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Discharge lamp connector assembly










Image Number 8 for United States Patent #5173062.

A discharge lamp connector assembly comprises: a male connector having at least two male terminals, the male connector serving as a base of the discharge lamp, the male connector comprising a discharge preventing partition insulator projecting from substantially the center of a region between the male terminals; a female connector engageable with the male connector for securely retaining at least two female terminals which are engageable with the male terminals, the female connector comprising: a housing having spaced partitions which define a comportment for accommodating therein the female terminal, and a holder fitting over the housing by an elastic engagement whereby securely retaining the female terminals, the holder having slits for inserting the male terminals, the holder comprising means engageable with the region between the partitions defining the compartments of the having for receiving the partition insulator of the male connector.








 
 
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