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Craig Allen
William David Munsch, Richard Paul Malingowski, Craig Allen Rodgers, Ronald William Brand Jr, Lois Ann Gill: Circuit interrupter having an improved slot motor assembly. Eaton Corporation, Charles E Kosinski, August 28, 2001: US06281459 (18 worldwide citation)

A circuit interrupter including a housing, separable main contacts within the housing, and an operating mechanism within the housing and interconnected with the contacts. An arc extinguisher assembly is disposed within the housing. Also provided within the housing is a slot motor assembly having a c ...


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Craig Allen
Richard Paul Malingowski, Craig Allen Rodgers, Lance Gula, Teresa Inez Hood, Raymond Peter Gundy, Jonathan Moore Peifer: Circuit interrupter with thermal trip adjustability. Eaton Corporation, Charles E Kosinski, September 3, 2002: US06445274 (11 worldwide citation)

A circuit interrupter including a housing, separable main contacts within the housing, and an operating mechanism within the housing and interconnected with the separable main contacts. A trip mechanism is disposed within the housing that includes a trip bar assembly rotatable about an axis and that ...


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Craig Allen
Erik Russell Bogdon, Joseph Bell Humbert, Douglas Charles Marks, Craig Allen Rodgers, Dominic Patrick Martelli: Circuit breaker including alarm interface lever. Eaton Corporation, Martin J Moran, June 20, 2006: US07064635 (2 worldwide citation)

A circuit breaker including a housing, separable contacts, a cradle rotatably mounted within the housing, an alarm switch mounted within the housing, and an interface lever disposed between the cradle and the alarm switch. The cradle is adapted to rotate about a first axis in a first direction when ...


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Craig Allen
Perry Robert Gibson, Brian John Schaltenbrand, Mark Anthony Janusek, Craig Allen Rodgers, James Michael Smeltzer: Shield apparatus for circuit breaker. Eaton Corporation, John A Kastelic, Martin J Moran, May 22, 2012: US08183490 (2 worldwide citation)

An improved circuit breaker having an improved shield apparatus provides protection to components that are internal to the circuit breaker during an arc event. A contact arm carrier assembly of the circuit breaker comprises a number of springs that bias a number of movable contacts that are disposed ...


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Craig Allen
Jeffrey Scott Gibson, Craig Allen Rodgers, Erik Stephen Lake: Adjustable magnetic trip assembly for circuit breaker. Eaton Corporation, John A Kastelic, Martin J Moran, December 23, 2003: US06667675 (1 worldwide citation)

An adjustable magnetic trip unit for a circuit breaker includes a torsion spring which applies a bias force to the plunger of a trip solenoid. The torsion spring is mounted on a driven bevel gear and wound by an adjustment knob coupled to a driving bevel gear to adjust the current at which the solen ...


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Craig Allen
Erik Russell Bogdon, Joseph Bell Humbert, Douglas Charles Marks, Craig Allen Rodgers, Dominic Patrick Martelli: Circuit breaker including alarm interface lever. Eaton Corporation, Martin J Moran Esq, Eaton Electrical, April 6, 2006: US20060071741-A1

A circuit breaker including a housing, separable contacts, a cradle rotatably mounted within the housing, an alarm switch mounted within the housing, and an interface lever disposed between the cradle and the alarm switch. The cradle is adapted to rotate about a first axis in a first direction when ...


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Craig Allen
Richard Paul Malingowski, Teresa Inez Hood, Trent Allen Chontas, Craig Allen Rodgers, Mark Zindler, William D Munsch: Cam and axle for adjustable magnetic trip device. Eaton Corporation, August 13, 2002: US06433659

An adjustable magnetic trip device for a molded case circuit breaker is provided where the trip device includes a plunger and a stationary core as well as a plunger support structure with a movable plunger carriage. The position of the plunger assembly and carriage relative to the stationary core is ...


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Clifford R Stine, Rudolph G Wojtecki: Composite tubing product. Eaton Corporation, R J McCloskey, A E Chrow, March 25, 1980: US04194536 (184 worldwide citation)

Elongate, deformable, composite tubing for use in maintaining or controlling the temperature of a fluid conveyed therethrough comprising one or more tubular fluid conveyance lines or one or more tubular fluid conveyance lines disposed in heat transfer relationship with one or more heating lines and ...


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Gary R Mason, Kenneth W Speaker, James L Macropol, Robert A McKie, Sidney C Bailin: Controlled work flow system. Eaton Corporation, Lane Aitken & Kananen, March 5, 1985: US04503499 (181 worldwide citation)

In a system for controlling the flow of paper work of a multiplicity of documents by a multiplicity of individuals, the documents are stored electronically in the memory of a central data processor and are electronically transmitted to remote processors to be displayed by display devices of terminal ...


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John J Shea, Robert N Parry: System for eliminating arcing faults and power distribution system employing the same. Eaton Corporation, Martin J Moran, December 5, 2006: US07145757 (166 worldwide citation)

A shorting system, which eliminates persistent arcing faults in power distribution equipment, includes a first shorting switch having separable contacts, an actuation input and a fuse electrically connected in series with those contacts. A second shorting switch includes an actuation input and separ ...



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