Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Nice post- recently read in facebook post:

Few days, i received a motivational post in a facebook. I want to share it here:

One day a farmer's donkey fell down into a well. The animal cried piteously for hours as the farmer tried to figure out what to do. Finally, he decided the animal was old, and the well needed to be covered up anyway; it just wasn't worth it to retrieve the donkey.

He invited all his neighbors to come over and help him. They all grabbed a shovel and began to shovel dirt into the well. At first, the donkey realized what was happening and cried horribly. Then, to everyone's amazement he quieted down.

A few shovel loads later, the farmer finally looked down the well. He was astonished at what he saw. With each shovel of dirt that hit his back, the donkey was doing something amazing. He would shake it off and take a step up.

As the farmer's neighbors continued to shovel dirt on top of the animal, he would shake it off and take a step up. Pretty soon, everyone was amazed as the donkey stepped up over the edge of the well and happily trotted off!

MORAL :
Life is going to shovel dirt on you, all kinds of dirt. The trick to getting out of the well is to shake it off and take a step up. Each of our troubles is a steppingstone. We can get out of the deepest wells just by not stopping, never giving up! Shake it off and take a step up.

Remember the five simple rules to be happy:

1. Free your heart from hatred - Forgive.

2. Free your mind from worries - Most never happens.

3. Live simply and appreciate what you have.

4. Give more.

5. Expect less from people but more from yourself.

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Post by newWorld

Why humans are very competitive in nature?

Wherever you go, you will find the competitor by a fellow human. If you run for president of America, you will have competitor. If you apply for a job, there also a competitor. Simply, going by walk or car, a fellow travels in the same road or path will try to overtake us. What is all for, why people are competitive in nature?

Answer is:

-If you think psychologically, the answer is very simple. Human beings want to shine with in group or society. Such thought comes from previously seen examples. The person who is doing something first remembered well by others. So everyone wants to come first. If not first, they atleast try to avoid being last.
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-In my opinion, nature is the answer. Yes, among 40-50 million of sperm cells, only one (sometimes two or three) swims faster than dad's sperm cells and reaches the ovum.
File:Complete diagram of a human spermatozoa en.svgSo, nature itself having the brief answer why people are competitive with fellow human beings.
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Conclusion:

We all are winners by swim faster than millions of fellow sperm. But once we grown up, we forgot the power and battle which only lead us to become human being. Why we forgot it? Its all because situation around you made it so. Please come out of the devil zone. Think positively, we already won great battle by beating millions and became a human being. We need the same willingness to do now.

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Monday, December 30, 2013

List of Inventions by Thomas Alva Edison:

Patents of Thomas Alva Edison:

Thomas Edison
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U.S. Patent 0,090,646 – Electrographic Vote-Recorder : Edison's first patent. Permitted a "yes" or "no" vote via one of two switches. Washington congressmen were not interested in the device and the invention was unsuccessful. (1869)
U.S. Patent 0,091,527 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,096,567 – Printing-Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,096,681 – Automatic Electrical Switch for Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,102,320 – Printing-Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,103,035 – Electro-Motor Escapements
U.S. Patent 0,103,924 – Printing-Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,111,112 – Governors for Electro-Motors
U.S. Patent 0,113,033 – Printing-Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,113,034 – Printing-Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,114,656 – Telegraphic Transmitting Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,114,657 – Relay-Magnets for Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,114,658 – Electro-Magnets for Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,121,601 – Machinery for Perforating Paper for Telegraph Purposes
U.S. Patent 0,123,005 – Telegraph Apparatus (1872)
U.S. Patent 0,123,006 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,123,984 – Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,124,800 – Telegraphic Recording Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,126,528 – Type-Wheels for Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,529 – Type-Wheels for Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,530 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,531 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,532 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,533 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,534 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,126,535 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,131 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,604 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,605 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,606 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,607 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,128,608 – Printing-Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,130,795 – Electro-Magnets
U.S. Patent 0,131,334 – Rheotomes or Circuit-Directors
U.S. Patent 0,131,335 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,336 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,337 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,338 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,339 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,340 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,341 – Printing-Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,131,342 – Printing-Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,131,343 – Transmitters and Circuits for Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,131,344 – Unison-Stops for Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,132,455 – Paper for Chemical Telegraphs etc.
U.S. Patent 0,132,456 – Apparatus for Perforating Paper for Telegraphic Use
U.S. Patent 0,133,019 – Electrical Printing-Machines
U.S. Patent 0,133,841 – Type-Writing Machines
U.S. Patent 0,134,866 – Printing-Telegraph Instruments (1873)
U.S. Patent 0,134,867 – Automatic Telegraph Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,134,868 – Electro-Magnetic Adjusters


Circuits for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,135,531 – Circuits for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,138,869 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,138,870 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,139,128 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,139,129 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,140,487 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,140,488 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,140,489 – Circuits for Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,772 – Circuits for Automatic or Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,773 – Circuits for Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,774 – Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,775 – Perforators for Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,776 – Circuits for Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,141,777 – Relay-Magnets
U.S. Patent 0,142,688 – Electrical Regulators for Transmitting-Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,142,999 – Galvanic Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,146,812 – Telegraph-Signal Boxes
U.S. Patent 0,147,311 – Electric Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,147,312 – Perforators for Automatic Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,147,313 – Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,147,314 – Circuits for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,147,917 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,150,846 – Telegraph-Relays
U.S. Patent 0,150,847 – Receiving Instruments for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,150,848 – Chemical or Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,151,209 – Automatic Telegraphy and Perforators Therefor
U.S. Patent 0,154,788 – District Telegraph Signal-Boxes
U.S. Patent 0,156,843 – Duplex Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,158,787 – Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,160,402 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraph-Paper
U.S. Patent 0,160,403 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraph-Paper
U.S. Patent 0,160,404 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraph-Paper
U.S. Patent 0,160,405 – Adjustable Electro-Magnets for Relays, etc.
U.S. Patent 0,160,580 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraph-Paper
U.S. Patent 0,162,633 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,166,859 – Chemical Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,166,860 – Chemical Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,166,861 – Chemical Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,168,004 – Printing-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,242 – Transmitters and Receivers for Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,243 – Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,385 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,465 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,466 – Solutions for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,168,467 – Recording-Points for Chemical Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,169,972 – Electric-Signalling Instruments
U.S. Patent 0,171,273 – Telegraph Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,172,305 – Automatic Roman-Character Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,173,718 – Automatic Telegraphy
Second hundred (101 to 200)
In the second hundred patents, Edison continues his work with the telegraph. He also starts to patent electrical distribution and the light.


U.S. Patent 196,747, Stencil-Pens. Later adapted to be a Tattoo machine.


Patent drawing for Edison's phonograph, 18 May 1880.


U.S. Patent 223,898
U.S. Patent 0,178,221 – Duplex Telegraphs (1876)
U.S. Patent 0,178,222 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,178,223 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,180,857 – Autographic Printing
U.S. Patent 0,180,858 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,182,996 – Acoustic Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,185,507 – Electro-Harmonic Multiplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,186,330 – Acoustic Electric Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,186,548 – Telegraphic Alarm and Signal Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,195,751 – Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,195,752 – Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,196,747 – Stencil-Pens
U.S. Patent 0,198,087 – Telephonic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,198,088 – Telephonic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,198,089 – Telephonic or Electro-Harmonic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,200,032 – Synchronous Movements for Electric Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,200,521 – Phonograph or Speaking Machines : The first phonograph, a device for recording and replaying sound. Edison demonstrated the device for the first time on November 29, 1878. The device recorded on a phonograph cylinder using up-down (vertical) motion of the stylus. Edison's patent specified that the audio recording was embossed.
U.S. Patent 0,200,993 – Acoustic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,200,994 – Automatic-Telegraph Perforator and Transmitter
U.S. Patent 0,201,760 – Speaking-Machines
U.S. Patent 0,203,013 – Speaking-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,203,014 – Speaking-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,203,015 – Speaking-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,203,016 – Speaking-Telephones
U.S. Patent 0,203,017 – Telephone Call-Signal
U.S. Patent 0,203,018 – Telephones or Speaking-Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,203,019 – Circuits for Acoustic or Telephonic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,203,329 – Perforating Pens
U.S. Patent 0,205,370 – Pneumatic Stencil-Pens
U.S. Patent 0,207,723 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,207,724 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,208,299 – Speaking-Telephones
U.S. Patent 0,209,241 – Quadruplex-Telegraph Repeaters
U.S. Patent 0,210,767 – Vocal Engines (better known as the Phonomotor)
U.S. Patent 0,213,554 – Automatic Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,214,636 – Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,214,637 – Thermal Regulators for Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,217,781 – Sextuplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,217,782 – Duplex Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,218,166 – Magneto-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,218,167 – Apparatus for Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,218,866 – Electric Lighting Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,219,393 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,219,628 – Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,221,957 – Telephones
U.S. Patent 0,222,390 – Carbon-Telephones
U.S. Patent 0,222,881 – Magneto-Electric Machines : Edison main dynamo. The device's nickname was the "long-legged Mary-Ann". This device has large bipolar magnets and is highly inefficient.
U.S. Patent 0,223,898 – Electric Lamp : Edison's incandescent light bulb invention. The original spiral carbon-filament is shown and repeatedly referred to. First practical commercially viable electric lamp. This device replaced the flame lamp, gas lamp, kerosene-oil lamp, and wax candle.
U.S. Patent 0,224,329 – Electric-Lighting Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,224,665 – Autographic Stencils for Printing
U.S. Patent 0,227,226 – Safety-Conductor for Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,227,227 – Electric Light
U.S. Patent 0,227,228 – Electric Light
U.S. Patent 0,227,229 – Electric Light
U.S. Patent 0,227,679 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,228,329 – Magnetic Ore-Separator
U.S. Patent 0,228,617 – Brake for Electro-Magnetic Motors
U.S. Patent 0,230,255 – Method of Manufacturing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,230,621 – Addressing-Machine
U.S. Patent 0,231,704 – Electro-Chemical Receiving-Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,235,142 – Acoustic Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,237,732 – Electric Light
U.S. Patent 0,238,098 – Magneto Signal Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,238,868 – Manufacture of Carbons for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,239,147 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,239,148 – Treating Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,239,149 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,239,150 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,239,151 – Method of Forming Enlarged Ends on Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,239,152 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,239,153 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,239,154 – Relay for Telegraphs
U.S. Patent 0,239,372 – Testing Electric-Light Carbons
U.S. Patent 0,239,373 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,239,374 – Regulating the Generation of Electric Currents
U.S. Patent 0,239,745 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,240,678 – Webermeter
U.S. Patent 0,242,896 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,242,897 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,242,898 – Magneto or Dynamo Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,242,899 – Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,242,900 – Manufacturing Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,242,901 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,248,416 – Manufacture of Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,417 – Manufacturing Carbons for Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,248,418 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,248,419 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,248,420 – Fixture and Attachment for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,421 – Current-Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,248,422 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,248,423 – Carbonizer
U.S. Patent 0,248,424 – Fitting and Fixture for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,425 – Apparatus for Producing High Vacuums
U.S. Patent 0,248,426 – Apparatus for Treating Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,427 – Apparatus for Treating Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,428 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,429 – Electric Motor
U.S. Patent 0,248,430 – Electro-Magnetic Brake
U.S. Patent 0,248,431 – Preserving Fruit
U.S. Patent 0,248,432 – Magnetic Separator
201 to 300
The next series of patents Edison received was mainly for the electrical distribution of power and the electric light. In 1883, Edward H. Johnson, a business associate of Edison, persuaded Frank J. Sprague to work for Edison. One of Sprague's significant contributions to the Edison Laboratory was the introduction of mathematical methods[citation needed].
U.S. Patent 0,248,433 – Vacuum Apparatus (1881)
U.S. Patent 0,248,434 – Governor for Electric Engines
U.S. Patent 0,248,435 – Utilizing Electricity as a Motive Power
U.S. Patent 0,248,436 – Depositing Cell for Plating the Connections of Electric Lamps, & c.
U.S. Patent 0,248,437 – Apparatus for Treating Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,248,565 – Webermeter


US Patent 248565 Webermeter (Electrolysis of water / water splitting)
U.S. Patent 0,251,536 – Vacuum-Pump
U.S. Patent 0,251,537 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,251,538 – Electric Light
U.S. Patent 0,251,539 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,251,540 – Carbon for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,251,541 – Electro-Magnetic Motor
U.S. Patent 0,251,542 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,251,543 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,251,544 – Manufacture of Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,251,545 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,251,546 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,251,547 – Electrical Governor
U.S. Patent 0,251,548 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,251,549 – Electric Lamp and the Manufacture Thereof
U.S. Patent 0,251,550 – Magneto or Dynamo Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,251,551 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,251,552 – Underground Conductors
U.S. Patent 0,251,553 – Electric Chandelier
U.S. Patent 0,251,554 – Electric Lamp and Socket or Holder
U.S. Patent 0,251,555 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,251,556 – Regulator for Magneto or Dynamo Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,251,557 – Webermeter
U.S. Patent 0,251,558 – Webermeter
U.S. Patent 0,251,559 – Electrical Drop-Light
U.S. Patent 0,252,442 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,257,677 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,263,131 – Magnetic Ore-Separator
U.S. Patent 0,263,132 – Electro-Magnetic Railway
U.S. Patent 0,263,133 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,134 – Regulator for Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,263,135 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,263,136 – Regulator for Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,263,137 – Electric Chandelier
U.S. Patent 0,263,138 – Electric-Arc Light
U.S. Patent 0,263,139 – Manufacture of Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,263,140 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,141 – Straightening Carbons of Electric Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,263,142 – Electrical Distribution System
U.S. Patent 0,263,143 – Magneto or Dynamo Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,144 – Mold for Carbonizing Incandescents
U.S. Patent 0,263,145 – Process of Making Incandescents
U.S. Patent 0,263,146 – Dynamo Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,147 – Vacuum Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,263,148 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,149 – Commutator for Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,263,150 – Magneto or Dynamo Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,263,878 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,642 – Electric Distribution and Translation System
U.S. Patent 0,264,643 – Magneto-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,264,645 – System of Conductors for the Distribution of Electricity
U.S. Patent 0,264,646 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,264,647 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,264,648 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,264,649 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,264,650 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,264,651 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,652 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,653 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,654 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,655 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,656 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,657 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,264,658 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,659 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,660 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,661 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,662 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,663 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,664 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,665 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,666 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,667 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,668 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,669 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,670 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,671 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,672 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,264,673 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,311 – Electric Lamp and Holder for the Same
U.S. Patent 0,265,774 – Method of Maintaining Temperature in Webermeters
U.S. Patent 0,265,775 – Electric-Arc Light
U.S. Patent 0,265,776 – Electric-Lighting System
U.S. Patent 0,265,777 – Method of Treating Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,265,778 – Electro-Magnetic Railway-Engine
U.S. Patent 0,265,779 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,780 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,781 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,782 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,783 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,784 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,265,785 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,265,786 – Apparatus for the Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,266,021 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,266,022 – Telephone
301 to 400
U.S. Patent 0,266,447 – Electric Incandescent Lamp (1882)
U.S. Patent 0,266,588 – Vacuum Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,266,793 – Electric Distribution System
U.S. Patent 0,268,205 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,268,206 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,271,613 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,271,614 – Shafting
U.S. Patent 0,271,615 – Governor for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,271,616 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,272,034 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,273,485 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,273,486 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,273,487 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,273,488 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,273,489 – Turn-Table for Electric Railways
U.S. Patent 0,273,490 – Electro-Magnetic Railway System
U.S. Patent 0,273,491 – Regulator for Driving Engines of Electrical Generators
U.S. Patent 0,273,492 – Secondary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,273,493 – Valve-Gear for Electrical Generator-Engines
U.S. Patent 0,273,494 – Electrical Railroad
U.S. Patent 0,273,714 – Magneto-Electric Signaling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,273,715 – Art of Malleableizing Iron
U.S. Patent 0,273,828 – System of Underground Conductors for Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,274,290 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,274,291 – Mold for Carbonizing
U.S. Patent 0,274,292 – Secondary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,274,293 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,274,294 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,274,295 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,274,296 – Manufacture of Incandescents
U.S. Patent 0,274,576 – Transmitting-Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,274,577 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,275,612 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,275,613 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,276,232 – Means for Operating and Regulating Electrical Generators
U.S. Patent 0,276,233 – Electrical Generator and Motor
U.S. Patent 0,278,413 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,278,414 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,278,415 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,278,416 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,278,417 – Manufacture of Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,278,418 – Apparatus for Translating Electric Currents From High to Low Tension
U.S. Patent 0,278,419 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,280,727 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,281,349 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,281,350 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,281,351 – Electrical Generator
U.S. Patent 0,281,352 – Webermeter
U.S. Patent 0,281,353 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,282,287 – Magneto-Electric Signaling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,283,983 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,283,984 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,283,985 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,283,986 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,287,511 – Electric Regulator
U.S. Patent 0,287,512 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,287,513 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,287,514 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,287,515 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,287,516 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,287,517 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,287,518 – Method of Manufacturing Incandescing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,287,519 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,287,520 – Incandescing Conductor for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,287,521 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,287,522 – Mold for Carbonizing
U.S. Patent 0,287,523 – Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,287,524 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,287,525 – Regulator for Systems of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,288,318 – Regulator for Dynamo or Magneto Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,293,432 – Electrical Generator or Motor
U.S. Patent 0,293,433 – Insulation of Railroad-Tracks Used for Electrical Circuits
U.S. Patent 0,293,434 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,293,435 – Electrical Meter
U.S. Patent 0,295,990 – Type-Writer
U.S. Patent 0,297,580 – Electric-Arc Light
U.S. Patent 0,297,581 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,297,582 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,297,583 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,297,584 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,297,585 – Incandescing Conductor for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,297,586 – Electrical Conductor
U.S. Patent 0,297,587 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,298,679 – Method of Treating Carbons for Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,298,954 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,298,955 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,298,956 – Mode of Operating Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,304,082 – Electrical Meter
U.S. Patent 0,304,083 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,304,084 – Device for Protecting Electric-Light Systems from Lightning
U.S. Patent 0,304,085 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,304,086 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,304,087 – Electrical Conductor
U.S. Patent 0,307,029 – Filament for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,307,030 – Electrical Meter
U.S. Patent 0,307,031 – Electrical Indicator
U.S. Patent 0,314,115 – Chemical Stock Quotation Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,317,631 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,317,632 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,317,633 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
401 to 500
Before losing the War of Currents, Edison continued to patent electrical distribution circuits and methods. He also continued to patent improvements in telegraphy, phonography, and lighting. Arthur Edwin Kennelly contributed to a variety of Edison's endeavors undertaken to create a unique product or service from 1887 to 1893[citation needed].
U.S. Patent 0,328,572 – Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines (1885)
U.S. Patent 0,328,573 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,328,574 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,328,575 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,329,030 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,333,289 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,333,290 – Duplex Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,333,291 – Way-Station Quadruplex Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,334,853 – Mold for Carbonizing
U.S. Patent 0,337,254 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,339,278 – Electric Railway
U.S. Patent 0,339,279 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,340,707 – Telephonic Repeater
U.S. Patent 0,340,708 – Electrical Signaling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,340,709 – Telephone-Circuit
U.S. Patent 0,341,644 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,341,839 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,343,017 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,347,097 – Electrical Signaling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,348,114 – Electrode for Telephone-Transmitters
U.S. Patent 0,350,234 – System of Railway Signaling
U.S. Patent 0,350,235 – Railway-Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,351,855 – Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,351,856 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,353,783 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,354,310 – Manufacture of Carbon Conductors
U.S. Patent 0,358,599 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,358,600 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,365,465 – Valve-Gear
U.S. Patent 0,365,509 – Filament for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,365,978 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,369,280 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,369,439 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,369,441 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,369,442 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,369,443 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,370,123 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,370,124 – Manufacture of Filaments for Incandescing Electric Lights
U.S. Patent 0,370,125 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,126 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,127 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,128 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,129 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,130 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,131 – Electrical Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,370,132 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,373,584 – Dynamo-Electric Machine : Includes an extra coil and utilizes a field of force.
U.S. Patent 0,377,374 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,377,518 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,378,044 – Telephone-Transmitter
U.S. Patent 0,379,770 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,379,771 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,379,772 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,379,944 – Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,380,100 – Pyromagnetic Motor
U.S. Patent 0,380,101 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,380,102 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,382,414 – Burnishing Attachment for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,382,415 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,382,416 – Feed and Return Mechanism for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,382,417 – Process of Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,382,418 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,382,419 – Process of Duplicating Phonograms
U.S. Patent 0,382,462 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,384,830 – Railway Signaling
U.S. Patent 0,385,173 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,386,974 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,389,369 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,390,462 – Process of Making Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,391,595 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,391,596 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,393,462 – Process of Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,393,463 – Machine for Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,393,464 – Machine for Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,393,465 – Method of Preparing Phonograph Recording-Surfaces
U.S. Patent 0,393,466 – Phonograph-Recorder
U.S. Patent 0,393,966 – Method of Recording and Reproducing Sounds
U.S. Patent 0,393,967 – Method of Recording and Reproducing Sounds
U.S. Patent 0,393,968 – Phonograph-Recorder
U.S. Patent 0,394,105 – Phonograph-Recorder
U.S. Patent 0,394,106 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,395,123 – Circuit-Controller for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,395,962 – Method of Manufacturing Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,395,963 – Incandescent-Lamp Filament
U.S. Patent 0,396,356 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,397,280 – Phonograph Recorder and Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,397,705 – Method of Winding Field-Magnets
U.S. Patent 0,397,706 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,398,774 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,400,317 – Ore-Separator
U.S. Patent 0,400,646 – Phonograph Recorder and Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,400,647 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,400,648 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,400,649 – Method of Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,400,650 – Method of Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,401,486 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,401,646 – Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,404,902 – Electrical-Distribution System
U.S. Patent 0,406,130 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,406,567 – Telephone
501 to 600
This series of patents mainly focus on the phonograph, telegraphy, telephone, and electrical generation and distribution.
U.S. Patent 0,406,568 – Phonograph (1889)
U.S. Patent 0,406,569 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,406,570 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,406,571 – Process of Treating Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,406,572 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,406,573 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,406,574 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,406,575 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,406,576 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,406,824 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,406,825 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,411,016 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,411,017 – Carbonizing-Flask
U.S. Patent 0,411,018 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,411,019 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,411,020 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,414,759 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,414,760 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,414,761 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,420,594 – Quadruplex Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,422,072 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,422,073 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,422,074 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,422,577 – Apparatus for Speaking-Telephones
U.S. Patent 0,422,578 – Telephonic Repeater
U.S. Patent 0,422,579 – Telephonic Repeater
U.S. Patent 0,423,039 – Phonograph for Dolls or other Toys
U.S. Patent 0,425,760 – Measurement of Electricity in Distribution Systems
U.S. Patent 0,425,761 – Incandescent Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,425,762 – Cut-Out for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,425,763 – Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,426,527 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,430,274 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,430,275 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,430,276 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,430,277 – Automatic Determining Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,430,278 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,430,279 – Voltaic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,430,280 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,430,570 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,430,932 – Manufacture of Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,430,933 – Filament for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,430,934 – Electric-Lighting System
U.S. Patent 0,431,018 – Dynamo or Magneto-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,434,585 – Telegraph-Relay
U.S. Patent 0,434,586 – Electric Generator
U.S. Patent 0,434,587 – Thermo-Electric Battery
U.S. Patent 0,434,588 – Magnetic Ore-Separator
U.S. Patent 0,434,589 – Propelling Mechanism for Electric Vehicles
U.S. Patent 0,435,687 – Means for Charging and Using Secondary Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,435,688 – Process of and Apparatus for Generating Electricity
U.S. Patent 0,435,689 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,435,690 – Method of Making Armatures for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,436,127 – Electric Motor
U.S. Patent 0,436,968 – Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Wire
U.S. Patent 0,436,969 – Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Wire
U.S. Patent 0,436,970 – Apparatus for Transmitting Power
U.S. Patent 0,437,422 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,437,423 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,437,424 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,437,425 – Phonograph-Recorder
U.S. Patent 0,437,426 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,437,427 – Method of Making Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,437,428 – Propelling Device for Electric Cars
U.S. Patent 0,437,429 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,438,298 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,438,299 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,438,300 – Gage for Testing Fibers for Incandescent-Lamp Carbons
U.S. Patent 0,438,301 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,438,302 – Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,438,303 – Arc Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,438,304 – Electric Signaling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,438,305 – Fuse-Block
U.S. Patent 0,438,306 – Telephone
U.S. Patent 0,438,307 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,438,308 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,438,309 – Method of Insulating Electrical Conductors
U.S. Patent 0,438,310 – Lamp-Base
U.S. Patent 0,439,389 – Electric-Lighting System
U.S. Patent 0,439,390 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,439,391 – Junction-Box for Electric Wires
U.S. Patent 0,439,392 – Electric-Lighting System
U.S. Patent 0,439,393 – Carbonizing-Chamber
U.S. Patent 0,443,507 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,444,530 – Leading-In Wire for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,446,666 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,446,667 – Locomotive for Electric Railways
U.S. Patent 0,446,668 – Electric-Arc Light
U.S. Patent 0,446,669 – Manufacture of Filaments for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,448,778 – Electric Railway
U.S. Patent 0,448,779 – Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,448,780 – Device for Turning Off Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,448,781 – Turning-Off Device for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,450,740 – Phonograph-Recorder
U.S. Patent 0,452,913 – Sextuplex Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,453,601 – Sextuplex Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,453,741 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,454,262 – Incandescent-Lamp Filament
U.S. Patent 0,454,558 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,454,941 – Phonograph Recorder or Reproducer
601 to 700
This series of patents contain patents for the phonograph, lamps, telephone, dynamo systems, motors, and locomotives.
U.S. Patent 0,454,942 – Phonograph (1891)
U.S. Patent 0,456,301 – Phonograph-Doll
U.S. Patent 0,456,302 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,457,343 – Magnetic Belting
U.S. Patent 0,457,344 – Smoothing-Tool for Phonogram-Blanks
U.S. Patent 0,459,835 – Manufacture of Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,460,122 – Process of and Apparatus for Generating Electricity
U.S. Patent 0,460,123 – Phonogram-Blank Carrier
U.S. Patent 0,462,540 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,464,822 – System of Distributing Electricity
U.S. Patent 0,465,250 – Process of Extracting Copper Pyrites
U.S. Patent 0,465,251 – Method of Bricking Fine Ores
U.S. Patent 0,465,970 – Armature Connection for Motors or Generators
U.S. Patent 0,465,971 – Means for Transmitting Signals Electrically


Patent 465,971, Means for Transmitting Signals Electrically
U.S. Patent 0,465,972 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,465,973 – Armature for Dynamos or Motors
U.S. Patent 0,466,400 – Cut-Out for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,466,460 – Art of Electrolytic Decomposition
U.S. Patent 0,468,949 – Converter System for Electric Railways
U.S. Patent 0,468,950 – Commutator-Brush for Electric Motors and Dynamos
U.S. Patent 0,470,922 – Manufacture of Filaments for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,470,923 – Railway-Signaling
U.S. Patent 0,470,924 – Electric Conductor
U.S. Patent 0,470,925 – Manufacture of Filaments for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,470,926 – Dynamo-Electric Machine or Motor
U.S. Patent 0,470,927 – Driving Mechanism for Cars
U.S. Patent 0,470,928 – Alternating-Current Generator
U.S. Patent 0,470,929 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,470,930 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 0,471,268 – Ore-Conveyor and Method of Arranging Ore Thereon
U.S. Patent 0,472,288 – Dust-Proof Bearing for Shafts
U.S. Patent 0,472,752 – Dust-Proof Journal-Bearing
U.S. Patent 0,472,753 – Ore-Screening Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,474,230 – Speaking-Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,474,231 – Speaking-Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,474,232 – Speaking-Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,474,591 – Process of Extracting Gold from Sulphide Ores
U.S. Patent 0,474,592 – Ore-Conveying Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,474,593 – Dust-Proof Swivel Shaft-Bearing
U.S. Patent 0,475,491 – Electric Locomotive
U.S. Patent 0,475,492 – Electric Locomotive
U.S. Patent 0,475,493 – Electric Locomotive
U.S. Patent 0,475,494 – Electric Railway
U.S. Patent 0,476,527 – System of Electric Lighting
U.S. Patent 0,476,528 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,476,529 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,476,530 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,476,531 – Electric-Lighting System
U.S. Patent 0,476,532 – Ore-Screening Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,476,983 – Pyromagnetic Generator
U.S. Patent 0,476,984 – Expansible Pulley
U.S. Patent 0,476,985 – Trolley for Electric Railways
U.S. Patent 0,476,986 – Means for Propelling Electric Cars
U.S. Patent 0,476,987 – Electric Locomotive
U.S. Patent 0,476,988 – Lightning-Arrester
U.S. Patent 0,476,989 – Conductor for Electric Railways
U.S. Patent 0,476,990 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,476,991 – Method of and Apparatus for Separating Ores
U.S. Patent 0,476,992 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,476,993 – Electric-Arc Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,478,743 – Telephone-Repeater
U.S. Patent 0,479,184 – Fac-simile Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,480,567 – Duplex Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,482,549 – Means for Controlling Electric Generation
U.S. Patent 0,484,183 – Electrical Depositing-Meter
U.S. Patent 0,484,184 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,484,185 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,484,582 – Duplicating Phonograms
U.S. Patent 0,484,583 – Phonograph Cutting-Tool
U.S. Patent 0,484,584 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,484,585 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,485,615 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,485,616 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,485,617 – Incandescent-Lamp Filament
U.S. Patent 0,485,840 – Method of Bricking Fine Iron Ores
U.S. Patent 0,485,841 – Method of Magnetically Separating Ores
U.S. Patent 0,485,842 – Method of Magnetic-Ore Separation
U.S. Patent 0,486,634 – System of Railway Signaling
U.S. Patent 0,488,189 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,488,190 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,488,191 – Phonogram-Blank
U.S. Patent 0,490,953 – Art of Generating Electricity
U.S. Patent 0,490,954 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,491,992 – Cut-Out for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,491,993 – Stop Device
U.S. Patent 0,492,150 – Process of Coating Conductors for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,492,789 – Speaking-Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,493,425 – Electric Locomotive
U.S. Patent 0,493,426 – Apparatus for Exhibiting Photographs of Moving Objects
U.S. Patent 0,493,858 – Transmission of Power
U.S. Patent 0,496,191 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,498,385 – Roller for Crushing Ore or Other Material
U.S. Patent 0,499,879 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,500,280 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,500,281 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,500,282 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,506,215 – Method of Making Plate Glass
U.S. Patent 0,506,216 – Apparatus for Making Glass
U.S. Patent 0,509,428 – Composition Brick and Method of Making Same
U.S. Patent 0,509,517 – System of Electrical Distribution
701 to 800
Around these patents issuances, Thomas Armat joined Edison and sold him the patents to the machine known as the Vitascope.
U.S. Patent 0,509,518 – Electric Railway (1893)
U.S. Patent 0,512,872 – Sextuplex Telegraph
U.S. Patent 0,513,096 – Method of and Apparatus for Mixing Materials
U.S. Patent 0,513,097 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,513,095 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,524,136 – Regulator for Dynamo-Electric Machines
U.S. Patent 0,524,378 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,525,007 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,525,888 – Manufacture of Carbons for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,526,147 – Art of Plating One Material with Another
U.S. Patent 0,534,206 – Filament for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,534,207 – Manufacture of Carbon Filaments
U.S. Patent 0,534,208 – Induction-Converter
U.S. Patent 0,534,209 – Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,541,923 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,541,924 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,543,985 – Incandescent Conductor for Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,543,986 – Process of Treating and Products Derived from Vegetable Fibers
U.S. Patent 0,543,987 – Filament for Incandescent Lamps
U.S. Patent 0,545,405 – System of Electrical Distribution
U.S. Patent 0,563,462 – Method of and Apparatus for Drawing Wire
U.S. Patent 0,564,423 – Process of Separating Ores
U.S. Patent 0,567,187 – Crushing-Roll
U.S. Patent 0,575,151 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,589,168 – Kinetographic Camera


U.S. Patent 0,589,168, Kinetographic Camera of Edison Company.
U.S. Patent 0,602,064 – Conveyor
U.S. Patent 0,604,740 – Governor for Motors
U.S. Patent 0,605,475 – Drying Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,605,667 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,605,668 – Mixer
U.S. Patent 0,607,588 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,609,268 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,610,706 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,622,843 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,626,460 – Filament for Incandescent Lamps and Process of Manufacturing Same
U.S. Patent 0,637,327 – Rolls
U.S. Patent 0,641,281 – Expanding Pulley
U.S. Patent 0,643,764 – Method of Reheating Compressed Air for Industrial Purposes
U.S. Patent 0,648,933 – Drier
U.S. Patent 0,648,934 – Process of Screening or Sizing Very Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 0,648,935 – Apparatus for Duplicating Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,652,457 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 0,655,480 – Phonographic Reproducing Device
U.S. Patent 0,657,527 – Process of Making Metallic Duplicate Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,657,922 – Apparatus for Reheating Compressed Air for Industrial Purposes
U.S. Patent 0,659,389 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,660,293 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,660,845 – Apparatus for Sampling, Averaging, Mixing, and Storing Materials in Bulk
U.S. Patent 0,661,238 – Machine for Forming Pulverized Material into Briquets
U.S. Patent 0,662,063 – Process of Sampling, Averaging, Mixing, and Storing Materials in Bulk
U.S. Patent 0,663,015 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,667,201 – Flight Conveyor
U.S. Patent 0,667,202 – Apparatus for Duplicating Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,667,662 – Process of Duplicating Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,671,314 – Lubricating Journal-Bearings
U.S. Patent 0,671,315 – Conveyor
U.S. Patent 0,671,316 – Apparatus for Screening or Rescreening Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 0,671,317 – Method of Screening or Rescreening Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 0,672,616 – Method of Breaking Rock
U.S. Patent 0,672,617 – Apparatus for Breaking Rock
U.S. Patent 0,674,057 – Grinding or Crushing Rolls
U.S. Patent 0,675,056 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,675,057 – Apparatus for Screening Pulverized Material
U.S. Patent 0,676,225 – Phonographic Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,676,618 – Magnetic Separator
U.S. Patent 0,676,840 – Magnetic Separating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,676,841 – Magnetic Separating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,678,722 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,679,500 – Apparatus for Screening or Sizing Very Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 0,680,520 – Process of Making Duplicate Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,684,204 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,684,205 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,685,911 – Apparatus for Reheating Compressed Air for Industrial Purposes
U.S. Patent 0,688,610 – Phonograph Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,692,507 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,700,136 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,700,137 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,701,804 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,703,051 – Electric Meter
U.S. Patent 0,703,562 – Apparatus for Bricking Pulverized Material
U.S. Patent 0,703,774 – Reproducer for Phonographs
U.S. Patent 0,704,010 – Apparatus for Concentrating Magnetic Iron Ores
U.S. Patent 0,704,303 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,704,304 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,704,305 – Electrode for Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,704,306 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,705,829 – Reproducer for Sound-Records
U.S. Patent 0,713,209 – Process of Duplicating Phonograms
U.S. Patent 0,713,863 – Process of Coating Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 0,721,682 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,721,870 – Funnel for Filling Storage-Battery Cans or Analogous Purposes
U.S. Patent 0,722,502 – Means for Handling Cable-Drawn Cars on Inclines
U.S. Patent 0,723,449 – Electrode for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,723,450 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,724,089 – Means for Operating Motors in Dust-Laden Atmospheres
U.S. Patent 0,727,116 – Grinding-Rolls
U.S. Patent 0,727,117 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,727,118 – Process of Manufacturing Electrolytically-Active Finely-Divided Iron
U.S. Patent 0,734,522 – Process of Nickel-Plating
U.S. Patent 0,750,102 – Electrical Automobile
801 to 900
Toward the end of this series of patents, Ott was the superintendent of experimenters for Edison.


U.S. Patent 0,865,367, Edison's fluorescent lamp worked using tungsten of calcium and strontium.
U.S. Patent 0,754,755 – Compressing-Dies (1904)
U.S. Patent 0,754,756 – Process of Separating Ores from Magnetic Gangue
U.S. Patent 0,754,858 – Storage-Battery Tray
U.S. Patent 0,754,859 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,758,432 – Stock-House Conveyor
U.S. Patent 0,759,356 – Method of Burning Portland-Cement Clinker, &c.
U.S. Patent 0,759,357 – Apparatus for Burning Portland-Cement Clinker &c.
U.S. Patent 0,759,358 – Magnetic Separating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,764,183 – Method of Separating Mechanically-Entrained Globules from Gases
U.S. Patent 0,766,815 – Primary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,767,216 – Apparatus for Vacuously Depositing Metals
U.S. Patent 0,767,554 – Method of Rendering Storage-Battery Gases Non-Explosive
U.S. Patent 0,772,647 – Photographic Film for Moving-Picture Machines
U.S. Patent 0,772,648 – Vehicle-Wheel
U.S. Patent 0,775,600 – Rotary Cement-Kiln
U.S. Patent 0,775,965 – Dry Separator
U.S. Patent 0,785,297 – Gas-Separator for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,790,351 – Process of Duplicating Phonographic Records
U.S. Patent 0,796,629 – Lamp-Guard
U.S. Patent 0,797,845 – Sheet Metal for Perforated Pockets of Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,800,800 – Phonograph-Record and Method of Making the Same
U.S. Patent 0,802,631 – Apparatus for Burning Portland-Cement Clinker
U.S. Patent 0,804,799 – Apparatus for Perforating Sheet Metal
U.S. Patent 0,813,490 – Cement-Kiln
U.S. Patent 0,813,491 – Pocket-Filling Machine
U.S. Patent 0,817,162 – Process of Treating Alkaline
U.S. Patent 0,821,032 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 0,821,622 – Process of Cleaning Metallic Surfaces
U.S. Patent 0,821,623 – Storage-Battery-Filling Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,821,624 – Gas-Separator for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,821,625 – Process of Treating Alkaline Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,821,626 – Process of Making Metallic Films or Flakes
U.S. Patent 0,821,627 – Process of Making Metallic Flakes or Scales
U.S. Patent 0,821,628 – Process for Making Conducting-Films
U.S. Patent 0,827,089 – Calcining-Furnace
U.S. Patent 0,827,297 – Alkaline Battery
U.S. Patent 0,827,717 – Process of Making Composite Metals
U.S. Patent 0,831,269 – Storage-Battery Electrode-Plate
U.S. Patent 0,831,606 – Sound-Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,832,046 – Automatic Weighing and Mixing Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,839,371 – Method of Coating Active Material with Flake-Like Conducting Material
U.S. Patent 0,839,372 – Phonograph Record or Blank
U.S. Patent 0,841,677 – Apparatus for Grinding and Separating Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 0,847,746 – Electrical Welding Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,850,881 – Composite Metal
U.S. Patent 0,850,912 – Process of Making Articles by Electroplating
U.S. Patent 0,850,913 – Secondary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,852,424 – Secondary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,854,200 – Process of Making Storage-Battery Electrodes
U.S. Patent 0,855,562 – Diaphragm for Talking-Machines
U.S. Patent 0,857,041 – Can or Receptacle for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,857,929 – Storage-Battery Electrode
U.S. Patent 0,858,862 – Primary and Secondary Battery
U.S. Patent 0,860,195 – Storage-Battery Electrode
U.S. Patent 0,861,241 – Portland Cement and Process of Manufacturing the Same
U.S. Patent 0,861,242 – Can or Receptacle for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,861,819 – Discharging Apparatus for Belt Conveyors
U.S. Patent 0,862,145 – Process of Making Seamless Tubular Pockets or Receptacles for Storage Battery Electrodes
U.S. Patent 0,865,367 – Fluorescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent 0,865,687 – Process of Making Nickel Films
U.S. Patent 0,865,688 – Process of Making Metallic Films or Flakes
U.S. Patent 0,870,024 – Apparatus for Producing Perforated Strips
U.S. Patent 0,871,214 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,873,219 – Feed-Regulator for Grinding-Machines
U.S. Patent 0,873,220 – Reversible Galvanic Battery
U.S. Patent 0,876,445 – Electrolyte for Alkaline Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,879,612 – Alkaline Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 0,879,859 – Apparatus for Producing Very Thin Sheet Metal
U.S. Patent 0,880,484 – Process of Producing Very Thin Sheet Metal
U.S. Patent 0,880,978 – Electrode Element for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,880,979 – Method of Making Storage-Battery Electrodes
U.S. Patent 0,882,144 – Storage-Battery Electrode
U.S. Patent 0,890,625 – Apparatus for Grinding Coal
U.S. Patent 0,896,811 – Metallic Film for Use with Storage-Battery Electrodes and Process of Preparing the Same
U.S. Patent 0,896,812 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 0,898,404 – Process of Making Articles by Electroplating
U.S. Patent 0,898,633 – Filling Apparatus for Storage-Battery Jars & c.
U.S. Patent 0,909,167 – Waterproofing-Paint for Portland-Cement Buildings
U.S. Patent 0,909,168 – Waterproofing Fibers and Fabrics
U.S. Patent 0,909,169 – Waterproofing-Paint for Portland-Cement Structures
U.S. Patent 0,909,877 – Telegraphy
U.S. Patent 0,914,342 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 0,914,343 – Process of Making Storage-Battery Electrodes
U.S. Patent 0,914,372 – Process for Making Thin Metallic Flakes
U.S. Patent 0,923,633 – Shaft-Coupling
U.S. Patent 0,930,946 – Apparatus for Burning Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 0,930,947 – Gas-Purifier
U.S. Patent 0,930,948 – Apparatus for Burning Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 0,930,949 – Apparatus for Burning Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 0,936,267 – Feed Mechanism for Phonographs and Other Machines
U.S. Patent 0,936,433 – Tube-Filling and Tamping Machine
U.S. Patent 0,936,525 – Process of Making Metallic Films or Flakes
U.S. Patent 0,939,817 – Cement-Kiln
U.S. Patent 0,939,992 – Phonographic Recording and Reproducing Machine
U.S. Patent 0,940,635 – Electrode Element for Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,941,630 – Process and Apparatus for Artificially Aging or Seasoning Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 0,943,663 – Horn for Talking-Machines
U.S. Patent 0,943,664 – Sound-Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,944,481 – Process and Apparatus for Artificially Aging or Seasoning Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 0,946,540 – Storage Battery
901 to 1000
U.S. Patent 0,947,806 – Automobile (1910)
U.S. Patent 0,948,542 – Method of Treating Cans of Alkaline Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 0,948,558 – Storage-Battery Electrode
U.S. Patent 0,950,226 – Phonographic Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 0,950,227 – Apparatus for Making Metallic Films or Flakes
U.S. Patent 0,954,789 – Sprocket-Chain Drive
U.S. Patent 0,956,317 – Tube-Sealing Machine
U.S. Patent 0,962,081 – Apparatus for Recording Sounds
U.S. Patent 0,962,822 – Crushing-Roll
U.S. Patent 0,962,823 – Crushing-Rolls
U.S. Patent 0,963,362 – Apparatus for Recording or Reproducing Sounds
U.S. Patent 0,964,096 – Process of Electroplating
U.S. Patent 0,964,097 – Device for Viewing Moving Pictures
U.S. Patent 0,964,221 – Sound-Record
U.S. Patent 0,967,178 – Tube-Forming Machine
U.S. Patent 0,970,615 – Method and Apparatus for Making Sound-Records
U.S. Patent 0,970,616 – Flying-Machine
U.S. Patent 0,975,339 – Process of Duplicating Talking-Machine Records
U.S. Patent 0,975,340 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,976,791 – Storage-Battery Electrode
U.S. Patent 0,976,792 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 0,991,433 – Bucket Conveyor
U.S. Patent 0,993,294 – Device for Feeding Pulverulent Material
U.S. Patent 0,996,070 – Rotary Kiln
U.S. Patent 0,996,625 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 0,999,762 – Storage Battery and Process of Treating the Same
U.S. Patent 1,002,504 – Crushing and Separating Fine Materials
U.S. Patent 1,002,505 – Composition for Sound-Records and Other Objects
U.S. Patent 1,012,250 – Recording-Telephone
U.S. Patent 1,012,828 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,013,869 – Bearing
U.S. Patent 1,014,818 – Giant Rolls
U.S. Patent 1,016,874 – Means and Method for Preventing Depletion of Electrolyte
U.S. Patent 1,016,875 – Electroplating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,019,440 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,019,441 – Sound-Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,020,485 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,024,839 – Phonographic Recording-Stylus
U.S. Patent 1,034,002 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,034,003 – Battery-Cell Container
U.S. Patent 1,036,470 – Phonographic Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,036,471 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,041,756 – Conveyor
U.S. Patent 1,041,983 – Phonograph-Stylus
U.S. Patent 1,046,159 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,046,414 – Phonograph Determining Device
U.S. Patent 1,050,355 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 1,050,436 – Apparatus for Producing Rubber Strips
U.S. Patent 1,050,629 – Art of Separating Copper from Other Metals
U.S. Patent 1,050,630 – Art of Separating Copper from Other Metals
U.S. Patent 1,052,656 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,055,524 – Dumping Mechanism
U.S. Patent 1,055,621 – The Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,056,517 – Means for Reproducing Sound
U.S. Patent 1,059,661 – Manufacture of Portland Cement
U.S. Patent 1,065,597 – Cement-Burning Kiln
U.S. Patent 1,073,107 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,078,264 – Phonographic Recording or Reproducing Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,078,265 – Process of Making Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 1,078,266 – Sound-Box
U.S. Patent 1,083,353 – Production of Perforated Strips
U.S. Patent 1,083,354 – Insulating Compound
U.S. Patent 1,083,355 – Art of Forming Chemical Compounds
U.S. Patent 1,083,356 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,099,241 – Rectifier
U.S. Patent 1,099,346 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,099,347 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,099,348 – Phonograph-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,099,349 – Method of Making Sound-Record Molds
U.S. Patent 1,106,444 – Fuel-Feeding Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,110,382 – Sound-Modifier
U.S. Patent 1,110,428 – Process of Forming Phonograph-Styli
U.S. Patent 1,111,999 – Phonograph-Record
U.S. Patent 1,115,463 – Electrode Element
U.S. Patent 1,118,114 – Method of Making Molds for Sound-Records
U.S. Patent 1,119,141 – Sound-Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,119,142 – Sound-Record
U.S. Patent 1,123,261 – Mold for Concrete Construction
U.S. Patent 1,126,428 – Sound-Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,130,156 – Machine for Shaving Sound Records or Blanks
U.S. Patent 1,138,360 – Method of Presenting the Illusion of Scenes in Colors
U.S. Patent 1,142,507 – Sound-Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,143,818 – Charging Storage Batteries
U.S. Patent 1,146,413 – Method of Producing Tablets for Sound-Records
U.S. Patent 1,146,414 – Method of Making Phonograph-Records
U.S. Patent 1,148,832 – Means for Utilizing the Waste Heat in Kilns
U.S. Patent 1,152,613 – Method of Burning Portland-Cement Clinker
U.S. Patent 1,152,614 – Phonographic Recording Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,152,615 – Alternating-Current-Rectifying System
U.S. Patent 1,152,616 – Contact for Electrical Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,158,659 – Phonograph-Record
U.S. Patent 1,158,660 – Phonograph-Record
U.S. Patent 1,158,661 – Phonograph or Talking-Machine
U.S. Patent 1,163,329 – Filament for Incandescent Electric Lamps
U.S. Patent 1,167,484 – Production of Nickel Hydroxid
U.S. Patent 1,167,485 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,167,637 – Method of Utilizing Waste Heat in Kilns
U.S. Patent 1,167,638 – Means for Concentrating Ores
U.S. Patent 1,178,062 – Moving-Picture Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,178,063 – Receptacle-Filling Machine
1001 to 1084
This series of patents focus mainly on the phonograph and other talking-machines. There are several battery patents included in this portion of legal protections.
U.S. Patent 1,182,897 – Apparatus for Recording and Reproducing Motion and Sounds (1916)
U.S. Patent 1,184,332 – Phonograph or Talking-Machine
U.S. Patent 1,184,333 – Phonograph or Talking-Machine
U.S. Patent 1,184,334 – Phonograph or Talking-Machine
U.S. Patent 1,190,133 – Means for Recording Sounds
U.S. Patent 1,192,400 – Electrical System for Automobiles
U.S. Patent 1,197,723 – Coating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,198,426 – Production of Electrode Elements
U.S. Patent 1,201,448 – Coating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,201,449 – Sound-Modifying Device
U.S. Patent 1,204,420 – Sound-Box
U.S. Patent 1,207,382 – Primary Battery
U.S. Patent 1,207,383 – Sound-Record Tablet
U.S. Patent 1,219,272 – Process of Constructing Concrete Buildings
U.S. Patent 1,221,981 – Alternating-Current Rectifier
U.S. Patent 1,234,450 – Celluloid Record-Blank
U.S. Patent 1,234,451 – Mold or Transfer Plate
U.S. Patent 1,248,468 – Celluloid Record-Blank
U.S. Patent 1,255,517 – Starting and Current-Supplying System for Automobiles


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U.S. Patent 1,266,778 – Process of Making Screens for Projection
U.S. Patent 1,266,779 – Electric Safety-Lantern
U.S. Patent 1,266,780 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,275,232 – Production of Finely-Divided Metals
U.S. Patent 1,283,706 – Para-phenylene-di-amin Substance and Process Relating Thereto
U.S. Patent 1,286,259 – Means for Recording Sounds
U.S. Patent 1,290,138 – Friction Speed-Governor
U.S. Patent 1,292,277 – Swaging-Machine
U.S. Patent 1,297,294 – Projectile
U.S. Patent 1,299,693 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,300,708 – Projectile
U.S. Patent 1,300,709 – Projectile
U.S. Patent 1,311,955 – Tube Filling and Tamping Machine
U.S. Patent 1,323,218 – Method and Means for Improving the Rendition of Musical Compositions
U.S. Patent 1,326,330 – Mold for Sound-Records
U.S. Patent 1,326,854 – Apparatus for the Production of Concrete Structures
U.S. Patent 1,342,326 – Composition of Matter for Sound-Records or the Like and Process of Making the Same
U.S. Patent 1,359,972 – Electroplating
U.S. Patent 1,364,358 – Battery-Tray
U.S. Patent 1,364,359 – Protecting-Varnish for Electrodes of Electrolytic Cells
U.S. Patent 1,369,271 – Cleaning of Metallic Surfaces
U.S. Patent 1,369,272 – Process of Molding
U.S. Patent 1,371,414 – Nickel-Plating
U.S. Patent 1,377,192 – Production of Molded Articles
U.S. Patent 1,377,193 – Production of Molded Articles
U.S. Patent 1,377,194 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,379,088 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,379,089 – Production of Thin Metallic Sheets or Foils
U.S. Patent 1,386,095 – Electrode Element for Galvanic Batteries and Method of Producing ame
U.S. Patent 1,402,751 – Storage-Battery Electrode and the Production of Same : Gives an increase discharge rate via lowering internal resistance
U.S. Patent 1,410,391 – Protective Coating for Steel and Iron
U.S. Patent 1,411,425 – Production of Molded Articles
U.S. Patent 1,417,463 – Mold
U.S. Patent 1,417,464 – Production of Thin Metal Sheets or Foils
U.S. Patent 1,425,183 – Transmitter
U.S. Patent 1,425,184 – Production of Thin Metal Sheets or Foils
U.S. Patent 1,425,458 – Stylus Mounting
U.S. Patent 1,456,687 – Stylus Mounting
U.S. Patent 1,488,480 – Regeneration of Alkaline Storage-Battery Elements
U.S. Patent 1,488,481 – Regeneration of Storage-Battery Elements
U.S. Patent 1,489,240 – Voltaic Battery and the Production of Electrode Elements Therefor
U.S. Patent 1,492,023 – Sound Record
U.S. Patent 1,495,580 – Method of Producing Chlorinated Rubber
U.S. Patent 1,526,326 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,546,573 – Production of Disk Phonograph Records
U.S. Patent 1,559,562 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,583,783 – Centrifugal Speed Governor
U.S. Patent 1,599,121 – Production of Depolarizing Agent for Voltaic Battery
U.S. Patent 1,600,722 – Mounting for Diamonds and the Like
U.S. Patent 1,644,670 – Cabinet
U.S. Patent 1,649,579 – Storage-Battery Electrode Element and Production Thereof
U.S. Patent 1,651,196 – Storage Battery
U.S. Patent 1,678,246 – Production of Alkali-Metal Compounds from Silicates Containing Them
U.S. Patent 1,690,159 – Method of Producing Sound-Record Tablets
U.S. Patent 1,702,935 – Receiving Apparatus for Radio and Telephone Circuits
U.S. Patent 1,708,692 – Phonograph
U.S. Patent 1,711,265 – Phonograph Reproducer
U.S. Patent 1,723,609 – Apparatus for Producing Storage-Battery Electrode Elements
U.S. Patent 1,740,079 – Extraction of Rubber from Plants
U.S. Patent 1,744,533 – Mounting for Diaphragms of Sound Boxes
U.S. Patent 1,744,534 – Production of Molded Articles
U.S. Patent 1,829,856 – Dynamo-Electric Machine
U.S. Patent 1,836,066 – Electroplating Apparatus
U.S. Patent 1,862,740 – Production of Molded Articles
U.S. Patent 1,908,830 – Holder for Article to be Electroplated
Design patents
Edison obtained a few design patents for the unique appearance and concept of items, giving Edison an industrial design right. His design patents are for phonograph cabinets and light bulbs with substantial decorative features.
U.S. Patent D012,631 – Design for an Incandescent Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent D013,940 – Design for Incandescing Electric Lamp
U.S. Patent D040,527 – Design for a Phonograph-Cabinet
U.S. Patent D042,934 – Design for a Cabinet
U.S. Patent D066,227 – Design for a Grille for Phonograph Cabinets
U.S. Patent D066,228 – Design for a Grille for Phonograph Cabinets
U.S. Patent D069,068 – Design for a Phonograph Cabinet
U.S. Patent D069,688 – Design for a Phonograph Cabinet
U.S. Patent D069,689 – Design for a Phonograph Cabinet

Total 2,332 patents world wide. In America, his patents 1,093.

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Sunday, December 29, 2013

Do you know Einstein brain was stolen?

Do you know Einstein brain was stolen?
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Yes, after the death of the famous scientist Albert Einstein, his brain was removed from his body by Thomas Stoltz Harvey. After dessecting the brain of Einstein, he kept some pieces with him and sent the other pieces to front running pathologists.

Preserving the brain of the genius may be helpful in the future. Who knows future scientist may create cyborg using his brain!!?

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Monday, December 23, 2013

Adsense Watchdog, Zombiestat, Vampirestat, Villainstat and Uglystat Blog Traffic

If you have a blog and check to see where the traffic to your blog originates, you may notice traffic from websites called Vampirestat.com, Adsensewatchdog.com, Villainstat.com, Uglystat.com and/or Zombiestat.com. First off, don't click on them to find out why they are sending you traffic.

Neither Adsensewatchdog, nor any of these others have anything whatsoever to do with Google or Google AdSense and are essentially spam sites that use automated traffic to blogs to attract clicks to their own sites from blog owners such as you. Once you're at their site, at a minimum, you'll be fed ads. At worst, you might fall victim to malevolent code that seeks to infect your computer with who knows what (although I haven't verified that these particular sites are seeking to plant anything on your machine).

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Saturday, December 21, 2013

Car Hacking – Now It’s Not Just Computers Being Hacked

Israeli companies are working to develop a “Hack Safe” car. This effort comes at a time when there’s a growing concern involving car hacking. “This can be a tool for terrorists ” said an Israeli expert.
The concern brought U.S Senator Ed Markey to ask twenty automobile manufacturers to submit details of their plans to prevent vehicles from wireless hacking attempts, as well as plans to prevent violations of driver privacy.
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According to TomsGuide, Markey wants automobile manufacturers to apply computer-industry security processes and technology — including anti-virus software, incident logging, incident-response planning, software vulnerability patching, and third-party penetrating testing — to mass produced vehicles.
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The U.S Shutdown is a Cyber Intelligence Security Risk

The government shutdown increases the risk of a cyber attack against the U.S. due to the fact that many workers who monitor threats have been furloughed, a lawmaker said, according to Defense Tech.
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Rep. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., a member of the House Armed Services Committee, cited recent figures from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence indicating about 70 percent of the intelligence community’s civilian employees took mandatory leaves of absence, known as furloughs, because of last week’s shutdown.
If somebody wanted to attack us, this would be a great time to launch an attack on the United States,” the congresswoman said during a cybersecurity conference held Tuesday at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., and hosted by Politico. “The people who do these jobs are not working.”
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NSA Tried to Crack U.S. Funded Anonymity Protection System

The National Security Agency (NSA) has repeatedly tried to develop attacks against people using Tor, a software tool designed to protect online anonymity – and which is primarily funded and promoted by the U.S. government itself to help political activists, whistleblowers, militaries, and law enforcement officials.
Among the NSA documents disclosed by Edward Snowden, are documents detailing the NSA’s efforts and showing its successes against Tor.
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Tor — acronym for The Onion Router – is an open-source public project which bounces its users’ Internet traffic through several other computers, which it calls “relays” or “nodes,” to keep it anonymous and avoid online censorship tools.Tor receives about 60 percent of its funding from the U.S. government, mostly from...

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Four New Assassin's Creed Game

  Assassin's creed Mirage protagonist Basim AKA LOKI Game happening in Baghdad 20 years before Assassin's creed Valhalla basically g...