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Microcontactor probe with reduced number of sliding contacts for Conduction, and electric probe unit










Image Number 12 for United States Patent #7969170.

In order for a conduction path to have a reduced number of sliding portions for conduction, without increase in inductance nor resistance, thereby permitting an enhanced accuracy of inspection, a pair of plungers (3, 4) biased in opposite directions by a coil spring (2), to be electrically connected to a wiring plate (10), have electrical connections in which, in a tubular portion (15) as a tight wound spiral portion (15a) fixed on one plunger (4) to allow linear flow of electrical signal, the other plunger (3) is brought into slidable contact.








 
 
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