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Feb. A15, 1938. W. J. DUFFY 2,108,581 , ELECTRICAL QUTLE’T Filed Dec; lO, 1956 3 Sheets-Sheet l l I I I | | I I u | I I I | I l I I I | I I n |«l \ 4 l I | l ’ l I Áííorneys Feb. 15, 1938. W, J' DUFFY 2,108,581 v ELECTRICAL OUTLET Filed Dec. 10, 1936 3 sheets-sheet 2 , /2 î „La w„lL, à au 3 60 ä. l i, @__f@._ ÍnveníoT’ W12/Ziez- J By i ' l ' ì .Aíío‘rm'ays Feb. 15, 1938. W. J. DUFFY > 2,108,581 ELECTRICAL OUTLET Filed Dec. 1o, 1936 `ssheetsásneelf; s WQ-Zkier Jjz?fjïäentor By ` _ r ' ' Q A ?íorneys _ v'Pa-itented Feb. 15j, 19' 2,108,581 ` PATENT orifice " f_UNifrso Í'sTATEs _2,108,581 f ELECTRICAL OUTLET waiter J. Duiry, Nomi amen, N. J.- _ _ Application December 1o, 193s, sei-isi No. 115,231 _ _' i" claim. ici. ca_-142) invention appertains to new and useful squared as at i9. The spool 20 having the end circumferential ñanges 2I-22 is rotatable on the> particularly to a small compact cabinet -for elec-_ shaft i8 and a coiled ycompresslble spring 23 is I _ improvements in outlets for electricity and more trical sadirons. 5 _ ' convoluted on the shaft il and has one end The principal object ofthe present invention - engaged with the spool V2li and the other end with 5 - is to provide an iron» cabinet wherein an elec ' the shaft. Numeral 24 represents the iron cord trical socket is provided which can be used-for which is wound on the spool 20 by the spring 23 Y _supplying energy to any applianceincluding or and extends through the opening 25. in the parti ïaside from theiron housed by the cabinet. _ 4uit? Another important object of the invention ~is tion I4 to connect to the iron plug 25. which plug is supported on vthel outside of the »partition lo' _ ìto provide an iron cabinety in which a conductor i4 by spring clips 21. reel is provided on which the conductor cord of ' _. _ As shown in Figure 4 the upright I'I has the ' the iron can be wound. ' _ . ‘ `plate 2l of insulation' secured thereto and on These and various other important objects and !the side of the plate 2l opposed to the spool. _ '15. advantages of the invention will become appar-_` flange 2i are the conductor rings 29-30 through _ ent to the reader of the-following specification. « which the conductors of the cord 24' oi' the elec~ ’ Figure In the drawings:-_1 represents a front' _ elevational, ' view of trical supply cable are connected. _As is shown in Figure 6, the spool ñange 2l is provided with the contact brushes 3 |-32 there-V _20 -Figure 2 'represents' a frontelevational view of on for eugagerxientv with the rings 29-30, respec N, 0 lthecabin'et` with the closure in open position. v tively, and to the brushes II-IZ are connected the cabinet -with the closure in closed position. ' Figure 3 is a vertical sectional view, on the line 3~--3"oi Figure 1. ' _ » Figure 4 is a fragmentary horizontal sectional view on the line l-I of Figure 2. ' . ' Figure 5 is an inside elevational view of the _ the ends oi' the cord 24. v _ -v _ The portion il of the supplemental back wall ' il (see Figure 3) is provided with a _V-shaped t trough I3 for receiving the usual V-shaped rest 25 34 of _the electric iron l5. while a pair of4 spring detents 38-36 on the upper portion of the'parti Figure 6 isa side elevational view of the spool tionv I0 serve to hold the nose portion of the iron. end with the contact brushes thereon for engage The iron- is of conventional. design and‘has the' î30 ment with the rings shown in Figure 5., l y, _ usual socket 31 for receiving the connectorplug Figure 'l represents a front elevational view of a- modified form of cabinet in which the `socket ' The vertical edge portions of the> outer parts ~is on >the outside of the door. of the side walls S-S as well as the bottoni wall ' Figure 8 is a front elevational view of the cab 8 are provided with- a guide trough 38 for the '_inet shown in _Figure 'I showing the connector flexible closure 39 which can be slid upwardly supported on the internal partition of the cabi and rearwardly'between the back wall B and 5 selector rings of the electrical connector. - net._ 1 _ ‘ Referring to the drawings wherein like minier» ì . _als refer to like parts, it can be seen that numeral supplemental wall l0, that is, in thel space 40. A modified form of the invention is shown inV Figures 7 and 8 wherein the cabinet 4I is pro vided with a hinged closure 4_2 on which the elec tric socket “is located. It will be observed in side walls 9-19. ` Figure 2 that. the electrical socket lis located` supported within the caiíinet s is the supple- _ within the cabinet and on the partition“ -and mental back .wall i0 spaced' from'the back wall at this point it is denoted by reference charac 45- 6 and this back_wall i0 is provided with . afor- 4 5 generally refers tothe cabinet which consists of the back wall 6, top wall 1, bottom wall 0 and wardly extending upper wall portion il spaced from the top wall 1 and having a downwardly curved forward end portion i 2. The lower por tion of the supplemental wall i0 is disposed for-_ wardly as at I3 and then downwardly to form the vertical partition Il at the lower portion' of " ' ` _ 45 However, in the form ofthe invention shown in Figures ’I and 8 the socket I3 is located on ‘ the outside of the door 42 as it is only necessary to open the door l2 when the connector plug 44 is desired for use in connection with an ‘electric 50 ‘ iron or some other electrical appliance, where it the cabinet and to define the reel compartment _ will be supported by the spring clips 45-45 on i5 in' which are located the uprights iB_-I‘l in whichthe ends of the shaft I8 are disposed, the end of the shaft disposed to the upright I6 being the internal partition "of the cabinet Il. The cord 46' thereof extending throughvfthe opening u in the partition 4s to areei in ine cabinet and »as 'y 2,108,515: .2 l behind the partition, not shown inthe drawings, ‘ '* while the foregoing speemcation sets forth _the extensionv denninz in cooperation with the beck and top walls of the box-like‘strueture, »L_ iiexibleelosur'e slidably across invention in specific terms, it il to be understood way. the front of thebox-like structure and into'the that numerous changes in ‘the shape. ailé annil f, said the lower portion of the said false ` materials may be resortedto without departinz backguirie‘wiw,A wail being in the box from the spirit' and. scope of the invention as like structure anddispos'edjorwardiy then downwardly to meet the v bottom'oi’ the box-like structure and to define a compartment, amnduetor reel'y in the oompart- Y A cabinet structure eomprisins a box-like ment, and means'on the last-mentioned portion 10. 10 ture having an~ open front andineluding vmet -ofthe mise back wall adapted to. support an false .back wail in the box-likt!y ì claimed hereinafter. What is claimed isz-ß v 5 ' - _ I. ` ‘ ' and top walls, a structure in spaced relation to the back wall having relationatoforwardly the top wall, extending said false portion backinwall and - electrical connector having its conductor, .dis- Ã ` posed on the said reel. . " 4 ' vWAL'I'ER’» J. DUFFY.