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March‘ 8, 1938.
R. A. TOELKE
2,110,513
ELECTRICAL CONNECTER
Filed June‘ 29, 1957
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Patented Mar. 8, 1938
PATENT'o-FFICE
UNITED STATES
2,110,513
ELECTRICAL CONNECTEB
Ralph August Toelke, Cincinnati, Ohio
Application June 29,1937, Serial No. 151,030
1 Claim.
(Cl. 173-340)
This invention relates to electrical connecters
cable 23 is engaged in the socket l2 and the con
ductors 24 of the cable are engaged by the set
and has for an object to provide a device of this
character which may be substituted for conven
tional outlet boxes in wiring systems, and which
will be formed of 'a few strong simple and dura
screws l5 and I6.
cover is secured to the block by set screws 21.
ble par-ts, which will be inexpensive to manufac
ture, and which will not easily get out of order.
With the above and other objects in view the
invention consists of certain novel ._details of
construction and combinations of parts herein
10 after fully described and claimed, it being under
stood that various modi?cations may be resorted
to within the scope'oi the appended claim with
When applying the electrical connecter the
service cable 23 may be inserted in the socket l2
and-the set screws l5 and I6 tightened to pene
trate the insulation thereof and engage the con- 10 ‘
ductors 24. The block may now be secured in
place by the screws 25. The outlet cable 2| may
now be trained through the opening II. The
‘cover 20 is then applied,‘ and secured in place by
tightening the screws 21 during which operation 15
the insulation of the cable 2| is penetrated by the
out departing from ~the spirit or sacrificing any
the advantages of the invention.
15 of In
the accompanying ‘drawing forming part of
this speci?cation,
screws l3 and M. which latter engage the con
ducto'rs 22 of the cable and through the instru
mentality of the conductor wires l4 and I1, elec
trically connect the outlet cable to the service 2e
‘
Figure l is a perspective view of an electrical
connecter constructed in accordance with the im
cable.’
From the above description, it is thought that
vention.
Figure’ 2 is a plan view of the electrical con
necter with the cover removed.
Figure 3 is a longitudinal sectional view of the
the construction and operation of the invention
will be fully understood without further ex
planation.
25
electrical connecter.
"
Referring now to the drawing
in which, like
characters of reference designate similar parts in
the various views, the electrical connecter
is shown
I l opening
to comprise a block Ill having a recess
What is claimed is:
i
An electrical connecter comprising a, block hav
ing a recess opening through the‘iront and lateral
v
through the front and lateral sides thereof. The
block is provided with a socket l2 disposed per
pendicular to the recess and opening through one
end of the block.
'
The therethrough and into the walls 26. The 5
passed
, _
Stationary pins l3 and M are imbedded in the
block and project from the bottom wall of the
recess ll. Setscrews l5 and I6 extend into the
socket from opposite sides thereof, as best shown
sides thereof, there being a socket disposed in the
block perpendicular to the recess and opening 30
through one end of the block, stationary pins in
the block projecting from the bottom wall of the ‘
~ recess, set screws extending into the socket from
opposite sides thereof, a conductor electrically
connecting one of the set screws with one of the 35
pins, a conductor electrically connecting the other
the other pin, said socket being
The set screw i5 is electrically con-. -set
screwtowith
adapted
receive a cable, said set screws being
in Figure 3.
nected to the stationary pin l3 by a conductor adapted to engage the conductors of the cable
and electrically connect them with. the pins, and 40
wire I]. The set screw I6 is electrically con
nected to the stationary pin 14 by a conductor a cover for the block provided with a projection
wire
iii.
A cover
IQ for the block is provided with a
projection 20 which enters the recess H and
clamps a cable 2| in the recess. The stationary
pins penetrate the insulation of the cable'and en
gage the conductors 22 or the cable. “The service
adapted to enter the recess and clamp a cable in
the pins'penetrating the insula
the block with
tion of the cable and engaging the conductors of
the cable.
RALPH A. TOELKE. 45
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