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Anthony P DiFulvio, Michael R Smith: Incubator including cover means for an analysis slide. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, November 3, 1981: US04298571 (147 worldwide citation)

An incubator is provided for use with a chemical analyzer of the type in which sample fluids are metered onto analysis slides which are subjected to analyses. The incubator includes a temperature-controlled chamber having a rotor mounted therein which supports slides in a plurality of slide-carrying ...


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Michael R Smith, Anthony P DiFulvio: Apparatus for processing an analysis slide. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, October 20, 1981: US04296069 (65 worldwide citation)

Apparatus is provided for processing an analysis slide in a chemical analyzer which is particularly suitable for performing both endpoint and rate analyses. The slide-processing apparatus comprises a slide transfer mechanism for selectively transferring analysis slides between an incubator and a rea ...


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Michael S Montalto, Douglass L Blanding, Michael R Smith: Slide distributor for a chemical analyzer. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, October 20, 1981: US04296070 (63 worldwide citation)

A slide distributor is disclosed for transferring analysis slides between a plurality of modular elements in a chemical analyzer. The distributor comprises a rotor having a plurality of radial arms each of which has a slide holder adapted to receive an analysis slide and to transport the slide to a ...


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William H Cook, Randall J Thorne: Battery charger. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, March 28, 1989: US04816735 (53 worldwide citation)

A battery charger is disclosed which is adapted to receive batteries of different sizes for charging. The charger comprises a separate support for each of the batteries, and different sizes of batteries are supported at different levels in the charger. A charge current is supplied to the batteries b ...


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Joel L Seligson: Imaging apparatus which includes a light-valve array having electrostatically deflectable elements. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, February 14, 1989: US04805038 (45 worldwide citation)

Imaging apparatus is disclosed for exposing a recording medium to produce an image in accordance with information contained in an electrical signal. The apparatus comprises a light source, optical means for imaging light onto the recording medium, and a light-valve array to control the light reachin ...


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Thomas M Stephany: Exposure control apparatus. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, December 29, 1987: US04716432 (42 worldwide citation)

Exposure control apparatus is disclosed for controlling the amount of light admitted to a photosensitive surface. The apparatus comprises an electromagnetic actuator having a pair of aperture blades which are biased toward a rest position and are movable away from the rest position to define an aper ...


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Roger S Van Heyningen, Cynthia S Bell, Paul L Ruben: Camera. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, August 14, 1990: US04949117 (36 worldwide citation)

A camera is disclosed which includes elements for recording an image on photographic film and a solid-state image sensor for recording an electronic image. In order to reduce the size and complexity of the camera and to improve the camera performance, the electronic and film recording functions of t ...


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Michael J Barone, David L White: Electric motor. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, March 22, 1988: US04733115 (34 worldwide citation)

An electric motor is disclosed which is of the brushless DC type and comprises a generally planar rotor and a generally planar stator. The rotor is a multipolar permanent magnet and is adapted is rotate with a driven element. The stator includes a motor coil and a control section having control elem ...


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Herbert J Erhardt: Color image sensor having an optimum exposure time for each color. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, April 14, 1992: US05105264 (34 worldwide citation)

An image sensor is disclosed which is adapted to sense a color image and comprises three channels, one for each of the primary colors. Each channel is identical except for the color of the filter associated therewith. In order to provide the optimum exposure time for each of the colors, the integrat ...


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David Kessler, Edward J Muka: Laser printer having means for correcting laser pointing errors. Eastman Kodak Company, Donald D Schaper, March 1, 1988: US04728965 (33 worldwide citation)

A laser printer is disclosed with three separate channels. Each channel includes a gas laser which projects a beam at a particular wavelength along the channel optical axis. A beam combiner receives the light beams from the three channels and combines them to form a combined beam spot at a registrat ...