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Gaetano Bonasia, David P Eckel, Stephen P Hebeisen, Ross Mernyk: Method of adding a device to a network. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 31, 2005: US06901439 (261 worldwide citation)

A method of adding a device to an existing or new electrical or electronic automation or multimedia network. The invention facilitates adding a device to the network that can communicate using various protocols such as LonWorks, CEBus, X-10, etc. over media such as AC power line, IR, RF, twisted pai ...


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David P Eckel, Selin Tansi Glickman, Gaetano Bonasia, Stephen P Hebeisen, James A Porter: Network based electrical control system with distributed sensing and control. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 14, 2002: US06388399 (228 worldwide citation)

An electrical control system including a plurality of electrical devices communicates over a network and interfaces and works with non-protocol devices and signals that only send/receive an on/off digital signal or send/receive one of numerous analog signals. The devices communicate with one another ...


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Gaetano Bonasia, David P Eckel: Multiple sensor lux reader and averager. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, October 23, 2001: US06307331 (146 worldwide citation)

A system for sensing and maintaining the light level within an area. The invention comprises multiple lux sensor readers that function to measure the current light level within an area. One or more controllers are used to control the dimming level of each light source in accordance with the readings ...


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Gaetano Bonasia, David P Eckel, Stephen P Hebeisen, Ross Mernyk: Method of adding a device to a network. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 15, 2007: US07219141 (94 worldwide citation)

A method of adding a device to an existing or new electrical or electronic automation or multimedia network. The invention facilitates adding a device to the network that can communicate using various protocols such as LonWorks, CEBus, X-10, etc. over media such as AC power line, IR, RF, twisted pai ...


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David P Eckel, Gaetano Bonasia: Apparatus for and method of inhibiting and overriding an electrical control device. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, October 24, 2000: US06138241 (56 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for and method of inhibiting and overriding the normal operating mode of one or more input devices connected to a communications network. The present invention functions within an electrical network made up of a plurality of input devices wherein a group of input devices is capable of c ...


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David P Eckel, Gaetano Bonasia, James A Porter: Local network based multiple sensor device with electrical load control means and with temperature sensor that is exposed to ambient air by diffusion. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, September 19, 2000: US06122678 (44 worldwide citation)

A multifunction sensor device which provides various transducer functions including means for performing temperature sensing, ambient light sensing, motion detection, switching functions and a means to put the device in an on, off or auto mode. The device has utility in environments such as that fou ...


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David P Eckel, Gaetano Bonasia, James A Porter: Local network based multiple sensor device with electrical load control means and with temperature sensor and heat detector that is exposed to ambient air by diffusion. Leviton Manufacturing, Paul J Sutton, February 24, 2004: US06697757 (32 worldwide citation)

A multifunction sensor device acts as a heat detector and performs various transducer functions for temperature sensing, ambient light sensing, motion detection, switching functions, and a mechanism to put the device in an on, off or auto mode. The device operates in diverse environments in which se ...


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David P Eckel, Gaetano Bonasia: Apparatus for and method of inhibiting and overriding an electrical control device. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, May 7, 2002: US06385732 (25 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for and method of inhibiting and overriding the normal operating mode of an input device connected to a communications network function within an electrical network made up of input devices, with a group of the input devices being capable of commanding an electrical control device to ap ...


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Gaetano Bonasia, Benjamin Moadel, James A Porter, Steve Campolo: Bi-directional ground fault circuit interrupter. Leviton Manufacturing Company, Collard & Roe P C, July 7, 2009: US07558034 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a family of resettable circuit interrupting devices that eliminates the need to rewire a resettable circuit interrupting device after it is installed and powered up to correct for a reverse wiring conditions.