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Shield connector

Image Number 8 for United States Patent #8133077.

A shield connector (C) includes a tubular metallic shield shell (30) integrally attached to the outer circumferential surface of a housing (10) made of resin by insert molding. The shield shell (30) is formed with a cut (32) extending between opposite ends in a longitudinal direction, and a pair of opening preventing pieces (34A, 34B) which extend radially inward or outward, circumferentially face each other and can come into contact with each other when edges (33A, 33B) at the opposite sides of the cut (32) are displaced in directions away from each other are provided on the opposite edges (33A, 33B) of the shield shell 30 facing each other with the cut (32) therebetween.

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