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Title:
Generator system
United States Patent D418809
Inventors:
Frank, Kenneth M. (Karney, NE)
Application Number:
D/092130
Publication Date:
01/11/2000
Filing Date:
08/13/1998
Assignee:
Coleman Powermate, Inc. (Wichita, KS)
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
D13/116
Field of Search:
D13/112, D13/114, D13/116, 290/1A, 290/1B, 307/150, 123/2, 123/3
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US Patent References:
5626105Vertical shaft generator with single cooling fanMay, 1997Locke et al.
5574622Power truckNovember, 1996Brown307/150
5546901Engine housing for an engine-device assemblyAugust, 1996Acker et al.
5515816Electrical generator setMay, 1996Ball et al.
5469820Auxiliary power unit for a hybrid electrical vehicleNovember, 1995Data et al.
5121715Compact power supplyJune, 1992Nogami et al.
5095701Apparatus for controlling rotational speed of Stirling engineMarch, 1992Nakano
5039930Battery boosterAugust, 1991Collier et al.320/2
5011442Auxiliary power generation means for outboard motorsApril, 1991Polcz et al.
4926108Variable speed/variable voltage generator setMay, 1990Schooley et al.
4907546Air-cooled type cooling system for engine working machine assemblyMarch, 1990Ishii et al.
4885492Rotary power module constructionDecember, 1989Van Sickle
4859886Portable engine-operated electric generatorAugust, 1989Tanaka et al.
4856470Engine working machine assembly with soundproof coverAugust, 1989Ishii et al.
4779905Forcedly air-cooled engine generator of vertical shaft typeOctober, 1988Ito et al.
4721070Portable engine-operated working machineJanuary, 1988Tanaka et al.
4677940Cooling system for a compact generatorJuly, 1987Bracht et al.
4540888Vertical shaft engine generator set for a recreational vehicle or the likeSeptember, 1985Drewry et al.
D278425Power generatorApril, 1985ToshihikoD13/116
D276997Engine generatorJanuary, 1985MikadoD13/116
D277285Multi-purpose portable power unitJanuary, 1985LopezD13/112
4284913Cooling arrangement for an integrated drive-generator systemAugust, 1981Barnhardt
3259752Portable engineJuly, 1966Honda
Other References:
Ultra 2500.TM. Electric Generator, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1997, (1 page).
Ultra 2500.TM. Electric Generator, PM0422505 with Portability Cart, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1996, (2 pages).
Ultra 2500.TM. Electric Generator, PM0422500 with Carry Handle, PM0422505 with Cart, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1996, (2 pages).
Maxa.RTM. Series Electric Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1995, (2 pages).
Sport And Pulse Series Portable Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1993, (2 pages).
Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1997, (18 pages).
Maxa.RTM. ER Series Electric Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1995, (2 pages).
Powerbase And Powerbase ER Series Electric Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., (4 pages).
Vantage.TM. Series Electric Generators, Coleman Powermate.RTM., 1995, (2 pages).
Electric Generators, Pressure Washers, Compressors, Coleman Powermate.RTM., (8 pages).
Primary Examiner:
Sincavage, Joel
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
Rockey, Milnamow & Katz, Ltd.
Claims:
1. The ornamental design for a generator system, as shown and described.

Description:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view from the front of our new design. Visible components which are not part of the design have been illustrated in phantom;

FIG. 2 is a front elevational view of the design illustrated in FIG. 1;

FIG. 3 is a left side elevational view thereof;

FIG. 4 is a rear elevational view thereof;

FIG. 5 is a right side elevational view thereof;

FIG. 6 is a top view thereof; and,

FIG. 7 is another perspective view looking toward the rear of the design of FIG. 1 illustrating an alternate form of the planar top panel illustrated in FIG. 1. The appearance of the FIG. 7 embodiment as seen from the front and right side is the same as that of the embodiment of FIG. 1 except for the top surface.

The appearance of the FIG. 7 embodiment as seen from the front and right side is the same as that of the embodiment of FIG. 1 except for the top surface.