mounting section, a contacting section and a soldering section. The soldering sections of all the terminals are arranged in triangular patterns. Each soldering section is located in a tip of one triangular pattern. Distances between one soldering section and adjacent soldering sections are substantially identical. The triangular patterns of the soldering section stabilize the impedance of the operating electrical connector. Therefore, the electrical connector is stable and reliable.07-01-2010
20110130037CAMERA MODULE SOCKET - A camera module socket for receiving a camera module which plates a metal coating around an outer periphery thereof includes an insulating housing defining a receiving chamber for receiving a lower portion of the camera module, a plurality of conductive terminals received in the insulating housing, a metallic shell encircling the insulating housing, and a shielding cover. The shielding cover has top board which defines a through hole at a middle thereof for allowing a top portion of the camera module exposed therefrom, and a plurality of side boards extended downwardly from side edges of the top board. The shielding cover has at least one elastic arm bent into an inner thereof from the corresponding side board for elastically abutting against the camera module and electrically connected with the metal coating, and at least one resistant tab formed at the corresponding side board for pressing against metallic shell.06-02-2011
20110130036ASSEMBLED ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - The invention discloses an assembled electrical connector, which comprises an insulating housing and at least two sets of electrical conducting terminals. The insulating housing has a main body, a first tongue and a second tongue extending from the main body and perpendicular to the main body, wherein the first tongue is longer than the second tongue, and the second tongue is located at a side of the first tongue in a lengthwise direction. The at least two sets of electrical conducting terminals comprise a first terminal set and a second terminal set, wherein the first terminal set is arranged at a side of the first tongue, and the second terminal set is arranged at a side of the second tongue. Compared with prior art, such a structure can miniaturize the volume of the electrical connector apparently and further miniaturize the volume of an electronic product utilizing the electrical connector.06-02-2011
20090311907ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - An electrical connector assembly of the invention comprises a butt plug with a contact portion and an electrical connector capable of matching the butt plug. One side of the contact portion has at least one engaging point. The electrical connector comprises an insulating body and a shield casing with at least one bottom wall. A side wall extends upward from at least one side of the bottom wall and the side wall covers at least one part of the insulating body. An opening, which is located at the front of the bottom wall and the side wall, is used for receiving the contact portion. The bottom wall has at least one fastening hole matching the engaging point. Enable the engaging point to slide into the corresponding fastening hole in parallel. When the butt plug is inserted into the shield casing once, the invention can ensure good electrical connection.12-17-2009
20100055980Extension to version 2.0 universal serial bus connector with additional contacts - An extension to USB includes an insulative tongue portion and a number of contacts held in the insulative tongue portion. The contacts have four conductive contacts and a plurality of differential contacts for transferring differential signals located behind/forward the four standard USB contacts along a front-to-rear direction. The four conductive contacts are adapted for USB 2.0 protocol and the plurality of differential contacts are adapted for non-USB 2.0 protocol. The extension to USB is capable of mating with a complementary standard USB 2.0 connector and a non-USB 2.0 connector, alternatively.03-04-2010
20100055979ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING IMPROVED TERMINALS - An electrical connector (03-04-2010
20090215314USB connector - A USB plug comprises a shell, a stationary port, upper and lower sliders and a levering device. The shell has an opening formed at a front end thereof and two pairs of terminal pins connected at a rear end thereof. The stationary port extending horizontally is fixed at a middle of the rear end of the shell, each side of the port being provided with two pairs of contacts in electrically connection with the terminal pins. The upper and lower sliders respectively have first sides thereof facing towards each other and second sides thereof being slidable along upper and lower sidewalls of the shell, each one slider having two metal contacts provided on the first side thereof corresponding to the contacts of the stationary port. The levering device is operatively provided between the upper and lower sliders in order to alternately shift the upper and lower sliders by means of an external intrusion force exerted on one of the upper and lower sliders. Advantageously the USB plug is adapted for connecting with a conventional USB socket in both upside and upside down orientation.08-27-2009
20100068932ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH METAL SHEATH - An electrical connector includes: a plastic base formed with terminal slots; terminals disposed in the terminal slots; a metal sheath disposed at one end of the plastic base and formed with two lateral planes and a middle projection; at least one screw hole member disposed on one side of the plastic base and connected to the lateral plane, wherein the screw hole member has first and second plates, a surface of the first plate is disposed at the one end of the plastic base and is formed with a screw hole on the middle of the surface of the first plate, and the second plate is integrally connected to one end of the first plate and extends to the other end of the plastic base; and at least one connecting element having a lower section formed with a connection portion, and a top end connected to the second plate.03-18-2010
20100068931ELECTRIC CONNECTOR HAVING GROUND CONTACTS FORMED FROM A GROUNDING SHIELD - An electric connector has a housing, signal and ground contacts disposed in the housing and a metal shell surrounding the housing. The metal shell has a support segment covering a top surface of the housing and with a first edge positioned adjacent to a back surface of the housing, and a second edge positioned adjacent to a front surface of the housing. The ground contacts are formed integral with and extend laterally from the second edge of the support segment by a one-step stamping process.03-18-2010
20110151716ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - [Object] The invention provides an electrical connector having a cross crosstalk prevention member such as a metal plate readily connectable to ground with simple structure of the connector itself.06-23-2011
20110097932CONNECTOR - A connector is matable with a mating connector. The connector has a contact, a housing, a sliding shell, at least one engagement portion and at least one disengagement portion. The housing holds the contact. The sliding shell covers, at least in part, the contact and the housing. The sliding shell is held on the housing so as to be movable between a mating position and a protective position. The connector is mated with the mating connector when the sliding shell is positioned at the mating position. The sliding shell is laid, at least in part, beyond a front end of the housing when the sliding shell is positioned at the protective position. The at least one engagement portion is configured to engage with the sliding shell located at the protective position so as to prevent the sliding shell from moving toward the mating position. The at least one disengagement portion is configured to disengage the engagement portion from the sliding shell when the at least one disengagement portion is brought into contact with the mating connector upon a mating process between the connector and the mating connector.04-28-2011
20110097931SHIELD CASE, AND CONNECTOR HAVING THE SAME - A shield case of the invention includes a receiving portion of generally rectangular tuboid shape adapted to accommodate a body with contacts arrayed, the receiving portion having a top plate and side walls; a folded-back portion, provided at a front end of the receiving portion and folded back rearward, or provided at a rear end of the receiving portion and folded back forward; and a cover of generally downward U-shape, extending from the folded-back portion and along the top plate and the side walls of the receiving portion.04-28-2011
20100124844STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE SHIELDING DEVICE FOR CARD CONNECTOR - The present invention relates to a structural improvement of an electromagnetic interference shielding device for a card connector, comprising a base of the card connector and an electromagnetic interference shielding device; the base of the card connector comprises a receiving space, a docking device and two male bayonet members; the receiving space is configured for receiving a PC card; the docking device comprises a set of terminals and two ground straps; the electromagnetic interference shielding device is a one-piece cover to shield the docking device, which comprises two female bayonet members, at least two grounding guide spring plates, two grounding fins and two gripping type grounding holders; the two male bayonet members of the base engage with the two female bayonet members; the grounding fins and grounding holders are connected to the two ends of the ground straps.05-20-2010
20110034080ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED CONTACTS - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing (02-10-2011
20110034079CONNECTOR AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - The invention provides a connector including a shield case having a body containing portion; first and second bodies, contained in the body containing portion and combined; first contacts, embedded in the first body and arranged in a row; and second contacts, embedded in the second body and arranged in a different row. The body containing portion includes a top plate, a bottom plate and a pair of side plates. At least one plate of the top plate, the bottom plate and the side plates is smaller in length than the other plates, and a back surface of the one plate functions as an abutting stop surface on which the first body abuts. A back surface of at least one of the other plates is provided with a lock piece, and the first and second bodies are sandwiched between the abutting stop surface and the lock piece.02-10-2011
20100297879Connector With Switch - A connector includes an insulating housing, a metal shell that covers the insulative housing, and a switch. The switch includes a fixed contact and a movable contact. The fixed contact is formed by partially bending a rear end of a top surface of a metal shell downward. The metal shell covers an insulating housing to be mated with a mating connector. The movable contact extends while having a fixed end held by the insulating housing, and bifurcates at an approximate midpoint of the movable contact. The movable contact has, at one free end, an attachment section that abuts a mating connector approaching in a mating direction and a contacting section, at an opposite free end, that contacts the fixed contact when the attachment section is pushed by the mating connector.11-25-2010
20100279545Electrical Connector Shielding Shell - An electrical connector having a shielding shell, an insulation body clad with the shielding shell, and signal terminals received in the insulation body. The shielding shell has a first wall, and ground terminals extend towards the insertion interface and are bent towards the interior of the shielding shell from a mating side of the first wall close to the mating surface. A protection body corresponding to each ground terminal is disposed on the rust wall, and each protection body includes a guide portion located on one side of each protection body close to the insertion interface and a stopping portion extended from the guide portion. The guide portion is closer to the insertion interface than the contact portion of the ground terminal, and the height of the stopping portion is lower than that of the contact portion.11-04-2010
20100261384ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector comprises an insulating body with a front housing and a rear housing coupled together to form an accommodating portion. The front housing includes vertical tongue plate that supports a plurality of conductive terminals. The terminals include a contacting portion position on the tongue, a body portion position in the accommodating portion and a tail extending from the insulating body. A metal cover can be provided to cover the insulating body.10-14-2010
20110250790SHIELDED CONNECTOR - The present invention provides a shielding assembly for a connector assembly including a connector and a counterpart connector. The shielding assembly includes a shield member having a shield wall and at least one spring element for making electrical contact between the shield wall and the counterpart connector along a first electrical conduction path in the mated situation of the connector and the counterpart connector. The spring element includes a first portion being configured for making electrical contact with the counterpart connector and a second portion for providing a spring force to the first portion. The spring element is configured for having at least a first position in the unmated situation of the connector and the counterpart connector and a second position in the mated situation of the connector and the counterpart connector, such that in the first position the second portion is arranged at a first separation from the shield wall and in the second position the second portion is arranged at a second separation from the shield wall, wherein the second separation is larger than the first separation.10-13-2011
20100093212Shielding shell of connector - A shielding shell includes an upper shell and a lower shell. The upper shell has a rear cover engaged in the lower shell, and a front cover connected to a front of the rear cover and mounted beyond the lower shell. The lower shell has a base board, two side boards protruding upward from two opposite sides of a rear of the base board, and a front board protruding upward from a front end of the base board. Two opposite ends of the front board extend sideward to form a pair of fixing boards bent rearward to lie substantially in alignment with the corresponding side boards. Wherein a free end of each of the fixing boards extends to form a fixing portion buckled into a corresponding fixing cavity defined in a front of each of the side boards for fixing the fixing board to the corresponding side board.04-15-2010
20090318024ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING REDUCED SIZE - An electrical connector (12-24-2009
20090318023ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH SLOTTED SHIELD - A connector housing includes a housing and a shield. The housing has an interior chamber extending between housing mating and back ends. The inner surface has loading and transition portions, with the loading portion located proximate to the housing mating end and the transition portion located proximate to the housing back end. The shield is shaped to fit in the interior chamber and extends between a shield mating end and a shield back end. The shield back end includes a ground contact opening. The shield includes a rim protruding from the shield back end that extends around a portion of an outer periphery of the shield back end. The rim includes a plurality of rim ends separated by a gap. The rim engages the transition portion to prevent the shield being removed through the housing mating end and the gap exposes a portion of the transition portion.12-24-2009
20110256763MITIGATION OF CROSSTALK RESONANCES IN INTERCONNECTS - In an electrical connector, a non-grounded, electrically conductive material (such as copper foil or other sheet of metal) may be located adjacent to at least one differential signal pair. An example includes a ring of material that circumscribes a leadframe assembly. Ring-shaped structures placed around, but not in contact with, the signal and ground contacts effectively mitigate cross-talk resonances in the interconnection structure.10-20-2011
20110159733VERTICAL ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector (06-30-2011
20110256762CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY WITH CONTACT PROTECTION FUNCTION - The present invention provides a connector assembly including a first connector and a corresponding second connector adapted to be mated with the first connector along a mating direction to a mating position. The first connector includes at least a first terminal arranged within the first insulating housing and a first contact member protruding from a shield in the mating direction and being arranged on an external side of the first mating portion. The second connector includes a second terminal arranged within a second insulating housing and a second contact member arranged at least partially within the second mating portion for making contact with the first contact member of the first connector. The first and second contact members establish a first make, last break contact.10-20-2011
20110053416ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING IMPROVED SHIELDING SHELL - An electrical connector includes an insulative housing having a longitude base with a plurality of contacts retained therein in a first direction, a pair of opposite arms extending from ends of the longitude base in the first direction and a shielding shell includes a top plate and a bottom plate covering on the housing. A receiving space is enclosed with the top plate, the bottom plate of the shielding shell and the pair of arms of the insulative housing. An arm-limited means is unitarily formed on the shell to abut against inside face of the pair of arms.03-03-2011
20110053415ELECTRICAL SHIELDING CAGE AND SYSTEM THEREOF - A shielding cage for receiving a plurality of electronic modules includes a bottom cage portion and a plurality of independent upper cage portions each one of which comprising a top wall and two lateral walls adapted to cooperate with the bottom cage portion. Furthermore, each of said upper cage portions defines with the bottom cage portion a respective compartment having an inner cavity for receiving an electronic module, and a subdivision of said bottom cage portion provides for a bottom wall of said compartment.03-03-2011
20110053414CROSSTALK-PROOF PLUG CONNECTOR - A crosstalk-proof plug connector has an insulating housing, a mounting bracket, multiple first terminals, multiple second terminals and a shell. The first terminals are mounted on the insulating housing. The second terminals are mounted on the mounting bracket. Each terminal has a mounting section, a soldering section and a contacting section. The soldering sections are arranged in a transverse row with a specific sequence to prevent crosstalk interfering with signal transmission.03-03-2011
20110263156RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR FOR A CABLE - A receptacle connector for a cable has an insulating housing, multiple first terminals, multiple second terminals and a shell. The first terminals are mounted on the insulating housing and each first terminal has a first soldering cup formed on the first terminal and extending backward out of the insulating housing. The second terminals are mounted on the insulating housing, are capable of cooperating with the first terminals to implement USB 3.0 protocol and each second terminal has a second soldering cup formed on the second terminal and extending backward out of the rear end of the insulating housing. The shell covers the insulating housing, the first terminals and the second terminals. The receptacle connector may be mounted one end of the cable so that cable is used for high speed data transmission between different electronic devices.10-27-2011
20110136379ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a plurality of terminals, a housing and a shield plate. The terminals are arranged and held in the housing. The shield plate is formed by bending a metal plate and attached to the housing. The housing includes a sidewall and an edge wall at an end portion of the sidewall. The shield plate includes a shield portion covering an outer surface of the sidewall and a held. The held portion is supported on a holding portion disposed on the edge wall of the housing. The shield portion includes a regulating portion capable of abutting against the outer surface of the sidewall. The regulating portion regulates deformation of the shield portion when the shield plate is attached to the housing.06-09-2011
20100311273RECEPTACLE CONNECTOR - A receptacle connector includes an insulating body having a base portion, and a shell enclosing the insulating body. Two opposite side surfaces of the base portion respectively define an inserting passage extending longitudinally and having a front end opened freely. A front of each inserting passage is provided with a preventing block. A fixing cavity is formed in a rear of the inserting passage by the partition of the preventing block. The preventing block has a guiding surface inclined outward from front to rear. The shell has two side boards against the corresponding side surfaces of the base portion. Two fixing portions are protruded inwardly from two substantially corresponding portions of two bottom edges of the side boards for gliding along the corresponding guiding surfaces in the respective inserting passages to buckle into the corresponding fixing cavities and then restrained by the preventing blocks in the fixing cavities.12-09-2010
20100330839CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A cable connector assembly, for mating with a complementary connector, includes a cable having a number of wires; and a connector comprising a contact module connected with the wires, a mounting ring attached to the cable, and a shielding shell attached to the mounting ring. The shielding shell and the mounting ring both have a number of screw threads to match with each other. An associated method of manufacturing the cable connector assembly comprises screwing the shielding shell onto the mounting ring.12-30-2010
20120309228CONNECTOR PROTECTION STRUCTURE AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR - A connector protection structure includes a connector electrically connected to an electric wire and a protector protecting the connector by surrounding the connector. The protector is formed of a protection material that includes a base material and a binder material having a melting point lower than that of the base material, and is joined in a joint portion thereof by cooling and solidifying the melted binder material. The connector is accommodated in an inner space formed in an inner surface of the protector. The binder material in the inner surface and outer surface is melted, cooled, and solidified such that the inner surface of the protector is harder than the outer surface of the protector.12-06-2012
20110189891CONNECTOR - A connector includes a metallic male terminal housing with a plurality of first joining terminals aligned and accommodated therein, a female terminal housing with a plurality of second joining terminals aligned and accommodated therein, a stacked structure that when the male terminal housing is mated into the female terminal housing, within the male terminal housing, the plural first joining terminals an the plural second joining terminals face each other to form pairs, respectively, at one surface thereof, and the first joining terminals and the second joining terminals are disposed alternately, and an electricity screening plate disposed between the stacked structure and the male terminal housing to cover a side surface of the stacked structure facing the male terminal housing.08-04-2011
20100022128RECEPTACLE AND PLUG CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A receptacle and plug connector assembly includes a receptacle having a housing with a plurality of terminals received therein and a plug mated with the receptacle and having an insulator with a plurality of contacts disposed therein. Each terminal has a base portion and two elastic arms extending from the base portion. Free ends of the two elastic arms respectively protrude towards each other to form projections. Each contact has a substantially U-shaped contacting portion received between the elastic arms and pressed by the projections of the elastic arms. Therefore, the terminals of the receptacle contact the contacts of the plug stably.01-28-2010
20100136830Terminal shield and electrical connector with a terminal shield - An electrical connector has an insulative housing, a plurality of first terminals, a plurality of second terminals and a terminal shield. The first and second terminals are mounted in the insulative housing and each terminal has a soldering segment. The terminal shield substantially shields the soldering segments of the second terminals and prevents electromagnetic interference so that transmitting high frequency signals on the second terminals is stable.06-03-2010
20120302095INTERPOSER CONNECTORS - High-speed interposer connectors that may be space-efficient, reliable, and may be readily manufactured. One example may provide an interposer connector that may be particularly space-efficient in a vertical direction by using an interposer to form an electrical connection between conductors and a main-logic board or other appropriate substrate. Another example may provide a reliable connection between conductors and a main-logic board by using fasteners to fix an interposer to the main-logic board. Another example may provide connectors that are well-suited to handling high-speed signals by providing a shield to at least partially cover a top of an interposer connector.11-29-2012
20110306242HIGH SPEED MODULAR JACK - A modular jack (12-15-2011
20110306240HIGH SPEED MODULAR JACK - A modular jack (12-15-2011
20110306239Electrical Connector - The present invention discloses an electrical connector having an insulator body, a shield, and an upper and a lower rows of terminals. The shield is constructed to enclose the insulator body. The upper and a lower rows of terminals are held in the insulator body, wherein one of the two rows of terminals is a row of low speed circuit terminals and the other is a row of high speed circuit terminals having two pairs of high speed differential signal terminals and a first ground terminal. At least a portion of the first ground terminal has a width larger than a corresponding portion of each of high speed differential signal terminals. The ground terminal of the high speed circuit is widened compared with high speed differential signal terminals, and it can effectively reduce the inductive coupling crosstalk between the high speed differential signal terminals.12-15-2011
20110306238Electrical Connector - An electrical connector including an insulator body, a shield, and an upper and lower rows of terminals held in the insulator body. One of the two rows of terminals is a row of low speed circuit terminals, and the other one is a row of high speed circuit terminals. The row of high speed circuit terminals includes two pairs of high speed differential signal terminals, and each of the high speed differential signal terminals has a contact portion, an insertion portion and a connection portion between the contact portion and the insertion portion. A part of the connection portion of the high speed differential signal terminal is folded away from the low speed circuit terminal to form a folding section. It increases the space between the high speed differential signal terminal and the low speed circuit terminal and effectively reduces the capacitive coupling crosstalk therebetween.12-15-2011
20120040559CONNECTOR HAVING PROTECTION COMPONENTS - A connector having protection components includes an insulation body, a signal transmission module provided in the insulation body, a first protection component set and a second protection component set both electrically connected to the signal transmission module. The signal transmission module includes a circuit board and an input terminal set and an output terminal set electrically connected to the circuit board. The first protection component set is electrically connected between the input terminal set and the output terminal set for protection between the lines. The second protection component set is electrically connected between the first protection component set and a grounding line, thereby providing protection between the lines and a grounding line.02-16-2012
20120040558ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR PROVIDED WITH A GROUNDING TERMINAL STRUCTURE - An electrical connector includes an insulated body having a tongue portion with upper and lower surfaces and a front end; a conduction terminal disposed on the upper surface and having a contact section; a grounding terminal disposed on the upper surface, spaced apart from the conduction terminal and having a connection section; and a grounding metal plate attached to the lower surface of the tongue portion in such a manner that the grounding metal plate is integrally formed with the connection section of the grounding terminal proximate to the front end thereof. The contact section of the conduction terminal is also located proximate to the front end of the holding tongue portion.02-16-2012
20110318962SIGNAL TRANSMISSION FOR HIGH SPEED INTERCONNECTIONS - A connector assembly includes a substrate and a connector. The substrate includes a ground layer and a trace layer. The substrate defines a substrate edge, and the ground layer defines a ground edge. The connector is mounted on the substrate such that a portion of the connector overhangs the substrate edge of the substrate. The connector includes a first signal contact that defines a mating portion, a mounting portion, a first transition portion connected to the mating portion, and a second transition portion connected to the first transition portion and the mounting portion. The first transition portion of the signal contact at least partially crosses the ground edge such that a gap is defined between the ground edge and the first transition portion and a substantial portion of the second transition portion extends over the gap when the electrical connector is mounted on the substrate.12-29-2011
20120252272INSULATING STRUCTURE FOR L-SHAPED TERMINAL - To electromagnetically-shield an L-shaped terminal in a compact and reliable manner while easily and securely fixing the L-shaped terminal, there is employed an insulating split inner housing having an L-shaped terminal receiving portion including an electric-contact-portion-side receiving portion covering an electric contact portion of the L-shaped terminal connected to a shielded wire and a wire-connection-portion-side receiving portion covering a wire connection portion of the L-shaped terminal, the electric-contact-portion-side receiving portion is covered by a conductive shield shell, the wire-connection-portion-side receiving portion is covered by a conductive housing connected to the shield shell and to a shield portion of the shielded wire, and the L-shaped terminal is insulated by the inner housing from the shield shell and the conductive housing.10-04-2012
20120003873CIRCUIT BOARD MOUNTED CONNECTOR - A circuit board mounted connector includes an exterior shield shell and a housing assembly. The exterior shield shell has a first face to be mounted on a circuit board to define an electromagnetic shielding space and a second face which is orthogonal to the first face and is opened for installation of a mating connector. The housing assembly is fitted in the exterior shield shell so that the mating connector is connected thereto. The housing assembly includes a connecting terminal member, an interior housing, an interior shield shell, and an exterior housing. The exterior shield shell includes an assembly mounting opening through which the housing assembly is installed into the exterior shield shell, in the first face of the exterior shield shell.01-05-2012
20120003871ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR FOR AN ELECTRONIC MODULE - An electrical connector is provided for electrically connecting an electronic module to an electrical component. The electrical connector includes an insulator having a module side and an opposite component side. The insulator is configured to extend between the electronic module and the electrical component such that the module side faces the electronic module and the component side faces the electrical component. Electrical contacts are held by the insulator. The electrical contacts include mating segments arranged in an array along the module side of the insulator. The mating segments are configured to mate with mating contacts of the electronic module. The electrical connector further includes a shield having a body that is at least partially electrically conductive. The body of the shield is mounted on the insulator such that the body covers at least a portion of the module side of the insulator. The body of the shield includes an opening defined by at least one interior wall of the body. The opening receives the mating segment of at least one of the electrical contacts therein such that the at least one interior wall extends at least partially around the mating segment of the at least one electrical contact.01-05-2012
20120045934USB PLUG CABLE ASSEMBLY - A cable assembly (02-23-2012
20120252271HIGH SPEED HIGH DENSITY CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A high speed connector assembly includes a header and a receptacle. The header includes an array of first contacts arranged in lines and columns, each line of first contacts being grouped in pairs, each of the first contacts having a contacting portion and a number of first shields arranged besides corresponding lines of the first contacts, each of the first shields having a contacting portion. The receptacle has a main body. The main body defines a front face and a number of receiving holes in the front face. The contact portions of each pair of the first contacts and corresponding first shield are received in the same one of the receiving holes when the header and the receptacle are mated.10-04-2012
20120015554SOCKET CONNECTOR HAVING DETECTING SWITCH - A socket connector comprises a housing, a shield covering the housing and a detecting switch mounted in the housing. The housing includes a base and a pinboard having a first board surface and a second board surface. An eSATA terminal set having seven terminals side by side is mounted on the first board surface. An USB terminal set having nine terminals is mounted on the second board surface and five terminals are connected to the five middle terminals of the eSATA terminal set to form a shared terminal structure. The shield has a shared inserting room which includes a first inserting room for connecting an eSATA plug connector and a second inserting room for connecting an USB plug connector, the second inserting room having a nonoverlapping space relative to the first inserting room. The detecting switch includes a first detecting terminal that extends into the nonoverlapping space.01-19-2012
20120252270USB Connector - A USB connector is provided that delivers a large amount of power to a connecting electronic apparatus. The USB connector includes an insulation body, a metal shield, a power contact, and an assistant contact. The metal shield cover the insulation body, and the power contact and the assistant power contact are mounted on the insulation body. Additionally, the power contact and the assistant power contact are configured to be electrically in contact simultaneously with a mating power contact of a mating USB connector.10-04-2012
20110065320CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING AN ELECTRICAL COMPENSATION COMPONENT - A connector assembly includes a contact module comprising a lead frame having contacts defining separate conductive paths. The contact module also includes a compensation component coupled to selected contacts and affecting signals transmitted along the conductive paths of the selected contacts. The contact module also includes a body overmolded over the contacts and the compensation component.03-17-2011
20110104946ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING SWITCHING TERMINAL - An electrical connector (05-05-2011
20110104945SUPER-THIN USB CONNECTOR RECEPTACLE HOUSINGS HAVING REDUCED-WEAR FINGER CONTACTS - Structures, methods, and apparatus that provide connector receptacles that have a reduced tendency to scratch and otherwise mar connector inserts, have an aesthetically-pleasing appearance, have an improved tactile response when inserts are inserted, or are very thin or have a low profile. Various examples reduce scratches and wear by utilizing domes, cylinders, balls, or other structures as finger contacts in a connector receptacle. Another example provides aesthetically-pleasing connector receptacle enclosures by forming receptacle enclosures using the same type of material, or material having the same or similar color or texture, as is used for enclosing the electronic device that includes the receptacle. Another example provides an aesthetically-pleasing receptacle enclosure by forming receptacle enclosures that are, in part or in whole, contiguous or formed with the housing. Another example provides a super-thin connector receptacle by removing fingers and portions of a shell along one or more sides.05-05-2011
20110183545ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH METALLIC SHELL FIRMLY RETAINED WITH THE INSULATIVE HOUSING - An electrical connector (07-28-2011
20120164881SHIELDED CONNECTOR - A shielded connector includes: a seat, including an insulating body having a plurality of receiving slots, in which an intermediate layer is disposed on at least a part of an inner surface of the receiving slot, a shield is disposed outside the intermediate layer, and an isolator is disposed outside the shield, at least one conductive body disposed outside the receiving slots and connected to the shields, and at least one lead-out portion electrically connected to the conductive body; and a plurality of conductive terminals, correspondingly accommodated in the receiving slot, each including a contact portion exposed at one side of the seat, a body portion extending from the other end of the contact portion into the receiving slot, and a connecting section extending from the body portion and exposed at the other side of the seat.06-28-2012
20120129395Electrical Connector System - An electrical connector system may include a plurality of wafer assemblies. Each wafer assembly may include a first overmolded array of electrical contacts defining a plurality of apertures; a second overmolded array of electrical contacts configured to be assembled with the first overmolded array of electrical contacts, the second overmolded array of electrical contacts defining a plurality of apertures; and a conductive ground bracket positioned in the wafer assembly between the first overmolded array of electrical contacts and the second array of electrical contacts. The conductive ground bracket defines a first array of ridges, each ridge of the first array of ridges positioned in an aperture of the first overmolded array of electrical contacts. The conductive ground bracket defines a second array of ridges, each ridge of the second array of ridges positioned in an aperture of the second overmolded array of electrical contacts.05-24-2012
20120129396PLUG CONNECTOR HAVING MULTIPLE CIRCUIT BOARDS AND METHOD OF MAKING THE SAME - A plug connector (05-24-2012
20120129393INTEGRATED CONNECTOR - The connector contains an insulating body, a base board, a first terminal set, and a second terminal set. The insulating body has a tongue piece and, parallel to the tongue piece, a chamber with a front opening for housing the base board. The base board has a differential terminal set conforming to a memory card transmission interface such as T-FLASH. On a top side of the base board, there are a number of first conduction terminals for connecting the first terminal set. Correspondingly, on a bottom side of the base board, there are a number of second conduction terminals for connecting the second terminal set.05-24-2012
20120135638Lamp Holder and Lamp Socket for a Gas Discharge Lamp - A lamp holder (05-31-2012
20120171897SHIELDED CONNECTOR - A shielded connector. In one embodiment, the shielded connector includes: a seat, including an insulating body with a plurality of through slots and a plurality of positioning slots, in which a shielding body is disposed in the through slot and no shielding body is disposed in the positioning slot, at least one conductive body connected to the shielding bodies, and at least one lead-out portion electrically connecting the conductive body to a motherboard; and a plurality of conductive terminals, each including a contact portion, a body portion extending from the contact portion, and a connecting portion, in which the body portion includes a positioning section extending from the contact portion and in interference fit with the positioning slot, and a conducting section extending from the positioning section into the through slot and not in interference fit with the through slot.07-05-2012
20120077379COMBO ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector assembly includes a first and a second electrical connector each having two connector ports. The first connector port of the first connector has an insulating mating tongue with a plurality of contacts thereon and an insulating protecting frame arranged side by side with the mating tongue along a longitudinal direction of the first connector and spaced away from the mating tongue. The second connector port is received in the protecting frame and has a shielding shell surrounding therearound.03-29-2012
20120171898MODULAR JACK WITH MAGNETIC MODULE OD REDUCED PROFILE - An electrical connector (07-05-2012
20120178292CONNECTOR - A connector 07-12-2012
20120178295ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED NOTCH STRUCTURE TO SEPARATE LARGE AND SMALL RECEIVING CAVITIES ARRANGED SIDE BY SIDE - An electrical connector (07-12-2012
20120178293Device For Electric Connection, A Method For Producing Such A Device, And An Electric Installation - A device for electric connection to an energy supply conductor for medium and/or high voltage having a voltage-carrying element with an outer periphery, and a tubular outer shell with an inner periphery, the outer shell being formed by a polymer, and along at least a part of the axial extension of the element the outer shell extends axially with a space between its inner periphery and the outer periphery of the element, at least along a section of said part of the axial extension of the element the space is filled with a filler of an electrically insulating material other than that of the outer shell. An electric installation including the device, and a method for producing the device.07-12-2012
20120178294Device For Electric Connection And An Electric Installation - A device for electric connection to an energy supply conductor for medium and/or high voltage, including a voltage-carrying element with an outer periphery, and a tubular outer shell with an inner periphery, the outer shell being formed by a polymer, and along at least a part of the axial extension of the element the outer shell extends axially with a space between its inner periphery and the outer periphery of the element, at least along a section of said part of the axial extension of the element the space is filled with a filler of an electrically insulating material other than that of the outer shell. The outer shell includes a connection mechanism for connecting the outer shell to the element, and in that the connection mechanism is adapted to provide a press-fit between the outer shell and the element.07-12-2012
20100304610CONNECTOR - A shielded connector which makes a shell unnecessary while ensuring a shielding function. A housing holds a housing plurality of contacts each including a contact portion brought into contact with an associated one of contact portions of a plurality of mating contacts. The connector is provided with a shield member including a shield plate body which partitions the contact portions of the contacts into two groups, a first spring portion which is brought into contact with an inner wall surface of a shell of a mating connector, and a second spring portion which is brought into contact with the inner wall surface of the shell.12-02-2010
20100304611PLUG CONNECTOR HAVING AN IMPROVED SHELL - A plug connector (12-02-2010
20120225583CONNECTOR WITH TERMINAL RETENTION - A connector includes a shield that supports a housing. The housing includes a tongue that extends in a mating region defined by the shield. The tongue includes grooves (which may be on both sides of the shield) that support a plurality of terminals. The grooves each include a retention feature that secures the terminal in the groove while allowing a mating terminal to engage the terminals in the grooves without first engage the tongue.09-06-2012
20110124225ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY HAVING SHIELDING COVER WITH IMPROVED CASING PORTION - An electrical connector assembly (05-26-2011
20110124224ELECTRICAL CARD CONNECTOR WITH STABILIZED CONTACT TAILS - An electrical card connector (05-26-2011
20120264331SHIELD CONNECTOR - A shield connector includes an insulative housing and a shield shell. The insulative housing includes a terminal holding part for holding a terminal and a wire holding part for holding a wire to be electrically connected to the terminal. The shield shell includes a first section accommodating the insulative housing and a second section integrally formed with the first section. The second section includes a groove part which is configured to position the wire therein and an extending part which is extended from an edge of the groove part and closes an opening of the groove part so as to form a tubular structure. The braided member covers the tubular structure. The fixing member is provided around the tubular structure and fastens the braided member to the tubular structure so as to electrically connect the braided member to the shield shell.10-18-2012
20110045698EMI connector filter assembly - A connector and cable assembly is disclosed that provides a means to protect another piece of electronic hardware in a system from disruptions due to electromagnetic interference by introducing an appropriate filtering element to the connector filter assembly, external to the affected electronic hardware, eliminating the need to redesign the hardware. The assembly can also accommodate a circuit breaker in one embodiment of the invention.02-24-2011
20120270443Electronic Connector - An electronic connector comprises an insulated housing, a first terminal pin set, a second terminal pin set, a third terminal pin set, a detective terminal pin and a metal shell. The insulated housing contains a base plate and defines a first space and a second space. The first, second and third terminal pin sets are located in the first and second spaces and work together to conform to the standards of USB 2.0 and 3.0. The detective terminal pin is disposed on an inner surface defining the first space. The metal shell encases the insulated housing and is electrically grounded. Thereby, when an interface is reversely inserted into the first space, the detective terminal pin can be electrically grounded. Such manner will allow the terminal pin sets to be selectively activated or deactivated according to the way of insertion of the interface into the connector to achieve a reliable communication.10-25-2012
20100248542AUDIO CONNECTOR - An audio connector includes: a body; a terminal plug fixed in position to the body and having a guide plate penetrating the body for supporting and being electrically connected to the conductive ends of a multi-core wire; a wire collecting member disposed inside the body, wherein the wire collecting member and the guide plate collectively define a receiving space for receiving and collecting the conductive ends of the multi-core wire; and a pressing member disposed inside the wire collecting member for pressing the conductive ends of the multi-core wire in conjunction with the guide plate and the wire collecting member, wherein a maximum width of the receiving space is smaller than or equal to that of the pressing surface of the pressing member.09-30-2010
20110237127CONNECTOR AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT - The invention provide a connector including a body having an insulating property, a contact provided in the body, a tuboid shield case adapted to receive the body, and a reinforcing member. The shield case includes a bent portion being a portion of the shield case bent inward and extending in an insertion direction of the body, and a depression being provided on a backside of the bent portion and extending in the insertion direction. The reinforcing member is configured to fit in at least a part of the depression.09-29-2011
20120322306ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector for mating with a complementary connector includes an insulating housing, a shielding shell covering the insulating housing and a plurality of contacts received in the insulating housing. The insulating housing includes a main body and a mating tongue extending forwardly from the main body. The mating tongue defines a number of channels extending therealong. The contacts have one pair of contacts configured to be a differential coupled signal pair. The insulating housing defines one recess located between the differential coupled signal pair to improve the signal transmission performance.12-20-2012
20120276777Plug Connector and Connector Assembly - A plug includes an insulation body, a plurality of first contacts, and a plurality of second contacts. The plurality of first contacts are assembled in the insulation body and include a plurality of first contact portions disposed at a first side of the insulation body and a plurality of first legs disposed along a second side of the insulation body. The plurality of first contact portions are arranged in a first row along the first side. The plurality of second contacts are assembled in the insulation body and include a plurality of second contact portions disposed at the first side of the insulation body and a plurality of second legs disposed along the second side. The plurality of second contact portions are arranged along a second row along the surface side of the first side such that the first row is spaced from the second row by a predetermined distance.11-01-2012
20110256764LOW PROFILE CABLE CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY - A cable connector assembly (10-20-2011
20120329324ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL MATING CONNECTOR, ELECTRICAL PLUG CONNECTION AS WELL AS ASSEMBLED ELECTRICAL CABLE - Electrical plug-and-socket connector, electrical mating connector, electrical plug-in connection and made-up electric cable. The invention relates to an electrical plug-and-socket connector (12-27-2012
20120329323METHOD FOR PRODUCING AN ELECTRIC INTERFACE AND INTERFACE - A method for the production of a multi-polar shielded electric interface, particularly a plug-in connection, such as a plug, a socket, a Y-part, a T-part, or the like comprising at least one cable (12-27-2012
20120329322CONNECTOR AND SIGNAL LINE STRUCTURE - The present invention provides a connector including a body having insulation properties and a terminal group. The terminal group includes a pair of first signal terminals, a second signal terminal, and a third terminal that are arrayed in a row along a first direction in the body. The first signal terminals are adjacent to each other in the first direction. The third terminal is disposed between one of the first signal terminals and the second signal terminal. The third terminal includes a shielding portion extending in a direction crossing the first direction.12-27-2012
20090221180ELECTRICAL TERMINATION DEVICE - An electrical termination device includes an electrically conductive shield element, an insulator disposed within the shield element, and one or more electrical contacts supported within and electrically isolated from the shield element by the insulator. The insulator includes one or more first keying elements configured to orient and retain the one or more electrical contacts in the insulator. The one or more first keying elements may be configured to prevent the one or more electrical contacts from rotating in the insulator when the one or more electrical contacts and the insulator are in a correctly assembled configuration, and prevent assembly of the insulator into an electrically conductive shield element when the one or more electrical contacts are incorrectly oriented in the insulator. The electrical termination device may be included in an electrical connector.09-03-2009
20120329321SIMPLIFIED CONNECTOR RECEPTACLES - Connector receptacles that may be used in a variety of applications, may have a desirable aesthetic appearance, may be durable and reliable, and may be manufactured in a simplified manner. One example may provide a receptacle that may be used in a number of different devices to avoid having to redesign a receptacle for different devices. Another example may maintain a desirable appearance by reducing the chance of marring or functional damage during insertions of an insert.12-27-2012
20100167584STACKED-TYPE CONNECTOR - A stacked-type connector includes a housing, a plurality of conductive terminals supported by the housing, two shields, and a spacer. A first and second tongue plate protrude from the housing in an upper and lower position and two latching arms extend from a rear portion of the housing. The plurality of the conductive terminals comprises a first terminal group and a second terminal group. The spacer comprises a main body portion and two latching portions protruding outwards respectively from two sides of the main body portion, the two latching portions configured to engage the two latching arms of the housing so as to secure the spacer on the rear portion. A plurality of positioning holes extend through the spacer in an vertical direction, and the tail portions of the plurality of the conductive terminals are inserted through the positioning holes of the spacer and protruded below the spacer.07-01-2010
20100130062ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR WITH IMPROVED ANTI-MISMATING MECHANISM - An electrical connector (05-27-2010
20120149242COMPONENT FOR ELECTRONIC APPARATUS - A component for an electronic apparatus has an insulating member that has a plurality of through holes in parallel in which the lead wires are inserted and a shield cover in which an insulating member insertion hole where the insulating member is inserted is formed that cut offs an electrical noise. The insulating member is formed in an integrated shape where parts of adjoining cylindrical parts in which the through holes are formed overlapping mutually when seen along an axial direction of the through hole. The insulating member insertion hole becomes a single hole formed identical to an outer shape of the insulating member when seen along the axial direction of the through hole.06-14-2012
20110159732CONNECTOR - The invention provides a connector including a body having insulating properties, a conductive shield case surrounding the body, and a first terminal group arrayed in a line in the body. The first terminal group includes a first terminal and a second terminal. The second terminal is disposed adjacent to the first terminal and having a higher impedance than the first terminal. The shield case includes an adjacent portion that is adjacent to at least a portion of the second terminal and on an opposite side to the first terminal. At least one of the portion of the second terminal and the adjacent portion of the shield case is extended in width so as to shorten a distance between the portion of the second terminal and the adjacent portion of the shield case in accordance with an impedance difference between the first terminal and the second terminal.06-30-2011
20130023153ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector has a housing that includes a carrier and a shield matable to define the housing. The carrier has terminal channels and terminal latches extending into the terminal channels. The shield having lead-in channels through a face of the shield. Terminals are received in corresponding terminal channels. The terminals are held in the terminal channels by the terminal latches. The carrier and the shield are molded as a single piece with a bridge connecting the carrier and the shield. The bridge is broken during assembly to allow coupling of the shield to the carrier. The lead-in channels are aligned with, and positioned forward of, the terminal channels when the shield is mated with the carrier. The lead-in channels guide mating contacts for mating with the terminals held in the terminal channels.01-24-2013
20130171871SHIELDED MULTI-POLE ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - A high-power, shielded, multi-pole electrical connector and method for installing such a connector are disclosed. The connector has separate structure for connecting each line of a multi-pole connector, with this structure housed within an electrically conductive outer shell. The inner connections are electrically insulated and shielded from the outer shell. A shielding trap is used to provide electrical contact between the outer shell of the connector and a shielding layer of a shielded electrical supply cable. The inner structure may be a male-female type or a lug-type connection. In a typical arrangement, a three-pole connector is used to provided a shielded connection to each of three power lines within a shielded cable.07-04-2013
20130178099HIGH-DENSITY DUAL-SOCKET CONNECTOR - The high-density connector contains an insulating body having at least two socket pieces extended towards a front direction. Each socket piece contains an accommodation space and, along a top side and a bottom side of the accommodation space, there is an array of terminals, respectively. A first terminal hole is configured on the body connecting the accommodation space. A terminal positioning seat with a second terminal hole is configured on the back side of the body. For each terminal, one of its ends penetrates the first terminal hole into the accommodation space and the other end penetrates the second terminal hole into the terminal positioning seat. The high-density connector with two sockets is capable of connecting two cables so as to achieve reduced space footprint and cost.07-11-2013
20130130549CABLE ASSEMBLY WITH NEW ARRANGEMENT OF TERMINALS - A cable assembly comprises a housing defining a receiving space; a spacer assembled to a rear end of the housing; a plurality of terminals integrated with the spacer, and arranged into two rows and received into the housing. And each row of terminals comprises at least two grounding terminals and a connecting piece connecting with rear ends of at least two grounding terminals. A metallic plate is received into the spacer and contacted to the connecting piece. And a cable is electrically connected with the plurality of terminals.05-23-2013
20130130547ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR CONFIGURED TO SHIELD CABLE-TERMINATION REGIONS - An electrical connector including a dielectric body and electrical contacts held by the dielectric body. The electrical contacts have a pair of signal contacts with respective mating ends configured to engage a communication connector and also with respective wire-terminating ends. The wire-terminating ends are located proximate to each other in a cable-termination region and are configured to mechanically and electrically couple to corresponding signal conductors of a cable. The electrical connector also includes a ground shield having a cover extension that extends over the cable-termination region. The cover extension is configured to shield the cable-termination region.05-23-2013
20130130548CABLE ASSEMBLY WITH NEW ARRANGEMENT OF TERMINALS - A cable assembly comprises a housing, a plurality of terminals received in the housing and divided into several terminal groups and a cable electrically connected with the plurality of terminals. Each terminal group comprises a pair of signal terminals and a grounding terminal. Each terminal defines a body portion, a mating portion extending forwardly from a front end of the body portion, and a terminating portion extending rearwardly from a rear end of the body portion. The two mating portions of the pair of signal terminals and a mating portion of the grounding terminal of each terminal group are located on two different rows, and two terminating portions of the pair of signal terminals and a terminating portion of the grounding terminal of each terminal group are located on a same row.05-23-2013
20130203289ELECTRIC CONNECTOR, TRAIN-INFORMATION TRANSMISSION/RECEPTION SYSTEM, AND METHOD FOR CONNECTING ELECTRIC CONNECTOR - There is provided an electric connector that is interposed between an in-vehicle wire cable and a train information transmission/reception apparatus. The in-vehicle wire cable includes a plurality of signal lines that transmit train information and an electrically-conductive shielded layer surrounding the signal lines. One end of a ground line is connected to the shielded layer. A casing ground is provided on a casing of the train information transmission/reception apparatus and a plurality of plug pins electrically connected to the signal lines are provided on the casing of the train information transmission/reception apparatus. The other end of the ground line is connected to an electrically-conductive connector case, which is a casing of the electric connector, and the connector case is grounded via the casing of the train information transmission/reception apparatus when the signal lines and the plug pins are electrically connected to each other.08-08-2013
20130143441UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONNECTOR - A universal serial bus (USB) connector includes a shell, a body and an elastic portion. The body is provided inside the shell and can be moved therein. The body includes a first conductive terminal provided on a first surface and a second conductive terminal provided on a second surface, the first surface disposed opposite to the second surface. The elastic portion is connected to both leading edges of the first surface and the second surface for keeping the body in position inside the shell.06-06-2013
20130149898CABLE HEADER CONNECTOR - A cable header connector includes a contact module having a support body and a plurality of cable assemblies held by the support body and arranged in a column. The cable assemblies include a contact sub-assembly configured to be terminated to a cable, and a ground shield coupled to and providing electrical shielding for the contact sub-assembly. The contact sub-assembly has a pair of signal contacts extending between mating ends and terminating ends. The signal contacts are terminated to corresponding signal wires of the cable at the terminating ends. A ground bridge is coupled to the support body and is electrically conductive. The ground bridge includes intercolumn bridges arranged between corresponding cable assemblies. The intercolumn bridges engage and are electrically connected to the ground shields of corresponding cable assemblies on both sides of the intercolumn bridges. The ground bridge electrically connects corresponding cable assemblies engaged by the intercolumn bridges.06-13-2013
20130149899CABLE HEADER CONNECTOR - A cable header connector includes a cable assembly having a contact sub-assembly terminated to a cable, a ground ferrule electrically connected to a drain wire of the cable and a ground shield coupled to the ground ferrule and providing electrical shielding for the contact sub-assembly. The contact sub-assembly has a mounting block supporting a pair of signal contacts. The signal contacts extend between mating ends and terminating ends. The signal contacts are terminated to corresponding signal wires of the cable at the terminating ends. The ground shield has walls extending along the signal contacts, and has a mating end and a terminating end. The ground ferrule has a ferrule body with a drain wire slot receiving and electrically connected to the drain wire of the cable. The ferrule body engages the ground shield to electrically connect the ground shield to the grounded element.06-13-2013
20130149900INPUT/OUTPUT CONNECTOR MOUNTING APPARATUS - A mounting apparatus for mounting an I/O connector includes a base having a chamber for accommodating the I/O connector, a cover engaged with the base thereby fixing the I/O connector in the chamber, a shielding case for receiving the base and the cover, and a resilient piece having a first end abutting the shielding case and a second end abutting a housing of the I/O connector.06-13-2013
20120276776ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector can be provided having a plurality of connector pins, and an electrically conductive connector housing with a bottom wall and a receiving opening for receiving a counter-connector. A plurality of pin receiving openings formed in the bottom wall accommodate a dielectric insert. At least one of the connector pins extends through the dielectric insert and is fastened by the dielectric insert within the respective pin receiving opening. A slide-in module can be provided with such an electrical connector, and a method for producing such an electrical connector may also be provided.11-01-2012
20110256765CONNECTION MODULE - The invention relates to a connecting module with two parallel rows of contact elements having conductor connecting contacts which are accessible from a front side of the connecting module, and two parallel rows of contact elements having conductor connecting contacts which are accessible from a rear side of the connecting module, wherein the conductor connecting contacts in one row on the front side are in each case connected to a conductor connecting contact in one row on the rear side via at least an intermediate contact, into which an insertion device can be inserted.10-20-2011
20120282807MULTI-LAYER CIRCUIT MEMBER AND ASSEMBLY THEREFOR - A multi-layer circuit member includes a conductive reference plane with first and second electrically connected regions. A pair of signal conductors are in proximity to the first region and a circuit component is in proximity to the second region. An area of increased impedance exists between the first and second electrically connected regions.11-08-2012
20130122744GROUNDING STRUCTURES FOR HEADER AND RECEPTACLE ASSEMBLIES - A receptacle assembly includes a front housing configured for mating with a header assembly and a contact module coupled to the front housing. The contact module includes a conductive holder having a first side wall and an opposite second side wall. The conductive holder has a chamber between the first and second side walls. The conductive holder has a front coupled to the front housing. The contact module includes a frame assembly that is received in the chamber. The frame assembly includes a plurality of contacts and a dielectric frame that supports the contacts. The contacts extend from the conductive holder for electrical termination. A plurality of ground clips are received in the chamber and extend from the front of the conductive holder. The ground clips are mechanically and electrically connected to the conductive holder.05-16-2013
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20120003872ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING REDUCED NUMBER OF SHIELDS - An electrical connector (01-05-2012
20120021648Electrical Connector - The present invention discloses an electrical connector, comprising: an insulative body; a plurality of electrical connection terminals disposed in the insulative body; and a shielding shell substantially enclosing the insulative body. The shielding shell has a pair of solder portions extending outward at each side thereof and a block portion formed between the pair of solder portions.01-26-2012
20120021647MINIATURIZED ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING HIGH SIGNAL TRANSMISSION RATE - An electrical connector includes a first insulating body having a base board and a first tongue board extending rearward from a bottom of the base board, first terminals each having a first contact portion disposed on the base board, a second insulating body having a base portion and a second tongue board extending forward from a bottom of the base portion, and second terminals each having a second contact portion stretching out of a front of the base portion and disposed above the second tongue board. Two opposite sides of the first tongue board protrude upward to form two clipping walls defining a receiving space therebetween. The second insulating body is received in the receiving space of the first insulating body with the base portion being clipped between the clipping walls and a front end of the second tongue board abutting against a rear end of the base board.01-26-2012
20120021646ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector includes a first insulating body having a base board and a tongue board extending rearward from the base board, and a second insulating body having a base portion and fingers extending forward from the base portion. Two opposite sides of the tongue board protrude upward to form two clipping walls and oppositely protrude outward to form two restraining portions spaced from the clipping walls. A receiving space is formed among the tongue board, the base board and the clipping walls for receiving the second insulating body therein. The base portion is clipped between the clipping walls. Front ends of the fingers prop against the base board. Each side surface of the base portion defines an elastic arm having a top connected with the side surface and a bottom beyond a bottom surface of the base portion to be restrained between the restraining portion and the clipping wall.01-26-2012
20120028500Shield Cover For Braided Wire Shield - A shield cover for a braided wire shield that is capable of securely fixing a braided wire to a shield member through a single pressing operation. The shield cover having a mating end, an inner casing, an outer cover housing. and a securing section. The inner casing positioned at an end opposite the mating end and having a shield receiving passageway. The outer cover housing positioned at the mating end of the shield cover and forming a connector receiving passageway being wider than the shield receiving passageway. The securing section extends from the inner casing toward the mating end and positioned apart from the outer cover housing.02-02-2012
20130196541CONTACT IMPEDANCE ADJUSTING METHOD, CONTACT, AND CONNECTOR HAVING THE SAME - The invention provides a method of adjusting an impedance of a contact including a first portion and a second portion having a higher impedance than the first portion. In this method, the second portion of the contact is provided with an impedance adjusting portion having electrically conductivity to increase a dimension in a thickness direction of the second portion.08-01-2013
20130196542COAXIAL CONNECTOR WITH ENHANCED SHIELDING - A male F-Type coaxial cable connector has an improved RF shield including a bridge located between and electrically interconnecting a connector fastening nut and a connector body portion.08-01-2013
20120295480ELECTRICAL CONTACT FOR SHOCK-RESISTANT ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR - An electrical connector in the form of a socket assembly defining a plurality of arcuate leaf contacts adapted for insertion of a pin contact therein. The socket assembly comprises an elongate socket core having the leaf contacts formed at a distal end thereof, and a substantially cylindrical hood surrounding the leaf contacts. In one embodiment of the invention, the hood is provided with structure for limiting the radial outward deflection of the leaf contacts when the electrical connector is subjected to shock forces. The limiting structure can be a stepped inner cylindrical sidewall of the hood, defining a reduced inner diameter portion of the hood surrounding at least a distal portion of each leaf contact.11-22-2012
20120094535ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR HAVING RENFORCEDD LOCKING PORTION - An electrical connector comprises an insulative housing having a receiving space; a plurality of terminals retained in the insulative housing; a metal retaining portion assembled on the insulative housing. The insulative housing comprises a pair of block portions extending toward opposite direction each other; and each of the blocking portions has a resisting face. The metal retaining metal includes a reinforced portion arranged behind the blocking portion and attached to the resisting face of the blocking portion. Therefore, it can prevent the blocking portion of the housing 04-19-2012

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