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Sidney H Martin: Electrical devices. International Computers, Hane Roberts Spiecens & Cohen, March 8, 1983: US04376238 (28 worldwide citation)

A membrane switch assembly in which portions of a membrane 14 mounted on a base member 11 are belled-outwardly to provide cavities 15, which are positioned so as to overly the location at which conductors 21, 22 are to be connected. The formation of each belled out portion is such that each portion ...


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Sidney H Martin: Electrical sealing device. International Computers, Lee Smith & Jager, December 29, 1981: US04308417 (17 worldwide citation)

An electrical sealing device consisting of a brush-like element comprising a plurality of flexible filaments (1) the majority of which are electrically conductive and are distributed substantially uniformly among the insulating filaments. The device can be used, for example, for electrically sealing ...


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Sidney H Martin: Equipment cabinets having sliding closure. International Computers, Lee Smith & Zickert, February 17, 1987: US04643333 (4 worldwide citation)

A cabinet for housing electronic equipment constructed entirely from plastics material. The cabinet comprises a base and panels all formed with integral parts which interlock to secure adjacent panels together thereby dispensing with the need for any structural framework. The cabinet is provided wit ...


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Sidney H Martin: Connection arrangement for an electrically screened sleeve. International Computers, Lee Smith & Zickert, October 28, 1986: US04619488 (2 worldwide citation)

A connection arrangement (6) located on the side of a screened sleeve (2) housing electrical cables (1) for connecting the sleeve (2) to a unit of electrical or electronic equipment. The arrangement comprises a frame (17,18,19,20) of conductive material secured to flaps (13,14,15,16) cut in the wall ...