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A connector for a printed circuit card 1 which provides electrical connections to the card through a sealed bulkhead 2 is shown in Figs. 1 and 2.
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A connector for a printed circuit card 1 which provides electrical connections
to the card through a sealed bulkhead 2 is shown in Figs. 1 and 2.
The connector comprises a single moulded part 3 having a channel shaped
based section 4 and two upright posts 5. The base section 4 is screwed or
otherwise fixed to bulkhead 2 over an aperture therein. A seal 6 is provided
around the aperture rim.
The connector further includes reformed pins 7, which are moulded in, and
provide electrical connection from one side of the bulkhead to the other. Card
locating pins 8 are also moulded into the top of posts 5. Card 1 is mounted on
the pins 7 and 8 and soldered to them. The card is spaced from connector 3 by
spacers 9. Depending portions 10 of the connector form part of the guide
surfaces of a socket into which an external cable card (not shown) may be
plugged for connection to pins 7.
The card 1 carries circuit components (not shown) on its rear face which may
be soldered to it at the same time that the card is soldered to the pins, e.g., by
wave soldering. Its vertical orientation also facilitates the connection of tape
cable plugs, such as 11, the cable from which may extend flexibly to moving
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