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Steven J Engelgau

age ~60

from Royal Oak, MI

Also known as:
  • Steven I Engelgau
  • Steven John Engelgau
510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067248-4143911

Steven Engelgau Phones & Addresses

  • 510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067 • 248-4143911 • 810-4143911
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • 7192 2Nd St, Fort Gratiot, MI 48059 • 810-4143911
  • Lakeport, MI
  • 2730 Woodlake Rd #1, Wyoming, MI 49519 • 616-4143911
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Kalamazoo, MI
  • Punta Gorda, FL

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Company / Classification
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Steven Engelgau
Principal
Engelgau Engineering
Engineering Services
510 S Vermont Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Us Patents

  • Break-Away Pedal With Ball Swivel Snap-In

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  • US Patent:
    6393934, May 28, 2002
  • Filed:
    Jun 21, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    09/598582
  • Inventors:
    Christopher Rixon - Tecumseh,
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex Incorporated - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    G05G 114
  • US Classification:
    74512
  • Abstract:
    A pedal assembly ( ) for use in a vehicle comprising a pedal arm ( ) having a pivot ( ) for movable connection to a vehicle structure ( ) to allow the pedal arm ( ) to pivot in a normal operating range between a rest position and a fully applied position under a predetermined normal operating load. The pedal arm ( ) further includes a mechanism ( ) connecting the pedal arm ( ) to a brake system ( ) for transmitting normal operating loads through the pedal arm ( ) to the brake system ( ). The mechanism ( ) includes a fuse ( ) for allowing the pedal arm ( ) to move independently from the brake system ( ) in response to a predetermined load that exceeds the normal operating load. The pedal assembly ( ) is characterized by the fuse ( ) being frangible for destruction in response to the predetermined load and by including a pocket member ( ) for supporting the fuse ( ) and for receiving a replacement fuse ( ).
  • Door Actuation System With Helical Cable

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  • US Patent:
    6922031, Jul 26, 2005
  • Filed:
    Jun 17, 2003
  • Appl. No.:
    10/463462
  • Inventors:
    Steven John Engelgau - Royal Oak MI,
    Shelley Lynn Bess - Royal Oak MI,
    Christopher Matthew Radjewski - Sterling Heights MI,
    Ian Christopher Hoare - West Bloomfield MI,
    Rajesh J. Somnay - Troy MI,
    Silvio M. Yamada - Waterford MI,
  • Assignee:
    ArvinMeritor Technology, LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    B60J005/04
  • US Classification:
    318286, 318 16
  • Abstract:
    A door actuation system conducts or assists movement of sliding vehicle doors by connecting the door to a bi-directional motor via one or more helical cables that engage with gearing on the bi-directional motor. Rotation of the motor in either direction pushes or pulls the helical cables, causing the door to move toward the open or closed position. The motor can be stopped when the door reaches selected positions other than the open or closed position, holding the door in a partially open position.
  • Adjustable Pedal Assembly With Electronic Throttle Control

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  • US Patent:
    6237565, May 29, 2001
  • Filed:
    Aug 22, 2000
  • Appl. No.:
    9/643422
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex Incorporated - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    F02D 100
  • US Classification:
    123399
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle control pedal apparatus (12) includes a support (18) adapted to be mounted to a vehicle structure (20) and an adjustable pedal assembly (22) having a pedal arm (14) that is moveable in fore and aft directions with respect to the support (18). A pivot (24) pivotally supports the adjustable pedal assembly (22) with respect to the support (18) and defines a pivot axis (26). The control pedal apparatus (12) further includes an electronic throttle control (28) attached to the support (18) for controlling an engine throttle (30). The apparatus (12) is characterized by the electronic throttle control (28) being responsive to the pivot (24) for providing a signal (32) that corresponds to pedal arm position as the pedal arm (14) pivots about the pivot axis (26) between rest and applied positions, Thus, the control pedal apparatus (12) can adjust pedal arm position in fore and aft directions without having to move the electronic throttle control unit (28) along with the pedal arm (14). Additionally, the electronic throttle control (28) is responsive to the pivot (24) about which the adjustable pedal assembly (22) rotates.
  • Adjustable Pedal Assembly With Electronic Throttle Control

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  • US Patent:
    6109241, Aug 29, 2000
  • Filed:
    Jan 26, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/236975
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex Incorporated - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    F02D 100
  • US Classification:
    123399
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle control pedal apparatus (12) includes a support (18) adapted to be mounted to a vehicle structure (20) and an adjustable pedal assembly (22) having a pedal arm (14) that is moveable in fore and aft directions with respect to the support (18). A pivot (24) pivotally supports the adjustable pedal assembly (22) with respect to the support (18) and defines a pivot axis (26). The control pedal apparatus (12) further includes an electronic throttle control (28) attached to the support (18) for controlling an engine throttle (30). The apparatus (12) is characterized by the electronic throttle control (28) being responsive to the pivot (24) for providing a signal (32) that corresponds to pedal arm position as the pedal arm (14) pivots about the pivot axis (26) between rest and applied positions. Thus, the control pedal apparatus (12) can adjust pedal arm position in fore and aft directions without having to move the electronic throttle control unit (28) along with the pedal arm (14). Additionally, the electronic throttle control (28) is responsive to the pivot (24) about which the adjustable pedal assembly (22) rotates.
  • Integral Pedal Arm And Switch Housing

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  • US Patent:
    6101896, Aug 15, 2000
  • Filed:
    Jan 13, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/231393
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex Incorporated - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    G05G 114
    H01H 314
  • US Classification:
    74560
  • Abstract:
    A pedal arm and switch assembly (40) for use in a vehicle (10) wherein a switch housing (62) is integral with the plastic pedal arm (50) and supports the switch (60). The switch (60) is normally spaced apart from an adjacent surface (66) when the pedal (50) is in a normally biased position (P). The surface (66) may either be a pedal assembly bracket portion (47) or a firewall (14). The switch (60) has a pin (64) that extends from the housing (62) and is actuated when the pin (64) contacts the surface (66). The switch (60) produces an electronic signal upon actuation in response to the pedal arm (50) reaching one of a first (P1) and second (P2) predetermined positions. The electronic signal may control a cruise control system (34), brake lights (42), or a transmission gear shifter (20).
  • Break Away Pedal

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  • US Patent:
    6186025, Feb 13, 2001
  • Filed:
    Mar 24, 1999
  • Appl. No.:
    9/275560
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI
    Christopher Bortolon - Clawson MI
    Rolf Herbert Reidel - Windsor,
  • Assignee:
    Teleflex, Inc. - Plymouth Meeting PA
  • International Classification:
    G05G 114
  • US Classification:
    74512
  • Abstract:
    A pedal assembly (10) for use in a vehicle (11) comprising a pedal arm that moves in a normal operating range between a rest position and an applied position under a normal operating load and includes a rebound mechanism for moving the pedal arm to an extended position in response to an applied load greater than the normal operating load. The rebound mechanism rebounds the pedal arm to the normal operating range when the applied load is reduced to the normal operating load. In one embodiment, the break away and rebound pedal assembly (10) includes a first arm (20) having a first end (22) with a first pivotal connection (24) to the vehicle (11) for actuating an automotive system and extending to a second end (26). The assembly (10) also comprises a second arm (30) having third (32) and fourth (34) ends with a pad (36) supported on the fourth end (34). The invention is characterized by a rebound mechanism (40,140) connecting the second end (30) to the third end (32) at a second pivotal connection (42) for pivoting the arms (20,30) in unison in a normal position about the first pivotal connection (24) under normal loads applied to the pad (36).
  • Retractable Roof Panel

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  • US Patent:
    2006015, Jul 20, 2006
  • Filed:
    Mar 16, 2006
  • Appl. No.:
    11/376767
  • Inventors:
    Steven Engelgau - Royal Oak MI,
  • International Classification:
    B60J 7/047
  • US Classification:
    296216050
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle is provided that includes a roof with a roof opening and a rear body portion with a rear opening. Spaced apart guide rails are supported on an exterior surface of the roof. A retractable roof panel is supported on the guide rails by guide members that move along the guide rails along a path. The roof opening and the roof panel extend to the rearward end where the roof panel defines a rear header. The retractable roof panel may be driven from a closed positioned forward to an open position where the roof panel is adjacent to the exterior surface of the roof. The rear gate assembly, which is arranged in the rear opening, may be opened to provide access to the rear cargo area of the vehicle. With the rear gate assembly and retractable roof panel open, large items may be slid into the cargo area and may extend above the plane of the roof.
  • Retractable Roof Panel

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  • US Patent:
    7032962, Apr 25, 2006
  • Filed:
    Dec 28, 2004
  • Appl. No.:
    11/023798
  • Inventors:
    Steven J. Engelgau - Royal Oak MI,
  • Assignee:
    Meritor Light Vehicle Technology, LLC - Troy MI
  • International Classification:
    B60J 7/047
    B60J 7/053
  • US Classification:
    29621605, 29621608, 296222
  • Abstract:
    A vehicle is provided that includes a roof with a roof opening and a rear body portion with a rear opening. Spaced apart guide rails are supported on an exterior surface of the roof. A retractable roof panel is supported on the guide rails by guide members that move along the guide rails along a path. The roof opening and the roof panel extend to the rearward end where the roof panel defines a rear header. The retractable roof panel may be driven from a closed positioned forward to an open position where the roof panel is adjacent to the exterior surface of the roof. The rear gate assembly, which is arranged in the rear opening, may be opened to provide access to the rear cargo area of the vehicle. With the rear gate assembly and retractable roof panel open, large items may be slid into the cargo area and may extend above the plane of the roof.

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