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Number: 102/241
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Igniting devices and systems > Arming devices > Blocking or interrupting type > Centrifugal operated > Latch for impacting device > Pivoted weight
Description: Subject matter in which the latch includes a weight or inertia responsive member attached at and pivotable about a point and acted on by the centrifugal force to release the impacting device.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4622898 Spin activated mechanism Nov. 18, 1986
4604953 Void-sensing fuze Aug. 12, 1986
4534292 Self-destruct device for spin-stabilized projectile detonators Aug. 13, 1985
4464992 Sector type initiator for artillery projectiles Aug. 14, 1984
4167905 Hand grenade fuze with self-induced spin for arming Sep. 18, 1979











 
 
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