US Patent Application No: 2001/0022,472

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METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR PROVIDING UNINTERRUPTED POWER DURING TRANSITIONS BETWEEN A POWER SOURCE AND A STANDBY GENERATOR USING CAPACITOR SUPPLIED VOLTAGE

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A method and apparatus for providing uninterrupted power during transitions between a primary power source and a standby power generator. The method and apparatus includes determining one of a power failure condition and a power return condition of the primary power source, transitioning between the primary power source and the standby power generator, and providing power to a load during the transition, the power being supplied by an uninterruptable power supply (UPS) having a capacitor supplied voltage.

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CATERPILLAR INC.PEORIA, IL5660

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Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Codina, George North Hollywood, CA 30 276
Richards, Thomas J Ashley Down, GB 22 130

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