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Jonathan R Prendergast: Helmet mount for night vision device. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, October 1, 2002: US06457179 (169 worldwide citation)

A helmet mount for a night vision device with a goggle horn for attachment to the helmet mount is disclosed. The helmet mount includes an adjustable socket assembly for mounting goggle horns with varying dimensions therein, and a break away latch assembly in the lower socket that allows a goggle hor ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast: Magnet module for night vision goggles helmet mount. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, March 8, 2005: US06862748 (155 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a magnet module adapted for use in an automatic shutdown assembly of a flip-up helmet mount for a night vision device, the magnet module comprising a vertically angled cavity with a substantially L-shaped profile, the cavity including a use end and a stowed end sub ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast, Ronald R Soto: Helmet mounting assembly with break away connection. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, November 4, 2008: US07444683 (141 worldwide citation)

An assembly for mounting a night vision device to a helmet is provided that includes a helmet with a mounting device attached to the helmet, and a mounting assembly carrying a night vision device and having a helmet mounting surface for connection to the mounting device, wherein a break away connect ...


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Ronald R Soto, Jonathan R Prendergast, Brian K Crawford, David A Robinson: Helmet mount for night vision device. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, October 29, 2002: US06472776 (56 worldwide citation)

A flip-up helmet mount for a night vision device with a goggle horn for attachment to the helmet mount is disclosed. The flip-up helmet mount includes an adjustable socket assembly for mounting goggle horns with varying dimensions therein, and an improved automatic shutdown assembly that provides fo ...


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Ronald R Soto, Jonathan R Prendergast, Bret F Hawman, Brian K Crawford: Helmet mount for night vision goggle. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, June 22, 1999: US05914816 (40 worldwide citation)

A flip-up helmet mount for a night vision device is disclosed. The flip-up helmet mount includes a position adjustment assembly for adjusting the position of the night vision device between a use and a stowed position, a tilt adjustment assembly for adjusting the tilt angle of the night vision devic ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast: Shroud plate. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, June 22, 2004: US06751810 (37 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a shroud plate for headgear comprising a shell, an insert, a lock and a release mechanism wherein the shell extends around at least a portion of the insert has a smooth surface with rounded edges and corners and is shaped to match the contour of the headgear. Furth ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast: Rotatable helmet mount. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, October 25, 2005: US06957449 (24 worldwide citation)

A helmet mount for a night vision device is provided having means to attached to headgear, such as a helmet, wherein the mount is rotatable between a use position and a stowed position about an axis that is substantially parallel to the attachment means. In one embodiment, a position adjustment asse ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast: Shroud plate attachment. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, September 6, 2005: US06938276 (22 worldwide citation)

A shroud plate for headgear is provided that may comprise a shell, an insert, a lock, a release mechanism wherein the shell extends around at least a portion of the insert has a smooth surface with rounded edges and corners and is shaped to match the contour of the headgear, and at least one attachm ...


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Ronald R Soto, Jonathon R Prendergast, Charles Royston Patton III: Shroud plate with lighting system. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, December 25, 2012: US08337036 (18 worldwide citation)

A light for headgear includes a shroud plate having a shell configured to receive a goggle mount, the shell having a periphery generally conforming to a contour of the headgear; and a lighting system on the shell having at least one light. The light further includes a power unit electrically coupled ...


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Jonathon R Prendergast, Charles R Patton III: Magnetically activated switch. Norotos, Christie Parker & Hale, March 17, 2009: US07504918 (15 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for sensing relative positions of mechanically coupled devices. The apparatus includes a magnetically actuated switch connected to a set of flux conductors to form a switch assembly. A permanent magnet is affixed to a set of flux conductors to form a magnet assembly. The flux conductors ...