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Electrical card connector










Image Number 8 for United States Patent #6159026.

An electrical card connector comprises a connector body having an elongated housing body (2) in which a plurality of contact elements (1) are provided for electrical connection with a card P and a pair of guide arms (3) extending rearwardly from opposite ends of the housing body and an ejector mechanism having a slider (8) movable along the guide arms and having an abutment portion (9A) for abutment with the front edge of the card P, characterized in that the ejector mechanism is provided with a temporary fixation device (10) for engagement with an engaging member (4B) of the housing body (2) wherein the engaging between the temporary fixation device (10) and the engaging member (4B) is released by an operational force received by the slider (8).








 
 
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