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Nepovim Zdenek: Cable connector. Lindsay Specialty Products, June 6, 1972: US3668612 (169 worldwide citation)

A connector for attachment to the end of a coaxial cable having an axial core electrode or conductor and a conductive sheath electrode or conductor includes a housing having an integral tubular skirt formed from four rearwardly extending tongues collectively formed with a rearwardly facing external ...


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Ghirardi Paul S, McGowan Eugene V: Fitting means for axially slit corrugated conduits. General Motors Corporation, January 16, 1973: US3711633 (87 worldwide citation)

In a preferred form, this disclosure relates to fitting means for use with a flexible, plastic, axially slit, corrugated tube for housing a plurality of electrical leads. The fitting means each include first and second portions which are adapted to be attached to the corrugated tube at axially space ...


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Philibert Robert A, Polimine Robert, Parkins Eversly V: Expansion joint for connecting rigid conduit with grounding continuity. General Signal Corporation, George W Killian et al, January 1, 1974: US3783178 (79 worldwide citation)

In order to protect personnel, promote safety and prevent equipment damage it is conventional for electrical conduits to be grounded with a high integrity ground. Because of the expansion and contraction which may take place in electrical conduits it is sometimes necessary to provide telescoping or ...


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Kelly William E: Raceway terminator. Thomas & Betts Corporation, September 7, 1971: US3603912 (73 worldwide citation)

A raceway terminator for coupling a jacketed flexible metallic raceway to an electrical enclosure comprising a body portion, a gland nut for assembly therewith, a grounding cone and a sealing ring. The sealing ring has tapered leading and trailing edges and an annular shoulder thereabout which coope ...


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Paskert Joseph Henry: Flexible conduit connector. Eaton Corporation, Teagno & Toddy, December 31, 1974: US3858151 (59 worldwide citation)

An improved connector for securing a helically grooved flexible electrical conduit with a junction box is formed as a one-piece metal clip. The clip has a tubular body with tabs and barbs which engage the helical groove in the conduit to prevent the conduit from being pulled out of the clip and to e ...


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Ghirardi Paul S: End fitting for corrugated conduit. General Motors Corporation, January 16, 1973: US3711632 (59 worldwide citation)

In a preferred form, this disclosure relates to an end fitting for use for a flexible, plastic, axially slit, corrugated tube for housing a plurality of electrical leads. The end fitting includes a pair of sections of generally semicircular cross-sectional shape which are integrally hinged by a hing ...


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Swanquist Wesley W: Connector for non-metallic sheathed cable. All Steel, Robert C Brown Jr et al, January 29, 1974: US3788582 (53 worldwide citation)

A connector for connecting non-metallic sheathed cable to electrical boxes in which the connector is an all plastic, screwless device, in the form of a tubular plastic body having a cross bore in the end of same that is to protrude from the box in which is journaled a rotary cam member that is shape ...


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Taylor Philip W: Modular wiring duct and wire holder system. Taylor, Hauke Patalidis & Dumont, September 16, 1975: US3906146 (50 worldwide citation)

A wiring duct and wire holder modular system for use in wiring electrical equipment as used in control panels and electrical cabinets for machine tools, industrial installation, computers and the like. The wiring duct or wireway system of the invention consists of modular units for supporting and di ...


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Collins Kenneth M, Davis John B: Electrical connector for waterproof jacketed armored cable. Grouse Hinds Company, March 2, 1971: US3567843 (45 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for attaching an armored cable having an exterior waterproof jacket to a junction box, such that the cable is rigidly mechanically gripped by the connector, is electrically grounded thereto, and is sealed therein in a watertight seal, consists of a resilient grommet surroundi ...


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Improvements in conduits for electric cables. Arthur Harry Stevens, Geoffrey Arthur Stevens, December 9, 1942: GB549840-A (38 worldwide citation)

549,840. Conduits for electric cables. STEVENS, A. H., and STEVENS, G. A. Sept. 8, 1941, No. 11431. [Class 36] Lengths of electric cable conduit, or a length of such conduit and a bend, T-member, box or other fitting, are joined by a connector comprising a trough section body having a clamping plate ...