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Hesham M Elghoroury

from Fayetteville, GA
Age ~62

Hesham Elghoroury Phones & Addresses

  • 115 Stonehaven Dr, Fayetteville, GA 30215
  • 7245 Cottesmore Ln, Solon, OH 44139
  • Cleveland, OH
  • 2350 Rising Glen Way, Carlsbad, CA 92008
  • Peachtree City, GA
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • San Diego, CA
  • Cardiff by the Sea, CA
  • Grayslake, IL
  • Mentor, OH

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Us Patents

Undercabinet Lighting With Light Emitting Diode Source

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US Patent:
6758573, Jul 6, 2004
Filed:
Jun 27, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/604468
Inventors:
Edward J. Thomas - Streetsboro OH
Wordell Nelson - South Euclid OH
Hesham M. Elghoroury - Solon OH
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
F21V 3300
US Classification:
362133, 362295, 362231, 362800
Abstract:
An apparatus (A) for improving the performance of undercabinet lighting includes a housing ( ) that receives a plurality of light emitting diodes (LEDs) ( ). The LEDs serve as the light source and an optical assembly focuses and disperses the LED output to a desired light contour. The undercabinet lighting assembly further includes a switch ( ) formed from a variable resistor adapted to control the level of optical output. The switch is adapted to turn on and off any select number of LEDs. A battery pack ( ) having a battery source is enclosed by the housing for providing back up power and emergency lighting. In a preferred embodiment, the battery source automatically provides power to the undercabinet lighting assembly upon primary power failure.

Flashlight With Light Emitting Diode Source

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US Patent:
6957897, Oct 25, 2005
Filed:
Jun 27, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/604474
Inventors:
Wordell Nelson - South Euclid OH, US
Hesham M Elghoroury - Solon OH, US
Edward J. Thomas - Streetsboro OH, US
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
F21L004/00
US Classification:
362184, 362154, 362185, 362205, 362295, 362187
Abstract:
An apparatus for improving the performance of flashlights includes a substantially cylindrical housing () having a first end () and a second end (). A battery cap () is operatively connected to the first end of the housing and functions to secure a series of batteries in place. A series () of light emitting diodes (LED) () are mounted within the flashlight housing at the end opposite the battery cap. The series of LEDs form an LED array which operates as the light source for the flashlight. A substantially cone-shaped optical assembly () extends outward from the second end of the housing and operates to focus and disperse the LED beam emitted by the LED array. The flashlight further includes an adjustable switch () disposed on the exterior of the housing. The switch is coupled to a variable resistor () which permits control over the light level and/or battery life. An electronic current regulator (), enclosed by the housing, allows the LED beam to remain at a constant and desired light level, thereby increasing the efficiency of the battery life.

Nightlight With Light Emitting Diode Source

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US Patent:
6648496, Nov 18, 2003
Filed:
Jun 27, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/604467
Inventors:
Hesham M. Elghoroury - Solon OH
Edward J. Thomas - Streetsboro OH
Wordell Nelson - South Euclid OH
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
F21V 704
US Classification:
362555, 362800, 362183, 362184, 362 95, 362147, 362249, 362576, 362 84, 362295
Abstract:
A series of light emitting diodes (LEDs) are mounted within a housing ( ) and operate as the light source for a nightlight. One LED ( ) is positioned at each of the four corners of the housing forming an array of LEDs which generates an LED emitted light. The LEDs are all interconnected through printed wiring ( ) mounted within the housing. Power is provided to each of the LEDs through the printed wiring which is coupled to a power source. The power source can be a battery assembly ( ), an electrical outlet or an energy storage device. An adjustable switch ( ) is disposed on an exterior surface of the wall plate and is coupled to a variable resistor enclosed by the housing. The switch permits control over the optical output.
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