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Arthur G Burns, David L Muri: Battery package having a communication window. Motorola, Dale W Dorinski, April 27, 1993: US05206097 (138 worldwide citation)

A battery package (100) includes a transparent window (108) which communicates information about the battery to a battery-powered device such as a portable radio (200). Information about the battery (100) is communicated through the window (108) by a series of light pulses, and is received by a ligh ...


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Robert D Kreisinger, Arthur G Burns, Jose M Fernandez: Battery with memory for storing charge procedure. Motorola, Mansour M Ghomeshi, Kenneth M Massaroni, July 9, 1996: US05534765 (95 worldwide citation)

A battery charger system (100) is provided which includes a charger (110) for supplying charge current and voltage and a battery (120) having a memory (122) for storing charge parameters. The charge parameters comprise battery related information instructing for battery charging. The battery related ...


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Arthur G Burns, Robert E Stengel: Integral battery charging and supply regulation circuit. Motorola, Pablo Meles, Lesley Ann Rhyne, June 8, 1993: US05218284 (47 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable battery (10) comprises at least one cell (7) having a positive and a negative terminal. Switching regulation circuitry (9) coupled to the cell (7) is selectively used for regulating the battery output (28) and for regulating the charging (12) of the battery.


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John Wendell Oglesbee, Arthur G Burns, Georgina More: Supplemental battery overcharge protection device. Motorola, Philip H Burrus IV, December 18, 2001: US06331764 (27 worldwide citation)

This invention includes a battery overprotection device comprising a thermal resistor, a zener diode, a pass element and a control circuit. The thermal resistor is used as an over-temperature limiting device, rather than an overcurrent device. By thermally coupling the thermal resistor to the zener ...


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Joseph Patino, Henry A Bogut, Arthur G Burns: Apparatus for determining radio state during charging in order to provide charge compensation. Motorola, Scott M Garrett, Kenneth M Massaroni, February 25, 1997: US05606241 (25 worldwide citation)

A battery charging system includes a battery pack (106) and charger (102). Battery pack (106) includes a selectable magnetic field generator (202) which is activated by radio controller (206) when radio (104) changes states. A Hall-effect switch (204) located in either charger (102) or battery (106) ...


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Arthur G Burns, Jose M Fernandez, Robert D Kreisinger: Assembly having improved thermal sensing capability. Motorola, Pedro P Hernandez, Kenneth M Massaroni, January 9, 1996: US05482793 (14 worldwide citation)

A battery assembly (200) includes first and second battery housings (202 and 204), a plurality of battery cells (204), and a flexible circuit having a thermal sensing surface (206) which is located in thermal proximity to battery cells (204). The thermal sensing surface (206) is in thermal proximity ...


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Arthur G Burns, Ken Aubrey, David Hyland, Andres Marin Correa, Manuel Fernandez Martin: Taping machine for wire harness. William W Habelt, October 18, 1994: US05355787 (10 worldwide citation)

Taping apparatus (27) has a body (3) with a mouth (3a) opening to one side radially of an axis (A). A head (1, 5, 16) having a mouth (3a) radial of the axis (A) is mounted for rotation about the axis (A) on the body (3) and has a gear disposed around the head in meshing engagement with two gears (17 ...


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Robert D Kreisinger, Arthur G Burns, Jose M Fernandez: A battery with memory for storing charge procedure. Motorola, LU LIYING, March 20, 1996: CN94191383

A battery charger system (100) is provided in this invention which includes a charger (110) for supplying charge current and voltage and a battery (120) having a memory (122) for storing charge parameters. The charge parameters comprise battery related information instructing for battery charging. T ...


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John W Oglesbee, Arthur G Burns, Georgina More: Overcharge protection device and methods for lithium-base rechargeable batteries. Motorola, wang maohua, December 20, 2000: CN99800209

This invention includes a battery overprotection device comprising a thermal resistor, a zener diode, a pass element and a control circuit. The thermal resistor is used as an over-temperature limiting device, rather than an overcurrent device. By thermally coupling the thermal resistor to the zener ...