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James Doherty
James W Doherty: Electrical outlet box. Joseph R Birkner, November 14, 2000: US06147304 (95 worldwide citation)

An electrical outlet box for selectively receiving both high voltage and low voltage conductors and electrical components such as an a.c. 120 V power outlet, a telephone jack and a cable television (CATV) adapter. The electrical outlet box has a housing with a first section juxtaposed in spaced rela ...


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David Sherrer
David W Sherrer, James R Reid Jr: Devices and methods for solder flow control in three-dimensional microstructures. Nuvotronics, Niels Haun, Dann Dorfman Herrell & Skillman PC, October 21, 2014: US08866300 (4 worldwide citation)

Structures, materials, and methods to control the spread of a solder material or other flowable conductive material in electronic and/or electromagnetic devices are provided.


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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang, Robert Belinski, Robbi McDonald: Apparatus and method for providing electric cables within a magnetic resonance imaging system. General Electric Company, The Small Patent Law Group, Dean D Small, May 27, 2014: US08735723 (1 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method for mounting cables within a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system are provided. One apparatus includes a cable assembly having a rigid support structure defining a channel with a cross-section and an electrical cable having a cross-section smaller than the cross-section of ...


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Longzhi Jiang
Longzhi Jiang, Robert Belinski, Robbi McDonald: Apparatus and method for providing electric cables within a magnetic resonance imaging system. May 17, 2012: US20120118630-A1

An apparatus and method for mounting cables within a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system are provided. One apparatus includes a cable assembly having a rigid support structure defining a channel with a cross-section and an electrical cable having a cross-section smaller than the cross-section of ...


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Dean C Pearson: Underground utility equipment vault. Willis B Swartwout III, November 24, 1987: US04709120 (262 worldwide citation)

An improved underground utility equipment vault is comprised of at least two concentrically disposed chambers. The inner chamber is a non-electrically conductive material such as wood and is disposed in spaced concentric relationship within the outer chamber which is metallic, preferably steel. The ...


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Improvements in or relating to suspension and straining clamps for electric conductors. Johannes Wilhelm Hofmann, September 20, 1928: GB297160-A (208 worldwide citation)

297,160. Hofmann, J. W. June 23, 1927. Drawings to Specification. Clamps for cables.-The parts of a clamp for suspending or straining electric cables which are in contact with the conductor are made of the same metal as the conductor, while the other parts are made of iron or steel. Corrosion betwee ...


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Ian J Gray, Melvin D White: Electrical conductor terminating arrangements. ITT, Thomas L Peterson, August 20, 1996: US05548088 (173 worldwide citation)

An electrical conductor terminating arrangement such as an electrical connector includes a contact-making element which makes good contact with an electrical conductor in response to axial pressure displacement over the contact-making element of a displaceable element to exert a radial force on the ...


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Ji Hyun Kim, Suk Jin Han, Jae Bong Lee: Vacuum cleaner and control method thereof. Samsung Electronics, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis L, November 24, 1998: US05841259 (170 worldwide citation)

A vacuum cleaner is selectively operable in one of three modes, namely: an automatic self-directing mode, a remotely controlled mode, or a manual mode. The vacuum carries ultrasonic object detectors for detecting walls of a room being cleaned, as well as obstacles in the room. When in a self-directi ...


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Andrew J LeVesque, John K Roberts: Rearview mirror with buttons incorporating display. Gentex Corporation, Brian J Rees, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, June 18, 2002: US06407468 (165 worldwide citation)

An electrochromic mirror includes housing, a rearview mirror subassembly including a reflector in the housing, and an electrical circuit with switches adapted to interact with electrical systems in the vehicle. An elongated display area is formed in a face of the housing assembly, either under, asid ...


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James D S Martin: Segmented flexible housing. W L Gore & Associates, E Alan Uebler, October 19, 1993: US05254809 (165 worldwide citation)

A flexible housing for use as a cable management system for a submarine mast is capable of flexing in a plane between predetermined limits. It comprises a conduit contained within a flexible outer jacket and formed of a plurality of abutting segments, each having an opening therethrough and forming ...



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