Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Connector










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #8277257.

A connector connectable to a plurality of receptacles of different specifications is provided while a connector of the prior-art configuration is not adapted for the connection with such receptacles. The connector includes: a connector body; and a connector portion partially inserted in the connector body and partially projected from the connector body. The connector portion includes: a first connector block that is singularly capable of mating with a receptacle conforming to a first specification but is singularly incapable of mating with a receptacle conforming to a second specification; and a second connector block that is disposed on the first connector block and combined with the first connector block to be capable of mating with the receptacle conforming to the second specification. The second connector block is free to slide on the first connector block 21 and to be inserted in the connector body.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Provision of downlink packet access services to user equipment in spread spectrum communication network
Soybean cultivar CL0911610
Combination for composite layered chip package
Asymmetric switching rectifier
Doherty amplifier circuit
Inducement of organogenetic tolerance for pancreatic xenotransplant
Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH817100
  Randomly Featured Patents
Sewing machine-driving apparatus
Article storage unit devices for use in vending machines
Automatic gain control apparatus and method using effective receiving structure of impulse radio ultra-wide band wireless communication system
Gloss coated multifunctional printing paper
Production and manipulation of charged particles
Method and apparatus for dynamic braking of a barrier operator
Apparatus and method for processing bovine pericardium
Providing multiple levels of service for wireless communication devices communicating with a small coverage access point
Method and apparatus for automated generation of expected value data for circuit designs
Substituted pyrazoline derivatives