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An automatic locator 1 for connecting power probes to a receptacle in a printer is shown in the Figure.
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Automatic Locator of Receptacle Power Probes
An automatic locator 1 for connecting power probes to a receptacle in a
printer is shown in the Figure.
The locator 1 comprises a slide mounting plate 2, a slide 3, a lower right
guide 4, a right side guide 5, a horizontal pivot plate 6 and a vertical pivot plate 7.
A printer (not shown) is conveyed to the automatic locator 1 from direction P for
connection to a receptacle probe 8.
In operation the slide 3 is moved toward the printer receptacle utilizing a
lower pneumatic cylinder 9. The lower guide 4, mounted on the vertical pivot
plate 7, and the right side guide 5, mounted on the horizontal pivot plate 6, are
located to contact the printer cabinet. After they contact the cabinet, the
horizontal pivot plate 6 and the vertical pivot plate 7 are accurately aligned so as
to align the receptacle probe 8 with the receptacle of the printer. The receptacle
probe 8 is then moved forward utilizing the upper pneumatic cylinder 10 in
direction A toward the printer, in a plane parallel to the slide 3 until the receptacle
pins 11 make contact with the receptacle of the printer power source.
The ground loop check followed by the high potential test is performed, the
slide 3 is retracted and the printer moves to the next assembly station, thereby
economically and accurately testing the printer without operator intervention.