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Robert C Gardiner, Charles P Barber, Eric Coleman, Michael Ehrhart, Colleen P Gannon, Robert J Hennick, William H Havens, Vivian L Hunter, Melvin D McCall, Thomas Ruhlman: Optical reader comprising multiple color illumination. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, December 21, 2004: US06832725 (525 worldwide citation)

An imaging module in one embodiment includes at least one multiple color emitting light source comprising a plurality of different colored LED dies each independently driveable so that the overall color emitted by the light source can be controlled and varied. The multiple color emitting light sourc ...


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William H Havens, John M Pidhirny, Robert J Hennick: Optical reader having illumination assembly including improved aiming pattern generator. Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, May 9, 2000: US06060722 (312 worldwide citation)

An optical assembly for use with optoelectronic readers. An imaging optical assembly having an imaging optical axis forms an image of a two-dimensional region on an optoelectronic imaging device. An aiming pattern generator including at least a point-like aiming light source and an interferometric p ...


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William H Havens, Charles M Hammond Jr, Robert J Hennick, Robert C Hinkley, Robert J Wood Sr, Tanya A Onori, Thomas W Karpen: Imaging and illumination optics assembly. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Billinski, July 14, 1998: US05780834 (271 worldwide citation)

A low profile optical unit for use in a 2D bar code reader. A vertically disposed light redirecting panel having contoured reflective openings therein is mounted in the front of the unit and an LED behind the panel. Light emitting diodes for illuminating a target are mounted on the LED board behind ...


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William H Havens, Charles P Barber, Colleen Gannon, Robert C Gardiner, Robert J Hennick, John A Pettinelli: Apparatus operative for capture of image data. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, December 3, 2013: US08596542 (259 worldwide citation)

There is set forth an apparatus for capture of image data. In one embodiment an apparatus is operative for capture of a first frame of image data and a second frame of image data. In one embodiment, an apparatus is operative for processing the first frame of image data and the second frame of image ...


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William H Havens, Ynjiun P Wang, Robert J Hennick, Colleen Gannon, Donald Anderson, Vivian L Hunter, Edward C Bremer, Chen Feng: Indicia reading terminal including focus element with expanded range of focus distances. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, December 3, 2013: US08596543 (259 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention comprise an indicia reading terminal including a focus element that extends the range of focus distances at which the indicia reading terminal can decode decodable indicia. In one embodiment, the focus element comprises a variable form element and a variable posi ...


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Robert J Hennick, William H Havens, Timothy Meier, Scott McCloskey, Donald Anderson, Ynjiun P Wang, Robert M Hussey, Erik Van Horn, Sean P Kearney: Indicia reading terminals and methods for decoding decodable indicia employing light field imaging. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, March 17, 2015: US08978984 (206 worldwide citation)

A terminal for decoding decodable indicia includes a plenoptic imaging subsystem comprising an image sensor array and plenoptic imaging optics operable to project a plenoptic image of a space containing the decodable indicia onto the image sensor array, a hand held housing encapsulating a least a po ...


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William H Havens, Robert J Hennick, John Izzo, Michael Robinson: Long range optical reader. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, June 6, 2006: US07055747 (198 worldwide citation)

An indicia decoding device can have an image sensor and a laser diode assembly configured to project laser light onto a substrate. When a trigger signal is received by the indicia decoding device, the device can calculate a delay and enable the laser diode assembly if a delay threshold is satisfied. ...


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Melvin D McCall, Vivian L Hunter, Charles P Barber, William H Havens, Eric Coleman, Michael Ehrhart, Robert J Hennick: Imaging module for optical reader comprising refractive diffuser. Welch Allyn Data Collection, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, August 5, 2003: US06601768 (192 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an imaging module including various optical components and a circuit board, which, in one embodiment, carries essentially an entirety of illumination and aiming LEDs of the module. The module includes a combination of features which result in the size of the module being red ...


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Robert J Hennick, Michael P Lacey, Robert C Hinkley, Melvin D McCall: Image sensor mounting system. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 22, 2003: US06550679 (177 worldwide citation)

According to the invention, a multilayered image sensor is back mounted to a plate, and the plate in turn, is installed in a holding pocket of a device. In that the scheme takes advantage of a high controllability of a mounting plate's thickness, the mounting scheme provides a tight control of ...


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William H Havens, Charles P Barber, Colleen Gannon, Robert C Gardiner, Robert J Hennick, John A Pettinelli: Optical reader having a plurality of imaging modules. Hand Held Products, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, May 22, 2007: US07219843 (166 worldwide citation)

The invention is an optical reader having a plurality of image sensors. Each image sensor of a plural image sensor optical reader can be disposed on an imaging module that can include a light source. In one embodiment, a frame of image data captured via actuation of an image sensor of a first imagin ...