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James A Rinde, Barry C Mathews, Miguel A Morales, Joel C Kent, Drew John Loucks, John Seymour Mattis, Jeff Dolin, Mark W Ellsworth, Frank Wasilewski: Sealing system for acoustic wave touchscreens. Elo TouchSystems, July 3, 2001: US06254105 (125 worldwide citation)

A sealing system for an acoustic touchscreen includes an elongate gel body between the touchscreen and the bezel of a housing onto which the touchscreen is mounted. The elongate gel body forms a seal around the perimeter of the touch-sensitive area of the touchscreen. A stop element controls and lim ...


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John Seymour Mattis, David C Bliven: Apparatus for extracting a gas from a liquid and delivering the gas to a collection station. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, Yuan Chao, May 12, 1998: US05749942 (35 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) and a method are described for extracting gas from a liquid containing dissolved gas. The liquid is pumped from an external reservoir (40) of the liquid into a separation cell (14) by a liquid-pumping chamber (11). In separation cell (14) a permselective membrane (17) effects extra ...


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Steven S Sunshine, David C Bliven, John Seymour Mattis: System for measuring gases dissolved in a liquid. Underground Systems, William S Frommer, Frommer Lawrence & Haug, March 14, 2000: US06037592 (32 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for continuously monitoring and measuring the concentration of gases in a gas-containing liquid such as a transformer oil. The method and apparatus employ a passive gas extraction technique which comprises a high performance membrane material to extract dissolved gases from th ...


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Jeffrey A Bennett, John Seymour Mattis, William M Robinson, Chuck F Cooper: Surge arrester having grooved and ridged terminals. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, Yuan Chao, May 26, 1998: US05757604 (11 worldwide citation)

A surge arrester has end terminals having circumferential ridges, which, in the event of failure of varistor elements of the surge arrester, are designed to relocate the resulting arc and direct it in a manner which reduces or minimizes damage to the surge arrester. Grooves lead from the inner surfa ...


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William M Robinson, John Seymour Mattis, Chuck F Cooper, Jeffrey A Bennett: Surge arrester. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, Yuan Chao, October 21, 1997: US05680289 (11 worldwide citation)

A surge arrester has a single varistor element or a stack of varistor elements held between two end terminals by a plurality of elongate strength members disposed therearound. The ends of the strength members are inserted into recesses in the end terminals. Crimping of the end terminals distorts the ...


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Jeffrey A Bennett, William M Robinson, John Seymour Mattis, Chuck F Cooper: Surge arrester having ridged terminals. Raychem Corporation, Yuan Chao, Herbert G Burkard, October 6, 1998: US05818677 (6 worldwide citation)

A surge arrester (1) includes varistor elements (2) forming a stack (3) and having opposed end surfaces (4a, 4b). The varistor stack is electrically connected via the opposed end surfaces to end terminals (7a, 7b) having circumferential ridges (32a, 32b), which, in the event of failure of the varist ...


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Jeffrey A Bennett, William M Robinson, John Seymour Mattis, Chuck F Cooper: Surge arrester having ridged terminals. Raychem Corporation, Herbert G Burkard, Yuan Chao, January 27, 1998: US05712757 (2 worldwide citation)

A surge arrester includes varistor elements forming a stack and having opposed end surfaces. The varistor stack is electrically connected via the opposed end surfaces to end terminals having circumferential ridges, which, in the event of failure of the varistor elements, are designed to relocate the ...