Electrical connector assembly having a printed circuit board with soldering holes interconnected to a plurality of contacts

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  • US 8,512,071 B2
  • Filed: 03/16/2012
  • Issued: 08/20/2013
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/28/2011
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. An electrical connector assembly comprising:

  • an insulating housing having a plurality of grooves, a plurality of data terminal holes, and a plurality of power terminal holes;

    a PCB (printed circuit board) having a plurality of first soldering holes, a plurality of second soldering holes, a plurality of first contacts electrically connected to the first soldering holes, and a plurality of second contacts electrically connected to the second soldering holes;

    a plurality of power terminals fastened in the grooves of the insulating housing respectively, the power terminals each having a mating portion inserted into each of the power terminal holes, and the power terminals each having a soldering portion soldered in each of the first soldering holes;

    a plurality of data terminals fastened in the grooves of the insulating housing respectively, the data terminals each having a mating portion inserted into each of the data terminal holes, and the data terminals each having a soldering portion soldered in each of the second soldering holes; and

    an FFC (flexible flat cable) having an insulating layer for enclosing a plurality of first conductors and a plurality of second conductors;

    wherein the PCB is secured to the insulating housing, exposed ends of the first conductors are electrically connected to the first contacts, and exposed ends of the second conductors are electrically connected to the second contacts.

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