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Joel Kahn, Richard Isaac, Joseph DeVita, Daniel R McGlynn, Reuven Shapira, Simon Bard, Joseph Katz, Robert Durst: Optical reader with independent triggering and graphical user interface. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, September 1, 1998: US05801371 (127 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read; a first actuator manually displaceable from a first position to a second position for producing a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader, an ...


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Joel Kahn, Richard Isaac, Joseph Devita, Daniel R McGlynn, Reuven Shapira, Simon Bard, Joseph Katz, Robert Durst: Optical reader with independent triggering and graphical user interface. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, February 4, 1997: US05600121 (124 worldwide citation)

A system for reading indicia such as bar code symbols having a scanner for generating a scanning light beam directed toward a symbol to be read; a first actuator manually displaceable from a first position to a second position for producing a first light beam for aiming or positioning the reader, an ...


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Thomas Swyst, David Honan, Alan D Ball, Andrew Philip Tosh, Philip Swift, Jonathan Marks, Margaret Hetfield, Lee Raymond, Richard Isaac: Hand-held electronic apparatus with pivoting display. Symbol Technologies, Kirchstein et al, November 9, 1999: US05979764 (35 worldwide citation)

An electronic apparatus such as a computer terminal, video camcorder, portable picture phone or a bar code reader includes a display which is arranged to pivot so as to provide optimum ease of viewing for the user. A reader such as an optical scanner for scanning indicia, for example bar code symbol ...


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Paul Dvorkis, Edward Barkan, Howard Shepard, Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky, David Tsi, Raj Bridgelall, Duanfeng He, Joseph Katz, Richard Isaac, Joel Kahn: Optical scanners having dual surface optical elements for dual working ranges. Symbol Technologies, Fish & Richardson P C, January 12, 1999: US05859417 (31 worldwide citation)

An optical scanner such as a bar code scanner includes a segmented fold mirror, the individual sections of which have different profiles. By directing the scanning laser beam across the fold mirror, a plurality of scan lines are created, at different distances from the scanner. This provides increas ...


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Duanfeng He, Richard Isaac, Mehul Patel, Daniel Brown: Semi-retroreflective scanners. Symbol Technologies, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner L, September 21, 1999: US05955720 (25 worldwide citation)

A semi-retroreflective optical scanning system has an optical scanning element which directs a scanning light beam via a stationary holographic optical element in a scan path across indicia to be read. Light from the indicia is collected by an optical collector, such as a lens or a mirror, which foc ...


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Richard Isaac, Reuven Shapira, Simon Bard: Solar energy-powered optical reader. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein et al, April 28, 1998: US05744791 (24 worldwide citation)

A radiant energy source, e.g., solar energy, is employed to power an electro-optical reader, preferably by charging an on-board battery. A solar light collector is mounted on the reader in a location exposed to ambient light.


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Richard Isaac Sequerra, Michael Albert DeLuca: Combustion initiators employing reduced work function stainless steel electrodes. F Eugene Davis IV, April 27, 1999: US05898257 (17 worldwide citation)

The electron emitting cathode of an initiator (spark plug or ignitor) comprises a small button of high temperature, preferably austenitic, stainless steel powder welded to a support conductor. The stainless steel powder has distributed through it a dopant powder consisting of a minor portion of a hi ...


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Weingart Richard Isaac Newton: Portable locks. Weingart Richard Isaac Newton, March 18, 1970: GB1185078-A (5 worldwide citation)

1,185,078. Portable locks. R. I. N. WEINGART. 20 June, 1967, No. 28290/67. Heading E2A. A portable lock is secured to a recess 18 (Fig. 1), e.g. in the door frame of a door 22, by a hook bar 10, 16 over which is passed aligned slots in a slideway 11 and in a sliding locking plate 14. The plate 14 is ...


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Paul Dvorkis, Edward Barkan, Howard Shepard, Vladimir Gurevich, Mark Krichever, Boris Metlitsky, David Tsi, Raj Bridgelall, Duanfeng He, Joseph Katz, Richard Isaac, Joel Kahn: Electro-optical scanner having stationary, multi-surface mirror having surfaces with aplanar profiles. Symbol Technologies, Kirschstein etal, April 24, 2001: US06220514 (3 worldwide citation)

An optical scanner for reading indicia having areas of different light reflectivity, such as bar code symbols includes a stationary, multi-surface, fold mirror having a first surface of a first aplanar profile and a second surface of a second, different aplanar profile.


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Ellarby Richard Isaac: Record playback apparatus. Training Aids Bristol, December 29, 1967: GB1096752-A (3 worldwide citation)

1,096,752. Recording and playback. TRAINING AIDS (BRISTOL) Ltd. May 13, 1966 [Feb. 15, 1965], No. 6379/65. Heading G5R. In an arrangement for playing back sets of information signals arranged in a predetermined sequence on a medium such as magnetic tape, and which may correspond to sound and/or visi ...