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Robert K Hollenbeck, Dennis P Bobay, James E Grimm, Norman Golm Jr, Gregory Thompson, Jeffrey A Hall: Electric motor having snap connection assembly. General Electric Company, Damian Wasserbauer, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, May 15, 2001: US06232687 (44 worldwide citation)

An electric motor having a snap-together construction without the use of separate fasteners. The construction of the motor removes additive tolerances for a more accurate assembly. The motor is capable of programming and testing after final assembly and can be non-destructively disassembled for repa ...


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Robert K Hollenbeck, Jimmy R Rickard: Start control arrangement for split phase induction motor. General Electric Company, H Neil Houser, Radford M Reams, October 11, 1983: US04409532 (41 worldwide citation)

A control arrangement for a reversible alternating current split phase induction motor of the type having a start winding electrically connected in parallel with a run winding, which controls the duty cycle of current in the start winding to selectively initiate rotation of the motor in the desired ...


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Glen C Young, Brian L Beifus, Robert K Hollenbeck, Austars R Schnore, Charles M Stephens, Paul M Szczesny, Thomas M Jahns, Eric R Benedict: Single phase motor for laundering apparatus. General Electric Company, Enrique J Mora, November 17, 1998: US05838127 (37 worldwide citation)

A motor system having a stationary assembly including a winding and a rotatable assembly in magnetic coupling relation to the stationary assembly. A power supply link having upper and lower rails supplied by a power supply provides power to the motor winding. The power supply link has power switches ...


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Jimmy R Rickard, Robert K Hollenbeck: Test initiating apparatus for appliances having self-diagnostic testing capability. General Electric Company, H Neil Houser, Radford M Reams, December 9, 1986: US04628443 (29 worldwide citation)

A test initiating device connectible to the power cord of an electronically controlled appliance for initiating appliance operation in either a normal operating mode or a self-diagnostic test mode. When so connected the test device is selectively switchable between a first state in which the device ...


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Jimmy R Rickard, Robert K Hollenbeck: Washing machine with out-of-balance detection and correction capability. General Electric Company, Frederick P Weidner, Radford M Reams, October 25, 1983: US04411664 (28 worldwide citation)

An automatic clothes washing appliance of the vertical axis type for a clothes washing operation having a plurality of cycles including wash and spin cycles incorporating a tub, a clothes receiving basket movably supported in the tub, means for distributing fill water to the articles received in the ...


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Robert K Hollenbeck: Compressor including a motor and motor control in the compressor housing and method of manufacture. General Electric Company, Damian Wasserbauer, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, September 5, 2000: US06112535 (28 worldwide citation)

A refrigeration system to be driven by an electrical power source. A compressor mechanism in a hermetically sealed compressor housing circulates a refrigerant located within the compressor housing through a loop. A motor in the compressor housing and in contact with the refrigerant within the compre ...


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Robert K Hollenbeck: Draft inducer air flow control. General Electric Company, Ralph E Krisher Jr, May 23, 1995: US05418438 (27 worldwide citation)

A control circuit for a motor driving a fan for inducing a draft in the exhaust of a heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) system. The control circuit may be used in conjunction with either a variable pressure sensor or one or two discrete pressure sensors. A controller receives informati ...


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Robert K Hollenbeck: DC link circuit for an electronically commutated motor. General Electric Company, Ralph E Krisher Jr, April 30, 1996: US05513058 (27 worldwide citation)

A protective DC link circuit connecting a motor to a power supply. The motor has a stationary assembly and a rotatable assembly in magnetic coupling relation thereto and includes windings adapted to be commutated in at least one preselected sequence. The motor also has power switches for selectively ...


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Robert K Hollenbeck, David M Erdman, Dennis P Bobay, James E Grimm, Harold B Harms, David T Molnar: Motor with external rotor. General Electric Company, Damian Wasserbauer, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, May 29, 2001: US06239532 (26 worldwide citation)

An inside out motor includes a rotor including a concave member, a shaft defining a longitudinal axis mounted on the concave member and a magnet mounted on an interior surface of the concave member. A bearing receives the shaft for rotatably mounting the rotor. A stator assembly is mounted on said b ...


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David T Molnar, Robert K Hollenbeck: Dynamoelectric machine. General Electric Company, Wayne O Traynham, Senniger Powers Leavitt & Roedel, April 20, 1999: US05895994 (26 worldwide citation)

A dynamoelectric machine has a stator end cap mounted on a stator core, which attaches a control circuit board directly onto the stator. The end cap has integrally formed fingers which permit snap on connection of the circuit board. Guide pins make certain the circuit board is oriented properly upon ...



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