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Bartolo William, Belin Yves, Bonhomme Yves, Lazareth Michel, Pion Roux Gerard: Single pole and neutral differential circuit breaker.. Merlin Gerin, October 1, 1986: EP0196241-A1 (92 worldwide citation)

1. A single pole and neutral differential circuit breaker with a moulded case (10) comprising : - a phase circuit having a pair of phase contacts (42, 44) connected to phase input (16) and output terminals (20), respectively located on the two opposing narrow side faces of the case, - a neutral circ ...


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J Scott Jamieson, Henry A Gleason III: Battery powered thermostat. Johnson Service Company, Larry L Shupe, Joseph J Jochman Jr, John Phillip Ryan, March 26, 1985: US04506827 (91 worldwide citation)

The thermostat of the present invention includes a sensor for providing a signal representative of the actual temperature within a space. A microcomputer is coupled to the sensor and intermittently utilizes power at a first level when in an operating state for controllably generating output signals ...


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Burnot Claude, Cholley Jean Paul, Guillon Patrick: Diffential trip unit.. Schneider Electric, August 2, 1995: EP0665569-A1 (84 worldwide citation)

The differential circuit breaker trip unit (10) is coupled to a multi-polar circuit breaker to form a complete modular differential circuit breaker assembly. The trip unit is housed in an insulated enclosure (84). The enclosure houses a differential current detector formed by a summing transformer ( ...


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Athuo Okabayashi, Kimikazu Nakamura, Toshihiko Sugiura: Plunger type electromagnetic relay with arc extinguishing structure. Nippondenso, Cushman Darby & Cushman L, August 13, 1996: US05546061 (68 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic relay is provided which features an arc-extinguishing structure. This electromagnetic relay includes a pair of permanent magnets which are so arranged as to have their magnetic poles oriented diametrically opposite each other across a pair of movable contacts and a pair of station ...


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Ronald D Bishop: Method and apparatus for enabling and disabling certain functions of an automobile. Vetronix Telematics, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps, December 16, 2003: US06664888 (42 worldwide citation)

An apparatus and method designed for use with a vehicle that remotely activates an audio warning device prior to disabling the ability for the driver to start the vehicle. The apparatus is installed in the vehicle and includes a special pager receiver that decodes paging messages sent from a paging ...


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Kenji Ono, Hiromi Nishimura, Tetsuo Mori, Hans Sauer: Electromagnetic relay. Matsushita Electric Works, Hans Sauer, Wigman & Cohen, November 23, 1976: US03993971 (38 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic relay is disclosed comprising within its coil bobbin a magnetic core, the ends of which extend substantially at right angles to the longitudinal axis of the bobbin so as to form pole shoes projecting from the coil bobbin and having mutually aligned pole faces and further comprisin ...


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Schmit Theodore F: Motor control system. Electronic Flag Poles, June 5, 1973: US3737749 (38 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the operation of a reversible electric motor employed in raising and lowering a flag in an automatic flagpole, including thermally responsive current-sensing switching devices and an electromagnetic relay means in a circuit with the motor and arranged to reverse the motor's ...


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Kazuhiro Nobutoki, Kenji Ono: Polarized electromagnetic relay. Matsushita Electric Works, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, September 22, 1987: US04695813 (34 worldwide citation)

A polarized electromagnetic relay includes a flat-shaped armature pivotally supported at its center, an electromagnet with a pair of pole members extending toward the armature ends on either side of the center pivot axis, and a three-pole magnetized permanent magnet bridging between the pole members ...


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Hiroyasu Tanaka, Ikuhiro Yoshihara, Ryuichi Hashimoto, Kazuchika Hiroki, Hideaki Tsuji: Electromagnetic relay. OMRON Corporation, Osha • Liang, March 20, 2012: US08138863 (31 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic relay has a movable contact arranged at one end of a drive shaft that reciprocates in an axis center direction based on excitation and demagnetization of an electromagnet block, and a pair of adjacently arranged fixed contacts with which the movable contact is operable to contact ...


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Naruhito Sasaki, Toshiyuki Kasama, Shigeru Tsujimura, Toshio Watanabe: Operation indicating device for electromagnetic relay. Idec Izumi Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, September 13, 1988: US04771253 (31 worldwide citation)

An operation indicating device for electromagnetic relay which comprises a working member interlockable with an armature of an electromagnetic relay and extending into a space above a yoke, and an indicating member coupled to the working member and having an axis rotatably supported in the space abo ...