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Bobier Electronics, Inc. Patents
Bobier Electronics, Inc.
Parkersburg, WV
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5089764 Solar panel driven air purging apparatus for motor vehicles February 18, 1992
Apparatus and system for purging hot air from the cabin of vehicles when parked under hot sun conditions. The system employs a solar panel of relatively smaller size suited for incorporation with a sun roof or rear window of the vehicle. A power transfer regulator is utilized which is
4847546 Solar panel output enhancement circuit July 11, 1989
A circuit for operation with solar panels exhibiting constant current and variable voltage characteristics. The power output of the panels is maximized by the circuit through the use of a step-down form of regulator which functions to monitor the peak voltage level of the panel and r
4742291 Interface control for storage battery based alternate energy systems May 3, 1988
An alternate energy interface control for implementation with utility derived power sources and alternate power sources such as are provided by solar panels, windmills, and the like employed with systems utilizing storage batteries. The system monitors the current level of photovoltaic

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