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Craig Raleigh Phones & Addresses

  • Burlington, WI
  • Mount Pleasant, WI
  • 111 Easy St, Saukville, WI 53080 (262) 268-8038 (262) 634-4729
  • 6001 Joanne Dr, Racine, WI 53406 (262) 634-4729
  • Prentice, WI
  • 665 Viewcrest Ter, Burlington, WI 53105 (262) 321-0718

Work

Position: Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Craig Raleigh
Director of Engineering
Vision Plastics, Inc.
Plastics · Mfg Plastic Products · All Other Plastics Prod Mfg
332 Hallberg St, Delavan, WI 53115
PO Box 409, Delavan, WI 53115
(262) 728-3270, (262) 728-3269

Publications

Us Patents

Light-Generating And Beam-Establishing Device

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US Patent:
6379027, Apr 30, 2002
Filed:
May 9, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/568210
Inventors:
Eric J. Haugaard - Kenosha WI
Craig Raleigh - Saukville WI
Assignee:
Ruud Lighting, Inc. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21V 1502
US Classification:
362362, 362267, 362304, 362376, 362433
Abstract:
A light-generating and beam-establishing device including a cage having first and second cage members, having a wall defining a light opening surrounded by an annular washer-engaging surface, a pair of light-gathering/directing elements in end-to-end relationship at inlet ends and having outlet ends each of which is aligned with one of the washer-engaging surfaces, a lamp between the inlet ends, and a spring washer between and engaging the outlet end of each of the light-gathering/directing elements and the corresponding washer-engaging surfaces. The cage members are secured together with the light-gathering/directing elements and spring washers sandwiched therebetween.

Linear Fluorescent High-Bay

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US Patent:
7207690, Apr 24, 2007
Filed:
Sep 28, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/236906
Inventors:
Eric J. Haugaard - Kenosha WI, US
Craig Raleigh - Saukville WI, US
Alan J. Ruud - Racine WI, US
Dallas I. Buchanan - Evanston IL, US
Assignee:
Ruud Lighting, Inc. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21S 4/00
US Classification:
362225, 362222, 362243, 362346
Abstract:
A method, for implementing lighting by utilizing a lighting fixture having a plurality of laterally-spaced light source locations and corresponding lateral reflector positions, may include selectively installing a reflector of a first type or a second type in respective ones of the plurality of lateral reflector positions, the first type reflector having greater uplighting capacity compared to the second type reflector, whereby the selectively installing determines a proportion of uplight versus downlight. For a plurality of tube positions disposed in a plane, a method may include vertically positioning a reflector assembly with respect to the plane. Individual reflector panels may be replaced by flexing the panel. A method may include providing a sensor switch operative to detect an occupant and connect an electrical path when the occupant is detected, and providing a selector for selecting ones of the ballasts to be connected to the electrical path by the sensor switch.

Linear Fluorescent High-Bay

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US Patent:
7261436, Aug 28, 2007
Filed:
Mar 28, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/391049
Inventors:
Eric J. Haugaard - Kenosha WI, US
Craig Raleigh - Saukville WI, US
Alan J. Ruud - Racine WI, US
Dallas I. Buchanan - Evanston IL, US
Assignee:
Ruud Lighting, Inc. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21S 4/00
US Classification:
362225, 362222, 362243, 362346
Abstract:
A method for implementing lighting utilizes a lighting fixture having a plurality of lateral reflector positions, including selectively installing a first type reflector panel or a second type reflector panel in individual ones of the plurality of lateral reflector positions, the first type reflector panel having a greater uplighting capacity compared to the second type reflector panel, whereby the selectively installing determines, for the lighting fixture, a proportion of uplight versus downlight. For a plurality of tube positions disposed in a plane, a method may include vertically positioning a reflector assembly with respect to the plane. Individual reflector panels may be replaced by flexing the panel. A method may include providing a sensor switch operative to detect an occupant and connect an electrical path when the occupant is detected, and providing a selector for selecting ones of the ballasts to be connected to the electrical path by the sensor switch.

Linear Fluorescent High-Bay

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US Patent:
20050073838, Apr 7, 2005
Filed:
Oct 2, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/679228
Inventors:
Eric Haugaard - Kenosha WI, US
Craig Raleigh - Racine WI, US
Alan Ruud - Racine WI, US
Dallas Buchanan - Evanston IL, US
International Classification:
F21S004/00
US Classification:
362225000
Abstract:
A method, for implementing lighting by utilizing a lighting fixture having a plurality of laterally-spaced light source locations and corresponding lateral reflector positions, may include selectively installing a reflector of a first type or a second type in respective ones of the plurality of lateral reflector positions, the first type reflector having greater uplighting capacity compared to the second type reflector, whereby the selectively installing determines a proportion of uplight versus downlight. For a plurality of tube positions disposed in a plane, a method may include vertically positioning a reflector assembly with respect to the plane. Individual reflector panels may be replaced by flexing the panel. A method may include providing a sensor switch operative to detect an occupant and connect an electrical path when the occupant is detected, and providing a selector for selecting ones of the ballasts to be connected to the electrical path by the sensor switch.

Led Light Fixture With Facilitated Lensing Alignment And Method Of Manufacture

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US Patent:
20120281404, Nov 8, 2012
Filed:
Apr 6, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/441571
Inventors:
Kurt S. Wilcox - Libertyville IL, US
Christopher Strom - Racine WI, US
Craig Raleigh - Racine WI, US
Assignee:
RUUD LIGHTING, INC. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21V 5/04
F21V 17/00
US Classification:
362244, 29464
Abstract:
LED lighting apparatus including (1) a plurality of primary lenses each over a corresponding one of LED arrays spaced on a circuit board, and (2) a one-piece lensing member over the circuit board and having a plurality of secondary lenses each spaced over one of the primary lenses on the circuit board, the circuit board and lensing member having first and second mating features positioned and configured for inter-engagement for high-precision lens alignment. The circuit board and one-piece lensing member are each joined to a mounting surface of a heat-conductive member, and such assembly, while facilitating high-efficiency assembly, does not interfere with high-precision lens alignment.

Led Retrofit Lighting Fixture

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US Patent:
20130250575, Sep 26, 2013
Filed:
Sep 19, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/623006
Inventors:
Mario A. Castillo - Racine WI, US
Craig Raleigh - Racine WI, US
Assignee:
RUUD LIGHTING, INC. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21V 5/00
F21V 13/04
F21V 5/04
US Classification:
362241, 362335, 362237
Abstract:
A unitary lens comprising a plurality of lens members aligned substantially along a preferential/non-preferential line. Each lens member being elongate across the preferential/non-preferential line with all elongate lens members being in substantially same orientation and each configured for light to exit the unitary lens predominantly toward the preferential side. Each lens member includes an elongate opening for receiving light from a group of emitters aligned across the preferential/non-preferential line; a refracting inner surface forming a void and having a racetrack-shaped surrounding surface extending from the opening to a substantially planar elongate end surface; and a lateral surface having opposed preferential and non-preferential surface portions, the non-preferential portion being at an angle to the base plane which is greater than the angle of the preferential portion to the base plane.

Led Light Fixture With Inter-Fin Air-Flow Interrupters

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US Patent:
20130265761, Oct 10, 2013
Filed:
Apr 6, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/441567
Inventors:
Brian Kinnune - Racine WI, US
David P. Goelz - Milwaukee WI, US
Kurt S. Wilcox - Libertyville IL, US
Craig Raleigh - Racine WI, US
Assignee:
Ruud Lighting, Inc. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21V 29/00
F21V 5/04
US Classification:
362244, 362382, 362373
Abstract:
An LED light fixture including a plurality of upwardly-protruding elongate fins extending therealong from distal fin-ends to proximal fin-ends adjacent to upward-flow openings through the fixture, the fins defining horizontal between-fin channels open at the distal fin-ends, and a plurality of flow-interrupters between adjacent fins changing air flow along the channels. The flow-interrupters may be less than half the heights of their respective between-fin channels and may be mounting bosses to serve the further purpose of facilitating assembly of the fixture.

Led Downlight

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US Patent:
20140049957, Feb 20, 2014
Filed:
Aug 15, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/586554
Inventors:
David P. Goelz - Milwaukee WI, US
Bernd R. Sieberth - Salem WI, US
Kurt S. Wilcox - Libertyville IL, US
Mario A. Castillo - New Braunfels TX, US
Craig D. Raleigh - Burlington WI, US
Assignee:
RUUD LIGHTING, INC. - Racine WI
International Classification:
F21V 29/00
F21V 13/02
US Classification:
362235, 362294
Abstract:
A lighting device includes a substrate, a light emitting diode (LED) array mounted on a first surface of the substrate, and circuit components mounted on the first surface of the substrate and coupled to the LED array wherein the circuit components are adapted to control electrical power applied to the LED array. A heat exchanger is mounted on a second surface of the substrate and a reflector is disposed about the LED array wherein the reflector has a reflection surface that is convex on a first side of an inflection locus and concave on a second side of the inflection locus, and wherein the first side of the inflection locus is proximate the LED array. A diffuser is adjacent the second side of the inflection locus of the reflector.
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