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Umesh K Sopory

from San Jose, CA
Age ~77

Umesh Sopory Phones & Addresses

  • 2448 Renfield Way, San Jose, CA 95148 (408) 238-5954
  • 38735 Adcock Dr, Fremont, CA 94536 (510) 796-4912 (510) 796-7543
  • San Leandro, CA
  • Fremont, OH
  • Petaluma, CA
  • Palmdale, CA

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Umesh Sopory
Owner
Shivamb Enterprises
Whol Export Undersea Equipment & Mgt Consulting Services
645 143 Ave, San Leandro, CA 94578
PO Box 983, Fremont, CA 94537
(510) 357-1550
Umesh Sopory
Managing
Wwus Development LLC
Development of Electrical and Electronic · Management Services
1308 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94133
Umesh Kumar Sopory
Asuk Technologies, LLC
Mfg/Service Prods for Industrial/Constr
2140 Peralta Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536

Publications

Us Patents

Electrical Heating Devices And Resettable Fuses

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US Patent:
6492629, Dec 10, 2002
Filed:
Dec 18, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/720057
Inventors:
Umesh Sopory - Fremont CA,
International Classification:
H05B 102
US Classification:
219535, 219505, 219485, 219538, 338 22 R, 338328
Abstract:
A heating element ( ) having a first bus wire ( ) and a second bus wire ( ) and a plurality of flexible heating wires ( ) which are connected between the first and second bus wires ( ), the flexible heating wires ( ) which are connected between the within parallel zones ( ), to make up modules ( ), which may be attached together or cut to length so that the overall length of the heating element ( ) may be varied thereby. The heating element may be self-regulating. Also a self- regulating regulating heating element ( ) having a plurality of PTC heating elements ( ) and at least one conductive pathway ( ) which is interposed between two of the PTC heating elements, and forming a series circuit between said first and second bus wires ( ). Also a self-regulating heating device ( ) having first and second layers ( ) of material, at least one of which is PTC material interposed between a first electrode ( ) and a second electrode ( ). Also a resettable fuse ( ), which provides voltage spike protection for an element to be protected, having an element of Voltage Sensitive Material ( ) which is in parallel with the element to be protected.

Low And High Voltage Electrical Heating Devices

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US Patent:
6703593, Mar 9, 2004
Filed:
Sep 10, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/241710
Inventors:
Umesh Sopory - Fremont CA
Assignee:
Asuk Technologies LLC - San Leandro CA
International Classification:
H05B 102
US Classification:
219505, 219494, 219535
Abstract:
A low-voltage self-regulating heating device ( ) for operation with supply voltages in the range of 0. 1-12 volts having first and second layers ( ) of material, at least one of which is PTC material interposed between a first electrode ( ) and a second electrode ( ). Also a high-voltage self-regulating heating device ( ) for operation with supply voltages above 240 volts having first and second layers ( ) of material, at least one of which is PTC material interposed between a first electrode ( ) and a second electrode ( ).

Heating Cable

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US Patent:
7989740, Aug 2, 2011
Filed:
May 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/122592
Inventors:
Wells Whitney - San Francisco CA,
Umesh Sopory - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
Thermon Manufacturing Company - San Marcos TX
International Classification:
H05B 3/34
H05B 3/00
US Classification:
219549, 219212, 219528, 219535, 219544, 219542, 219548, 29611
Abstract:
A heating cable includes a bus wire structure that includes a plurality of bus wires. An insulation layer is provided to insulate the plurality of bus wires. A plurality of node areas exposes portions of the bus wires from the insulation. A heating element is wrapped around the bus wire structure in a helical manner. The heating element includes an insulating core and one or more resistance wires wrapped around the core in a helical manner. The heating element is electrically coupled to the nodes of the bus wire structure at the plurality of node areas. The insulating core may be made of a folded-over tape made of a cloth material, such as glass cloth. Pluralities of redundant paths in between two nodes are provided to allow for current to flow in a zone if one of the redundant paths is broken.

Heating Cable With A Heating Element Positioned In The Middle Of Bus Wires

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US Patent:
8212191, Jul 3, 2012
Filed:
May 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/122599
Inventors:
Umesh Sopory - San Jose CA,
Wells Whitney - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
Thermon Manufacturing Co. - San Marcos TX
International Classification:
H05B 3/54
H05B 3/02
US Classification:
219549, 219546
Abstract:
Particular embodiments generally relate to a heating cable that includes a plurality of bus wires positioned on the outside of a heating element. In one embodiment, a spacer is provided. A heating element is included on a surface of the spacer. The heating element also includes one or more resistance wires. A plurality of bus wires are positioned on the edges of the spacer that has the heating element wrapped around it. For example, a first bus wire is positioned on a first side of the spacer and a second bus wire is positioned on a second side of the spacer. A plurality of node areas (e. g. , on the bus wires or on an insulated heating element) allow a resistance wire of the heating element to be electrically coupled to the bus wires at the plurality of node areas on alternating bus wires.

Heating Cable

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US Patent:
8338759, Dec 25, 2012
Filed:
Jul 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/180112
Inventors:
Wells Whitney - San Francisco CA,
Umesh Sopory - San Jose CA,
Assignee:
Thermon Manufacturing Company - San Marcos TX
International Classification:
H05B 3/34
H01S 4/00
US Classification:
219549, 219212, 219528, 219535, 219544, 219542, 219548, 29611, 295921
Abstract:
A heating cable includes a bus wire structure that includes a plurality of bus wires. An insulation layer is provided to insulate the plurality of bus wires. A plurality of node areas exposes portions of the bus wires from the insulation. A heating element is wrapped around the bus wire structure in a helical manner. The heating element includes an insulating core and one or more resistance wires wrapped around the core in a helical manner. The heating element is electrically coupled to the nodes of the bus wire structure at the plurality of node areas. The insulating core may be made of a folded-over tape made of a cloth material, such as glass cloth. Pluralities of redundant paths in between two nodes are provided to allow for current to flow in a zone if one of the redundant paths is broken.

Heating Cable With Insulated Heating Element

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US Patent:
2009028, Nov 19, 2009
Filed:
May 16, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/122594
Inventors:
Konrad Mech - North Vancouver,
Wells Whitney - San Francisco CA,
Umesh Sopory - San Jose CA,
International Classification:
H05B 3/54
H05B 3/00
US Classification:
219549, 29611
Abstract:
Particular embodiments generally relate to a heating cable that includes an insulated heating element. The bus wires may be bared in that they do not have an insulation jacket surrounding each of the bus wires. For example, insulation on the bus wires that electrically separates bus wires from heating element is not included. Instead, insulation is included on and surrounds the heating element. A heating element is includes one or more resistance wires and an insulating layer surrounding the one or more resistance wires. For the resistance wires to electrically contact the bus wires, the insulating layer is bared at a plurality of node areas to expose the one or more resistance wires from the insulating layer. The one or more resistance wires are electrically coupled to the bus wires at the plurality of node areas to create a plurality of resistance zones for generating heat.

Heating Cable

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US Patent:
2012001, Jan 26, 2012
Filed:
Jul 15, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/183916
Inventors:
Wells Whitney - San Francisco CA,
Umesh Sopory - San Jose CA,
Steve Makar - Kelowna,
Konrad Mech - North Vancouver,
International Classification:
H05B 3/56
H05B 3/02
US Classification:
219544, 29611
Abstract:
A heating cable includes a bus wire structure that includes a plurality of bus wires. An insulation layer is provided to insulate the plurality of bus wires. A plurality of node areas exposes portions of the bus wires from the insulation. A heating element is wrapped around the bus wire structure in a helical manner. The heating element includes an insulating core and one or more resistance wires wrapped around the core in a helical manner. The heating element is electrically coupled to the nodes of the bus wire structure at the plurality of node areas. The insulating core may be made of a folded-over tape made of a cloth material, such as glass cloth. Pluralities of redundant paths in between two nodes are provided to allow for current to flow in a zone if one of the redundant paths is broken.

High Voltage High Temperature Heater Cables, Connectors, And Insulations

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US Patent:
2014003, Feb 6, 2014
Filed:
Jul 26, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/952575
Inventors:
Umesh Kumar Sopory - San Jose CA,
International Classification:
H01B 7/29
H01B 7/04
US Classification:
428368, 174102 R, 174120 C, 174120 R, 428394, 428391, 428384, 428381
Abstract:
A high temperature, high voltage cable having at least one multi-strand conductor whose resistance is controlled by tightness or looseness of pitch. Also, a high temperature, high voltage cable having at least one layer of ceramifiable polymer, and at least one layer of mica/glass. Also, a high temperature, high voltage cable including at least one layer of non-conductive inorganic material, and at least one layer of mica/glass tape. Also, a high temperature, high voltage sleeve having at least one layer of ceramifiable polymer and at least one layer of mica/glass. Also, a high temperature, high voltage sleeve including at least one layer of non-conductive inorganic material and at least one layer of mica/glass. Also a heating cable having at least one layer of mica/glass and at least one layer of thermally conductive and electrically insulating inorganic materials. Also a flexible heating cable including at least one stranded conductor and at least one layer of flexible mica/glass tape that is coated with thermally conductive and electrically insulating material.
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