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Robert J Krafcik, Douglas T Wheeler, Walter J Paciorek, Ralph McGuigan, Rodney T Eckersley, Dee L Johnson, Harold T Munson: Electroluminescent modular lamp unit. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, October 15, 1996: US05565733 (31 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent lamp unit includes a flat deformable substrate of preselected size having smaller sheet-form flexible electroluminescent lamps secured face-to-face at preselected positions on a surface of the substrate, the lamps connected with conductive traces on the substrate. The flat subs ...


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Sharlyn R Stocker, Ralph McGuigan, Rodney T Eckersley, Will M Hooke: Lead attachment for electroluminescent lamp. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson, January 4, 1994: US05276382 (25 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent sheet-form lamp comprising a transparent insulation layer, a transparent first conductive layer below the insulation layer forming a first electrode, a layer of phosphor material below the first conductive layer, a layer of dielectric material below the phosphor layer, a second ...


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Robert J Krafcik, Douglas T Wheeler, Walter J Paciorek, Ralph McGuigan, Rodney T Eckersley, Dee Lynn Johnson, Harold T Munson: Electroluminescent lamp devices and their manufacture. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, September 22, 1998: US05811930 (25 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent lamp unit includes a flat deformable substrate of preselected size having smaller sheet-form flexible electroluminescent lamps secured face-to-face at preselected positions on a surface of the substrate, the lamps connected with conductive traces on the substrate. The flat subs ...


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Rodney T Eckersley, Will M Hooke, Sharlyn R Stocker, Ralph McGuigan: Electroluminescent lamp with novel edge isolation. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson, July 26, 1994: US05332946 (22 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent sheet-form lamp with a main portion of a conductive layer isolated from an edge region susceptible to detrimental conductive pathways by isolation provided along at least a portion of the perimeter of the lamp as a result of removal of a preapplied conductive coating such that, ...


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Robert J Krafcik, Douglas T Wheeler, Walter J Paciorek, Ralph McGuigan, Rodney T Eckersley, Dee Lynn Johnson, Harold T Munson: Electroluminescent lamp devices and their manufacture. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, May 30, 2000: US06069444 (12 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent lamp assembly includes electroluminescent lamps of selected limited size placed and secured upon a larger printed circuit substrate employing surface mount techniques. The electroluminescent lamp assembly includes a substrate having a relatively large lamp receiving surface and ...


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Robert J Krafcik, Douglas T Wheeler, Walter J Paciorek, Ralph McGuigan, Rodney T Eckersley, Dee Lynn Johnson, Harold T Munson: Electroluminescent lamp devices and their manufacture. Durel Corporation, Fish & Richardson P C, October 15, 2002: US06465951 (12 worldwide citation)

A method for forming an electroluminescent lamp unit. A multi-layer sheet form electroluminescent lamp, the multi-layer sheet form lamp includes a pair of sheet-form conductive layers, one of which is transparent for transmitting light emitted from the particles, an electroluminescent sheet-form lay ...


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Ralph McGuigan, Edward L Kinnally: Electrical, solderless snap connector for EL lamp. Durel Corporation, Paul F Wille, March 30, 1999: US05889364 (7 worldwide citation)

An EL lamp includes hole for receiving fitting attached to a printed circuit board. The fitting has a base, a head, and a neck connecting the head to the base. The diameter of the head is slightly larger than the diameter of the hole and the head fits though the hole by temporarily stretching the la ...


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Ralph Mcguigan, Edward L Kinnally: Snap connector for el lamp. Durel Corporation, zheng xiuzhe, September 27, 2000: CN98808390

An EL lamp includes a hole (13) for receiving a fitting (12) attached to a printed circuit board (11). The fitting has a base (16), a head (14), and a neck (15) connecting the head to the base. The diameter of the head is slightly larger than the diameter of the hole and the head fits through the ho ...


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Ralph McGuigan: Kiss cut die and method. World Properties, Paul F Wille, Cantor Colburn, September 7, 2006: US20060196331-A1

In a punch and die set, the punch includes an inner section and an outer section, wherein the inner section is higher than the outer section, a cutting die for receiving the punch, and a stripper die movable within the cutting die. Because the inner section is higher than the outer section, the stri ...