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Craig Allen
Erik Russell Bogdon, Joseph Bell Humbert, Douglas Charles Marks, Craig Allen Rodgers, Dominic Patrick Martelli: Circuit breaker including alarm interface lever. Eaton Corporation, Martin J Moran, June 20, 2006: US07064635 (2 worldwide citation)

A circuit breaker including a housing, separable contacts, a cradle rotatably mounted within the housing, an alarm switch mounted within the housing, and an interface lever disposed between the cradle and the alarm switch. The cradle is adapted to rotate about a first axis in a first direction when ...


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Craig Allen
Erik Russell Bogdon, Joseph Bell Humbert, Douglas Charles Marks, Craig Allen Rodgers, Dominic Patrick Martelli: Circuit breaker including alarm interface lever. Eaton Corporation, Martin J Moran Esq, Eaton Electrical, April 6, 2006: US20060071741-A1

A circuit breaker including a housing, separable contacts, a cradle rotatably mounted within the housing, an alarm switch mounted within the housing, and an interface lever disposed between the cradle and the alarm switch. The cradle is adapted to rotate about a first axis in a first direction when ...


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Marvin A Sackner, D Michael Inman: Physiologic signs feedback system. Nims, Cohen Pontani Lieberman & Pavane, April 4, 2000: US06047203 (527 worldwide citation)

A non-invasive physiologic signs monitoring device includes a garment with electrocardiogram electrodes and various inductive plethysmographic sensors sewn, embroidered, embedded, or otherwise attached to the garment with an adhesive. The garment is in the form of a shirt. When the garment is fitted ...


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Itzchak Tavori: Portable vital signs monitor. Mark M Friedman, March 3, 1998: US05724025 (261 worldwide citation)

A system for monitoring vital signs of a live body includes an inquiring device; and a portable monitoring device. The monitoring device includes an electrical circuit, which, in turn, includes a controller, data storage, and input ports. The electrical circuit is designed to read inputs and store d ...


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David W Griffith, Alan C Hurkamp, Donald K Salmon: Method and system for remote monitoring and tracking of inventory. Randtec, Hazel & Thomas P C, March 23, 1999: US05887176 (247 worldwide citation)

The invention encompasses a system that utilizes radio frequency circuitry in combination with microprocessor devices and specially designed software to provide an improved structure and operation for the monitoring, protection and control of inventory assets. Generally, the system is embodied in a ...


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Guy Brillard, Eric Brillard, Jean Claude Crueize: Electronic anti-collison device carried on board a vehicle. II BC SYS, W Thad Adams III, February 22, 1994: US05289182 (179 worldwide citation)

An electronic device for being carried on a vehicle for transmitting information to a vehicle following it over a given route. The electronic device is also intended to receive information coming from a vehicle preceding it over the same route. The device includes a transmitter for transmitting info ...


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Graeme Charles Revell, Ashley Mark Revell: Personal alarm device. Merchant Gould Smith Edell Welter & Schmidt, November 17, 1998: US05838237 (173 worldwide citation)

A self-contained personal alarm device capable of signaling its location to a remote site such as a security station. The personal alarm device includes a housing enclosing a controller, an antenna, a cellular transmitter and a cellular receiver. The controller is coupled to the transmitter and rece ...


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Chao Ting Ho: License plate having reverse alarm device. Photic Electronics, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, August 13, 2002: US06433680 (163 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a license plate having reverse alarm device, more particularly to a license plate frame comprising a reverse alarm device with reverse alarm radar and a vehicle reverse monitoring camera mechanism to improve the safety when the user reverses a motor vehicle.


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Harald Philipp: Fiber optic security system. Russell W Illich, October 8, 1991: US05055827 (133 worldwide citation)

An optical security system is disclosed for one or more appliances such as a network of computers, terminals, and associated peripheral devices. The system comprises an optical fiber cable that is attached to an appliance through attachment devices that are secure from physical attack. The ends of t ...


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Corinna A Roberts: Decorative motion detector. May 25, 2004: US06741163 (125 worldwide citation)

A decorative motion detector, and a method for its use, that is preferably mounted in the interior of an occupied dwelling near an interior doorway area wall to a child's room in an operative position to warn a parent or guardian when people leave or enter the child's room through that doo ...