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Luttmer Willem: Electrical connector devices. International Computers, Misegades Douglas & Levy, March 5, 1974: US3795037 (266 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector comprises a plurality of elongated flexible conductors embedded in, and extending between surface of, a block of elastomeric insulating material.


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Peter E Hugin: Multiple plate assembly for forming electrical connector or switch. Multilam Corporation, Townsend & Townsend, March 22, 1977: US04013329 (31 worldwide citation)

Apparatus defining an electrical connection capable of carrying relatively high electrical currents including a number of heavy-duty electrical conductors normally spaced apart and electrically interconnected by an improved connector unit having a plurality of spaced, stacked plates having louvered ...


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William R Bailey, Antonio A Garay, Keith A Rosborough: Electrical connectors. Labinal Components and Systems, Leydig Voit & Mayer, January 17, 1995: US05382169 (15 worldwide citation)

Electrical connector devices are provided for interconnecting external conductors with a connecting member such as a circuit which has upwardly projecting components that are adjacent contact areas on an exposed surface. The connector device comprises an insulator body for supporting a plurality of ...


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Steven Cummings, Keith Cummings: Electrical connector devices and methods. Workman Nydegger & Jenson, February 2, 1988: US04722579 (13 worldwide citation)

A novel device and method for making an electrical connection to an insulated wire conductor. The device comprises a conductive tube which has a plurality of spring teeth connected thereto and disposed therein so as to virtually block the tube entirely when the teeth are undeflected. Thus, for examp ...


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Norman M Sacks: Modifiable stop element for cable connector assemblies. Burndy Corporation, Howard S Reiter, March 11, 1980: US04192964 (12 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to high voltage electrical connector devices, and in one embodiment, wherein insulated cable means are to be interconnected by a compression connector, with associated bushing adaptors at the cable ends forming seats for the ends of an overall primary splice housing having an ...


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Anthony Freakes: Electrical connector devices and methods for employing same. Kaplan Gilman Gibson & Dernier, January 31, 2006: US06991488 (12 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector for connecting two or more wires together electrically, having wire slots are oriented in a direction substantially parallel to each other, facilitating the use of only one operation to connect all wires; also retaining a terminated wires. Also methods for producing such conn ...


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Electrical connector devices for office furniture and partitions. Strasbourg Forges, January 27, 1982: GB2080047-A (8 worldwide citation)

Electrical connector devices suitable for furniture and partitioning in offices, include connector blocks (1) which can be joined to the mains and act as sockets for the receipt of one or more plugs for feeding current to lighting or other electrical devices. Flexible joint members 8 may interconnec ...


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Pradeep Gandhi: Method of attaching circuitry to a modular jack connector using electrically conductive paste. Ormet Circuits, Stephen E Reiter, Foley & Lardner, April 6, 2004: US06716036 (6 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are electrical connector devices with integrated electronic components, including magnetic devices. The electronic components integrated into the connector are electrically connected to one another and the connector pins by an electrically conductive circuit formed directly on the connecto ...


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William R Bailey, Antonio A Garay, Keith A Rosborough: Electrical connectors. Labinal Components and Systems, Leydig Voit & Mayer, October 29, 1996: US05569039 (5 worldwide citation)

Electrical connector devices are provided for interconnecting external conductors with a connecting member such as a circuit which has upwardly projecting components that are adjacent contact areas on an exposed surface. The connector device comprises an insulator body for supporting a plurality of ...


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Butcher Eric James, Sharman Arthur Victor: Improvements in or relating to electrical connector devices. Mk Electric, December 6, 1972: GB1298758-A (5 worldwide citation)

1298758 Two-part couplings; ceiling roses MK ELECTRIC Ltd 19 April 1971 [9 March 1970 12 June 1970] 11171/70 and 28957/70 Heading H2E An electrical connector, e.g. a ceiling rose, comprises a base to be secured to a surface, having live terminals (17, 19, Fig. 2, not shown) and an earth terminal 18 ...