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Milton Morse: Protective cover for switches. A P M Hexseal Corporation, Arthur L Plevy, January 10, 1995: US05380968 (68 worldwide citation)

An elastomeric protective cover for use with an electrical switch of the type including a movable actuator, such as a rocker switch. A housing region of the protective cover defines an interior cavity for sealing and receiving a portion of the movable actuator of the switch. An interior surface of t ...


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Milton Morse: Synthetic resinous nesting cup construction. Charles E Temko, June 27, 1978: US04096947 (57 worldwide citation)

A synthetic resinous nesting cup construction suitable for manual or mechanical or serial dispensing. The cups, in nested condition, each define a recess capable of retaining a dehydrated commestible above a lower wall thereof, the recess being sealed by the engagement of each cup with another neste ...


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Milton Morse: Enhanced safety device for an electrical appliance. Arthur L Plevy, October 30, 1990: US04967308 (40 worldwide citation)

A safety device adapted for use in a hand held tool for minimizing electrical shock to a user includes a ground plane disposed inside the electrical tool, which, should the tool become immersed in water or become unreasonaly wet, provides a path for electrical current, which energizes a solenoid whi ...


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Milton Morse: Vandal-resistant telephone keypad switch. Nena Morse, Edward R Weingram, December 29, 1987: US04716262 (35 worldwide citation)

A shielded electrical switch includes a pressure-actuated switch comprised of three layers, the top and bottom layer of which are electrically-conductive and the intermediate layer of which is a spacer layer containing apertures at the switch points. A sealing membrane is coupled over the layered sw ...


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Milton Morse: Vandal-resistant shield for telephone keypad. APM Corporation, Edward R Weingram, November 26, 1985: US04555600 (24 worldwide citation)

A standard keypad comprises a rigid support plate having a front face and formed with an array of throughgoing apertures, respective push-buttons projecting at the apertures through the plate past the front face thereof, and a continuous flexible membrane overlying the front face and formed in front ...


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Milton Morse, John Morris: Sealing cap. Nena Morse, Edward R Weingram, January 27, 1987: US04638652 (19 worldwide citation)

A sealing cap is provided for a lock having a key receiving passage therein. The sealing cap comprises a sealing member which overlies the passage. The sealing member has a first slit therein extending from the outer surface of the sealing member to about the midline thereof at a first oblique angle ...


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Milton Morse: Protective cover for telephone. APM Corporation, Edward R Weingram, February 26, 1985: US04501936 (17 worldwide citation)

A protective cover for the push-button array of a push-button telephone set having a planar surface through the push-buttons extend, comprise a flexible elastomeric sheet having at least one recessed portion with side walls forming a pocket which overlies each of the push-buttons on said telephone s ...


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Milton Morse: Sealing means for telephone cover device. APM Corporation, Weingram & Klauber, March 13, 1984: US04436965 (16 worldwide citation)

A gasket is disclosed for use in effectively sealing to communications equipment, a protective cover for a key-actuated switching array which projects through a generally planar surface on the equipment. The protective cover is of the type comprising a flexible elastomeric sheet having one or more r ...


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Milton Morse: Protective cover for telephone push button array. APM Corporation, Weingram & Klauber, March 20, 1984: US04438300 (15 worldwide citation)

A protective cover is disclosed for the push button array of a push button dial telephone set. The cover comprises a flexible elastomeric sheet having a grid of upwardly-directed pockets, the lower-facing ends of which are open for snugly receiving and thereby overlying the corresponding array of pu ...


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Milton Morse: Armored axially displaceable sealing apparatus. Nena Morse, Weingram & Zall, April 25, 1989: US04825023 (10 worldwide citation)

An axially displaceable armored sealing apparatus for push button switches and the like. The apparatus includes a sealed nut unit connected to an anvil for actuating the plunger of a switch by means of a flexible elastomeric member forming a cavity for the plunger of the switch. The anvil is connect ...