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Jeffery J Battani

from Waterford, WI
Age ~66

Jeffery Battani Phones & Addresses

  • 7136 Joy Marie Ln, Waterford, WI 53185 (262) 662-1090
  • Olive Branch, MS
  • Collierville, TN
  • Greendale, WI
  • Milwaukee, WI

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Brownout Ride-Through System And Method

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US Patent:
8125753, Feb 28, 2012
Filed:
Sep 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/241125
Inventors:
Ping Soon Lee - Fox Point WI, US
Jeffery John Battani - Waterford WI, US
Assignee:
Rockwell Automation Technologies, Inc. - Mayfield Heights OH
International Classification:
H01H 9/00
H02H 7/00
H02J 9/00
US Classification:
361160, 361 62, 307 64
Abstract:
A device is provided for riding through brownouts, or transitory losses of control power applied to electromagnetic devices such as contactors and relays. An energy storage circuit stores charge that can be discharged into a contactor operating coil during partial or full losses of control power and for short durations. Momentary reductions in control power can thus be experienced without opening or otherwise changing the logical state of the contactor. Emergency stop override circuitry may be provided for preventing the ride-through performance, thus enabling the device to provide for both ride-through of short losses of control power, while permitting emergency stopping of loads due to the override.

Method And System For Controlling The Flow Of Electrical Power

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US Patent:
20070076333, Apr 5, 2007
Filed:
Sep 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/241013
Inventors:
Jeffery Battani - Waterford WI, US
International Classification:
H02H 3/00
US Classification:
361001000
Abstract:
A method and apparatus is disclosed for controlling the flow of electrical power. Specifically, there is provided an integrated electrical device that includes a mounting rail, a first contactor mounted on the mounting rail, a safety relay coupled to the first contactor; and a protective plate coupled to the safety relay. There is also provided a method of manufacturing an electrical device that includes coupling a first contactor to a mounting rail, coupling a safety relay coupled to the first contactor, and coupling a protective plate coupled to the safety relay to create the integrated electrical device.

Electrical Contactor Current Sensing System And Method

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US Patent:
20070076334, Apr 5, 2007
Filed:
Sep 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/240990
Inventors:
Jeffery Battani - Waterford WI, US
Ping Lee - Fox Point WI, US
International Classification:
H02H 7/08
US Classification:
361023000
Abstract:
A current sensing module is provided for contactors and similar switch gear. The current sensing module is packaged so as to be capable of mounting on a line or a load side of a contactor. The current sensing module may be eliminated where current signals are not needed, but can be added to the package where monitoring and control functions may benefit from sensed current signals on either or both sides of a contactor. The current sensing module may be configured as a single or multiple-phase device, and may output either analog or digital signals to local devices or to networked devices.
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