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Trevorrow Blanche P: Portable flashlight. May 1, 1973: US3731084 (99 worldwide citation)

A flashlight integral with a harness so it can be supported from the shoulders of a person and child so that their hands are free for other tasks. The device consists of a flashlight unit equipped with an electric lamp and dry cell battery which is attached to a pair of flexible hollow stems each of ...


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Gastone Facco: Arrangement for adjusting the inclination of a keyboard. Ing C Olivetti & C S p A, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, April 5, 1988: US04735394 (98 worldwide citation)

The inclination adjusting arrangement is applied to a keyboard having a base structure in which a plurality of keys is mounted. The keyboard is provided in its lower portion with fixed front support feet and rear support feet. The rear feet can project by varying amounts from the bottom of the base ...


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Paul H Henry: Vibration isolating disk drive receiving stations and chassis used in the manufacture and/or testing of hard disk drives. Western Digital Technologies, Alan W Young Esq, August 15, 2006: US07092251 (94 worldwide citation)

A chassis for receiving a plurality of disk drives includes a plurality of disk drive receiving stations. Each station is configured to carry out testing and/or servo writing operations on a received disk drive. Each station includes a base, a nest assembly and a plurality of elastomeric mounts that ...


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Stephen R McClure, Joshua D Banko: Multiple position stand. Apple, Sterne Kessler Goldstein & Fox PLLC, February 21, 2012: US08118274 (92 worldwide citation)

A support mechanism for supporting an object on a surface is disclosed. The support mechanism includes a joint connected to the object; and a stand connected to the joint. The joint may selectively rotate to allow the stand to support the object on the surface in: a first position comprising a lands ...


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Clement J Koerber Sr, L Dale Foster, William H Peck: Hospital room computer mounting arm. Hill Rom Company, Wood Herron & Evans, April 28, 1992: US05108063 (89 worldwide citation)

An extendable and retractable computer mounting arm for mounting a computer to the wall of a patient treatment room allowing in the retracted position the computer to be stored close to the wall and in the extended position electronic information relating to the patient to be accessed through the co ...


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Russell B Foy: Rotating bracket. Cassidy Vance & Tarleton, June 12, 1990: US04932620 (89 worldwide citation)

A rotating bracket (10) having a sleeve (20) slidably engaged with a vertical post, am arm (22) attached to the sleeve, and an extension (24) rotatably mounted to the arm (22) to position a curing lamp (14) at a desired rotational orientation. A bearing plate (36) on the arm (22) cooperates with the ...


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Joseph Bekanich: Intravenous equipment support. Shoemaker and Mattare, February 16, 1988: US04725027 (87 worldwide citation)

A telescopically adjustable intravenous equipment support pole can be selectively carried on a wheeled base, a wheelchair, or other wheeled patient transport device. An intermediate pole section carries a lower end fitting which cammingly engages a spring-urged non-rotatable radial latch pin on the ...


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Jineui Kim, Youngbae Choi, Sangbong Park: Supporting base for controlling height, swivel and inclination of display means. Samsung Electron Devices, February 5, 1991: US04989813 (85 worldwide citation)

A supporting base for controlling height, swivel and inclination of display means such as monitor, television and computer terminal device. The invention is characterized by comprising: first knuckle means N1 in which bosses 4a, 4a of arm 3 are rotatably fixed to bosses 2a, 2a formed at rear end por ...


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Eckert Lee H, Watt Julian, Kubicko Robert, Carbone Richard: Flashlight. Black & Decker, February 7, 1996: EP0695907-A1 (84 worldwide citation)

A flexible hand-held flashlight (10) having a flexible support assembly (16) includes a pair of conductive wires (54,56) which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement (92). The flexible support assembly (16) surrounds the pair of conductive wires (54,56) and includes a plur ...


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Russo John G, Holbrook Paul R: Flashlight.. Black & Decker, November 22, 1995: EP0683354-A1 (83 worldwide citation)

A flexible core (16) for a hand-held device such as a flashlight (10) includes a pair of conductive wires (54,56) which electrically connect a source of power to a power using implement (92). A flexible spine (28) surrounds the pair of conductive wires (54,56) and includes a plurality of interconnec ...