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Gary A Carner, Bradley J Hesse, Kurt V Schultz: Apparatus and method for wireless control. Enernet Corporation, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, September 23, 2003: US06622925 (269 worldwide citation)

A control apparatus includes a power supply for providing appropriate current and voltage to modules of the control apparatus. A user interface microprocessor module provides the necessary architecture to handle user inputs as well as programmable control logic. Furthermore, there is a communication ...


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Bradley J Hesse, Steven W Carlson: Energy storage scheduling system. The Fleming Group, Salzman & Levy, December 28, 1993: US05274571 (187 worldwide citation)

The present invention features an energy storage scheduler that schedules the timing and extent of charging a storage device from the electric energy supply. The energy storage scheduler has a charge level device for receiving information representative of the level of charge of the storage device. ...


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Bradley J Hesse, Philip J Gentile: Method and system for electricity storage and discharge. The Fleming Group, Salzman & Levy, February 2, 1993: US05184058 (85 worldwide citation)

The present invention features a method and system for storing electrical energy, and then using the stored energy to recharge automobiles. The system of the invention features a number of storage and recharging facilities that are connected to a main power generating station. Power is generally dem ...


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Dennis Landsberg, Bradley J Hesse: Electrical power monitoring system. The Fleming Group, Salzman & Levy, March 23, 1993: US05196982 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and system incorporating an integral power consumption monitor-circuit breaker panel for industrial or commercial buildings and facilities. The power consumption monitor-circuit breaker panel not only protects each end use within the building against harmful overloads, but also monitors pea ...


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Gary A Carner, Bradley J Hesse, Kurt V Schultz: Apparatus and method for wireless control. Michael P Williams, April 10, 2003: US20030066897-A1

A control apparatus includes a power supply for providing appropriate current and voltage to modules of the control apparatus. A user interface microprocessor module provides the necessary architecture to handle user inputs as well as programmable control logic. Furthermore, there is a communication ...