Roy L Henneberger, Ronald M Weitnauer, Wayne A Johnson: Optic cable management system. ADC Telecommunications, Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, November 26, 1991: US05067678 (128 worldwide citation)

A cable routing system is disclosed having a plurality of troughs. Each of the troughs includes walls cooperating to define a cable pathway. The trough has attachment members secured to the walls. The attachment members present cooperating surfaces which receive a mounting bracket of predetermined d ...

Joseph C Perin Jr, John C Scott: Cable and termination for high voltage and high frequency applications. General Electric Company, Jerome C Squillaro, Bernard E Shay, November 24, 1992: US05166477 (127 worldwide citation)

A cable and termination for high voltage and high frequency current carrying applications includes an inner conductor having a sheath of braided metallic wire and a cylindrical core of flexible material extending within the sheath and supporting the sheath to prevent reduction in diameter of the she ...

Alfredo Arenas, Anthony Tufano: Snap-on wallplate system. Leviton Manufacturing Co, Paul J Sutton, April 20, 1999: US05895888 (124 worldwide citation)

A cover plate device for covering a wall mounted wiring device having no visible fasteners when installed. An attachment plate is attached over and to a wiring device which has been mounted in and to a ganged box mounted adjacent an aperture in a wall. Latch pawls are arranged at the opposite longit ...

Reeve Michael Harry, Cassidy Stephen Anthony: Optical fibre transmission lines.. British Telecomm, May 16, 1984: EP0108590-A1 (123 worldwide citation)

An optical fibre transmission line is installed by first installing a conduit (11) having one or more bores (12) and subsequently inserting flexible, lightweight optical fibre members (14) containing the optical fibres (22, 32) into the bores (12). The optical fibre members (14) are propelled by emp ...

Mark Stransky, Keith Miller, Mark Burns, Robert Peterson, Bryan Casenhiser: Adjustable cover for conductors and insulators. Preformed Line Products Co, Cooper Legal Group, December 9, 2014: US08907222 (122 worldwide citation)

A cover apparatus can cover an electrical insulator and an electrical conductor. The cover apparatus includes one or more leg sections for covering a portion of the electrical conductor. The cover apparatus includes a cover section coupled to the one or more leg sections and covering a portion of th ...

Masashi Ikegami, Toshihiko Matsuhashi, Yoshiya Yamaue, Takashi Tanaka, Katsunori Hayashi, Daizo Takaoka: Electric working apparatus supplied with electric power through power supply cord. Sanyo Electric, Darby & Darby, July 15, 1997: US05647554 (122 worldwide citation)

An electric working apparatus includes a movable body which is driven by a movement mechanism, and the movable body is provided with a working mechanism such as an articulated robot. The movement mechanism, the working mechanism and etc. are driven by an electric power which is supplied through a po ...

Douglas W Phelps Jr, Robert J Redmond, William C Ward: Peripheral/area wire bonding technique. International Business Machines Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, January 3, 1989: US04796078 (121 worldwide citation)

An electronic assembly having a semiconductor device back bonded to a first lead frame. An adhesive insulative tape is placed on the first lead frame and the device. A second lead frame is mounted on the adhesive tape. Electrical contacts by wire bonds are established between the device and the firs ...

Shiro Sakuragi, Kyoshiro Imagawa: Flexible cable. Horiba, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack, August 2, 1983: US04396797 (121 worldwide citation)

A flexible cable suitably used as a jacket or cover for an inner conduit member such as a gas conduit or a liquid conduit, a signal transmission line, or an energy transmission line, or the like, which can provide safe use of the conduit inserted thereinto by limiting the bending radius thereof. The ...

Sasaki Junichi, Higashioa Shuichi, Kojima Tooru: Heat-generative electric wire.. Furukawa Electric, October 10, 1990: EP0391719-A1 (120 worldwide citation)

A heat-generative electric wire (1) comprising a Ni-Fe alloy wire member (3) which contains 45 to 80% by weight of Ni with the remaining portion being substantially Fe and which is wound on or stranded with the outermost layer of an overhead electric wire (2) exhibits adequate heat generation at low ...

Kerduel Christian: Dispositif de jonction de lextremite dun cable coaxial cannele helicoidalement avec un connecteur. Cables de Lyon Geoffroy Delore, February 13, 1981: FR2462798-A1 (120 worldwide citation)