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Peter A Hochstein: Thermal management system for L.E.D. arrays. Relume Corporation, Howard & Howard, January 12, 1999: US05857767 (429 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing an electrically driven L.E.D. lamp assembly (10) comprising the steps of screen printing an electrically insulating coating (16) which can be of less than two hundred microns thickness over an electrically and thermally conductive heat sink, i.e., aluminum, and printing cir ...


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Peter A Hochstein: LED lamp assembly with means to conduct heat away from the LEDS. Relume Corporation, Howard & Howard, April 4, 2000: US06045240 (369 worldwide citation)

An electrically driven L.E.D. lamp assembly (14) comprising an electrically insulating circuit board (26) having opposed first and second surfaces with light emitting diodes (28) having positive and negative leads (30, 32) mounted on the first surface. A plurality of holes extend through the board ( ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Power supply for light emitting diode array. Howard & Howard, August 26, 1997: US05661645 (341 worldwide citation)

An apparatus (10) for supplying regulated voltage d.c. electrical power to an LED array (12) includes a rectifier (32) responsive to a.c. power for generating rectified d.c. power and a power factor correcting and voltage regulating buck/boost switchmode converter (38) responsive to the rectified d. ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Maintaining LED luminous intensity. Relume Corporation, Howard & Howard, July 21, 1998: US05783909 (309 worldwide citation)

A circuit for maintaining the luminous intensity of a light emitting diode (LED) (12) comprising at least one light emitting diode (LED) (12) for producing an luminous intensity; a sensor (22,24) for sensing a condition proportional to the luminous intensity of the LED (12) and for producing a lumin ...


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Peter A Hochstein: LED integrated heat sink. Relume Corporation, Howard & Howard, February 11, 2003: US06517218 (278 worldwide citation)

An electrically driven light emitting diode (LED) assembly comprising a light emitting diode (


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Peter A Hochstein: Thermally protected LED array. Howard & Howard, July 28, 1998: US05785418 (246 worldwide citation)

An electrically driven L.E.D. lamp assembly (14) comprising an electrically insulating circuit board (26) having opposed first and second surfaces with light emitting diodes (28) having positive and negative leads (30, 32) mounted on the first surface. A plurality of pads (50) of thermally conductiv ...


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Jeff Tenenbaum, Peter A Hochstein: Rain sensor using statistical analysis. Valeo Electrical Systems, Howard & Howard, November 7, 2000: US06144022 (203 worldwide citation)

A method and an assembly for sensing moisture (20) on the exterior surface (22) of a sheet of glass (14) by positioning an imaging lens (16) adjacent to the interior surface (18) of the sheet of glass (14), passing light rays from moisture (20) on the exterior surface (22) of the sheet of glass (14) ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Traffic information system using light emitting diodes. Howard & Howard, May 27, 1997: US05633629 (194 worldwide citation)

A traffic information system (10) including a road (12), a vehicle (14) traveling on the road (12) and a traffic light assembly (16) operatively associated with the road (12) is disclosed. The system (10) includes a traffic light assembly (16) comprising at least one traffic light or lamp means (18) ...


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Peter A Hochstein: Condition monitoring system (tire pressure). Harold W Milton Jr, May 22, 1984: US04450431 (154 worldwide citation)

A monitoring system for monitoring the condition in a vehicle wheel mounted tire. The system includes first and second LC circuits disposed within the tire and interconnected by a diode multiplier in series with a pressure switch. An exciter establishes an energetic electromagnetic field of a first ...