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David L Royse, 64512 Big Horn Basin Ct, Wildwood, MO 63011

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512 Big Horn Basin Ct, Ballwin, MO 63011    636-4583285    636-2734068   

Chesterfield, MO   

Creve Coeur, MO   

512 Big Horn Basin Ct, Ballwin, MO 63011    314-2915841   

Work

Company: Potter electric signal company Address: 2081 Craig Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63146 Position: Cto Industries: Communications Equipment

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Mentions for David L Royse

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
David Royse
CTO
Potter Electric Signal Company
Communications Equipment
2081 Craig Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63146
David Royse
Vice-President, Product Manager
Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC 5757 Phantom Dr, Hazelwood, MO 63042
PO Box 42037, Hazelwood, MO 63042
314-5956900

Publications

Us Patents

Single-Piece Manifold

US Patent:
6860331, Mar 1, 2005
Filed:
Nov 14, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/988102
Inventors:
William A. Hagen - House Springs MO,
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Company - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
G08B037/36
A62C037/36
A62C035/00
US Classification:
169 23, 169 20, 169 46, 169 47, 169 16, 169 17, 169 90
Abstract:
A single-piece manifold for use with a residential or other building sprinkler system is disclosed which comprises a body having an inlet in communication with a water supply and an outlet that communicates with a sprinkler system having a conduit adapted for fluid flow formed between the inlet and the outlet. The body includes a main valve that provides a means of manually shutting off communication with the water supply and a combination pressure relief and test valve for draining and testing the sprinkler system. A pair of check valves are positioned across the conduit for preventing fluid flow therethrough when the sprinkler system is inactive with a space being defined between the first and second check valves for communication with a vent passageway. The vent passageway communicates with atmosphere and prevents false alarms due to water surges in the supply line.

Universal Valve Switch

US Patent:
6945509, Sep 20, 2005
Filed:
Jan 28, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/352429
Inventors:
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Company - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
F16K051/00
US Classification:
25112904, 169 23, 239 73, 200 6186
Abstract:
A universal valve switch for signaling the operative state of a valve assembly is disclosed that is attached to the body of the valve assembly using a bracketing arrangement. The valve switch comprises a housing defining a chamber and an aperture formed through the housing that communicates with the chamber. The valve switch may include a contact arrangement having a spring-loaded plunger that is extendable through the aperture with the plunger being operatively associated with the contact arrangement for selectively transmitting a signal to a remote panel whenever the lever is rotated out of contact with the plunger. In other embodiments, the contact arrangement may be replaced with various types of sensor assembly.

Universal Valve Switch

US Patent:
7137408, Nov 21, 2006
Filed:
Aug 23, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/209282
Inventors:
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Company - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
F16K 37/00
US Classification:
137556, 25112904
Abstract:
A universal valve switch for signaling the operative state of a valve assembly is disclosed that is attached to the body of the valve assembly using a bracketing arrangement. The valve switch comprises a housing defining a chamber and an aperture formed through the housing that communicates with the chamber. The valve switch may include a contact arrangement having a spring-loaded plunger that is extendable through the aperture with the plunger being operatively associated with the contact arrangement for selectively transmitting a signal to a remote panel whenever the lever is rotated out of contact with the plunger. In other embodiments, the contact arrangement may be replaced with various types of sensor assembly.

Single-Piece Manifold With Reduced Pressure Arrangement

US Patent:
7293576, Nov 13, 2007
Filed:
Mar 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/091236
Inventors:
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Company - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
E03C 1/10
US Classification:
137218, 137512
Abstract:
A single-piece manifold comprising a body having an inlet in communication with a water supply and an outlet that communicates with a sprinkler system having a main conduit adapted for fluid flow between the inlet and the outlet is disclosed. The body includes a main valve that provides a means of manually shutting off communication with the water supply and first and second check valves positioned across the main conduit for preventing fluid flow therethrough until the sprinkler system is activated. The single-piece manifold has a reduced pressure arrangement comprising a valve member that vents water that may build up between the first and second check valves in order to prevent the back flow of contaminated water from the sprinkler system to the water supply.

Systems And Methods For Remote Testing Of A Flow Switch

US Patent:
8640522, Feb 4, 2014
Filed:
May 18, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/110802
Inventors:
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Richard L. Ulrich - Manchester MO,
Donald Bruce LaRue - Manchester MO,
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC - Hazelwood MO
International Classification:
G01P 21/00
US Classification:
73 116
Abstract:
Systems and methods for the remote testing of a paddle-type flow detector, such as are common in fire protection systems. Specifically, the systems and methods provide for mechanical movement of the vane to test activation of the flow detector under a flow condition, and which measure the amount of time the vane takes to return to the ready position to verify the presence of a paddle on the vane.

Corrosion Monitor

US Patent:
2009006, Mar 12, 2009
Filed:
Jun 27, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/147926
Inventors:
Michael J. Alfermann - Washington MO,
Michael D. Kirn - Chesterfield MO,
David L. Royse - Wildwood MO,
Richard L. Ulrich - Manchester MO,
International Classification:
G01N 17/00
US Classification:
422 53
Abstract:
An apparatus for monitoring corrosion in a pressurized system such as a water-based fire protection system comprising a corrosion monitor mounted within a section of the system containing fluid, wherein the corrosion monitor comprises a surface comprising at least one point of weakness wherein corrosion of a point of weakness causes a change in pressure in an interior chamber of the monitor, which change can be to provide a signal alerting monitoring personnel.

Valve Monitoring Switch Assembly

US Patent:
4739134, Apr 19, 1988
Filed:
May 20, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/051706
Inventors:
Robert E. Hopmann - St. Louis MO
David L. Royse - Ellisville MO
Assignee:
Potter Electric Signal Co. - St. Louis MO
International Classification:
H01H 906
US Classification:
200 6186
Abstract:
A valve monitoring switch is operated by an adjustable length rod whose end senses the position of a valve, for example, a water supply valve. The rod, enclosed by an assembly-mounting nipple, is so pivot-mounted as to be capable of movement in a planar arc, whose plane is substantially coincident with or parallel to the component of valve movement as between its open and closed positions. When the rod is pivoted through a small arc of movement, against the bias of conventional electrical switches, they signal the valve position or its change. To effect installation without damage to the switch assembly, an angularly adjustable mounting socket for the nipple is provided; also, the rod length is adjustable, so that during installation it may be retracted alongside the electrical switch assembly; and after installation may be extended to and fixed in a position in which it will sense the state of the valve.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Data Analysis For Social Workers

Author:
David D. Royse
ISBN #:
0205289037

Field Instruction: A Guide For Social Work Students

Author:
David D. Royse
ISBN #:
0801308208

Field Instruction: A Guide For Social Work Students

Author:
David D. Royse
ISBN #:
0801316227

Field Instruction: A Guide For Social Work Students

Author:
David D. Royse
ISBN #:
0801330440

Program Evaluation: An Introduction

Author:
David D. Royse
ISBN #:
0830414150

Teaching Tips For College And University Instructors: A Practical Guide

Author:
David Royse
ISBN #:
0205298397

Research Methods In Social Work

Author:
David Royse
ISBN #:
0495115665

Research Methods In Social Work

Author:
David Royse
ISBN #:
0534506089

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