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Clifford G Wallace, Carl von Isenburg, Michael D Chun, Kenneth G Holmberg, Robert T Bryant: System & method for monitoring & diagnosing faults in environmentally controlled containers, such system and method being especially adapted for remote computer controlled monitoring of numerous transportable containers over existing on-site power wiring. Sealand Service, Bruce & McCoy, November 18, 1980: US04234926 (133 worldwide citation)

An environmentally controlled transportable container monitoring system including a data acquisition unit mounted to each container monitorable by the system, and a central microcomputer system located at a container storage site, e.g. a container ship or land based terminal, which communicates over ...


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Kevin Wong, Ralph Osterhout: Lighted mask for underwater divers. American Underwater Products, Ernest H McCoy, Bruce & McCoy, May 21, 2002: US06390640 (62 worldwide citation)

A lighted mask for underwater divers utilizing a monochromatic blue-green LED light source secured to the mask directing light to the front of the face plate of the mask and having a push button control mounted on the mask for actuating the light source.


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Toru Takehara, Thomas Ng: Method and apparatus for locating cargo containers. Paceco, Ernest H McCoy, Bruce & McCoy, March 12, 2002: US06356802 (59 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for locating containers in a container storage area and identifying the containers by means of their ID tags and identifying the address of the repository location of the containers in the container storage area and wirelessly transmitting the ID and address of the containers ...


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Robert J Kelly, William K Wenger: Universal electrocardiogram sensor positioning device and method. Unilead International, Bruce & McCoy, December 21, 1999: US06006125 (58 worldwide citation)

A universal disposable ECG sensor positioning device and method for use with electrocardiogram diagnostic equipment in which the mask has nine sensors, six of which can be used at any one time to provide three different sizes to accommodate varying sized human torsos.


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Donald P Fox: Metal arc flashlight. Bruce & McCoy, May 20, 1997: US05630661 (57 worldwide citation)

A rechargeable metal arc flashlight having a light generating assembly which utilizes a metal halide arc lamp mounted inside an elliptical reflector for focusing emitted light onto a diffusion screen. The flashlight utilizes a moveable collimating lens disposed in front of the screen to focus light ...


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John E Eckland, James V Frerotte: Wind turbine blade attachment methods. Fayette Manufacturing Corporation, Bruce & McCoy, April 10, 1990: US04915590 (53 worldwide citation)

A rotor blade for a horizontal axis wind turbine wherein a multiplicity of sucker rods are utilized internally of the blade root for securing the blade to the rotating hub of the turbine including the method of attaching the blade root to the hub and the method of making the blade root.


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Erich Immel: Powered load carrier. Bruce & McCoy, March 14, 1989: US04811988 (52 worldwide citation)

A powered load carrier having a front wheel and rear driving wheels secured to a lower frame which supports a hinged upper frame that engage a detachable load carrying apparatus which is slideable on the upper frame between a rearward position where the load is disposed over the drive wheels and a f ...


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Robert Hollis, John E Lewis, Marvin Ackerman: Data sensing and processing device for scuba divers. Oceanic USA, Bruce & McCoy, November 21, 1989: US04882678 (52 worldwide citation)

A portable data sensing and processing device for a SCUBA diver using a tank of compressed air wherein the device provides integrated information to the diver on a liquid crystal display screen to permit the diver to make a longer time variable depth underwater dive than would be permitted by the U. ...


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Robert Spieldiener, Reinhold Spieldiener, Alfons Saiko: Amusement ride raft. Bruce & McCoy, May 14, 1985: US04516943 (50 worldwide citation)

A raft for a rapid flow water course amusement ride having a generally circular shaped hull fabricated in two sections with a surrounding floatation bumper and separate redundant floatation material in the bottom of the hull. A multiplicity of inwardly facing high-backed seats are disposed around th ...


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Maurice Asa, David Asa: Cap structure for a centrifuge tube. Bruce & McCoy, June 23, 1987: US04674640 (50 worldwide citation)

An improved cap structure for a centrifuge tube including a flat roughened texture surface on the top thereof especially adapted to permit writing thereon with a variety of standard writing instruments.