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Corinn C Fahrenkrug, Ervin Goldfain, Andrew J Kugler, David G Perkins, Howard A Haines III, William N Cuipylo: Compact ocular measuring system. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama Bilinski & Burr, December 28, 1999: US06007204 (61 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for determining refractive aberrations of the eye of a patient includes an instrument housing having a light source for projecting a substantially focused beam of light at the back of the eye of a patient, said substantially focused beam acting as a secondary source for a return light path ...


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David E Quinn, Kenneth J Burdick, Ray D Stone, John Lane, William N Cuipylo: Thermometry probe calibration method. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, August 14, 2007: US07255475 (32 worldwide citation)

A method in which thermal mass and manufacturing differences are compensated for in thermometry probes by storing characteristic data relating to individual probes into an EEPROM for each probe which is used by the temperature apparatus.


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David E Quinn, Kenneth J Burdick, Ray D Stone, John Lane, William N Cuipylo: Thermometry probe calibration method. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, December 6, 2005: US06971790 (26 worldwide citation)

A method in which thermal mass and manufacturing differences are compensated for in thermometry probes by storing characteristic data relating to individual probes into an EEPROM for each probe which is used by the temperature apparatus.


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David E Quinn, Kenneth J Burdick, Ray D Stone, John Lane, William N Cuipylo: Thermometry probe calibration method. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 15, 2004: US20040071182-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

A method in which thermal mass and manufacturing differences are compensated for in thermometry probes by storing characteristic data relating to individual probes into an EEPROM for each probe which is used by the temperature apparatus.


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John P Kroetz, John A Lane, David E Quinn, John T Delaney, Matthew D Mulin, Matthew J Kinsley, Steven R Slawson, Scott A Martin, David M Antos, Ray D Stone, William N Cuipylo, Adam P Vallee: Thermometry heating and sensing assembly. WELCH ALLYN, April 17, 2018: US09943232

A thermometry apparatus includes a distal probe tip having a hollow interior. An insulating support is at least partially disposed within the interior of the distal probe tip. The insulating support is configured to receive at least one of at least one heating element and at least one temperature se ...


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Rudolf P Ruizenaar, Alexius O Looije, William N Cuipylo: Galvanic isolation of a signal using capacitive coupling embedded within a circuit board. Welch Allyn, Hiscock & Barclay, R Stephen Rosenholm, January 27, 2009: US07483274

A method and apparatus for providing galvanic isolation for signal communication between two electrical circuits via a capacitive coupler that is constructed from conductive and non-conductive layers of a printed circuit board. The invention can provide at low cost and with substantial galvanic isol ...


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David E Quinn, Kenneth J Burdick, Ray D Stone, John Lane, William N Cuipylo: Thermometry probe calibration method. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, June 17, 2004: US20040114659-A1

A method in which thermal mass and manufacturing differences are compensated for in thermometry probes by storing characteristic data relating to individual probes into an EEPROM for each probe which is used by the temperature apparatus.


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Rudolf P Ruizenaar, Alexius O Looije, William N Cuipylo: Galvanic isolation of a signal using capacitive coupling embeded within a circuit board. Welch Allyn, Marjama & Bilinski, April 12, 2007: US20070080587-A1

A method and apparatus for providing galvanic isolation for signal communication between two electrical circuits via a capacitive coupler that is constructed from conductive and non-conductive layers of a printed circuit board. The invention can provide at low cost and with substantial galvanic isol ...


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David E Quinn, Kenneth J Burdick, Ray D Stone, John Lane, William N Cuipylo: Thermometry probe calibration method. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, April 6, 2006: US20060072645-A1

A method in which thermal mass and manufacturing differences are compensated for in thermometry probes by storing characteristic data relating to individual probes into an EEPROM for each probe which is used by the temperature apparatus.