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Ernest G Penzenstadler, Jerome D Frank: Power supply for a difficult to start electrodeless lamp. Fusion UV Systems, Shlesinger Arkwright & Garvey, March 23, 1999: US05886480 (24 worldwide citation)

A power supply for an electrodeless lamp having an exterior starting electrode and first and second magnetrons coupled to the lamp comprises first and second power sources for being connected to the respective first and second magnetrons; a switch having first and second positions, the first positio ...


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Kaiser Matin, Mansour Peyghaleh, Mark A Benson, Ernest G Penzenstadler: Method and system for cooling a motor or motor enclosure. Bluwav Systems, Alex Porat, Magna International, March 30, 2010: US07687945 (21 worldwide citation)

A method and system of cooling an enclosure or motor is disclosed. An exemplary permanent magnet electric motor is formed with an external stator and an internal rotor. The motor controller is in thermal proximity to the motor but is thermally isolated from the motor by an air chamber. In one exempl ...


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Ernest G Penzenstadler, Gungor Aktas: Plural ferro-resonant power supplies for powering a magnetron where the aray lies in these power supplies being independent from each other and not utilizing any common components. Fusion Systems Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, November 17, 1998: US05838114 (3 worldwide citation)

A power supply quickly restarts an electrodeless lamp which is temporarily turned off in an application using microwave radiation generated by a magnetron. When the electrodeless lamp operates in a full power mode, the power supply provides full power to the magnetron via high DC current and high DC ...


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Charles H Wood, Ernest G Penzenstadler: Ultraviolet lamp power supply and method for operating at high power/reduced cooling using cycling. Fusion UV Systems, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, February 10, 2004: US06690112 (2 worldwide citation)

A power supply is provided for a lamp system. The power supply may include structure to switch from a high power level to a low power level. The high power level and the low power level together are a cycle that is repeated. The high power level may be higher than the conventional steady-state power ...


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Ernest G Penzenstadler, Jonathan D Barry, Gregory H Owen: Dual magnetrons powered by a single power supply. Fusion UV Systems, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, January 21, 2003: US06509656

A system and method are provided to power two magnetrons devices. The system may include a power supply device to power a first magnetron device and a second magnetron device. A control device may control an amount of current reaching at least the first magnetron device.


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Ernest G Penzenstadler, Jonathan D Barry, Gregory H Owen: Dual magnetrons powered by a single power supply. Antonelli Terry Stout And Kraus, July 4, 2002: US20020084695-A1

A system and method are provided to power two magnetrons devices. The system may include a power supply device to power a first magnetron device and a second magnetron device. A control device may control an amount of current reaching at least the first magnetron device.


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Charles H Wood, Ernest G Penzenstadler: Ultraviolet lamp power supply and method for operating at high power/reduced cooling using cycling. Antonelli Terry Stout And Kraus, May 23, 2002: US20020060529-A1

A power supply is provided for a lamp system. The power supply may include structure to switch from a high power level to a low power level. The high power level and the low power level together are a cycle that is repeated. The high power level may be higher than the conventional steady-state power ...


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Kaiser Matin, Mansour Peyghaleh, Mark A Benson, Ernest G Penzenstadler: Method and system for cooling a motor or motor enclosure. Heller Ehrman White & Mcauliffe, March 30, 2006: US20060066155-A1

A method and system of cooling an enclosure or motor is disclosed. An exemplary permanent magnet electric motor is formed with an external stator and an internal rotor. The motor controller is in thermal proximity to the motor but is thermally isolated from the motor by an air chamber. In one exempl ...


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