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Everett Simons, Roger E Weiss, Matthew McCarthy, Glenn M Amber: Apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to a compliant anisotropic conductive elastomer electrical connector. Paricon Technologies Corporation, Brian M Dingman Esq, Mirick O&apos Connell DeMallie & Lougee, December 28, 2004: US06835072 (54 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to a compliant anisotropic conductive elastomer (ACE) electrical connector that electrically connects an electrical device to a first side of a two-sided substrate. The apparatus includes a backup plate against the second ...


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Roger E Weiss, Glenn M Amber: Apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to an assembly such as a compliant anisotropic conductive elastomer electrical connector. August 16, 2005: US06929484 (25 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to an assembly such as a compliant electrical connector that electrically connects an electrical device to a first side of a two-sided substrate. The apparatus includes a backup plate coupled to the second side of the subs ...


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Glenn M Amber, Roger E Weiss: System for loading a heat sink mechanism independently of clamping load on electrical device. Paricon Technologies Corporation, Brian M Dingman, Mirick O Connell DeMallie & Lougee, July 10, 2007: US07242583 (4 worldwide citation)

A system for coupling a heat sink to an electrical device independently of a clamping member that is used to place a coupling force between the electrical device and a substrate to which the electrical device is to be electrically connected. The system includes a clamping member adapted to push the ...


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Glenn M Amber, Roger E Weiss: System for loading a heat sink mechanism independently of clamping load on electrical device. Brian M Dingman, Mirick O Connell DeMallie & Lougee, July 1, 2004: US20040125570-A1

A system for coupling a heat sink to an electrical device independently of a clamping member that is used to place a coupling force between the electrical device and a substrate to which the electrical device is to be electrically connected. The system includes a clamping member adapted to push the ...


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Roger E Weiss, Glenn M Amber: Apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to an assembly such as a complaint anisotropic conductive elastomer electrical connector. Brian M Dingman Esq, Mirick O Connell DeMallie & Lougee, November 4, 2004: US20040219807-A1

An apparatus for applying a mechanically-releasable balanced compressive load to an assembly such as a compliant electrical connector that electrically connects an electrical device to a first side of a two-sided substrate. The apparatus includes a backup plate coupled to the second side of the subs ...