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Emmett H Wiley: Projector lamp reflector. General Electric Company, Norman C Fulmer, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, May 3, 1977: US04021659 (61 worldwide citation)

The concave reflecting surface of a projector lamp reflector is shaped in the form of a plurality of radial bands and a plurality of concentric circular bands to provide a multiple faceted surface for spreading the image formed by the reflector into a larger and smoother pattern and reducing the amo ...


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Daniel M Cap, William H Lake: High pressure metal vapor discharge lamps of improved efficacy. General Electric Company, Ernest W Legree, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, July 17, 1979: US04161672 (50 worldwide citation)

High pressure discharge lamps containing a fill of mercury and metal halides, having a power input of 250 watts or below and useable for general illuminating purposes achieve higher efficacy by developing high end temperatures without excessively obstructing the transmission of light and without cre ...


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Kenneth M Maloney, Robert E Clark: Alumina coatings for mercury vapor lamps. General Electric Company, John F McDevitt, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, March 14, 1978: US04079288 (44 worldwide citation)

An improved mercury vapor lamp construction as described which includes an ultraviolet reflecting underlayer of alumina particles for the phosphor coating to enable reduction in the phosphor coating weight without accompanying reduction in the lamp lumen output. The alumina underlayer comprises sphe ...


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Dimitrios Vatis, Charlie B Turner: Lighting control system. General Electric Company, Sidney Greenberg, Lawrence R Kempton, Philip L Schlamp, December 30, 1980: US04242614 (39 worldwide citation)

System for controlling operation of a plurality of gaseous discharge lamps for selectively turning on or off one or more of the lamps and producing desired lumen output of the lamps as needed, to provide for conservation of electrical energy. In the system, each of the discharge lamps is connected t ...


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James L Grindle, Marcus P Hogue: Luminaire for assembly line. General Electric Company, Sidney Greenberg, Lawrence R Kempton, Philip L Schlamp, March 3, 1981: US04254456 (39 worldwide citation)

Luminaire with high intensity gaseous discharge lamp for illuminating a work area such as an automobile assembly line. The lamp is arranged between a concave main reflector and an auxiliary reflector facing the central portion of the main reflector. The arrangement is such that it provides adequate ...


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Harry M Laska, Nelson Grimm: Polycrystalline alumina material. General Electric Company, John F McDevitt, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, April 17, 1979: US04150317 (38 worldwide citation)

Increased optical transmission is provided for a body of light transmissive polycrystalline alumina having relatively uniform size equiaxed grains of alumina and which is essentially free of porosity and secondary phase material. A tube of the improved optical material can be used as the light trans ...


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Russell W Chipner, James C Graff: Lamp and socket assembly. General Electric Company, Paul F Wille, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, July 11, 1978: US04100448 (38 worldwide citation)

An improved lamp and socket assembly is disclosed in which a socket collar is mechanically secured to the panel or reflector when the lamp is used. The base of the lamp attaches to the collar as does the electrical connector. The combination enables a more repeatable alignment of the lamp in the pan ...


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Bruce E Shanks: Snap in coupling assembly for a vehicle headlamp having a trim rim integral therewith. General Electric Company, Lawrence R Kempton, Philip L Schlamp, March 2, 1982: US04318161 (36 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to polymer sealed beam headlamp units having rims integral therewith, and more particularly to a unitary coupling assembly for securing these headlamp units to vehicles. The assembly includes an integrally rimmed headlamp having a plurality of couplers secured thereto. The cou ...


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William Laskow, Charles R Morelock: Method of making a shaped silicon carbide-silicon matrix composite and articles made thereby. General Electric Company, John F McDevitt, Lawrence R Kempton, Philip L Schlamp, October 13, 1981: US04294788 (34 worldwide citation)

A method is described for making a shaped silicon carbide-silicon matrix composite. A confined carbon fiber preform is infiltrated with sufficient molten silicon metal at a temperature in the range of from about 1400.degree. C. to about 1800.degree. C. in an inert atmosphere or vacuum. Silicon carbi ...


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Elmer G Fridrich: Fluorescent lamp unit with ballast resistor and cooling means therefor. General Electric Company, Norman C Fulmer, Lawrence R Kempton, Frank L Neuhauser, August 10, 1976: US03974418 (33 worldwide citation)

An integral self-contained fluorescent lamp unit comprising an elongated lamp and an elongated ballast resistor adjacent to and alongside the lamp. Metal strip heat radiators are positioned adjacent to and alongside the ballast resistor for dissipating its heat when operating.