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John D German: Eye safe laser security device. Science and Engineering Associates, DeWitt M Morgan Esq, Kevin Lynn Wildenstein Esq, November 11, 1997: US05685636 (79 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a fixed or portable non-lethal laser security device and method for use of such device as a non-damaging weapon and security system to provides warning and visual impairment upon an intruder. At a predetermined laser wavelength and intensity, this invention utilizes laser lig ...


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Nora C Tocci, Eric J Cramer, Michael D Tocci, John D German: Enhanced non-lethal visual security device. Science & Engineering Associates, Jacob N Erlich, Jerry Cohen, Perkins Smith & Cohen, February 20, 2001: US06190022 (37 worldwide citation)

A self-contained non-lethal security device for providing an optimally effective and eye-safe beam for use as a high-brightness visual countermeasure. The security device has one or more wavelengths of laser or light-emitting diode (LED) light in a continuous or flicker mode in order to provide a gl ...


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Michael D Tocci, Nora C Tocci, John D German, Kirk W Doss, Eric J Cramer, C David Cremer: Method and apparatus for locating electromagnetic imaging and detection systems/devices. Science & Engineering Associates, Jacob N Erlich, Jerry Cohen, Perkins Smith & Cohen, December 16, 2003: US06665079 (26 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus utilizing a series of optical components and systems which effectively detect and locate electromagnetic imaging or detection systems or devices, such as cameras and passive infrared detectors. A light source is arranged in a specially-prescribed manner, and is used in conjunc ...


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John D German, Eric J Cramer, Michael D Tocci, Brian K Spielbusch, Steven J Saggese: Self-contained laser illuminator module. Science & Engineering Associates, Jacob N Erlich, Jerry Cohen, Perkins Smith & Cohen, December 28, 1999: US06007218 (25 worldwide citation)

A self-contained laser illuminator module for primary use in a laser security device which is adapted to produce an optimally effective and eye-safe laser beam for use as a laser visual countermeasure. The laser illuminator module includes control electronics having a high-power laser adapted to gen ...


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Michael S Allen, Andreas G Keipert, John D German Jr, Mark W Gaddis: Grenade shell laser system. United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Robert L Nathans, September 15, 1998: US05808226 (24 worldwide citation)

A conventional grenade shell launcher contains a laser generator shell thin which directs a blinding flash of light at an adversary to temporarily induce blindness of the adversary carrying out unlawful or dangerous actions such as pointing a weapon at police officers or others. The laser generator ...


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John D German: Translational mount for large optical elements. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Jacob N Erlich, Donald J Singer, February 2, 1988: US04723075 (15 worldwide citation)

A translational mount for supporting large optical elements, the mount having a stationary support, a mounting ring pivotally attached to the support, a first eccentric ring rotatably mounted within the mounting ring, a second eccentric ring rotatably mounted within the first ring, and an element ro ...


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Nora C Tocci, Eric J Cramer, John D German, Brian C Yates, Michael D Tocci: Riot or capture shield with integrated broad-area, high-intensity light array. Science & Engineering Associates, Jerry Cohen, Jacob N Erlich, Perkins Smith & Cohen, April 9, 2002: US06367943 (13 worldwide citation)

A shield in combination with a plurality of high-brightness light sources used for riot, capture or other control of individuals. The light array utilizes a plurality of high-brightness light sources to provide a broad-area, high-intensity light for visual countermeasures. By providing a sudden burs ...


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John D German, Steven J Saggese, Michael D Tocci: Handheld laser system emitting visible non-visible radiation. Science & Engineering Associates, Jacob N Erlich, Orlando Lopez, Perkins Smith & Cohen, April 20, 2004: US06724958 (9 worldwide citation)

A laser system for use in medical, industrial, commercial or research applications in which the location and energy and power density of a nonvisible (e.g., infrared or ultraviolet) laser beam is defined by a plurality of visible beams. Collimating optics are used to direct both the nonvisible and v ...


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