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Krzysztof Gurne, Raymond J Williams, John R Boldt, Robert L Barker, Gregory J Broniak, Daniel J Marus: Hand held automotive diagnostic service tool. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, July 30, 1996: US05541840 (215 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for diagnosing and isolating problems and for monitoring operting conditions on an automobile. The system includes a hand held unit and a master station which can operate alone or in unison to accomplish functions such as logging and displaying da ...


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William R Kissel, Min Sway Tin, Daniel P Merchant, Douglas C Frantz: Microcomputer controlled electronic alternator for vehicles. Chrysler Motors Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, April 21, 1987: US04659977 (180 worldwide citation)

A microprocessor-based electronic voltage regulation system for controlling the charging of the battery in a vehicle. The conventional voltage regulator is eliminated and the intelligence of the microprocessor already present on the vehicle for controlling engine operation is used to regulate the ou ...


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John J C Kopera: Battery monitor for electric vehicles. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, September 15, 1998: US05808469 (174 worldwide citation)

A battery monitor for monitoring the voltage and temperature of the batteries associated with a battery pack of an electric vehicle. The battery monitor includes an opto-isolator that electrically separates an isolated portion of the battery monitor connected to the batteries from a non-isolated por ...


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Charles J Berra, Alan J Amici: System and method for reprogramming vehicle computers. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, January 11, 1994: US05278759 (165 worldwide citation)

A system and method for reprogramming a non-volatile memory of one or more on-board vehicle computers through a serial communication link between an off-board controller and the on-board vehicle computer. An interface circuit is also provided on the vehicle in order to process the command signals fr ...


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Charles J Berra: Circuit and method for interfacing with vehicle computer. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, October 17, 1995: US05459660 (150 worldwide citation)

An interface circuit for providing signals necessary to monitor one or more on-board vehicle computers through a serial communication link between an off-board controller and the on-board vehicle computer. The interface circuit is provided on the vehicle in order to provide the command signals to th ...


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Krzysztof Gurne, Raymond J Williams, John R Boldt, Robert L Barker, Gregory J Broniak, Daniel J Marus: Automotive diagnostic service tool with hand held tool and master controller. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, January 30, 2001: US06181992 (140 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system and method for diagnosing and isolating problems and for monitoring operting conditions on an automobile. The system includes a hand held unit and a master station which can operate alone or in unison to accomplish functions such as logging and displaying da ...


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Min Sway Tin: Power module. Chrysler Motors Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, February 6, 1990: US04899256 (131 worldwide citation)

A power module positioned a desired distance away from a circuit board is described. The module includes a housing supported above the circuit board. The housing includes a cavity having a mechanism for electrically coupling the housing with a circuit board and a system. Circuitry is disposed within ...


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John Theofanopoulos, Erik J Hansen: Battery tub tester. Chrysler Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, December 28, 1999: US06008652 (120 worldwide citation)

A battery tub tester is disclosed that tests the individual batteries, battery accessories and connections as they are being assembled into a battery tub for an electric vehicle. The batteries and battery tub accessories, including temperature sensing devices and battery monitor modules, are mounted ...


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Maurice B Leising, Howard L Benford, Gerald L Holbrook: Electronically-controlled, adaptive automatic transmission system. Chrysler Motors Corporation, Mark P Calcaterra, October 24, 1989: US04875391 (116 worldwide citation)

An adaptive control system for an electronically controlled transmission with an electronic controller, the electronic controller for controlling the actuation of solenoid-actuated valves for controlling the flow of hydraulic fluid to regulate the application and release of pressure to and from the ...


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Raymond C Cannera, Douglas J Stafford: Automotive vehicle seat assembly fully retractable below the vehicles floor. Mark P Calcaterra, March 23, 1993: US05195795 (101 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a storable vehicle seat assembly which is fully retractable below the level of the vehicle's floor. Typically, the invention involves a bench-type seat which is located behind the driver and passenger seats of a van or station wagon. In an operative position, the seat has an ...