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Robin Moseley, Joel S Spira, Arjuna Karunaratne, John Wylie, Jonathan A Barney: Remotely controllable power control system. Lutron Electronics Co, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco, August 17, 1993: US05237264 (99 worldwide citation)

A remotely controllable power control system wherein the power supplied to a load may be varied locally via an actuator, positionable through a continuous range, on a wall control or from a remote location using a remote control device not electrically wired to the wall control. The load control sys ...


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Robin Moseley, Joel S Spira, Arjuna Karunaratne, John Wylie, Jonathan A Barney: Remotely controllable power control system. Lutron Electronics Co, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco, March 24, 1992: US05099193 (75 worldwide citation)

A remotely controllable power control system wherein the power supplied to a load may be varied locally via an actuator, positionable through a continuous range, on a wall control or from a remote location using a remote control device not electrically wired to the wall control. The load control sys ...


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Jerry T Pugh, Koon wah Leong, Arjuna Karunaratne: Auto-calibrating metering system and method of use. LifeScan, Nutter McClennen & Fish, August 23, 2011: US08001825 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods of auto-calibrating a meter are disclosed. In one aspect, the method can include determining a set of calibration information applicable to a sensor and storing the calibration information onto a tag element associated with a sensor dispenser. The tag element can be placed into communication ...


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Robin C Moseley, Jonathan A Barney, Arjuna Karunaratne: Variable impedance device and circuit for sensing adjustment thereof. Lutron Electronics Co, Seidel Gonda Lavorgna & Monaco, September 1, 1992: US05144278 (3 worldwide citation)

A circuit and apparatus for sensing the adjustment of a variable impedance device includes an elongated switching element having an alternating series of conductive and non-conductive areas. The conductive areas are electrically connected. As the device is adjusted, a wiper alternately operates the ...


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Shervin Javadi, Arjuna Karunaratne: Detector arrangement for a flow cytometry system. Stratedigm, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, October 29, 2013: US08570500 (2 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for regarding a cytometry system are disclosed. The system can include a plurality lasers which are spatially separated from each other. Each laser can be assigned to a single detector. The single detector can process multiple events from each laser by digital switching of signal ...


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Shervin Javadi, Arjuna Karunaratne: Systems and methods for detecting a particle. STRATEDIGM, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, April 24, 2018: US09952136

A cytometry system having a computing system. The system includes a plurality of lasers controlled by the computing system to emit laser light. Each laser is spatially separated along a flow stream path. A detector system configured to receive light pulses from the plurality of lasers. The detector ...


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Arjuna Karunaratne, Anthony Lam, Mingqi Zhao, Braddon M Van Slyke: Systems and Methods for Detecting a Partition Position in an Infusion Pump. LifeScan, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, March 22, 2007: US20070066940-A1

An infusion pump (e.g., an electrokinetic infusion pump) includes an infusion pump module and an engine that can drive a moveable piston non-mechanically. In addition, the infusion pump module includes a position detector configured for sensing a dispensing state of the infusion pump module. Such in ...


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Jerry T Pugh, Koon wah Leong, Arjuna Karunaratne: Auto-calibrating metering system and method of use. Lifescan, Nutter Mcclennen & Fish, June 4, 2009: US20090139300-A1

A method of auto-calibrating a meter is provided herein. The method can include disposing a sensor within a sensor dispenser associated with a tag element wherein the tag element is configured to store a plurality of sensor-specific information as well as communicate the information to a meter. Next ...


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Shervin Javadi, Arjuna Karunaratne: Detector Arrangement for a Flow Cytometry System. February 23, 2012: US20120044480-A1

Systems and methods for regarding a cytometry system are disclosed. The system can include a plurality lasers which are spatially separated from each other. Each laser can be assigned to a single detector. The single detector can process multiple events from each laser by digital switching of signal ...