244,388. Clark, J. D'A. June 11, 1924. Two-part couplings. - A two-part coupling similar in construction to an ordinary press-stud fastening, is formed with an extension by means of which a conductor can be secured to the coupling. One of the members a, Fig. 1, may have a stem a<3> carrying nuts b that secure a conductor b<1>, the member being mounted on a panel. The conductor may be secured to the stud or socket member by means of a tang having projections that are bent over the end of the conductor, or by means of screwed extension c, Fig. 3, to which a nut d is fitted. Specifications 17375/04, 24394/04, 4683/08, 16828/11, 170,045, and 244,136 are referred to.