Global Patent Index - EP 1051777 B3

EP 1051777 B3 20101006 - REPAIRABLE CONNECTOR AND METHOD

Title (en)

REPAIRABLE CONNECTOR AND METHOD

Title (de)

REPARABLER STECKER UND METHODE

Title (fr)

CONNECTEUR REPARABLE ET PROCEDE

Publication

EP 1051777 B3 20101006 (EN)

Application

EP 99901287 A 19990105

Priority

  • US 9900069 W 19990105
  • US 785598 A 19980115

Abstract (en)

[origin: WO9936999A1] A repairable transmission line connector is provided where the center conductor has a front removable portion, and a rear portion crimped to the center conductor of the transmission cable. An outer sleeve mounted to a first coaxial conductor of the cable includes a removable front portion, and a rear portion crimped to the first coaxial conductor of the cable. An insulator holds the front center conductor wherein the insulator is held by the rear outer sleeve and the front outer sleeve. The front and rear outer sleeves, and the front and rear center conductors form a connector assembly. In a triaxial connector the connector assembly is surrounded by an insulating sleeve disposed within front and rear connector bodies connected to the cable. By disconnecting the front and rear connector bodies (if present) and the front and rear outer sleeves, access to the front center conductor is permitted for replacement of the front center conductor. The front outer sleeve and the insulator can be replaced as desired.

IPC 1-7

H01R 13/646

IPC 8 full level

H01R 24/38 (2011.01)

CPC (source: EP US)

H01R 9/0521 (2013.01 - EP US); H01R 2103/00 (2013.01 - EP US)

Designated contracting state (EPC)

AT BE CH CY DE DK ES FI FR GB GR IE IT LI LU MC NL PT SE

DOCDB simple family (publication)

WO 9936999 A1 19990722; AR 016167 A1 20010620; AR 054764 A2 20070718; AT 239306 T 20030515; AT 263443 T 20040415; AU 2102199 A 19990802; CA 2318169 A1 19990722; CA 2318169 C 20070925; CA 2592738 A1 19990722; CN 1147038 C 20040421; CN 1288599 A 20010321; DE 69907406 D1 20030605; DE 69907406 T2 20031113; DE 69907406 T3 20110324; DE 69916140 D1 20040506; DE 69916140 T2 20040805; EP 1051777 A1 20001115; EP 1051777 B1 20030502; EP 1051777 B3 20101006; EP 1246316 A1 20021002; EP 1246316 B1 20040331; ES 2203062 T3 20040401; ES 2203062 T7 20110801; ES 2218489 T3 20041116; HK 1033035 A1 20010810; HK 1049405 A1 20030509; HK 1049405 B 20041021; JP 2002510130 A 20020402; JP 4381603 B2 20091209; KR 100563326 B1 20060327; KR 20010034170 A 20010425; TW 461162 B 20011021; US 5967852 A 19991019; US 6109963 A 20000829

DOCDB simple family (application)

US 9900069 W 19990105; AR P060102137 A 20060524; AR P990100122 A 19990115; AT 02011684 T 19990105; AT 99901287 T 19990105; AU 2102199 A 19990105; CA 2318169 A 19990105; CA 2592738 A 19990105; CN 99802191 A 19990105; DE 69907406 T 19990105; DE 69916140 T 19990105; EP 02011684 A 19990105; EP 99901287 A 19990105; ES 02011684 T 19990105; ES 99901287 T 19990105; HK 01103289 A 20010511; HK 03101340 A 20010511; JP 2000540604 A 19990105; KR 20007007793 A 20000714; TW 88100536 A 19990114; US 35702599 A 19990720; US 785598 A 19980115