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Hans Joachim Eggert, Otto Oberberger, Heinrich Zenkert: Housing for electrical communications and measuring devices. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, December 14, 1976: US03997819 (31 worldwide citation)

A housing for use in electrical, communications or measurement fields for containing components, including plug-in components comprising a six-sided housing with openable front and back covers sealably attachable to the main housing body, the housing body having component carriers positioned therein ...


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Hans Joachim Eggert, Otto Oberberger, Heinrich Zenkert, Rudi Kuehne: Prefabricated housing for electrical components. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, September 5, 1978: US04111328 (29 worldwide citation)

A housing comprises a generally box-like structure having two end pieces and two elongate members joined thereto. The elongate members each have stiffening ribs or cavities and comprise at least one section cut from an extruded bar of indefinite length, thereby affording the advantage that housings ...


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Hans Joachim Eggert, Georg Jungnitsch, Rudi Kuehne, Walter Waliczek, Heinrich Zenkert: Housing for electrical, communications and measuring devices. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Gross Simpson Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, January 11, 1977: US04002955 (25 worldwide citation)

A housing assembly which may be received in a vibration dampening frame is provided with an internal relatively slideable components carrier with one or more slide locks positioned between the components carrier and the housing in such a manner as to limit movement of the components carrier out of t ...


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Hans Joachim Eggert, Heinrich Zenkert, Rudi Kuehne, Otto Oberberger: Electrical housing with stacking bumpers. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft, Hill Van Santen Steadman Chiara & Simpson, July 22, 1980: US04213532 (25 worldwide citation)

A rectangular housing, containing for instance, electronic communication and measuring devices, is protected from shocks and is made stackable together with like housings by a dumbbell-shaped rubber member at each vertical edge thereof, thickened in each end to protect respective corners of the hous ...