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James C Johnson: Light emitting diode retrofit lamp. National Service, Kenneth E Darnell, October 31, 1995: US05463280 (442 worldwide citation)

A retrofittable lamp using light emitting diodes as the illumination source, the lamp is fitted with any one of the common lamp bases and is intended as a retrofit for incandescent lamps having such bases in illuminated signs such as exit signs and the like. The invention contemplates the packaging ...


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, James C Johnson: System and method for wagering based on multiple financial market indicators. CFPH, Glen R Farbanish, July 28, 2009: US07566270 (84 worldwide citation)

A method for wagering, comprises receiving a bet regarding a spin of the reels of a slot machine. The method continues by determining a first symbol for a first reel of the slot machine based at least in part upon a first value and a second value. The first value is associated with a value of a digi ...


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, James C Johnson: Method and apparatus for providing advice regarding gaming strategies. Cantor Index, Antonio Papageorgiou, November 18, 2008: US07452273 (69 worldwide citation)

Methods for providing gaming advice are provided. For example, regarding a blackjack game, one or more first player cards are identified for a first player and one or more second player cards are identified for a second player. The first and second player cards are displayed to the first player. A p ...


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James C Johnson: Method and apparatus for operating LED array and charging battery for emergency LED operation including DC boost circuit allowing series connection of LED array and battery. NSI Enterprises, Kenneth E Darnell, April 14, 1998: US05739639 (57 worldwide citation)

Circuitry for operating an array of light emitting diodes such as in an emergency exit sign in a non-emergency AC mode while concurrently charging and maintaining the charge of a low-voltage battery used to drive the array in an emergency mode, the circuitry also allows operation of the same LED arr ...


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James C Johnson: Emergency lighting circuit for shunt-regulated battery charging and lamp operation. NSI Enterprises, Kenneth E Darnell, July 8, 1997: US05646502 (28 worldwide citation)

Battery charging circuits configured as a combination of current limited charging sources and a shunt regulating path to bypass current from a battery charging path through a low impedance path so that charge current can be regulated and terminated or controlled, the invention further includes combi ...


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Lee M Amaitis, Joseph M Asher, James C Johnson: Method and apparatus for providing advice regarding gaming strategies. Cantor Index, May 29, 2012: US08186682 (19 worldwide citation)

Methods for providing gaming advice are provided. For example, regarding a blackjack game, one or more first player cards are identified for a first player and one or more second player cards are identified for a second player. The first and second player cards are displayed to the first player. A p ...


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James C Johnson: Emergency lighting system utilizing improved and rapidly installable fluorescent inverter. National Service, Kenneth E Darnell, April 13, 1993: US05202608 (17 worldwide citation)

An emergency lighting system operable on line voltage under normal conditions and on battery power upon failure of line voltage, the system comprises a battery, a battery charging circuit, a line monitor, a lamp/ballast interface and a switching transistor inverter circuit in addition to an electric ...


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James C Johnson: Starting and operating apparatus for high-pressure sodium lamps. Westinghouse Electric, R S Lombard, June 29, 1982: US04337417 (13 worldwide citation)

A lighting apparatus which provides for high-voltage pulses for starting a high-pressure sodium discharge lamp and thereafter provides operating ballasting. The apparatus uses two capacitors and associated blocking diodes and a charging resistor. One of the capacitors charges toward the peak of the ...


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James C Johnson: Shielding apparatus for linear actuator. Duff Norton Company, Richards Shefte & Pinckney, July 12, 1983: US04392390 (9 worldwide citation)

A shielding bladder for the venting arrangement of a linear actuator having a housing, a reciprocable member disposed therein for linear reciprocable movement therethrough, and a venting arrangement in the housing for communicative flow of ambient air into and out of the housing during operation. Th ...


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James C Johnson: Auxiliary controller. Cooper Technologies Company, Thomas Kayden Horstemeyer & Risley L, March 9, 2004: US06703795 (9 worldwide citation)

A lighting system includes a primary lamp circuit, an auxiliary lamp circuit, and an auxiliary controller. The auxiliary controller is connected between the primary lamp circuit and the auxiliary lamp circuit and is operable to sense a primary lamp circuit voltage. The auxiliary controller extinguis ...