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Lawrence F Kinney, Jim Walsh, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, John Hutson: Direct beam solar lighting system. University of Central Florida Research Foundation, Sunflower Corporation, Brian S Steinberger, Phyllis K Wood, Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger P A, December 29, 2009: US07639423 (24 worldwide citation)

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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Laurence F Kinney, Jim Walsh, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, John Hutson: Direct beam solar light system. University of Central Florida Research Foundation, Sunflower Corporation, Brian S Steinberger, Law Offices of Brian S Steinberger P A, July 19, 2011: US07982956 (16 worldwide citation)

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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John Hutson, William Ross McCluney: Afocal optical concentrator. SUNFLOWER CORPORATION, Dorsey & Whitney, September 8, 2015: US09127822 (1 worldwide citation)

A Mersenne reflector system using parabolic troughs as primary and secondary reflectors, in Cassegrainian and Gregorian configurations, and a Mersenne-like reflector system using truncated parabolic troughs as primary and secondary reflectors in the Cassegrainian configuration, using a variety of co ...


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William Ross McCluney, Peter John Novak: Optical distributor for room lighting. SUNFLOWER CORPORATION, Dorsey & Whitney, August 25, 2015: US09116326 (1 worldwide citation)

An optical distributor (10) is formed as a reflector with one or more sloping surfaces. The sloping surfaces have varying angles of inclination from a bottom edge (20) to a top edge of the reflector. The sloping surfaces may form a substantially pyramidal or conical frustum-shaped surface. The slopi ...


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William Ross McCluney, Peter John Novak: Optical distributor for room lighting. Sunflower Corporation, Dorsey & Whitney, May 17, 2016: US09341842

An optical distributor (10) is formed as a reflector with one or more sloping surfaces. The sloping surfaces have varying angles of inclination from a bottom edge (20) to a top edge of the reflector. The sloping surfaces may form a substantially pyramidal or conical frustum-shaped surface. The slopi ...


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Lawrence F Kinney, Jim Walsh, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, John Hutson: Direct beam solar lighting system. Law Offices Of Brian S Steinberger, February 15, 2007: US20070035841-A1

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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Laurence F Kinney, William Ross McCluney, Gerald L Cler, Jim Walsh, John Hutson: Direct Beam Solar Light System. Law Offices Of Brian S Steinberger, March 18, 2010: US20100067114-A1

A direct beam solar lighting system for collecting and distributing sunlight into a room. The system includes a rotatable solar collector head to receive sunlight and to reflect the sunlight downward into a transition tube having a reflective interior surface. The light-concentrating transition tube ...


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John Hutson, William Ross McCluney: Afocal Optical Concentrator. Sunflower Daylighting, Peter Novak, Sunflower Corporation, April 15, 2010: US20100091396-A1

A Mersenne reflector system using parabolic troughs as primary and secondary reflectors, in Cassegrainian and Gregorian configurations, and a Mersenne-like reflector system using truncated parabolic troughs as primary and secondary reflectors in the Cassegrainian configuration, using a variety of co ...



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