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Fig. 1 shows a wire retainer which has posts 15 and arms 20. Arms 20 are slanted downward, and the arms from adjacent posts meet at point 23. The posts 15 are mounted on a base 10.
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Fig. 1 shows a wire retainer which has posts 15 and arms 20. Arms 20 are
slanted downward, and the arms from adjacent posts meet at point 23. The posts
15 are mounted on a base 10.
Arms 20 are made of a pliable material so that a wire can be forced through
point 23 into space 30.
The wire retainers shown in Fig. 1 are bonded to the surface of a printed-
circuit board in the arrangement shown in Fig. 2. The openings are generally
positioned so that wire strain will be concentrated in the direction of maximum
strength. The wires are generally routed from the point of attachment through
the nearest retainer opening and through any other points needed to take up wire
slack. The retainer profile is low so that wires to various other points may pass
over the retainer. This allows additional freedom for maze penetration and
minimizes the need for operator intervention when using automatic maze
The wires can be easily pressed into the openings, but once in place, they
can be only extracted lengthwise.
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