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Number: 337/366
Name: Electricity: electrothermally or thermally actuated switches > Thermally actuated switches > With bimetallic element > Bimetallic element unitary with or directly actuates contacts > Snap-action > With magnetic flux source
Description: Subject matter including means for establishing a field of magnetic flux whereby the actuation of the movable contact, or contacts, in at least in part influenced by magnetic force operative within the flux field. The magnetic flux source is generally a permanent magnet.










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6741158 Magnetically sensed thermostat control May. 25, 2004
5917398 Reed contact unit for an electric switch Jun. 29, 1999
5550525 Switch with bimetallic element Aug. 27, 1996
4748432 Device for the automatic control of room temperature in existing automobiles May. 31, 1988
4039993 Over temperature limit switch Aug. 2, 1977











 
 
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