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Chen Feng, Gregory Rueblinger, Ynjiun Paul Wang: Laser scanning modules embodying silicone scan element with torsional hinges. Metrologic Instruments, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, December 23, 2014: US08915439 (202 worldwide citation)

Laser scanning module employing a scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly supported by a stationary stator structure. The scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly includes: a silicone frame having a pair of silicone torsional hinges (i.e. posts) aligned along a scan axis and a supported by a pair o ...


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Gregory Rueblinger, Kevin Saber, Erik Van Horn, Colleen P Gannon, Mark Meagher: Axially reinforced flexible scan element. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, April 12, 2016: US09310609 (127 worldwide citation)

A flexible scan element for a laser scanner is disclosed. The flexible can element may be made from a non-linear elastomeric material that twists sufficiently for scan operation but resists unwanted motion from shock/vibration through the use of a rigid motion-limiting member encapsulated, at least ...


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Erik Van Horn, Stephen Colavito, Gregory Rueblinger, Gennady Germaine: Hand-mounted indicia-reading device with finger motion triggering. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, December 29, 2015: US09224027 (127 worldwide citation)

A wearable indicia reader is worn on the back of a user's hand such that the act of pointing the user's index finger is sufficient to align the indicia reader and trigger the indicia-reading process. Triggering is achieved by sensing the user's finger in an image or by breaking a light path in a pho ...


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Chen Feng, Tao Xian, Gregory Rueblinger, Michael Vincent Miraglia, Edward C Bremer: Indicia-reading module with an integrated flexible circuit. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, March 1, 2016: US09277668 (17 worldwide citation)

An indicia-reading module suitable for integration within a host mobile computing device that has an integrated flexible circuit is disclosed. The indicia-reading module includes a plurality of subassemblies, each supported and electrically connected by a discrete, rigid, multilayer printed-circuit- ...


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Chen Feng, Erik Van Horn, Tao Xian, Edward C Bremer, Sean Philip Kearney, Mehul Patel, Gregory Rueblinger, Timothy Good: Indicia-reader housing with an integrated optical structure. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, March 8, 2016: US09280693 (17 worldwide citation)

An imaging engine for an indicia reader that includes a dual-purposed housing is disclosed. The housing is configured to provide support and alignment for the imaging engine's optical modules. In addition, the housing includes an integrated optical structure to focus or project light to or from the ...


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William H Havens, Gregory Rueblinger: Laser scanning module employing a laser scanning assembly having elastomeric wheel hinges. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, July 28, 2015: US09092681 (17 worldwide citation)

A laser scanning module employs a scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly supported by a stator structure using a pair of elastomeric wheel hinges. The scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly includes: a scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly having a rotor frame having a pair of rotor support p ...


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Chen Feng, Gregory Rueblinger, Ynjiun Paul Wang: Laser scanning modules embodying silicone scan element with torsional hinges. Metrologic Instruments, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, October 13, 2015: US09158951 (1 worldwide citation)

A laser scanning module employs a scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly supported by a stationary stator structure. The scan mirror and magnet rotor subassembly includes: a silicone frame having a pair of silicone torsional hinges (i.e. posts) aligned along a scan axis and a supported by a pair o ...


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Gregory Rueblinger, Kevin Saber, David Wilz, Erik Van Horn, Kamal Azoqa, Malcolm Gillespie: System and method for selectively reading code symbols. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, September 26, 2017: US09773142

A system for selectively reading code symbols includes a code-symbol-capturing subsystem for acquiring information about code symbols within the code-symbol-capturing subsystem's field of view. The system also includes a code-symbol-decoding processor that detects a marked region of interest within ...


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Erik Van Horn, Stephen Colavito, Gregory Rueblinger, Gennady Germaine: Hand-mounted device with finger motion triggering. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, November 29, 2016: US09507988

A wearable device is worn on the back of a user's hand such that the act of pointing the user's index finger is sufficient to align the device and trigger a process. Triggering is achieved by sensing the user's finger in an image or by breaking a light path in a photogate.