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T / S Patent Date Description Patentee Category Assigned To
 1868
U 75,889 March 24, 1868 Improvement in Telegraph Insulators
Hook with metal case secured to crossarm (see reissue 75,889)
FINN, J. L.
Hook  
 1880
U 224,580 February 17, 1880 Induced Current Guard for Electrical Conductors
Pre-transposition technique to eliminate induced current on telephone and telegraph wires
CHINNOCK, Charles E.
Transposition  
R 9,484 November 30, 1880 Telegraph Insulator
Hook with metal case secured to crossarm (see 75,889)
FINN, John L.
Hook Amzi S. Dodd and Chinnock Electric Co.
 1882
U 262,210 August 8, 1882 Combined Insulator, Lightning arrester, and Connector
Combined insulator, lightning arrestor and connector
ECKERT, William
ECKERT, Edward
SEELY, John
Lightning Arrestor  
 1883
U 280,324 June 26, 1883 Combined Insulator and Lightning arrester
Combined insulator and lightning arrestor
NOBLE, John E.
Lightning Arrestor 1/6 to Charles J. Leming
U 287,092 October 23, 1883 Mechanism for Preventing Induced Currents in Telephone Lines
Pre-transposition technique to eliminate induced current on telephone and telegraph wires
BRENNAN, James W.
ROUSSEAU, Necter
Transposition  
U Specimen known 289,890 December 11, 1883 Telegraph and Telephone Conductor
Lightning rod insulator system to protect telephone lines from cross talk
CHAMBERS, Josephus C.
Lightning Rod Insulator Vine, Jackson, Gridley
U 289,891 December 11, 1883 Telegraph and Telephone Cable
Lightning rod insulator system to protect telephone lines from cross talk
CHAMBERS, Josephus C.
Lightning Rod Insulator Vine, Jackson, Gridley
 1884
U 297,683 April 29, 1884 Telephone Line
Insulator and pin coated with waterproof compound
DOOLITTLE, Thomas B.
Miscellaneous  
U 304,084 August 26, 1884 Device for Protection Electric Light Systems from Lightning
Method of protecting electric generators from lightning by allowing the charge to discharge to the earth ground
EDISON, Thomas A.
Lightning Arrestor  
 1885
U 319,300 June 2, 1885 Lightning Arrester for Wire Fence
Lightning protection for wire fence
MORTON, William Arthur
Lightning Rod Fence  
 1887
U Specimen known 357,050 February 1, 1887 Lightning Protector for Electrical Conductors
Barbed wire as a conductor for lightning protection placed above the electrical conductors on poles
VAIL, Jonathan H.
Lightning  
 1888
U 375,756 January 3, 1888 Lightning Rod
Coupling for lightning rods that allows each section to be screwed together
LAWSHE, Spencer R.
Lightning Rod Coupling  
 1889
U 401,095 April 9, 1889 Lightning Conductor for Wire Fences
Lightning rod connecting all strands of barbed wire fencing to ground to prevent lightning killing cattle which are standing near the fence
WOOD, Fremont E.
Lightning Rod Fence  
U 414,943 November 12, 1889 Method of Utilizing Natural Electric Energy
Method of capturing electric energy from lightning rods and storing in a battery
DEWEY, Mark W.
Lightning Energy The Dewey Corp.
 1894
U 512,656 January 9, 1894 Relay
Method of making a telegraph relay more responsive
LOCKE, Fred M.
Relay  
U 525,708 September 11, 1894 Bus-Bar Insulating Support
Bracket support for one-wire cleats
HERRICK, Albert B.
Bracket General Electric Co.
 1896
U Specimen known 573,092 December 15, 1896 Insulator
Insulator of two materials combined
LOCKE, Fred M.
Insulator  
 1899
U 623,033 April 11, 1899 Lightning Rod Conductor
Lightning rod point in the form of a dragon with multiple points in the tail pointing up with numerous little points along the dragon's body that aids in collecting or dissipating the current
RAUNACHER, Gustav
Lightning Rod Point 1/2 to Grant Greenham
 1900
U 652,861 July 3, 1900 Overhead Wire Lightning Protector
Lightning rod with multiple points (see 637,282) (see reissue 11,759)
POCHE, Joseph Arthur
Lightning Rod Point  
 1904
U 761,814 June 7, 1904 Combined Insulator and Fuse Box
Combined insulator and fuse box (see CJ & Brown's Unique p. 67)
BEARSE, Aaron
Combined Ins  
 1908
U Specimen known 880,203 February 25, 1908 Insulator
Suspension insulator with petticoat
DUNCAN, John D. E.
Suspension  
U 883,303 March 31, 1908 Security Lightning Arrester
Lightning rod with multiple separate points arranged along the conductor on the edges of the roof
DRAKE, William E.
Lightning Rod Point  
U 887,336 May 12, 1908 Electric Insulator
Radio antenna strain insulator made weatherproof with a metal cover.
MIETH, Herman
Radio Antenna  
U 892,822 July 7, 1908 Pole Top Cap
Metal pole top cap with insulator support and lateral extension to support protector wire
FRASER, James William
Bracket  
U 895,916 August 11, 1908 Lightning Rod Terminal
Lightning rod terminal with a broad compartment filled with charcoal to aid in conductivity
TURNER, John P.
Lightning Rod  
 1909
U 911,973 February 9, 1909 Insulating High-Voltage Transmission-Lines
Use of steel coil attached to insulator (instead of the conductor) to offer resistance to control lightning surge and protect the insulator
GODDARD, Walter T.
Lightning The Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.
 1910
U Specimen known 966,583 August 9, 1910 Insulator Protecting Apparatus
Multipart protected by arcing ring
NICHOLSON, Lloyd C.
Multipart  
U Specimen known 966,584 August 9, 1910 Protecting Apparatus for Insulators
Suspension protected by arcing ring
NICHOLSON, Lloyd C.
Suspension  
U 974,672 November 1, 1910 Insulator
Suspension insulator
JOHNSTON, Robert M.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
 1911
U 1,001,137 August 22, 1911 Insulator Protector
Arcing device attached to top and bottom of insulator
GODDARD, Walter T.
Arcing Locke Insulator Mfg. Co.
U 1,010,181 November 28, 1911 Electric Cable Protector
Protective shield mounted on top of the insulator to support the conductor.
SANDFORD, JR., Joseph Addison
Protective Shield The R. Thomas & Sons Co.
 1912
U 1,015,224 January 16, 1912 Insulator
Suspension insulator of insulating rope, hoods, and arcing rods. [This looks very close to the handful of glass suspension insulators found in 2002 in northern CA by Paul Greaves and Mike Spadafora. The glass was most probably made by Hemingray. No markin
ALSBERG, Julius
Suspension  
 1913
U 1,055,322 March 11, 1913 Insulator
Holes (2) through insulator to pin allows lightning to pass to pin & ground
DE LONG, Harry A.
Hole  
U 1,069,782 August 12, 1913 Electric Insulator
Multipart cable clamp using metal crown cap
HILLIARD, John D.
Multipart  
 1914
U 1,116,303 November 3, 1914 Arc Extinguisher
Use of explosive to break the arcing around a multipart insulator (see 1,127,043)
LOCKE, Fred M.
Transmission  
 1915
U 1,127,043 February 2, 1915 Electric Arc Extinguisher
Use of explosive to break the arcing around a multipart insulator (see 1,116,303)
LOCKE, Fred M.
Transmission  
U 1,127,696 February 9, 1915 Lightning Rod Low Top
Lightning rod attached to peak of roof with four feet
SWENSON, John S.
Lightning Rod Electra Lightning Rod Co.
U 1,128,424 February 16, 1915 Insulator
Suspension multipart insulator fitted with arcing horns
DUNCAN, John D. E.
Suspension  
U 1,132,281 March 16, 1915 Reactive Coil
Odd arrangement for a choke coil around Hewlett fish-tail strain insulators.
MOODY, Walter S.
Coil General Electric Co.
U Specimen known 1,144,732 June 29, 1915 Fuse Device
Fuse holder or cut-out with knife insert to hold the fuse (see reissue ) (see patent 1,270,335)
SCHWEITZER, Edmund O.
HERZ, Alfred
Fuse Holder  
U 1,156,442 October 12, 1915 Insulator
Electrose suspension with U-bolt connectors, arcing hood over the top and arcing ring below the insulator
STEINBERGER, Louis
Electrose  
U 1,166,391 December 28, 1915 Insulator
Disk type strain with petticoats
STEINBERGER, Louis
Electrose  
U 1,166,393 December 28, 1915 Insulator
Electrose high tension pintype insulator
STEINBERGER, Louis
Electrose  
 1917
U Specimen known 1,233,296 July 17, 1917 High Tension Insulator
Suspension disk with petticoats and metal cap with projecting flange
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
 1918
U 1,264,396 April 30, 1918 Lightning Arrester
Lightning arrester attached to M-3021
HAYS, Frederick W.
Lightning Arrester/M-3021  
U 1,283,651 November 5, 1918 Lightning Arrester
Lightning arrester with hole through top of insulator similar to U-70.
BUCHANAN, Sutton R.
Lightning Arrester/U-70  
 1923
U 1,449,694 March 27, 1923 Protective Device
Protective device to prevent arcing
PEEK, JR., Frank W.
Miscellaneous General Electric Co.
 1925
U 1,521,743 January 6, 1925 Insulator
Suspension arcing horn system and insulator (see 1,552,664 and 1,783,271)
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
U Specimen known 1,552,664 September 8, 1925 Insulator
Suspension arcing horn insulator (see 1,521,743 and 1,783,271)
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Suspension The Ohio Brass Co.
 1926
U 1,611,871 December 28, 1926 High Tension Installation
Use of flux control insulators and arcing horns on transmission lines
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Transmission The Ohio Brass Co.
 1930
U 1,764,434 June 17, 1930 Insulator
Wood strain insulator with coating such as rubber over the metal ends and extending only a short distance to prevent burning the insulator from corona
COCHRAN, Paul B.
Strain Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co.
 1932
U 1,866,804 July 12, 1932 Means for Utilizing Wood Poles to Aid Insulators
On wood poles, connect the steel pins with a conductor and fuse to aid grounding an insulator struck by lightning and reduce the chance of burning the crossarm or pole
HAWLEY, Kent A.
Transmission Locke Insulator Corp.
 1934
U 1,976,378 October 9, 1934 Aviation Marker
Aviation warning light attached to a suspension insulator
VROOMAN, Edward C.
Misc Locke Insulator Corp.
 1935
U 2,011,136 August 13, 1935 Protective Apparatus
Arcing gap using flux control insulators
AUSTIN, Arthur O.
Arc Gap The Ohio Brass Co.
 1936
U 2,036,225 April 7, 1936 Lightning Guard for Transmission Lines
Lightning guard strung above transmission towers with supporting tower between transmission towers
LUSIGNAN, JR., Joseph T.
Transmission The Ohio Brass Co.
 1938
U Specimen known 2,118,795 May 24, 1938 Insulator
RFI: tin iridized coating to reduce water adherence, radio interference, and reflect sun
LITTLETON, Jesse T.
RFI Corning Glass Works
 1939
U 2,155,835 April 25, 1939 Ceramic Insulating Material
Improved ceramic composition using titanium oxide that will fire at typical kiln temperatures
MCCREERY, George L.
CAMPBELL, Van E.
HIGGINS, Ray
Ceramic Composition The Ohio Brass Co.
 1940
U Specimen known 2,195,986 April 2, 1940 Transmission Line Transposition
Transposition block (flat) for short wave radio antenna made of Faradite
GODDARD, DeWitt Rugg
Transposition Radio Corporation of America
 1946
U 2,392,342 January 8, 1946 Combined Spark Gap and Insulator
CD 186, CD 186.1, CD 186.2; Transparent glass insulator with spark gap within the insulator for signal circuits
STEINMAYER, Alwin G.
Spark Gap Line Material Co.
 1985
U 4,524,404 June 18, 1985 High Voltage Insulator Assemblage Having Specially Chosen Series Resistance
Suspension insulator that eliminates flashover due to dirty insulators
VERMA, Mandranjan
Suspension  

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