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Ronald J Liebl, Alan J Bronikowski, Thomas C Holdorf, Lawrence J Strojny, Mark W Tellier: Energy control system. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, February 22, 1994: US05289362 (201 worldwide citation)

A control system for controlling a climate control device, such as an HVAC device within a premise, utilizes real time price tier data supplied by the utility company to achieve economical temperature regulation of the premise. The control system regulates temperature based on time of day data and d ...


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Karen L Woest: Method of accessing configured nodes in a facilities management system with a non-configured device. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, August 22, 1995: US05444851 (201 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Paul H Froehling, Jude R Anders, Lawrence J Strojny, James M Rehberger: Direct digital control apparatus for automated monitoring and control of building systems. Johnson Service Company, Larry L Shupe, Joseph J Jochman Jr, John Phillip Ryan, January 29, 1985: US04497031 (171 worldwide citation)

A low level, microprocessor based direct digital system controller includes power supply means for providing a source of regulated electrical power to the controller. A field programmable processor means transfers selected data base information to and receives status signals from a field interface m ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system having a node configured with distributed load management software to manipulate loads controlled by other nodes. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, January 28, 1997: US05598566 (155 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system with time stamp comparison for data base updates. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, April 23, 1996: US05511188 (150 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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David E Rasmussen: Networked facilities management system with updated data based on aging time. Johnson Service Company, Harness Dickey & Pierce, March 16, 1999: US05884072 (148 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processsing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing data ...


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Gregory A Pascucci, David E Rasmussen, Gaylon M Decious, James R Garbe, Susan M Hyzer, Karen L Woest, Vairavan Vairavan, David L Koch, Donald A Gottschalk Jr, Dennis E Burkhardt, Darrell E Standish, Paul W Madaus, Dan J Spacek, Clay G Nesler, James K Stark, Otto M Mageland, Robert R Singers, Michael E Wagner: Networked facilities management system. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, May 28, 1996: US05522044 (142 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...


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Steven J Carusillo: Capacitance transducing method and apparatus. Johnson Service Company, Larry L Shupe, Joseph J Jochman, April 28, 1987: US04661768 (122 worldwide citation)

A signal generating circuit useful in determining the value of a capacitor includes a charging source having a resistive element and a plurality of switches, each switch being positionable between a first, open position and a second, closed position in response to logic signals. The switches are the ...


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Gregory A Pascucci: Networked facilities management system with balanced differential analog control outputs. Johnson Service Company, Foley & Lardner, January 24, 1995: US05384697 (117 worldwide citation)

A networked system having a wide variety of applications and particularly applicable to facilities management systems has multiple levels of software in processing nodes. The levels include a "features" processing level which communicates requests for data to a software object level containing datab ...