An electrical assembly for a motor controller is disclosed that includes an electrical lead. The electrical lead has a conductive trace within an insulating material and that extends a length between first and second ends. An electrical pad is in electrical continuity with and extends from the conductive trace through the insulating material at the first end. The pad includes an aperture providing a securing feature. An electrical component is supported by and integral with the second end, in one example. The electrical component is in electrical continuity with the conductive trace at the second end. A bus bar provides a joint having a first cross-sectional area. The electrical lead is flexible and is removably secured to the joint by the securing feature to provide electrical continuity from a capacitor to the bus bar. The flexible electrical lead has a second cross-sectional area substantially less than the first cross-sectional area.
7449381 Method of making a capacitive substrate for use as part of a larger circuitized substrate, method of making said circuitized substrate and method of making an information handling system including said circuitized substrate
6835898 ELECTRICAL CONTACT STRUCTURES FORMED BY CONFIGURING A FLEXIBLE WIRE TO HAVE A SPRINGABLE SHAPE AND OVERCOATING THE WIRE WITH AT LEAST ONE LAYER OF A RESILIENT CONDUCTIVE MATERIAL, METHODS OF MOUNTING THE CONTACT STRUCTURES TO ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS, AND APPLICATIONS FOR EMPLOYING THE CONTACT STRUCTURES
7225538 Resilient contact structures formed and then attached to a substrate
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