Abstract: An optical-fiber connector includes a handle, a sleeve member, and connecting housings each including a housing body and an elastic arm. Each elastic arm includes engaging blocks protruding from the elastic arm and a slidable groove on the corresponding housing body. The slidable grooves face each other. The handle includes a handle body between the elastic arms and a handle member extending from the handle body. Two slidable blocks are at two sides of the handle body and respectively inserted into the slidable grooves, and two protruding blocks are at two sides of the handle member. The sleeve member is fitted over the handle member. First and second engaging grooves are on a wall surface of the sleeve member, and the first and second engaging grooves are on different positions of the wall surface of the sleeve member. Accordingly, the length of the handle is adjustable.
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector is provided for contacting conductive surfaces of a conductive substrate. The connector includes an insulated housing out of a terminal retaining member and an outer shell enclosing the insulated housing. The outer shell includes two side plates extending toward two sides of a mount member at the rear portion of the insulated housing. The conductive substrate is inserted into the mount member and in contact with first receptacle terminals. An embedded member is inserted between the side plates for positioning the conductive substrate. Hence, the electrical receptacle connector can be connected with the conductive substrate without connecting to an additional FPC receptacle connector and additional terminals of the FPC connector. Consequently, a product with the connector can be assembled with flexible circuit board or flexible flat cables, and the circuit board or cable can be replaced easily when the board or the cable has defects.
Abstract: An all-in-one electrical receptacle connector includes an audio connector body, an audio connector component, and an electrical connector. The audio connector component is assembled with an audio fixation groove of the audio connector body, and the electrical connector is assembled with a connector fixation groove of the audio connector body. Accordingly, the audio receptacle connector (audio jack) is assembled with receptacle connector(s) with different connection interfaces (e.g., Micro USB, USB type-C, HDMI) to have an all-in-one electrical receptacle connector including the audio receptacle connector and the electrical connector in the electronic product. Therefore, the waterproof function of the housing of the electronic product can be improved effectively.
August 1, 2018
Date of Patent:
November 19, 2019
Jia Chen, Pin-Yuan Hou, Jia-Qi Li, Hsu-Fen Wang
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector includes a plurality of lower terminals, a lower insulator, a shielding plate, a plurality of upper terminals, an upper insulator and an outer insulator. The lower insulator partially covers the lower terminals and exposes a lower contact area of a lower contact segment of each lower terminal. The shielding plate is assembled onto the lower insulator. The upper insulator partially covers the upper terminals, exposes an upper contact area of an upper contact segment of each upper terminal, and is assembled onto the lower insulator. The outer insulator partially covers the above elements, and exposes the lower contact areas and the upper contact areas.
Abstract: An electrical plug connector includes a plurality of terminals and an insulator, a pair of grounding latches, a shielding spring and a shielding shell. Each of the terminals has a contacting segment and an elastic segment. Each of the contacting segments has a stopping face. The insulator partially covers the terminals and has a plurality of stopping edges. When the electrical plug connector is inserted into an electrical receptacle connector, shape deformation of each of the elastic segments shifts the corresponding contacting segment until the corresponding stopping edge is against the corresponding stopping face, and each contacting segment does not protrude from the insulator. When the electrical plug connector is not inserted into the electrical receptacle connector, shape recovery of each of the elastic segments restores the corresponding contacting segment and the corresponding stopping edge is away from the stopping face.
Abstract: An electrical connector including an insulating body and a plurality of terminals disposed in the insulating body is provided. At least one of the terminals has a first section and a pair of second sections. The second sections structurally extend and branch out from the first section. On a plane where the terminals are located, orthogonal projections of the second sections are misaligned and do not overlap with each other.
April 17, 2019
October 24, 2019
Advanced Connectek Inc.
Yu-Lun Tsai, Pin-Yuan Hou, Hsu-Fen Wang, Kang Qin Li, Xi Wang
Abstract: An electrical connector including an insulating body, a plurality of terminals, and at least one grounding member is provided. The terminals and the grounding member are disposed in the insulating body. At least one grounding terminal among the terminals and the grounding member next to the grounding terminal form an integrally-molded structure. A portion of the grounding terminal and a portion of the grounding member are misaligned from each other along an arrangement direction of the terminals.
April 17, 2019
October 24, 2019
Advanced Connectek Inc.
Yu-Lun Tsai, Pin-Yuan Hou, Hsu-Fen Wang, Kang Qin Li, Xi Wang
Abstract: An electrical plug connector includes a first terminal module and a second terminal module disposed inside a metallic shell. The first terminal module includes a first insulated member and first plug terminals, a first combining portion, and a first conductive strip assembled on the first insulated member. The second terminal module includes a second insulated member and second plug terminals, a second combining portion, and a second conductive strip assembled on the second insulated member. The first terminal module and the second terminal module are formed by different plastic injection molds, and therefore the assembly of the first plug terminals, the second plug terminals, the first combining portion, and the second combining portion on the first insulated member and the second insulated member becomes easy. No additional Mylar film is utilized because no terminal groove appears on the outer surface of the first insulated member and the second insulated member.
Abstract: An optical fiber cassette with corresponding rail structures includes a plurality of rail structures and an optical fiber cassette. Each rail structure includes a front flexible buckling arm and a rear buckling hook. The front flexible buckling arm includes a first suspended arm reflexed from a front portion of the rail structure and a stopping block formed on an end portion of the first suspended arm. The optical fiber cassette is located between the corresponding rail structures. The optical fiber cassette includes a front engaging block corresponding to the front flexible buckling arm and a rear buckling arm corresponding to the rear buckling hook. The rear flexible buckling arm includes a second suspended arm reflexed from a rear portion of the optical fiber cassette and an engaging hook formed on an end portion of the second suspended arm.
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector includes a shielding shell, an insulating body and a plurality of terminals. The shielding shell has a front opening, a bottom opening and an electrical connecting portion. The electrical connecting portion is located between the front opening and the bottom opening. The insulating body is disposed inside the shielding shell and has a tongue. The tongue is exposed to the front opening. The terminals are disposed at the insulating body. Each of the terminals has a contact segment and a soldering segment. The contact segment is located on the tongue, and the soldering segment is extended from the insulating body, exposed to the bottom opening and arranged in double rows.
Abstract: A micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) terminal structure of board-to-board electrical connector and manufacturing method thereof are provided. The terminal of the terminal structure includes a side arm, a bent portion, and a flexible arm integrally formed as one component. The flexible arm includes a first portion and a second portion. The first portion and the side arm form an insertion space. The second portion and the side arm form a locking space. The second portion of the flexible arm has a contact portion. The insertion space is greater than the locking space. The terminal has curved and locking features to extend the moment arm of the terminal for improving the terminal flexibility. The terminal contacts a mating terminal through multiple points, thereby improving the contact stability and providing the locking function. Furthermore, by using the MEMS techniques for semiconductor industries, the terminal of micro board-to-board electrical connector can be manufactured.
Abstract: An optical adapter includes a base body, a shutter member, and a supporting base. The shutter member is pivotally connected at an insertion opening of the base body. The supporting base is assembled on a bottom portion of the base body. A surface of the supporting base has an abutting piece inside the base body. One of two ends of the abutting piece includes a fixing portion fixed on the supporting base, and the other end of the abutting piece includes an abutting portion obliquely extending toward the shutter member to abut against a back surface of the shutter member. Therefore, the supporting base can be assembled on the bottom of the base body conveniently. Furthermore, when the abutting piece is pushed and compressed by the shutter member, the abutting piece is not prone to have excessive deformation, prevent the abutting piece from being deformed or damaged easily.
Abstract: An electrical plug connector includes a plug insulated housing, first plug terminals, and second plug terminals. The plug insulated housing includes a bottom wall, a first side wall, a second side wall, and two end walls connected to the first side wall and the second side wall to enclose an insertion cavity. First plug-terminal assembling portions are on the first side wall. Second plug-terminal assembling portions are on the second side wall. The first plug-terminal assembling portions correspond to the second plug-terminal assembling portions in a one-to-one manner. The first plug terminals include one or more pair of first plug signal terminals. The second plug terminals include one or more pair of second plug signal terminals. The pair of the first plug signal terminals is shifted relative to the pair of the second plug signal terminals along a transversal direction.
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector includes a shielding shell, an insulation housing and a plurality of terminals. The insulation housing is arranged inside the shielding shell and has a tongue portion extending to the outside of the shielding shell. The terminals are arranged at the insulation housing, and each terminal has a contact segment and a soldering segment. The contact segment is located on the tongue portion and protrudes from therefrom, the soldering segment extends from the insulation housing for a distance. The soldering segments are coplanar.
Abstract: An electrical connector including a base member and a plurality of first terminals disposed in the base member is provided. Each of the first terminals has an contact segment and an tail segment opposite to each other. The contact segments respectively belong to two different parallel planes, and the tail segments are located on a same plane. The first terminals form a plurality of terminal sets in the tail segments, and each of the terminal sets includes a ground terminal, a pair of super speed differential terminals, and a power terminal which are adjacent to each other and are sequentially arranged.
Abstract: A cable connector including a first base, a second base, a plurality of first terminals disposed in the first base with a plurality of first tail segments exposed out of the first base, a plurality of second terminals disposed in the second base with a plurality of second segments exposed out of the second base, and a plurality of cables electrically connecting the second terminals is provided. The first and the second bases are detachably assembled, such that the first tail segments are detachably connected to the second contact segments in structural contact to electrically connect the first terminals and the second terminals. An electrical adaptor is also disclosed.
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector includes a metallic shell, a terminal module in the metallic shell, a baffle plate at a rear portion of the metallic shell, and conductive ground legs. Accordingly, the baffle plate is at the rear portion of the metallic shell, and the conductive ground legs are at two sides of the metallic shell. Therefore, during the connector transmits data, the produced noises are shielded by the baffle plate, and the current formed by the noises is guided to a circuit board through the conductive ground legs, thus the noises are grounded and diminished. The conductive ground legs are adjacent to the baffle plate. Hence, the current flowing through the baffle plate is guided to the circuit board through the conductive ground legs, with a shorter path. Therefore, the current would not have antenna effect easily on the path, and the noise spreading can be reduced.
Abstract: An electrical connector assembly including a plug electrical connector and a receptacle electrical connector is provided. The plug electrical connector includes a first structural member and a plurality of first terminals, and the first terminals are disposed in the first structural member. The receptacle electrical connector includes a second structural member and a plurality of second terminals, and the second terminals are disposed in the second structural member. The first structural member is adapted for docking with the second structural member such that the first terminals are correspondingly inserted and electrically connected to the second terminals.
Abstract: An electrical receptacle connector includes a plurality of first terminals, a plurality of second terminals, a first insulator, a second insulator, a shielding plate and a third insulator. The first insulator includes a first front insulating portion and a first rear insulating portion. The first front insulating portion covers a part of each of the first terminals. The second rear insulating portion covers another part of each of the first terminals. The second insulator partially covers each of the second terminals. The third insulator partially covers each of the first terminals, the second terminals, the first insulator, the second insulator and the shielding plate.