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Pierre Abboud / Age, Phone, Address

Found 9 people

Phones & Addresses

Name
Addresses
Phones
Pierre G Abboud
3255 Mcculloch Blvd N, Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Pierre G Abboud
59 Esperanza Ave, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
(626) 836-3595, (626) 355-6960, (626) 355-0755
Pierre Y Abboud
6471 Placita De Tia Ro, Tucson, AZ 85750
(520) 529-9093
Pierre A Abboud
17642 Bessemer St, Encino, CA 91316
(818) 708-3730
Pierre Abboud
3531 Bay Hill Dr, Wadsworth, OH 44281
(330) 668-6246

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Pierre Abboud
Director, Director
Barsa Bazaar International, Inc
396 Alhambra Cir, Miami, FL 33134
PO Box 330884, Miami, FL 33233
Pierre Abboud
Foothill Carpet Flooring America
Carpet Installation · Flooring
8081 Archibald Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
(909) 484-5844

Publications

Us Patents

Motor Vehicle Accessory Control With Control Module Having Single Power Terminal

US Patent:
5572098, Nov 5, 1996
Filed:
Nov 22, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/561564
Inventors:
Michael J. Dreon - Utica MI
Pierre Y. Abboud - Cortland OH
Assignee:
General Motors Corporation - Detroit MI
International Classification:
B60L 100
US Classification:
318293
Abstract:
A motor vehicle accessory control is capable of reversibly activating a DC motor to operate a vehicle door lock, window, sun roof or similarly operated device through a relay controlled H-switch arrangement. The control is provided with an automatic control circuit in a module having input and output terminals but only a single power terminal, which provides either positive power or ground to the module. The opposite power connections are made from the module through the activating relay coils of the H-switch motor drive circuit. A manual switch may be provided for alternative manual reversible activation of the relays; and the circuit provides priority of manual over automatic operation. Neither the manual switch nor the module circuit is capable of activating both relays simultaneously; therefore, a reliable power connection is always available for the module through at least one of the relay activating coils.

Modular External Peripheral Housing

US Patent:
6301103, Oct 9, 2001
Filed:
Nov 13, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/712355
Inventors:
Pierre Abboud - Encino CA
International Classification:
H05K 702
G11B 3300
F16B 1200
US Classification:
361683
Abstract:
An external casing having a modular design for encasing a variety of hardware peripherals within an interior compartment formed by releasably engaging upper and lower halves that receive an interchangeable interface panel and allow the passage of air above and below the peripheral, thereby eliminating the need for a cooling fan internal of the casing.

Natural Gas Vehicle Fuel Gauge System

US Patent:
5379637, Jan 10, 1995
Filed:
Oct 12, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/133940
Inventors:
Michael J. Abowd - Ann Arbor MI
Pierre Y. Abboud - Cortland OH
James R. Ray - Cortland OH
Assignee:
General Motors Corporation - Detroit MI
International Classification:
G01F 2318
G01F 2322
G01F 2500
US Classification:
73290R
Abstract:
A method of measuring and indicating a level of natural gas fuel in a storage tank of a motor vehicle, comprising the steps of determining a temperature of the natural gas, determining a pressure of the natural gas, retrieving from a look-up table, responsive to the determined temperature and pressure, a signal representative of a percentage that the tank is full of the natural gas, determining a gauge command responsive to the signal, and driving the gauge according to the determined command.

Modular External Peripheral Housing

US Patent:
D451919, Dec 11, 2001
Filed:
Nov 13, 2000
Appl. No.:
D/132719
Inventors:
Pierre Abboud - Encino CA
International Classification:
1402
US Classification:
D14356

Stackable Peripheral Housing

US Patent:
2002008, Jul 11, 2002
Filed:
Jan 8, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/757243
Inventors:
Pierre Abboud - Encino CA, US
International Classification:
G06F001/16
US Classification:
361/685000, 361/683000
Abstract:
A stackable external housing having a modular design for encasing a variety of hardware peripherals within an interior compartment formed by releasably engaging upper and lower halves that receive the hardware peripheral and include several features for nesting adjacent housings against one another including upper and lower interface connector openings and complementary top and bottom surface contours.