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Electrical terminal device

Image Number 5 for United States Patent #8128426.

An electrical terminal device includes an insulation displacement connector section and a terminal section. The insulation displacement connector section has a connector slot formed therein which is configured to receive a first wire conductor. The terminal section is connected to the insulation displacement connector section and includes at least two beams configured to receive a second wire conductor. A distal end of at least one beam is displaced from a first position to a second position upon receipt by the at least two beams of the second wire. The at least one beam has a spring memory urging the distal end thereof toward the first position so that the at least two beams cooperate to hold the second wire. The insulation displacement connector section and the terminal section are made of a conductive material to provide an electrical connection between the first and second wires.

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