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Electricity: electrothermally or thermally actuated switches July cataloged by category listing 07/08Below are recently published patent applications awaiting approval from the USPTO. Recent week's RSS XML file available below.
Listing for abstract view: USPTO application #, Title, Abstract excerpt,Patent Agent. Listing format for list view: USPTO National Class full category number, title of the patent application. 07/31/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080180208 - Fuse sleeve having window for blown fuse indication: A protective sleeve for a fuse connection includes an insulative sleeve body having first and second body portions adapted to provide a water-resistant seal at opposite ends of the fuse connection and a substantially transparent window disposed between the first and second body portions. The window permits a visual indicator... Agent: Hoffmann & Baron, LLP07/24/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080174399 - Fuse mounting member: A fuse mounting assembly includes an epoxy-bonded glass-fiber core that is surrounded by a resilient sleeve having a number of radially extending members. Attached to an end of the core is a first mounting bracket and attached to another end of the core is another mounting bracket. Each of the... Agent: Martin J. Moran Eaton Electrical, Inc.07/17/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080169897 - Temperature switch: A temperature switch includes a heat-conductive plate adapted to contact a heating element, an insulating support connected to the plate, and a switching unit mounted on the insulating support and including first and second fixed contact members adapted to be connected electrically and respectively to two electrical wires, and a... Agent: Christensen, O'connor, Johnson, Kindness, PLLC07/10/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080164969 - Semiconductor device: A plurality of projecting portions 10f are formed in the position shifted from the middle position of electric fuse part 10a, and, more concretely, are formed in the position distant from via 10e and near via 10d. A plurality of projecting portions 20f are formed in the position shifted from... Agent: Miles & Stockbridge PC07/03/2008 > patent applications in patent subcategories. cataloged by category listing
20080157916 - Thermostatic element, in particular, for a cooling circuit and a method for the production thereof: A thermostatic element (1) comprises a thermoconductive cup (2) containing a thermo-expandable substance (3) and a piston (4), which is axially displaceable with respect to said cup by the action of the thermo-expandable substance produced during the expansion thereof. The guiding of the piston with respect to the cup and... Agent: Ralph A. Dowell Of Dowell & Dowell P.c.Previous industry: Inductor devices
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