Abstract: An optical fiber connector includes a mating portion defining a coupled direction and including pairs of lenses and a pair of guiding portions. The pair of guiding portions each defines a guiding hole through a front face thereof in the coupled direction. Each guiding hole has a cross section of a polygon shape in the coupled direction and is configured with an imaginary circle perpendicular to the coupled direction.
Abstract: A cable assembly (100) includes an insulative cover (11, 12) defining at least one groove with a front opening; a connector (20) accommodated in the groove, the connector (20) having a terminal module (21) and a metallic shell (22) enclosing the terminal module; a cable (5) electrically coupled to the terminal module of the connector; a printed circuit board (3) received in the insulative cover and electrically connected to the metallic shell of the connector; and a conductive member (4) having a main body (41) fixed to the insulative cover, a connecting portion (42) extending forwardly from the main body and a griping portion (43) formed on a front segment of the connecting portion and griping the printed circuit board to electrically connected with the metallic shell of the connector.
November 10, 2010
Date of Patent:
April 30, 2013
Hon Hai Precision Ind. Co., Ltd.
Fei-Yan Peng, Xian-Kui Shi, Heng Liu, Chung-Yen Yang
Abstract: A connector includes a connector body, a cover movably attached to the connector body, and a limiting mechanism retaining the cover to the connector body. The connector has a mating port for receiving a mating connector, a tongue with a number of contacts exposed to the mating port, and an optical module forwardly exposed to a rear side of the mating port. The cover has a base to cover a front end of the mating port, and an insertion portion extending into the mating port to cover the contacts along an up to down direction and the optical module along a front to back direction. The limiting mechanism can prevent the cover from detaching from the connector body when the cover is pulled out of the mating port.
Abstract: An electrical connector defining a receiving opening for receiving a corresponding plug includes an insulative housing, a number of contacts and an optical module attached to the insulative housing. The insulative housing has a tongue extending into the receiving opening and a cavity behind the receiving opening. Each contact has a retaining portion retained in the insulative housing, a contact portion extending to the tongue, a tail portion and a connecting portion connecting the retaining portion and the tail portion. The optical module is forwardly assembled into the cavity from a rear side of the insulative housing and exposed to the receiving opening. The connecting portions are offset relative to the contact portions of the corresponding contacts in a transverse direction so as to leave said cavity open rearward and allow said optical module to be assembled into the cavity from the rear side of the insulative housing.
Abstract: A cable assembly includes an insulative housing defining a front portion and a rear portion and a plurality of terminals integrally formed with the insulative housing and extending into the front portion. A substrate is located at the rear portion and connected with the terminals. A shell assembly is attached to the insulative housing and includes a first shell enclosing the front portion and a second shell substantially enclosing the rear portion of the housing. The second shell defines a front edge having a plurality of fingers thereof interengaged with the first shell. A cable has a plurality of conductors each interconnected to the substrate with respect to the contact terminals.
Abstract: An optical-electrical hybrid transmission cable (100), comprises: an insulative layer (2); a shielding layer (3) located on an inner side of the insulative layer; an optical cable (4) disposed in the shielding layer and comprising two optical fibers (41) and an insulative sheath (42) enclosing the two optical fibers; two coaxial cables (5), a power wire (6) and a grounding wire (7) disposed in the shielding layer; and a filler (8) disposed in a center of the optical-electrical hybrid transmission cable and surrounded by the two coaxial cables, the power wire, the grounding wire and the optical cable which are arranged along a circumferential direction.
Abstract: An electrical connector includes an insulative housing (1) defining a base portion and a tongue portion extending forwardly from the base portion; a plurality of terminals (2) each having a retention portion, a contacting portion extending forwardly from the retention portion and a tail portion; an insulative spacer disposed behind the base portion, and the insulative spacer (3) defining a plurality of positioning holes for the tail portions passing therethrough, respectively; and waterproof material (5) stuffing corresponding seam between the insulative spacer and the base portion.
Abstract: An electrical connector includes an insulative housing with a plurality of passageways arranged in a matrix. A contact includes a base for securing the contact in the passageway, a spring portion and a soldering portion extending from the base. The soldering portions of the contacts laid in a row of the passageways are alternately arranged toward two opposite sides of the base to form two rows. Such array of soldering portions of the contact can improve contact density.
Abstract: A connector defining a receiving opening for receiving a corresponding plug, includes an insulative housing, a plurality of contacts attached to the insulative housing, and a grounding tab. The contacts include a pair of differential signal contacts. Each differential signal contact has a first retaining portion retained in the insulative housing, a first contact portion extending to the receiving opening for contacting with the corresponding plug and a first tail portion for connecting with a circuit board. The first tail portions of the differential signal contacts define a distance which is larger than that of the corresponding first contact portions. The grounding tab is retained between the first tail portions of the pair of differential signal contacts.
Abstract: A connector assembly includes a receptacle and a plug. The receptacle includes a receptacle housing and a plurality of receptacle contacts received in the housing. The housing includes a mating cavity and a mating face defined on an inner bottom of the mating cavity. Each receptacle contact includes a plate contacting section embedded on the mating face. The plug includes a plug housing inserted in the mating cavity of the receptacle and a plurality of plug contacts received in the plug housing. The housing includes a mating face confronting with mating face of the receptacle. Each plug contact includes an elastic contacting section projecting beyond the mating face of the plug to touch with the receptacle contact.
Abstract: An electrical card connector (100) includes an insulating housing (1), a plurality of terminals (2) received in the insulating housing (1), an ejector (4) including a slider (40) and a pin member (42), and a metal shield (3) shielding the insulating housing (1) to define a card receiving space (6). The slider (40) is moveable relative to the housing (1) along a front-to-back direction under a controlled movement of the pin member (42).The metal shield (3) comprises a flat portion (30) over the insulating housing (1) and a pair of sidewalls (32) extending downwardly from the flat portion (30). The flat portion (30) defines a first spring arm (35) extending rearwardly into the card receiving space (6) and a second spring arm (36) extending forwardly into the card receiving space (6) for abutting against the pin member (42).
Abstract: A PV (photovoltaic) junction box comprises a case, a lid covering the case and a plurality of terminals received within the case. The case has a bottom wall and defines a positive input port and a negative output port, and each terminal having a planar main body retained to the main body. The terminals comprise a first terminal, a second terminal, a third terminal and a fourth terminal, and the main bodies of the terminals are different.
Abstract: A cable assembly, comprising a housing, a plurality of conductive terminals received in the housing; a metal shell enclosing the housing; a cable electrically connected to the conductive terminals and a foil. The cable has a number of wires, a braided layer enclosing the wires and an outer insulative pin enclosing the braided layer, each wire has a conductor and an inner insulative pin enclosing the conductor, the braided layer is turned back and encloses a surface of the outer insulative pin. The foil encloses the braided layer which is turned back, and is sandwiched in the metal shell.
Abstract: An electrical connector includes an insulative housing having a base portion defining a receiving cavity therein and a mating portion unitarily formed with the base portion and protruding outwardly from a front face of the base portion so as to define an insertion opening in communication with the receiving cavity. A plurality of terminals are received in the receiving cavity, each of which has a contacting portion extending rearwardly and upwardly from a position adjacent to the insertion opening. A rear cover is assembled on a rear section of the base portion and severs as a rear wall of the base portion. The insulative housing is formed by a double-colored-injection method and the mating portion and the base portion are configured as different colors. The double-colored-injection method can save an assembling process for the electrical connector, which is helpful for reducing the manufacturing cost.
Abstract: A socket connector for electrically connecting a PGA package comprises a base having at least one passageway therein, at least one contact received in the at least one passageway and a cover rotatably mounted on the base and having at least one through hole corresponding to the passageway. The socket connector has a simple structure.
Abstract: A card edge connector includes an elongated housing extending along a lengthwise direction thereof and having a pair of opposed side walls, and a central slot between the side walls. A plurality of contacts are retained in the housing and exposed to the central slot. A pair of ejector mechanisms are rotatable retained on two opposite ends of the housing. A pair of auxiliary insulators are attached to the ejector mechanisms, respectively. A tie wrap is located on the auxiliary insulators to urge the auxiliary insulators to prevent the ejector mechanisms from rotating.
Abstract: A cable assembly includes a plurality of contacts, an insulation housing and a metal shell assembled on the insulation housing. The insulation housing is molded outside the contacts and includes a fastening portion protruding from a rear end of an upper surface of the housing, and a pair of side arms rearward extending from the two sides of a rear surface of the fastening portion. The metal shell is assembled on the insulation housing and located behind the fastening portion. The fastening portion is substantially of U-shaped configuration with a pair of L-shaped cutout located on the two sides thereof and the two cutouts faces toward the outside. The metal shell includes a pair of clasping portions respectively frontward extending from the front surface of two side walls of the rectangular frame. The clasping portions are respectively inserted into their corresponding cutouts.
Abstract: An electrical connector assembly includes an electrical connector, a chip located and a printed circuit board located at opposite sides of the anisoptropic conductive film. The electrical connector has an anisoptropic conductive film and a loading mechanism. The anisoptropic conductive film includes an adhesive and a number of conductive particles dispersed in the adhesive. The anisoptropic conductive film has conductivity only in a thicknesswise direction by pressing. The loading mechanism can exert pressure on the anisoptropic conductive film so that the chip and the printed circuit board electrically couples with each other.
Abstract: An electrical connector (100) for receiving a mating plug (200) having an insulative housing (10), a set of first contacts (21), and a set of second contacts (22). The insulative housing includes a base portion (13), a wafer (14), and a latch mechanism fastened the wafer to the base portion. The electrical contacts are attached to the insulative housing and each has a contact section (214, 222) connecting with the plug and a mounting section (213, 224) extending out of the insulative housing. The contact sections of the first contacts are staggered with the contact sections of the second contacts along a mating direction of the electrical connector, and wherein the contact sections of the first contacts are closed to a front edge of the wafer.
January 26, 2012
Date of Patent:
August 20, 2013
Hon Hai Precision Ind. Co., Ltd.
Chong Yi, Tod M. Harlan, Richard L. Malehorn, Jia-Yong He, Terrance F. Little
Abstract: An electrical connector includes a housing member and a number of contacts attached to the housing member. The contacts include a number of first contacts and second contacts arranged side by side along a transverse direction, respectively. Each of the first and second contacts include a main portion, a contact portion and a bending portion extending from a lateral edge of the main portion. The bending portion has a narrow width in order to occupy small space of a rear wall of the housing member so that the rear wall of the housing member still has adequate area for mounting other components.