Patents by Inventor Marco Marroquin

Marco Marroquin has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20150188486
    Abstract: Various technologies for integrating an inverter with a photovoltaic module are disclosed.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 30, 2014
    Publication date: July 2, 2015
    Inventor: Marco A. Marroquin
  • Publication number: 20150122305
    Abstract: An electronics module docking system includes docking member removably coupled to a photovoltaic module. The docking system includes a first connector port electrically coupled to one or more photovoltaic cells of the photovoltaic module. The photovoltaic module is selectively coupleable to the docking member. The docking system includes a housing to enclose an electronics module. The housing may include second connector port that is selectively engageable to the power electronics module. The power electronics module and the photovoltaic cells are electrically coupled to one another upon selective engagement of the connector ports. The inverter housing is receivable by and removably coupleable to the docking member allowing the inverter housing to be removably coupleable to the photovoltaic module.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 5, 2015
    Publication date: May 7, 2015
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Thomas P. Parker, Robert S. Balog
  • Patent number: 8964401
    Abstract: Systems, processes, and manufactures are provided that employ a casing associated with an electrical component to provide some, most, substantially all or all electrical insulative protection necessary for the electrical component. This casing may be further employed with potting or other materials to supplement and add additional or different protections for the component. These additional protections can include additional insulative resistance, thermal protection, moisture protection and other buffers to and from the environment.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 9, 2011
    Date of Patent: February 24, 2015
    Assignee: SunPower Corporation
    Inventors: Eduardo Escamilla, Marco Marroquin, William John Morris, John Trevor Morrison, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen Wurmlinger
  • Patent number: 8929094
    Abstract: An electronics module docking system includes docking member removably coupled to a photovoltaic module. The docking system includes a first connector port electrically coupled to one or more photovoltaic cells of the photovoltaic module. The photovoltaic module is selectively coupleable to the docking member. The docking system includes a housing to enclose an electronics module. The housing may include second connector port that is selectively engageable to the power electronics module. The power electronics module and the photovoltaic cells are electrically coupled to one another upon selective engagement of the connector ports. The inverter housing is receivable by and removably coupleable to the docking member allowing the inverter housing to be removably coupleable to the photovoltaic module.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 11, 2013
    Date of Patent: January 6, 2015
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Thomas P. Parker, Robert S. Balog
  • Publication number: 20130271926
    Abstract: An electronics module docking system includes docking member removably coupled to a photovoltaic module. The docking system includes a first connector port electrically coupled to one or more photovoltaic cells of the photovoltaic module. The photovoltaic module is selectively coupleable to the docking member. The docking system includes a housing to enclose an electronics module. The housing may include second connector port that is selectively engageable to the power electronics module. The power electronics module and the photovoltaic cells are electrically coupled to one another upon selective engagement of the connector ports. The inverter housing is receivable by and removably coupleable to the docking member allowing the inverter housing to be removably coupleable to the photovoltaic module.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 11, 2013
    Publication date: October 17, 2013
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Thomas P. Parker, Robert S. Balog
  • Patent number: 8462518
    Abstract: An electronics module docking system includes docking member removably coupled to a photovoltaic module. The docking system includes a first connector port electrically coupled to one or more photovoltaic cells of the photovoltaic module. The photovoltaic module is selectively coupleable to the docking member. The docking system includes a housing to enclose an electronics module. The housing may include second connector port that is selectively engageable to the power electronics module. The power electronics module and the photovoltaic cells are electrically coupled to one another upon selective engagement of the connector ports. The inverter housing is receivable by and removably coupleable to the docking member allowing the inverter housing to be removably coupleable to the photovoltaic module.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 30, 2009
    Date of Patent: June 11, 2013
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Thomas Paul Parker, Robert S. Balog
  • Publication number: 20130094151
    Abstract: Systems, processes, and manufactures are provided that employ a casing associated with an electrical component to provide some, most, substantially all or all electrical insulative protection necessary for the electrical component. This casing may be further employed with potting or other materials to supplement and add additional or different protections for the component. These additional protections can include additional insulative resistance, thermal protection, moisture protection and other buffers to and from the environment.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 9, 2011
    Publication date: April 18, 2013
    Applicant: SOLARBRIDGE TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
    Inventors: Eduardo Escamilla, Marco Marroquin, William John Morris, John Trevor Morrison, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen Wurmlinger
  • Patent number: 8227942
    Abstract: A system and apparatus for interconnecting an array of power generating assemblies includes a cable assembly having a plurality of continuous conductors and a plurality of cable connectors electrically coupled to the continuous conductors. The continuous conductors are configured to receive inverter AC power generated by inverters and deliver the combined AC power to an AC grid or other power sink. The cable connectors are configured to mate with corresponding connectors of the inventers to deliver the AC power to the continuous conductors.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 5, 2012
    Date of Patent: July 24, 2012
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Robert S. Balog, Trishan Esram, Jeremiah Noel Foley
  • Patent number: 8207637
    Abstract: A system and apparatus for interconnecting an array of power generating assemblies includes a cable assembly having a plurality of continuous conductors and a plurality of cable connectors electrically coupled to the continuous conductors. The continuous conductors are configured to receive inverter AC power generated by inverters and deliver the combined AC power to an AC grid or other power sink. The cable connectors are configured to mate with corresponding connectors of the inventers to deliver the AC power to the continuous conductors.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 9, 2009
    Date of Patent: June 26, 2012
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Robert S. Balog, Trishan Esram, Jeremiah Noel Foley
  • Publication number: 20120104872
    Abstract: A system and apparatus for interconnecting an array of power generating assemblies includes a cable assembly having a plurality of continuous conductors and a plurality of cable connectors electrically coupled to the continuous conductors. The continuous conductors are configured to receive inverter AC power generated by inverters and deliver the combined AC power to an AC grid or other power sink The cable connectors are configured to mate with corresponding connectors of the inventers to deliver the AC power to the continuous conductors.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 5, 2012
    Publication date: May 3, 2012
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Robert S. Balog, Trishan Esram, Jeremiah Noel Foley
  • Publication number: 20110084556
    Abstract: A system and apparatus for interconnecting an array of power generating assemblies includes a cable assembly having a plurality of continuous conductors and a plurality of cable connectors electrically coupled to the continuous conductors. The continuous conductors are configured to receive inverter AC power generated by inverters and deliver the combined AC power to an AC grid or other power sink. The cable connectors are configured to mate with corresponding connectors of the inventers to deliver the AC power to the continuous conductors.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 9, 2009
    Publication date: April 14, 2011
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Thomas Paul Parker, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Robert S. Balog, Trishan Esram, Jeremiah Noel Foley
  • Publication number: 20110083733
    Abstract: An electronics module docking system includes docking member removably coupled to a photovoltaic module. The docking system includes a first connector port electrically coupled to one or more photovoltaic cells of the photovoltaic module. The photovoltaic module is selectively coupleable to the docking member. The docking system includes a housing to enclose an electronics module. The housing may include second connector port that is selectively engageable to the power electronics module. The power electronics module and the photovoltaic cells are electrically coupled to one another upon selective engagement of the connector ports. The inverter housing is receivable by and removably coupleable to the docking member allowing the inverter housing to be removably coupleable to the photovoltaic module.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 30, 2009
    Publication date: April 14, 2011
    Applicant: SolarBridge Technologies
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Stephen P. Wurmlinger, Thomas Paul Parker, Robert S. Balog
  • Publication number: 20090045636
    Abstract: A latch system and method according to which a latch is connected to a component such as a chassis. A component is adapted for movement relative to the chassis at an angle of from about 0 degrees to about 90 degrees. The component is operably engaged in response to the relative movement.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 27, 2008
    Publication date: February 19, 2009
    Applicant: DELL PRODUCTS L.P.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, John D. Revell
  • Patent number: 7478889
    Abstract: A rotating door panel is coupled to a chassis. A pair of arms extend from a base connected to the chassis. The arms are movable between a first configuration and a second configuration. A latch is connected to the chassis, and a stryker connected to the door panel is engageable with the arms. The stryker is operable to angularly approach the latch for engagement with the latch.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 31, 2005
    Date of Patent: January 20, 2009
    Assignee: Dell Products L.P.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, John D. Revell
  • Patent number: 7367638
    Abstract: A door panel system and method according to which a door panel is coupled to a member such as a chassis. A door panel is coupled to the chassis and is automatically rotated relative to the chassis.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 31, 2005
    Date of Patent: May 6, 2008
    Assignee: Dell Products L.P.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, William John Morris, John D. Revell
  • Patent number: 7278872
    Abstract: A card retaining apparatus includes a reinforced card support post including a board mounting member and a card securing device which is operable to couple to the reinforced card support post. The reinforced card support post may be mounted to a board adjacent a card connector and the card securing device coupled to the card support post to retain a card in the card connector.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 30, 2005
    Date of Patent: October 9, 2007
    Assignee: Dell Products L.P.
    Inventors: Gregory Brown, Tifenn Boisard, Marco A. Marroquin, William Morris
  • Patent number: 7262958
    Abstract: An apparatus for securing a component to a chassis in an information handling system. The apparatus has a first interface configured to couple with the component, and a second interface configured to couple with the chassis. One of the first interface and the component includes a first elastically biasable member configured to engage a first engagement feature of the other of the first interface and the component. One of the second interface and the chassis comprises a second elastically biasable member configured to engage a second engagement feature of the other of the second interface and the chassis.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 31, 2005
    Date of Patent: August 28, 2007
    Assignee: Dell Products L.P.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, James Don Curlee, John D. Revell
  • Patent number: D644609
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 24, 2010
    Date of Patent: September 6, 2011
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventor: Marco A. Marroquin
  • Patent number: D644610
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 24, 2010
    Date of Patent: September 6, 2011
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventor: Marco A. Marroquin
  • Patent number: D666974
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 24, 2010
    Date of Patent: September 11, 2012
    Assignee: SolarBridge Technologies, Inc.
    Inventors: Marco A. Marroquin, Thomas P. Parker, Stephen P. Wurmlinger