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Patrenahalli M Narendra, Karl M Fant, Carl P Graf: Human engineered remote driving system. Honeywell, C Lamont Whitham, Michael E Whitham, W Boswell Childs, August 8, 1989: US04855822 (188 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus are provided for driving a vehicle from a remote control station achieving tele-operation of the vehicle. A television sensor mounted on the vehicle provides video image information which is reduced in bandwidth by a factor of approximately 1000:1 for transmission by narrow ban ...


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Paul C Wacker, Richard A Wruck: PDA diagnosis of thermostats. Honeywell International, February 8, 2005: US06851621 (180 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 ...


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Steven W McCuen: Battery monitor. Honeywell, Donald J Lenkszus, May 29, 1990: US04929931 (180 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a battery monitor for monitoring a plurality of conditions of a battery utilized within a system as the primary or auxiliary power source of the system. The battery monitor includes a voltage measuring means for measuring the voltage of the battery and a processor coupled to the v ...


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Duc Luu, Philippe Hubert deRivet, John J Bradley, Benjamin S Franklin: Apparatus and method for semaphore initialization in a multiprocessing computer system for process synchronization. Compagnie Honeywell Bull, Lowe King Price & Becker, February 16, 1982: US04316245 (178 worldwide citation)

Apparatus in a data processing system to initialize a semaphore held in a memory field of the data processing system or, alternatively, to restore the semaphore to a previous predetermined state. A count field, or tally field, provided in the semaphore is initialized by a particular instruction. The ...


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Roger R Roth: Method of semiautomatic ambient light sensor calibration in an automatic control system. Honeywell, Ian D MacKinnon, December 23, 1997: US05701058 (177 worldwide citation)

A method of calibrating a dimmable lighting system having an electric lighting fixture and light sensor in an electronic controller. The method comprises a system which makes eight measurements while controlling illumination levels from both indoor and outdoor lighting. The method calculates a set p ...


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Robert G Johnson, Robert E Higashi: Semiconductor device. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, J P Sumner, March 24, 1987: US04651564 (176 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. Also disclosed is a semiconductor device comprising a thin film member which c ...


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Claude Timsit: Method of recording in a disk memory and disk memory system. Cii Honeywell Bull, Kerkam Stowell Kondracki & Clarke, March 28, 1989: US04817035 (175 worldwide citation)

A method of recording numerical information in a plurality of disk units, in which the bits of each word of numerical information are transmitted simultaneously, each bit being allocated to a unit associated with the weight of that bit in that word, and a memory system for implementing the method, i ...


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Israel Menahem: 3 degree of freedom hand controller. Honeywell, Charles J Ungemach, September 1, 1992: US05142931 (170 worldwide citation)

A hand controller which includes a hand grip having therein a gimble mechanism for allowing rotatory motion about three axes which intersect in the interior of the hand grip and from which motion transmitting members allow the motions about the three axes to be transmitted to remote pick off devices ...


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Werner H Egli, Dennis Kuhlmann, Jack E Wier: Helmet-mounted sighting system. Honeywell, Trevor B Joike, September 8, 1981: US04287809 (169 worldwide citation)

An electromagnetic system for determining the orientation including position of a helmet worn by a pilot is disclosed, having a transmitting antenna for transmitting electromagnetic field vectors, a receiving antenna for sensing the electromagnetic field vectors, a control apparatus responsive to th ...


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Dipak J Shah: Thermostat system having an optimized temperature recovery ramp rate. Honeywell, John G Shudy Jr, September 17, 1996: US05555927 (168 worldwide citation)

An adaptive recovery method for a setback thermostat using the intersection of the space temperature with a sloped recovery temperature line which approximates the change in temperature as a function of time during recovery of the temperature controlled space from a setback temperature, to determine ...



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