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Bryce F Sollazzi

from San Jose, CA
Age ~43

Bryce Sollazzi Phones & Addresses

  • San Jose, CA
  • 1117 Porto Alegre Pl, San Jose, CA 95120

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Method And Apparatus For The Detection Of High Pressure Conditions In A Vacuum-Type Electrical Device

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US Patent:
7313964, Jan 1, 2008
Filed:
Aug 14, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/504138
Inventors:
Mary Grace Montesclaros - San Jose CA,
Roderick C. Mosely - Pleasanton CA,
Steven Jay Randazzo - San Jose CA,
Bryce Sollazzi - San Jose CA,
Robert James Speciale - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
Jennings Technology - San Jose CA
International Classification:
H01H 33/66
US Classification:
73700, 218121, 218123
Abstract:
A method for detecting a high pressure condition within a high voltage vacuum device includes detecting the position of a movable structure such as a bellows. The position at high pressures can be detected optically by the interruption of a light beam reflected by a hemispherically shaped reflector. The hemispherical reflector allows the source light fiber to oriented parallel to the detection light fiber, providing a more compact and efficient fiber routing.

Method And Apparatus For The Detection Of High Pressure Conditions In A Vacuum-Type Electrical Device

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US Patent:
7497122, Mar 3, 2009
Filed:
May 15, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/804007
Inventors:
Mary Grace Montesclaros - San Jose CA,
Roderick C. Mosely - Pleasanton CA,
Steven Jay Randazzo - San Jose CA,
Bryce Sollazzi - San Jose CA,
Robert James Speciale - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
Thomas and Betts International, Inc. - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
H01H 33/66
US Classification:
73700, 218121, 218123
Abstract:
A method for detecting a high pressure condition within a high voltage vacuum device includes detecting the position of a movable structure such as a bellows. The position at high pressures can be detected optically by the interruption of a light beam reflected by a hemispherically shaped reflector. The hemispherical reflector allows the source light fiber to oriented parallel to the detection light fiber, providing a more compact and efficient fiber routing.

Method And Apparatus For The Detection Of High Pressure Conditions In A Vacuum-Type Electrical Device

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US Patent:
2006019, Sep 7, 2006
Filed:
Dec 16, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/305081
Inventors:
John Egermeier - San Jose CA,
Rod Mosely - Pleasanton CA,
Steve Randazzo - San Jose CA,
Bryce Sollazzi - San Jose CA,
International Classification:
G01L 7/06
US Classification:
073729100
Abstract:
A method for detecting a high pressure condition within a high voltage vacuum device includes detecting the position of a movable structure such as a bellows or flexible diaphragm. The position at high pressures can be detected optically by the interruption or reflection of light beams, or electrically by sensing contact closure or deflection via strain gauges. Electrical sensing is provided by microcircuits that are operated at high voltage device potentials, transmitting pressure information via RF or optical signals.
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