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Thomas J Sindle: Vehicular proximity sensing system. Paul J Sutton, December 22, 1992: US05173881 (274 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a vehicular proximity sensing system having a plurality of preferably utrasonic distance-detector devices disposed around the vehicle's periphery and connected with a simulated vehicle display on the dashboard which display includes visual means to alert the driver to the clo ...


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Gaetano Bonasia, David P Eckel, Stephen P Hebeisen, Ross Mernyk: Method of adding a device to a network. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 31, 2005: US06901439 (209 worldwide citation)

A method of adding a device to an existing or new electrical or electronic automation or multimedia network. The invention facilitates adding a device to the network that can communicate using various protocols such as LonWorks, CEBus, X-10, etc. over media such as AC power line, IR, RF, twisted pai ...


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David P Eckel, Selin Tansi Glickman, Gaetano Bonasia, Stephen P Hebeisen, James A Porter: Network based electrical control system with distributed sensing and control. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 14, 2002: US06388399 (198 worldwide citation)

An electrical control system including a plurality of electrical devices communicates over a network and interfaces and works with non-protocol devices and signals that only send/receive an on/off digital signal or send/receive one of numerous analog signals. The devices communicate with one another ...


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Hugh M Hyatt, Karen P Shrier: Electrical overstress protection material and process. EOS Technologies, Paul J Sutton, February 23, 1988: US04726991 (154 worldwide citation)

A material provides protection against electrical overstress transients having rise times as rapid as a few nanoseconds or less. The material comprises a matrix formed of a mixture of separate particles of conductive materials and separate particles of semiconductor materials coated with insulating ...


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Nicholas L DiSalvo: Reset lockout for circuit interrupting device. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, March 21, 2000: US06040967 (142 worldwide citation)

Resettable circuit interrupting devices, such as GFCI devices, that include a reset lock-out mechanism are provided. The reset lock-out mechanism prevents the resetting of electrical connections between input and output conductors if the circuit interrupting mechanism used to break the connection is ...


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Benjamin Neiger, Bernard Gershen, Saul Rosenbaum: Intelligent ground fault circuit interrupter. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, February 4, 1997: US05600524 (139 worldwide citation)

An intelligent circuit interrupt system is electrically connected between an AC source and a load for interrupting a flow of AC from the source to the load upon detection of an interrupt condition. A circuit interrupter electrically connected to phase and neutral terminals of the AC source defines t ...


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Nicholas L DiSalvo, William R Ziegler: Circuit interrupting device with reverse wiring protection. Leviton Manufacturing Company, Paul J Sutton, June 12, 2001: US06246558 (130 worldwide citation)

Resettable circuit interrupting devices, such as GFCI devices, that include reverse wiring protection, and optionally an independent trip portions and/or a reset lockout portion are provided. The reverse wiring protection operates at both the line and load sides of the device so that in the event li ...


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Gerald N King: Modular GFCI receptacle. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, October 30, 2001: US06309248 (129 worldwide citation)

A modular electrical component for electrical wiring systems is provided. The modular electrical component includes a removable electrical device, a base unit that fits within a junction box in the electrical wiring system and a mounting strap used to secure the base unit to the junction box. Typica ...


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Albert Zaretsky, Roger M Bradley: Intelligent ground fault circuit interrupter employing miswiring detection and user testing. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, April 18, 2000: US06052265 (127 worldwide citation)

An intelligent ground fault circuit interrupter device that incorporates a test and miswiring control circuit in addition to an independent GFCI circuit. Since the test and miswiring circuit is separate and independent of the GFCI circuit portion, it can be used with any circuit interrupting means t ...



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