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Stefan Kranz, Francesco DeVizzi, Rolf Dieter Bauer: Rotary contact assembly for high ampere-rated circuit breaker. General Electric Company, Carl B Horton, Cantor Colburn, December 4, 2001: US06326868 (13 worldwide citation)

A circuit breaker rotary contact arm is used within a plurality of single pole circuit breakers ganged together to form a single multi-pole circuit breaker. To provide uniform contact wear among the associated circuit breaker contacts, the rotor carrying the rotary contact arm pivot is slotted to au ...


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Dave S Christensen, Roger N Castonguay, James Rosen, Francesco DeVizzi: Auxiliary switch mounting configuration for use in a molded case circuit breaker. General Electric Company, Carl B Horton, Cantor Colburn, May 15, 2001: US06232859 (10 worldwide citation)

A molded case circuit breaker assembly using auxiliary switches to perform indication and control functions. The circuit breaker assembly having at least one pole comprising a stationary and a moveable contact where the moveable contact is connected to a moveable contact arm which is activated by a ...


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Francesco DeVizzi, Stefan Kranz: Modular contact system for different frame sizes. General Electric Company, David Arnold, Karl A Vick, July 30, 2002: US06426688 (7 worldwide citation)

A circuit breaker rotary contact arm is used within a plurality of single pole modules ganged together to form a single multi-pole circuit breaker. To provide for use in quiescent conditions having high ampere ratings, low ampere rated rotary contact arm assemblies are combined in parallel to form a ...


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Francesco DeVizzi: Molded case and cover arrangement for current limiting circuit interrupters. General Electric Company, Richard A Menelly, Walter C Bernkopf, Fred Jacob, August 22, 1989: US04860162 (4 worldwide citation)

An insulating plastic case and cover for a circuit breaker having complementary extensions on the cover and recesses on the base side walls to transfer internal stress from the base side walls to the cover during circuit interruption.