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Number: 361/211
Name: Electricity: electrical systems and devices > Control circuits for nonelectromagnetic type relay (e.g., thermal relays)
Description: Subject matter relating to control circuits for relays which utilize means other than electromechanical means to open or close electrical contacts.










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6445276 Electrical fuse for use in motor vehicles Sep. 3, 2002
5812424 Relay control circuit Sep. 22, 1998
5140493 Control system, method of operating an article cleaning apparatus and controlled article cleaning apparatus Aug. 18, 1992
4907123 Electromechanical transducer type relay Mar. 6, 1990
4879437 Manually controlled switching apparatus Nov. 7, 1989
4819126 Piezoelectic relay module to be utilized in an appliance or the like Apr. 4, 1989
4806815 Linear motion actuator utilizing extended shape memory alloy member Feb. 21, 1989
4797649 Circuit breaker actuated by shape memory alloy Jan. 10, 1989
4745385 Switching relays May. 17, 1988
4733323 Photothermic and time switch devices for outdoor low tension power supply system Mar. 22, 1988
4544988 Bistable shape memory effect thermal transducers Oct. 1, 1985
4328528 Two-wire condition control circuit means May. 4, 1982
4131930 Thermal time-delay switch Dec. 26, 1978
4123746 Thermal relay and automobile cornering lamp control utilizing the same Oct. 31, 1978
4117346 Thermal power sustaining switch Sep. 26, 1978
4112279 Piezoelectric relay construction Sep. 5, 1978
4007404 High gain relays and systems Feb. 8, 1977
3974426 In-line energization and de-energization of an external load in series with an external source of electricity in response to externally sensed parameters Aug. 10, 1976











 
 
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