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Paul J Kristofek: Adjustable wall wash reflector assembly for a recess mounted lighting fixture. McGraw Edison Company, Charles W MacKinnon, Jon C Gealow, Ronald J LaPorte, October 2, 1984: US04475147 (95 worldwide citation)

A "wall wash" assembly for use with a ceiling mounted, recessed lighting fixture comprising a reflector housing having an open end, includes a ring member dimensioned for receipt in the open end of the reflector housing. A concentric ring segment is mounted on the ring member for movement 360.degree ...


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Jeffrey C Kelsall: Adjustable light fixture. McGraw Edison Company, Ronald J LaPorte, Bruce R Mansfield, Jon C Gealow, November 4, 1980: US04232361 (73 worldwide citation)

An adjustable light fixture recessible in a ceiling for directing light at various angles includes a housing with a lamp assembly mounted therein. The lamp assembly comprises a reflector having a conventional bulb socket attached pivotally to a plate having spaced apertures. Resilient tracks, mounte ...


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Alan J Ruud, Ian Lewin: High efficiency lighting units with beam cut-off angle. McGraw Edison Company, Jon C Gealow, Ronald J LaPorte, October 21, 1980: US04229782 (68 worldwide citation)

A lighting unit comprising a lamp and a reflector provides high intensity, high efficiency, even illumination over an area of particular shape and size and has a cut-off angle which enables a person to approach close to the lighting unit without seeing the lamp or its reflection. The reflector compr ...


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Raymond J Kusmer: Plaster frame for recessed lighting. McGraw Edison Company, Charles W MacKinnon, Ronald J LaPorte, Jon Carl Gealow, October 4, 1983: US04408262 (66 worldwide citation)

A plaster frame for mounting a lighting fixture in recessed fashion in a ceiling comprises a main body portion including a rectangular, planar member defining an aperture therein, the aperture being similarly dimensioned to the ceiling aperture in which the lighting fixture is to be mounted. Hanger ...


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Paul J Kristofek: Mounting arrangement for recessed light fixture housing. McGraw Edison Company, Jon C Gealow, Ronald J LaPorte, Charles W MacKinnon, October 6, 1981: US04293895 (64 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for the recessed mounting of an enclosed light fixture housing having an open end with a flange formed about the periphery thereof in an aperture defined in a planar member, such as a ceiling, includes a slotted aperture defined in the side wall of the housing with ratchet teeth forme ...


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Paul J Kristofek: Mounting arrangement for recessed light fixture housing. McGraw Edison Co, Ronald J LaPorte, Jon Carl Gealow, Roy A Ekstrand, February 10, 1981: US04250540 (63 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for mounting an enclosed light fixture housing having an open end with a flange formed about the periphery thereof, in recessed fashion in an aperture defined in a planar support member having inner and outer surfaces, with the flange of the housing engaging the outer surface, include ...


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James P Kelly: Luminaire mounting arrangement. Ronald J LaPorte, Jon Carl Gealow, Thomas E McDonald, March 6, 1979: US04143413 (62 worldwide citation)

A fitter for mounting a luminaire, such as an outdoor floodlight, on a mounting member, such as a pole, employs three castings. A first casting is affixed to the luminaire and is rotatable with respect to a second casting, which is releasably connected to the mounting member. The mechanism for locki ...


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Richard J Moran: Auto resetting switchgear trip indicator circuits. McGraw Edison Company, Roy A Ekstrand, Jon Carl Gealow, Ronald J LaPorte, September 16, 1980: US04223365 (55 worldwide citation)

A trip indicator circuit for a circuit interrupter of an electric power system, which includes an electromagnetic status indicator, having an indicator which is movable between an indicating position and a non-indicating position, a pulse-actuated set coil for moving the indicator to the indicating ...


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Angelo Urani: In-line fuse holder for miniature plug-in fuse. McGraw Edison Company, Charles W MacKinnon, Ronald J LaPorte, Jon Carl Gealow, July 5, 1983: US04391485 (52 worldwide citation)

An in-line fuse holder capable of handling currents as high as 30 amps, adapted to accept miniature, relatively flat, plug-in fuses which have a pair of flat terminals and a fuse link visibly retained within a relatively flat plastic case. The in-line fuse holder has a relatively rigid casing in whi ...


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Hemming G Siiberg: Rechargeable flashlight with integral variable rate battery charger for automotive use. McGraw Edison Company, Ronald J LaPorte, Jon Carl Gealow, Charles W MacKinnon, April 27, 1982: US04327401 (50 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable flashlight fits into and draws recharging power from an automotive type cigar lighter socket. A thermally controlled charging circuit within the flashlight adjusts the charging rate according to the ambient temperature. When the flashlight is withdrawn from the cigar lighter socket, i ...