Thomas A Stamm: Battery operated access control card. Honeywell, Trevor B Joike, October 5, 1982: US04353064 (255 worldwide citation)

An access control card for use in an access control system. A battery, a wireless signal sensor such as an antenna for receiving coded wireless signals such as coded radio frequency signals generated by a card reader, a clock connected to the battery and including a receiver are connected to the ant ...

Kim A Class, Randolph G Hartman, Brett J Helgeson: Differential GPS landing assistance system. Honeywell, Robert A Pajak, November 1, 1994: US05361212 (253 worldwide citation)

An aircraft landing system is disclosed in which a differential GPS global positioning system is employed. A ground station, located in the vicinity of one or more landing strips, includes a GPS receiver and a data link transmitter for transmitting GPS correction data and also the global position of ...

William W Durand, Anil K Jain, Ronald E Peterson: Graded index Fabry-Perot optical filter device. Honeywell, Charles J Ungemach, March 22, 1983: US04377324 (243 worldwide citation)

A Fabry-Perot filter device comprising a pair of low index substrates having a refractive index of less than 2.4 and mounted in parallel relationship so as to present facing sides to each other in an optical path. A coating is placed on the facing sides of each of said low index substrates, the coat ...

Gabriel A Bergman, Eugene J Takach, Marcus D Stoner, John B Amundson, Philip O Readio, Paul G Schwendinger, James A Wolfbauer, Jeff D Boll, Ian Thomson, Colin T Ferguson, George J Mcleod: Controller interface with multiple day programming. Honeywell International, Gregory M Ansems, October 3, 2006: US07114554 (233 worldwide citation)

A controller equipped with a user interface having multiple-day programming capabilities, including methods of programming such devices, are disclosed. The user interface may include one or more menus or screens that can be used to program a schedule for one or more selected days during the week. An ...

Ord Millar: Multi-electrode composition measuring device and method. Honeywell Measurex, Anthony E Ebert, Burns Doane, July 9, 2002: US06416651 (224 worldwide citation)

The Applicant's invention comprises an apparatus and method for determining the amount of one or more components in a pulping liquor. At a first electrode, a varying voltage is supplied in a voltage range including the half-wave potential of each component of a liquor to be measured, and accoun ...

Robert H Pray, Donald W Ramler, Curtis B Juliber: Automated building control design system. Honeywell, Donald J Lenkszus, December 5, 1989: US04885694 (220 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a computer system for substantially automating the design of a building control system. The system comprises a processor for processing data stored in a data base, the data being related to a building control system design and comprising both graphic and alpha-numeric information. The p ...

Brent D Larson: High efficiency polarized display. Honeywell, Kenneth J Johnson, May 12, 1998: US05751388 (219 worldwide citation)

An image display apparatus which employs a polarization-sensitive scattering element (PSSE). In the display, a light source is used to illuminate a panel which modulates light in order to form an image. Positioned between the light source and the panel is the PSSE which acts to effectively separate ...

Dipak J Shah: Graphical user interface system for a thermal comfort controller. Honeywell International, July 22, 2003: US06595430 (218 worldwide citation)

A graphical user interface system for a thermal comfort controller. The user interface system has a central processing unit coupled to a memory and a touch sensitive display unit. The memory stores a temperature schedule data structure and perhaps a temperature history data structure. The temperatur ...

Kathleen M Radke, Robert E DeMers, David J Lowry, William C Marshall Jr, Jon M Blomberg: Six-degree virtual pivot controller. Honeywell, John G Shudy Jr, June 29, 1993: US05223776 (216 worldwide citation)

An active virtual pivot hand controller using motors to control reflective forces and torques. Degree of freedom parameters, stops, and reflective force rates may be easily modified without altering hardware. The location of the virtual pivot of the hand controller may be likewise readily changed.

Paul C Wacker, Richard A Wruck, John B Amundson, Marcus D Stoner: PDA configuration of thermostats. Honeywell International, Gregory M Ansems, June 6, 2006: US07055759 (215 worldwide citation)

A device and method that may be used at nearly any place to set and adjust a control system such as a thermostat, controller or computer having numerous parameters and options that may be selected for desired operation of an air management system. One may remotely, via a personal digital assistant, ...

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