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Robert W Beachley PO Box 11281: Lighting standard or pole with doubly hinged base. Polachek & Saulsbury, June 20, 1972: US3671738 (42 worldwide citation)

A lighting standard or pole is provided with a base assembly including a ground concrete base having upstanding studs arranged at the corners of a square, a base plate having openings receiving the studs and adjustable nuts upon the studs for securing the base plate to the studs in a manner that the ...


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Slade Doyle D: Motor driven patio cover. April 2, 1974: US3801809 (19 worldwide citation)

A device which is motorized to form cover means for furniture from the sun and the rain. This device consists primarily of an umbrella-like structure having flood lamps secured to it, the structure being raised and lowered by switch means secured to the pipe which slideably carries a sleeve secured ...


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George Michael Drake, Raymond Joseph Hiller, Kenneth Earl Ramsey, Ross Alfred Horton: Integral worklight. Cooper Technologies Company, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley, January 27, 2004: US06682209 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention concerns a worklight that is easily and safety transportable. The worklight of the present invention includes a stand which defines an interior cavity. An extendable support or telescopic pole may be attached to the stand. The invention further includes at least one light fixtu ...


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Meyer Roy E: Remote fixture lowering device. Meyer Manufacturing, August 22, 1972: US3686498 (16 worldwide citation)

A tower supporting a light fixture at an elevated location on support cables trained over pulleys at the top of the tower and also suspending a counterweight which holds the fixture upwardly against the tower brackets. The counterweight being removably attached to the cables and also removably carry ...


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Yoshitaka Tanaka, Kazuyuki Shirai, Tooru Yokoo, Yoshiharu Suzuki: Lighting optical system. Pioneer Electronic Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas PLLC, May 2, 2000: US06057899 (15 worldwide citation)

A lighting optical system 100 having: a light source 101 for emitted a light; a reflector 102 for reflecting the emitted light; a first integrator lens unit 103 disposed at a place where a surface thereof crosses an optical axis of the reflected light, the first integrator lens unit 103 having a plu ...


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John S Garchinsky: Luminaire raising and lowering system. Union Metal Manufacturing Company, Frease & Bishop, January 31, 1984: US04429355 (15 worldwide citation)

The luminaire raising and lowering system includes a mast head in which a plurality of sets of pulleys are located. A carrier ring containing a number of lighting fixtures is suspended from the top head mast by a plurality of cables associated with respective ones of said sets of pulleys. Those cabl ...


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Wolf John H: Ground level service rack for pole-mounted fixtures. Rose & Edell, April 16, 1974: US3805054 (15 worldwide citation)

An assembly for ground level installation and servicing of one or more pole-mounted light sources includes a support rack having guide sheaves which ride the pole in response to operation of a hoist cable and pulley arrangement. To slow the fall of the rack in the event of hoist cable failure during ...


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Archie McWilliams, Clyde A Foor, Daniel J Love: Double drum level winding rope lift mechanism for luminaires on high lighting masts. Meade Industrial Services, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, July 25, 1989: US04851980 (14 worldwide citation)

A winch having a pair of first and second cylindrical drums; a drive to simultaneously axially rotate the drum; a reciprocating bracket which travels substantially axially parallel to the drums when the drums rotate; the bracket having a pair of spaced apart first and second rope guides; the first g ...


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Robert E Kaeser: Pole and device for raising and lowering lighting fixtures thereon. LCA Corporation, Seidel Gonda & Goldhammer, May 24, 1977: US04025782 (13 worldwide citation)

A pole or mast is disclosed having lighting fixtures at the upper end thereof and means for raising and lowering the lighting fixtures by a cable. The pole is constructed so that it may receive and temporarily support a portable device having a motorized winch for raising and lowering the lighting f ...


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Kiehn Mogens: Combination mast and light raising signalling means and lowering apparatus. Wallenstein Spangenberg Hattis & Strampel, October 7, 1975: US3911267 (13 worldwide citation)

A light carrying frame preferably in the form of a ring-like structure in spaced encircling relationship to a mast is provided with supporting cables extending upwardly from the frame and around pulleys at the top of the mast. The cables pass down through the mast to a windlass apparatus at the bott ...