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EthernetPort that cable can be easily exhausted

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000172063D
Original Publication Date: 2008-Jun-27
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2008-Jun-27
Document File: 4 page(s) / 85K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Abstract

In this idea, the Ethernetport hole is improved. And, when the cable is pulled out,the necessity picked up by the finger etc.is lost. (Even if you do not push the fingernail). It is made to combine the switch and the spring, and to be automatic to be Hi injured and to take with the switch. As a result, it is the one to cancel the trouble that happens when pulling it out by hand power. It is described this trouble as follows. For instance, the cable has stuck in the place where the finger doesn't reach. The finger doesn't enter narrowly between cables. The fingernail of the cable is hard. etc..

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EthernetPort that cable can be easily exhausted

In this idea, the Ethernetport hole is improved.

picked up by the finger etc.is lost. (Even if you do not push the fingernail).

It is made to combine the switch and the spring, and to be automatic to be Hi injured and to take with the switch.

As a result, it is the one to cancel the trouble that happens when pulling it out

 s for parts A of the Gegzac type, only horizontal direction can be operated. Parts B unite with parts A in part AB uniting part, and rotate around the uniting part. Moreover, parts B are supported by the fulcrum α(Fixation is not done).

The switch is used to lock parts A, and it rotates around the switch fixation part.

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It is pushed to the cable point when the cable is inserted, and parts A move horizontally left. The spring is pushed to parts A and compressed. On the other hand, parts B do the gyration by moving part AB uniting part to the left side as the uniting part being mainly supported by the fulcrum α(arrow β). Moreover, the switch also does the gyration centering on a fixed part. (arrow γ)

Figure 3-3 is a state chart when the cable is completely inserted. Parts A are fixed by the switch lock part though parts A receive the power pushed in the direction of the horizontal and right side with the spring of the compressional state.
(Because it is made to move in parts A only horizontally, do not rotate. )

On the other hand, parts B of the cable point. 「Fingernail2"Hook"」It doesn't come off outside of.

When the lock is released, it only has to push the upper part of the left of the switch, and the switch lock part is removed, and, as a result, parts A that receive the repulsion power of the spring move in the direction of the horizont...