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Roger S Bankus, Thomas L DeWolf, Robert P Dolan, Brian D Inman: Air filter monitor for HVAC units. Carrier Corporation, William F White, September 10, 2002: US06448896 (101 worldwide citation)

An electronic system for monitoring the condition of the filter in an HVAC unit includes a controller which issues at least one command to a circuit for the motor of the fan producing airflow through the filter. The command to the driver circuit is associated with a desired run speed for the fan. Th ...


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Hossein Moghadam: Head positioning servo system for disk drives. Honeywell Information Systems, Ronald T Reiling, William F White, November 23, 1976: US03994016 (63 worldwide citation)

A closed loop head positioning servo system is disclosed for use in a disk drive employing a disk pack having a dedicated servo surface and a number of data surfaces carrying both data and servo information. A track counting coarse positioning system is used to move the heads in a ganged assembly to ...


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Robert P Dolan, Thomas R Phillips, Thomas L DeWolf, Graham Wright: HVAC network verification system. Carrier Corporation, William F White, March 18, 2003: US06535138 (55 worldwide citation)

A system for verifying the operability of one or more HVAC devices in a communication network includes a network control device that sends a particular type of message to the HVAC devices. Each HVAC device receiving the message will initiate a clearly visible display on the HVAC device if the messag ...


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Randall L Morey: Projection display thermostat. William F White, November 4, 2003: US06641054 (47 worldwide citation)

A thermostat is provided with an image projection capability that allows images concerning the operation of the thermostat to be projected onto a surface in the vicinity of the thermostat. The image projection is preferably accomplished by directing an internally generated image to an image enlargem ...


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Robert J Albertine, John W Blomstedt, John E Edfors, Victor L Quattrini, Paul S Yoshida: Modular assembly for an electronic computer. Honeywell Information Systems, R T Reiling, Nicholas Prasinos, William F White, April 11, 1978: US04084250 (34 worldwide citation)

An electronic computer includes a plurality of printed circuit boards that are slideably mounted in spaced parallel planes within a housing. The housing contains an input/output bus arrangement which is substantially open in the middle. A power supply is detachably mounted to the housing in such a m ...


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Peter Hold, Angelo J Notte, Marc A Rizzi: Injection molding machine controls. USM Corporation, William F White, January 19, 1982: US04311446 (30 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for controlling the parameters of injection molding processes in a machine having a barrel with a plasticating chamber and a screw, rotatably and slidably disposed in said chamber, hopper means adjacent one end of said chamber communicating therewith and nozzle means disposed in ...


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Victor T Hawkswell: Head for handling electrical components. USM Corporation, William F White, November 25, 1986: US04624050 (29 worldwide citation)

A pick-up head especially for use in a machine for placing electrical components on a substrate comprises a tool holder mounted for movement, conveniently by a lead screw driven by a motor, between a plurality of datum positions and further positions remote therefrom, having means for interchangeabl ...


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Adolph S Dorosz, Patrick N Kirwan, Nicholas P Szydlek: Method and machine for versatile stitching. USM Corporation, William F White, February 15, 1983: US04373458 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and machine are provided for controlling the orientation of one or more sewing instrumentalities with respect to a workpiece while also controlling the path of movement of the workpiece. The one or more sewing instrumentalities are preferably rotated about an axis perpendicular to the plane ...


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David E Starke: Setting tool for blind fasteners. USM Corporation, William F White, June 7, 1983: US04386515 (27 worldwide citation)

A tool for installing and setting blind fasteners is disclosed. The tool includes a collet and mandrel arrangement for engaging and setting blind fasteners. The collet is biased in a manner which produces an engagement with the end of the blind fastener insert when the mandrel moves rearward.


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Peter Hold: Injection molding machine controls. USM Corporation, Vincent A White, Richard B Megley, William F White, June 13, 1978: US04094940 (25 worldwide citation)

Method for controlling the parameters of injection molding processes in a machine having a barrel with a plasticating chamber and a screw, rotatably and slidably disposed in said chamber, hopper means adjacent one end of said chamber communicating therewith and nozzle means disposed in the other end ...