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Thomas J Barnett, Sean P Tillinghast: High power LED. Weldon Technologies, James R Eley, Thompson Hine, April 1, 2003: US06541800 (244 worldwide citation)

A method and system are taught for a system comprising an LED package. The LED package may comprise an anode, a cathode coupled to the anode, an LED die coupled to the cathode and the anode, a lens coupled to the anode, and a viscous or silicone material located in a cavity defined by the lens, the ...


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Robert J Knauff, Terry Dawson: Vehicle warning system controller. Weldon Technologies, James R Eley Esq, April 7, 1998: US05736925 (93 worldwide citation)

A vehicle warning system controller is disclosed which controls and synchronizes all annunciators installed on a vehicle. The vehicle light control system takes a modular approach to vehicle light control. The first module is an operator module that accepts control commands from an operator and prov ...


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Thomas J Barnett, Sean P Tillinghast: High power light emitting diode. Weldon Technologies, James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, Eley Law Firm Co, June 7, 2005: US06903380 (73 worldwide citation)

A method and system are taught for a system comprising an LED package. The LED package may comprise a leadframe having an annular contact and a base contact. An LED die may be coupled to the annular and base contacts such that the P-type material portion is electrically connected to an annular conta ...


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Aram Kovach: Method for tracking and processing passengers and their transported articles. Compex, Eley Law Firm Co, James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, November 29, 2005: US06970088 (72 worldwide citation)

A method for tracking and handling people and articles at an airport using Radio-Frequency Identification (“RFID”) tags. The RFID tag contains an electronic microchip with a memory portion, permanently attached to a substrate having a planar antenna. Each RFID tag is tuned to operate at a specific f ...


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Alexander Cook, Alexander Isurin, Philip Warwick Irwin: Power management system for vehicles. Vanner, James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, Eley Law Firm Co, June 6, 2006: US07057376 (47 worldwide citation)

A power management system for a vehicle. The system may be flexibly configured using various arrangements of DC to AC inverters, DC to DC converters AC to DC converters, DC to AC converters and AC to AC converters, one or more batteries, and a control portion to provide an AC bus, a primary DC bus a ...


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Thomas J Barnett, Sean P Tillinghast: High power light emitting diode. Weldon Technologies, James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, Eley Law Firm Co, November 21, 2006: US07138667 (43 worldwide citation)

An LED package is disclosed. The LED package comprises a base contact and a leadframe connected to the base contact. The leadframe includes an annular contact. An LED die is coupled to the base contact and the annular contact. A trim bezel is coupled to the leadframe. In various embodiments the LED ...


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Thomas Trail Hoel: Ambidextrous charging handle for a firearm. Eley Law Firm Co, James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, November 16, 2010: US07832322 (41 worldwide citation)

An ambidextrous charging handle for a firearm consists of two separate assemblies, these being an oblong handle that contains a latch mechanism and a central shaft member. The parts are joined together by a combination of the latch mechanism and alignment grooves in the central shaft member interact ...


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Behrouz Kawarizadeh, Aram Kovach, Rod K Ghani: Wet garment detector. Zaggie, James R Eley Esq, May 11, 1999: US05903222 (35 worldwide citation)

A garment diaper detector for detecting wetness conditions in diapers or undergarments comprising a capacitive sensor located within a housing and affixed to the exterior surface of the garment being monitored. The sensor is comprised of two substantially solid, coplanar conductor plates affixed to ...


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Thomas Trail Hoel: Ambidextrous charging handle for firearm. James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, Eley Law Firm Co, May 4, 2010: US07707921 (32 worldwide citation)

An ambidextrous charging handle for a Stoner-type firearm. The charging handle comprises two separate assemblies, these being an oblong handle that contains a latch assembly and a central shaft member. The parts are joined together by a compound pivoting arrangement in which a combination of the lat ...


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Thomas Trail Hoel: Ambidextrous charging handle for a firearm. James R Eley, Michael A Forhan, Eley Law Firm Co, January 4, 2011: US07861635 (26 worldwide citation)

An ambidextrous charging handle for a firearm consists of an oblong handle having a crossbar section. A cavity is formed in the oblong handle and includes a slotted portion. A longitudinal central shaft extends generally perpendicularly from the crossbar section of the oblong handle and terminates i ...