Resources Contact Us Home
Rope light track system

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7347606.

A rope light track system houses a tubular flexible rope light string and can be mounted on or in various interior and exterior structures to protect the light string from damage and provide utilitarian and decorative lighting. The system includes a plurality of elongate rigid or semi-rigid tracks having a longitudinal generally rectangular U-shaped retention channel with an open end defined by laterally opposed side walls adjoined at one end by a transverse base wall and at least one retainer element near the open end. The tracks have side portions or a mounting flange portion extending outwardly from the retention channel to accommodate various mounting configurations. An elongate tubular flexible rope lighting string is removably mounted in the retention channel and retained therein to prevent accidental removal, and is disposed below the channel open end to protect it from being damaged and allow light emanating therefrom to be directed out of the channel open end. Various control devices control the illuminating operation of the rope light string.

  Recently Added Patents
Method for implementing dynamic pseudorandom keyboard remapping
Pet cremation urn
Therapeutic human anti-IL-1R1 monoclonal antibody
Method and apparatus for executing load distributed printing
Washing machine
Incrementally increasing deployment of gateways
Peptide vectors
  Randomly Featured Patents
Metal locking tie
Portable rechargeable power supply adaptor with illuminated key holder
Bug screen interface device
Combined spinal interbody and plate assemblies
Quick connected device with easy installation features including a plug and spring
Trailing edge cooling for turbine blade airfoil
Output circuit and brushless motor using the same
Data converter, data conversion method, program for making computer function as data converter and recording medium for storing this program
Air pollution control system
Litter-free pet waste collection system