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Electricity: electrothermally or thermally actuated switches

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06/26/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.

20140176293 - Mechanical flexible thermal trip unit for miniature circuit breakers: A flexible thermal trip actuator unit for a circuit breaker is disclosed. The circuit breaker prevents electrical connection between a power line source in the event of an over current. The circuit breaker includes a line connector, a load connector and a trip mechanism. The trip mechanism has an on... Agent:

  
06/19/2014 > 4 patent applications in 4 patent subcategories.

20140167905 - High voltage protection module: A high voltage protection module can include a housing having two chambers and a wall separating the chambers. The wall can have a hole through which a conductive element can pass to electrically couple an input with an output. The conductive element can be configured to break or fuse with... Agent: Keithley Instruments, Inc.

20140167906 - Integrated circuit fuse and method of fabricating the integrated circuit fuse: A fuse formed as part of an integrated circuit has cavities disposed to the sides of the fuse to provide more reliable operation with less chance of re-connection. A method of providing the fuse is also described.... Agent:

20140167907 - Temperature-dependent switch: A temperature-dependent switch having a housing 2, which has a cover part and a lower part, and having a temperature-dependent switching mechanism, which is arranged in the housing 2 and which, depending on its temperature, produces or opens an electrically conductive connection between two external connection terminals provided on an... Agent:

20140167908 - Integrated mechanical device for electrical switching: An integrated circuit comprising a mechanical device for electrical switching comprising a first assembly being thermally deformable and having a beam held at at least two different locations by at least two arms, the beam and the arms being metal and disposed within the same metallization level, and further comprising... Agent: Stmicroelectronics (rousset) Sas

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