Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Optical waveguide connector










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #7648285.

An optical waveguide connecter includes a socket part having a first waveguide contact placed in a channel of the socket part, and a plug part with a second waveguide contact placed in a channel of the plug part. The plug part channel is sealed with a piston displaceable counter to the force of a spring. The socket part has a pivotable cap for sealing an interface surface of the first waveguide contact. The plug part has a path for receiving the piston, with a section of the path being inclined to the axis of the second waveguide contact. During a plugging process, the cap displaced the spring-loaded piston, frees the first waveguide contact of socket part, frees the second waveguide contact in the plug part channel and is guided through the path.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Method and apparatus for diagnosing faults in a hybrid internet protocol network
Driving support device, method, and program
Managing aging of silicon in an integrated circuit device
Electrostatic charger and image forming apparatus
Device for producing a connection grid with an integrated fuse
Flash multi-level threshold distribution scheme
Bessel beam plane illumination microscope
  Randomly Featured Patents
Record-disc player comprising a braking mechanism for braking a disc
Process for applying a metallic adhesion layer for ceramic thermal barrier coatings to metallic components
Trace indexing via trace end addresses
Materials for polishing liquid for metal, polishing liquid for metal, method for preparation thereof and polishing method using the same
Synthetic ripple regulator
Line retrieving apparatus
Method for preparing non-photosensitive fatty acid silver salt grains and an apparatus for preparing the same
Wall light
Local stall/hazard detect in superscalar, pipelined microprocessor to avoid re-read of register file
Method for rendering wood resistant to fire