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Eric D Schwartz, Edward B Hubben, Brian L Jovanovski, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall, Gerard F Beckhusen: Adjustable illumination system for a barcode scanner. Welch Allyn Data Collection, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 16, 2002: US06371374 (204 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for adjusting the position of a line of light in barcode space that includes a support frame having a rear housing containing a solid state imager and a pair of support arms extending forwardly from the front of the housing. An imaging lens is mounted between the arms for focusing an im ...


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Eric D Schwartz, Edward B Hubben, Brian L Jovanovski, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall, Gerard F Beckhusen: Adjustable illumination system for a barcode scanner. Welch Allyn Data Collection, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, December 26, 2000: US06164544 (196 worldwide citation)

These and other objects of the present invention are attained by apparatus for adjusting the position of a line of light in barcode space that includes a support frame having a rear housing containing a solid state imager and a pair of support arms extending forwardly from the front of the housing. ...


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Eric D Schwartz, Edward B Hubben, Brian L Jovanvoski, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall: Optical assembly for barcode scanner. Welch Allyn Data Collection, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, August 19, 2003: US06607128 (185 worldwide citation)

The invention is optical assembly for use in a barcode reader that includes a frame having a rear housing and a pair of arms outwardly extended from the housing. An optical card containing an imaging lens is slidably received in a rear guideway situated between the arms. An aperture card is slidably ...


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Eric D Schwartz, Edward B Hubben, Brian L Jovanovski, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall, Gerard F Beckhusen: Adjustable illumination system for a barcode scanner. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, December 9, 2003: US06659350 (160 worldwide citation)

These and other objects of the present invention are attained by apparatus for adjusting the position of a line of light in barcode space that includes a support frame having a rear housing containing a solid state imager and a pair of support arms extending forwardly from the front of the housing. ...


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Edward B Hubben, Jean Claude Marcou: Two-piece wall plate for electrical device. Pass & Seymour, Charles S McGuire, December 17, 1991: US05073681 (92 worldwide citation)

A two-piece wall plate for use with a wall mounted receptacle, switch or other wiring device. A first, frame-like base plate is secured by screws to the mounting ears of the wiring device, and a second, frame-like cover plate is releasably connected to the base plate, in covering relation thereto. A ...


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Eric D Schwartz, Edward B Hubben, Brian L Jovanovski, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall: Optical assembly for barcode scanner. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, September 19, 2000: US06119939 (60 worldwide citation)

The invention is optical assembly for use in a barcode reader that includes a frame having a rear housing and a pair of arms outwardly extended from the housing. An optical card containing an imaging lens is slidably received in a rear guideway situated between the arms. An aperture card is slidably ...


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Thomas Eldred Lambdin, Bradford Morse, Clark A Bendall, Edward B Hubben, Thomas W Karpen, Bruce A Pellegrino: Article inspection apparatus. GE Inspection Technologies, Global Patent Operation, Catherine J Toppin, February 5, 2013: US08368749 (13 worldwide citation)

An inspection apparatus can be operated to collect files during performance of an inspection. An inspection apparatus can associate metadata to a collected file. In one embodiment metadata associated with a collected file can include an article identifier. In one embodiment metadata that is associat ...


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Victor L Brezee, Edward B Hubben: Wiring device with improved push-wire termination release. Pass & Seymour, Charles S McGuire, May 14, 1991: US05015201 (12 worldwide citation)

An electrical wiring device having a housing with a first set of openings through which the bare ends of conductors are pushed to effect so-called push-wire connection of the conductors to terminals within the housing in the usual manner. A second set of openings is provided adjacent the first set a ...


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Bradford Morse, Thomas Eldred Lambdin, Clark A Bendall, Edward B Hubben, Thomas W Karpen, Bruce A Pellegrino: Inspection apparatus for inspecting articles. GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies, Global Patent Operation, Mark A Conklin, November 13, 2012: US08310533 (5 worldwide citation)

An inspection apparatus can include an application guiding an inspector in the performance of an inspection. The application can be provided in such form as to be modified. In one embodiment, an application for guiding an inspector can be modified responsively to data collected by an inspection appa ...


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John T Mahaney, Edward B Hubben: Deformable mounting strap for wiring device. Pass & Seymour, Charles S McGuire, September 3, 1991: US05044983 (3 worldwide citation)

A mounting strap for attaching a wiring device to a utility box behind a wall opening. The mounting strap is fixedly connected to the wiring device body and includes ears extending outwardly from opposite ends of the device and having the usual openings for loose passage of mounting screws. The open ...