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Electronic card connector

Image Number 17 for United States Patent #6939156.

An electronic card connector includes a plastic main body having two lateral arms respectively extending from two sides of the main body and two grounding members respectively inserted with the lateral arms of the main body. Each grounding member has a U-shaped section for embracing the lateral arm so as to reinforce the lateral arm. The grounding member has a grounding resilient plate for resiliently abutting against a grounding contact of the bottom of an electronic card. The grounding member further has a grounding conductive plate for soldering with a grounding circuit of a circuit board. The grounding member further has two locating sections one of which abuts against a grounding contact of the top face of the electronic card to prevent the electronic card from upward skipping and the other of which extends into a locating dent of the electronic card to stop the electronic card from backing up.

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