EP0980116A1 - Female terminal, socket having such a terminal and method for forming the terminal - Google Patents

Female terminal, socket having such a terminal and method for forming the terminal Download PDF

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EP0980116A1
EP0980116A1 EP19980810776 EP98810776A EP0980116A1 EP 0980116 A1 EP0980116 A1 EP 0980116A1 EP 19980810776 EP19980810776 EP 19980810776 EP 98810776 A EP98810776 A EP 98810776A EP 0980116 A1 EP0980116 A1 EP 0980116A1
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Werner Dipl.-El. Ing. Htl Fausch
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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
    • H01R13/02Contact members
    • H01R13/10Sockets for co-operation with pins or blades
    • H01R13/11Resilient sockets

Abstract

The socket clamp is formed from a one-piece sheet metal blank and has male and female contacts (19,20,39) extending in opposite directions along a geometric plug-in axis, with a protective lug (23) extending from the connection piece (17) between the clamp arms (13,14) of the female contact, used for handling the socket clamp during the manufacturing process. An Independent claim for a manufacturing method for a socket clamp is also included.

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Technical field of the invention

The invention relates to a one piece Sheet metal shaped base clamp with one each on one geometric thru axle arranged and in opposite Directional female and male contact part, the female contact part by two clamping tabs is formed, which in a central area of one laterally arranged connector are bent, so that in a section through the Central area the connector the base and the Clamping tabs form the two legs of a U, and which Clamping tabs in the direction of the thru-axle against their free ends towards each other as elastic contact flags.

The invention also relates to a base with a Base body made of insulating plastic, with in the base body trained terminal chambers and one base clamp each called genus.

The invention also relates to a method for Manufacture of base clamps of this type, in which Move the two sides of the connector Pre-bent clamping tabs and parallel to the direction of the thru axles and bent at right angles to the connector, and at most the male contact part twice across Thru-axis direction is bent approximately at right angles.

State of the art

Various electronic and electromechanical Applications such as relays, sensors, electronic Circuits etc. are provided with plug connection legs. In many cases, these so-called pins are divided into one PCB soldered. Especially in the United States However, pedestals are often required to connect these Solder the base into the circuit board and then into this base Insert applications interchangeably. This requires a Base clamps, at least in the number of in the clamps connecting legs to be inserted. These clamps are intended on the one hand permanent contact with the connecting legs guarantee, and on the other hand one connection per terminal or pin, which e.g. is solderable into the board. The terminals are housed in a base body, which grips the terminals in an insulating manner and allocates them space.

A socket clamp for one is now on the market Relay base known, which consists of a bent piece of sheet metal is made and a female and a male side having. The female side is through two jaws formed which is U-shaped with a connector are connected. The jaws point in the area of Connector a distance. To the female The jaws run with a plug-in end Bias towards each other, touch on a line perpendicular to the direction of insertion and run again by one Distance apart. A pin can be between the jaws be performed. The maximum leg thickness is through that Insert opening in the relay base.

The male end is formed by a pin, which formed in the extension of a jaw and is bent twice at a right angle. The pin is in a middle plane between the two jaws of the Jaws away, in the same direction and same level, in which a pin between the jaws should be performed.

These terminals are now in a certain number and with certain distances, - both in the base relays to be inserted accordingly -, in a base body built-in. For this purpose, the base body has a pit or chamber for each terminal. The dimensions of the clamp and pit are matched so that the clamp is light can be introduced. The open side of the pit is towards the relay pin directed and the clamp must be in the The base body is inserted into the pit with the terminal pin first become. An opening is provided in the pit floor through which of the terminal pins when inserting the terminal must be put through. So that the clamps in the base are held, the base is provided with a lid, which can be snapped onto the base body, and which with rectangular insertion openings for the relay pins is provided. The length of the jaws is less than the distance between the pit floor and the lid, so that the used clamps have scope.

A disadvantage of such a base is that the Insert the base into a circuit board due to the Insertion resistance on the terminal force over the Jaws are transferred to the lid. Hence the Clamping jaws when inserting the base into a board like on the lid and can subsequently be touched by this touch be unable to move. Disadvantage of the Terminal is also that the electrical load asymmetrical and therefore the heat distribution in an under Current load standing terminal is unequal. Can continue at least as long as the clamp is not through a base is protected, the connector by inserting a Object between the jaws are deformed. In the As a result, the clamping force of the clamp is reduced. For a stable electrical contact between terminals and However, a terminal needs a specific pin surface minimal clamping pressure.

Object of the invention

The object of the invention is a socket clamp and to create a base in which the disadvantages mentioned are overcome. The mobility of the contact flags should be included Security can be guaranteed. The clamp should be in front of and during insertion into the base before bending and be protected from damage. It should continue less be sensitive to thermal energy occurring than that State of the art mentioned. Another object of the invention is the possibility of simple and inexpensive Manufacture of the clamp and the base.

Description of the invention

According to the invention, this is achieved by a Protective tab, which is arranged on the connecting part and from the central area in the same direction as that Contact flags extends and with their free end over the free ends of the contact tabs extends.

This so-called protective tab fulfills several Functions. Firstly, by adding the Protective strap the mass and weight of the clamp by about 30% enlarged so that a larger amount of heat from the clamp can be included. Their dimensions are only slightly larger. This is e.g. when immersing the male contact part in the liquid solder advantageous because the This makes the clamp less sensitive to the immersion time is. On the other hand, by protruding the protective tab Protection of the latter beyond the contact flags and reached during the assembly of the base. For the third thanks to the protrusion of the protective flap, the force e.g. due to the insertion resistance when inserting the Socket in a board acts on the clamp, not over the Clamping tabs, but over the insensitive protective tab transferred to the base body. Fourth, therefore, remain the free ends of the contact lugs even when subjected to force on the clamp at a distance from the wall of the base body, through which a contact leg, e.g. of a relay into which Clamp can be inserted. For the fifth, the clamp, since the protective tab is not bent during production are needed and protrude from the contact springs, from one Sheet metal strip are manufactured and only after the clamp has been manufactured the clamp by separating the free end of the protective tab and Ribbon can be detached from the ribbon. Thanks to this tab, therefore the clamp with a symmetrically arranged male Contact part are manufactured.

The protective tab advantageously has a free end Width, which the distance between the two jaws in Central area corresponds. This allows the clamp to be Terminal chamber with parallel walls can be inserted and is over the longest possible length by the Interaction of the chamber wall with the protective flap as well guided in the central area of the clamp with the clamping tabs. Hence the possible deviation of the clamp from its Ideal position with regard to the terminal chamber minimal.

If the male contact part, e.g. one pin, one Solder connection lug, a plug connection lug or the like, attaches to the U-shaped central area and twice in the opposite direction by about 90 degrees across Thru-axis direction is bent, then the male sets Contact part with advantage on the connector. By the Start at the connector, in contrast to the known one Starting at one of the clamping tabs is the current flow distributed more evenly over the two contact flags. Therefore the heat development in the clamping tabs is more even. Thanks to the symmetry of the current and heat load, the Clamp performance increases because of a smaller local Stress occurs. In addition, the heat is dissipated the symmetrically arranged protective tab better. Another Advantage of the symmetrical arrangement of the male Contact part is that the clamping tabs and the male Contact part bent at the same time in one operation can be. This is made possible by the protective tab which is expediently still with the Sheet metal strip from which the clamp is made, connected is.

The arrangement of the male also has an effect Contact part on the connector positive on the rigidity of the connector. To be as high as possible To achieve bending stiffness of the connecting piece, expediently runs the first bending edge of the male contact part practically over the entire width of the Connector. This stiffens the bending edge Connector across its entire width, making the undesirable additional spring action of the connector is largely canceled.

So that the clamp can be easily inserted into the clamp chamber and so that the voltage distribution is more even, takes the width of the contact lugs towards the free end advantageous. This conical shape of the Contact flags also create a gap between the lateral edges of the contact lugs and the protective tab. This distance is for the manufacture of a stamping tool welcome as this is not too fine and therefore sensitive Stamp parts should have. Which is at its free end tapering contact flags get into the Terminal chamber of a base of the inserted clip on the side due to the taper in increasing distance from the Chamber wall, which makes the mobility of the Contact flag inhibiting friction between wall and Contact flag is avoided.

The outline of the clamp in is advantageous The maximum direction of insertion is with a rotation of the outline 180 degrees again congruent. The outline is preferred rectangular or clearly shaped in terms of orientation. This allows the clamp to be in at most two orientations the base body can be used. With both orientations the clamping direction is correct. Due to this outline shape can align the terminal correctly with regard to its alignment the female contact part inserted into the base be what, for example, in a round or square outline is not possible.

With a base for electrical or electromechanical Applications with a base body made of insulating Plastic, with terminal chambers formed in the base body and in each case a socket clamp is one according to the invention Clamp according to the invention provided as described above is. The distance between the turn of the male contact part or the end of the clamping tabs in the Central area to the free end of the protective tab according to the depth of the chamber. The turn of the male contact part is not necessary. However, it is the longer length is decisive, be it the one Distance between the turning edge between the male Contact part and the connector and the free end of the Protective tab or be it the length between that of the End of the clamping tabs facing away from the insertion side and the free end of the protective flap. This larger dimension corresponds to the distance between the two opposite Chamber walls with openings for insertion on the one hand a pin in the female contact part and on the other hand for the penetration of the base wall with the male Contact part of the terminal. This is the one in the chamber inserted clamp held exactly in the chamber and can in The direction of insertion can neither be moved forwards nor backwards. The remaining external dimensions of the female contact part the other two inner dimensions of the Chamber. In particular, the width of the protective tab or Distance between the clamping tabs in the base area plus the Material thickness of the two clamping tabs corresponds advantageously the one inside dimension of the terminal chamber. As a result, the clamping tabs in the central area are covered by the Chamber wall prevented from spreading.

Is the relay socket with a body on the socket attachable closing part for closing the with Terminals equipped and separated by walls Equipped with terminal chambers, the walls are advantageous double between the chambers, so that on Fastener formed ribs after assembling from the base body and the closing part into the gaps reach between the double walls. Thereby the air and creepage distances between the individual Clamps inside the base increased and the closing part is stiffened by the cross-shaped ribs.

Expediently on the closing part and Base body snap pawls and on the snap pawls coordinated recesses between the terminal chambers educated. If the pawls on the base body and the Recesses can be arranged on the closing part the reverse is preferred. This on the closing part arranged pawls can be well guided in the base body so that the openings in the closing part when put the closure part exactly over the male Contact parts are performed. It is particularly advantageous also that the connections between the chambers are made and therefore these parts are not the outline of the base enlarge. The latched handles are also there expediently within the other base contours.

The closing part on the side of the Male contact parts arranged so that the terminals with the female end first are inserted into the terminal chambers and, if necessary by a robot, on the male Contact part can be held.

Such a base can be used as a base for relays, sensors, Display elements or electronic circuits etc. serve. It can be plugged in with the pins of the terminals be, but also e.g. with tabs and / or clamps on Base body or be equipped on the closing part, so that the plastic part can be screwed on somewhere, glued on or can be clamped. If the base does not have the Legs of the terminals, but on the plastic part attached, so the male connectors are usually expediently as solder connection lugs, Plug connection lugs, screw connection lugs etc. educated.

In a method of manufacturing base clamps according to the preamble of claim 1, in which the Clamping lugs arranged on both sides of the connecting piece pre-bent and parallel to the thru-axis direction and be bent at right angles to the connector and at most the male contact part twice across Thru-axis direction is bent approximately at a right angle according to the invention except for one end Connection between a arranged on the connecting piece Protective tab protruding over the bent clamping tabs and cut or punched the metal strip from the strip, and only after the bending work has been completed remaining connection between the protective strap and the metal strip severed. This means that production is on the line and with a simple punching tool and bending punch possible. The Clamps can also be guided to the point on the belt, where they should be inserted into the base. There can Clamp on the male contact part by a machine can be caught when it is detached from the tape and are guaranteed to be in the correct position Terminal chamber are introduced. This enables transports of loose clamps can be avoided. It can be a Saved shakers and damage to the clamp before Use largely avoided.

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2 shows a view of a base clamp according to the invention,
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a top view of the clamp of Figure 1,
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2 shows a view of the clamp according to FIG. 1 from the side,
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a bottom view under a relay base body according to the invention, with the closure part removed,
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3 shows a section along the line XX in FIG. 4,
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4 shows a top view of the relay base body according to FIGS. 4 and 5,
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6 shows a section along the line YY in FIG. 6,
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a view of the closure part from its inward side,
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a sectional view taken along the line ZZ in Figure 8.
Describes the exemplary embodiments

The base clamp 11 shown in FIGS. 1 to 3 has one female and one male connector side. On the female side there are two clamping tabs 13, 14 provided which are shaped symmetrically to each other. The Clamping tabs 13, 14 are in a base area or Central area 15 of terminal 11 via a connecting piece 17th laterally connected. Are on the clamp springs Contact lugs 19, 20 formed, which from the central region 15 go out of trouble, get closer and finally touch in a line. On the outside of the Line of contact the contact lugs diverge again, so that through the two diverging flanks 21, 22 a pin when inserted between the contact flags is initiated. The angle α between the axis of symmetry and the flank 21 respectively. 22 is about 40 degrees each.

According to the invention, there is now a connection piece 17 arranged third tab, which in the following protective tab 23 is called. The protective tab 23 goes from the connector 17 in the central area 15, accompanies the two Contact flags 19.20 on one side and survived at its free end 25, 26 both in the direction of its length 27 as well as their width 29. Since the free end 31 of the Protective tab 23 is rounded with large radii, it serves at the same time as a joining aid when filling the clamp into the Base body. This allows the clamp to work very well with the female side filled in a terminal chamber become.

The width 29 of the free end 31 of the protective tab 23 is equal to the width of the terminal 11 in the base region 15. In The base area or central area is the terminal as U shaped, with the two legs of the U the Contact flags 19.20 go away and from the U base Protective tab 23. In the development or in the area of the Starting material from which the clamp is punched and was bent, the three tabs 13,14,23 side by side. They are punched out together. Are the Contact tabs 19, 20 tapered as shown, results in from this an incision with a welcome distance between the outlines of the contact tab 19, 20 and the protective tab 23. This incision is in the illustrated embodiment in an area 33 widened because the protective tab 23 in this area is narrowed.

The bending edge 35 between the clamping tab 13, 14 and the Connector 17 lies on a line in the direction of this Incision and then after the incision. The Clamping tabs 13, 14 are bent at a right angle, so that the contact tabs 19.20 at the mouth 37 for a relay pin touch across its entire width.

The intermediate piece 17 is opposite the protective tab 23 the male connector or contact part 39 is arranged. It consists of a wider, angled turn 41 and the narrower, axially aligned pin 43. The turn 41 is flush with the base end 45.46 of the clamping tabs 13.14. All corners are rounded, with the corners at the free ends 25,26,31 of the three tabs 13,14,23 a relative large radius is punched out. Pin 43 is in the Plane of symmetry between the contact lugs 19, 20, but with 90 degrees from the pin to be inserted into the terminal twisted outline rectangle.

As can be seen from FIG. 3, the overlap Axis of symmetry 47 of a contact lug 19.20 not with the Axis of pin 43. Depth 49 shown in FIG Terminal 11 is larger than the width 29. Therefore, is a Insert the terminal 11 in a terminal chamber with corresponding dimensions in two rotated by 180 degrees Directions possible. The clamp is also asymmetrical Arrangement of clamping tabs 13, 14 and protective tab 23 twisted 180 degrees in relation to the pin axis Base body can be used. Because the socket pin 43 in the axis of the pin to be inserted into the base is arranged to the same plug configuration for the base as for the To receive the application to be inserted, a pin must therefore be used on the protective lug side next to the axis of symmetry 47 Contact flags are inserted. The contact flag 13, 14 could also be cut asymmetrically.

The protective tab 23 is also used in the manufacture the clamp 11. This remains during the punching and Bend the clamp at the free end 31 with a remaining band of the Basic material connected. The metal band is after the Form punching bent in one operation. The clamp will then separated from the rest of the strip as a finished clamp 11.

A relay base body 51 is shown in FIGS. 4 to 7 eight terminal chambers 53 for terminals 11 acc. Figures 1 to 3 shown. In a similar way, other bases, e.g. with more or less contacts, for all sorts of plug-in Applications, etc. The base body 51 is filled into the clamp chambers 53 after clamps 11 by a closing part 55 according to FIGS. 8 and 9 locked. The base body 51 has a base plate 57 on, around each chamber 53 one on four sides surrounding wall 59 protrudes vertically. Chambers 53 extend into the base plate 57, i.e. the high of Wall is bigger inside than outside. Your inner height corresponds to the length 27 of the terminal 11. The wall 59 describes a corresponding to the clamps around each chamber Rectangle with dimensions corresponding to the width 29 and Depth 49 of the clamp 11. The walls 59 are on both Long sides 61, 63 of the base body 51 are combined with a slightly higher and somewhat thinner wall 65. This Surrounding wall 65 includes the closure part used 55. Between the walls 59 there are spaces 67, 68 intended. The gap 68 on the longitudinal axis of the Base body 51 is not through the surrounding wall 65 enclosed, but the transverse to it Gaps 67. In the area of these gaps 67,68 points the base plate 57 has a continuous opening at four locations 69, which have a step so that they are on the Top 71 of the base body 51 in one direction with one Level are expanded. They are towards the bottom rectangular openings 69 flared as Introductory aid for the locking pawls on Closure part 55.

The openings 73 in the chambers 53 through which Openings 73 a relay pin must be able to be inserted, are correspondingly rectangular and conical towards the top 71 expanded so that the pin when inserted into the opening 73 is directed.

The closing part 55 according to FIGS. 8 and 9 shows from the same holes for the pins. However is the bevel or conical widening of the openings 75 for the socket clamp pins facing inwards, and are the Alignments of rectangular openings 75 and 73 by 90 degrees twisted to each other. Ribs 77 are between the openings 75 arranged which with the closure part 55 in the Interstices 67, 68 protrude into the base body 51. The Base plate 79, from which the ribs 77 stand up and which must close the chambers 53 in the base body 51, is stiffened by these ribs. Through the ribs 77 and Walls 59 are the air and creepage paths between the Chambers 53 and the clamps 11 accommodated therein enlarged. 55 hook-shaped, emerging locking pawls 81 arranged which elastically retreating into the openings 69 in the base body 51 can be latched. Are in the latched state lugs 83 behind steps 85 in openings 69 snapped into place. For technical reasons, the Base plate 79 openings 87 on the side of the nose 83 of the Pawl arranged.

The jack heads 89, which form the lugs 83, are not larger than the other parts of the openings 69, see above that the heads 89 in the latched state behind the Top 71 of the base body 51 lie back.

Claims (10)

  1. A socket clamp (11) formed in one piece from a piece of sheet metal, each with a female (19, 20) and male (39) contact part arranged approximately on a geometrical plug-in axis and directed in opposite directions, the female contact part being formed by two clamping tabs (13, 14) , which are bent in a central area (15) from a laterally arranged connecting piece (17), so that in a cross-section through the central area (15) the connecting piece (17) forms the base and the clamping tabs (13, 14) form two legs of a U, and which clamping tabs (13, 14) approach each other as elastic contact tabs (19, 20) in the direction of the plug-in axis towards their free ends (25, 26), characterized by a protective tab (23) which is attached to the connecting part ( 17) is arranged and extends from the central area (15) in the same direction as the contact tabs (19, 20) and with its free end (31) over the free ends (25 , 26) of the contact tabs (19, 20) extends.
  2. Base clamp according to claim 1, characterized in that the protective tab (23) at the free end (31) Width (29), which is the distance between the two Clamping tabs (13, 14) in the central area (15) corresponds.
  3. Socket clamp according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the male Contact part (39) on the central region (15) starts, characterized in that the male Contact part (39) attaches to the connector.
  4. A socket clamp according to claim 3, wherein the male Contact part twice in the opposite direction is bent about 90 degrees transverse to the direction of the thru axle, characterized in that the first bending edge of the male contact part (39) practically over the whole Width of the connecting piece (17) runs.
  5. Base clamp according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized characterized that the width of the contact flags (19.20) decreases towards the free end (25.26).
  6. Base clamp according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized characterized in that the outline of the clamp in Insertion direction highest with a rotation of the Outline is congruent again by 180 degrees, preferably a rectangular one or one with respect to the Alignment is clearly shaped outline.
  7. Base with a base body (51) made of insulating plastic, with clamp chambers (53) formed in the base body (51) and therein each a base clamp (11), characterized by a clamp (11) according to one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the distance between Bend (41) of the male contact part (39) or end (45,46) of the clamping tabs (13,14) in the central area (15) up to the free end (31) of the protective tab (23) corresponds to the depth of the chamber (53).
  8. Base according to claim 7, with a on the base body (51) attachable closing part (55) for closing the with clamps (11) equipped with clamp chambers (53), whereby the individual chambers (53) separated by walls (59) are characterized in that the walls (59) between the chambers (53) are double, and that ribs (77) are formed on the closing part (55) are, which with assembled closure part (55) in the Spaces (67.68) between the double walls (59) reach into it.
  9. Base according to claim 7 or 8, with a on the base body (51) attachable closure part (55) for Close the ones equipped with clamps (11) Terminal chambers (53), characterized in that on Closing part (55) and on the base body (51) Snap pawls (81) and on the snap pawls (81) coordinated recesses (69) between the Terminal chambers (53) are formed.
  10. A method for producing base clamps (11) according to the preamble of claim 1, in which the clamping tabs (13, 14) arranged on both sides of the connecting piece (17) are pre-bent and bent parallel to the direction of the plug-in axis and at right angles to the connecting piece (17) and at most the male contact part (39) is bent twice at right angles transversely to the thru-axis direction, characterized in that the clamp (11) apart from an end connection between a protective tab (23) and arranged on the connecting piece (15) and projecting over the bent-over clamping tabs (13, 14) a sheet metal strip is cut or punched out of the strip, and after the bending work has been completed, the remaining connection between the protective flap (239 and the sheet metal strip is finally severed.
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