DE102009045311B3 - Electrical connector - Google Patents

Electrical connector

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DE102009045311B3
DE102009045311B3 DE200910045311 DE102009045311A DE102009045311B3 DE 102009045311 B3 DE102009045311 B3 DE 102009045311B3 DE 200910045311 DE200910045311 DE 200910045311 DE 102009045311 A DE102009045311 A DE 102009045311A DE 102009045311 B3 DE102009045311 B3 DE 102009045311B3
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Christian Boemmel
Heiko Hoelperl
Zoran Stjepanovic
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TE Connectivity Germany GmbH
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Tyco Electronics AMP GmbH
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/40Securing contact members in or to a base or case; Insulating of contact members
    • H01R13/42Securing in a demountable manner
    • H01R13/428Securing in a demountable manner by resilient locking means on the contact members; by locking means on resilient contact members
    • H01R13/432Securing in a demountable manner by resilient locking means on the contact members; by locking means on resilient contact members by stamped-out resilient tongue snapping behind shoulder in base or case
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/40Securing contact members in or to a base or case; Insulating of contact members
    • H01R13/42Securing in a demountable manner
    • H01R13/436Securing a plurality of contact members by one locking piece or operation
    • H01R13/4361Insertion of locking piece perpendicular to direction of contact insertion
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R24/00Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure
    • H01R24/76Two-part coupling devices, or either of their cooperating parts, characterised by their overall structure with sockets, clips or analogous contacts and secured to apparatus or structure, e.g. to a wall
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
    • H01R13/64Means for preventing incorrect coupling
    • H01R13/642Means for preventing incorrect coupling by position or shape of contact members
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R2107/00Four or more poles

Abstract

An electrical connector comprises a housing having a chamber for receiving a contact pin. A spring element of the contact pin may abut against a locking block in the chamber such that withdrawal of the contact pin from the chamber is prevented. In the chamber, a second block is arranged, which is formed so that the contact pin can be removed in the direction of the first surface of the housing from the chamber, without the spring element gets caught on the second block.

Description

  • The invention relates to an electrical connector according to claim 1.
  • Electrical connectors are known in various embodiments from the prior art. For example, there are connectors with a housing made of plastic or other insulating material, in which one or more electrical conductive contact elements can be used. The contact elements may be formed as female sockets or male contact pins. Usually, the contact elements can be hooked or locked in the housing to prevent inadvertent removal or falling out of the contact elements. Often it is desirable to provide a way to still remove the contact elements out of the housing. Due to geometry-related inaccessibility, this is often impossible or difficult.
  • The DE 600 13 744 T2 describes an electrical connector with a received in a cavity contact element that is held by a metal lance and twice by a retainer in the connector housing. The US 6,080,023 A describes an electrical connector with a received in a connector housing contact element which is held by a sliding retaining element in the connector housing.
  • The object of the invention is to provide an improved electrical connector. This object is achieved by an electrical connector having the features of claim 1. Preferred embodiments are given in the dependent claims.
  • According to the invention, an electrical connector comprises a housing having a chamber for receiving a contact pin. The chamber extends from a first surface of the housing through the housing to a second surface of the housing and has between the first surface and the second surface of the housing arranged perpendicular to the chamber profile breakthrough to a arranged in the housing contact securing space. The aperture divides the chamber into a first chamber portion and a second chamber portion. In the second chamber portion, a locking block is arranged with a first surface facing the first surface and a second surface facing the locking surface. In this case, a spring element of the contact pin can rest on the locking surface in such a way that withdrawal of the contact pin from the chamber in the direction of the first surface of the housing is prevented. The first end face is bounded by a first edge and by a second edge. In addition, in the first chamber section, a second block is arranged with a second surface facing the first surface. The second end face is bounded by a third edge and by a fourth edge. The second end face is arranged parallel to the first end face and in the extension direction of the chamber in front of the first end face. In addition, the third edge is offset perpendicular to the direction of extension of the chamber against the first edge, that the contact pin can be removed in the direction of the first surface of the housing from the chamber without the spring element gets stuck on the second block.
  • Advantageously, this electrical connector allows easy removal of the contact pin from the housing of the connector. It is prevented that the serving to lock the contact pin in the housing spring element of the contact pin hangs when removing in the housing of the contact pin. At the same time a polarization of the contact pin receiving chamber in the housing of the connector is possible, whereby a faulty installation of the contact pin can be avoided.
  • In a preferred embodiment of the electrical connector, the third edge opposite the first edge is arranged at an angle which is greater than 10 °. Advantageously, this results in a favorable compromise between a polarization of the connector ensuring asymmetry of the chamber opening and easy expandability of the contact pin.
  • Preferably, an opening of the chamber in the first surface of the housing is formed asymmetrically with respect to a rotation and / or a reflection. As a result, a polarization of the contact pin receiving chamber is advantageously achieved in the housing of the connector, which prevents incorrect installation of the contact pin in the chamber.
  • Conveniently, the contact securing space is intended to receive a contact securing element, which in turn is intended to prevent withdrawal of the contact pin from the chamber in the direction of the first surface of the housing. Advantageously, this achieves a second securing of the contact pin in the housing that is complementary to the securing of the contact pin by the spring element of the contact pin.
  • The invention will be explained in more detail below with reference to figures. In this case, the same reference numerals are used for the same or equivalent parts. Show it
  • 1 a perspective view of an electrical connector;
  • 2 a perspective view of a bottom of the connector;
  • 3 a schematic representation of two chambers of the connector;
  • 4 a partially opened representation of the chambers of the connector;
  • 5 a front view of the chambers of the connector;
  • 6 a partially opened perspective view of the connector;
  • 7 another partially open view of the chambers of the connector;
  • 8th a perspective view of two contact securing elements of the connector.
  • 1 and 2 show perspective views of an electrical connector 100 , The connector 100 has a housing 110 made of plastic or other insulating material. The housing 110 has a first surface 120 and one of the first surface 120 opposite second surface 130 on. The first surface 120 is in 1 visible, noticeable. The second surface 130 is in 2 visible, noticeable.
  • The housing 110 of the connector 100 has a first row 150 of chambers 180 , a second series 160 of chambers 200 and a third row 170 of chambers 180 on. The second row 160 for example, can have ten chambers 200 include. Every chamber 200 extends from the first surface 120 of the housing 110 through the housing 110 to the second surface 130 of the housing 110 , The first row 150 for example, can have ten chambers 180 include. The third row 170 can be seventeen chambers, for example 180 include. The chambers 180 also extend from the first surface 120 through the housing 110 to the second surface 130 ,
  • The housing 110 points to a between the first surface 120 and the second surface 130 extending side surface also has an opening to a contact securing space 140 on. The contact backup room 140 is between the chambers 180 the third row 170 and the chambers 200 the second row 160 in the case 110 arranged.
  • 3 shows a schematic view of a section of the housing 110 of the connector 100 , The in 3 illustrated section of the housing 110 contains a chamber 200 the second row 160 as well as a chamber 1200 according to the prior art. The chamber 1200 is in 3 shown only for the purpose of better understanding of the invention. In the connector 100 of the 1 and 2 are all chambers 200 the second row 160 like the chamber 200 of the 3 educated.
  • The chamber 200 proceeds, as already on the basis of 1 and 2 explained, from the first surface 120 of the housing 110 through the housing 110 to the second surface 130 of the housing 110 , In a middle area of the chamber 200 this has a breakthrough 210 on. The breakthrough 210 connects the chamber 200 with the in 1 shown contact backup space 140 ,
  • 4 schematically shows an open view of the in 3 represented chambers 200 . 1200 , In 4 is evident that the breakthrough 210 the chamber 200 in a first chamber section 230 and a second chamber portion 240 divided. The first chamber section 230 extends from the first surface 120 until the breakthrough 210 , The second chamber section 240 extends from the breakthrough 210 to the second surface 130 ,
  • The chamber 200 has a first inner surface 250 and a second inner surface 260 on. The first inner surface 250 and the second inner surface 260 adjacent to each other and each extending in the extension direction of the chamber 200 , The first inner surface 250 is on the contact backup space 140 facing side of the chamber 200 arranged and is through the breakthrough 210 completely interrupted. The second inner surface 260 is through the breakthrough 210 only partially broken. The second inner surface 260 runs in 4 along the dividing wall, which is the chamber 200 from the chamber 1200 separates.
  • In the second chamber section 240 is a locking block 220 arranged. The locking block 220 is formed essentially cuboid. The locking block 220 adjoins the first inner surface 250 and to the second inner surface 260 the chamber 200 at. The locking block 220 however, does not border on that of the first inner surface 250 and the second inner surface 260 opposite inner surfaces of the chamber 200 at. The locking block 200 also borders directly on the breakthrough 210 at. On the breakthrough 210 facing side of the locking block 220 this has a first end face 225 on. The first face 225 So it is the first chamber section 230 and the first surface 120 of the housing 110 facing. On the first end face 225 opposite side of the locking block 220 indicates the locking block 220 a locking surface 226 on. The locking surface 226 is therefore the second surface 130 of the housing 110 facing. The first face 225 of the locking block 220 has a first edge 227 and a second edge 228 on. The first edge 227 runs parallel to the second inner surface 260 the chamber 200 on the second inner surface 260 opposite side of the first end face 225 , The second edge 228 runs parallel to the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 on the first inner surface 250 opposite side of the first end face 225 of the locking block 220 , The first edge 227 and the second edge 228 have an angle of 90 ° to each other. The first edge 227 is perpendicular to the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 , The second edge 228 is perpendicular to the second inner surface 260 the chamber 200 ,
  • In the first section of the chamber 230 is a second block 270 arranged. This is better in the 5 shown frontal view recognizable. The second block 270 the chamber 200 differs from the corresponding block in the chamber 1200 according to the prior art.
  • The second block 270 also adjoins the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 and to the second inner surface 160 the chamber 200 at. The second block 270 extends over the entire length of the first chamber section 230 from the first surface 120 until the breakthrough 210 , At the first surface 120 facing the end of the second block 270 has the second block 270 a second end face 275 on, the surface in the first surface 120 passes, or a surface portion of the first surface 120 forms. The second face 275 is through a third edge 277 and by a fourth edge 278 limited. The fourth edge 278 is parallel to the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 oriented and is perpendicular to the second inner surface 260 the chamber 200 , The third edge 277 is at an angle different from 90 ° on the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 , The angle is such that an angle of 0 ° is a parallel orientation of the third edge 277 and first inner surface 250 correspond. However, the angle is greater than 0 ° and less than 90 °, preferably greater than 10 °. The angle can be for example 45 °. Figuratively speaking, the second block 270 thus bevelled. The second face 275 of the second block 270 thus has a non-rectangular, but trapezoidal shape. The fourth edge 278 the second end face 275 is also parallel to the second edge 228 the first face 225 of the locking block 220 oriented and lies in the extension direction of the chamber 200 in front of the second edge 228 ,
  • The second face 275 is in the direction of extension of the chamber 200 in front of the first face 225 of the locking block 220 arranged. The second face 225 of the second block 270 however, has a smaller area than the first face 225 of the locking block 220 on. The first face 225 of the locking block 220 is thus through the second end face 275 of the second block 270 in the extension direction of the chamber 200 only partially obscured.
  • To the third edge 277 the second end face 275 of the second block 270 closes an outer surface 276 of the second block 270 at, which is parallel to the extension direction of the chamber 200 through the entire first chamber section 230 extends. Because the third edge 277 at an angle different from 90 ° to the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 adjoins, forming the outer surface 276 of the second block 270 and the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 an angle different from 90 °. The outer surface 276 of the second block 270 is thus bevelled.
  • 6 shows a perspective view of a partially opened representation of the connector 100 , In the presentation of the 6 is a contact pin 300 in one of the chambers 200 the second row 160 plugged in. The contact pin 300 consists of a conductive material, such as a metal. The contact pin 300 has a contact pin over the second surface 130 of the housing 110 of the connector 100 out stands and with a cable or a socket of a counterpart of the connector 100 can be connected. The contact pin 300 is also via a crimp connection 330 with a cable 320 connected in 6 is shown only schematically. The crimp connection 330 is located in the first chamber section 230 , The cable 320 protrudes over the first surface 120 of the connector 100 out.
  • 7 shows another open representation of a chamber 200 with inserted contact pin 300 and with the contact pin 300 connected cable 320 , In 7 it can be seen that the contact pin 300 a spring element 310 having. The spring element 310 is designed as a leaf spring and on one of the first inner surface 250 the chamber 200 facing surface of the contact pin 300 in the second chamber section 240 arranged. One of the second surface 130 facing first end of the spring element 310 is fixed to the contact pin 300 connected. A lock block 220 facing the second end of the spring element 310 is free. The spring element 310 is formed so elastic that the second end of the spring element 310 to the contact pin 300 can be pressed, but otherwise from the contact pin 300 projects. In the second chamber section 240 the chamber 200 lies the second End of the spring element 310 at the locking surface 226 of the locking block 220 the chamber 200 at. This will cause it to fall out or inadvertently remove the contact pin 300 out of the chamber 200 towards the first surface 120 prevented. The combination of locking block 220 and spring element 310 thus represents a first contact backup.
  • The contact pin 300 can already before installing the contact pin 300 in the chamber 200 over the crimp connection 330 with the cable 320 have been connected. Then the contact pin 300 from the one in the first surface 120 arranged opening of the chamber 200 into the chamber 200 been inserted. Because of the elastic configuration of the spring element 310 could the spring element 310 while on the locking block 220 passed by. Once the spring element 310 the locking block 220 has completely happened is the second end of the spring element 310 from the contact pin 300 snatched away and has the contact pin 300 in the chamber 200 locked.
  • The second surface 130 has an unlocking opening 280 on, which is arranged adjacent to the opening through which the contact pin of the contact pin 300 is guided. Through the unlocking opening 280 can the spring element 310 For example, with a screwdriver or a special tool, to the contact pin 300 be pressed to a removal of the contact pin 300 out of the chamber 200 towards the first surface 120 to enable. The spring element 310 So is the contact pin 300 pressed down that the contact pin 300 together with the spring element 310 on the locking block 220 can be passed.
  • While pulling out the contact pin 300 towards the first surface 120 happens the spring element 310 the break through 210 between the first chamber section 230 and the second chamber portion 240 , In this area, the spring element 310 no longer at the contact pin 300 pressed, so that the spring element 310 can return to its splayed position. Because the cross section of the second block 270 but smaller than the locking surface 226 of the locking block 220 , the spring element can 310 not on the second block 270 in the first chamber section 230 get stuck. Thus, the contact pin 300 easily out of the chamber 200 be removed. This distinguishes the chamber 200 from the chamber 1200 according to the prior art.
  • The contact pin 300 also has a side plate 340 on, at one of the second inner surface 260 the chamber 200 opposite side of the contact pin 300 is arranged, and over the edge to the spring element 310 supporting side of the contact pin 300 survives. The side plate 340 causes the contact pin 300 only in one orientation in the chamber 200 of the connector 100 can be introduced. Tried the contact pin 300 in a wrong orientation in the chamber 200 Introduce, then pushes the side plate 340 against the second block 270 in the first chamber section 230 , Thus, an accidental wrong insertion of the contact pin 300 in the chamber 200 prevented.
  • 8th shows in perspective view a first contact securing element 400 and a second contact securing element 500 , The first contact-securing element 400 has a first contact-securing blade 410 on. The first contact-securing blade 410 is formed as a substantially cuboidal beam and can in the contact-securing space 140 of the connector 100 be introduced. Here comes the first contact securing blade 410 in the breakthrough 210 each of the chambers 200 the second row 160 to lie.
  • The breakthrough 210 arranged first contact fuse blade 410 also prevents falling out or accidental removal of the contact pin 300 out of the chamber 200 , The first contact-securing element 400 thus represents a second contact assurance that the contact pin 300 in the chamber 200 secures, even if the spring element 310 of the contact pin 300 not on the locking surface 226 of the locking block 220 should be present. The first contact-securing element 400 Also make sure that the contact pin 300 when installing completely in the chamber 200 has been introduced. Is the contact pin 300 not completely in the chamber 200 introduced, so can the first contact-securing blade 410 not in the contact security room 140 penetration.
  • The chambers 200 the second row 160 of the connector 100 can all be identical and as based on the 3 to 7 be described described. The chambers 180 the first row 150 and the third row 170 can like the chambers 200 the second row or otherwise formed.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 100
    Connectors
    110
    casing
    120
    first surface
    130
    second surface
    140
    Contact save space
    150
    first row
    160
    second row
    170
    third row
    180
    chamber
    200
    chamber
    210
    breakthrough
    220
    locking block
    225
    first end face (of the locking block)
    226
    locking surface
    227
    first edge
    228
    second edge
    230
    first chamber section
    240
    second chamber section
    250
    first inner surface of the chamber
    260
    second inner surface of the chamber
    270
    second block
    275
    second end face (of the second block)
    276
    Outer surface of the heel
    277
    third edge
    278
    fourth edge
    280
    unlocking
    300
    pin
    310
    spring element
    320
    electric wire
    330
    Crimp connection
    340
    Page sheet
    400
    first contact securing element
    410
    first contact-securing blade
    500
    second contact security element
    1200
    Chamber according to the prior art

Claims (5)

  1. Electrical connector ( 100 ) with a housing ( 110 ) with a chamber ( 200 ) for receiving a contact pin ( 300 ), whereby the chamber ( 200 ) from a first surface ( 120 ) of the housing ( 110 ) through the housing ( 110 ) to a second surface ( 130 ) of the housing ( 110 ), the chamber ( 200 ) between the first surface ( 120 ) and the second surface ( 130 ) of the housing ( 110 ) a vertical to the chamber profile arranged breakthrough ( 210 ) to one in the housing ( 110 ) arranged contact back-up space ( 140 ), wherein the breakthrough ( 210 ) the chamber ( 200 ) into a first chamber section ( 230 ) and a second chamber section ( 240 ), wherein in the second chamber section ( 240 ) a locking block ( 220 ) with one of the first surface ( 120 ) facing first end face ( 225 ) and one of the second surfaces ( 130 ) facing the locking surface ( 226 ) is arranged, wherein a spring element ( 310 ) of the contact pin ( 300 ) in such a way at the locking surface ( 226 ) may be present that a pulling out of the contact pin ( 300 ) from the chamber ( 300 ) in the direction of the first surface ( 120 ) of the housing ( 110 ) is prevented, wherein the first end face ( 225 ) from a first edge ( 227 ) and from a second edge ( 228 ), wherein in the first compartment ( 230 ) a second block ( 270 ) with one of the first surface ( 120 ) facing the second end face ( 275 ), wherein the second end face ( 275 ) from a third edge ( 277 ) and from a fourth edge ( 278 ), wherein the second end face ( 275 ) parallel to the first end face ( 225 ) and in the extension direction of the chamber ( 200 ) in front of the first end face ( 225 ), characterized in that the third edge ( 277 ) perpendicular to the direction of extension of the chamber ( 200 ) so against the first edge ( 227 ) is offset, that the contact pin ( 300 ) in the direction of the first surface ( 120 ) of the housing ( 110 ) from the chamber ( 200 ) can be removed. without the spring element ( 310 ) on the second block ( 270 ) Keeps hanging.
  2. Electrical connector ( 100 ) according to claim 1, wherein third edge ( 277 ) opposite the first edge ( 227 ) is disposed at an angle greater than 10 °.
  3. Electrical connector ( 100 ) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein an opening of the chamber ( 200 ) in the first surface ( 120 ) of the housing ( 110 ) is formed asymmetrically with respect to a rotation and / or a reflection.
  4. Electrical connector ( 100 ) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the contact securing space ( 140 ) is intended to provide a contact assurance element ( 410 ), wherein the contact securing element ( 410 ) is provided to pull out the contact pin ( 300 ) from the chamber ( 300 ) in the direction of the first surface ( 120 ) of the housing.
  5. Electrical connector ( 100 ) according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the housing has three parallel rows ( 150 . 160 . 170 ) of chambers ( 200 . 1200 ), each of the rows ( 150 . 160 . 170 ) a plurality of chambers ( 200 . 1200 ), the chambers ( 200 ) of the middle row ( 160 ) are formed according to claim 1, wherein the chambers ( 1200 ) of the lateral rows ( 150 . 170 ) are formed differently.
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