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Mathauser William R: Magnetic self-aligning quick-disconnect for a telephone or other communications equipment. Shoemaker and Mattare, April 30, 1974: US3808577 (204 worldwide citation)

A quick-disconnect, magnetic, self-aligning telephone jack or other communication equipment connection, including a male connector half and a female connector half, each with self-aligning magnetic means therein to hold the male and female halves together and cooperating electrical contact means in ...


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Mathauser William R: Quick connect electrical coupler. Shoemaker and Mattare, May 7, 1974: US3810258 (122 worldwide citation)

A unique quick connect electrical coupler, comprising a female coupling half having electrical contact means, magnet means and tapered recess means therein. A male coupling half having electrical contact means and magnet means therein and tapered projecting means adapted to be received in said reces ...


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Mathauser William R: Magnetic self-aligning electrical connector. Luke A Mattare et al, January 15, 1974: US3786391 (93 worldwide citation)

A magnetic self-aligning electrical connector comprising a pair of connector or coupling havles each having electrical contact means therein and one of said coupling halves having magnetic means therein disposed opposite means in said other coupling half for cooperation with said magnet means to hol ...


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Mathauser William R: Bicycle brake arrangement. December 4, 1973: US3776333 (72 worldwide citation)

A bicycle brake arrangement in which each of the front and rear wheel forks adjustably carry a pair of hydraulic slave cylinder-piston units, one unit of each pair being on an opposite side of a wheel rim with each unit having brake shoe means associated therewith for movement toward and away from a ...


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Mathauser William R: Hydraulically operated shift mechanism for bicycles and the like. July 3, 1973: US3742777 (37 worldwide citation)

A hydraulically actuated shifting mechanism for bicycles and the like, wherein operating lever means is carried on the handlebar of the bicycle or the like and is operatively connected to operate a hydraulic master cylinder means for causing operation of a hydraulically operated slave cylinder means ...


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Mathauser William R: Signalling device for indicating improper position of a skier. February 22, 1972: US3644919 (27 worldwide citation)

A signalling device for indicating improper position of a skier or the like comprising means attachable to the body of the skier and including means responsive to the position of the skier operatively connected with indicating means for causing a signal to indicate when the skier is not in the prope ...


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Mathauser William R: Self-energizing bicycle brake. Shoemaker and Mattare, November 25, 1975: US3921764 (17 worldwide citation)

A self-energizing bicycle brake, comprising a mounting yoke to mount the brake to a bicycle frame adjacent a wheel rim of the bicycle, brake block support arms connected to the yoke on opposite sides of a wheel of the bicycle and movable both toward the wheel and in the direction of travel of the wh ...


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Mathauser William R: Appareil et methode pour verifier la condition dune ligne electrique pour determiner la presence ou le retrait dappareils electriques normalement branches sur la ligne, Apparatus and method to test the condition of an electric service line and to determine the presence and/or removal of electrical equipment connected to the line. Scott Mathauser, September 26, 1978: CA1039360

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSUREApparatus, method and system to check theoperability of an electrical service line, such as atelephone service line or other low voltage service line,between a test station and a telephone service installationor other electrical equipment connected to the line, evenin the a ...


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Doolittle William P, Mathauser William R: Sailboard outhaul and downhaul tensioning mechanism. Neil Pryde, Doolittle William P, Mathauser William R, BROWN Ward, December 1, 1988: WO/1988/009285

A fluid pressure member (26 or 26' or 100) is connected between foot portion (3) and upper portion (4) of the mast (3, 20, 4) of a sailboard (1) which, in turn, are connected to the head (6) and tack (10) of the sailboard sail (7). Controls for a source of fluid under pressure (32 or 50) for the pre ...