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Hasmukh R Shah, Thaddeus M Jones, Bruce R Hemingway: Paper currency device. UMC, Rey Eilers, September 14, 1982: US04349111 (173 worldwide citation)

A bill-handling device provides relative movement between a sensor and a U.S. bill or other object to permit that sensor to sense longitudinally-spaced areas on that U.S. bill or other object which correspond to areas, on authentic U.S. bills or counterfeits thereof, where significant data is found. ...


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Carter Ronald W, Nash Charles D: Paper currency validator. UMC, Rogers Ezell & Eilers, March 11, 1975: US3870629 (160 worldwide citation)

Longitudinally spaced and laterally spaced sensors are used to sense longitudinally spaced and laterally spaced areas on each inserted bill. The lateral spacing of those sensors enables one of those sensors to engage and sense part of the upper half, and enables the other of those sensors to engage ...


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Verlaan Jorrit Jan, Oner Fetullah Cumhur, Dhert Walfridusjohannesaugustinus, Duiveman Eduard: Expandable implant for treating fractured and/or collapsed bone. Umc Utrecht Holding, Verlaan Jorrit Jan, Oner Fetullah Cumhur, Dhert Walfridusjohannesaugustinus, Duiveman Eduard, HOOIVELD Arjen Jan Winfried, June 2, 2005: WO/2005/048856 (95 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to an expandable implant for treating fractured and/or collapsed bone, comprising a tube carrying an expansion member comprising expansion means for expanding the implant and creating a cavity, wherein said tube comprises at least one outlet for discharging a fill mater ...


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James T Schuller, Harry C Haeusser: Coin testing and sorting apparatus. UMC, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, September 1, 1981: US04286703 (86 worldwide citation)

For use in a vendor for handling acceptable coins and rejecting unacceptable items (slugs, unacceptable coins) inserted in the coin slot of the vendor and for making change: coin apparatus for handling coins of various denominations (e.g., U.S. nickels, dimes, quarters and dollars), having change tu ...


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Lawrence G Corey: Automatic recording system. UMC Electronics Co, DeLio and Montgomery, April 22, 1980: US04199791 (80 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for receiving a transmission including message signals each preceded by a recording device selection component and recording each message signal on a recording device identified by the selection component. The apparatus includes a plurality of recording devices, means for identifying the r ...


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Leonard P Falk, Robert L Stadler, James R Alford: Article vendor with elevator. UMC, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, August 22, 1978: US04108333 (69 worldwide citation)

An article vendor, particularly for food products such as sandwiches, salads, lunch platters and dessert items, wherein the articles are stocked on endless belt conveyors extending in rear-to-front direction in a cabinet having a front window for merchandising display of the articles. The conveyors ...


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Joseph R Frattarola, Peter W Ford, James P Santagata: Card validating apparatus. UMC, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, July 12, 1977: US04035614 (66 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for validating a card having positioned thereon a plurality of redundant encoded blocks of data readable by moving the card past a reader and for controlling the movement of such a card whose validity is to be determined. A card transporter moves a card along a predetermined path. A reader ...


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Bartholomew L Toth: Multiple-beam optical sensing system for an article vendor. UMC, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, February 24, 1981: US04252250 (60 worldwide citation)

A multiple-beam optical sensing system for an article vendor having a delivery station to which an article to be vended is delivered during the vend which system includes first and second optoelectronic emitters, first and second optoelectronic detectors, a circuit for energizing the emitters, and a ...


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James T Schuller, Paul N Albrecht, Hugo M Canizares: Vendor control circuit. UMC, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, October 28, 1980: US04231105 (54 worldwide citation)

A control circuit for a vendor for vending a plurality of items comprising a microprocessor, an electrically alterable memory, a display circuit and an interrogation circuit. Values of parameters, typically prices, associated with the items to be vended are stored in the memory. The interrogation ci ...


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James T Schuller, Paul K Griner, Nai H Mak: Vendor accountability system. UMC, Senniger Powers Leavitt and Roedel, April 23, 1985: US04512453 (44 worldwide citation)

An accountability system for a vendor having a cash handler, change tubes and a cash box, the cash handler being adapted to accept deposited coins and deliver them to the change tubes if needed, otherwise to deliver them to the cash box. A memory stores data on the amount of cash which should be ret ...