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Southwest Laboratories, Inc. Patents
Southwest Laboratories, Inc.
Santa Ana, CA
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
D274368 Combined emergency power loss light and alarm June 19, 1984
4814748 Temporary desensitization technique for smoke alarms March 21, 1989
A smoke alarm having a detector circuit for detecting smoke and producing a sensible signal in response to such detected smoke is provided with a manually actuated control which cooperates with the smoke detector circuit temporarily desensitize the smoke detector circuit and later to
4672229 Wall-mounted touch control switch June 9, 1987
An improved touch control switch is adapted to be a direct replacement for a standard toggle switch in a standard single-gang or multi-gang switch box. The touch control switch includes a touch panel mountable on the outside of a standard wall plate and a touch control circuit mountable

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