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Number: 116/37
Name: Signals and indicators > Vehicle > Motion and direction > Speed controlled
Description: Devices in which the signal is caused to operate, usually revolve, by connection with an axle or wheel of the vehicle. Generally a light flashes according to the speed of a rail-way-car.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
116/38 Governor actuated 1

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7598849 Heads-up speed display for vehicles Oct. 6, 2009
7494256 Illuminated instrument cluster with perceived 3-D display segments Feb. 24, 2009
7327239 Heads-up speed display for vehicles Feb. 5, 2008
6020813 Self-canceling vehicle turn signal with safety reactivation Feb. 1, 2000
5952570 Horizontal speed indicator for rotary-wing aircraft Sep. 14, 1999
5048451 Vehicle caution sign Sep. 17, 1991
4189706 Vehicle control for multiple speeds Feb. 19, 1980
4169414 Electrohydraulic locomotive drive Oct. 2, 1979

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