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Inventor:
Gallusser; David O.
Address:
Oneonta, NY
No. of patents:
51
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
RE32787 Sealing ring for an electrical connector November 22, 1988
This invention provides an improved moisture seal for an electrical connector assembly. The invention is characterized by an annular rubber member (10) having generally flat surfaces (11, 12, 13, 14) and an annular groove (15) in one of the surfaces (11) that abuts against a forward
D286766 Electrical connector housing November 18, 1986
7544085 Strain relief backshell assembly June 9, 2009
A backshell assembly that includes a housing configured to terminate a cable that has a main body defining a central longitudinal axis and a connector interface for mating with an electrical connector. At least one adjustment extension extends from the main body opposite the connector
5531614 Composite canned data bus coupler connector July 2, 1996
A data bus coupler includes a plated composite housing and a plurality of twin axial contacts, the shielding portions of each contact being connected to the housing by a conductive insert which serves to retain the contacts in the connector. The coupler also includes a printed circuit
5528088 Current mode coupler with improved grounding June 18, 1996
A current mode coupler for an unshielded twisted-pair cable includes an arrangement for establishing a low impedance, multiple point-of-contact electrical connection between a shielding base and cover. The grounding arrangement includes a conductive member on the cover which has an e
5241219 Current mode coupler August 31, 1993
A current mode coupler for an unshielded twisted-pair cable includes an elastomeric signal wire and E-core positioning member with integral strain relief, tapered E-cores for improved coupling to the wires, a write signal core which is twice the size of the read signal core, an all metal
5201019 Fiber optic splice connection and a method of making same April 6, 1993
A durable, low loss splice connection for optical cables includes two ceramic optical fiber guide members which are held in axial and angular alignment by an alignment sleeve, and in butt joint intimate contact by a spring tension clip. The connection is mechanically and environmentally
5196822 Stacked termination resistance March 23, 1993
A resistance stack for terminating a data bus cable includes a stack of resistor chips, each having two conductively plated through holes. The resistance elements are kept in alignment and electrically connected to leads of the data bus cable by elongated members extending through the
5194692 Uncased data bus coupler March 16, 1993
A cable coupling, particularly for data buses, includes a transformer and resistors to which the cables are directly wired. The components and all electrical connections are enclosed in a heat shrinkable tubing or sleeve filled with liquid encapsulant. Upon application of heat, the tubin
5149274 Electrical connector with combined circuits September 22, 1992
A multiple pin connector includes a printed circuit board positioned between insulating components of a connector insert. The printed circuit board electrically connects together contacts of the connector and is affixed to the insulating components by a bonding material. The contacts
5118303 Hermaphroditic coupler June 2, 1992
A hermaphroditic coupling mechanism includes two identical coupling members, each including two latch arms and two detented locking ramp surfaces. The latch arms include surfaces which face a coupler interface, while the locking ramp surfaces face away from the interface. The latch a
5115105 Overbraided in-line data bus loom May 19, 1992
An arrangement for shielding a date bus coupler includes an overbraided shield electrically connected to each of the outer braids of the bus cables coupled by the coupler. The overbraided shield prevents shielding discontinuities at the terminations of the cables to the coupler.
4907981 Quick-release electrical connector coupling device March 13, 1990
An electrical coupling assembly is disclosed having a receptacle portion attached to an electrical connector element and releasably attached to a housing, affixed to the opposite electrical connector portion, by engagement of a latching ball on the housing with a latching detent formed
4850898 Electrical connector having a contact retention July 25, 1989
A dielectric wafer 20 is sandwiched between a pair of dielectric inserts 12,16, each including an array of cylindrical passages 14,22,18 therethrough each being aligned to form a continuous through passage, each aligned array of passages receiving a cylindrical terminal 30 having a m
4810209 Pressurized electrical connector and method of assembly March 7, 1989
An electrical connector capable of withstanding a predetermined pressure differential without leakage and a predetermined axial load without dislocation of insert assemblies from their normal position in the connector shell is disclosed. The connector includes one insert assembly whi
4703987 Apparatus and method for retaining an insert in an electrical connector November 3, 1987
A deformable plastic strip (44') is longitudinally slotted (60) along one edge to define a plurality of laterally separated longitudinal columns (62), cut, and then rolled into a tubular sleeve to form a retention member (44) which is configured to be coaxially driven into an annular
4682832 Retaining an insert in an electrical connector July 28, 1987
A tubular sleeve of a deformable plastic is longitudinally slotted to define a plurality of laterally separated axially weakened longitudinal columns (62) the respective forward leading edges (64) of which being inserted into an annular passageway (32) formed between an insert (20) d
4678260 EMI shielded electrical connector July 7, 1987
The invention is an EMI shielded electrical connector characterized by a molded plastic housing (20) that has embedded therein an electrically conductive wire mesh (10). The wire mesh (10) includes an electrically exposed internal shoulder (11) and ends (12 and 13) that may be connected
4666222 Grounded contact connector May 19, 1987
A conductive insert assembly is mounted in a metal shell to retain and ground out unwanted electrical signals between two or more coaxial terminals, the grounding arrangement including a cylindrical metal retention clip being carried in each passage of an array of through passages, t
4641899 Multi-part electrical connector assembly February 10, 1987
A pair of connector members (10,30) have cylindrical portions (12,32) which mate along a first direction, one and the other member having an angled cable support (20,26) and a rectangular end portion (34) adapted for fitment in a configured opening (44) of a connector receptacle (40) in
4641811 Electrical connector having a molded anti-decoupling mechanism February 10, 1987
A spring member (40) is integrally molded to a radial flange (36) of a coupling nut (30), the spring member including a detent tooth (42) and having one end thereof being formed into the flange and the other end free to flex radially inward and outward to engage successive ratchet teeth
4632482 Contact for an electrical connector December 30, 1986
This invention relates to an electrical connector that has insertable and removable contacts (20) retained and sealed against moisture by a one piece molded rubber insert (30). The invention is characterized by a contact (20) having two annular grooves (24, 25) formed by acutely angled
4622198 Method of making a coupling nut for an electrical connector having a molded anti-decoupling mech November 11, 1986
A spring member (40) is integrally molded to a radial flange (36) of a coupling nut (30), the spring member including a detent tooth (42) and having one end thereof being formed into the flange and the other end free to flex radiallyinward and outward to engage successive ratchet teeth (
4621887 Electrical contact November 11, 1986
This invention is an electrical contct that includes an inner sleeve (10) that is stamped and formed from a single sheet of metal and is characterized by a plurality of apertures (11) in the sleeve (10) that have an axis of symmetry (11a) or a straight side (13) that is at an acute a
4611873 Insert assembly for a connector September 16, 1986
This invention relates to a connector assembly and more particularly to an insert assembly (20) that enables more than one coaxial contact (40) to be mounted within and grounded to a connector housing (10). The insert assembly is characterized by a planar metal member (21) and a planar
4548458 Electrical connector having a molded anti-decoupling mechanism October 22, 1985
A spring member (40) is integrally molded to a radial flange (36) of a coupling nut (30), the spring member including a detent tooth (42) and having one end thereof being formed into the flange and the other end free to flex radially inward and outward to engage successive ratchet teeth
4527851 Electrical connector assembly having an interfacial seal July 9, 1985
An interfacial seal for electrical connector assembly characterized by sealing towers (21) on a first insert (10) that are axially compressed and radially expanded by the forward end (43) of respective socket contacts in a second insert (20) so that the walls of each tower (21) are in pr
4518213 One piece hermaphroditic contact for an electrical connector and a method of making the contact May 21, 1985
A hermaphroditic type electrical contact (20) for use within an electrical connector. The hermaphroditic contact includes an integral spring portion (15) that axially biases the forward end surface (11) of the contact when it engages the end surface (11) of another contact (20) during ma
4506942 Anti-decoupling mechanism for electrical connector March 26, 1985
An anti-decoupling arrangement comprises a containing spring (600) including a blade (610), a pair of coupling sleeves (300, 400) being nested for relative rotation within the spring, and a coil spring (700) operating to resist rotation of the sleeves from a first to a second positio
4478474 Coupling nut for an electrical connector October 23, 1984
A coupling nut (300) having internal thread (310) adapted to engage external thread (210) on one of a pair of shells (100, 200) for connecting the two shells together into an electrical connector assembly includes an annular groove (350) medial of the thread (310) and a spring member (40
4468078 Forwardly removable coupling ring for an electrical connector August 28, 1984
The invention is an electrical connector that has a forwardly removable coupling ring (30). The coupling ring (30) is characterized by annular members (31, 32) that are connected together by one or more removable fasteners (50, 51) and held in place in front of the housing flange (11)
4462653 Electrical connector assembly July 31, 1984
An electrical connector assembly (100) includes a coupling ring (50) for connecting together two connector housings (10, 20) and self-contained means for resisting rotation of the coupling ring relative to the connector housing (20) to which it is rotatably mounted. The resisting mea
4461526 Anti-decoupling mechanism for an electrical connector July 24, 1984
In order to retard the rotation of a coupling nut (40) mounted to an electrical connector housing (10) an annular ring (50) comprised of a rubber having a durometer of about 70 is located in pressure tight contact between the housing (10) and coupling nut (40).
4456320 Sealing ring for an electrical connector June 26, 1984
This invention provides an improved moisture seal for an electrical connector assembly. The invention is characterized by an annular rubber member (10) having generally flat surfaces (11, 12, 13, 14) and an annular groove (15) in one of the surfaces (11) that abuts against a forward
4431256 Split sleeve socket contact February 14, 1984
An electrical split sleeve socket contact (10) is disclosed including a plurality of tines (26) formed by slots (30) axially extending from the front of a contact sleeve (12) in which an increased contact pressure is achieved by an axially extending central rib (44) and inwardly crimped
4431243 Contact stop for an electrical connector February 14, 1984
This invention provides a contact stop for an electrical connector of the type having front insertable contacts. The invention is characterized by a plate (40) of hard dielectric material located adjacent the rear face of a contact retaining insert (30). The plate (40) has a plurality of
4389081 Electrical connector coupling ring June 21, 1983
A coupling ring 10 for connecting together two halves of an electrical connector assembly includes means integral with the coupling ring for mounting the coupling ring 10 to a connector housing 20. The integral mounting means includes a plurality of resiliently deflectable fingers 11,
4386816 Electrical connector insert assembly June 7, 1983
The invention is an electrical connector insert assembly for retaining contacts in electrical connector of the type having front or rear releasable and rear removable contacts. The insert assembly that retains the contacts includes inserts (10) and (20) each having a plurality of pas
4362349 Electrical connector housing with integral retention mechanism December 7, 1982
A plurality of integrally molded fingers (21) extend outwardly and forwardly from the rear portion of a housing (20) to captivate an annular shoulder (11) of a coupling member (10) between the fingers (21) and an annular shoulder (22) on a housing (20).
4361376 Electrical connector November 30, 1982
The invention is a one piece molded electrical connector insert that snaps in to a connector housing without the need for additional mounting members or chemical bonding. The insert includes a plurality of resiliently and radially deflectable fingers 21 disposed around the outside of the
4361374 Electrical connector bayonet coupling pin November 30, 1982
The invention described is a plastic electrical connector characterized by a metal sleeve 20 mounted around the bayonet pin 12 coupling that projects from a connector housing 10.
4361373 Electrical connector comprised of plastic November 30, 1982
The invention is a plastic connector assembly characterized by a metal washer 10b, located between a wave washer 30 and the shoulder 21 of the connector housing 20. The metal washer 10 is further characterized by at least one projection 11 or 12 thereon which prevents relative motion
4359256 Electrical connector coupling member November 16, 1982
The invention described is a plastic electrical connector characterized by a coupling ring 1 having two elongated apertures 11 and 14, one of which 14 receives a pin 21 on another housing 2. The elongated aperture 11 allows the portion 16 between the apertures 11 and 14 to deflect when t
4359255 Coupling ring having detent means November 16, 1982
This invention is an electrical connector assembly that prevents unwanted decoupling when this connector assembly is connected to another connector assembly. The first connector assembly is characterized by at least one resiliently deflectable and rearwardly extending projection 31 that
4359254 Electrical connector coupling ring having an integral spring November 16, 1982
The invention is an electrical connector assembly characterized by a plurality of resiliently deflectable fingers (11) which extend between a shoulder 12 in the coupling ring and a shoulder 22 of the housing 20 to provide a bias between the coupling ring 10 and the housing 20 when the
4303221 Core pin for making a plastic connector shell having an internal keyway December 1, 1981
This invention provides a single core pin for use with a mold that may be rearranged to provide a plurality of molded configurations. The core pin is characterized by a plurality of arcuate segments 11 arranged to make up a cylindrical core pin 10. On at least one of the arcuate segments
4278317 Formed socket contact with reenforcing ridge July 14, 1981
A socket contact is disclosed for miniature electrical connectors of the plug and receptacle type. The socket contact (10) comprises a contact sleeve (12) with two contact fingers (66) each extending as a cantilever beam from its root in the sleeve. A reenforcing ridge (68) in each finge
4275948 Electrical contact and method for making same June 30, 1981
An electrical contact, for use in pin and socket type connectors, is fabricated as a unitary, composite body of metal and plastic. The contact (10) comprises a tubular body (12) having a wire receiving end (16) and a mating end (14). The composite tubular body (12) includes a sleeve (18)
4274702 Antirotation means for wire wrap electrical connector assemblies June 23, 1981
An antirotational means to prevent rotation of contacts retained in a dielectric insert during wire wrapping of the noncircular terminals attached thereto comprises a template 31 secured to the grommet of the assembly, the template having a plurality of apertures 35 therein and a plu
4272149 One piece socket type electrical contacts June 9, 1981
One piece socket (1) or pin type (37) electrical contacts are stamped from a sheet of resilient, electrically conductive material and rolled into a tubular body (3) having a center section (11, 39) of enlarged diameter which functions as a C spring and is radially compressed to insert or
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