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Toshio Shimada: Indicator lamp having a converging lens. Okaya Electric, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, January 6, 2009: US07473013 (63 worldwide citation)

It is sought to provide an indicator lamp, which is excellent not only in short distance visual recognition property but also in long distance one, as well as being further excellent in sight field angle property. An indicator lamp includes a light-emitting element 1 and a light-emitting element len ...


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Fumio Nakajima, Satoshi Watanabe: Gas-discharging type display device and a method of manufacturing. Okaya Electric, Thomas R Morrison, Christopher R Pastel, September 17, 1996: US05557168 (47 worldwide citation)

A panel-shaped gas-discharging type display device includes an anode and a cathode having a special shape to enhance discharging in an airtight chamber formed by two substrates. A gas containing an ultraviolet emission gas such as Xe and Kr and a fluophor for emitting a light are put together into t ...


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Shimada Toshio: (Ja) 表示ランプ, (En) Indicator lamp. Okaya Electric, Shimada Toshio, TANABE Toshiro, June 23, 2005: WO/2005/057082 (28 worldwide citation)

(EN) An indicator lamp excellent in visibility not only from a near distance but also from a far distance and in viewing angle characteristics. An indicator lamp in which a light-emitting element (2) provided to a light-emitting element mounting section (3) formed at the bottom of a lens (1) for the ...


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Takeo Kamegaya, Satoshi Watanabe: DC Plasma display panel. Okaya Electric, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, July 12, 1983: US04393326 (25 worldwide citation)

A plasma display panel with an electrode composed of a metal layer (e.g., Fe and Ni) and a metal compound layer (e.g., alkaline earth metal oxide or sulfide, and rare earth metal hexaborides) which are formed by means of plasma spray coating. The plasma spray coating should be done at such a tempera ...


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Takeo Kamegaya, Tadahiko Sekigawa, Hiroshi Kurakami, Yoshiro Suzuki: Gas discharge display panel. Okaya Electric, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, July 16, 1985: US04529909 (18 worldwide citation)

A gas discharge display panel for a large screen display in which the display brightness and emission efficiency are very high, the display accuracy is high, and is simple to construct. Cathode electrodes having openings forming discharge cells are arranged in parallel on a front plate and a number ...


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Koga Hiromi, Takahashi Seiichi, Kato Akihiro: Light emitting diode. Okaya Electric, March 18, 2004: JP2004-088011 (18 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To realize an LED which is completely free from a color shift even when there are variations in the emission brightness of fluorescent particles for emitting red, green, and blue light.SOLUTION: The LED is manufactured through a method wherein a reflector 14 is provided in a fi ...


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Takeo Kamegaya, Satoshi Watanabe: DC Type gas discharge display panels. Okaya Electric, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, November 19, 1985: US04554482 (16 worldwide citation)

A DC gas discharge display panel is described, having a cathode which is formed by depositing a metal and/or a metal compound on a substrate of the DC gas discharge display panel or a cathode substrate by the application of plasma spray utilizing plasma generated by the discharge of a rare gas, or a ...


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Takeo Kamegaya, Tadahiko Sekigawa, Hiroshi Kurakami, Yoshiro Suzuki: Gas discharge display panel. Okaya Electric, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak and Seas, July 5, 1983: US04392075 (16 worldwide citation)

A gas discharge display panel for a large screen display in which the display brightness and emission efficiency are very high, the display accuracy is high, and is simple to construct. Cathode electrodes having openings forming discharge cells are arranged in parallel on a front plate and a number ...


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Yoshito Kasai, Yoshiro Suzuki, Akihiko Ikazaki: Fuse Resistor, and discharging-type surge absorbing device with security mechanism. Okaya Electric, Harold L Burstyn, Thomas R Morrison, April 4, 1995: US05404126 (14 worldwide citation)

A fuse resistor protects a circuit from a surge, an overcurrent from an unexpected connection, or the like. When a continuous overvoltage higher than a predetermined value is applied to the circuit, the heat from a heat-generating resistant film fractures an insulating substrate of the fuse resistor ...


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Chiba Kaori, Kakuho Shinichiro, Igasaki Akihiko: Surge protector. Okaya Electric, April 11, 2003: JP2003-111270 (14 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a surge protector suitable for use in a low-voltage and high-speed communication circuit such as a LAN of which the waveform of a signal does not become dull due to an electrostatic capacity.SOLUTION: Two constant voltage diodes 2 each having a prescribed inhibiting ...