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Number: 200/50.14
Name: Electricity: circuit makers and breakers > Interlocking > Between switches and housing > Dual interlocked between door and switch > Lid carrying elements (e.g., contacts, terminals, or movable switch member)
Description: Subject matter wherein the housing cover carries the switching elements such as contacts, terminals, or a moving switch member.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8399785 Electronic apparatus Mar. 19, 2013
7209331 Method and power feed for electrical inspections Apr. 24, 2007
6921287 Exchangeable module for an electric system Jul. 26, 2005
6899561 Integrated latching, and electrical connecting device and method May. 31, 2005
6710270 Switch Mar. 23, 2004
5986247 High frequency heating device which is safe when its exterior is removed Nov. 16, 1999
5818015 Power supply cut-off apparatus of microwave oven Oct. 6, 1998
5396396 Electronic apparatus and method for grounding electronic apparatus Mar. 7, 1995
4542372 Data distribution apparatus Sep. 17, 1985

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