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  • Lake Orion, MI
  • Elizabethtown, PA
  • Spring, TX
  • Harrisburg, PA
  • Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
  • Oakland, MI
  • Orange, CA
  • Houston, TX
  • 1300 Erin Way, Lake Orion, MI 48362

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Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Kirk Ulery

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Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Automotive

Publications

Us Patents

Electrical Terminal Having Means For Mounting Electrical Circuit Components In Series Thereon And Connector For Same

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US Patent:
4772225, Sep 20, 1988
Filed:
Nov 19, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/122961
Inventors:
Kirk D. Ulery - Mount Joy PA
Assignee:
AMP Inc - Harrisburg PA
International Classification:
H01R 1366
US Classification:
439620
Abstract:
An electrical terminal having electrical circuit components mounted in series thereon comprises a body section having terminal sections extending outwardly from each end, the terminal sections being adapted to be electrically connected to complementary conductive means of other respective electrical articles. The body section includes at least one component-receiving portion having a first section and a second section initially integrally joined by a severable section. A dielectric housing means is secured to the body section, the housing means having a component-receiving aperture therein associated with each of the component-receiving portions, the first and second and severable sections initially being exposed along a bottom surface of the aperture. The housing means is adapted to permit severing of the several section, thus electrically disconnecting the associated first and second sections. An electrical circuit component having respective first and second contact means can be joined in series along the circuit path to corresponding first and second sections of the component-receiving sections thus permitting means for altering an electrical signal as it passes through the terminal.

Space-Saving Insulation Displacement Type Interconnect Device For Electrically Coupling A Ribbon Connector To A Printed Circuit Board

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US Patent:
5188536, Feb 23, 1993
Filed:
Mar 16, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/851839
Inventors:
James J. Ganthier - Spring TX
Kirk D. Ulery - Spring TX
Assignee:
Compaq Computer Corporation - Houston TX
International Classification:
H01R 909
US Classification:
439 83
Abstract:
A surface mountable insulation displacement type connector for electrically coupling an end portion of a connector ribbon to a spaced series of surface mounted electrically conductive contact pads on a printed circuit board has an elongated base portion through which the central body sections of a longitudinally spaced series of metal contactor pins transversely and slidably extend. The pin body sections have bifurcated, barbed top end portions disposed above a top side of the connector base portion, and transversely enlarged bottom end portions disposed below the bottom side of the base portion. The base portion is secured to the circuit board by soldering the bottom pin end portions to the baord contact pads, with the slidable mounting of the pin body sections automatically compensating for board surface height variations in the region of the surface contact pads. An elongated clamping portion of the connector is snapped onto the base portion to downwardly force the ribbon end portion onto the upper pin ends, thereby locking the ribbon end portion in place on the connector and causing the barbed portions of the upper pin ends to upwardly pierce the ribbon insulation and be brought into conductive contact with its spaced series of embedded electrically conductive wires.

Coaxial Connector Having Filtered Ground Isolation Means

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US Patent:
4797120, Jan 10, 1989
Filed:
Dec 15, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/132390
Inventors:
Kirk D. Ulery - Mount Joy PA
Assignee:
AMP Incorporated - Harrisburg PA
International Classification:
H01R 1704
US Classification:
439578
Abstract:
A filtered electrical device 38 for being secured externally to an electrical connector and electrically engagable to at least one circuit path thereof comprises at least one contact member 40, a housing member 56 having at least one filter receiving aperture 60 therein, filter member 68 disposed in the at least one aperture 60 and electrically connected to said at least one contact member 40 and a ground means. Contact member 40 has first and second contact portions 42, 46, the first contact portion 42 being secured in the housing 56 and engagable with the at least one circuit path of the electrical connector to which the filtering device 38 is secured. Second contact portion 46 is exposed along a bottom surface 62 of aperture 60 and is paired with and spaced from third contact portion 50 which is also exposed along a bottom aperture surface 62. Fourth contact section 52, engagable with ground means is secured in housing 56 and extends outwardly from third contact section 50. Filter member 68 is electrically engaged to the pairs of second and third contact portions 42, 46.
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