DE10227235A1 - Screwless conductor lead terminal has contact carrier and cooperating contact spring fitting through contact carrier for clamping inserted conductor lead - Google Patents

Screwless conductor lead terminal has contact carrier and cooperating contact spring fitting through contact carrier for clamping inserted conductor lead Download PDF

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DE10227235A1
DE10227235A1 DE2002127235 DE10227235A DE10227235A1 DE 10227235 A1 DE10227235 A1 DE 10227235A1 DE 2002127235 DE2002127235 DE 2002127235 DE 10227235 A DE10227235 A DE 10227235A DE 10227235 A1 DE10227235 A1 DE 10227235A1
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Manfred Hohner
Robert Müller
Gerhard Stössel
Christian Süss
Heinz Vornlocker
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Wieland Electric 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
    • H01R4/00Electrically-conductive connections between two or more conductive members in direct contact, i.e. touching one another; Means for effecting or maintaining such contact; Electrically-conductive connections having two or more spaced connecting locations for conductors and using contact members penetrating insulation
    • H01R4/28Clamped connections, spring connections
    • H01R4/48Clamped connections, spring connections utilising a spring, clip, or other resilient member
    • H01R4/4809Clamped connections, spring connections utilising a spring, clip, or other resilient member using a leaf spring
    • H01R4/4818Clamped connections, spring connections utilising a spring, clip, or other resilient member using a leaf spring adapted for axial insertion of a wire end

Abstract

The invention relates to a conductor connection for an electrical conductor. In order to create a conductor connection for an electrical conductor which ensures particularly reliable contacting, a conductor connection (1) is proposed which has a contact carrier (2) and a contact spring (3) mounted on the contact carrier (2) and penetrating the contact carrier (2). which forms a terminal connection (15) with the contact carrier (2).

Description

  • The invention relates to a conductor connection for a electrical conductor.
  • For connecting electrical conductors are screwless conductor connections known, for example in electrical connectors for Come into play. Mainly clamp connections are used as screwless conductor connections, where the contact pressure between the conductor and the contact carrier a spring is generated. The disadvantage of these terminal connections is that that the contact pressure depends on the type of conductor to be connected is not always sufficient to ensure permanent, reliable contact guarantee.
  • The invention is based on the object a conductor connection for to create an electrical conductor that is particularly safe Contact guaranteed. This object is achieved by a conductor connection according to claim 1.
  • The conductor connection according to the invention has one contact support and one mounted on the contact carrier and the contact carrier penetrating contact spring on the one with the contact carrier Forms terminal connection.
  • An essential point of the invention then lies that the contact spring forming the terminal connection on the contact carrier itself is stored and penetrates it at the same time. This will on the one hand enables a very compact design, so that the conductor connection according to the invention can also be used with very little space. On the other hand thereby ensuring a particularly secure contact. Under the term contact support is understood to be a preferably rigid component, the one electrically conductive and preferably flat contact zone for formation a terminal connection. Under the term contact spring is understood to be a component which has at least one spring part, which forms a Klemman connection with the contact zone of the contact carrier. As The contact spring is preferably a steel spring with good spring properties selected.
  • In a preferred embodiment according to claim 2, the contact spring has a fixed leg, which is used for training a fixed bearing on the contact carrier serves. The fixed bearing formed at the fixed end of the fixed leg a preferably detachable one Fixing the contact spring on the contact carrier, especially according to Art a tour. there one component is held by the other so that a movement under the influence of an acting force in a desired one Possible direction is. However, the fixed bearing can also be replaced by another positive and / or positive connection, such as a latching or restraint. Since therefore the contact spring is firmly connected to the contact carrier and on this is stored, form the contact spring and contact carrier in the assembled state an assembly unit.
  • In another embodiment of the invention according to claim 3, the contact spring has a spring leg on, which serves to form the terminal connection. The terminal connection is preferably formed by a clamping end of the spring leg, which interacts with the contact carrier. The spring leg is preferably attached to the fixed leg and with this one-story connected. The spring leg is bent from the fixed leg in such a way that there is an essentially U-shaped or V-shaped contact spring. The clamping end of the spring leg and the fixed end of the fixed leg form the two ends of the contact spring. To be particularly advantageous a design has been found in the fixed leg and spring leg enclose an angle of approx. 35 °. For education of the terminal connection, the spring leg is preferably in the direction spring deflectable towards the fixed leg. For mounting contact spring and contact carrier the contact spring is preferably by means of an assembly stamp preloaded and on the contact carrier attached so that the spring leg is biased against the contact carrier. The electrical contact is preferably made essentially via the Contact carrier, the Contact spring not or only to a small extent for the power line contributes.
  • In a particularly preferred embodiment of the invention according to claim 4, the contact carrier support element on. The contact spring forms when the contact carrier is pushed through support element an interim storage facility. The interim storage facility is formed by that the contact spring leans on the support element and this applied in the assembled state. The contact carrier points for this purpose, a first through opening on its one Side of the support element is limited. The contact spring is preferably attached to the contact carrier in such a way that the intermediate storage in the area of the fixed leg of the contact spring is trained. It is particularly advantageous if the intermediate storage formed at the end opposite the fixed end of the fixed leg is. In this case, the intermediate storage is on the fixed leg shortly before the turn to the spring leg. This results in a advantageous relative position of the intermediate bearing to the spring leg of the Contact spring, through which a particularly high contact pressure for the terminal connection is guaranteed.
  • According to the teaching of claim 5, the contact spring passes through the contact carrier one more time. It when the contact carrier is now penetrated by the spring leg of the contact spring in such a way that its terminal end with the con clock carrier forms the terminal connection.
  • The contact carrier points according to the teaching of the claim 6 a stop element. This stop element is such formed and arranged that the spring leg of the contact spring limited in its travel to the fixed leg of the contact spring is. So the spring leg for contacting a conductor to be connected deflected towards the fixed leg of the contact spring, so that forms Stop element an effective travel limiter. With this overbend protection ensures safe handling of the conductor connection.
  • In the area in which the contact carrier of the contact spring is penetrated a second time, it has one second through opening on. The first and second through openings of the contact carrier are advantageous arranged such that they are separated from one another by a common separating element are separated, the separating element simultaneously as a stop element for the Travel limit is used.
  • According to the teaching of claim 7 the spring leg divided in such a way that several clamping ends for Several terminal connections are formed. It is possible to get a wire connection with multiple terminal points that are separated open from each other or can be closed. The contact carrier then advantageously has several, to the clamping ends of the spring leg corresponding second through openings.
  • One embodiment is particularly advantageous of the invention of claim 8, wherein the contact carrier substantially U-shaped is trained. The contact spring is on a first as Mounting leg serving U-leg of the contact carrier stored (Claim 9), wherein the contact spring serving as a free leg second U-leg of the contact carrier enforced (claim 10). The contact spring advantageously penetrates the free leg of the contact carrier doing it twice, namely once to form an interim storage facility and once again for the formation of the terminal connection. The terminal connection is then through the interaction of the contact spring with the U-bottom of the contact carrier is formed (Claim 11). Preferably, the clamping end of the spring leg forms the terminal connection. The contact spring is thus preferably such on the contact carrier arranged that the fixed leg of the contact spring connects between the fastening leg and free leg forms the U-bottom of the contact carrier almost covered and thus forms a terminal space for receiving the conductor to be connected. The preferably flat U-bottom of the contact carrier is possible educated, so that the conductor can lie on a particularly large area on the U-base. The one in power transmission resulting heat can therefore be large and dissipated quickly become, which has a positive effect on the temperature in the connector housing.
  • It is particularly advantageous if the free leg of the contact carrier with the U-bottom encloses an acute angle (Claim 12). At the same time, the free leg is approximately S-shaped. By this S shape is achieved so that the intermediate storage is approximately vertically above the Position of the terminal point is arranged. This also leads to a special one safe clamping effect. At the same time, the free leg serves as a guide for an operating tool to deflect the spring leg of the contact spring into a deflection position, in which a to be connected for example, fine or multi-wire Conductor inserted into the terminal compartment becomes.
  • The through the S-shape of the free leg The trough formed serves at the same time as an attachment point for the operating tool (Claim 13). That consists, for example, of an insulating material casing a connector in which the conductor connection according to the invention is embedded is advantageously designed such that an actuating tool into an insertion funnel in the housing can be led directly to the free leg of the contact carrier. The introduced operating tool catches itself in the exhaustion and is fixed there. Another opening of the Conductor connection and a possible damage it is surely prevented.
  • Should conductors with rigid wires or with wire end ferrules connected, is the use of an operating tool mostly not necessary. In such cases, the insertion of the rigid can Deflect the spring leg in the terminal area in the terminal compartment.
  • A has proven to be particularly suitable Fixed bearing in the manner of a screw wedge connection proved (claim 14). A screw wedge connection of this type, also called a restriction, is a detachable Connection at which to be joined Workpieces first plugged together in the direction of an axis up to a stop and then twisted against each other. This type of fixed camp has proved to be particularly reliable proved.
  • In a further embodiment of the invention claimed in claim 15, the contact carrier is connected to a socket contact or a plug contact. The socket or plug contact is preferably attached to the mounting leg of the contact carrier (claim 16), so that the free leg side of the contact carrier remains freely accessible for the conductor feed. An embodiment in which the central longitudinal axis of the socket or plug contact runs parallel to the direction of insertion of the conductor to be connected is particularly advantageous. In other words, the central longitudinal axis then runs parallel to the U-bottom of the contact carrier. With such an arrangement of the terminal connection on one side and the socket or plug contact on the other This creates a conductor connection that can be used particularly well in standardized connectors.
  • It is particularly advantageous if the socket contact is a rolled contact (claim 17). such preferably one-piece sheet metal stamping or bending parts are special easy and inexpensive to manufacture.
  • It is particularly advantageous if the socket contact has spherical beads that extend into the contact space has (claim 18). This makes the total contact area enlarges what about that leads, that higher Transmit currents can be.
  • A connector according to the teaching of claim 19, with a conductor connection according to the invention has the Advantage of a particularly safe and reliable clamping contact of the to be connected Conductor.
  • The invention is explained below of an embodiment described, which is explained in more detail with reference to the illustrations. Here show:
  • 1 a side view of a conductor connection according to the invention with a socket contact,
  • 2 a perspective view of the conductor connection 1 . 3 a perspective view of a contact spring, and
  • 4 a perspective view of a contact carrier.
  • In 1 is a conductor connection according to the invention 1 shown in side view. The conductor connection 1 consists essentially of a contact carrier 2 and a contact spring attached to it 3 , The contact carrier 2 has an essentially U-shaped contour. The one U-leg is used as a fastening leg 4 formed, which is substantially perpendicular to the U-bottom 5 of the contact carrier 2 runs. On this mounting leg 4 is in the longitudinal direction of the conductor connection 6 a socket contact 7 attached to form a connector. Opposite the mounting leg 4 points the contact carrier 2 an S-shaped free leg 8th on the one with the U-bottom 5 encloses an acute angle a.
  • On the fastening leg 4 is a hard leg 9 the contact spring 3 attached by means of a reduction so that a fixed bearing 10 arises. The hard leg 9 the contact spring 3 extends from the fixed camp 10 on the fastening leg 4 of the contact carrier 2 for the free leg 8th of the contact carrier 2 the hard leg 9 the contact spring 3 interspersed. When enforcing the free leg 8th forms the hard leg 9 an interim storage facility 11 out. The interim storage facility 11 is at the outer free end 12 of the free leg 8th educated. The interim storage facility is located here 11 above the fixed camp 10 , ie the vertical distance of the interim storage facility 11 to the U-bottom 5 of the contact carrier 2 is larger than that of the fixed bearing 10 to the U-bottom 5 , Shortly after the free leg was enforced 8th joins the hard leg 9 the contact spring 3 a bent transition element 13 which in turn in a straight spring leg 14 transforms. fixed leg 9 and feather legs 14 close an angle ( 3 of approx. 35 °. The free end of the spring leg 14 through sets the free leg a second time 8th of the contact carrier 2 and is pretensioned in the pre-assembled state shown here on the U-bottom 5 of the contact carrier 2 forming a nip 15 on.
  • In the perspective representation in 2 will enforce the free leg 8th of the contact carrier 2 through the contact spring 3 clarified. The flat contact spring 3 runs from the fixed camp 10 to the interim storage facility 11 story. After enforcing the free leg 8th in a first through opening 16 are transitional elements 13 and feather legs 14 the contact spring 3 divided in two such that there are two clamping ends 17 to form two independently operable terminal connections. The two clamp ends 17 of the feather leg 14 pass through second through openings 18 a second time through the free leg 8th of the contact carrier 2 through and form with the flat U-Grand 5 of the contact carrier 2 nip 15 out.
  • A single contact spring 3 is in 3 shown. The connecting element is clear here 19 for training the fixed camp 10 to look like a restraint. This connection lead 19 forms together with the corresponding in 4 shown warehouse opening 20 the already mentioned fixed camp 10 , The first through opening 16 and the second through hole 18 in the free leg8 of the contact carrier 2 are by a common separator 21 in the form of a cross conductor connection 22 transverse to the longitudinal direction of the conductor connection 6 running crossbar separated from each other. The bottom of this divider 21 , which are the second through openings 18 delimited towards the top, serves as a stop element 23 for limiting the spring travel of the spring leg 14 , In the first through opening 16 is a support element 24 attached in the form of a web that extends from the free leg 8th towards the mounting leg 4 of the contact carrier 2 extends and on which the fixed leg 9 the contact spring 3 rests in the assembled state. The two second through openings 18 are marked by a direction perpendicular to the conductor connection 22 extending stabilizing web 25 separated from each other. This stabilization bridge 25 serves at the same time to guide the two clamping ends 17 during their deflection. The free leg 8th also serves as a stop for a free leg side towards the socket contact 7 towards the feather leg 14 the contact spring 3 listed operating tool 33 , for example the blade of a screwdriver that is in 1 is shown in broken lines. The operating tool 33 can only go until the first turn 26 of the S-shaped free leg 8th be guided, taking that through this turn 26 formed exhaustion of the free leg 8th at the same time a safe attachment point for the operating tool 33 forms.
  • In 4 A contact carrier according to the invention is shown. Which is in the longitudinal direction of the conductor connection 6 extending socket contact 7 is a contact rolled out of sheet metal. It has a cylindrical contact space for receiving a corresponding plug contact 27 on that of three contact elements, namely two guide arms 28 and a spring tongue 29 is formed. The guide arms 28 are to form a receiving opening 30 connected to an open arc. The spring tongue 29 has a contact zone at its free end 31 on that in the contact space 27 protrudes. To increase the contact area of the socket contact 7 point the guide arms 28 also a spherical bead 32 on that is in the contact space 27 extends into and the contact space 27 narrow at these points. The beads opposite each other 32 are opposite the contact zone 31 the tongue 29 arranged in such a way that there is a somewhat isosceles triangle.
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    wire connection
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    contact support
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    contact spring
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    fastening leg
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    U-Grund
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    Conductor connection longitudinally
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    female contact
    8th
    free leg
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    fixed leg
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    fixed bearing
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    interim storage
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    free end
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    Transition element
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    spring leg
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    nip
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    first By fitting opening
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    jammed
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    second By fitting opening
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    connecting element
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    bearing opening
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    separating element
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    Conductor cross direction
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    stop element
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    support element
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    stabilization bar
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    turn
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    Contact space
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    guide
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    spring tongue
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    receiving opening
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    contact zone
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    Beading
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    operating tool

Claims (19)

  1. Wire connection ( 1 ) for an electrical conductor - with a contact carrier ( 2 ) and - with one on the contact carrier ( 2 ) stored, the contact carrier ( 2 ) penetrating and with the contact carrier ( 2 ) a terminal connection ( 15 ) forming contact spring ( 3 ).
  2. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 1, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) a thigh ( 9 ) to form a fixed camp ( 10 ) on the contact carrier ( 2 ) having.
  3. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 2, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) a feather leg ( 14 ) to form the terminal connection ( 15 ) having.
  4. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the contact carrier ( 2 ) a support element ( 24 ) has such that the contact spring ( 3 ) when the con clock carrier ( 2 ) an intermediate store on the support element ( 11 ) trains.
  5. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 4, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) the contact carrier ( 2 ) enforced again.
  6. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 4 or 5, characterized in that the contact carrier ( 2 ) a stop element ( 23 ) has such that the spring leg ( 14 ) the contact spring ( 3 ) is limited in its travel.
  7. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 3 to 6, characterized in that the spring leg ( 14 ) the contact spring ( 3 ) is divided in such a way that several clamping ends ( 17 ) for the formation of several terminal connections ( 15 ) arise.
  8. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 7, characterized in that the contact carrier ( 2 ) is essentially U-shaped.
  9. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 8, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) on a first U-leg serving as a fastening leg ( 4 ) of the contact carrier ( 2 ) is stored.
  10. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 8 or 9, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) a second U-leg serving as a free leg ( 8th ) of the contact carrier ( 2 ) enforced.
  11. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 8 to 10, characterized in that the contact spring ( 3 ) with the U-bottom ( 5 ) of the contact carrier ( 2 ) a terminal connection ( 15 ) trains.
  12. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 10 or 11, characterized in that the free leg ( 8th ) with the U-bottom ( 5 ) includes an acute angle (a).
  13. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 10 to 12, characterized in that the free leg ( 8th ) has a trough serving as a stop for an actuating tool.
  14. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 2 to 13, characterized in that the fixed bearing ( 10 ) is designed like a screw wedge connection.
  15. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 14, characterized in that the contact carrier ( 2 ) with a socket contact ( 7 ) or a plug contact is connected.
  16. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 15, characterized in that the socket contact ( 7 ) or the plug contact with the mounting leg ( 4 ) of the contact carrier ( 2 ) connected is.
  17. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 15 or 16, characterized in that the socket contact ( 7 ) is a rolled contact.
  18. Wire connection ( 1 ) according to claim 17, characterized in that the socket contact ( 7 ) has spherical beads that extend into the contact space to enlarge the contact areas.
  19. Connectors with a conductor connection ( 1 ) according to one of claims 1 to 18.
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