(19)
(11)EP 3 336 968 B1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT SPECIFICATION

(45)Mention of the grant of the patent:
06.05.2020 Bulletin 2020/19

(21)Application number: 17207561.6

(22)Date of filing:  15.12.2017
(51)Int. Cl.: 
H01R 4/48  (2006.01)
H01R 13/631  (2006.01)
H01R 12/51  (2011.01)
H01R 43/16  (2006.01)

(54)

WIRE CONNECTION TERMINAL STRUCTURE

DRAHTVERBINDUNGKLEMMENSTRUKTUR

STRUCTURE DE BORNE DE CONNEXION DE FIL


(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR

(30)Priority: 19.12.2016 TW 105141987

(43)Date of publication of application:
20.06.2018 Bulletin 2018/25

(73)Proprietors:
  • Switchlab Inc.
    New Taipei City 24243 (TW)
  • Switchlab (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
    Malu Town, Jiading Area Shanghai City (CN)

(72)Inventors:
  • WU, Chih-Yuan
    24243 New Taipei City (TW)
  • CHEN, Wei-Chi
    24243 New Taipei City (TW)
  • CHEN, Cheng-Wei
    24243 New Taipei City (TW)

(74)Representative: Cabinet Chaillot 
16/20, avenue de l'Agent Sarre B.P. 74
92703 Colombes Cedex
92703 Colombes Cedex (FR)


(56)References cited: : 
DE-A1-102015 108 630
DE-U1-202014 101 915
US-A1- 2008 233 808
DE-B3-102007 035 336
US-A1- 2003 194 918
US-A1- 2009 088 030
  
      
    Note: Within nine months from the publication of the mention of the grant of the European patent, any person may give notice to the European Patent Office of opposition to the European patent granted. Notice of opposition shall be filed in a written reasoned statement. It shall not be deemed to have been filed until the opposition fee has been paid. (Art. 99(1) European Patent Convention).


    Description

    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION


    1. Field of the Invention



    [0001] The present invention relates generally to a wire connection terminal structure, and more particularly to a wire connection terminal structure, which can prevent the elastic abutment plate from permanent deformation when the conductive wire is plugged in by an improper angle so that the conductive wire can be reliably and effectively located without outward loosening or detachment.

    2. Description of the Related Art



    [0002] There are many types of wire connection terminals applied to the circuit board for connecting with conductive wires. Fig. 1 shows one of the most often seen terminal structures. The terminal structure mainly includes a terminal main body 10 and an insulation housing 2. The terminal main body 10 is made of a metal plate by means of punching and thereafter bending. One end of the terminal main body 10 is formed with a connection section 101. The terminal main body 10 further has two support legs 104 extending from two lateral sides of the connection section 101 to the other end of the terminal main body 10 in parallel to each other. One end of each support leg 104 is formed with a connecting section 105 outward bent from the support leg 104. The connecting section 105 is soldered on a preset circuit board (or another connection plane face). The connection section 101 defines a socket 102 passing through the connection section 101. The terminal main body 10 further has an elastic abutment plate 103 obliquely extending from an outer side of the connection section 101 into a space between the two support legs 104.

    [0003] The housing 2 is fitted around the terminal main body 10 to provide an insulation and protection effect. One end of the housing 2 is formed with a perforation 21 in alignment with the socket 102. Two lateral sides of the other end of the housing 2 are respectively formed with lateral notches 22 for the connecting sections 105 to pass through.

    [0004] In use, an external conductive wire 4 is plugged through the perforation 21 and the socket 102 to extend between the two support legs 104. At this time, the conductive wire 4 will push the elastic abutment plate 103 outward. After the conductive wire 4 passes through the elastic abutment plate 103, the elastic abutment plate 103 will elastically restore to abut against the conductive wire 4 and tightly press the conductive wire 4 against the inner wall of the socket 102. Under such circumstance, the conductive wire 4 is prevented from outward loosening or detaching from the socket 102 under external extraction force.

    [0005] However, in practice, during the process that an operator plugs the external conductive wire 4 through the perforation 21 into the socket 102, due to the factors of negligence, improper operation or judgment error of the operator, the operator often fails to plug the conductive wire 4 into the socket 102 by a correct (upright) and fixed angle. When the conductive wire 4 is obliquely plugged into the socket 102 in a direction to the elastic abutment plate 103 (as shown in Fig. 2), the elastic abutment plate 103 is directly pushed by the conductive wire 4 and elastically deformed. The entire structure of the terminal lacks a system for stopping the elastic abutment plate 103 from laterally over-biasing. As a result, the elastic abutment plate 103 is often over-biased with an excessively great elastic deformation amount (over the yield point). In this case, the elastic abutment plate 103 will permanently deform under elastic fatigue. Accordingly, the elastic abutment plate 103 can hardly keep extending into the socket 102 to elastically press the conductive wire 4 (as shown in Fig. 3). As a result, after the conductive wire 4 passes through the socket 102 and fully extends into the space between the two support legs 104, the elastic abutment plate 103 can hardly press the conductive wire 4 against the inner wall of the socket 102. Under such circumstance, the conductive wire 4 is easy to loosen or detach from the socket 102 under external extraction force.

    [0006] A solution to the above problem is to increase the depth or length of the perforation 21 of the housing 2 (or partially increase the height of one side of the perforation 21 distal from the elastic abutment plate 103) so as to prevent the conductive wire 4 from being plugged into the perforation 21 by an angle inclined from the axial direction of the socket 102. In this case, the conductive wire 4 can be guided and plugged into the socket 102 in a direction more approximate to the axial direction of the socket 102 to push and bias the elastic abutment plate 103. Accordingly, the elastic abutment plate 103 is prevented from being over-deformed so that the elastic abutment plate 103 can keep the ability to press the conductive wire 4. However, such structure will affect the appearance and size of the entire housing 2 and can hardly meet the requirement of a user (or a client).

    [0007] Another solution to the above problem is to directly form a stop section on the terminal main body 10 or the housing 2 in the moving path of the elastic abutment plate 103 so as to restrict the lateral elastic deformation amount of the elastic abutment plate 103. Under such circumstance, the elastic abutment plate 103 is prevented from being over-biased with an excessively great elastic deformation amount (over the yield point) to cause permanent deformation. However, in practice, it is quite difficult to form the stop section and such design is not optimal.

    [0008] DE 102007035336 B3 discloses a terminal device including an electrical connection frame. The electrical connection frame has sidewalls and narrow sides together define a structure with an internal space for receiving a metal leaf spring. The metal leaf spring has a bight section and a contact section. The two opposite sidewalls of the electrical connection frame are bent and punched to form two stop sections for regulating the moving range of the contact section of the metal leaf spring.

    [0009] It is therefore tried by the applicant to provide a wire connection terminal structure to solve the above problem.

    SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION



    [0010] It is therefore a primary object of the present invention to provide a wire connection terminal structure, according to claim 1, which includes a terminal main body and a stopper member. One end of the terminal main body is formed with a connect ion section. The connect ion section defines a socket. The terminal main body further has at least one support leg extending from the connection section to the other end of the terminal main body. The support leg is securely connected to a preset wire connection section. An elastic abutment plate obliquely extends from the connection section. The support leg is formed with a locating section. The stopper member is securely connected to the support leg via the locating section. The stopper member is positioned in a moving path of the elastic abutment plate when elastically biased and deformed. Whereby, after the elastic abutment plate is forced, the deformation amount of the elastic abutment plate is restricted by the stopper member. Therefore, the elastic abutment plate is prevented from being over-deformed to cause permanent deformation. In this case, the elastic abutment plate can reliably and effectively elastically abut against the conductive wire plugged in the socket to prevent the conductive wire from outward loosening or detaching.

    [0011] Preferably, the terminal main body has two support legs and the socket communicates with a space between the two support legs. The elastic abutment plate obliquely extends between the two support legs.

    [0012] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, the locating section is a protrusion structure protruding laterally with respect to the elastic abutment plate. Each of two sides of the stopper member is formed with a recess corresponding to the locating section. The locating section passes through the recess and then transversely bends, whereby the stopper member is securely connected between the middles of the two support legs.

    [0013] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, a channel is formed on one face of the stopper member distal from the two support legs in communication with the two recesses, whereby the locating section passes through the recess and then bends to extend into the channel.

    [0014] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, a protruding back section is disposed on one face of the stopper member distal from the two support legs. The back section is positioned between the two recesses.

    [0015] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, a guide slope is formed at the middle of one face of the stopper member, which faces the socket. In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, each support leg is formed with a connecting section outward bent from the support leg for connecting on the preset plane face.

    [0016] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, an insulation housing is fitted around the terminal main body. One end of the housing is formed with a perforation in alignment with the socket. Two lateral sides of the other end of the housing are formed with lateral notches for the support legs to pass through and outward extend.

    [0017] In the above wire connection terminal structure, preferably, the terminal main body is made of a metal plate by means of punching and thereafter bending.

    [0018] The present invention can be best understood through the following description and accompanying drawings, wherein:

    BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



    [0019] 

    Fig. 1 is a perspective exploded view of a conventional wire connection terminal structure applied to a circuit board for connecting with a conductive wire;

    Fig. 2 is a sectional assembled view of the conventional wire connection terminal structure according to Fig. 1, showing that a conductive wire is obliquely plugged into the socket of the terminal structure;

    Fig. 3 is a sectional assembled view according to Fig. 2, showing that the elastic abutment plate is over-deformed to lose the ability to press the conductive wire plugged in the socket of the terminal structure;

    Fig. 4 is a perspective exploded view of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention;

    Fig. 5 is another perspective exploded view of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention;

    Fig. 6 is a perspective assembled view of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention;

    Fig. 7 is a top sectional assembled view of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention;

    Fig. 8 is a side sectional assembled view of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention;

    Fig. 9 is a side sectional assembled view according to Fig. 8, showing that an external conductive wire is obliquely plugged into the socket of the terminal structure and the stopper member restricts the elastic abutment plate from being over-biased;

    Fig. 10 is a side sectional assembled view according to Fig. 9, showing that the elastic abutment plate elastically restores to press the conductive wire plugged in the socket of the terminal structure; and

    Fig. 11 is a perspective view of another embodiment of the stopper member of the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention.


    DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS



    [0020] Please refer to Figs. 4 to 8. The wire connection terminal structure of the present invention includes a terminal main body 1 and a stopper member 3. The terminal main body 1 is made of a metal plate by means of punching and thereafter bending. One end of the terminal main body 1 is formed with a connection section 11. The terminal main body 1 further has at least one support leg 14 (there are two support legs 14 in the drawings) extending from the connection section 11 to the other end of the terminal main body 1. The connection section 11 defines a socket 12. In addition, the terminal main body 1 has an elastic abutment plate 13 obliquely extending from the connection section 11 into the socket 12 (between the two support legs 14 as shown in the drawings). An end section of each support leg 14 is formed with a connecting section 15 outward bent from the support leg 14. The connecting section 15 is connected (soldered) with a preset plane face (circuit board) or a wire connection section. In addition, a locating section 16 is disposed at one end of the support leg 14 proximal to the connecting section 15. The locating section 16 is a protrusion structure protruding to a lateral side of the elastic abutment plate 13.

    [0021] The stopper member 3 is securely connected to the middle of the support leg 14 of the terminal main body via the locating section 16. In a preferred embodiment, each of two sides of the stopper member 3 is formed with a recess 311 corresponding to the locating section 16. In addition, a channel 31 is formed on one face of the stopper member 3 distal from the two support legs 14 in communication with the two recesses 311. The locating section 16 passes through the recess 311 and then transversely bends to extend into the channel 31, whereby the stopper member 3 is securely connected between the middles of the two support legs 14.

    [0022] A stop face 32 is formed on one side of one end of the stopper member 3 proximal to the connection section 11 and directed to the socket 12. The stop face 32 is positioned in the moving path of the elastic abutment plate 13 when elastically deformed. In addition, a guide slope 33 is formed at the middle of one face of the stopper member 3, which faces the socket 12. The inclination direction of the guide slope 33 is approximately identical to the extending direction of the elastic abutment plate 13.

    [0023] In a preferred embodiment, an insulation housing 2 is fitted around the terminal main body 1 as necessary. One end of the housing 2 is formed with a perforation 21 in alignment with the socket 12. Two lateral sides of the other end of the housing 2 are formed with lateral notches 22 for the support legs 14 to pass through and outward extend.

    [0024] Please now refer to Figs. 9 and 10. In actual application of the present invention, an external conductive wire 4 can be directly obliquely plugged through the perforation 21 into the socket 12 in a direction to the elastic abutment plate 13 inside the socket 12. At this time, the conductive wire 4 will push the elastic abutment plate 13 to a preset extent. Thereafter, the elastic abutment plate 13 is restricted by the stop face 32 of the stopper member 3 from being further deformed and biased. Accordingly, the deformation amount of the elastic abutment plate 13 will keep under the yield point without permanent deformation.

    [0025] After the oblique conductive wire 4 passes through the elastic abutment plate 13, the conductive wire 4 will directly abut against the guide slope 33, whereby the guide slope 33 will guide the conductive wire 4 to further move downward to be located between the support legs 14 and the stopper member 3 and the terminal main body 1. At this time, the elastic abutment plate 13 will elastically restore to abut against the conductive wire 4 and tightly press the conductive wire 4 against the inner wall of the socket 12. Under such circumstance, the conductive wire 4 is securely held and located without easy loosening or detachment under external extraction force.

    [0026] In the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention, the stopper member 3 is securely connected with the ends of the two support legs 14 distal from the connection section 11, (that is, proximal to the circuit board). Therefore, the stopper member 3 can enhance the structural strength between the two support legs 14. In this case, when the conductive wire 4 is plugged into the socket 12 to apply an action force to the connection section 11, the swinging and unstable condition of the two support legs 14 are reduced and improved.

    [0027] Please now refer to Fig. 11, which shows a modified embodiment of the stopper member 3. In this embodiment, a (protruding) back section 34 is disposed on one face of the stopper member 3 distal from the two support legs 14. The back section 34 is positioned between the two recesses 311 and serves to enhance the frictional interference between the stopper member 3 and the housing 2. Under such circumstance, the terminal main body 1 and the housing 2 can be more securely assembled with each other.

    [0028] In conclusion, the wire connection terminal structure of the present invention can truly prevent the elastic abutment plate from being over-deformed when the conductive wire is plugged in by an improper angle so that the conductive wire can be reliably and effectively located. The wire connection terminal structure of the present invention is inventive and advanced.


    Claims

    1. A wire connection terminal structure comprising:

    a terminal main body (1), one end of the terminal main body (1) being formed with a connection section (11), the terminal main body (1) further having at least one support leg (14) extending from the connection section (11) to the other end of the terminal main body (1), the support leg (14) being configured to be securely connected to a preset wire connection section, the connection section (11) defining a socket (12), the terminal main body (1) further having an elastic abutment plate (13) obliquely extending from the connection section (11), characterized in that the support leg (14) being formed with a locating section (16); and

    a stopper member (3) securely connected to the support leg (14) via the locating section (16), a stop face (32) is formed on one side of a one end of the stopper member (3) proximal to the connection section (11) and directed to the socket (12), said stop face (32) being positioned in a moving path of the elastic abutment plate (13)

    when elastically biased and deformed by insertion of a conductive wire (4) in the socket (12), whereby the elastic abutment plate (13) is restricted by said stop face (32) from being further deformed and biased, wherein the deformation amount of the elastic abutment plate (13) is less than a yield point without permanent deformation.


     
    2. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 1, wherein the terminal main body (1) has two support legs (14) and the socket (12) communicates with a space between the two support legs (14), the elastic abutment plate (13) obliquely extending between the two support legs (14).
     
    3. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 2, wherein the locating section (16) is a protrusion structure protruding laterally with respect to the elastic abutment plate (13), each of two sides of the stopper member (3) being formed with a recess (311) corresponding to the locating section, the locating section passing through the recess (311) and then transversely bending, whereby the stopper member (3) is securely connected between the middles of the two support legs (14).
     
    4. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 3, wherein a channel (31) is formed on one face of the stopper member (3) distal from the two support legs (14) in communication with the two recesses (311), whereby the locating section passes through the recess (311) and then bends to extend into the channel (31).
     
    5. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 3, wherein a protruding back section (34) is disposed on one face of the stopper member (3) distal from the two support legs (14), the back section (34) being positioned between the two recesses (311).
     
    6. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5, wherein a guide slope (33) is formed at the middle of one face of the stopper member (3), which faces the socket (12).
     
    7. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, wherein each support leg (14) is formed with a connecting section (15) outward bent from the support leg (14).
     
    8. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7, wherein an insulation housing (2) is fitted around the terminal main body (1), one end of the housing (2) being formed with a perforation (21) in alignment with the socket (12), two lateral sides of the other end of the housing (2) being formed with lateral notches (22) for the support legs (14) to pass through and outward extend.
     
    9. The wire connection terminal structure as claimed in claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, wherein the terminal main body (1) is made of a metal plate by means of punching and thereafter bending.
     


    Ansprüche

    1. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur, umfassend:
    einen Anschlusshauptkörper (1), wobei ein Ende des Anschlusshauptkörpers (1) mit einem Verbindungsabschnitt (11) ausgebildet ist, der Anschlusshauptkörper (1) ferner mindestens ein Stützbein (14) aufweist, das sich vom Verbindungsabschnitt (11) zum anderen Ende des Anschlusshauptkörpers (1) erstreckt, wobei das Stützbein (14) ausgelegt ist, um mit einem vorausbestimmten Drahtverbindungsabschnitt sicher verbunden zu werden, der Verbindungsabschnitt (11) eine Buchse (12) definiert, der Anschlusshauptkörper (1) ferner eine elastische Widerlagerplatte (13) aufweist, die sich schräg vom Verbindungsabschnitt (11) erstreckt, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass das Stützbein (14) mit einem Positionierabschnitt (16) ausgebildet ist; und ein Anschlagelement (3), das durch den Positionierabschnitt (16) sicher mit dem Stützbein (14) verbunden wird, wobei eine Anschlagfläche (32) auf einer Seite eines Endes des Anschlagelements (3) proximal zum Verbindungsabschnitt (11) und in Richtung der Buchse (12) ausgebildet ist, die Anschlagfläche (32) in eine Bewegungsbahn der elastischen Widerlagerplatte (13) positioniert wird, wenn durch die Einführung eines leitenden Drahtes (4) in die Buchse (12) elastisch vorgespannt und verformt, wodurch die elastische Widerlagerplatte (13) durch die Anschlagfläche (32) von weiterer Verformung und Vorspannung abgehalten wird, wobei das Verformungsausmaß der Widerlagerplatte (13) geringer als eine Streckgrenze ohne bleibende Verformung ist.
     
    2. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 1, wobei der Anschlusshauptkörper (1) zwei Stützbeine (14) aufweist, und die Buchse (12) mit einem Raum zwischen den beiden Stützbeinen (14) in Verbindung steht, wobei die elastische Widerlagerplatte (13) sich schräg zwischen den beiden Stützbeinen (14) erstreckt.
     
    3. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 2, wobei der Positionierabschnitt (16) eine Vorsprungsstruktur ist, die in Bezug auf die elastische Widerlagerplatte (13) lateral vorsteht, wobei jede von zwei Seiten des Anschlagelements (3) mit einer Ausnehmung (311) ausgebildet ist, die dem Positionierabschnitt entspricht, wobei der Positionierabschnitt durch die Ausnehmung (311) durchtritt und sich dann quer biegt, wodurch das Anschlagelement (3) sicher zwischen den Mitten der beiden Stützbeine (14) verbunden wird.
     
    4. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 3, wobei ein Kanal (31) auf einer Seite des Anschlagelements (3) distal von den beiden Stützbeinen (14) in Kommunikation mit den beiden Ausnehmungen (311) ausgebildet ist, wodurch der Positionierabschnitt durch die Ausnehmung (311) durchtritt und sich dann biegt, um sich in den Kanal (31) zu erstrecken.
     
    5. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 3, wobei ein vorstehender Rückseitenabschnitt (34) auf einer Seite des Anschlagelements (3) distal von den beiden Stützbeinen (14) angeordnet ist, wobei der Rückseitenabschnitt (34) zwischen den beiden Ausnehmungen (311) positioniert ist.
     
    6. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 1, 2, 3, 4 oder 5, wobei in der Mitte einer Seite des Anschlagelements (3), die der Buchse (12) zugewandt ist, eine Führungsschräge (33) ausgebildet ist.
     
    7. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 oder 6, wobei jedes Stützbein (14) mit einem Verbindungsabschnitt (15) ausgebildet ist, der vom Stützbein (14) nach außen gebogen ist.
     
    8. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 oder 7, wobei ein Isoliergehäuse (2) um den Anschlusshauptkörper (1) herum angebracht ist, ein Ende des Gehäuses (2) mit einer Perforation (21) in Ausrichtung mit der Buchse (12) ausgebildet ist, und zwei laterale Seiten des anderen Endes des Gehäuses (2) mit lateralen Kerben (22) ausgebildet sind, damit die Stützbeine (14) dadurch durchgeführt werden und sich nach außen erstrecken können.
     
    9. Drahtverbindungsanschlussstruktur nach Anspruch 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 oder 6, wobei der Anschlusshauptkörper (1) aus einer Metallplatte durch Stanzen und anschließendes Biegen hergestellt ist.
     


    Revendications

    1. Structure de borne de connexion de fil comprenant :
    un corps principal de borne (1), une extrémité du corps principal de borne (1) étant formée avec une section de connexion (11), le corps principal de borne (1) ayant en outre au moins une patte de support (14) s'étendant de la section de connexion (11) à l'autre extrémité du corps principal de borne (1), la patte de support (14) étant configurée pour être solidement reliée à une section de connexion de fil prédéfinie, la section de connexion (11) définissant une douille (12), le corps principal de borne (1) ayant en outre une plaque de butée élastique (13) s'étendant de manière oblique à partir de la section de connexion (11), caractérisée par le fait que la patte de support (14) est formée avec une section de positionnement (16) ; et un élément d'arrêt (3) solidement relié à la patte de support (14) par l'intermédiaire de la section de positionnement (16), une face d'arrêt (32) est formée sur un côté d'une extrémité de l'élément d'arrêt (3) proximale à la section de connexion (11) et orientée vers la douille (12), ladite face d'arrêt (32) étant positionnée dans un trajet de déplacement de la plaque de butée élastique (13) lorsqu'elle est sollicitée et déformée élastiquement par introduction d'un fil conducteur (4) dans la douille (12), ce par quoi la plaque de butée élastique (13) est empêchée, par ladite face d'arrêt (32), d'être davantage déformée et sollicitée, la quantité de déformation de la plaque de butée élastique (13) étant inférieure à une limite d'élasticité sans déformation permanente.
     
    2. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 1, dans laquelle le corps principal de borne (1) a deux pattes de support (14) et la douille (12) communique avec un espace entre les deux pattes de support (14), la plaque de butée élastique (13) s'étendant de manière oblique entre les deux pattes de support (14).
     
    3. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 2, dans laquelle la section de positionnement (16) est une structure en saillie qui fait saillie latéralement par rapport à la plaque de butée élastique (13), chacun de deux côtés de l'élément d'arrêt (3) étant formé avec un évidement (311) correspondant à la section de positionnement, la section de positionnement passant à travers l'évidement (311), puis se courbant transversalement, ce par quoi l'élément d'arrêt (3) est solidement relié entre les milieux des deux pattes de support (14).
     
    4. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 3, dans laquelle un canal (31) est formé sur une face de l'élément d'arrêt (3) distale par rapport aux deux pattes de support (14) en communication avec les deux évidements (311), ce par quoi la section de positionnement passe à travers l'évidement (311), puis se courbe pour s'étendre dans le canal (31).
     
    5. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 3, dans laquelle une section arrière en saillie (34) est disposée sur une face de l'élément d'arrêt (3) distale par rapport aux deux pattes de support (14), la section arrière (34) étant positionnée entre les deux évidements (311).
     
    6. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 1, 2, 3, 4 ou 5, dans laquelle une pente de guidage (33) est formée au milieu d'une face de l'élément d'arrêt (3), qui fait face à la douille (12).
     
    7. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ou 6, dans laquelle chaque patte de support (14) est formée avec une section de connexion (15) pliée vers l'extérieur à partir de la patte de support (14).
     
    8. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 ou 7, dans laquelle un boîtier d'isolation (2) est monté autour du corps principal de borne (1), une extrémité du boîtier (2) étant formée avec une perforation (21) en alignement avec la douille (12), deux côtés latéraux de l'autre extrémité du boîtier (2) étant formés avec des encoches latérales (22) pour permettre aux pattes de support (14) de passer à travers et de s'étendre vers l'extérieur.
     
    9. Structure de borne de connexion de fil selon la revendication 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ou 6, dans laquelle le corps principal de borne (1) est fait d'une plaque métallique au moyen de poinçonnage, puis de pliage.
     




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