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Wee Piak Chan
Wee Piak Chan, Tai Wee Khoo, Huan Fong Tan, Kee Fatt Chen: Locking seal with tamper indication and notification device. Amplus Communication, Pyprus, November 2, 2010: US07825811 (3 worldwide citation)

A locking device comprising a lock body having a through hole, a bolt member having a longitudinal bore therethrough and an insertion end which is inserted into the through hole of the lock body. The bolt member is further having a retaining pin disposed within the longitudinal bore and a resilient ...


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Fred Thomas
Fred C Thomas, Philip M Walker, Mark T Maguire, Kerwyn L Ballinger, Makarand P Gore: Point-of-sale enablement of optical storage media. Hewlett Packard Development Company, March 6, 2012: US08132198

An apparatus includes an optical data storage medium comprising a longitudinal portion at a resting location and a counterweight attached to the optical data storage medium. Unless the longitudinal portion is locked in place, the counterweight causes the longitudinal portion to move from the resting ...


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Shun Kayama, Yasuhiro Kataoka: Drive unit using shape memory alloy. Sony Corporation, Ronald P Kananen, Rader Fishman & Grauer PLLC, June 11, 2002: US06404098 (182 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a drive unit using a shape memory alloy including: a shape memory alloy member made from a shape memory alloy, the shape memory alloy member exhibiting superelasticity when being energized; a drive body connected to the shape memory alloy member, the drive body being moved from a ...


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David A Johnson: Detection of an RFID device by an RF reader unit operating in a reduced power state. HID Corporation, Rodney F Brown, November 5, 2002: US06476708 (180 worldwide citation)

A method is provided for operating an RF transponder system to detect the presence of an RFID device in the proximal space of an RF reader unit having an excitation signal generator circuit and an RFID device detection circuit. The excitation signal generator circuit unit initially operates in a red ...


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Ricky Martin: Electronic combination door lock with dead bolt sensing means. Ralph B Pastoriza, April 3, 1979: US04148092 (180 worldwide citation)

The electronic combination door lock uses a push button keyboard in combination with a door provided with a dead bolt manually operable by an outer turning knob. The electronic circuitry for the keyboard compares an input code with a stored code and generates an enabling signal only if the input cod ...


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Dean C Duhame, Daniel V Meyvis: Security system for controlling building access. Stanley Home Automation, Young & Basile, July 30, 1996: US05541585 (174 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a security system for controlling access of persons through a controlled portal. The portal, such as a door, has a lock mechanism for securing the door. A presence detector senses the presence of an object within an approach zone located substantially adjacent the port ...


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Walter G Henderson, John Q Archer II, Gerald R Daum, George A Ellson, John E Gray, Wayne F Larson, Rockne M Olds, Jerry P Scansen, John W Sherman, Edgar J Unrein: Electronic key with interactive graphic user interface. Supra Products, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, April 3, 1990: US04914732 (173 worldwide citation)

An electronic key for an electronic lock system is provided with graphical user interface which can display a plurality of symbols corresponding to a plurality of functions that the key can cause the lock to execute. An operator of the key moves a visual indicia among these symbols to select a desir ...


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Angus R Colson Jr, Linda Pinney, Gregory J Gruzdowich, Patrick M Steusloff: Supply station with internal computer. Pyxis Corporation, John J Murphy Law Offices Murphy, May 28, 1996: US05520450 (156 worldwide citation)

A supply station with internal computer, comprising an upright cabinet having integrally connected top, bottom, side and rear cabinet panels defining a tall storage and interior dispensing cavity accessible through a front opening, a plurality of horizontally openable and lockable doors, including d ...


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Sean C McDonald, Robert H McDonald, Richard R Lunak, Aldo Zini: Portable nursing center. Automated Healthcare, Buchanan Ingersoll, May 24, 1994: US05314243 (143 worldwide citation)

A portable nursing center has a plurality of selectively locked patient drawers carried in a housing. Each of said drawers are movable between a given open position and a closed position each drawer sized and configured for holding pharmaceutical items which have been prescribed for a specific patie ...


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Juan C Haygood, Ted L Harman: Keyless entry system. Ford Motor Company, Paul K Godwin Jr, Clifford L Sadler, May 27, 1980: US04205325 (140 worldwide citation)

A keyless entry system for an automotive vehicle permits a plurality of operations to be achieved from outside the vehicle by one who is knowledgeable of predetermined digital codes. Functions such as unlocking the doors of the vehicle, opening the rear deck lid, opening a roof window, lowering the ...



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