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Right Angle Electrical Connector

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000091220D
Original Publication Date: 1969-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 30K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Maples, RG: AUTHOR

Abstract

This right-angle electrical connector comprises a molded block 10 of dielectric material and has a plurality of uniformly spaced L-shaped open-end apertures 11. For assembly purposes, apertures 11 are filled with conductive epoxy 12. Connector pins 13 are partially inserted into apertures 11 and contact epoxy 12 so that a predetermined portion of each pin 13 protrudes from block 10. Pins 13 are retained in block 10 by epoxy 12. Pins 13 project on two sides at right angles to each other. This right-angle electrical connector assembly is adapted for making electrical connections board to board, printed circuit card to printed circuit card, board to printed circuit card or board to cable, etc.

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Right Angle Electrical Connector

This right-angle electrical connector comprises a molded block 10 of dielectric material and has a plurality of uniformly spaced L-shaped open-end apertures 11. For assembly purposes, apertures 11 are filled with conductive epoxy 12. Connector pins 13 are partially inserted into apertures 11 and contact epoxy 12 so that a predetermined portion of each pin 13 protrudes from block 10. Pins 13 are retained in block 10 by epoxy 12. Pins 13 project on two sides at right angles to each other. This right-angle electrical connector assembly is adapted for making electrical connections board to board, printed circuit card to printed circuit card, board to printed circuit card or board to cable, etc.

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