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Publication numberUS3655953 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 11, 1972
Filing dateJun 4, 1969
Priority dateJun 4, 1969
Publication numberUS 3655953 A, US 3655953A, US-A-3655953, US3655953 A, US3655953A
InventorsWilliam S Gubelmann
Original AssigneeRealty Ind Corp, Walter S Gubelman
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Carry mechanisms for calculating machines
US 3655953 A
Abstract
Carry transfer mechanism for mechanical registers of calculating machines, including such mechanism capable of performing two primary transfers in a single registration. Two primary transfers may occur, when a units and tens of an integrated partial product are registered in a single order of a register that already indicated a number, for example the units amount (9) of one order may be integrated with a tens amount (8) of the next lower order and in one motion the integrated amount (17) may be entered into one register order that stands at more than 3 (4 for example), and, for the register to indicate (9+8+4), the one register order is rotates twice past primary transfer position and the next higher order of the register unit must be advanced twice in one registration operation. A mechanism cooperating with the above mechanism for completing simultaneously any consecutive transfers that may not normally be complete at the end of a registration operation. Simultaneous transfer mechanism for operating outboard orders of a carriage borne register. Simultaneous transfer mechanism for a counter that may also register quotients and multipliers.
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United States Patent Gubelmann, deceased et a1.

[ CARRY MECHANISMS FOR CALCULATING MACHINES [721' Inventors: William S. Gubelmann, deceased, late of Convent, N.J.; Walter .S. Gubelman, ex-

[60] Continuation of Ser. No. 168,595, Jan. 22, 1962,

abandoned, which is a continuation of Ser. No. 69,227, Nov. 14, 1960, abandoned, which is a division of Ser. No. 194,273, Nov. 6, 1950, Pat. No. 2,969,177.

[52] US. Cl ..235/137 [51] Int. Cl. ..G06c 15/26 [58] Field ofScarch ..235/l37, 137.1, 138

[ 56] References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS 974,272 11/1910 Hollerith ..235/137 1,214,886 2/1917 Brown ..235/135 1,253,367 l/l9l8 Fuller ..235/1'37 1,504,741 8/1924 Chase ..235/1 37 2,008,355 7/1935 Hellgren ..235/l37 [151' 3,655,953 51 Apr. 11, 1972 Primary Examiner-Stephen J. Tomsky Attorney-Burgess, Ryan & Wayne [57] ABSTRACT Carry transfer mechanism for mechanical registers of calculating machines, including such mechanism capable of performing two primary transfers in a single registration. Two primary transfers may occur, when a units and tens of an integrated partial product are registered in a single order of a register that already indicated a number, for example the units amount 1 (9) of one order may be integrated with a tens amount (8) of the next lower order and in one motion the integrated amount 17) may be entered into one register order that stands at more than 3 (4 for example), and, for the register to indicate (9+8-l-4), the one register order is rotates twice past primary transfer position and the next higher order of the register unit must be advanced twice in one registration operation. A mechanism cooperating with the above mechanism for completing simultaneously any consecutive transfers that may not normally be complete at the end of a registration operation. Simultaneous transfer mechanism for operating outboard orders of a carriage borne register. Simultaneous transfer mechanism for a counter that may also register quotients and multipliers.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification235/137
International ClassificationG06C15/26
Cooperative ClassificationG06C15/26
European ClassificationG06C15/26