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Disclosed is a stopper for preventing data connectors from being disengaged by an unexpected force.
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Stopper for Data Connector
Disclosed is a stopper for preventing data connectors from being disengaged
by an unexpected force.
Referring to Fig. 1, the stopper has four beams 1 and two ribs 2. The data
connectors 3 and 4 engage each other, as shown in Fig. 1. The connector 3 has
a rib 5, and the connector 4 has an extended portion 6 and a rib 7. The same
ribs and extended portion are provided on the bottom sides of the connectors 3
and 4. When the stopper is engaged with the data connectors 3 and 4, as shown
in Fig. 2, the beams 1 engage with the ribs 5 and 7, and the ribs 2 engage with
the backsides of the extended portion 6, whereby the stopper prevents the
unexpected disengagement of the data connectors 3 and 4.
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