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Blair; Carl D.
Freeport, IL
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5155308 Inclination sensitive switch October 13, 1992
An inclination sensitive switch is provided which incorporates a support member that has a device attached to it which can serve as a fulcrum point. A lever is supported by the support member at the fulcrum point in such a way that the lever can operate as a pivotal beam which is rotatab
5136127 Tilt actuated switch August 4, 1992
A tilt switch is provided which incorporates first and second conductive end caps that are disposed apart by a predetermined amount to define a gap between the inwardly directed end faces of the end caps. A nonconducting member is used to provide the appropriate spacing of the first and
5136126 Tilt switch August 4, 1992
A tilt switch is provided which comprises a plurality of rails which are connectable in electrical communication with circuit points of an electrical circuit. The preferred embodiment of the present invention comprises first, second and third rails which are associated in preselected

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