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Number: 102/244
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Igniting devices and systems > Arming devices > Blocking or interrupting type > Centrifugal operated > Rotor or slide
Description: Subject matter in which the blocking or interrupting means includes a rotatable or slidable means actuated or operated by centrifugal force.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
102/245 Centrifugally released latch 49
102/246 Deceleration released latch 10


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8689690 Safety and arming device with breakable lock Apr. 8, 2014
8448574 Ultra-miniature electro-mechanical safety and arming device May. 28, 2013
8250984 Mine-defeating submunition Aug. 28, 2012
8245642 Projectile safety system Aug. 21, 2012
8113118 Spin sensor for low spin munitions Feb. 14, 2012
7478595 Base mounted airburst fuze for projectile Jan. 20, 2009
7367268 Safety and arming device for a spinning projectile fuze May. 6, 2008
7360486 Safety system for the ignition chain of a projectile fuze Apr. 22, 2008
6705231 Safing and arming device for artillery submunitions Mar. 16, 2004
6568329 Microelectromechanical system (MEMS) safe and arm apparatus May. 27, 2003
6564716 Fuzes having centrifugal arming lock for a munition May. 20, 2003
6530324 Fuze mechanism for a munition Mar. 11, 2003
6237495 Self-destructing impact fuse May. 29, 2001
6035783 High performance fuze Mar. 14, 2000
5686692 Single fuse follow-through grenade Nov. 11, 1997
5585592 Shock tolerant fuze Dec. 17, 1996
5526749 Laser detonated projectile apparatus Jun. 18, 1996
5269223 Piezoelectric fuse system with safe and arm device for ammunition Dec. 14, 1993
4986184 Self-sterilizing fire-on-the-fly bi-stable safe and arm device Jan. 22, 1991
H699 Submunition fuse with pyrotechnic ignition Nov. 7, 1989
4798139 Solenoid-operated devices Jan. 17, 1989
4662278 Fuse assembly May. 5, 1987
4574702 Armour-piercing high-explosive projectile with cartridge Mar. 11, 1986
4494459 Explosive projectile Jan. 22, 1985
4464992 Sector type initiator for artillery projectiles Aug. 14, 1984
4449457 Safety device for the fuzes of nonspinning or slowly spinning projectiles May. 22, 1984
4432283 Projectile fuse responsive to the spinning motion of a projectile Feb. 21, 1984
4429633 Impact igniter Feb. 7, 1984
4421033 Exercise projectile Dec. 20, 1983
4418621 Mechanism for a rotating projectile fuze Dec. 6, 1983
4223608 Safety device for percussion-fuse of rifled missiles Sep. 23, 1980
4215635 Safe and arming device Aug. 5, 1980
4167905 Hand grenade fuze with self-induced spin for arming Sep. 18, 1979
4109583 Projectile fuze Aug. 29, 1978
4092927 Delay arming mechanism for fuzes Jun. 6, 1978
4090450 Safety device May. 23, 1978
4026216 Arming fuze for artillery shell May. 31, 1977
4015532 Energy generator for rotating projectiles Apr. 5, 1977
3956992 Wide-angle inertial impact fuze May. 18, 1976











 
 
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