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JP4581281B2
JP4581281B2 JP2001097989A JP2001097989A JP4581281B2 JP 4581281 B2 JP4581281 B2 JP 4581281B2 JP 2001097989 A JP2001097989 A JP 2001097989A JP 2001097989 A JP2001097989 A JP 2001097989A JP 4581281 B2 JP4581281 B2 JP 4581281B2
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剛 今野
章仁 助川
大輔 北澤
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a multipolar connector that is attached to a printed circuit board and transmits an electrical signal by being connected to an external terminal.
[0002]
[Prior art]
An example of this type of conventional connector will be described.
[0003]
FIG. 45 is an exploded perspective view of a connector plug and connector socket of a conventional multipolar connector, and FIG. 46 is a longitudinal sectional view of the connector plug and connector socket of the conventional multipolar connector.
[0004]
As shown in FIG. 45, the conventional multipolar connector 200 includes a connector plug 201 and a connector socket 210 that accommodates the connector plug 201.
[0005]
As shown in FIG. 45, the connector plug 201 includes a plug-side insulating housing 202 that holds a plug-side contact component 215 described later, a metal plug-side electromagnetic shield 203 that covers the outer periphery of the plug-side insulating housing 202, and The cover 204 covers the outer periphery of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 203.
[0006]
As shown in FIG. 45, an erroneous insertion prevention convex portion 205 is provided at the approximate center of the upper surface of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 203.
[0007]
As shown in FIG. 45, the connector socket 210 includes a socket-side insulating housing 211 that holds a socket-side contact component 220, which will be described later, and a metal socket-side electromagnetic shield that covers the top and left and right side surfaces of the socket-side insulating housing 211. 212.
[0008]
The socket-side insulating housing 211 is made of resin, and the inner wall surface of the socket-side insulating housing 211 is engaged with the erroneous insertion preventing convex portion 205 as shown in FIG. An erroneous insertion prevention recess 213 for insertion into the connector socket 210 is provided.
[0009]
Next, plug-side contact components of a conventional multipolar connector will be described.
47 (a) and 47 (b) are a top view and a right side view showing an example of the structure of the plug-side contact component of the conventional multipolar connector, and FIG. 47 (c) shows the contact of the plug-side contact component. It is a front view of a part. 48 (a) and 48 (b) are a top view and a right side view showing an example of the structure of a plug-side contact component of a conventional multipolar connector, and FIG. 48 (c) is the plug-side contact component. It is a front view of the contact part.
[0010]
As shown in FIGS. 47 and 48, the plug-side contact components 215a and 215b have contact portions 223a and 223b that contact the other socket-side contact component 220 at one end, and the other A conductive wire connecting portion 217 is provided for sandwiching and fixing the conductive wire at the end, and for electrical connection between the plug-side contact component 215 and the conductive wire.
[0011]
As shown in FIGS. 47A to 47C, the contact portion 223a is formed by punching a metal plate material into a substantially rectangular shape, and the contact portion 223 and the mating socket side contact component 220 are connected to each other. Due to the contact, the plug-side contact component 215 and the socket-side contact component 220 are electrically connected.
[0012]
On the other hand, as shown in FIGS. 48 (a) to 48 (c), the contact portion 223b is formed by bending the left and right side portions of the metal plate so that the cross section becomes substantially U-shaped. The upper surface 216 contacts the mating socket side contact component 220.
[0013]
Next, a socket side contact component of a conventional multipolar connector will be described.
As shown in FIG. 46, a conventional multipolar connector socket-side insulating housing 211 is provided with a contact component holding member 214 for holding a socket-side contact component. The upper contact part 221 a located on the upper side of the side contact part holding member 214 and the lower contact part 221 b located on the lower side are composed of two types. It is arranged in two rows on the upper and lower surfaces.
[0014]
The socket-side contact component 220 includes a contact portion 223 that contacts the plug-side contact component 215, and board connection portions 224a and 224b for connecting the socket-side contact part 220 to a conductive pattern of the board. Bending portions 225a and 225b are provided between the contact portion 223 and the substrate connecting portions 224a and 224b.
[0015]
The distances from the tips of the contact portions 223a and 223b of the socket-side contact component 220 to the bent portions 225a and 225b are substantially equal as shown in FIG. 46, and the lower contact component 221b is folded. The bent portion 225b is located between the board connecting portions 224a of the two adjacent upper contact components 221a, and the bent portion 225a of the upper contact component 221a and the bent portion 225b of the lower contact component 221b However, they are arranged on one surface as shown in FIG.
[0016]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, in the structure in which the socket side electromagnetic shield is provided outside the socket side insulating housing 211 as in the connector socket 210 of the conventional multipolar connector 200 described above, as shown in FIG. Since the erroneous insertion prevention convex portion 205 provided in the connector and the erroneous insertion prevention concave portion 213 of the socket side insulating housing 211 formed of an insulating material such as resin are engaged, the connector plug 201 is connected to the connector with a strong force. When pushed into the socket 210, the low-strength resinous socket-side insulating housing 211 is easily deformed, and the connector plug 201 may be inserted into the connector socket 210 in the wrong direction.
[0017]
In view of the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a connector that is less likely to be erroneously inserted into a connector socket when the connector plug is forcibly pushed into the connector socket.
[0018]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
Such an object is achieved by the present inventions (1) to (12) below.
[0019]
(1) A connector having a connector socket and a connector plug connected to the connector socket,
The connector socket includes a plurality of socket side contact components, a socket side contact component holding member that holds the plurality of socket side contact components , and the socket side contact component holding member that holds the plurality of socket side contact components. A socket-side insulating housing provided on the socket-side, and a socket-side electromagnetic shield that is located inside the socket-side insulating housing and located outside the socket-side contact component holding member, and is made of a rectangular metal plate. Have
The connector plug includes a plurality of plug-side contact components that are connected to the plurality of socket-side contact components and a plug-side contact component that holds the plurality of plug-side contact components when the connector plug is connected to the connector socket. A holding member; a plug-side insulating housing in which the plug-side contact holding member holding the plurality of plug-side contact components is provided ; and the plug-side insulating component inside the plug-side insulating housing; A plug-side electromagnetic shield made of a rectangular metal plate, and the plug-side electromagnetic shield is connected to the socket-side electromagnetic when the connector plug is connected to the connector socket. Located inside the shield,
The plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug has a convex portion formed by deforming a part of its upper surface outward, and the connector socket has an upper surface of the socket-side electromagnetic shield of the connector socket. When connecting the connector plug to, a recess is formed that engages with the projection formed on the plug-side electromagnetic shield,
The connector plug has a projecting opening for projecting the plug-side electromagnetic shield on a side connected to the connector socket of the plug-side insulating housing, and the plug-side electromagnetic shield is a side connected to the connector socket. It is designed to be inserted into the protruding port from the opposite side,
A plurality of convex portion insertion portions through which the convex portions formed on the upper surface of the plug-side electromagnetic shield are inserted when the plug-side electromagnetic shield is inserted into the protruding port at the upper edge portion of the protruding port. A connector characterized by being provided continuously.
[0027]
(2) The connector according to (1), wherein the concave portion formed in the socket-side electromagnetic shield is formed in a slit shape in the socket-side electromagnetic shield.
[0028]
(3) wherein the recess formed in the socket-side electromagnetic shield when inserting the mating connector plug into the socket-side electromagnetic shield, above, characterized in that are substantially parallel to the direction in which the mating connector plug is displaced The connector according to (2) .
[0030]
(4) The connector according to any one of (1) to (3) , wherein a plurality of sets of the concave portion and the convex portion are provided.
[0031]
Other objects, operations and effects of the present invention will become more apparent from the following description of embodiments with reference to the drawings.
[0032]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of a connector according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
[0033]
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing the overall configuration of the connector of the present invention. FIG. 2 is an exploded side view of the connector plug according to the connector of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is an exploded side view of the connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
[0034]
As shown in FIG. 1, the connector 1 of the present invention includes a connector plug 10 and a connector socket 100 that accommodates the connector plug 10.
[0035]
4 to 6 are a top view, a front view, and a right side view of the connector plug of the connector of the present invention. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG.
[0036]
As shown in FIGS. 2 and 4 to 6, the connector plug 10 includes a plug-side insulating housing 11 formed of an insulating material such as a resin covering the outer periphery of the connector plug 10, and the plug-side insulating housing 11. A plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 provided inside, and a plug-side contact component holding member 50 provided inside the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 are provided.
[0037]
As shown in FIG. 2, the plug-side insulating housing 11 includes two members including a front member 12 and a rear member 16.
[0038]
FIG. 8 is a front view of the front member of the connector-side insulating housing according to the connector plug.
[0039]
As shown in FIG. 8, the front member 12 has a projecting opening 13 for projecting a front end of a plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 described later. The upper edge portion of the projecting port 13, which will be described later, is provided on the upper surface portion 22 of the upper member 21 of the plug side electromagnetic shield 20 when the plug side electromagnetic shield 20 is inserted through the projecting port 13. In order to allow the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 to be inserted, a plurality of erroneous insertion prevention key insertion portions 14 are provided.
In the present embodiment, by arranging a plurality of the erroneous insertion prevention key insertion portions 14 at the upper edge portion of the protruding port 13, the arrangement of the erroneous insertion prevention keys 23 of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 described in detail later (FIG. 15 (a) to (d)), the front member 12 having the same shape can be used.
[0040]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 8, on the left and right side surfaces of the front member 12, pressing pieces 15 for pressing lock claws 47, 47 respectively provided on the left and right side surfaces of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 described later. , 15 are provided. As shown in FIG. 6, the front end portion, the upper end portion, and the lower end portion of the pressing pieces 15, 15 are spaced apart from the front member 12 by a substantially U-shaped gap 17. Further, the rear end portion is formed integrally and continuously with the front member 12, and the front end portions of the pressing pieces 15, 15 are configured to be deformable in the left-right direction with the rear end portion as a center. The front end portions of the pressing pieces 15 and 15 protrude in the left-right direction from the side surface of the front member 12, and the front ends of the pressing pieces 15 and 15 are pressed by fingers from the left and right directions. The locking pieces 46 and 46 of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 to be described later that are in contact with the portion can be pressed together with the pressing pieces 15 and 15.
[0041]
The plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 is provided to shield the influence of external noise such as an external electric field and an external magnetic field on the cable provided in the connector plug 10. As shown in FIG. The connector plug 10 includes an upper member 21 that covers an upper surface and a front surface of the connector plug 10 and a lower member 40 that mainly covers a rear surface and a lower surface of the connector plug 10.
[0042]
9 to 11 are a top view, a front view, and a right side view of the upper member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention. FIGS. 15A to 15D are front views showing examples of the arrangement of erroneous insertion prevention keys provided on the upper member.
[0043]
The upper member 21 includes an upper surface portion 22, a top plate portion 25, a front surface portion 26 connecting the rear end of the upper surface portion 22 and the front end of the top plate portion 25, and a left surface portion positioned at both left and right ends of the upper surface portion 22. 27, a right surface portion 28, a side plate portion 29 positioned at the right end of the front surface portion 26, and a cable fixing portion 30 positioned at the left end of the top plate portion 25.
[0044]
As shown in FIGS. 9 to 11, the connector plug 10 is erroneously inserted into the connector socket 100 in the upside down direction at the front portion of the upper surface portion 22, or another connector socket other than the connector socket 100. In order to prevent accidental insertion, two erroneous insertion prevention keys 23 are provided. The erroneous insertion prevention key 23 is provided by machining and deforming a part of the upper surface portion 22, and is formed so that the cross-section is substantially semicircular.
[0045]
Further, as shown in FIG. 10, the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 is provided at a position corresponding to a position of a key guide portion 145 (see FIG. 41) provided on a socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 described later. As shown in FIG. 11, the protrusion height D of the insertion prevention key 23 from the upper surface of the upper surface portion 22 is equal to or less than the thickness d (see FIG. 42) of the metal plate material used for the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 described later. It is formed to become.
[0046]
Then, by forming the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 and the socket side electromagnetic shield 140 with such dimensions, the upper end portion of the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 is positioned above the socket side electromagnetic shield 140. The key guide portion 145 can be smoothly moved without contacting the upper surface portion 102 of the insulating housing 101.
[0047]
As described above, in the connector 1 of this embodiment, the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 is provided with the erroneous insertion prevention key 23, the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is provided with the key guide portion 145, and the contact surfaces of both are made of metal. Therefore, the contact surface is resistant to wear and deformation, and even when the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 is formed in a small size, sufficient strength is ensured.
[0048]
Therefore, in the connector 1 of the present invention, the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 can be arranged in various ways as shown in FIGS. 15 (a) to 15 (d) depending on the type of application, whereby a plurality of connectors 1 can be arranged. It can be used properly.
[0049]
In addition, the shape and the formation method of the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 of this embodiment are examples, and it cannot be overemphasized that it forms with another shape and another formation method.
[0050]
As shown in FIGS. 9 to 11, a protrusion length defining portion 24 is provided at the rear portion of the upper surface portion 22. When the upper member 21 is inserted into the protruding port 13 of the plug-side insulating housing 11, the front surface of the protruding length defining portion 24 comes into contact with the rear surface of the front member 12 of the plug-side insulating housing 11, The upper member 21 has a function of defining the protruding length.
[0051]
12 to 14 are a top view, a front view, and a right side view of a lower member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
[0052]
As shown in FIGS. 12 to 14, the lower member 40 is composed of a lower surface portion 41, a rear surface portion 43, a left surface portion 44, and a right surface portion 45. The left surface portion 44 and the right surface portion 45 are located at the left and right ends of the lower surface portion 41 and the rear surface portion 43, respectively.
[0053]
As shown in FIGS. 12 to 14, the lower surface portion 41 includes a projecting length defining portion 42 at substantially the center thereof. The protruding length defining portion 42 is similar to the protruding length defining portion 24 provided on the upper surface portion 22 of the upper member 21 when the lower member 40 is inserted into the protruding port 13 of the plug-side insulating housing 11. In addition, the front surface thereof abuts on the rear surface of the front member 12 of the plug-side insulating housing 11 and has a function of defining the protruding length of the lower member 40 from the protruding port 13 of the front member 12.
[0054]
As shown in FIGS. 12 to 14, the left surface portion 44 and the right surface portion 45 include lock pieces 46 and 46 whose rear end portions are formed integrally with the left surface portion 44 and the right surface portion 45, respectively. ing. The lock pieces 46, 46 have lock claws 47, 47 that engage with lock hole portions 149, 149 provided in a socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 described later at the front end thereof. The connector plug 10 is locked to the connector socket 100 by the engagement of the lock claws 47 and 47 and the lock holes 149 and 149.
[0055]
Further, the lock pieces 46, 46 are configured to be pressed substantially at the center in the longitudinal direction by the press pieces 15, 15 provided on the left and right side surfaces of the plug-side insulating housing 11, and at that time, The lock pieces 46, 46 are elastically deformed inward in the left-right direction. Then, the engagement between the lock claws 47 and 47 and the lock holes 149 and 149 is released by the pressing of the pressing pieces 15 and 15, and the connector plug 10 is detached from the connector socket 100.
[0056]
16 to 19 are a top view, a bottom view, a front view, a right side view, and a rear view of a contact component holding member according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention. FIG. 20 is a sectional view taken along line BB in FIG.
[0057]
The plug-side contact component holding member 50 is formed of an insulating material such as resin, and as shown in FIGS. 16 to 19, an upper surface portion 51, a lower surface portion 59, a right surface portion 52, a left surface portion 53, and a rear surface portion. The surface facing the rear surface portion 54 is an opening 56.
[0058]
As shown in FIG. 19, the rear surface portion 54 is provided with insertion holes 55 through which a plurality of plug-side contact components 70, which will be described later in detail, are inserted along the upper surface portion 51 and the lower surface portion 59. .
[0059]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 19 and 20, a substantially groove-shaped contact component holding portion 60 that holds the plug-side contact component 70 is disposed on the inner wall surfaces of the upper surface portion 51 and the lower surface portion 59. Yes.
[0060]
Also, a pair of tip protrusions 83, 83 provided on the plug-side contact component 70, which will be described in detail later, are supported near the front ends of the upper surface portion 51 and the lower surface portion 59 of the plug-side contact component holding member 50. Therefore, as shown in FIG. 20, a tip holding portion 57 that extends from the front to the rear of the plug-side contact component holding member 50 is provided. The tip holding portion 57 is positioned between a pair of tip protrusions 83, 83 provided on the plug-side contact component 70 described later (see FIG. 7), and restricts the vertical movement of the tip protrusion 83. It has a function.
[0061]
Further, the plug-side contact component holding member 50 has a longitudinally central portion of the upper surface portion 51 and the lower surface portion 59 in the longitudinal direction of the plug-side contact component 70, as shown in FIGS. An engagement hole 58 is provided for restriction. The engagement hole 58 engages with an engagement protrusion 76 provided on the plug-side contact component 70 described later. Then, the plug-side contact component holding member 50 is inserted after the plug-side contact component 70 is inserted into the plug-side contact component holding portion 60 due to the engagement between the engagement protrusion 76 and the engagement hole 58. The plug-side contact component 70 is prevented from being removed.
[0062]
FIG. 21 is a perspective view of a plug-side contact component according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 22 is an enlarged perspective view of the vicinity of the protruding edge in FIG. 23 and 24 are a top view and a left side view of the plug-side contact component, and FIG. 25 is a front view of a contact portion of the plug-side contact component. FIG. 26 (a) is a development view of the plug-side contact component, and FIG. 26 (b) is a modification thereof.
[0063]
The plug-side contact component 70 is formed by further bending a material obtained by punching a conductive plate material such as a copper alloy into a shape as shown in FIG. 26, as shown in FIGS. As shown, the distal end side has a contact portion 71 and the proximal end side has a conductor fixing portion 91.
[0064]
The contact portion 71 serves as an electrical contact provided on the connector socket 100 that is the counterpart of the plug-side contact component 70, that is, a contact with the socket-side contact component 120. The conducting wire fixing portion 91 fixes the conducting wire connected to the plug-side contact component 70. The structure of the conductor fixing portion 91 is the same as the structure of the conductor connecting portion 217 of the conventional contact parts 215a and 215b shown in FIGS.
[0065]
The contact portion 71 is formed in a substantially rectangular tube shape as shown in FIG. 21, and includes four surfaces forming a substantially rectangular plane, that is, an upper surface portion 72, a right surface portion 77, a left surface portion 80, and a lower surface portion 75. It is configured. The contact portion 71 includes a first bent portion 88, a second bent portion 89, and a third bent portion 90 that are bent in the same direction so that two adjacent surfaces are substantially perpendicular. Have.
[0066]
As shown in FIG. 21 and FIGS. 24 to 26, the upper surface portion 72 and the lower surface portion 75 have a pair of tip protrusions 83 and 83 at their tips. Then, after the plug-side contact component 70 is attached to the plug-side contact component holding member 50, the plug-side contact component holding member 50 is interposed between the pair of tip protrusions 83, 83 as shown in FIG. The front end holding portion 57 is located, and the engagement of these ends restricts the vertical movement of the front end of the plug-side contact component 70.
[0067]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 22 and 26, a cutout portion 84 is provided between the left end portion of the upper surface portion 72, that is, between the upper surface portion 72 and the left surface portion 80.
[0068]
The cut-out portion 84 has a function of expanding the area of the contact surface with the socket-side contact component 120 that is a counterpart that contacts the upper surface portion 72. That is, as shown in FIG. 26A, the cut-out portion 84 includes one long side portion 85 formed of a substantially linear slit, and the long side portion 85 from both longitudinal ends of the long side portion 85. Is formed in a substantially “U” shape including two short side portions 86, 86 extending substantially perpendicular to each other and extending to one side of the long side portion 85. Further, the cutout portion 84 is provided so as to be aligned substantially on a straight line with the first bent portion 88.
[0069]
And when the said 1st bending part 88 is formed, while the part of the said 1st bending part 88 becomes the shape curved downward by bending, the edge by the side of the said upper surface part 72 of this cutout part 84 The portion protrudes without bending and forms a protruding edge 73. The upper surface of the protruding edge portion 73 and the upper surface of the upper surface portion 72 continuous with the upper surface of the protruding edge portion 73 form a flat surface, and the contact surface 79 of the upper surface portion 72 is formed.
[0070]
Therefore, as shown in FIG. 21, the contact surface 79 of the contact portion 71 of the plug-side contact component 70 of the present embodiment has the cutout portion 84 positioned on the left side thereof and is formed on the right side during cutting. Since the cut surface 74 is positioned, most of both side portions thereof become a continuous plane except for the portion of the first bent portion 88. The back surface of the right end portion of the upper surface portion 72 is in contact with the end surface 78 of the right surface portion 77.
[0071]
As described above, the plug-side contact component 70 according to the connector 1 of the present invention has a metal plate material formed in a rectangular tube shape, so that sufficient strength can be ensured even when a thin metal plate material is used. Further, the plug-side contact component 70 has a continuous flat surface in which both side portions of the contact surface 79 do not have a bent portion, and therefore, a conventional cylinder having the same outer shape in which both side portions are bent portions. A larger contact surface than the plug-side contact component 215 of the mold is obtained.
[0072]
In this embodiment, as shown in FIG. 21, a cutout 84 is provided on one side (left side) of the contact surface 79, and the cut surface 74 is located on the other side (right side). Although it comprises, it is not restricted to this embodiment, It is also possible to provide a cut-out part in the both sides of a contact surface. Even when such a structure is used, it is possible to enjoy the advantages of the connector of the present invention.
[0073]
In the present embodiment, the plug-side contact component 70 is used as a contact component for a connector plug. However, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment, and it is of course possible to use it as a contact component for a connector socket.
[0074]
As shown in FIG. 21, the left surface portion 80 has an upper side portion that is continuous with the upper surface portion 72 through the first bent portion 88, on the lower side. The portion is continuous with the lower surface portion 75 through the second bent portion 89.
[0075]
Further, the left surface portion 80 has an end surface 81 formed by the cutout portion 84 as shown in FIGS. 22, 24, and 26. The end surface 81 comes into contact with the back surface of the projecting edge 73 when the projecting edge 73 is deformed downward by an external force, that is, toward the end surface 81 of the left surface 80. And the downward deformation | transformation of the said protrusion edge part 73 is controlled.
[0076]
As shown in FIGS. 21 and 25, the lower surface portion 75 has a right side portion continuous with the left surface portion 80 via the second bent portion 89, and a left side portion thereof which is the third bent portion. 90 is continuous with the right surface portion 77.
[0077]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 24 and 25, the lower surface portion 75 is engaged with the engagement hole portion 58 of the contact component holding portion 60 of the plug-side contact component holding member 50 at a substantially central portion in the longitudinal direction thereof. In addition, an engagement protrusion 76 that prevents the plug-side contact component 70 from being detached from the plug-side contact component holding member 50 is provided. Further, as shown in FIGS. 24, 25 and 26, the plug-side contact component 70 is connected to the plug-side contact component holding member at the tip of the lower surface portion 75, as in the tip of the upper surface portion 72. After being attached to 50, a tip protrusion 83 for restricting the vertical movement of the tip of the plug-side contact component 70 is provided.
[0078]
The lower side portion of the right surface portion 77 is continuous with the lower surface portion 75 via the third bent portion 90. Further, as shown in FIG. 23, a part of the outer periphery of the metal plate material used for the plug-side contact component 70, that is, a cut surface 82 is located on the upper side portion of the right surface portion 77. . As shown in FIG. 23, the cut surface 82 comes into contact with the back surface of the upper surface portion 72 near the left end portion.
[0079]
In the present embodiment, the cutout portion 84 is formed in a substantially U shape as shown in FIG. 26A. However, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment, and the cutout portion 84 is substantially “H”. 26 ", that is, as shown in FIG. 26 (b), one long side 85 and the long side 85 are substantially perpendicular to the long side 85 from both longitudinal ends thereof and the long side A shape including two short side portions 86 extending on both sides of the portion 85 is also possible. Even in such a shape, the same advantage as the cutout portion of the present embodiment can be obtained.
[0080]
27 to 30 are a top view, a left side view, a front view, and a rear view of a connector socket according to the connector of the present invention. FIG. 31 is a sectional view taken along line CC in FIG.
[0081]
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 27 to 30, the connector socket 100 includes a socket-side insulating housing 101 formed of an insulating material such as a resin covering the outer periphery of the connector socket 100, and the socket-side insulating housing 101. It has a socket side electromagnetic shield 140 provided inside.
[0082]
32 to 35 are a top view, a bottom view, a front view, and a rear view of a socket-side insulating housing according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention. 36 and 37 are a sectional view taken along line DD and a sectional view taken along line EE in FIG.
[0083]
The socket-side insulating housing 101 is made of an insulating material such as resin, and as shown in FIGS. 32 to 37, the socket-side insulating housing 101 is substantially composed of an upper surface portion 102, a lower surface portion 103, a right surface portion 104, a left surface portion 105, and a rear surface portion 106. It is formed in a box shape. Further, the space surrounded by these five surfaces serves as an accommodating portion 107 that accommodates the mating connector plug 10. Further, a socket-side contact component holding member 108 for holding a socket-side contact component 120 described later is integrally formed on the rear surface portion 106. A surface facing the rear surface portion 106 is an opening 109 that connects the housing portion 107 to the outside.
[0084]
As shown in FIGS. 34, 36, and 37, the upper surface portion 102 is located at the upper portion of the connector socket 100. From the left and right side portions of the upper surface portion 102, the left surface portion 105 and the right surface portion. 104 is formed continuously at a substantially right angle to the upper surface portion 102.
[0085]
As shown in FIGS. 34, 36, and 37, the lower surface portion 103 is located at the lower portion of the connector socket 100. When the connector 1 is attached to a board or the like, the lower surface portion 103 is Is provided so as to face a mounting surface such as a substrate. 33, as shown in FIG. 33, the front and rear direction of the connector socket 100, that is, the direction in which the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is displaced when the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is attached, as shown in FIG. A slit 114 formed substantially in parallel is provided. The slit 114 serves as a through-hole for projecting a wing portion 150 (described later) provided on the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 downward from the lower surface of the socket-side insulating housing 101. Further, as shown in FIGS. 34, 33 and 37, these slits 114 have an open end at the opening 109 side, and a wing of a socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 described later from the open end. The part 150 can be inserted.
[0086]
As shown in FIGS. 35 and 31, the rear surface portion 106 includes a plurality of socket-side contact component holding portions 112 that penetrates the socket-side insulating housing 101 in the front-rear direction. Note that a socket side contact component 120, which will be described in detail later, is inserted into and fixed to the socket side contact component holding portion 112.
[0087]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 36 and 37, an upper surface portion 141 and a left surface portion 144 of a socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 described later are provided between the rear surface portion 106 and the upper surface portion 102, the left surface portion 105, and the right surface portion 104. In addition, fitting recesses 110a and 110b that are fitted to fitting protrusions 147a and 147b provided at the respective rear ends of the right surface portion 143 are provided.
[0088]
A plurality of engaging portions 111 that are engaged with a board connecting portion 122 of a socket-side contact component 120 described later are arranged along the longitudinal direction of the rear surface portion 106 at the lower rear portion of the rear surface portion 106.
[0089]
As shown in FIGS. 34, 36 and 37, the socket-side contact component holding member 108 is integrally formed at a substantially central portion of the front surface of the rear surface portion 106, and in front of the socket-side insulating housing 101. It extends towards.
[0090]
As shown in FIGS. 34 and 36, the socket-side contact component holding member 108 has a substantially groove-shaped contact component holding portion 112 extending in the front-rear direction of the connector socket 100 on its upper and lower surfaces. The contact component holding portions 112 are arranged in parallel on the upper and lower surfaces of the socket-side contact component holding member 108 so that the distance between the adjacent contact component holding portions 112 in the left-right direction is substantially constant. . In addition, a hole 113 that engages with the tip of the socket-side contact component 120 is provided on the front surface of the socket-side contact component holding portion 112.
[0091]
In the present embodiment, the slit 114 is provided in the lower surface portion 103 of the socket-side insulating housing 101. However, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment, and the slit 114 may be an outer wall surface of the socket-side insulating housing 101, That is, it may be provided on any one of the upper surface portion 141, the lower surface portion 142, the left surface portion 144, and the right surface portion 143.
[0092]
FIG. 38 is a development view of the socket-side contact component relating to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention. FIGS. 39 (a) and 39 (b) are left side views of the upper contact part and the lower contact part of the socket side contact part according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention, respectively.
[0093]
As shown in FIGS. 38 to 39B, the socket-side contact component 120 includes a wide terminal contact portion 121 that contacts the plug-side contact component 70 that is the counterpart of the socket-side contact component 120, and the terminal contact. Formed from a metal plate material having a narrow board connecting portion 122 connected to a circuit pattern or the like on the board when the connector socket 100 is attached to the board. Is done.
[0094]
The socket-side contact component 120 is used as two types of contact components, ie, an upper contact component 125 and a lower contact component 126, by subjecting the metal plate material having the above-described shape to two bending processes.
[0095]
That is, each terminal contact portion 121 of the upper contact component 125 and the lower contact component 126 has a first bent portion 127 and a first bent portion in order from the front end side, as shown in FIGS. 39 (a) and 39 (b). A second bent portion 128 and a third bent portion 129 are formed. In addition, contact with the plug-side contact component 70 which is the counterpart in the vicinity of the second bent portion 128 is achieved.
[0096]
On the other hand, in the vicinity of the stepped portion 123 of the terminal contact portion 121, the upper contact component 125 and the lower contact component 126 have different positions and bending directions in order to define the extending direction of the substrate connecting portion 122. A bent portion 130 is provided. That is, the main bent portion 130a of the upper contact component 125 is formed at the position A in FIG. 38, and the main bent portion 130b of the lower contact component 126 is formed at the position B in FIG. A distance L1 (see FIG. 39A) from the tip of the terminal contact portion 121 of the upper contact component 125 to the main bent portion 130a is from the tip of the terminal contact portion 121 of the lower contact component 126 to the main bent portion. It is longer than the distance L2 (see FIG. 39B) up to 130b. When the tip of the terminal contact portion 121 of each socket side contact component is attached to the socket side contact component holding member 108, as shown in FIG. 31, the main bent portion 130a of the upper contact component 125 is The main bent part 130a of the upper contact part 125 and the main bent part of the lower contact part 126 are located behind the main bent part 130b of the lower contact part 126, that is, outside the connector socket 100. The portion 130b is not arranged on one surface as in the conventional structure described above, but is arranged on two surfaces that are in a positional relationship shifted in the thickness direction of the terminal contact portion 121. . Then, by arranging these contact parts in such an arrangement, both of the main bent portions 130a and 130b can be formed wide as shown in FIG. 30, whereby each main bent portion can be formed. It is possible to increase the strength of 130a and 130b.
[0097]
Further, as shown in FIG. 39A, the main bent portion 130a of the upper contact component 125 is in the same direction as the second bent portion 128, and the main bent portion 130b of the lower contact component 126 is 39 (b), it is bent in the direction opposite to the second bent portion 128. As shown in FIG.
[0098]
Further, the bending angle of the main bent portions 130a and 130b, that is, the angle formed by the terminal contact portion 121 and the board connecting portion 122, attaches the socket side contact component 120 to the socket side contact component holding member 108. Before mounting, the board connecting portion 122 and the lower portion of the connector socket 100, that is, the engaging portion 111 are contacted as shown in FIGS. 39 (a) and 39 (b). It is preferable that the angle is set to be substantially a right angle by elastic deformation due to contact. And by setting it as such a structure, the said board | substrate connection part 122 will be in the state always urged | biased by the said engagement part 111 side, and this board | substrate connection part 122 is reliably removed without detaching | leave from the said engagement part 111. It is designed to be positioned.
[0099]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 31, 39a, and 39b, the upper contact component 125 and the lower contact component 126 are located slightly below the engaging portion 111 of the socket side insulating housing 101, and are connected to the board. Lower bent portions 131a and 131b for defining the extending direction of the portion 122 are provided. Each of the lower bent portions 131a and 131b is provided by being bent at a substantially right angle in a direction opposite to the main bent portions 130a and 130b. The lower bent portion 131a of the upper contact component 125 and the lower bent portion 131b of the lower contact component 126 are arranged in a line in the left-right direction of the connector socket 100 in the same manner as the multipolar connector 200 having the conventional structure described above. It is formed as follows.
As described above, the connector of the present invention has a structure in which the lower bent portion 131a of the upper contact component 125 and the lower bent portion 131b of the lower contact component 126 are aligned in the left-right direction of the connector socket 100. Therefore, after these contact parts 125 and 126 are attached to the socket side contact part holding member 108, the lower bent part 131a of the upper contact part 125 and the lower bent part 131b of the lower contact part 126 are formed. They can be formed simultaneously in one process.
[0100]
As shown in FIG. 31 and FIG. 39 (b), the lower contact component 126 is adjusted for the difference in position in the front-rear direction in the main bent portions 130a and 130b, and the substrate connection of both contact components 125 and 126 is performed. Two sub-folded portions 132a and 132b are provided so that the tips on the side of the portion 122 are arranged in a line.
[0101]
As shown in the lower part of FIGS. 31 and 39, the sub-folded portions 132a and 132b are provided at substantially the center of the board connecting portion 122, and the sub-folded portions adjacent to the main bent portion 130a. The bending direction of 132a is opposite to that of the main bending portion 130b, and the bending direction of the sub-folding portion 132b located on the distal end side of the board connecting portion 122 is the same direction as that of the main bending portion 130b. Yes.
[0102]
The sub-folded portions 132a and 132b are formed such that the angle formed by two surfaces sandwiching the sub-folded portions 132a and 132b is an obtuse angle. By using such a structure, the strength against external force is higher than when each sub-folded portion 132 is bent at an acute angle or a right angle.
[0103]
Further, in the vicinity of the stepped portion 123 of the terminal contact portion 121, it engages with the side surface of the contact component holding portion 112 of the socket side contact component holding member 108 of the socket side insulating housing 101, and the socket side contact component A saw blade-shaped flange 133 is provided to prevent the 120 from coming off.
[0104]
40 to 43 are a top view, a front view, a left side view, and a bottom view of the socket-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector of the present invention. FIGS. 44A to 44D are front views showing examples of the arrangement of key guide portions provided on the socket side electromagnetic shield.
[0105]
The socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is formed of a metal plate, and is formed in a substantially rectangular tube shape including an upper surface portion 141, a lower surface portion 142, a right surface portion 143, and a left surface portion 144, as shown in FIGS. .
[0106]
As shown in FIGS. 40 and 41, the upper surface portion 141 has two key guide portions 145 extending in the front-rear direction of the connector socket 100. The key guide portion 145 engages with an erroneous insertion prevention key 23 provided on the upper member 21 of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 of the connector plug 10 and has a function of guiding the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 in the front-rear direction. is doing. That is, the key guide portion 145 is a slit-like through hole extending in the front-rear direction of the connector socket 100, and a pair of substantially parallel edge portions 146, 146 of the key guide portions 145 are the connector socket 100. Is formed so as to be substantially parallel to the displacement direction of the connector plug 10 which is the counterpart to be inserted into the connector socket 100. The erroneous insertion prevention key 23 engaged with the key guide portion 145 can move smoothly inside the key guide portion 145.
[0107]
Further, the thickness d of the metal plate used for the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 shown in FIG. 42 is equal to the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 provided on the upper surface portion 22 of the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20 as described above. The projection insertion height D from the upper surface portion 22 (see FIG. 11) is larger than the above-described erroneous insertion prevention key 23 moving in the key guide portion 145 above the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140. The erroneous insertion prevention key 23 can move smoothly in the key guide portion 145 without contacting the upper surface portion 102 of the socket-side insulating housing 101 that is positioned.
[0108]
The key guide portion 145 has various arrangements as shown in FIGS. 44A to 44D in accordance with the arrangement of the erroneous insertion prevention key 23 (see FIGS. 15A to 15D). It is possible.
[0109]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 40 and 42, two fitting projections 147 and 147 for fixing the socket side electromagnetic shield 140 to the socket side insulating housing 101 are provided at the rear end of the upper surface portion 141, as shown in FIGS. Is provided. As shown in FIG. 40, these fitting convex portions 147 and 147 have saw-toothed flange portions 148a at both left and right ends, and the fitting convex portion 147a and the socket-side insulating housing 101 are fitted together. After the recess 110 is fitted, the end of the flange 148 is hooked on the left and right side surfaces of the fitting recess 110 so that the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 cannot be removed from the socket-side insulating housing 101.
[0110]
As shown in FIG. 41, each of the left surface portion 144 and the right surface portion 143 is formed substantially perpendicular to the upper surface portion 141, and engages with the lock claw 47 provided on the plug-side electromagnetic shield 20. A lock hole portion 149 to be combined is provided at the substantially center in the front-rear direction.
[0111]
Further, at the rear ends of the left surface portion 144 and the right surface portion 143, as shown in FIGS. 40 and 42, a fitting convex portion 147b having a function equivalent to the fitting convex portion 147a provided on the upper surface portion 141 is provided. Is provided. That is, these fitting convex portions 147b have a saw blade-like collar portion 148b, similar to the fitting convex portion 147a provided on the upper surface portion 141. The socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is prevented from being detached from the socket-side insulating housing 101 by fitting the flange 148b with the upper and lower surfaces of the fitting recess 110b provided in the socket-side insulating housing 101. ing.
[0112]
Further, as shown in FIGS. 41 to 43, conductive patterns provided on the mounting surfaces of the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 and the board to which the connector socket 100 is attached are provided at the lower ends of the left surface portion 144 and the right surface portion 143. A wing portion 150 is provided as a ground connection leg for electrically connecting a ground connection portion such as the above.
[0113]
That is, as shown in FIG. 41, two wing portions 150 are provided at the lower end portions of the left surface portion 144 and the right surface portion 143, respectively. A vertical portion 151 that is a surface continuous with the left surface portion 144 and the right surface portion 143 and a lower portion of the vertical portion 151 are bent substantially vertically, and extend outward in the left-right direction of the connector socket 100. It has a horizontal portion 152 that protrudes, and is formed so that its longitudinal section is substantially L-shaped.
[0114]
The vertical portion 151 engages with a slit 114 provided in the socket-side insulating housing 101 when the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is attached to the socket-side insulating housing 101. Further, the horizontal portion 152 is located below the left surface portion 105 and the right surface portion 104 of the socket-side insulating housing 101 when the vertical portion 151 is engaged with the slit 114, as shown in FIGS. To position.
[0115]
As described above, in the connector 1 of the present embodiment, the wing 150 provided on the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 is projected from the slit 114 provided on the lower surface 142 of the socket-side insulating housing 101, Since the lower surface is covered with the socket-side insulating housing 101, the lower surface of the socket-side electromagnetic shield 140 and the conductive pattern provided on the mounting substrate come into contact with each other, and the conductive pattern provided on the substrate is short-circuited. There is no fear.
[0116]
In the present embodiment, the key guide portion 145 is formed in a slit shape. However, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment, and the key guide portion may be formed in a groove shape.
Even in the case of such a structure, it is possible to enjoy the same advantages as those of the present embodiment.
[0117]
Finally, it is needless to say that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various changes and improvements can be made within the scope described in the claims.
[0118]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, the connector according to this embodiment is provided with a key for preventing erroneous insertion on the plug-side electromagnetic shield and a key guide portion on the socket-side electromagnetic shield, and the contact surfaces of both are made of metal. The surface is resistant to wear and deformation, and even when the erroneous insertion prevention key is formed in a small size, sufficient strength is ensured.
[0119]
Therefore, according to the connector of the present invention, the erroneous insertion prevention key can be arranged in various ways according to the type of use, thereby enabling a plurality of connectors to be used properly.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing an overall configuration of a connector according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is an exploded side view of a connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 3 is an exploded side view of a connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 4 is a top view of a connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 5 is a front view of a connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 6 is a right side view of a connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
7 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG.
FIG. 8 is a front view of the front member of the connector side insulating housing according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 9 is a top view of the upper member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield relating to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 10 is a front view of the upper member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield relating to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 11 is a right side view of the upper member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield relating to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 12 is a top view of the lower member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 13 is a front view of a lower member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 14 is a right side view of a lower member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
15 (a) to 15 (d) are front views showing examples of the arrangement of erroneous insertion prevention keys provided on the upper member of the plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug of the connector according to the present invention, respectively.
FIG. 16 is a top view of a contact component holding member according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 17 is a front view of a contact component holding member according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 18 is a right side view of a contact component holding member according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 19 is a rear view of the contact component holding member according to the connector plug of the connector of the present invention.
20 is a cross-sectional view taken along line BB in FIG.
FIG. 21 is a perspective view of a plug-side contact component attached to a connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
22 is an enlarged view of the vicinity of the protruding edge in FIG. 21. FIG.
FIG. 23 is a top view of the plug-side contact component attached to the connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 24 is a left side view of the contact portion of the plug-side contact component attached to the connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 25 is a front view of the plug-side contact component attached to the connector plug according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 26 (a) is a development view of a plug-side contact component attached to the connector plug according to the connector of the present invention, and FIG. 26 (b) is a modification thereof.
FIG. 27 is a top view of the connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 28 is a left side view of the connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 29 is a front view of a connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 30 is a rear view of the connector socket according to the connector of the present invention.
31 is a sectional view taken along line CC in FIG. 27. FIG.
FIG. 32 is a top view of the socket-side insulating housing according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 33 is a bottom view of the socket-side insulating housing according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 34 is a front view of the socket-side insulating housing according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 35 is a rear view of the socket-side insulating housing according to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention.
36 is a sectional view taken along line DD in FIG. 32. FIG.
37 is a sectional view taken along line EE in FIG. 32. FIG.
FIG. 38 is a development view of the socket-side contact component relating to the connector socket of the connector of the present invention.
FIGS. 39 (a) and 39 (b) are side views of an upper contact part and a lower contact part of a socket side contact part according to a connector socket of a connector of the present invention, respectively.
40 is a top view of the socket-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector of the present invention. FIG.
41 is a front view of a socket-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector of the present invention. FIG.
FIG. 42 is a left side view of the socket-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector of the present invention.
FIG. 43 is a bottom view of the socket-side electromagnetic shield according to the connector of the present invention.
44 (a) to 44 (d) are front views showing examples of the arrangement of key guide portions provided on the socket-side electromagnetic shield of the connector socket of the connector according to the present invention, respectively.
FIG. 45 is an exploded perspective view of a connector plug and a connector socket of a conventional multipolar connector.
FIG. 46 is a longitudinal sectional view of a connector plug and a connector socket of a conventional multipolar connector.
47 (a) and 47 (b) are a top view and a right side view showing an example of the structure of a plug-side contact part of a conventional multipolar connector, and FIG. 47 (c) shows the plug side. It is a front view of the contact part of a contact component.
48 (a) and 48 (b) are a top view and a right side view showing another example of the structure of the plug-side contact part of the conventional multipolar connector, and FIG. It is a front view of the contact part of a plug side contact component.
[Explanation of symbols]
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Connector 10 Connector plug 11 Plug side insulating housing 12 Front surface member 13 Protrusion port 14 Incorrect insertion prevention key insertion part 15 Pressing piece 16 Rear surface member 17 Gap 20 Plug side electromagnetic shield 21 Upper member 22 Upper surface part 23 Incorrect insertion prevention key 24 Protrusion length Specified portion 25 Top plate portion 26 Front surface portion 27 Left surface portion 28 Right surface portion 29 Side plate portion 30 Cable fixing portion 40 Lower member 41 Lower surface portion 42 Projection length defining portion 43 Rear surface portion 44 Left surface portion 45 Right surface portion 46 Lock piece 47 Lock claw 50 Plug side contact component holding member 51 Upper surface portion 52 Right surface portion 53 Left surface portion 54 Rear surface portion 55 Insertion hole 56 Opening 57 Tip holding portion 58 Engagement hole portion 59 Lower surface portion 60 Contact component holding portion 70 Plug side contact component 71 Contact portion 72 Upper surface Portion 73 Projection edge 74 Cutting surface 75 Lower surface 76 Engagement projection 77 Right surface 78 End surface 79 Contact surface 80 Left surface portion 81 End surface 82 End surface 83 Tip projecting portion 84 Cutout portion 85 Long side portion 86 Short side portion 88 First bent portion 89 Second bent portion 90 Third bent portion 91 Conductive wire fixing portion 100 Connector socket 101 Socket side insulating housing 102 Upper surface portion 103 Lower surface portion 104 Right surface portion 105 Left surface portion 106 Rear surface portion 107 Receiving portion 108 Socket side contact component holding member 109 Opening 110 Fitting recess 111 Engaging portion 112 Contact component holding portion 113 Hole 114 Slit 120 Socket Side contact part 121 Terminal contact part 122 Board connection part 123 Step part 125 Upper contact part 126 Lower contact part 127 First bent part 128 Second bent part 129 Third bent part 130 Main bent part 131 Lower bent part Part 132 Subfolding part 133 Hook part 140 Socket side electromagnetic shield 141 Top Portion 142 lower surface portion 143 right surface portion 144 left surface portion 145 key guide portion 146 edge portion 147a, b fitting convex portion 148a, b flange portion 149 lock hole portion 150 wing portion 151 vertical portion 152 horizontal portion 200 multipolar connector 201 connector plug 202 Plug-side insulating housing 203 Plug-side electromagnetic shield 204 Cover 205 Incorrect insertion prevention convex portion 210 Connector socket 211 Socket-side insulating housing 212 Socket-side electromagnetic shield 213 Incorrect insertion prevention concave portion 214 Contact component holding member 215a, b Plug-side contact component 216 Upper surface 217 Conductor connection part 218a, b Contact part 220 Socket side contact part 221a Upper contact part 221b Lower contact part 223a, b Contact part 224a, b Substrate connection part 225a, b Bent part

Claims (4)

  1. A connector having a connector socket and a connector plug connected to the connector socket,
    The connector socket includes a plurality of socket side contact components, a socket side contact component holding member that holds the plurality of socket side contact components , and the socket side contact component holding member that holds the plurality of socket side contact components. A socket-side insulating housing provided on the socket-side, and a socket-side electromagnetic shield that is located inside the socket-side insulating housing and located outside the socket-side contact component holding member, and is made of a rectangular metal plate. Have
    The connector plug includes a plurality of plug-side contact components that are connected to the plurality of socket-side contact components and a plug-side contact component that holds the plurality of plug-side contact components when the connector plug is connected to the connector socket. A holding member; a plug-side insulating housing in which the plug-side contact holding member holding the plurality of plug-side contact components is provided ; and the plug-side insulating component inside the plug-side insulating housing; A plug-side electromagnetic shield made of a rectangular metal plate, and the plug-side electromagnetic shield is connected to the socket-side electromagnetic when the connector plug is connected to the connector socket. Located inside the shield,
    The plug-side electromagnetic shield of the connector plug has a convex portion formed by deforming a part of its upper surface outward, and the connector socket has an upper surface of the socket-side electromagnetic shield of the connector socket. When connecting the connector plug to, a recess is formed that engages with the projection formed on the plug-side electromagnetic shield,
    The connector plug has a projecting opening for projecting the plug-side electromagnetic shield on a side connected to the connector socket of the plug-side insulating housing, and the plug-side electromagnetic shield is a side connected to the connector socket. It is designed to be inserted into the protruding port from the opposite side,
    A plurality of convex portion insertion portions through which the convex portions formed on the upper surface of the plug-side electromagnetic shield are inserted when the plug-side electromagnetic shield is inserted into the protruding port at the upper edge portion of the protruding port. A connector characterized by being provided continuously.
  2.   The connector according to claim 1, wherein the concave portion formed in the socket-side electromagnetic shield is formed in a slit shape in the socket-side electromagnetic shield.
  3.   The concave portion formed in the socket-side electromagnetic shield is substantially parallel to a direction in which the counterpart connector plug is displaced when the counterpart connector plug is inserted into the socket-side electromagnetic shield. The connector described.
  4.   The connector according to claim 1, wherein a plurality of sets of the concave portion and the convex portion are provided.
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