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John L Beiswenger, Darrell N Chelcun: Liquid crystal display module having housing of C-shaped cross section. Jonand, Garrettson Ellis, September 25, 1990: US04958911 (82 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display module defines a housing of essentially C-shaped cross-section for improved economy and for connection, protection, and support of the liquid crystal display and backlighting elements. Additionally, the drivers for the LCD may be so located by this invention, as to make room ...


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John L Beiswenger: Liquid crystal display module. Technomarket, Gerstman Ellis & McMillin, November 26, 1996: US05579035 (71 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal display module comprises a liquid crystal display and a housing which carries the display, typically of C-shaped cross section with the liquid crystal display being attached to opposed ends of the C-shaped cross section of the housing. A conductor carried by the housing provides ele ...


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John L Beiswenger: Control and display system. Oak, Kinzer Plyer Dorn McEachran & Jambor, July 11, 1989: US04847606 (51 worldwide citation)

A control system comprises a liquid crystal display panel; a light source; and a light detector. Light from the source is directed through at least a portion of the liquid crystal display panel to the light detector. A control circuit is provided for holding the liquid crystal display in generally o ...


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Harvey J Draheim, Glenn T Charlson, John L Beiswenger, Merlin A Brunner: Crib dropside including latch mechanism. Simmons Juvenile Products Company, Hoffman & Baron, December 17, 1991: US05072464 (45 worldwide citation)

A crib dropside is provided which includes a double-acting latch mechanism for releasing the dropside from a locked position. The dropside includes an upper rail having a groove extending within the front surface thereof. The grove extends for the entire length of the rail. A pair of spring-loaded l ...


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Norman L Siegel, David E Minerovic, Raymond C Kralovic, Bill R Sanford, Pamela C Tanner, Donald J Rebele, Douglas F Marshall, Samuel M Fung, John L Beiswenger: Office size instrument sterilization system. Steris Corporation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, June 8, 1993: US05217698 (45 worldwide citation)

The body portion (A) of a small portable sterilizer has a face panel (46) against which a door (B) is selectively closed. The face panel defines an access opening for a sterilization chamber (10) which receives a cassette (C), an access opening for an anti-microbial concentrate chamber (20) which re ...


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John L Beiswenger, Howard R Moon, Frank A Smiesko, Dhananjay Chaphalkar: Hose-end sprayer. Acme Burgess, Howard H Darbo, January 25, 1983: US04369921 (44 worldwide citation)

The sprayer comprises two main functioning units; namely, a flow control system incorporated in the chemical concentrate jar top closure and a spray nozzle integral with the closure for dispensing dilute solutions of fertilizer, pesticides and the like as supplied by the flow control system. The con ...


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John L Beiswenger, Frank A Smiesko: Hose-end sprayer. Acme Burgess, Howard H Darbo, September 14, 1982: US04349157 (44 worldwide citation)

The sprayer comprises two main functioning units; namely, a flow control system incorporated in the chemical concentrate jar top closure and a spray nozzle integral with the closure for dispensing dilute solutions of fertilizer, pesticides and the like as supplied by the flow control system. The con ...


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John L Beiswenger: Apparatus for matching a fingerprint using a tacky finger platen. ThumbScan, Roper & Quigg, June 22, 1993: US05222153 (41 worldwide citation)

In a fingerprint matching system, a finger platen formed of an optical element having a tacky reading surface for providing an accurate and consistent image of a fingerprint pattern.


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John L Beiswenger: Liquid crystal display touch screen having electronics on one side. Technomarket, Kinzer Plyer Dorn McEachran & Jambor, February 5, 1991: US04990901 (41 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for providing a control signal utilizes a liquid crystal panel and means for transiently forming transparent windows therein. There is a source of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) adjacent the panel and positioned to pass EMR through transiently open windows. There is an EMR detector pos ...


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John L Beiswenger, Frank A Smiesko, Dhananjay V Chaphalkar: Airless electric sprayer. Acme Burgess, Howard H Darbo, April 17, 1984: US04442977 (30 worldwide citation)

An improved airless electric sprayer is disclosed having superior balance, portability, receptacle interchangeability, cleanability and a non-tipping stand feature. The user's hand conveniently grasps a piston grip in close proximity to the nozzle for accurate spray control at a position generally a ...