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WO/1996/017422A2
With an enclosed high-voltage electrical line having a high-voltage electrical conductor (2) that is supported within a enclosure (1) by one or more support elements (3, 4, 5), each of which has at least one insulation part (6, 7, 8), an...  
WO/1996/015577A1
A laminated bus assembly (60) including a high power coupler to provide a low impedance, low noise laminated bus assembly for a switched power converter that includes a plurality of switch pairs to convert between an AC power line and a ...  
WO/1996/014683A1
A shielding (1) for a gas-insulated high-voltage conductor (2) has a metal tube (3) and a sheath (5) of a hardenable material fitted thereon. The sheath (5) is coated on the outside by a layer (6) of waterproof plastic. In order to impro...  
WO/1996/012327A1
A flexible electrically conductive track including an elongated flexible insulating member (150) providing at least one longitudinally extending slot (159) to receive an electric conductor (158). The conductor (158) includes a pair of ge...  
WO/1996/008859A1
A tubular metal cladding (1) contains a high voltage conductor (2), in particular a gas-insulated conductor and an electroconductive tube (3) arranged in an area of the inner wall of the metal cladding (1), parallel to its axis at the po...  
WO/1996/007814A1
An energy supply train for underground mining has several universal transport unit frames (UTU frames) (1) interconnected by drawbars and useful as elements of a suspended monorail. At least one of the UTU frames carries a heavy-duty tra...  
WO/1996/008064A1
A compact electrical bus (10, 10') includes an axially elongated conduit (12, 12'), an axially elongated insulator (14, 14') within the conduit (12, 12') and spaced apart axially elongated electrical conductors (16, 16', 40) lying along ...  
WO/1996/002956A1
A bus coupling (10) for connection to bus (12 and 14) in an electrical system comprises a coupling having a substantially cylindrical outer surface (16) and an inner surface (18) for receiving the bus. A portion of the outer surface of t...  
WO/1995/024754A1
A device (10) for changing the run direction of a prebussed rigid conduit electrical distribution system. The device has a number of electrical conductor assemblies (114) which are substantially enclosed within a hollow housing (14). The...  
WO/1995/024721A1
A device for resolving axial and angular misalignments between electrical conductors of adjacent sections of a pre-bussed rigid conduit electrical feeder system. The variable phase positioning device includes a flexible housing with an e...  
WO/1995/016293A1
The invention concerns a conductor rail comprising a bearing structure (13), an insulator (11) and a conductor or conductors (12). The bearing structure (13) and insulating structure (11) of the conductor rail (10) are produced as the sa...  
WO/1995/012909A1
An elbow for changing the run direction of a pre-bussed rigid conduit electrical distribution system. The elbow has a number of individually insulated electrical conductors each of which is formed to a predetermined angle. The conductors...  
WO/1995/012233A1
In a conductor connection for the endpieces (1, 2) of two cylindrical high-voltage conductors whose ends are rounded as domes, in particular the busbar conductors of a totally enclosed high-voltage installation, each conductor endpiece i...  
WO/1995/006342A1
A busway tap-off base assembly (10) includes a base (38) of insulating material and a pivotally attached door (42). A seal (34) is placed on the busway housing around the tap-off opening. The base is slidably received in the busway tap-o...  
WO/1995/005694A1
The multi-path switchgear proposed is equipped with a protective device designed to protect it against stray arcs. The protective device consists of the insulating parts (4, 5, 6) tightly sheathing the subconductors (1) making up the bus...  
WO/1995/003615A1
A branch box system for flat cables includes several different types of branch boxes. Each type of branch box is provided for a determined type of flat cable. The system includes a branch box (25) for a main cable (1) with three leads ha...  
WO/1995/003644A1
An electrical distribution assembly (11) includes an elongate flexible insulated housing (12) having a plurality of longitudinally extending slots (13-16), one slot (16) being in a face opposed to the face containing the other slots (13-...  
WO/1995/001663A1
A sectionalized electrical distribution feeder system for carrying electrical power from a source point to a use point or a distribution point. Each section (14) of the distribution system includes a substantially cylindrical enclosure (...  
WO/1994/029885A1
A low inductance bus bar arrangement suitable for industrial voltage levels, and for power applications contains two or more elongate electrical conducting bars (3-6) having rounded edges. A strip of dieletric insulating material (7) is ...  
WO/1994/024749A1
Output or connection boxes for busbars in low-voltage busbar distributors with a metal housing which is divided into a device chamber and a connection chamber by a partition are to be made suitable for various busbar channel widths. In a...  
WO/1994/022194A1
An electric busbar for use with an electrical power distribution busway system which includes a press formed plug-in tab configured for attachment to a connector at a power tap-off section of the busway is described. The busbar has a sub...  
WO/1994/022192A1
A three-phase electrical power distribution busway having neutral busbars configured to have a higher current carrying capacity than each of the phase busbars of the busway is described. The neutral busbars have a combined cross-sectiona...  
WO/1994/022193A1
An electrical power distribution busway system which includes a housing having side channels and top and bottom channels is described. The channels enclose and secure at least one stack of conductive busbars in place. At least one of the...  
WO/1994/019845A1
The invention relates to a plug connection (6) for two pairs of busbars (2, 4). According to the invention, one free end of one pair of busbars (4) is designed as a socket (22) for the plug component (20) of the other pair of busbars (2)...  
WO/1994/018484A1
The support fixture (1, 1') for a pipe (2), and in particular for an electrical conduit, has a plurality of connectable clamping elements (3, 4) which are applied against the pipe (2). A number of plastic sliding elements (10) are arrang...  
WO/1994/016450A1
The present invention relates to a busbar assembly for low-voltage distribution centers, said assembly having such a small-width construction that it can be vertically mounted between, e.g., two adjacent sections of the switchgear. Such ...  
WO/1994/014227A1
A low impedance, low noise laminated bus assembly (60) for a high power switched converter that has a plurality of switch pairs (20) including a -DC switch (32a) and a +DC switch (30a) for high speed switching to convert between an AC po...  
WO/1993/016515A1
An electrical loadcenter bus bar mounting assembly which has a plurality of juxtaposed synthetic plastics moulded members (10, 11, 12). Each member is formed to interlock with each next adjacent member and has a plurality of location lug...  
WO/1993/014536A1
A clamping assembly (10) which provides a uniform pressure simultaneously at two spaced apart points. The assembly inclues a portion of a support member (14) which has two parallel sides and a passage connecting the two parallel sides. A...  
WO/1993/003517A1
A flexible conductive track (1), comprises a flexible insulative plastics housing (2) of constant cross section. This housing is substantially rectangular in shape with three recesses (3) open to one side of the housing. A conductor (4) ...  
WO/1993/002497A1
A busbar support arrangement for supporting two sets of busbars (11 and 12), which are supported by a support member (13) whereby the two sets of busbars are disposed at an angle to each other. The arrangement comprises said support memb...  
WO/1993/001648A1
A low impedance, high power bus can be applied as a high power supply bus between a constant voltage source (50) and a plurality of switching cells (64, 66) positioned at varying locations along the bus, and as branch bus for the switchi...  
WO/1991/018757A1
The present invention is an improved method of applying electrically conductive bus bars (24) to transparent or non-transparent substrates (22) such as glass, plastic and ceramics such as for an electrochromic device, an automobile windo...  
WO/1991/017595A1
Such adapters have a contact maker and a hook, such as a hammer head screw, and link electrically and mechanically power bus bars with output elements, such as other power bus bars or power links. The new adapter should ensure an easy-to...  
WO/1991/016749A1
In devices for fastening at least one busbar, high stresses arise from short-circuit forces, which may be caused by failures, or from vibrations of the supply frequency. The busbar fastening must be stable to counteract such stresses. Fo...  
WO/1990/006008A1
In high-voltage installations with metal casing and compressed gas insulation, housings (1, 7) whose longitudinal axes are mutually inclined must often be interconnected via an intermediate piece (8). The intermediate piece (8) consists ...  
WO/1990/006009A1
In high-voltage installations with metal casing and compressed gas insulation, housings (1, 7) whose longitudinal axes are mutually inclined must often be interconnected via an intermediate piece (8). An intermediate piece (8) consists o...  
WO/1989/012341A1
This type of busbar is affected by temperature and is also subjected to high mechanical stresses, in particular if a short circuit occurs. The busbars and their fastenings must be sufficiently stable to withstand these stresses. When cur...  
WO/1989/011746A1
A circular waveguide connection (4) with or without compensator (6) is used to connect a transformer (5) to metal-cased high-voltage switchgear (1) with compressed gas insulation. As the transformer (5) must sometimes be exchanged, the c...  
WO/1989/006858A1
The invention provides an aluminium or aluminium alloy profiled section with one or more insulated electrical conductors. Such a profiled section (1) comprises at least one linear electrical conductor (6) parallel to said profiled sectio...  
WO/1989/006431A1
A telecommunications and/or current carrying system and device (10). The device (10) is for use in the telecommunications and/or current carrying system. The device (10) comprises a substantially rigid rod-like member (12) having connect...  
WO/1989/004437A1
Low-voltage lighting equipment comprises two parallel conductor rails (1) and a current-collecting slide (3) which slides along the conductor rails (1). Said current-collecting slide has an insulator (8) which prevents the flow of curren...  
WO/1989/002177A1
A power connector element (1) for establishing of electrical connection between a busway and an outgoing or incoming electrical cable (3), generally via a multiphase coupler (8), consists of a unit (1) configured as one piece comprising ...  
WO/1988/006361A1
A casing system for laying electric supply and/or signal conductors along the outer surfaces of walls comprises pre-fabricated, unitary, permanently closed casing sections (1) of a variety of fixed lengths with built-in conductors (16, 1...  
WO/1988/002942A1
An insulation for fluid conduits and/or electrical conductor installations comprising a strip shaped flexible covering having insulation properties the covering comprising two side portions (12a and 12b) interconnected by a central longi...  
WO/1988/002943A1
The connector comprises a plurality of laminar conductors (2) arranged in parallel layers separated by layers (3) of dielectric material. The conductors (2) include first conductors (6) mutually connected together by first terminals (8) ...  
WO/1986/001944A1
An improved housing for a busway system is provided by a two-piece ground bus (42) which includes a generally U-shaped uper section having a top portion (44a) and a pair of parallel side flanges (44b) extending a predetermined distance a...  
WO/1986/001943A1
A removable splice joint (122) between two sections of busway (40) constructed to prevent undesired relative movement of the component parts of the joint (122) while also providing interchangeability between component parts and thereby r...  
WO/1986/001942A1
An electrical distribution system having specially formed and insulated bus bars (40) in back to back, stacked relationship with each other along the length of the busway and spaced apart where tap-off or other connection may be made (34...  
WO/1984/001861A1
A bus bar assembly is constructed by arranging a plurality of flat, elongated conductors (30, 32, 34) in stacked alignment, with insulating washers (36) acting as spacers therebetween. An insulative, hardenable encapsulant (52) is then p...  

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