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Convenient and reliable circuit card and cable retention is achieved by placing the card in a holder having rotatable locking retainers and cable housing latches.
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Circuit Card And Cable Retainer
Convenient and reliable circuit card and cable retention is achieved by
placing the card in a holder having rotatable locking retainers and cable housing
In the figure, circuit card 1, having connector housings 2 and modules 3, is
placed in grooves 4 at the edges of holder 5. The holder and card are locked in
position by engaging housings 2 with mating circuit board pins and inserting
retainers 6 in tabs 7, 8 so that cam shoulders 9 can be rotated one quarter turn to
engage fixed gate surfaces, not shown.
Cables 11 with attached connector housings 12 are mated with pins 13 of
right-angle housings 14 along the top edge of card 1. Housings 12 are depressed
sufficiently to lock the rear edges 15 beneath pairs of latches 16 integrally formed
with holder 5. Retainers 6 and latches 16 thus prevent the inadvertent separation
of circuit card 1 and cables 11 during testing, ship or operation.
Disassembly is readily accomplished by slightly depressing housings 12 to
free edges 15 from latches 16 for cable removal. Card 1 and holder 5 are then
freed for removal by a one quarter turn of each retainer 6.