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  • 4 Short St, Bedford, MA 01730
  • 35 Oak Knoll Rd, Meredith, NH 03253
  • Cambridge, MA
  • 4 Short St, Bedford, MA 01730 (857) 205-7589

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Carlo S Bessone

Address:
Bedford, MA 01730
License #:
121182 - Expired
Issued Date:
Feb 1, 1980
Expiration Date:
Dec 26, 2016
Type:
Broker

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Lamp

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US Patent:
D2651351, Jun 22, 1982
Filed:
Dec 28, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/108201
Inventors:
Carlo S. Bessone - Woburn MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
D2605
US Classification:
D26 93

Low Voltage Fluorescent Operating Circuit

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US Patent:
43238246, Apr 6, 1982
Filed:
Dec 21, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/106171
Inventors:
William J. Roche - Merrimac MA
Carlo S. Bessone - Woburn MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
H05B 3700
H05B 3900
US Classification:
315289
Abstract:
A circuit for starting and operating a low-voltage fluorescent lamp from a 120 volt AC supply. The circuit includes a choke type ballast connected in series with the lamp and inductively coupled to a pulse train generator comprising an RC energy storage circuit connected across the line and a voltage sensitive transistorized relaxation oscillator having a divider network for sensing lamp voltage. In a preferred embodiment the circuit is employed in a preheat mode of operation in combination with an electronic starter circuit comprising a PTC resistor, silicon diode and SCR series connected across the lamp.

Fluorescent Lamp Power Reducer

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US Patent:
41468201, Mar 27, 1979
Filed:
Nov 11, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/850614
Inventors:
Carlo S. Bessone - Cambridge MA
William J. Roche - Merrimac MA
Assignee:
GTE Sylvania Incorporated - Danvers MA
International Classification:
H05B 3700
H05B 3900
H05B 4114
US Classification:
315227R
Abstract:
A power reducer for a rapid start fluorescent lamp includes a time delay circuit that discontinues heater current to the lamp cathode after a predetermined time interval and places, at the same time, a current-reducing capacitor in series with the lamp.

Rapid-Start Fluorescent Lamp Power Reducer

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US Patent:
46617450, Apr 28, 1987
Filed:
Apr 15, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/723403
Inventors:
Richard J. Citino - Revere MA
Carlo S. Bessone - Bedford MA
William J. Roche - Merrimac MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Danvers MA
International Classification:
H05B 4116
US Classification:
315106
Abstract:
A rapid-start fluorescent lamp system includes a ballast circuit, rapid-start fluorescent lamps and power reducing means for controlling the application of energy to the lamps. The power-reducing means controls the energy to N/O switches from the energy source upon ionization of the rapid-start fluorescent lamps.

Tri-Model Type Circuit Breaker And Rapid-Start Fluorescent Lamp Containing Same

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US Patent:
49781804, Dec 18, 1990
Filed:
Sep 11, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/406206
Inventors:
Andre C. Bouchard - Peabody MA
Carlo S. Bessone - Bedford MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Danvers MA
International Classification:
H01J 744
H05B 4118
US Classification:
315 73
Abstract:
A tri-model circuit breaker for use in a rapid-start fluorescent lamp. The circuit breaker includes a glass bulb, first and second electrical leads sealed into and passing through the glass bulb, and a bimetallic element disposed within the bulb and having first and second end portions. The first end portion of the bimetallic element is affixed to the first electrical lead while the second end portion of the bimetallic element is formed to be spaced from the second electrical lead at a first elevated temperature and in contact with the second electrical lead at ambient temperature and at a second elevated temperature higher than the first elevated temperature. The contact points of the circuit breaker at ambient and at the second elevated temperature are at the same location within the breaker.

Lamp

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US Patent:
D2668785, Nov 9, 1982
Filed:
Dec 28, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/108183
Inventors:
Carlo S. Bessone - Woburn MA
William J. Roche - Merrimac MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
D2605
US Classification:
D26 93

Lamp

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US Patent:
D2670461, Nov 23, 1982
Filed:
Dec 28, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/108184
Inventors:
Carlo S. Bessone - Woburn MA
William J. Roche - Merrimac MA
Tadius T. Sadoski - Salem MA
Assignee:
GTE Products Corporation - Stamford CT
International Classification:
D2605
US Classification:
D26104

Switching Circuit For A Fluorescent Lamp With Heated Filaments

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US Patent:
40103994, Mar 1, 1977
Filed:
Dec 22, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/643098
Inventors:
Carlo S. Bessone - Cambridge MA
Frank M. Latassa - Magnolia MA
Assignee:
GTE Sylvania Incorporated - Danvers MA
International Classification:
H05B 4123
US Classification:
315101
Abstract:
A ballast for a rapid start fluorescent lamp with heated filaments has a secondary winding supplying lamp current, tertiary windings for supplying heater current to the filaments, and solid state switching circuits in secondary circuits through the filaments. Each switching circuit, which may be integrated with the ballast circuit or connected to a filament within the lamp envelope, comprises two voltage divider resistors having a common junction coupled to the gate of a triac whose primary electrodes are connected in parallel with the voltage divider. The triac is in series with the filament and supplies heating current to the filaments prior to lamp starting. When the lamp starts and conducts rated operating current the voltage divider reduces the voltage at its junction and at the triac gate below triac breakdown level thereby substantially eliminating heater current. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Commonly used fluorescent lamp ballast are of the rapid start type which includes a transformer primary winding and a secondary winding supplying operating current to the lamp, and also one or more heater windings which supply current through the filaments at each end of the fluorescent lamp. The heating current is supplied when power is switched on to the ballast and resistively heats the filaments to emissive state.
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