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Thomas S Moore: Automotive instrument panel apparatus. Chrysler Corporation, Christopher A Taravella, October 24, 1995: US05461361 (276 worldwide citation)

An instrument panel projection apparatus is mounted on a pivotable steering column or the ceiling of the vehicle. A small steering wheel, preferably no more than twelve inches in diameter, is also mounted on the steering column. The instrument panel image is projected onto a reflection plate. The st ...


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Krzysztof Gurne, Raymond J Williams, John R Boldt, Robert L Barker, Gregory J Broniak, Daniel J Marus: Hand held automotive diagnostic service tool. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, July 30, 1996: US05541840 (217 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for diagnosing and isolating problems and for monitoring operting conditions on an automobile. The system includes a hand held unit and a master station which can operate alone or in unison to accomplish functions such as logging and displaying da ...


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Stephen J Buckley, Betty L McClanahan: Rear view mirror with integrated matrix display. Chrysler Corporation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jennifer M Stec, August 22, 2000: US06106121 (197 worldwide citation)

A rear view mirror includes a transparent front glass that covers a matrix display, for example an LCD display. The matrix display is translucent when activated and transparent when inactive, and behind the matrix display is a mirror-backed rear glass. Thus, light can pass through the matrix display ...


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John J C Kopera: Battery monitor for electric vehicles. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, September 15, 1998: US05808469 (174 worldwide citation)

A battery monitor for monitoring the voltage and temperature of the batteries associated with a battery pack of an electric vehicle. The battery monitor includes an opto-isolator that electrically separates an isolated portion of the battery monitor connected to the batteries from a non-isolated por ...


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Charles J Berra, Alan J Amici: System and method for reprogramming vehicle computers. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, January 11, 1994: US05278759 (165 worldwide citation)

A system and method for reprogramming a non-volatile memory of one or more on-board vehicle computers through a serial communication link between an off-board controller and the on-board vehicle computer. An interface circuit is also provided on the vehicle in order to process the command signals fr ...


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Min Sway Tin, Pawel J Golab, Jan S Pyko: Fault detection system for electric automobile traction system having floating ground. Chrysler Corporation, Margaret A Dobrowitsky, October 1, 1996: US05561380 (164 worldwide citation)

A fault detection system detects the existence of unwanted electrical paths between the high voltage traction system of an electric car and the chassis of the car. The fault detection system includes a positive sampling RC circuit connected to the positive conductor of the traction system and a nega ...


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Charles J Berra: Circuit and method for interfacing with vehicle computer. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, October 17, 1995: US05459660 (152 worldwide citation)

An interface circuit for providing signals necessary to monitor one or more on-board vehicle computers through a serial communication link between an off-board controller and the on-board vehicle computer. The interface circuit is provided on the vehicle in order to provide the command signals to th ...


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Krzysztof Gurne, Raymond J Williams, John R Boldt, Robert L Barker, Gregory J Broniak, Daniel J Marus: Automotive diagnostic service tool with hand held tool and master controller. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, January 30, 2001: US06181992 (142 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for diagnosing and isolating problems and for monitoring operting conditions on an automobile. The system includes a hand held unit and a master station which can operate alone or in unison to accomplish functions such as logging and displaying da ...


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John Theofanopoulos, Erik J Hansen: Battery tub tester. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, December 28, 1999: US06008652 (120 worldwide citation)

A battery tub tester is disclosed that tests the individual batteries, battery accessories and connections as they are being assembled into a battery tub for an electric vehicle. The batteries and battery tub accessories, including temperature sensing devices and battery monitor modules, are mounted ...


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Robert G Rudzewicz, Gary B Flaishans, Michael A Dahl: Self calibrating lighting control system. Chrysler Corporation, Wendell K Fredericks, January 10, 1995: US05381074 (116 worldwide citation)

A lighting control system with self calibration for employing the entire physical travelling range of a dimmer switch. A lookup table and linear interpolation are used in conjunction with the voltage output of the dimmer switch in order to identify the appropriate duty cycle of a Pulse Width Modulat ...