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Yiwu Ding: Apparatus comprising image sensor array and illumination control. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, January 14, 2014: US08628013 (209 worldwide citation)

There is set forth herein an indicia reading apparatus having a configuration in which an illumination assembly for projecting an illumination pattern is de-energized during subsequent exposure periods. In one embodiment the indicia reading apparatus includes a configuration in which the illuminatio ...


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Justin Samek, Mark Hernandez: Encoded information reading terminal in communication with peripheral point-of-sale devices. Honeywell International, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, October 8, 2013: US08550335 (209 worldwide citation)

An encoded information reading (EIR) terminal can comprise a processor, a memory, and at least one EIR device provided by a bar code reading device, an RFID reading device, an NFC reading device, or a magnetic card reading device. The EIR device can be configured to output raw message data containin ...


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Philip J Bohrer, Robert G Johnson: Flow sensor. Honeywell, John P Sumner, October 23, 1984: US04478077 (206 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. The flow sensor further comprises a semiconductor body with a depression therein and structure connecting the heater and the sensors to the body and bridging the depression so that at least a major portion ...


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Edward C Bremer, Runhong Deng: Imaging devices and methods for inhibiting or removing captured aiming pattern. Honeywell International, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, April 15, 2014: US08695880 (205 worldwide citation)

A method for obtaining an image indicia includes performing one or more exposures of an imager to capture one or more images, and controlling active portions of an aiming pattern to inhibit capture of the aiming pattern in the one or more captured images or removing the aiming pattern from the one o ...


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Ulf Stefan Berglund, Bjorn Henry Lundberg: Comfort control system incorporating weather forecast data and a method for operating such a system. Honeywell, Robert B Leonard, August 8, 2000: US06098893 (205 worldwide citation)

In a comfort controls system for multiple buildings (whether residential, commercial or industrial), a weather forecast unit sends weather forecast data over the Internet to a building management provider which handles building management services for a number of clients, each having a number of bui ...


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Philip J Bohrer: Flow sensor. Honeywell, John P Sumner, October 23, 1984: US04478076 (203 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. A base supports the sensors and heater out of contact with the base with the sensors disposed on opposite sides of the heater. The heater is operated at a constant temperature above ambient temperature und ...


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William W Gregory, Jeffrey W Hegg, Wayne E Lance: Active hand controller feedback loop. Honeywell, Albin Medved, November 23, 1993: US05264768 (203 worldwide citation)

An active hand controller system is provided wherein a feedback loop detects the position of a control stick to control a motor driving the control stick to thereby provide certain force feel characteristics to the control stick. The feedback loop includes a detector for detecting force exerted for ...


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Julie Jean Hull, Patrick James O&apos Neill, John Warren Meisner: Database for a remotely accessible building information system. Honeywell International, Merchant & Gould P C, November 26, 2002: US06487457 (199 worldwide citation)

A building information system stores and processes both building management system (BMS) data and building-related configuration information, such as building and equipment descriptions and locations, point and meter descriptions, contact information for alarms, utility rates, and manufacturer and v ...


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Louis D Silverstein, Robert W Monty: Four color repetitive sequence matrix array for flat panel displays. Honeywell, Seymour Levine, Albin Medved, Roger W Jensen, January 24, 1989: US04800375 (198 worldwide citation)

A four color repetitive sequence matrix array for flat panel displays is formed by establishing a repetitive sequence with pixels of four different colors arranged in the rows of the matrix. The sequence commences with a different color in each row, thereby establishing a second repetitive sequence ...


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Paul C Wacker, Richard A Wruck: PDA diagnosis of thermostats. Honeywell International, February 8, 2005: US06851621 (197 worldwide citation)

A system PDA-based on line diagnostics for automatically discovering a thermostat configuration, turning off normal controller delays, temporary overriding sensor inputs and set points, and verifying proper output action including the monitoring the discharge air temperature for the resulting temper ...