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Lawrence B Lockwood, Michael Wells, Henri J A Charmasson: Self-service terminal. Lawrence B Lockwood, Henri J A Charmasson, Ralph S Branscomb, November 16, 1982: US04359631 (252 worldwide citation)

A self service terminal for dispensing voice and video information, printed documents, and goods; and for accepting service orders and payments therefor by currency or credit card. The terminal comprises a cathode ray tube display with mass storage for presenting information about the product or ser ...


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Frank Ruskin, Anton K Simson, Peter C Brusso, Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca: Compact table-top vending machine. Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, December 18, 2001: US06330958 (63 worldwide citation)

A light and compact vending machine suitable for use on a table or counter top, uses interchangeable magazines that can be preloaded with goods at a service center and quickly and conveniently installed on or removed from the machine. Each magazine has good-holding stations that differ in numbers an ...


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Frank Ruskin, Anton K Simson, Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca: Centralized machine vending method. Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, April 9, 2002: US06367653 (51 worldwide citation)

A centralized method for selling items through a plurality of vending machines installed at various companies' sites comprises using vending machines having a substitutable goods-holding magazines from which goods can be extracted only when fully installed inside a vending machine and only by u ...


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Peter C Brusso, Henri J A Charmasson: Vending machine with electronic payment media. Charmasson Buchaca & Leach, September 19, 2006: US07108180 (39 worldwide citation)

One of a number of automatic vending machines run by one or more operators accepts payment for the goods it dispenses by creditable and debitable cash card, also called smart card. The machine includes a currency acceptor that writes on the card the sum in bank notes received by the currency accepto ...


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Vernon G Heger, Henri J A Charmasson: Area surveillance system. Henri J A Charmasson, August 31, 1982: US04347590 (37 worldwide citation)

An area surveillance system which combines an ultrasonic intrusion detector, an electronic range finder, an instant camera and an alarm. The system is packaged in a temper-proof housing and is particularly suitable for the protection of residential and commercial buildings and for providing a quick ...


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Diane E Morfeld, Henri J A Charmasson: Blood-loss measurement apparatus. Diane E Morfeld, Charmasson & Holz, January 7, 1986: US04562842 (37 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for continuously monitoring the loss of blood suffered by a patient in the course of a surgical operation. The apparatus provides a means for sucking the combination of blood and irrigating solution gathered about the incision, and for sequentially measuring the volumes and densities of sm ...


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Frank Ruskin, Anton K Simson, Henri J A Charmasson, Peter C Brusso: Processing method for vending machine with substitutable magazines. Distributed Vending Company, Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, November 11, 2003: US06644495 (36 worldwide citation)

A method for centralized mass processing of substitutable, good-holding magazines used in conjunction with computer-controlled vending machines. A memory-chip-mounting smart-card is used, not only to enter into the machines the magazine location and price of the various goods, but also to carry a sa ...


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Anton K Simson, Frank Ruskin, Henri J A Charmasson, Todd A Simson: Compact vending machine. Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, November 12, 2002: US06478187 (32 worldwide citation)

A vending machine is housed in a light, yet sturdy enclosure made of an external sheet metal shell and an internal seamless plastic liner between which a volume of expanded synthetic foam material is injected. One or more good-holding magazines are removably held within the enclosure. A keypad, alph ...


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Thomas J Valente, Henri J A Charmasson: Dielectric materials high metallic content. Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, May 25, 1999: US05906882 (26 worldwide citation)

Atomized metal particles distributed within a resin matrix form a composite that can be selectively heated by exposure to microwave radiations. The composites can also be formed into non-electrically conductive but thermally conductive dielectric and magnetic structures by appropriate selection of m ...


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Thomas J Valente, Henri J A Charmasson: Electromagnetic radiation absorbing and shielding compositions. Henri J A Charmasson, John D Buchaca, August 4, 1998: US05789064 (13 worldwide citation)

Atomized metal particles distributed within a resin matrix form a composite that can be selectively heated by exposure to microwave radiations. The composites can also be formed into non-electrically conductive but thermally conductive dielectric and magnetic structures by appropriate selection of m ...