Post Header Connector for Magnet Wire Termination
Original Publication Date: 1984-Dec-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-05
A motor has its terminal wires connected to posts, which must be spaced from each other for assembly purposes a distance greater than the standard spacing of an electrical connector. A post header connector holds the posts so that they are spaced the standard spacing of an electrical connector. A coil bobbin 1, which forms part of a motor, has a plurality of posts 2, which are spaced 0.200" from each other, mounted on a post support 3 of the bobbin 1 and to which magnet wires 4 are attached by soldering, welding, brazing or wire wrapping, for example. A coil bobbin 5, which also forms part of the motor, has a plurality of posts 6, which are spaced 0.200" from each other, mounted on a post support 7 to which magnet wires 8 are attached in the same manner as the magnet wires 4 are attached to the posts 2.