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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow, Peter R Baxter: Wet mateable connector. Ocean Design, Gordon & Rees, May 18, 2004: US06736545 (63 worldwide citation)

An underwater connector has a plug unit and a receptacle unit each containing a bladder member having an internal, oil-filled chamber in which a respective contact module is located. Each contact module has an end face having both electrical and optical contacts for contact engagement with correspon ...


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Stewart M Barlow, James L Cairns: Wet-mateable electro-optical connector. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, December 25, 2001: US06332787 (57 worldwide citation)

An electro-optical connector has a plug unit and a receptacle unit which are releasably mateable in an underwater environment. Each unit has at least two separate contact chambers extending inwardly from the front end, one for containing optical contacts and the other for containing electrical conta ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow: Underwater connector. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, January 25, 2000: US06017227 (46 worldwide citation)

An underwater electro-optical connector assembly has a plug unit containing at least one contact element in a bore within the plug body and a receptacle unit containing at least one contact element in a bore aligned with the plug bore when the two parts are mated together. Each of the bores terminat ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow, Peter R Baxter: Wet-mateable electro-optical connector. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, October 15, 2002: US06464405 (46 worldwide citation)

An underwater connector has a plug and a receptacle unit each having an internal chamber in which a respective contact module is located. Each module has an end face having contacts for engagement with corresponding contacts on the other module when the units are releasably mated together. Each cham ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow: Field installable cable termination assembly. Ocean Design, Gordon & Rees, September 28, 2004: US06796821 (40 worldwide citation)

A field-installable cable termination module has an outer casing having a first end for sealably receiving the end of a cable and a second end, the casing having an internal chamber. A cable carrying at least one conductor has an end extending into the first end of the outer casing. A high pressure ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow: Underwater bulkhead feedthrough assembly. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, May 23, 2000: US06067395 (23 worldwide citation)

A bulkhead feedthrough assembly has a first end for releasable mating engagement with an underwater cable, a second end for releasable mating engagement in a bulkhead opening, and a through bore for guiding a plurality of leads from the cable through the bulkhead opening. A seal member is releasably ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow: Underwater connector assembly. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, February 23, 1999: US05873750 (22 worldwide citation)

An underwater connector assembly includes releasably mateable plug and socket units, each unit having at least one bore for receiving an optical or electrical lead connected to a terminal at a forward end of the bore, the terminals being mated when the units are connected together. A shaft extends f ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow, Peter R Baxter, Steven J Kowalcky, William S Taylor: End seal assembly for tubular conduit. Ocean Design, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, November 20, 2001: US06321021 (20 worldwide citation)

An end seal assembly is mounted in a conduit or feedthrough body with a through bore of stepped diameter between its ends into which a fiber or wire-carrying metal cable extends. An inner end of the cable is stopped against a shoulder in the through bore, with at least one fiber or wire extending fr ...


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William F Mudge III, Stewart M Barlow: Submersible connector with secondary sealing device. Teledyne ODI, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, April 13, 2010: US07695301 (20 worldwide citation)

A submersible connector has releasably mateable first and second connector units. The first connector unit has at least one electrical pin extending through a bore in a retaining base and projecting outward from the forward end of the base. The second connector unit has at least one electrical socke ...


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James L Cairns, Stewart M Barlow: Harsh environment sealing apparatus for a cable end and cable termination and associated methods. Ocean Design, Procopio Cory Hargreaves & Savitch, February 27, 2007: US07182617 (15 worldwide citation)

A sealing apparatus is operative between a cable end and a cable termination and includes an elastomeric inner seal and an elastic outer seal. The sealing apparatus is for a cable end including a cable jacket and at least one cable member extending outwardly therefrom, with the cable termination inc ...