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John W Kemp: Analog liquid level sensor. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber, March 20, 2001: US06202486 (11 worldwide citation)

A sensor for determining the location of the surface of liquid in a container, includes: a hollow tubular stainless steel probe inserted into said container, said probe having one portion arranged above the surface of the liquid and having another portion submerged in the liquid; a first thermocoupl ...


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David Lyle Clark: Cathode filament for an ultra-violet discharge lamp. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber, January 26, 1999: US05864209 (8 worldwide citation)

A unique cathode (30) for an ultraviolet discharge lamp (10) is described. The cathode includes a triple-coil wire, i.e., the wire has a primary coil (43), a secondary coil (41) wound around the primary coil and a tertiary coil (36) wound around the secondary coil. The interstices of the primary coi ...


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David L Clark: Gas-filled arc discharge lamp and a method of making thereof. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Nixon Peabody, February 1, 2005: US06850008 (3 worldwide citation)

A gas discharge lamp having a translucent envelope enclosing a light emitting assembly that includes a baffle and an anode separated by one or more spacers made of an electrically insulating material such as ceramic, which are oriented towards a heated cathode to receive electrons emitted therefrom. ...


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James L Curtis: Baffle for eliminating interference ring(s) from the output light pattern of a deuterium lamp. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber, October 26, 1999: US05972469 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved baffle (24) for directing the light discharged from a deuterium lamp includes a plate-like member configured as a cylindrical segment (25), an aperture (27) provided through a central portion (26) of the member, and a flattened portion (26) about the aperture. The flattened portion is of ...


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Peter Woodstock: Fluid-powered inspection camera. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Nixon Peabody, February 27, 2007: US07184076 (2 worldwide citation)

A fluid-powered inspection camera adapted to be operated in a contaminated environment where an electric power supply is not readily available includes a housing having a tubular shell terminating at an open end. An imaging device has a portion arranged within the tubular shell in a spaced relation ...


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James E Lynch: Pressure-sensitive variable-resistance hygroscopic fluid detector, and method. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber, September 5, 1995: US05448603 (2 worldwide citation)

A fluid detector (20) has an enclosure (32) defining an internal chamber (33). The enclosure has a frangible wall portion (34). A sensor (46) is arranged within the chamber. The sensor has a hygroscopic portion (48), the electrical resistance of which changes depending upon whether the sensor portio ...


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Eric P Davenport: Miniature deuterium arc lamp. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Phillips Lytle Hitchcock Blaine & Huber, June 20, 2000: US06078132 (2 worldwide citation)

The present invention broadly provides an improvement in a deuterium arc lamp having structure (e.g., anode 27, baffle 28, etc.) mounted on the distal end of an electrical conductor (26) within an elongated tubular glass envelope (21) in spaced relation to the side wall (22) of the envelope. The imp ...


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Thomas A Dunbar, Richard F Kankus, Thomas J Kolonoski: Cathode-luminescent panel lamp, and method. Imaging & Sensing Technology Corporation, Sommer Oliverio & Sommer, October 19, 1993: US05254905 (2 worldwide citation)

A cathode-luminescent panel lamp (20) includes an evacuated tube (21) having a phosphor coating (25) on the inside surface of a face plate (24). An electron gun (28) is arranged to discharge at least one conical beam of electrons toward the coating to form an electron cloud within the tube. Shaping ...