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Multiple Wire Termination

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000094257D
Original Publication Date: 1966-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-06
Document File: 2 page(s) / 36K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Uberbacher, EC: AUTHOR

Abstract

In order to connect more than one wire on printed circuit board pin 13, end-stripped wire 15 is received in straight, two-part solder tube 17. The latter includes heat-shrinkable plastic sleeve 19. This has circular window 21 and solder ring 23. Wire end 25 is positioned between ring 23 and sleeve 19. This assembly is then bent at window 21 and inserted on pin 13. Ring 23 engages pin 13 which projects through window 21. Application of a low-temperature heat results in a solder connection and shrinks sleeve 19 to give good mechanical attachment. Pin 13 projecting through window 21 is available for connection to another wire, as indicated by the dashed line.

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Multiple Wire Termination

In order to connect more than one wire on printed circuit board pin 13, end- stripped wire 15 is received in straight, two-part solder tube 17. The latter includes heat-shrinkable plastic sleeve 19. This has circular window 21 and solder ring 23. Wire end 25 is positioned between ring 23 and sleeve 19. This assembly is then bent at window 21 and inserted on pin 13. Ring 23 engages pin 13 which projects through window 21. Application of a low-temperature heat results in a solder connection and shrinks sleeve 19 to give good mechanical attachment. Pin 13 projecting through window 21 is available for connection to another wire, as indicated by the dashed line.

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