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Thomas W Tothill, Harry G Cockburn: Automatic parking coupon. John Compton Tothill, Jones & Askew, June 18, 1996: US05528563 (5 worldwide citation)

A timer comprising a lamination containing a piece of porous wick material 1, and a reservoir of liquid 6, said liquid 6 and/or said porous wick 1 being such that when the reservoir is opened and the liquid 6 released it soaks into the porous wick 1 to thereby create a visible trace of the liquid on ...


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Motoyoshi Hasegawa: Mobile terminal device, time control method, and timer control program. Lenovo Innovations, June 9, 2015: US09055164 (4 worldwide citation)

Provided is a mobile terminal device capable of performing, when a user moves the mobile terminal device as if the user operated an hourglass, a screen display and a time measurement accordingly. The mobile phone device 10 comprises a display unit 13, an inclination sensor 20, an hourglass function ...


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Louis Cincotta, Clifford Parker, Satish Agrawal: Time validation indicator. PERFORMACE INDICATOR, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, May 9, 2017: US09645552 (2 worldwide citation)

A time validation indicator is disclosed comprising at least a receiving layer and an activating layer. The receiving layer comprises at least one or more masking colorants and one or more deactivators that cause and maintain the one or more masking colorants in an initial colored state. The activat ...


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Thomas Suwald: Powerless time reference. NXP, January 30, 2018: US09880523 (1 worldwide citation)

According to an embodiment, a time reference device is provided. In the embodiment, the time reference device, includes a corrodible element, wherein a corrosion of the corrodible element advances with advancing time, and a sensor configured for providing a sensor signal, the sensor signal depending ...


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Yoshihide Mochizuki, Yoshiaki Ishino, Yoshiteru Kanomata, Makoto Sato: Period indicator. Sumitomo Chemical, Nippon Paper Papylia Company, McDermott Will & Emery, January 6, 2009: US07472667 (1 worldwide citation)

A period indicator including a liquid-permeable substrate and an indicative section which is overlaid on a portion of the substrate and which is formed from a liquid-permeable material having a low light refractive index, the indicator containing a volatile liquid, wherein the indicative section is ...


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TIMING DEVICE USING ELECTRODEPOSIT GROWTH. September 13, 2018: US20180259911-A1

Systems and methods are presented for a timing device. The timing device includes a first electrode, a second electrode, and an electrolyte. The electrolyte includes a material selected such that an electrodeposit forms on the first electrode when a current is applied between the first electrode and ...


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Time Validation Indicator. Performance Indicator, August 17, 2017: US20170235280-A1

A time validation indicator is disclosed comprising at least a receiving layer and an activating layer. The receiving layer comprises at least one or more masking colorants and one or more deactivators that cause and maintain the one or more masking colorants in an initial colored state. The activat ...


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Marion Freijsen, Martin Finlan: Timing device. ELEGIO, Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey, July 11, 2017: US09703264

The timing device is a lifetime monitor for indicating when the usable lifetime of a product has ended or for indicating the timing for regular usage of a product. The timing device has a timing initiator, a power supply in the form of a membrane zinc air battery and a visual or audible indicator. T ...


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Time Validation Indicator. Performance Indicator, June 30, 2016: US20160187855-A1

A time validation indicator is disclosed comprising at least a receiving layer and an activating layer. The receiving layer comprises at least one or more masking colorants and one or more deactivators that cause and maintain the one or more masking colorants in an initial colored state. The activat ...


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TIMING SYSTEM AND DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MAKING THE SAME. June 16, 2016: US20160170378-A1

A timing device comprises an electrochemical timing structure and a mechanism that enables the timing device to be manually programmed to expire at a plurality of different time periods. In some embodiments, the mechanism is used to adjust the timing device to add a duration of time to an expiration ...