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Insertion Socket

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000091997D
Original Publication Date: 1968-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 42K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Kehagioglou, T: AUTHOR

Abstract

In this socket having coaxial AC features, metal body 10 has a plurality of counterbored holes 12 that accept plastic inserts 16 which, in turn, house contact pins 14. In assembly, plastic insert 16 accepts contact pin 14 resulting in subassembly 18. The latter is inserted into one of holes 12. Contact pins 14 have protrusions which are either the male pluggable 14B or the solder cup type 14A. Sockets constructed with pins 14 having male pluggable protrusions 14B can also be used for temporary connections by being connected piggyback to permanently mounted sockets having solder cup type protrusions.

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Insertion Socket

In this socket having coaxial AC features, metal body 10 has a plurality of counterbored holes 12 that accept plastic inserts 16 which, in turn, house contact pins 14. In assembly, plastic insert 16 accepts contact pin 14 resulting in subassembly 18. The latter is inserted into one of holes 12. Contact pins 14 have protrusions which are either the male pluggable 14B or the solder cup type 14A. Sockets constructed with pins 14 having male pluggable protrusions 14B can also be used for temporary connections by being connected piggyback to permanently mounted sockets having solder cup type protrusions.

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