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The hand held SCSI cable extractor was developed to aid in the removal of the SCSI cable and eliminate damage to the product.
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Hand Held Card Edge SCSI Cable Extractor
The problem solved by this invention is removing connectors without bending pins and/or damaging connector housings.
The core idea of this invention is the ease of removing connectors without bending the pins contained within.
This invention works by two support legs resting on the edge of the card and a tab that slips into the connector strain relief slot. Then with the squeeze of the trigger, the connector is extracted quickly and easily without any damage to the pins or connector housing.
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