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Publication numberUS1916235 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 4, 1933
Filing dateOct 24, 1929
Priority dateOct 24, 1929
Publication numberUS 1916235 A, US 1916235A, US-A-1916235, US1916235 A, US1916235A
InventorsRuben Samuel
Original AssigneeRuben Samuel
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Remote control device
US 1916235 A
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, July 4, 1933. s. RUBEN 1,916,235

REMOTE CONTROL DEVICE Filed Oct. 24; 1929 Patented July 4, 1933 I g i UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE SAMUEL RUBEN, OF NEW ROCHELLE, NEW YORK REMOTE CONTROL DEVICE Application filed. October 24, 1929. Serial No. 402,294.

This invention relates to an apparatus and terial; (10) is a platinum wire coil supported method for obtaining remote control of a on insulating bunshing (11); (12) and (13) movable system. It is an adaptation in part are terminals connecting the electrode to the of the system described in my prior and cosource of potential (15) through'a single pole 5 pending applications Serial Numbers 387,593 double throw switch as composed of lever 55 and 387 ,594 filed on the 22nd day of August, (16) and contacts (17) and (18) 1929; specificall' this application relates to In operation, when lever (16) is in contact a method of an apparatus for efi'ecting the with (17 ),the electrodes (8) and (9) are enermovement of and controlling a rotary mogized; the electrolysis of solution (7a) occurs 10 tion system. v

An object of the invention is to provide (2) to be forced out which causes the pinion a remote control device, controllable by presgear (6) to be rotated by virtue of the power sure resulting from the electrolysis of asoluexerted on piston (2). The spring (3) is tion with facilities for quickly releasing the compressed when the piston (2) is moved out 1.5 pressure. Other objects will be apparent as far as is desired and when a return move- 65 from the disclosure. ment is desired, the switch lever is connected Primarily, the invention is designed to ob-. to contact (18) which connects the platinum tain control of a rotary motion apparatus, heater coil (10); as oxygen and hydro en for example, whereby devices such as the tuncombine immediately in the presence 0% a 2Q ing condensers of radio set are rotated to deheated platinum wire, there is a conversion sired positions by operation of the system at a into water which drops back into the elecdistance or whereby the arms otsemaphore trolyte (7a) The reduction of pressure due or valves or switches and switch systems are to the combination of the gases causes-piston operated from a distance. v to assume its normal position and this is as In this invention, the pressure developed i t d by t nsion of spring (3). By re 1aby electrolysis, is utilized as th op ng tion of the current density applied to either force in the remote control system an the r electrolyzer or recombiner, the respective mocombination of the gaseous product, together ti rates can b o tr ll d, with a self restoring means, such as a spring, Th l t l i h b m b d f 39 8.1? [1 6 1' i f the Controlled device to its insulating material or itself be a conductive Ongmal pq body such as iron and used as one of the elec- The devlce can be descrlbfid by f trodes. The electrolyte solution may be causence the accompanymg drawlpg f tic soda or other solutions. a desirable arrangement, where n (1) IS a A diaphragm type bellows can be used to 85 Piston chamber in which piston (2) fits; (3) transmit the pressure instead of the piston.

is a s rin for keepin iston under force to- 'ward end of cylinder; 4) is an end bearing; What 1s clalmed 1S (5) is a rack and (6) a pinion gear arranged so that when rack (5) is pushed outward by 40 piston (2) it will rotate the pinion gear which 1. A system for obtaining a rapid remote control which comprises the combination of an electrolytic chamber containing electrodes '90 is coupled to the device which it is desiredto and a Solutlon capable of p y glvmg 01f controllably rotate or move, for example, the fy and hydrogen when electrolyzeda rotary moving tuning condenser of airadio Plston chamber connected sald electrolytlc set, etc; (7 is the electrolysis chamber in Chamber n hOIISlIlg a Pl Il movably rewhich is contained electrolyte of caustic spons ve to the pressure generated in said 95 soda/(7a); (8) and (9) are electrodes; where chamber and adapted to control the movethe potential is direct current, both electrodes ment of an exterior rotary motion device, a can be of lead; where alternating current is heater wire to recombine the generated gases 7 used, one should preferably be of lead and the located within said electrolytic chamber, and

other of tantalum or other rectifying mameans for selectively energizing the elecand the pressure of electrolysis causes piston V yea chamber and adapted to control an exterior movable element, a heater element to recomtime the generated gases located within saidelectrolytic chamber, and means for selectively energizing the electrodes of said electrolytic chamber or the said heater element.

Signed at New York in the county of New York and State of New York this 23rd day of October A. D. 1929.


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U.S. Classification60/531, 204/400, 204/230.5, 204/DIG.800, 204/DIG.600
International ClassificationF15B21/06
Cooperative ClassificationY10S204/08, F15B21/06, Y10S204/06
European ClassificationF15B21/06