Chemically attached coaxial connector

FIELD: chemistry.

SUBSTANCE: connector has a tubular terminal, a coupling sleeve, a housing element having a cylindrical bushing, and one or more reservoirs. The reservoirs consists of casings containing chemical components between the terminal and the cylindrical bushing. The chemical component is completely inside the casing. Entrance of a coaxial cable into the connector opens the reservoir, releases the chemical component and fastens the protective coating of the cable inside the cylindrical bushing. The chemical component can contain an adhesive, an expanding material and/or a substance which causes swelling of the protective coating of the cable. Two or more chemical components can be stored in two or more adjacent reservoirs.

EFFECT: design of more reliable sealing, putting a chemical component into a closed casing or housing prevents solidification or leakage of material.

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A related application

This application claims the priority of patent application U.S. serial No. 11/230437 registered on September 19, 2005

Prior art

The technical field to which the invention relates.

The present invention relates in General to connectors for coaxial cables used to attach the ends of the coaxial cables to the mating ports, and more specifically, to connectors for coaxial cables which can be installed on the ends of coaxial cables without the need for crimping tools, pressing tools or similar devices.

Prior art

Connectors, coaxial cables, such as coaxial connectors F-type, RCA-connectors and BNC connectors (miniature bayonet connectors), are often used to attach the ends of the coaxial cables to another object, such as an electronic device or a connection with a coaxial terminal port adapted to enter into engagement with such a connector. Various coaxial connectors require different types of mounting tools for use in place when attaching these connectors on the prepared end of a coaxial cable. For example, the ne structure of the coaxial connector, known as crimp connector, requires the use of a crimping tool for radial compression of the body of the connector at the end of the coaxial cable for secure attachment of the connector to the cable end. For other designs of the coaxial connector, known as the connector design axial compression requires the use of the tool axial compression to perform axial compression of the connector to secure the connector to the cable end. The need to transfer such mounting tools imposes an additional load on working in this field technicians responsible for the installation of such connectors. In addition, it requires time and experience in working in this field technicians to properly use such mounting tools for the proper installation of these connectors on the end of the coaxial cable. Working in this field techniques, lacking such experience is likely to install these connectors correctly, that would lead to a deterioration of the signal and the dissatisfaction of the customer.

Coaxial connectors are often installed outdoors where they are exposed to certain factors. Moisture inside such connectors usually affects the path of an electrical signal and prevents the reception of p is expressed signal. Humidity can also lead to leakage of the transmitted signal. Accordingly, manufacturers of coaxial connectors to be used outdoors or in other harsh environments, seek to ensure that such coaxial connectors form a water resistant seal that prevents the penetration of moisture from the outside after such connectors will be installed at the end of the coaxial cable.

When used in transmission systems on cable there are many sizes and thicknesses of the conductive braids of the cable jacket. Although manufacturers of coaxial connectors, from time to time, trying to produce so-called "universal" coaxial connector that can be used with many sizes and types of cables, in any case, working in this field of technology have to carry inventory several different types of coaxial connectors to cover the entire range of sizes and types of cables with which they are likely to encounter.

The invention

Shortly stating and in accordance with its preferred variant implementation, the present invention relates to a coaxial connector used to attach an end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port and includes a tubular conclusion, with edentulous clutch, cylindrical carcass member and one or more reservoirs for one or more chemical components. The first end of the tubular output adapted for insertion into the open end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric, directly beneath conductive sheath grounding of the coaxial cable. Coupling is preferably rotatable manner is engaged with the opposite second end of the tubular output and is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port. Cylindrical Cabinet element attached to the second end of the tubular output and includes a cylindrical sleeve, continuing around the first end of the tubular output and having an open end for receiving a prepared end of a coaxial cable. In addition, inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve is a tank containing a chemical component, in which the introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases the chemical component from the tank to secure the protective outer covering of the coaxial cable within the cylindrical sleeve of the connector.

In the first preferred variant of the invention, the chemical component is a component of edge the willow (binding material). The introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases the component of the adhesive (binder) from the tank. The binder material is in force between the protective outer coating of the cable and the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve so as to form an adhesive bond between them. Is preferred, though not necessary that the adhesive was a two-component bonding material such as resin and activating the catalyst. Accordingly, the first and second reservoirs containing first and second components of the binder material may be located, in General, close to each other within the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve; the introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases both of the first and second components of the binder material from their respective tanks, allowing the two components of the binder material to be mixed and react with each other, thus forming an adhesive bond between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve.

In the second preferred embodiment, the chemical component is an increase in the volume of the component, which initially occupies a relatively small volume prior to the release of his tank. The introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases this chemical component from a reservoir, and with this release chemical component greatly increases in volume, essentially filling at least a portion of the space between the protective outer coating of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve. Again increasing in volume chemical component can initially provide in the form of first and second separate chemical components within the first and second adjacent tanks, respectively. First and second chemical components are initially occupy a relatively small volume prior to release. The introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases the first and second chemical components from their respective tanks, allowing the first and second chemical components to be mixed and react with each other. The resulting chemical reaction produces a material of the filler is considerably larger filling essentially of at least part of the space located between the protective outer protective for the freight of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, thus blocking the end of the cable inside the connector and preventing moisture from entering into the open end of the cylindrical body.

In the third preferred embodiment, the chemical component is a component that chemically reacts with a protective outer layer of the coaxial cable, making such a protective coating to swell inside the connector. A reservoir containing a chemical component that is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve. After release from the reservoir resulting from the introduction of the prepared end of the cable chemical component spreads, comes into contact and chemical reaction with a protective outer layer of the coaxial cable, causing it to swell inside, and essentially to fill at least part of the space located between the conductive sheath grounding of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

If required, the above-mentioned chemical components (chemical components) can be provided in microencapsulated form to facilitate storage of such chemical components within the connector until then, until they are activated by the introduction of the prepared end of the cable.

The distance between the m of the preferred embodiments, briefly described above, the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve may include at least one annular ring, which is formed therein to assist in engagement of the binder material, increase in volume of the swellable material or area of the external protective coating protects the coaxial cable. Alternatively or in addition, the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve may include inward flange near its open end to facilitate engagement and maintaining engagement of the binder material, increase in volume of the swellable material or area of the external protective coating protects the coaxial cable.

Brief description of drawings

Figure 1 is a view in section of a coaxial connector according to the first preferred variant implementation of the present invention, comprising a two-component chemical system, and before the introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable.

Figure 2 is a view in section of the prepared end of the coaxial cable to be establishing inside of the connector 1.

Figure 3 is a view in section of the connector 1 and the prepared end of the cable 2 is just at the moment when the end of the cable inserted into the connector, until the destruction of the tank (R is Sarvarov) for chemical component.

4 is a view in section of the completely installed connector and cable, shown in figure 1-3.

5 is a view in section of a second preferred variant implementation of the present invention, in which a number of annular rim formed inside the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve of the body element.

6 is a view in section of a third preferred variant implementation of the connector of the present invention, in which the inner wall of the cylindrical sleeve of the body element includes an inward flange at its open end.

Fig.7 is a view in section of the preferred alternative implementation of the connector according to the present invention fully installed on the cable, in which chemical component causes swelling protects the outer protective covering of the coaxial cable.

Fig - view in section of the preferred alternative implementation of the present invention in the form of a coaxial connector BNC type.

Fig.9 is a view in section of the preferred alternative implementation of the present invention in the form of a coaxial connector RCA-type.

Figure 10 is a view in section of the preferred alternative implementation of the present invention in the form of a coaxial connector crimp type.

Figa-11E illustrate a method of forming a single component chemically the tanks, useful in the practice of the present invention.

Figa-12F illustrate a method of forming a two-component chemical tank, useful in the practice of the present invention.

Fig illustrates the preferred implementation of the present invention in the form of a coaxial connector F-type design axial compression.

Description of the preferred embodiments

In this description according to the first aspect of the disclosed coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, this coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by a protective outer coating, and the said connector includes in combination: a tubular output having a first end adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end; connecting the coupling member engages with the second end of the said tubular output, and coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port; a cylindrical Cabinet ale is NT having a first end and a second end where the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element gears mentioned tubular output close to its second end, and mentioned cylindrical sleeve has an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and a first reservoir containing a first component of the adhesive, and the first tank is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first component of the binder material from the first tank for the formation of the adhesive bond between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

In some embodiments according to the first aspect of the invention coaxial connector additionally includes a second reservoir containing the second component of the adhesive, which is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular turn the house and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, and in the General vicinity of said first tank in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first and second components of the adhesive from the first and second tanks, respectively, to form an adhesive bond between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve. In some embodiments of the invention mentioned first and second components of the adhesive reacts chemically with each other in contact with each other.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the first aspect of the invention the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve comprises at least one annular rim formed in it to help in the formation of compound with the first-mentioned adhesive.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the first aspect of the invention the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve includes an inward flange near its open end to help prevent seepage mentioned first component of the adhesive of the above-mentioned cylindrical sleeve.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the first aspect of the invention mentioned first component of the adhesive contains the I in the microcapsules, and microcapsules are located inside the tank.

According to the second aspect of the invention herein disclosed coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, this coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by a protective outer coating, and the said connector includes in combination: a tubular output having a first end adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end; connecting the coupling member engages with the second end of the said tubular output where the coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port; a cylindrical Cabinet element having a first end and a second end, the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element is engaged with the aforementioned tubular output close to its second end, moreover, the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve has an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and a first reservoir containing a first chemical component located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, in fact the first chemical component is first initial volume prior to release from the first tank, in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first chemical component from the first tank, the first chemical component increases in volume relative to the first primary volume, with the release of the first tank, filling essentially of at least part of the space between the protective the outer surface of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the second aspect of the invention the coaxial connector further comprises a second reservoir containing a second chemical component, located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve and in the General vicinity of said first tank, while the aforementioned second Khimich the ski component is the second original volume prior to release from the second tank, in which the introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first and second chemical components from the first and second tanks, respectively, and first and second chemical components increase in volume relative to their respective initial volume when the release of their respective tanks, filling essentially of at least part of the space located between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve. In some embodiments, the implementation of the mentioned first and second chemical components react chemically with each other in contact with each other.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the second aspect of the invention the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve includes at least one annular ring, which is formed therein in order to facilitate incorporation into engagement with the expanded scope of the aforementioned first chemical component after his release from the first mentioned tank.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the second aspect of the invention the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve includes an inward flange close to her on the indoor end, to help prevent seepage extended amount mentioned first chemical component of the above-mentioned cylindrical sleeve after his release from the first mentioned tank.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the second aspect of the invention mentioned first chemical component in the form of microcapsules, and the microcapsules are located inside the tank.

According to a third aspect of the invention herein disclosed coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, this coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by a protective outer coating, and the said connector includes in combination: a tubular output having a first end adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end; coupling containing the second end of the said tubular output, and coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port; a cylindrical Cabinet element with the first choice shall end and the second end, and the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element is engaged with said tubular output close to its second end, and mentioned cylindrical sleeve has an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and a reservoir containing a chemical component that is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, and mentioned chemical components react with the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable in contact with him, causing swelling mentioned protective outer coating, in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned chemical component from the reservoir to coming in contact with the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable, and makes a protective outer coating to swell inside, and essentially to fill at least part of the space located between the conductive sheath grounding of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the above-mentioned cilindrica the koi sleeve. In some embodiments, the implementation of the internal wall of the mentioned cylindrical sleeve includes at least one annular rim formed therein in order to facilitate the entrance into engagement with the swellable section of the external protective coating protects the coaxial cable.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the third aspect of the invention the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve includes an inward flange near its open end to facilitate engagement of swellable section of the external protective coating protects the coaxial cable.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the third aspect of the invention mentioned chemical components is presented in the form of microcapsules, and the microcapsules are located inside the tank.

According to a fourth aspect of the invention herein disclosed method of fastening the end of the coaxial cable inside the coaxial connector, with a coaxial cable includes a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the conductive sheath earthing and protective outer coating of the cable, and the method comprises the steps of: providing a coaxial connector, which includes a tubular conclusion, the housing having a cylindrical vtalk is, surrounding the tubular output and having an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable, and includes a coupling for attaching a coaxial connector to a coaxial port; introducing a coaxial connector between the tube outlet and a cylindrical sleeve, at least one of a chemical stored inside a fragile vessel, and the said step of introducing is performed before the issuance of such a coaxial connector to the end user; the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the open end of the cylindrical sleeve housing connector, opening a fragile vessel and release at least one chemical to flow within the annular space that is formed between the tubular pin and a cylindrical sleeve for fixing the coaxial cable within the cylindrical sleeve of the connector. In some embodiments of the invention, these steps are performed sequentially in the order listed above. In other embodiments, the implementation of these steps are performed in a different order, for example fragile tank can be opened, and at least a chemical substance can flow inside the annular space before the cable is inserted into the open end of the cylindrical sleeve housing connector.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention, the chemical substance is an adhesive (binder).

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention, the chemical substance includes two component binder material stored in two fragile tanks, and the aforementioned step of introducing includes the step of opening both fragile tanks due to the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable for mixing two components of the binder material.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention, the chemical substance is capable of increasing in volume sealant.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention, the chemical substance includes two able to increase the volume of the component sealing compound, stored in two fragile tanks, and the aforementioned step of introducing includes the step of opening both fragile tanks due to the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable to mix the two is capable of increasing in volume components of the sealant composition.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention the chemical forces protecting outer protective coating of the coaxial cable to swell in contact with him.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the fourth aspects is the invention the method further comprises attaching the protecting outer protective covering of the coaxial cable within the cylindrical sleeve of the connector could result in the release of such chemicals.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to a fourth aspect of the invention the method further comprises curing the released chemicals.

According to the fifth aspect of the invention herein disclosed coaxial connector designed for connection to a coaxial cable, the coaxial connector includes: a cylindrical housing containing an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole; a tubular element located inside the Central reamed holes and containing an outer wall, in which the outer wall and the inner wall of the cylindrical body define an annular space; and is able to break through the body located inside the annular space, and is able to break through the enclosure contains a fluid material, in which a cylindrical housing, a tubular element and is able to break through the casing adapted to be able able to break the body to break with the introduction of cable inside the annular space, and to allow fluid material to come into contact with the coaxial cable.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the fifth aspect of the invention, the flowable material is a liquid. In some the variants of implementation, the fluid is an adhesive (binder material). In some embodiments, the implementation of the binder material is cured into a solid form. In some embodiments, the implementation of the fluid has a first volume inside is able to break through the shell, and in which the liquid cures into a solid after escaping from able to break through the hull, and the solid body has a second volume that is greater than said first volume. In some embodiments, the implementation of the liquid after escaping from able to break through the shell causes the section of the cable to swell.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the fifth aspect of the invention, the cylindrical body includes a radial ridges compression, adapted for bending radially inward sufficient for clamping the coaxial cable.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the fifth aspect of the invention, the coaxial connector further comprises a unit that operates in compression, adapted to compress in the axial direction together with the cylindrical housing, to hold the coaxial cable.

In some embodiments, the implementation according to the fifth aspect of the invention, the flowable material is contained completely inside is able to break through the body, without direct contact with a cylindrical casing or tubular element, as long as able about yatsa case will not be broken.

Also assumed other objects and embodiments of the present invention, and it is not limited to the above-mentioned objects and variant embodiment of the invention.

Figure 1 is a coaxial connector constructed in accordance with the first preferred embodiment of the present invention, indicated in General by the reference position 20. The coaxial connector 20 is used to attach the end of the coaxial cable (such as shown in figure 2) to the coaxial port equipment, such as a threaded covering the coaxial port CATV (cable television), continuing from the television receiver. Although the coaxial connector 20 is illustrated as a coaxial connector F-type, other embodiments of the present invention include connectors BNC and RCA connectors-type, as shown in described below Fig and 9, respectively.

Referring to figure 2, we briefly note that the coaxial cable 22 includes a center conductor 24, which is surrounded by a dielectric material 26. In turn, the dielectric material 26 is surrounded by a conductive, metal shell grounding, or braid, 28, which serves as the outer conductor. For some types of coaxial cable thin metal foil (not p is cousin) glued to the outer wall of dielectric material 26 within the shell 28 grounding; moreover, the above-mentioned metal foil functions as the outer conductor. The shell 28 grounding similarly surrounded by an external protective coating 30, which is typically formed from a material polyvinyl chloride (PVC). In figure 2 the end of the coaxial cable 22 "prepared" for the introduction of a coaxial connector. The target area protects the protective coating 30 has been removed to expose the target area of the shell 28 of the ground, and the bare section 32 of the shell 28 grounding folded back over the end of the protective cover 30. The target area of the dielectric material 26 was also removed from the end of the coaxial cable 22 to expose the upper portion of the center conductor 24.

Returning to figure 1, note that the coaxial connector 20 includes a tubular output 34, which has a first end 36 adapted for insertion into the prepared end of the coaxial cable 22 around the dielectric material 26 and under the conductive shell 28 of the grounding cable 22. Tubular conclusion 34 also has an opposite second end 38, with the continuing thence enlarged shoulder 40. The coaxial connector 20 additionally includes coupling, one example of which is shown in the form of a clamping nut 42, rotating the image of the gear with the shoulder 40 on the second end 38 of the tubular in the water 34. Section 44 of the inner wall of the coupling nut 42 may be threaded for attachment of the connector 20 to the coaxial port of the equipment by way of well-known specialists in this field of technology.

The coaxial connector 20 also includes a cylindrical Cabinet element 46 having a first end 48 and an opposite second end 50. The first end 48 of the housing 46 has the shape of a cylindrical sleeve 52 having an inner wall 54, limiting Central reamed hole 56, which continues around the tubular output 34. A cylindrical sleeve 52 has an open end 58 for receiving a prepared end of the coaxial cable 22 (figure 2). In some preferred embodiments of the second end 50 of the housing 46 is connected with the second end 38 of tube 34 conclusion, for example, by press fit. Coupling 42 is preferably made of Nickel-plated brass and tubular output 34 is preferably made of tin-plated brass. The housing 46 can be manufactured from plastic or metal. If, for example, the housing 46 must be obitaemyy or otherwise deformable, the housing 46 is preferably made of Nickel-plated brass. If the body 46 made of plastic, the preferred plastic is a plastic material acetal, to istoricheskii thermoplastic polymer with a high melting point. Homopolymer form polyformaldehyde commercially available under the registered trademark DELRIN®, the company E.I. duPont de Nemours & Co. of Wilmington, Delaware (Wilmington, stdelivery) and their sales agents.

Still referring to figure 1, note that the first reservoir 60 is located within the annular space of the Central reamed holes 56 formed between the outer wall of the tubular output 34 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52. The first reservoir 60 is shown in figure 1 in the form of a toroidal, or formed in the shape of a wheel, container, preferably surrounding the tubular output 34. As will be explained in more detail below in connection with figa-11TH, you do not want the tank 60 has formed a complete, continuous ring; alternatively, the reservoir 60 may form part of a circle, a spiral design or the design of other forms.

For reasons that will be explained below, may also be required to provide a second reservoir 62, for example, in such a form, between the outer wall of the tubular output 34 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52, and adjacent to the first reservoir 60. Alternatively, each of the first and second reservoirs 60 and 62 can be provided in a semicircular form in the shape of half of a toroid, which are made with the possibility of education shall obyvaci complex toroidal shape. Other alternatives are described in more detail below in connection with figa-11TH and 12A-12F. In any case, the tanks 60 and 62 can be designed to have two or more such reservoirs within the annular space that is formed between the tubular output 34 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52. Each of these tanks 60 and 62 preferably can be positioned within the annular space that is formed between the tubular output 34 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52. Each of the tanks 60 and 62 can be wrapped around the outer wall of the tubular output 34.

Each of the tanks 60 and 62 contains one or more chemical components 57 and 59, respectively. Preferably these chemical components 57 and 59 as well as their resulting from the reaction product, are electrically non-conductive. Electrically conductive chemical components and/or reaction products can be used without impairing the functioning of the connector 20 provided that such chemical components and reaction products are retained within the annular space that is formed between the tubular output 34 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52. Were used electrically conductive chemical components, and were such chemical components, which is haunted seeping through the connection, formed between the housing element 46 and a tubular output 34, the inner wall 44 of the clamping nut 42, and formed a bridge to the center conductor 24 of the coaxial cable 22, while passing the desired signal cable could be at risk. External cladding or casing, tanks 60 and 62 are indicated on figure 1 by the reference positions 61 and 63, respectively, and made of able to break through, able to break and/or brittle material that is easily bent, broken or torn during its introduction into contact through the exposed section 32 of the shell 28 of the grounding contact with him. The housings 61 and 63 are made so thin as possible to facilitate the formation of ruptures when exposed section 32 of the shell 28 grounding twisted opposite of such casings, at the same time thick enough to hold them in chemical products up until the connector is not installed on the end of the coaxial cable. This action breakthrough facilitated by the application of compressive efforts, the transmitted inside the area limited by the housing 46, the output 34 and the shell 38 of the ground, for example, by prodigene in the axial direction of the end of the coaxial cable 22 into the housing 46. Preferably, the housings 61 and 63 broke right through the introduction of coaxial cable 22 inside the connector 20, although it may be possible to introduce an appropriate tool, tank connectors, the connector 20 in order to break through the housings 61 and 63 just before the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable 22 to the inside of the connector 20. The housings 61 and 63 are preferably made of electrically non-conductive material, although for education housings 61 and 63 can be used a metal foil without degrading the operation of the connector 20.

In some embodiments, the implementation of the contents of both tanks 60 and 62 is a fluid material. As used herein, the term "flowable material" is intended to include liquids (e.g., fill fluids as well as pastes, gels and other semi-solid materials, which can easily change its shape. In other cases, the contents of the tank 60 may be flowable, while the contents of the reservoir 62 may be in solid form (such as powder), or Vice versa. If required, the external wall of the tubular output 34 may have threads or ridges that formed it around the tanks 60 and 62 to assist in the mixing of the released chemical components, when the cable 22 is twisted inside the connector 20 during installation. If the contents of the tanks 60 and 62 represents the components of St is based on material or increasing in volume components, the tanks 60 and 62 are preferably made from a thin film of plastic material on the basis of polystyrene.

Referring now to figure 3, note that the prepared end of the coaxial cable 22 is partially inserted into the inner reamed hole 56 of the cylindrical sleeve 52. The first end 36 of the tubular output 34 has a wedge-shaped teeth 37 formed therein for passing through the dielectric material 26 (and, if necessary, through a thin layer of metallic foil affixed to the outer wall of dielectric material 26) and under the shell 28 of the ground. Prong 37 helps to prevent separation of the cable 22 of the coaxial connector 20. In the form shown in figure 3, the cable 22 is inserted just before the point of bringing the exposed section 32 of the shell 28 grounding in the position adjacent to the first reservoir 60, but which is not yet close enough to break through the first reservoir 60. In preferred embodiments, the implementation of the tanks 60 and 62 are provided in the form is able to break out of bags, each of which has a length, comprising at least one sixteenth of an inch.

In one preferred embodiment of the present invention, the reservoir 60 contains an adhesive (binder), useful in fastening of the end of the cable 22 within the connector 20. This binder mA is erial can be one-component bonding material, if you want to. For example, the contents of the tank 60 may be ethylcyanoacrylate, quick-drying binder material sold under the registered trademark "Instant Krazy Glue" (Krazy glue instant action). Alternatively, the reservoir 60 may include a first binder chemical product, while the reservoir 62 may contain a second binder chemical product, in which the two binding chemical product together constitute a two-component binder material, for example synthetic glue and activating the catalyst. When the contents of the tanks 60 and 62 is mixed, it produces a chemical reaction that activates adhesion.

With reference to figure 4, we note that the cable 22 is fully inserted and preferably twisted by half a turn; this action enables the shell 38 of the ground to break the tank 60; if the tank 62 is also present, the introduction and tightening of the cable 22 in the connector 20 also destroys the tank 62. As shown in figure 4, released binder 64 spreads over the protective coating 30 of the cable 22 and after curing is securely attached protective coating 30 to the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52. The binder material may be an adhesive epoxy or acrylic type, as disclosed in U.S. patent 5941736 issued on and what I Murakami, disclosure of which is thus incorporated herein by reference. Such a binder material, if required, can be provided in the form of microcapsules as disclosed in the aforementioned patent No. 5941736.

In one embodiment of the invention, the reservoir 60 contains microencapsulated fluid environment, called Dicyclopentadiene, or DCPD enclosed in tiny bubbles inside the tank 60. For the polymerization of DCPD must be in contact with the catalyst. One such catalyst is called catalyst verification, a catalyst based on ruthenium, which is open in the laboratories of Professor Robert verification (Robert Grubbs) at Caltech and which can be purchased in the Corporation Sigma-Aldrich Corp.of St. Louis, Missouri (St. Louis, stricture). This catalyst can be ensured inside the tank 62. When the reservoir 60 is broken microcapsules containing DCPD, also broken and are in contact with the catalyst of verification, which initiates the polymerization process. Alternatively, the components of the binder material contained inside the tanks 60 and 62, can be one of the two-component epoxy adhesives, which can be purchased from firms Epic Resins of Palmyra, Wisconsin (steveascension). As another example, component (chemical components) of the binder material can be a component of a type that can be purchased from the firm of ND Industries, Inc., rasmusen the St in Troy, Michigan (Troy, Michigan), under the product name ND Microspheres® 294, that is microencapsulated epoxy product. It is preferable to mix the binder material 64 (figure 4) had the characteristics of the seal and to form a continuous seal throughout 360 degrees between the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52, protective coating 30 of the cable and the exposed regions of the outer wall of tube 34 conclusion about its second end 38. Although only shown two tanks 60 and 62, if you want, you can use three or more adjacent containers to contain three chemical component, separated from each other, up until the end of the cable is not inserted into the connector 20. If required, the tanks 60 and 62 can be secured against movement within the annular space formed between the cylindrical sleeve 52 and a tubular output 34, for example, by pre-coating such surfaces with contact adhesive.

As noted above, the contents of the tank 60 and/or reservoir 62 may be components of a binder material. In another preferred embodiment, the reservoir 60 contains a chemical component, which initially occupies the first, a relatively small amount before it is released from the reservoir 60. The introduction of the prepared end of Oakvale cable 22 of the connector 20 releases this chemical component from the first reservoir 60; when the release from the reservoir 60 such chemical component interacts with the surrounding air and greatly increases in volume, essentially filling at least part of the space that is between protecting external protective coating 30 of the coaxial cable 22 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52, as shown in figure 4.

In the above-described preferred form of the increasing volume of the material is a two component chemical system; the first chemical component contained in the tank 60, and the second chemical component contained in the reservoir 62. The second chemical component in the same way a relatively small initial volume before it is released from the second reservoir 62. The introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable 22 to the connector 20 releases as the first chemical component from the reservoir 60 and the second chemical component from the reservoir 62. When the release of such first and second chemical components are mixed and react with each other; material produced by a chemical reaction, greatly increases in volume, filling essentially of at least part of the annular space that is formed between the protective coating 30 of the cable into the cable 22 and the inner wall 54 of cylindrical liners and 52. The above-mentioned chemical components of the expanding volume may also include adhesion and sealing characteristics to facilitate bond formation between the protective coating 30 of the cable and the cylindrical sleeve 52 and the pressurizing from moisture. The mixed material of the increased volume 64 (figure 4) preferably forms a continuous seal throughout 360 degrees between the inner wall 54 of cylindrical sleeve 52, protective coating 30 of the cable and the exposed regions of the outer wall of tube 34 conclusion about its second end 38.

Preferred chemical components that are designed to achieve the above-described characteristics of the expansion volume, include two-component expanding sealant polyisocyanurate, which can be purchased from the company Fomo Products, Inc. of Norton, Ohio (Norton, ,) under the registered trademark Silent Seal® NA. This product is adapted in such a way as to fill the small gaps and voids, expands and seals within a few seconds after mixing the two components and cures within one hour. Cured sealant is resistant to heat and cold, chemically inert, and preferably forms a seamless, continuous throughout 360 degrees abundant is their. Similarly, U.S. patent No. 6182868, assigned Fomo Products, Inc., disclosed two-component expanding polyurethane foam having a sealing and adhesive properties. The first component includes a polymeric isocyanate and peroperty, while the second component provides a resin, which may include Polyanin and catalyst. Another two-component expanding sealant polyurethane foam, which can be used can be purchased at American Industrial Supply Inc. of Burbank, California (stilborne) under the trademark "AMER-FOAM".

The advantage of using expanding foam sealant composition/binder material is that increasing the amount of material 64 of the filling compresses the protective coating 30 of the cable and a conductive shell 28 of the ground with respect to the outer wall of the tubular output 34; the resulting compressive force not only helps to secure the cable 22 within the connector 20, but also helps to ensure: 1) a reliable electrical connection between the shell 28 and ground tube output 34 and 2) sealing against the weather seal between the cylindrical sleeve 52 and a protective coating 30 of the cable. However, the compressive force is not required, and a simple protective cover that protects the party 30 cable by increasing the volume of material 64 filler in most cases will be sufficient to secure the cable 22 within the connector 20.

Figure 5 shows a coaxial connector 120, similar to the connector 20 to 1, but the connector 120 includes a cylindrical sleeve 152 having an inner wall 154, which is formed at least one annular rim, and preferably a series of annular rims/ridges 164 and 166 to assist in: a) the formation of compound released with a bonding material and/or b) the engagement of the enlarged volume of the filling material. If you want a tapered surface on the first end 136 of the tubular output 134 may include teeth 137 formed on it, for secure engagement of the conducting shell grounding of the coaxial cable, in particular, after the protective covering of the cable is strengthened by the expanded volume of the filling material.

Figure 6 coaxial connector 220 is similar to the connector 20 in figure 1, except that the connector 220 includes a cylindrical sleeve 252 that includes an inward flange 268 near its open end 258. The flange 268 is: a) to contribute to the prevention of infiltration released components of the binder material of the cylindrical sleeve 252; and/or (b) in order to help prevent leakage of the extended volume of filling material from the cylindrical sleeve 252.

In the use of the Ah, as discussed above, chemical products (chemical products)stored in the tank (tanks)contain the components of the binder material and/or increasing the volume of the sealing components. Additional preferred implementation of the present invention instead provides a chemical compound which stimulates the release swelling protects the outer protective covering of the coaxial cable, and this swelling is used for fastening the coaxial cable within the connector.

Referring to Fig.7, we note that it is coaxial connector 320 is similar to the connector 220 figure 6, except for the nature of the chemical component, initially stored in the tank 60. The connector 320 7 stores chemical component 257 within the outer casing 261 of the tank 260 (6), which upon release from the reservoir 260 and in contact with the material PVC protective cover 330 of the cable makes this PVC material to swell. In this embodiment of the invention, one-component chemical system can satisfy the requirement to cause such swelling, when the reservoir 262 (6) can be omitted. However, if you use two-component chemical system to cause such swelling PVC, the reservoir 260 contains the first chemical component 257, and cutting the storage tank 262 contains a second chemical component 259. Swollen mass of PVC material, indicated at 7 reference position 331, preferably essentially fills the gap, which originally existed between the protective coating 330 of the cable and the inner wall 354 of the cylindrical sleeve 352, blocking coaxial cable 322 inside the coaxial connector 320. Preferably swollen mass 331 PVC to form a continuous through 360 degree seal between the inner wall 354 of the cylindrical sleeve 352, a protective coating 330 of the cable and the exposed regions of the outer wall of the tubular output 334 near its second end 338. Inward flange 368 helps to keep the chemical agent that causes swelling inside of the cylindrical sleeve 352 and catch swellable section 331 of the protective coating 330 PVC cable when the swelling to secure the cable 322 inside the connector 320, and preferably forms around him throughout 360 degrees continuous seal.

Known chemical components intended to produce such a swelling material PVC, include methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), trichloroethylene, tetrahydrofuran, acetone, dimethylformamide and pyridine. One or more of these chemical products contained in the tank, such as those described above as the tanks 60 and 62, between the tubular pin and a cylindrical sleeve 352. the La these agents, causing swelling of the PVC may require different packaging materials, as mentioned above, the film of plastic material on the basis of polystyrene may be incompatible with some agents causing swelling of the PVC. For methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) preferred packaging materials include synthetic rubber EPDM (rubber-based copolymer of ethylene, propylene and diene monomer) (ternary copolymer of diene methylene, propylene, ethylene), polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and perfluoroelastomer (perfluorinated elastomer) FFKM Chemraz®. For acetone and pyridine are preferred packaging materials are polypropylene, polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)) and perfluoroelastomer FFKM Chemraz®. To dimethylformamide is the preferred packaging materials are polypropylene and polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE). For trichloroethylene are preferred packaging material of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and perfluoroelastomer Kalrez®. For tetrahydrofuran preferred packaging materials are perfluoroelastomer FFKM Chemraz® perfluoroelastomer Kalrez®.

Whatever chemical was selected from the above (i.e. binder, increasing in volume and/or causing swelling of the PVC substance), for such chemicals, there are some necessary features. First, the release of chemical substances should visualearning exothermic action to prevent the possibility of that connector will become too hot, for example so hot to cause burns to the skin installer. Secondly, chemical and surrounding the tank should be selected so that they were able to stay in the proper place inside the connector during transport and manipulation. Then the number of chemical substances should preferably be adequate to expand by an amount sufficient to fill the voids within the connector and effective formation of the seal. Number, viscosity and reactivity chemical substances must be selected to prevent immediate leakage of chemicals from the cylindrical sleeve when the release before it achieved the desired engagement between the connector and coaxial cable. Preferably, no portion of the chemical substance has not leaked from the coaxial connector either during or after installation therein coaxial cable. Preferably released chemical substance should be adapted to connect with PVC materials. Finally, when using the increasing in the volume of insulating material such material after curing should be impervious to moisture.

It should be understood that coaxial connectors, showing the installed figure 1-7, does not require any tools, such as tools axial compression or radial crimping tools for fixing the end of the coaxial cable within the connector. Similarly, such coaxial connectors do not require any axial compression of any abutting sliding image parts or radial deformation of the structure of the connector for fixing the end of the coaxial cable within the connector. However, it should be understood that the described construction of the coaxial connectors, including their respective fragile chemical tank (tanks), if required, can be provided in the form of coaxial connectors design axial compression or coaxial connectors radial crimp type, as disclosed binder, increasing in volume and/or causing swelling of the protective coating of the cable component chemical (chemical components) increases the strength characteristics and/or sealing of such coaxial connectors.

Fig illustrates the preferred implementation of the present invention in the form of a connector BNC type. The sleeve 452 of the housing of the connector surrounds the tubular output 434 and chemical tanks 460 and 462 are located between them in the manner described above. Cardys such tanks 460 and 462 are preferably can be positioned within the annular space, which is formed between the tubular output 434 and the inner wall 454 of the cylindrical sleeve 452. Each tank 460 and 462 are preferably can be wrapped around the outer wall of the tubular output 434. A cylindrical sleeve 452 proceeds forward for the output 434, ending in a cylindrical wall 474 of the ground. Bayonet coupling 470 rotating image attached around the cylindrical wall 474 of the ground. Bayonet coupling 470 has slots 471 and 472 formed therein for engagement of diametrically opposed conclusions mounting, continued from common port equipment BNC-type (not shown). The dielectric 478 supported within the cylindrical wall 474 of the ground to maintain the Central conductive pin 476. The Central pin 476 includes a Central passage 482 for receiving the mating follows the exposed end of the center conductor 24 of the coaxial cable 22 (figure 2). A cylindrical coil spring 480 provides a certain degree of sliding movement in the axial direction of the coupling 470 relative to the cylindrical wall 474 of the ground. Coupling 470 can to some extent be pulled out (i.e. to the left relative to Fig), compressing the spring 480 to hook the slots 471 and 472 on top of the above conclusions established who I am. When the installer releases the coupling 470, spring 480 slip coupling 470 back to its original position (i.e. back to the right relative to Fig) to maintain the coupling 470 in engagement with the port equipment. As in the case of the above-described embodiments, the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable 22 to the inside of the sleeve 452 connector cracks tank (tanks) to release its contents to secure the cable within the connector.

Fig.9 illustrates the preferred implementation of the present invention in the form of a connector RCA-type. Sleeve 552A housing of the connector surrounds the tubular output 534 and chemical tanks 560 and 562 are located between them as described above. As described earlier, each of the tanks 560 and 562 are preferably can be positioned within the annular space that is formed between the tubular output 534 and a cylindrical sleeve 552A. Each tank 560 and 562 can be wrapped around the outer wall of the tubular output 534. A cylindrical sleeve 552A continues forward at the conclusion 534, ending in a cylindrical front end 552B. The front end 552B has formed there the slot 586 to hook wall mating port equipment (not shown). The dielectric 578 supported within the front end is 552B to maintain Central conductive plug 576. The Central plug 576 includes a Central passage 582 for receiving the mating follows the exposed end of the center conductor 24 of the coaxial cable 22 (figure 2). As in the case of the previously described embodiments, the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable 22 to the inside of the sleeve 552A connector cracks tank (tanks) for releasing its contents to secure the cable inside the connector.

Figure 10 coaxial connector 620 F-type crimp type includes Cabinet element 646, tubular conclusion 634 and coupling 642. Connection sleeve 642 is shown in the form of a coupling nut having an internal thread 644. Cabinet element 646 includes an enlarged circular ridges 643, 645 and 647, formed on its outer wall which is radially compressed, conforming to industry standards, crimp tool after the prepared end of the coaxial cable 22 is inserted into the connector 620. Two-piece "like a sausage" concatenated tubular casing 660 is a spiral way inside the connector 620 between the inner wall 654 of the housing 646 and a tubular output 634 to contain the two-component chemical sealant. The casing 660 preferably can be positioned within the annular space that is formed between the tubular output 634 and the inner is Tenkai 654 housing 646. The casing 660 can be wrapped around the outer wall of the tubular output 634. As with other examples described above, it is preferable that such a two-component chemical sealant has been described above, increasing in volume, to fill any gaps and formation of continuous throughout 360 degree seal between the connector 620 and the outer protective coating protects the coaxial cable inserted into it. Cover 660 is divided into two separate sections 661 and 662, forming two respective tank. Sections 661 and 662 casing 660 broken when the end of the cable 22 is inserted into the connector 620, providing production, mixing, and preferably an increase in the amount of two chemical components that were stored in them, and continuous education for 360 degree seal between the protective coating of the cable and the inner wall 654 of the housing 646. Then combs 643, 645 and 647 are deformed radially inward using the hex crimp tool type in a known manner. The result is a compound having a high resistance to stretching and good sealing properties against moisture. Alternatively, depending on the injection end of the coaxial cable 22 (2), in order to break through sections 661 and 662 casing 600, you can also vstavlat the end of the coaxial cable 22 in the connector 620 without the mandatory destruction of sections 661 and 662; then crimp connector 620 using the above hex crimp tool type to radially deform combs 643, 645 and 647 inside, while destruction of sections 661 and 662 casing 600 during the crimping process through increased pressure applied to the casing 600 during such mechanical deformation.

Consider Fig on which the coaxial connector 920 F-type design axial compression includes Cabinet element 946, tubular conclusion 934 coupling 942 and a compression ring 947. The shape and purpose of the body element 946, tubular output 934, the coupling 942 and compression rings 947 may be such as described in U.S. patent No. 5997350. Coaxial connector 920 F-type design axial compression is mounted at the end of the coaxial cable using the appropriate industry standard tool axial compression. Coaxial connector 920 F-type design axial compression also includes two "like a sausage" mating tubular casing 960, located spiral way inside the connector 920 between the inner wall 954 housing 946 and tube output 934 for two-component chemical sealant composition. The casing 960 preferably can be positioned inside the annular space is nsta, which is formed between the tubular output 934 and the inner wall of 954 housing 946. The casing 960 can be wrapped around the outer wall of the tubular output 934. As in the case of other above-described examples, it is preferable that such a two-component chemical sealant was increasing in volume of the type described above, to fill any gaps and to form continuous throughout 360 degree seal between the connector 920 and the outer protective coating protects the coaxial cable inserted into it. The casing 960 divided into two separate sections 961 and 962, forming two respective tank. Sections 961 and 962 casing 960 broken when the end of the cable 22 (figure 2) is inserted into the connector 920, providing production, mixing, and preferably an increase in the amount of two chemical components that were stored there, and continuous education for 360 degree seal between the protective coating of the cable and the inner wall of 954 housing 946. Then the connector is inserted inside the tool axial compression to push the compression ring 947 to the coupling 942. The compression ring 947 includes a tapered annular wall 948, which gears wedge-shaped end 949 corps 946, deforming such wedge-shaped end 949 inside a relatively protective p the closure of the cable; this inward deformation of the wedge-shaped end 949 corps 946 additionally helps to keep the chemical sealant or other chemical components (chemical components) inside the connector 920. Again, the resulting compound has a high resistance to mechanical stretching, and good sealing properties against moisture.

The preferred method of formation of each of the tanks 60 and 62 (Fig 1) illustrates figa-11TH. On figa elongated section 701 of polystyrene or other suitable packing material has a sealed first end 702 and an open second end 704. The corresponding chemical 705 described above is placed inside sections 701 through the open end 704, as shown in figv. Then the second end 704 are formed and sealed, as shown in figs. The resulting completed the construction of the tubular casing can then be collapsed to form a curved partial ring 706, as shown in fig.11D and 11E. The second folded casing 707 shown in fig.11D, is intended for maintenance of the second chemical. These collapsed "like a sausage" filled casings can then be inserted in the above-described connectors between their respective cylindrical volcanii tubular conclusions. Each of these is filled casings can be placed inside the connector and can be wrapped around the aforementioned tubular output connector. Filled housings can be stacked in a pile, and each connector can be inserted so filled enclosures as necessary.

The preferred method of forming the structure of the enclosure dual tank, such as shown by the reference position 660 figure 10, is illustrated in figa-12F. On figa elongated section 801 of polystyrene or other suitable packing material has a sealed first end 802 and an open second end 804. The first suitable chemical 803 of the type indicated above is placed inside section 801, near its clamped end 802, through the open end 804, as shown in figv, filling approximately half of the section 801. Then section 801 spin around its Central point 806, to seal the chemical substance inside 803 section 805, as shown in figs. Mid-point 806 can be heated and hermetically seal if required. After that, the second chemical substance 807 is placed inside the rest of the sections 801 through the open end 804, as indicated on fig.12D. Then the second end 804 spin and hermetically sealed, as shown in figa, forming a second section 808 of the original tube 801. Get the Yu in the completed construction 809 can then be collapsed, to form a curved "like a sausage" body double tank spiral form shown in fig.12F, which can then be inserted in the above-described connectors between their respective cylindrical sleeves and tubular conclusions. In some preferred embodiments, the implementation of the reservoir has at least one spatial dimension (e.g. length, width, diameter etc), which exceeds one-twentieth of the diameter of the coaxial cable, whereby the tank can be easy to place inside a coaxial connector.

Specialists in the art can now appreciate what has been described an improved coaxial connector, which eliminates the need for conventional mounting tools in favor of easy manual installation. Open coaxial connector suitable for a wide range of types and sizes of cables, thus reducing the number of connectors required for adapting to various cables used on site. Disclosed chemicals securely attach the coaxial cable to the connector and simultaneously form a continuous through 360 degree seal between the protective coating of the cable and the housing of the connector to prevent longitudinal capillary distribution of moisture in the interior cha the TB connector.

Although the present invention has been described with respect to its preferred embodiments, such description is presented for illustrative purposes only and should not be construed as limiting the scope of the invention. For example, although the tanks 60 and 62 are shown as curved around a tubular output 34, such tanks can also, if you want to continue in the axial direction between the tubular pin and a surrounding cylindrical sleeve. As another example, the cover for the contents of one or more chemical components may have a tubular shape, such as spherical, ellipsoidal or polyhedral shape. Specialists in the art can make various modifications and alterations to the described embodiments without going beyond the true nature and scope of the invention as defined by the attached claims.

1. Coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, this coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by an external protective coating, and the said connector includes in combination
A. tubular conclusion, have the second first end, adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end;
b. connecting the coupling member engages with the second end of the said tubular output, and coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port;
c. cylindrical Cabinet element having a first end and a second end where the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element is engaged with said tubular output close to its second end, and mentioned cylindrical sleeve has an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and
d. the first fragile vessel, consisting of a first housing containing a first adhesive component, and the first fragile tank is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned the first adhesive component from the first casing of the first fragile tank, to form the adhesive bond between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, the first adhesive component is completely inside the housing without direct contact with the cylindrical body member or tube output up until the first casing is broken, and the first cover has at least one spatial larger than one-twentieth of the diameter of the coaxial cable.

2. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, in which the first mentioned adhesive component contained in the microcapsules.

3. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, in which the fragile vessel has at least one spatial larger than one-twentieth of the diameter of the coaxial cable.

4. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, in which a cylindrical hull element further comprises inward flange near the first end of the cylindrical body element.

5. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, in which the fragile vessel at least partially surrounds the tubular output.

6. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, in which the first fragile tank is a spiral manner within the cylindrical body element.

7. Coaxial connector according to claim 1, additionally VK is uchumi a second fragile tank, consisting of the second casing and containing a second adhesive component located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, and mostly near the first mentioned fragile vessel in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first and second adhesive components of the casings of the first and second fragile tanks, respectively, to form an adhesive bond between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

8. Coaxial connector according to claim 7, in which the first and second fragile tanks placed inside the cylindrical body element.

9. Coaxial connector according to claim 7, in which the first and second fragile tanks formed from the coupled tubular casing.

10. Coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, this coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by a protective outer coating, and the said connector includes in combination
a. tubular conclusion, with the first to the EC, adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end;
b. connecting the coupling member engages with the second end of the said tubular output, and coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port;
c. cylindrical hull element having a first end and a second end, the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element is engaged with said tubular output close to its second end, and mentioned cylindrical sleeve has an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and
d. the first fragile reservoir containing a first chemical component located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, in fact the first chemical component is first initial volume prior to the release of the first fragile tank, which is the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first chemical component from the first fragile tank, the first chemical component increases in volume relative to the first original volume when the release of the first fragile tank, filling, essentially, at least part of the space located between the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

11. Coaxial connector of claim 10, further comprising a second fragile reservoir containing a second chemical component, located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve and in the General vicinity of said first fragile tank where the above-mentioned second chemical component is the second original volume prior to the release of the second fragile tank in which the introduction of the prepared end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned first and second chemical components from the first and second fragile tanks, respectively, and first and second chemical components increase in volume relative to their respective initial volume when the release from their respective tanks, filling, essentially, at least part of the space between the protective outer coating of coaxials the first cable and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve.

12. Coaxial connector designed to connect the end of the coaxial cable to the coaxial port, where the coaxial cable has a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the dielectric is surrounded by a conductive sheath grounding, and a conductive shell of the earth is surrounded by a protective outer coating, and the said connector includes in combination
a. the tubular output having a first end adapted for insertion into the end of the coaxial cable around the dielectric and under the conductive shell of the earth, and mentioned tubular output has the opposite second end;
b. connecting the coupling member engages with the second end of the said tubular output, and coupling is used to attach the connector to the coaxial port;
c. cylindrical Cabinet element having a first end and a second end where the first end of the said cylindrical body element includes a cylindrical sleeve having an internal wall bounding a Central reamed hole, continuing around the mentioned tubular output, the second end of the said cylindrical body element is engaged with said tubular output close to its second end, and mentioned cylindrical sleeve and eat open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable; and
d. a reservoir containing a chemical component that is located inside the cylindrical body member between the tubular pin and the inner wall of the aforementioned cylindrical sleeve, and mentioned chemical components react with the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable in contact with it, causing the swelling mentioned protective outer coating, in which the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable into the connector releases mentioned chemical component from the reservoir to coming in contact with the protective outer layer of the coaxial cable, and makes a protective outer coating to swell inside and, essentially, to fill at least part of the space located between the conductive sheath grounding of the coaxial cable and the inner wall of mentioned cylindrical sleeve.

13. Coaxial connector 12, in which the mentioned chemical components is presented in the form of microcapsules.

14. The method of fastening the end of the coaxial cable inside the coaxial connector, with a coaxial cable includes a center conductor surrounded by a dielectric, the conductive shell of the earth and the outer protective covering of the cable, and the method comprises the steps:
a. ensure the coaxial connector comprising a tubular pickup is, a housing having a cylindrical sleeve surrounding the tubular output and having an open end for receiving the end of the coaxial cable, and includes a coupling for attaching a coaxial connector to a coaxial port;
b. the introduction of a coaxial connector between the tube outlet and a cylindrical sleeve of at least one chemical substance that is stored inside the casing, and the said step of introducing is performed before the issuance of such a coaxial connector to the end user;
c. introduction the end of the coaxial cable into the open end of the cylindrical sleeve housing connector, open the bonnet and release at least one chemical to flow within the annular space that is formed between the tubular pin and a cylindrical sleeve, for securing the coaxial cable within the cylindrical sleeve of the connector, and at least one chemical substance is completely contained within the enclosure without direct contact with the casing or pipe output up until the cover is not open, and the casing has at least one spatial larger than one-twentieth of the diameter of the coaxial cable.

15. The method according to 14, in which the chemical causes the protective outer coating of the coaxial CA the El to swell in contact with him.

16. The method according to 14, in which at least one chemical substance expands in volume, thereby compressing the protective covering of the cable and the conductive shell of the earth relative to the tubular output.

17. The method according to 14, in which the chemical substance is an adhesive.

18. The method according to 17, in which the chemical substance includes two component adhesive stored in two housings, and in which the said step of introducing includes the step of opening both casings due to the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable, for mixing the two components of the binder material.

19. The method according to 14, in which the chemical substance is capable of increasing in volume sealant.

20. The method according to claim 19, in which the chemical substance includes two able to increase the volume of the component sealing compound, stored in two housings, and in which the said step of introducing includes the step of opening both casings due to the introduction of the end of the coaxial cable, for mixing the two is capable of increasing in volume components of the sealant composition.

21. Coaxial connector designed to connect to a coaxial cable and coaxial connector contains
A. a cylindrical housing containing an internal wall of the exhaust gas is anciaux Central reamed hole;
b. tubular element located inside the Central reamed holes and containing an outer wall, in which the outer wall and the inner wall of the cylindrical body define an annular space;
c. able to break through the body located inside the annular space, where able to break the housing contains a fluid material, the fluid material is completely contained within is able to break through the body without direct contact with a cylindrical casing or tubular element up until able to break the case is not broken, and the first fragile tank has at least one spatial larger than one-twentieth of the diameter of the coaxial cable; and
d. in which a cylindrical housing, a tubular element and is able to break through the casing adapted to be able able to break through the body to break with the introduction of cable inside the annular space, and to allow fluid material to come into contact with the coaxial cable.

22. Coaxial connector according to item 21, in which the cylindrical body further comprises inward flange near the first end of the cylindrical body element.

23. Coaxial, soedinitelno item 21, which is able to break through the enclosure at least partially surrounds the tubular output.

24. Coaxial connector according to item 21, which is able to break through the casing is a spiral manner within the cylindrical body element.

25. Coaxial connector according to item 21, in which the flowable material is a liquid.

26. Coaxial connector A.25, in which the fluid has a first volume inside is able to break through the shell, and in which the liquid cures into a solid after escaping from able to break through the hull, and the solid body has a second volume that is greater than said first volume.

27. Coaxial connector A.25, in which the liquid after escaping from able to break through the shell causes the section of the cable to swell.

28. Coaxial connector 15, in which the liquid is an adhesive.

29. Coaxial connector according to clause 16, in which the adhesive is cured into a solid form.



 

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FIELD: instrument making.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to the coaxial cable end pressure-sealed connector, the cable being furnished with a central core enclosed in dielectric layer enveloped by current-conducting grounding braid, in its turn, enveloped by outer protective sheath. The pressure-sealed connector comprises a casing with the first and second end parts. Note that an inner channel is formed in the said casing. The connector comprises also a cylindrical support furnished with the first and second end parts. The former is designed to enter between the coaxial grounding braid and coaxial cable dielectric. A part of the said cylindrical support is designed to abut on the casing, over the inner channel part. The pressure-sealed connector incorporates also a crimp element with the first and second end parts. The first features an outer surface and narrowing inner surface, the outer surface abutting on the inner channel part that belongs in the casing fist end part. The proposed connector incorporates also a circular element with the first and second end parts and cylindrical inner surface. Note that the fist end part of aforesaid circular element can contact the crimp element narrowing inner surface.

EFFECT: simplified and more accurate assembly and mounting.

37 cl, 23 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: invention is intended for proper attachment of coaxial cable and for providing first electric contact with metal braid forming inner cable screen and second electric contact with central cable cord. Connecting device contains base with hollow for direct connecting of preliminary partially stripped end of coaxial cable being attached. In the hollow contact plate is located which is drawn in one direction with hollow and is intended for coaxial cable positioning between its outer shell and screen. Also contact rod is located in this hollow for connection with central cord of coaxial cable. Also the device contains cover for fixing on base in closed position. The cover contains at least one cable lock which is in close proximity to contact plate in closed position in order to catch outer insulating shell of cable placed opposite to contact plate.

EFFECT: simplification of device operation.

36 cl, 6 dwg

The invention relates to the field of electrical engineering

Wall outlet // 2213397
The invention relates to electrical engineering and can be used to connect a telephone or an information pair cables

The invention relates to a plug connector, in particular for installation of telecommunications systems and computer engineering in buildings

The invention relates to a node formed by coupling a coaxial cable and the receiving coaxial connector

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: plug or socket adapter includes easy-to-manufacture strong locking hook which can be made from other material in comparison to the adapter itself. This locking hook is made in the form of separate element installed in erection space of the adapter housing.

EFFECT: high protection degree of plugs and sockets.

14 cl, 44 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: contact-free double-channel transformer connector includes diving and instrumental parts including phone and microphone channels made in ferrite semi-transformer pans placed stepwise in two parallel planes. Step height and distance between ferrite pans are selected so that isolation ratio between microphone and phone channels is 80 dB or more in disconnected position of the connector.

EFFECT: stable duplex connection between divers by using connector in onboard communicator.

2 dwg

Electric connector // 2388121

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: electric connector comprises the first part of plug connection or plug socket (2) and the second part of plug connection or plug (3) intended for electric connection by relative displacement of parts (2, 3) of plug connection along connection axis (X). The first part (2) of plug connection comprises the first guide facilities (16, 26), which interact with the second guides means of connection element (43) in the second part (3) of plug connection to provide for displacement of connection element relative to the first part of plug connection. The second part (3) of plug connection comprises body (33) with the third guide facilities, which interact with connection element (43) for displacement of connection element relative to body along axis of connection (X), and elastic facilities that cause motion of connection element relative to body.

EFFECT: invention provides for the possibility, notwithstanding the ranges of allowance, to guarantee tightness of connection along border surface of connector, to perform connection and disconnection operations, which do not require application of tools.

11 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: electrical engineering.

SUBSTANCE: invention can be used in medicine, in particular for connecting electric vacuum lines with apparatuses for physical therapy. Proposed connector assembly comprises plug (1) and socket (2) arranged in casings (4) and (5). It incorporates union (3) representing a metal tube and split terminal (9). Union (3) is fitted in bores of isolators (11) and (12) and rigidly secured in isolator (12) of socket (2). Front end of union (3) makes a split joint with polymer tube (18) arranged in cylindrical bore (20) of split terminal (9). Opposite end of aforesaid union has polymer tube (19) to create vacuum or feed gaseous or fluid media. Casing (4) of plug (1) is furnished with sleeve (6) furnished with grooves (7) and cylindrical bore (8) to receive split terminal (8) fastened thereon by nut (10).

EFFECT: smaller sizes.

3 cl, 1 dwg

FIELD: physics; communication.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to devices for transmitting data between system components. An integrated seal assembly and a coaxial cable system component include a seal assembly (60) with a connector for connecting to a connector with a male thread. The seal assembly includes a bellows type seal having an elastically deformable tubular casing and several pressure sealing surfaces, as well as a non-detachable connection section (65) lying between an outer end and a rear end (59), which enables axial deformation of the seal under a force directed on the axis. One of the pressure sealing surfaces is meant for griping the corresponding surface of a nut (40) with a female thread or casing. The component can be joined to the connector with a male thread using the connector with the female thread. The rear end (68) of the seal is tightly worn onto the connector and the pressure sealing surface of the seal can form in the axial direction a pressure tight joint with the projection of the connector, while the casing of the seal covers bare threaded part of the connector.

EFFECT: invention increases protection of ports and links from corrosion and dirt and increases quality of transmission.

25 cl, 26 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: invention is related to the field of plug-in connection of coaxial lines. Cable plug (30) for coaxial cable (47), in particular to circularly corrugated outer conductor, includes electroconductive body (33), which concentrically surrounds isolated internal conductor (31) arranged in body, and also facilities for fixation (34, 35, 36), which allow for electric and mechanical connection of outer conductor with body (33) of cable plug (30). In such cable plug, especially simple design and especially easy assembly are achieved due to the fact that facilities for fixation (34, 35, 36) simultaneously with fixation create sealing joint between outer conductor of coaxial cable and body (33) of cable plug (30).

EFFECT: invention provides for simplified assembly and cheap design of connector.

21 cl, 8 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to electrical engineering and can be used in components of data transmission systems. Connector (10) includes a packing unit (60) for connecting a coaxial cable (12) with an end connection (100) with a male thread. The packing unit includes a bellows-type sealer, with an elastically deformed pipe-shaped case and several sealing surfaces, as well as a non-detachable connection section (65), situated between the external end (58) and rear end (59), which enables axial deformation of the sealer under the effect of a force, directed on the axis. One of the sealing surfaces is meant for holding the corresponding surface of the nut (40) with a female thread. The nut with and attached sealer form a single packing unit. A connector (10) for a coaxial cable includes the case (20) for the connector. One end of the case is attached to the coaxial cable (12). The packing unit is attached to the other end with provision for rotation. The connector can be joined to the end connection with a male thread using the nut of the connector, which has a female thread. The rear end of the sealer is tightly put onto the end connection, and the sealing surface of the sealer can form a tight joint with the projection of the end connection in the axial direction, when the case of the sealer covers the exposed threaded part of the end connection. When screwing the nut onto the end connection, the sealer contracts along the axis, in accordance with different distances between the connector and the projection of the end connection. The sealer can expand, thereby allowing the second sealing surface to get into contact with the smooth surfaces of the end connection with different outer diametre and form a tight joint with it. Versatility of the sealer allows an operator to use the same connector with various end connections with male thread, without fear for poor sealing of the joint or poor connection due to an unsuitable sealer.

EFFECT: increased reliability and wider operational functionality.

32 cl, 21 dwg

FIELD: electricity.

SUBSTANCE: unit of joining contains the first and the second parts of connector, which are installed accordingly in detachable and board units of plug connection, bracket installed in detachable unit, and spring. Unit is additionally equipped with jacket and bracket installed in board unit. The first and the second parts of connector are tightly installed in vessels located inside jacket arranged in the form of cartridge. Jacket is equipped with supports that are tightly fixed in openings arranged on its side surface between the first and the second parts of connector and having axes that are evenly located in plane that is perpendicular to longitudinal axis of mentioned jacket. Jacket and vessel of the second connector part are equipped with shanks installed in brackets by means of adapters with external spherical surface that interacts with internal spherical surface of mentioned brackets. Spring is installed inside jacket between its bottom and vessel of the first connector part. Vessels of the first and second connector parts are sealed in relation to jacket.

EFFECT: higher reliability of joining unit operation.

1 dwg

FIELD: electrical engineering; multiphase high-voltage connectors.

SUBSTANCE: proposed multiphase high-voltage connector assembled of two mating parts (plug and socket) has current-carrying contacts and bushing insulators in each connector part which are made in the form of diaphragm with insulating members about each current-carrying contact of connector. Insulator of each connector part is made of flexible polymeric insulating material, primarily of silicone rubber with inner surfaces reinforced by solid insulating plate mainly of glass-epoxy sheet. Diameter of holes in reinforcing plate for current-carrying contacts equals outer diameter of insulating components.

EFFECT: enhanced operating reliability of connector.

2 cl, 2 dwg

FIELD: electrical connector and method for connecting coaxial cable lead to terminal.

SUBSTANCE: proposed connector has nut incorporating receiving port for connection to terminal. Nut also has circular clip. Connector also has base member one of whose ends is provided with projection to be inserted through clip hole. Other end of base member incorporates part of inner surface. Connector also has support with flange and body. Support is free to move for compressing external cable conductor and shell with support body and part of inner surface to obtain distal compression. Tightening nut with terminal compresses projection between support flange and circular clip to obtain proximal tightness.

EFFECT: enhanced tightness, reduced manufacturing and maintenance charges.

10 cl, 11 dwg

FIELD: plug connectors for cables of subsurface workings of mines.

SUBSTANCE: proposed cable-terminating plug forms hollow plug socket of brass whose hollow section on cable end forms cable entry hole and has supporting collar that functions to support male connecting member projection in axial direction. Cable entry hole is provided with inner thread for turning in metal tetrahedron that has through hole for cable entry. Cable screen or armor can be placed between through hole and cable sheath to ensure adequate grounding of cable and cable plug. Inner space of plug socket is sealed by means of shaped part molded on cable sheath, on plug socket, and on polyhedron. Shaped part is also used for securing cable in axial direction on plug socket.

EFFECT: ability of long-time service in damp media due to reliable sealing attained by simple means.

13 cl, 3 dwg

FIELD: cable jointing devices.

SUBSTANCE: cable jointing box provided with through duct to receive respective cable end mounts cup-shaped electric contact whose edge forms hold-down ring tightly enclosing reduced-diameter box section. Naked conducting member is placed between electric contact and box section. Hold-down ring is squeezed to tighten up joint between duct wall and cable sheath. Tightening sleeve is capable of holding two boxes, each being connected to cable through respective electric contacts. Sleeve provides for tight joint between interrelated cable parts in region bounded by sleeve and boxes.

EFFECT: enhanced quality of wire-to-cable joint.

8 cl, 10 dwg

FIELD: electrical engineering; drilling and servicing inclined and horizontal oil-gas wells.

SUBSTANCE: proposed cable connector specially designed to prevent ingress of conducting medium (drilling mud) into its interior thereby ensuring reliable insulation of contacts from environment and preventing electric current leakage (leakage resistance being minimum 50 - 100 Megohms), or poor contact between connector mating parts has pin section and jack section with contact members inside them, as well as membrane. Jack section is made in the form of cylindrical shroud with stepped inner space accommodating contacts made in the form of flexible split rings secured on flexible cross-arms, flexible membrane disposed at pin section joint, and spring-loaded sealing ring mounted within shroud for displacement. Inner space of jack section is filled with insulating liquid. Cylindrical pin section has conical end; diameter of pin cylindrical part is larger than inner diameter of sealing ring.

EFFECT: enhanced tightness and reliability of contact between mating parts of connector.

1 cl, 4 dwg

FIELD: electrical engineering.

SUBSTANCE: proposed junction module has independent connecting member inserted in jacks which are connected to modular members incorporated in operating and protective equipment of transformer substations and power distribution systems. Each connecting member has external flexible shroud accommodating conducting ring wherein plurality of conducting parts are installed and passed through ring channels. Mentioned conducting parts are assembled in bundle for its axial displacement and turning in ring which makes it possible to wire and connect them to respective contact leads provided in jacks and related to each of adjacent members.

EFFECT: eliminated leakage of protective gas during junction due to reliable sealing and insulation of joint.

6 cl, 7 dwg

FIELD: electrical engineering; electrical connections to supply power to submersible pump motor for extracting stratum liquid.

SUBSTANCE: proposed cable extension-cord box of submersible motor cable line that suffers in operation high hydrostatic pressure and temperature has box proper accommodating cable fixed in position by means of fastening member; cable has conductors and terminal block provided with holes to receive cable lugs and conductors connected to them; at least one of joints between cable conductors and lugs is disposed in terminal block hole at distance L ≥ 0.5 d, where d is cable conductor diameter, from butt-end surface of block disposed closer to supporting member additionally installed in cable box and provided with holes to receive cable conductors.

EFFECT: enhanced reliability and service life, enlarged functional capabilities of device.

20 cl, 8 dwg, 1 tbl

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