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Number: 102/246
Name: Ammunition and explosives > Igniting devices and systems > Arming devices > Blocking or interrupting type > Centrifugal operated > Rotor or slide > Deceleration released latch
Description: Subject matter in which the rotor or slide is released in response to a decelerating force.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8082845 Self destruction impact fuse Dec. 27, 2011
7913623 MEMS fuze assembly Mar. 29, 2011
5440992 Priming and self-destruct system of a munition Aug. 15, 1995
5081929 Projectile having a movable interior fuze Jan. 21, 1992
4915028 Dud de-arming device or insert for a projectile fuze Apr. 10, 1990
4726294 Projectile impact fuze containing de-arming device Feb. 23, 1988
4510869 Rotating cage security device for a gyratory projectile Apr. 16, 1985
4449455 Inertia fuse with a self-destruct device for use in spinning projectiles May. 22, 1984
4262598 Delay fuse Apr. 21, 1981
4018164 Projectile fuze containing a floating body Apr. 19, 1977











 
 
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