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John G Rousso, Paul R Holbrook: Sleeve retention for flexible core of a flashlight. Black & Decker, Barry E Deutsch, May 14, 1996: US05517392 (96 worldwide citation)

A flashlight includes a flexible core comprising a pair of conductive wires which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement. A flexible spine surrounds the pair of conductive wires and includes a plurality of interconnected universally rotatable members. A resilient sleeve en ...


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Herbert P Hauser, Alexander Stefanescu: Key for a lock cylinder. DOM Sicherheitstechnik & Co KG, Barry E Deutsch, November 29, 1988: US04787225 (82 worldwide citation)

For increased security the key (2; 40; 44) has one or more blade portions (43; 45; 46; 5, 6). The longitudinal central plane (A, B) of the or each blade portion is offset from the guide region (42; 7) running along the back edge of the key shaft (3). Furthermore, the or each blade portion is connect ...


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Peter B Braun, Herbert P Hauser, Alexander Stefanescu: Locking device and reversible key. DOM Sicherheitstechnik & Co KG, Barry E Deutsch, J Bruce Hoofnagle, October 23, 1990: US04964288 (79 worldwide citation)

A locking device comprises a lock cylinder and a reversible flat key having indentations located on opposite broad faces of the key for the arrangement of tumbler pins, and having a rib associated with each row of indentations, into the sectional area of which at least one of the pins extends and th ...


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Bruce A Clarkson, Ronald J Frere, Thomas G Loughlin, William W Taylor Jr, Peter Mongeau: Electronic locking system and key therefor. Emhart, Barry E Deutsch, December 6, 1988: US04789859 (78 worldwide citation)

An electronic locking system including a lock cylinder having an electronically actuable release assembly which is selectively enabled to disengage a pin from a cylinder plug, to permit the rotation of the plug by an inserted key. The lock cylinder and key each contain non-volatile, electronically a ...


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Bruce A Clarkson, Ronald J Frere, Thomas G Loughlin, William W Taylor Jr, Peter Mongeau: Electronic locking system and key therefor. Emhart, Barry E Deutsch, December 15, 1987: US04712398 (67 worldwide citation)

An electronic locking system including a lock cylinder having an electronically actuable release assembly which is selectively enabled to disengage a pin from a cylinder plug, to permit the rotation of the plug by an inserted key. The lock cylinder and key each contain non-volatile, electronically a ...


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Stuart Naft: Steam cooking utensil. Black & Decker, Barry E Deutsch, March 24, 1992: US05097753 (61 worldwide citation)

A steam cooking utensil includes a base, a boiling liquid reservoir defined by the base, and a heater mounted in the base to heat liquid in the boiling liquid reservoir. A drip ring is supported in the base above the liquid reservoir. A cooking bowl is supported by the base and includes a bottom tra ...


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Thomas L Apaloo, Wayne H Garside, Isaac Berger: Compressor lubricating oil heater control. Carrier Corporation, J Raymond Curtin, Barry E Deutsch, January 3, 1978: US04066869 (57 worldwide citation)

A control for selectively energizing a heater provided to raise the temperature of lubricating oil of a compressor employed in a refrigeration unit. The control includes a thermostatically operated switch provided to sense a temperature indicative of lubricating oil temperature. The switch connects ...


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Bryan P deBlois, Patrick N Gutelius, Richard J Carbone, Omer L Shifflett Jr, John J Rego, Paul H Johnson: Hand held motorized tool with over-molded cover. Black & Decker, Barry E Deutsch, February 17, 1998: US05718014 (55 worldwide citation)

A cleaning apparatus having a housing, a motor, a battery, and a removable cleaning attachment. The housing comprising a rigid subassembly shell and a resilient cover. The cover is injection molded onto the shell to waterproof a majority of the shell. The shell has raised portions on its exterior th ...


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Allan W Carr: Electrostatic air cleaning apparatus. Carrier Corporation, J Raymond Curtin, Barry E Deutsch, December 28, 1976: US03999964 (53 worldwide citation)

An electrostatic air cleaning apparatus having a source of relatively large magnitude electrical voltage. The cell comprises a charged ionizing section and a collecting section comprising a charged grid and a grounded grid sandwiching therebetween a sheet of foraminous filter media. One of the grids ...


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M Anthony Melito, Deborah L Potvin, Gregg C Krehel, Anthony Brooks Rorke: Vacuum cleaner with all components in floor traveling head. Black & Decker, Barry E Deutsch, June 16, 1998: US05765258 (44 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner having a floor traveling head with wheels and an elongate handle pivotably connected to the head. The head has two motors; one connected to an impeller and one connected to a rotatable brush. The head has rechargeable batteries therein for supplying electricity to the motors and a t ...



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