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Anschlussbrücke - Dokument EP0757415
 
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Dokumentenidentifikation EP0757415 27.04.2000
EP-Veröffentlichungsnummer 0757415
Titel Anschlussbrücke
Anmelder Sumitomo Wiring Systems, Ltd., Yokkaichi, Mie, JP
Erfinder Shinozaki, Tetsuya, Yokkaichi-City, JP
Vertreter R.A. Kuhnen & P.A. Wacker Patentanwaltsgesellschaft mbH, 85354 Freising
DE-Aktenzeichen 69607261
Vertragsstaaten DE, FR, GB
Sprache des Dokument EN
EP-Anmeldetag 31.07.1996
EP-Aktenzeichen 961123791
EP-Offenlegungsdatum 05.02.1997
EP date of grant 22.03.2000
Veröffentlichungstag im Patentblatt 27.04.2000
IPC-Hauptklasse H01R 31/08

Beschreibung[en]

This kind of joint terminal comprises a structure wherein a plurality of contact parts are connected with each other at the rear end part and accommodated in a connector housing. When the connector housing is fitted with an opposite connector, a plurality of opposite terminals contained in an opposite connector and connected with a plurality of wires are connected with each contact part of a joint terminal such that the wires are shorted electroconductively.

Hitherto, not a WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector for mutually connecting wires associated in a 1-to-1 relation but an exclusive connector housing has been used as a connector housing for accommodating this joint terminal. As a WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing represents a structure wherein cavities for accommodating terminals are divided off by separating walls designed to reach a rear end surface of a connector housing, contact parts connecting each other at the rear end portions thereof protrude in a bare state in the case where a joint terminal is introduced by inserting connecting parts into each cavity, resulting in the problem that electric insulation cannot be ensured.

The published German patent DE-A-44 11 306 teaches a joint terminal being adapted to be introduced into a connector housing. It comprises a plurality of contact parts adapted to contact, at a front portion, opposite contact parts introduced into the connector housing and a connect part connected with each contact part at a rear portion. The rear portion is covered by an insulating layer. The preamble of claim 1 is based on this document.

Furthermore, document EP-A-0 624 936 teaches a joint connector for connecting a plurality of wires having terminals holding the respective wires, and a connector housing. The connector housing includes terminal receiving chambers for receiving the respective terminals, and a retainer. The retainer is abutted against the terminals to retain the terminals in the respective predetermined positions, the retainer having a retainer body and a joint member mounted on the retainer body for electrically short-circuiting the terminals which are desired to connect together.

The present invention starts out from the above-described circumstances. Its object is to provide a joint terminal capable of being installed in a state ensuring electric insulation for a WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing to establish connection between wires which are associated in a 1-to-1 relation.

The present invention relates to a joint terminal for shorting a plurality of wires.

The rear edge portions of each of the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S are connected with the connecting part 13, and the connecting part 13 and the rear edge portions of the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S are covered by the non-electroconductive molded layer 20.

Although the connecting part 13 protrudes out of the connector housing in its installed condition at the WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing, insulation is maintained because this connecting part 13 is covered by the non-electroconductive molded layer.

Fig. 1 is a lateral view of the joint terminal in a first preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Fig. 2 is a planar view of the joint terminal of Fig. 1.

Fig. 3 is a side view of the joint terminal of Fig. 1.

Fig. 4 is a lateral view of the connector housing wherein the joint terminal of Fig. 1 is to be installed.

Fig. 5 is a side view of the joint terminal of Fig. 1 when installed in the connector housing.

According to the present invention there is provided a joint terminal as set out in claim 1.

The insulating layer comprises a first region covering said contact parts at the rear portion and being adapted to be introduced into cavities of said connector housing, thereby providing dustproofing for the cavities.

The insulating layer comprises a second region arranged adjacent to the first region and being adapted to close said cavities, thereby providing dustproofing for the cavities. Furthermore, the insulating layer comprises a third region covering the connecting part and having a thickness which is smaller than the thickness of the second region, thereby facilitating handling of the joint terminal.

According to one aspect of the present invention, at least one of the contact parts is provided with first locking means for locking the terminal joint within said connector housing.

According to another aspect of the present invention, at least one of the contact parts is provided with a stabilizer facilitating insertion of the joint terminal into the connector housing.

According to another aspect of the present invention, the first locking means and the stabilizer are positioned on the same side of the contact parts at the front portion.

According to another aspect of the present invention, an odd number of contact parts is provided and a contact part located at a center position is provided with said first locking means.

According to another aspect of the present invention, connector means comprise a connector housing and at least one joint terminal according to any of the preceding aspects of the present invention.

According to another aspect of the present invention, connector means comprise second locking means for further locking said at least one joint terminal within the connector housing (30).

According to a further aspect of the present invention, a joint terminal comprises a plurality of contact parts capable of being contacted with an opposite terminal inserted in the connector housing in parallel, with the plurality of contact parts mutually connecting each other such as to be electroconductive at the outside of the conductor housing, and a non-electroconductive molded layer covering the plural number of contact parts. In the structure according to the invention, the contact parts protrude outwardly of the connector housing when installed in the WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing for mutually connecting wires associated in a 1-to-1 relation, but electric insulation is ensured because this contact part is covered with a non-electroconductive molded layer. The joint terminal can be installed in a state securing an electric insulation to a WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing for mutually connecting wires associated in a 1-to-1 relation.

According to a further aspect of the invention, the joint terminal is provided at only one of the plurality of contact parts with a locking portion for locking it in a state inserted into the connector housing. In the invention of this constitution, when the single locking portion is locked, the whole joint connector can be in an installed state and when the single locking portion is unlocked, the joint terminal can be removed from the connector housing. As it is sufficient to lock the locking portions at one position when the joint terminal is installed, insertion can be performed without problems. Furthermore, as it is enough to unlock the locking portion at only one position when removing it, removal can be performed conveniently.

According to a further aspect of the present invention, the joint terminal comprises an odd number of contact parts and the locking portion is located at the center contact part. In the invention of this composition, as the locking portion is located at the center of the arrangement of the contact parts, frictional resistance is generated at a position having a good balance in the direction arranging the contact parts when the locking portion contacted with the inner wall of the contact parts in accordance with the insertion and extraction of the joint terminal generates frictional resistance. Even though frictional resistance against insertion and extraction of the joint terminal is generated, there is no danger of the joint terminal inclining or jamming owing to the frictional resistance, so that the operation of insertion and extraction of the joint terminal can be performed smoothly.

According to a further aspect of the present invention, the joint terminal comprises stabilizers for stabilizing its orientation inside the connector housing at only those contact parts located on either side. In the invention of this composition, the orientation of the joint terminal inside the connector housing is stabilized by the stabilizers of the contact parts located on either side. As the stabilizers are set only at the contact parts located on either side, the distance between both of the stabilizers becomes wide and its orientation becomes fully stabilized as compared with the case of setting the contact parts other than at the sides.

An embodiment of the present invention is described while making reference to Figures 1 to 5. The joint terminal 10 of the present embodiment is constituted of the main body of the terminal 11 and the molded layer 20.

The main body of the terminal 11 is formed by stamping an electrically conductive metal plate material in a prescribed shape and by executing bending and cutout processes. The main body of the terminal 11 is composed of three long and slender plate-type contact parts 12S, 12C and 12S extending in a forward direction in parallel with each other, and the plate-type connecting part 13 connecting these three contact parts 12S, 12C and 12S at their rear end portions to enable mutual electric conduction, whereby each of the contact parts 12S, 12C is contiguous with the connecting part.

At the contact part 12C occupying the central position among the three contact parts 12S, 12C and 12S, the locking portion 14 is provided to prevent unintended extraction of the joint terminal 10 while it is inserted into the connector housing 30 mentioned later.

This locking portion 14 is formed by executing a cut-out process in the location of approximately one-third from the front edge of the contact part 12C, and the cut-out edge has a shape protruding in an oblique backward direction towards the lower side of the contact part. This locking portion 14 can be locked with the lance 33 of the connector housing 30 and the prevention of the extraction of the joint terminal 10 is provided by this hook.

Two stabilizers 15, 15 for stabilizing the orientation of the joint terminal 10 inside the connector housing 30 are set at the two respective contact parts 12S, 12S located at both the right and the left sides of the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S.

These stabilizers 15, 15 are formed by a process bending downward a square portion protruding from the outer side edge of the lateral edges of each contact part 12S and designed to be in contact with the side of the lance 33. Besides, the retainer 35 mounted on the connector housing 30 can be hooked on the rear edge portions of the stabilizers 15 to thereby prevent extraction of the joint terminal 10. Besides, the stabilizers 15 are only provided at two positions of the outer side edges of the two sides of the contact parts but not at the inner side edges of the two sides of the contact parts 12S and of the the center contact part 12C.

The connecting part 13 is arranged so as to connect the rear edge portions of the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S among each other and to protrude in a rearward direction from the connector housing 30 in the condition where the joint terminal 10 is mounted on the connector housing 30. Besides, in the connecting part 13, the retention holes 16, 16 are formed by stamping so as to form a passage between the top and bottom sides in the two locations, and the extraction of the molded layer 20 described later from the connecting part 13 is designed to be regulated by these retention holes 16. The molded layer 20 comprising a non-electroconductive resin ingredient is provided for the terminal main body 11 of this composition.

This molded layer 20 covers approximately half of the range in a longitudinal direction from the rear end of the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S (the portion contiguous with the connecting part 13) and the entirety of the connecting part 13. In the connecting part 13, a part of the molded layer 20 enters into the retention holes 16, whereby the molded layer 20 is strongly unified with the terminal main body 11.

The range of each contact part 12S, 12C, 12S covered with the molded layer 20 has a narrower shape than the range located in front of the above range and not covered with the molded layer 20, and both lateral edges of each contact part 12S, 12C, 12S are covered by the molded layer 20 having a thickness which corresponds to the difference in width between these two portions. In addition to this, the side 12A of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S of the range not covered with the molded layer 20 and that of the side 21 of the molded layer 20 which is backward from it have the same width dimension in smooth continuation.

Furthermore, the outer side 21 of the portion covering the contact parts 12S, 12S on both sides and the side 22 of the portion covering the connecting part 13 continue on the same plane.

At the top side of the molded layer 20, the thickness of the front edge portion 23 is comparatively thin in the range covering the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S, and the thickness of the portion 24 which is backward from it becomes thicker. The thickness of the portion 25 covering the connecting part 13 moreover is smaller than that of the portion 24 covering the rear edge side of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S. On the other hand, on the lower side of the molded layer 20, the entire range of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S and the connecting part 13 has the same thickness. The portion 25 covering the connecting part 13 among the molded layer 20 becomes the gripping portion 26 suited to be grasped by the fingers of an operator for insertion and extraction of the joint terminal 10 against the connector housing 30. Besides, the difference in level is set at the boundary part wherein the thickness between the portion covering the contact part 12 and the gripping portion 26 in the upper side is different, and the finger-fitting side 27 is formed by this difference in level.

When the gripping portion 26 is grasped, the fingers can be placed on this finger-fitting side 27 from the rear. The finger-hooking portion 28 furthermore is formed on the upper surface of the finger-fitting side 27 to be slightly higher than the portion covering contact parts 12 and slenderly extend to the right and left, and on the other hand, the finger-hooking portion 29 is formed under the lower surface to slenderly extend to the right and left in correspondence with the finger-hooking portion 28. A finger-tip can be hooked on the finger-hooking portions 28, 29 on either side for insertion and extraction of the joint terminal 10.

As this connector housing 30 where the joint terminal 10 is installed, the WIRE-TO-WIRE type for the mutual connection of wires associated in a 1-to-1 relation is used.

In the connector housing 30, a plurality of cavities 31 penetrating from the front end side to the rear end side are formed. These cavities 31 are separated from each other by the separating walls provided such as to reach the rear end of the connector housing 30, and the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S of the joint terminal 10 are designed to be inserted in each cavity 31.

In each cavity 31, the lance 33 capable of locking on the locking portion 14 if the joint terminal 10 is inserted into a regular position is provided. This lance 33 is able to be bent elastically and after the locking portion 14 is passed forward by bending the lance 38 downward during insertion of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S, the lance 33 is restored elastically and engages the rear end of the locking portion 14 designed to lock primarily the joint terminal 10 in this condition preventing extraction. Besides, the inner faces of the stabilizers 15 of the joint terminal are designed to be in contact with the side of this lance 33.

Furthermore, in the connector housing 30, the retainer 35 is designed to be fitted in from the retainer-installing hole 34 opened to the lower side. The retainer 35 is designed to be kept at two locations of a temporary locking position and a final locking position (the condition shown by figure 5). When the retainer 35 is located at a temporary locking position, the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S are permitted to be inserted into the cavity 31. When the retainer 35 moves to the final locking position, the hooking part 36 of the retainer 35 is locked from the rear against the stabilizer 15 of the joint terminal 10 and therefore, the joint terminal 10 is locked secondarily in the condition preventing extraction.

Next, the function of this embodiment is described. When the joint terminal 10 is installed in the connector housing 30, the retainer 35 is maintained at the temporary locking position and the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S are inserted in the fixed cavity 31 from the rear of the connector housing 30 by grasping the gripping portion 26 with fingers. When the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S are inserted into the regular position, the joint terminal 10 is locked primarily by the lance 33. When fingers are pushed against the finger-touching surface 27, an inserting manipulation becomes easy.

Successively, the joint terminal 10 is locked secondarily by moving the retainer 35 to the final locking position and then a work installing the joint terminal 10 is completed. The separating wall 32 of the cavity 31 enters into the slits between the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S in the condition that the joint terminal 10 was installed, and the rear end edge of the separating wall 32 abuts against the front end edge of the connecting part 13. Accordingly, the connecting part 13 takes a position in which it protrudes from the rear end side of the connector housing 30, but an electric insulation is maintained because the connecting part 13 is covered by the non-electroconductive molded layer 20.

Besides, as the thickness of the portion covering the rear end part of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S becomes thicker, the molded layer 20 occupies almost entirely the opening part of the rear end side of the cavity 31. Hereby protection against entry of foreign matter into the cavity 31 and a simple water protection are achieved.

Furthermore, in the cavity 31 located at the both sides of the cavity 31 wherein the locking portion 14 is locked on the lance 33, the stabilizer 15 is contacted with the side of the lance 33 in the cavity 31. According to this, the orientation of the joint terminal 10 with respect to the connector housing 30 is kept uniformly in the horizontal plane (a plane parallel to the plate of the joint terminal 10). Besides, the front ends of the contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S protrude into the hood part 37 of the connector housing 30 and are contacted with the terminal of the opposite connector fitted with this hood part 37 in an electroconductive condition. According to this, the three terminals of the opposite side are shorted.

When the joint terminal 10 is removed from the connector housing 30, the retainer 35 first of all is transferred to the temporary locking position, a jig (not illustrated) is inserted from the opening of the front end side of the central cavity 31, engagement with the locking portion 14 is cancelled by pushing the lance 33 down, the joint terminal 10 is pulled backward while the locked condition is cancelled, the jig is pulled out after passing the locking portion 14 through the lance 33, and the joint terminal 10 may be drawn out to the rear.

When the joint terminal 10 is drawn out to the rear, the gripping portion 26 is grasped with fingers; if the fingers seem to slip, pulling manipulation can be facilitated by engaging the finger-hooking portions 28, 29 with the finger-tips. As mentioned above, as the joint terminal 10 of the present embodiment has a configuration in which the connecting part 18 of the rear end is covered by the non-electroconductive molded layer 20, it can be installed in the condition keeping an electric insulation against the WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing 30 for mutually connecting wires associated in a 1-to-1 relation. Accordingly, it is unnecessary to prepare the exclusive connector housing 30 and a cost reduction can be achieved.

Besides, as the locking portion 14 for preventing extraction of the connector housing 30 is provided on only one connecting part 12C, resistance against insertion is small and the inserting operation is simplified. Furthermore, the operation of cancelling the engagement of the locking portion 14 and of the lance 33 is only one, and removing work is also easy. In case of the installation and removal of the joint terminal 10, when the locking portion 14 passes the lance 33, it comes into contact with the lance 33, frictional resistance is generated, and the installation and removal acts as an opposing force. In the present embodiment, the locking portion 14 being the cause of the opposing force is provided at the contact part 12C occupying the central position among the three contact parts 12S, 12C, 12S. Therefore, other than if the locking portion 14 were provided at any of the right and left of the contact part 12S, there is no danger of the orientation of the joint terminal 10 becoming inclined or jammed by the opposing force as it is in contact with, and slides along the inside wall of the cavity 31. Accordingly, installation and removal can be performed while keeping the orientation of the joint terminal 10 straight and with excellent operability. Besides, as both stabilizers 15, 15 are provided only at the outer side edges of the two contact parts 12S, 12S located at both the right and left ends, the distance between both of the stabilizers 15, 15 is kept wide and a high functionality for stabilizing the posture is obtained, as compared with the case of providing the stabilizers 15 at the inner side edges of both of the contact parts 12S, 12S and of the central contact part 12C. Furthermore, as the number of stabilizers 15 is restricted to only two, the configuration becomes simple as compared with the case of providing three or more stabilizers 15, whereby a cost reduction can be achieved.

The present invention is not restricted to the embodiment as illustrated by the above description and figures, but for example the following embodiment is also included in the scope of the claims, and it can furthermore be realized by modifications in various ways within the range of the invention which do not depart from the cope of the invention as outlined in the claims, such as:

  • (1) The above-mentioned embodiment illustrates a case in which the locking portion 14 is provided only at the contact part 12C; according to the present invention, however, the locking portion may be provided at any of the contact parts located on both sides, arbitrarily it may be provided at two among the three contact parts, or even at all of the three contact parts.
  • (2) In the above-mentioned embodiment, the stabilizers 15, 15 are arranged at the outer side edge of the two contact parts 12S, 12S; according to the present invention, however, the position of the stabilizers may be set at the inner side edge of the outer contact part(s); they may also be provided at the side edge of the contact part located at the center, and three or more stabilizers may be arranged at the side edge of the arbitrarily selected contact part.
  • (3) The above-mentioned embodiment illustrates the case in which the number of contact parts, that is, the number of poles, is three. The present invention can, however, be applied to a case that the number of poles is two, and also to a case in which there are more than four poles.
  • (4) The above-mentioned embodiment illustrates the case in which the locking portion is formed by the cut-out; according to the present invention, however, a constitution wherein the locking portion is formed in the shape of a hole by stamping may be acceptable.

According to the present invention, a joint terminal is disclosed wherein a connecting part connects each of three contact parts at a rear portion thereof. The connecting part and the rear portions of the contact parts are covered by a non-electroconductive molded layer, whereby insulation is maintained, although the connecting parts protrude out of a connector housing when installed with a WIRE-TO-WIRE type connector housing.


Anspruch[de]
  1. Verbindungsanschluß (10), der in ein Steckergehäuse (30) einführbar ist, mit einer Vielzahl von Kontaktteilen (12), die an einem Frontabschnitt mit gegenüberliegenden, in das Steckergehäuse eingeführten Kontaktteilen kontaktierbar sind, und einem Verbindungsteil (13), das an einem Rückseitenabschnitt, welcher mit einer Isolierschicht (20) bedeckt ist, mit jedem Kontaktteil verbunden ist, wobei die Isolierschicht (20) einen ersten Bereich (23, 24) umfaßt, der die Kontaktteile (12) an dem Rückseitenabschnitt bedeckt, und der erste Bereich (23, 24) in Hohlräume (31) des Steckergehäuses (30) einführbar ist,

    gekennzeichnet durch

    die Isolierschicht (20), die einen zweiten Bereich (28, 29), welcher angrenzend an den ersten Bereich (23, 24) angeordnet und mit dem die Hohlräume abschließbar sind, und einen dritten Bereich (25), der den Verbindungsteil (13) bedeckt und eine geringere Dicke als die des zweiten Bereichs besitzt, umfaßt.
  2. Verbindungsanschluß nach Anspruch 1, wobei mindestens eines der Kontaktteile (12) mit einer ersten Arretiereinrichtung (14) zum Arretieren des Verbindungsanschlußes innerhalb des Steckergehäuses (30) versehen ist.
  3. Verbindungsanschluß nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei mindestens eines der Kontaktteile (12) mit einem Stabilisator (15) ausgestattet ist.
  4. Verbindungsanschluß nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei die erste Arretiereinrichtung (14) und der Stabilisator (15) auf der gleichen Seite der Kontaktteile an dem Frontabschnitt positioniert sind.
  5. Verbindungsanschluß nach einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche, wobei eine ungerade Anzahl an Kontaktteilen (12) vorgesehen und ein Kontaktteil (12C), das sich in einer Mittelposition befindet, mit der ersten Arretiereinrichtung (14) ausgestattet ist.
  6. Steckereinrichtung mit einem Steckergehäuse (30) und mindestens einem Verbindungsanschluß (10) gemäß einem der vorhergehenden Ansprüche.
  7. Steckereinrichtung nach Anspruch 6, wobei eine zweite Arretiereinrichtung (35) zum weiteren Arretieren des mindestens einen Verbindungsanschlußes (10) innerhalb des Steckergehäuses (30) vorgesehen ist.
Anspruch[en]
  1. A joint terminal (10) adapted to be introduced into a connector housing (30), comprising a plurality of contact parts (12) adapted to contact, at a front portion, opposite contact parts introduced into said connector housing and a connecting part (13) connected with each contact part at a rear portion, said rear portion being covered by an insulating layer (20), wherein said insulating layer (20) comprises a first region (23, 24) covering said contact parts (12) at said rear portion and

    said first region (23, 24) being adapted to be introduced into cavities (31) of said connector housing (30), characterized by said insulating layer (20) comprising a second region (28, 29) arranged adjacent to said first region (23, 24) and being adapted to close said cavities, and a third region (25) covering said connecting part (13) and having a thickness being smaller than the thickness of said second region.
  2. The joint terminal according to claim 1, wherein at least one of said contact parts (12) is provided with first locking means (14) for locking the terminal joint within said connector housing (30).
  3. The joint terminal according to any of the preceding claims, wherein at least one of said contact parts (12) is provided with a stabilizer (15).
  4. The joint terminal according to any of the preceding claims, wherein said first locking means (14) and said stabilizer (15) are positioned on the same side of said contact parts at said front protion.
  5. The joint terminal according to any of the preceding claims, wherein an odd number of contact parts (12) is provided and a contact part (12C) located at a center position is provided with said first locking means (14).
  6. Connector means comprising a connector housing (30) and at least one joint terminal (10) according to any of the preceding claims.
  7. The connector means according to claim 6, wherein second locking means (35) is provided for further locking said at least one joint terminal (10) within said connector housing (30).
Anspruch[fr]
  1. Borne de connexion (10) adaptée pour être introduite dans un boîtier de connecteur (30), comportant une pluralité de parties de contact (12) adaptées pour venir en contact, au niveau d'une partie avant, avec des parties de contact opposées introduites dans ledit boîtier de connecteur et une partie de connexion (13) connectée à chaque partie de contact au niveau d'une partie arrière, ladite partie arrière étant revêtue d'une couche isolante (20), ladite couche isolante (20) comportant une première zone (23, 24) recouvrant lesdites parties de contact (12) situées au niveau de ladite partie arrière et

       ladite première zone (23, 24) étant adaptée pour être introduite dans des cavités (31) dudit boîtier de connecteur (30), caractérisée en ce que ladite couche isolante (20) comporte une deuxième zone (28, 29) disposée de manière adjacente à ladite première zone (23, 24) et adaptée pour fermer lesdites cavités, et une troisième zone (25) recouvrant ladite partie de connexion (13) et ayant une épaisseur plus petite que l'épaisseur de ladite deuxième zone.
  2. Borne de connexion selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle au moins une desdites parties de contact (12) est munie de premiers moyens de verrouillage (14) pour verrouiller la borne de connexion dans ledit boîtier de connecteur (30).
  3. Borne de connexion selon l'une quelconque des revendications précédentes, dans laquelle au moins une desdites parties de contact (12) est munie d'un stabilisateur (15).
  4. Borne de connexion selon l'une quelconque des revendications précédentes, dans laquelle lesdits premiers moyens de verrouillage (14) et ledit stabilisateur (15) sont positionnés sur le même côté desdites parties de contact, au niveau de ladite partie avant.
  5. Borne de connexion selon l'une quelconque des revendications précédentes, dans laquelle un nombre impair de parties de contact (12) est agencé et une partie de contact (12C) située au niveau d'une partie centrale est munie desdits premiers moyens de verrouillage (14).
  6. Moyens formant connecteur comportant un boîtier de connecteur (30) et au moins une borne de connexion (10) selon l'une quelconque des revendications précédentes.
  7. Moyens formant connecteur selon la revendication 6, dans lequel lesdits seconds moyens de verrouillage (35) sont prévus pour un verrouillage supplémentaire de ladite au moins une borne de connexion (10), dans ledit boîtier de connecteur (30).






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