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Christian A M Debbaut: Protected electrical connector. Raychem Corporation, October 18, 1994: US05357057 (34 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for protection of electrical contacts as well as a process for splicing electrical wires that are to be exposed to an adverse environment. The protection apparatus ensures that the electrical contacts are protected when they are otherwise located in an adverse environment. In ...


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Bryce W Blair, Jeffrey M Norton, Daniel E Stahl: ESD protected electrical connector and ESD grounding clip therefor, and circuit panel connector assembly and method of assembling same. AMP Incorporated, Anton P Ness, May 15, 1990: US04925400 (31 worldwide citation)

A connector which has alignment holes to receive alignment posts of a mating connector, includes conductive clips in each alignment hole having forwardly extending spring arms to be engaged and deflected laterally by forward ends of respective alignment posts. The clip spring arms discharge the elec ...


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George Marmaropoulos: Quick release mechanical connector including protected electrical connector. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Aaron Waxler, July 27, 2004: US06767218 (22 worldwide citation)

A quick release buckle for securing both an electrical connection and a mechanical coupling includes a multiple pin male portion of an electrical connector. The buckle also includes means for receiving the male portion of an electrical connector to form an electrical connection, a first protective h ...


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Chandler Curtis S, Novotny Larry G, Watts Elvert Steven: Shunt-protected electrical connector.. Amp, July 4, 1984: EP0112711-A1 (19 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector in which preselected terminals (16) are shunted. Contact portions (108) of the terminals (16) are aligned with a shunt bar (113, 113 min ) and are resiliently deformable from positions engaging the shunt bar (113, 113 min ) in an unmated condition of the connector to position ...


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Robert Neil Whiteman Jr, Scott Stuart Smith: ESD protected electrical connector. The Whitaker Corporation, Anton P Ness, October 7, 1997: US05674083 (16 worldwide citation)

An electrical connector (10) having an array of contacts (14) in housing (12), and including a conductive member (50) affixed to the housing to be nonengagingly adjacent the contacts and define spark gaps (80) therebetween such as at protrusions (58) along body section (52) of the conductive member ...


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Melvin S Ludwig, Hakki M Tansi: Protected electrical connector. Eagle Electric Mfg Co, Kirschstein Kirschstein Ottinger & Cobrin, June 10, 1980: US04206957 (14 worldwide citation)

A spring mounts a protective cover on an electrical outlet connector body for non-sliding, swinging movement along an arcuate path between a plug-blocking position, in which the cover blocks slots formed in the connector body, and a plug-passing position, in which openings in the cover are aligned w ...


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Christian Arthur Marie Louise Debbaut: Method and device for making a protected electrical connector. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, June 17, 1997: US05639992 (9 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for protection of electrical contacts as well as a process for splicing electrical wires that are to be exposed to an adverse environment. The protection apparatus ensures that the electrical contacts are protected when they are otherwise located in an adverse environment. In ...


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Ludwig Melvin S, Tansi Hakki M: Connecteur electrique protege, Protected electrical connector. Eagle Electric Mfg Co, SWABEY OGILVY RENAULT, August 3, 1982: CA1129027

PROTECTED ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE A spring mounts a protective cover on an electricaloutlet connector body for non-sliding, swinging movementalong an arcuate path between a plug-blocking position, inwhich the cover blocks slots formed in the connector body,and a plug-passing ...


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Jr R N Whiteman, S S Smith: Esd protected electrical connector. The Whitaker Co, cui yaobeng, August 18, 1999: CN96180178

An electrical connector (10) having an array of contacts (14) in housing (12), and including a conductive member (50) affixed to the housing to be nonengagingly adjacent the contacts and define spark gaps (80) therebetween such as at protrusions (58) along body section (52) of the conductive member ...


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Whiteman Robert Neil Jr, Smith Scott Stuart: Esd protected electrical connector. The Whitaker Corporation, NESS Anton P, May 29, 1997: WO/1997/019497

An electrical connector (10) having an array of contacts (14) in housing (12), and including a conductive member (50) affixed to the housing to be nonengagingly adjacent the contacts and define spark gaps (80) therebetween such as at protrusions (58) along body section (52) of the conductive member ...