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Sylvan R Shemitz: Compact fluorescent luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz Designs, Jeffrey H Ingerman, Fish & Neave, September 10, 1996: US05555162 (59 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for two side-by-side elongated lamps in a lighting fixture in which lampholders are alternately mounted on opposite sideplates or brackets of the lighting fixture. The lighting fixture has an inside dimension that is longer than the length of each lamp/lampholder combination by a leng ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz: Lighting fixture with rotatable glareshield. Sylvan R Shemitz Associates, Mark D Rowland, January 3, 1989: US04796169 (55 worldwide citation)

A lighting fixture is provided which includes a rotatable lamp and reflector system which can be adjusted to direct its maximum candlepower at a desired vertical angle. The lighting fixture also includes a rotatable glareshield which can be adjusted to vary the height of the top of the shield to cha ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz, Benjamin L Stahlheber: Luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz and Associates, DeLio and Montgomery, August 19, 1980: US04218727 (43 worldwide citation)

A luminaire having parabolic reflector elements to obtain strong crossed beams of reflected light forming the main components in a batwing distribution, with elliptical reflector elements to reflect light toward the center and mid-zones of the distribution pattern but not toward the peripheries, to ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz, Paul R Ford: Asymmetric distribution luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz Designs, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, November 25, 2003: US06652118 (34 worldwide citation)

Linear luminaires that asymmetrically distribute emitted and reflected light are presented. These luminaires have single or twin unit fluorescent lighting and optional uplighting. Each includes an elliptical baffle assembly and at least one independently adjustable reflector enclosed within the hous ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz: Luminaire for a visual display terminal. Sylvan R Shemitz and Associates, Thomas L Giannetti, Eugene S Indyk, November 8, 1983: US04414609 (30 worldwide citation)

An illumination system for a workstation having a backwall, a substantially horizontally disposed work surface, and a visual display terminal adapted to be viewed by an operator in a direction substantially perpendicular to the backwall is disclosed. The system provides a backlighting component of i ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz: Lighting system. Sylvan R Shemitz Associates, DeLio and Montgomery, October 18, 1977: US04054793 (28 worldwide citation)

A desk level work area and its immediate environment are lighted with reduced or eliminated glare and veiling reflections from the task, by a lighting fixture mounted between seated eye height and standing eye height. The lighting fixture comprises an elongated housing, a light source within the hou ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz: Compact fluorescent luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz Associates, Jeffrey H Ingerman, Fish & Neave, July 18, 1995: US05434762 (28 worldwide citation)

An arrangement for two side-by-side elongated lamps in a lighting fixture in which lampholders are alternately mounted on opposite sideplates or brackets of the lighting fixture. The lighting fixture has an inside dimension that is longer than the length of each lamp/lampholder combination by a leng ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz, Paul R Ford, David B Miller: Display lighting system with uplight. Sylvan R Shemitz Designs, Garry J Tuma, Fish & Neave, December 7, 2004: US06827465 (26 worldwide citation)

A display lighting system is provided that assembles and installs easily. Luminaires of the system include a pair of arms and a wireway enclosure positioned between the arms at one end of the arms. The enclosure is dimensioned to enclose electrical wiring and at least one electrical component, such ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz, Benjamin L Stahlheber: Luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz and Associates, DeLio and Montgomery, February 1, 1977: US04006355 (22 worldwide citation)

A luminaire having a pair of parabolic reflectors or a reflector having a continuous parabolic surface of revolution, a light source within the parabolic surface or surfaces having a light emitting envelope, and a plurality of light absorbing surfaces positioned to cut off substantially all light em ...


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Sylvan R Shemitz, Theodore Lepak, Steve Smith: Adjustable mounting device for a luminaire. Sylvan R Shemitz Associates, Doreen F Shulman, November 14, 1989: US04881156 (16 worldwide citation)

A mounting device for adjustability and lockability of a reflector within a luminaire and for reduction of dark spots in the lighting pattern of adjacently mounted luminaires. The device includes an elongated reflector, mounting straps which may be inserted into and tightened against the reflector a ...