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Electricity: electrothermally or thermally actuated switches

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04/10/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.

20140097932 - Bent midi or safety fuse: c) a fuse element (15a, 15b) is arranged on an area of the first contact blade (11), and wherein the particularly rail-like securing element (15a, 15b) extends perpendicularly to the direction, in which the portion of the first contact blade (11) protrudes from housing (13).... Agent: Lisa Dr&#xe4 Xlmaier Gmbh

  
04/03/2014 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories.

20140091893 - Changing the state of a switch through the application of power: A switch includes a spring. The switch further includes a collapsing element. The spring has a first state in which it is being held in tension by a restraining element and a second state in which it is not being held in tension because the restraining element has failed. The... Agent: Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

20140091894 - Overload release, in particular for a circuit breaker: An overload release is disclosed, in particular for a circuit breaker, including a metal strip which is made of at least two different types of metal and around which a heat conductor is wound. In an embodiment, the mechanical and electrical connection of the metal strip can be completely or... Agent: Siemens Aktiengesellschaft

20140091895 - Disconnector for electric power equipment filled with dielectric liquid: A disconnector for electric power equipment filled with dielectric liquid, especially transformers, applicable in protecting the operation of electric power equipment. The disconnector contains at least two cylindrical current-limiting fuses situated inside a tank, and each fuse is electrically connected with external phase power supply and through fixed contacts and... Agent: Abb Technology Ag

  
03/27/2014 > 3 patent applications in 3 patent subcategories.
  
03/20/2014 > 1 patent applications in 1 patent subcategories.

20140077921 - Overload protection lacking automatic reset for use with active material actuation: An actuation assembly adapted to protect against overload conditions, includes an active material actuator and an active material overload protection device either with or without a manual reset.... Agent: Gm Global Technology Operations LLC

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