KYLE D. THOMPSON - LANCASTER PA, US MICHAEL K. STRECKEWALD - HARRISBURG PA, US BRIAN J. WILLIAMS - YORK PA, US RICHARD L. OSKOWIS - HARRISBURG PA, US
TYCO ELECTRONICS CORPORATION - BERWYN PA
A contact rail is provided including a module coupling end and a mating end. A diode mounting surface is positioned between the module coupling end and the mating end. A pivot member extends from a base of the module coupling end. The pivot member is configured to be engaged by an elongated tool. A module coupling fastener engages the base of the module coupling end. The elongated tool is configured to engage the module coupling fastener. The elongated tool is configured to pivot about the pivot member to separate the module coupling fastener from the base of the module coupling end so that a contact from a power module is receivable between the base of the module coupling end and the module coupling fastener.
- Schaffhausen, CH John Joseph Consoli - Harrisburg PA, US Timothy Robert Minnick - Enola PA, US Justin Dennis Pickel - Hummelstown PA, US Douglas Edward Shirk - Elizabethtown PA, US David Allison Trout - Lancaster PA, US Michael Streckewald - Harrisburg PA, US
A circuit board assembly includes a circuit board and an electrical connector having a connector housing holding contacts in a contact array. The connector housing has a mating end configured to be mated with a mating electrical connector in a mating direction. The electrical connector has cables terminated to the contacts and extending from a cable end. A connector mount is used to locate the electrical connector relative to the circuit board. A bracket is coupled to the mounting surface of the circuit board. A biasing member is coupled to the bracket and the mounting feature and is compressible along a compression axis parallel to the mating direction to allow the electrical connector to float in the mating direction relative to the circuit board.
- Carson City NV, US Michael Streckewald - Etters PA, US
A card edge connector including electrical contacts; and a housing having the electrical contacts connected thereto. The housing comprises a card edge receiving slot, and a beam extending at least partially across a width of the card edge receiving slot. An open space is provided between the beam and a bottom of the card edge receiving slot.
- Carson City NV, US Michael K. STRECKEWALD - Etters PA, US
H01R 12/70 H01R 13/405 H01R 4/48
An electrical connector system can include a first electrically conductive contact having a first contact body, a first contact mating end that extends from the first contact body, and a first contact mounting end that extends from the first contact body. The first contact mounting end can be configured to be electrically connected to a first complementary electrical component. The system can further include an interposer having a first interposer mating end and a second interposer end opposite the first interposer mating end. The second interposer end can be configured to be placed in electrical communication with a second complementary electrical component. The first electrically conductive contact can be configured to mate at its first mating contact end to the first interposer mating end so as to place the first electrically conductive contact in electrical communication with the interposer.
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