Cover John H: Weapon for immobilization and capture. Kleinberg Marvin H, April 9, 1974: US3803463 (167 worldwide citation)

A weapon for subduing and restraining includes a harmless projectile that is connected by means of a relatively fine, conductive wire to a launcher which contains an electrical power supply. The projectile is intended to contact a living target without serious trauma and to deliver an electric charg ...

Dennis R Kaufman, William A Keeley: Stun gun with low battery indicator and shutoff timer. Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, March 9, 1993: US05193048 (138 worldwide citation)

A hand-held contact shock producing and nonlethal stun device wherein the electrical circuitry therein includes an oscillator coupled to an inverter transformer which, in turn, cooperates with an output transformer and spark gap device to produce a high voltage, short duration, low current arc acros ...

John H Cover: Power supply for weapon for immobilization and capture. February 24, 1981: US04253132 (110 worldwide citation)

A weapon for subduing and restraining includes an electrical power supply. The magnitude and frequency of the electrical impulses delivered to the target provide energy in excess of 0.001 joules and ranges in effect from immobilizing to potentially "lethal" levels.

John H Murray: Immobilization weapon. Barnet Resnick, Leonard Tachner, August 5, 1997: US05654867 (66 worldwide citation)

An electrical impulse-type immobilization weapon having both the capability for launching two tethered electrodes at a remote target, as well as for contacting, by means of two spaced apart contacts, a target located immediately adjacent the weapon. Furthermore, the present invention provides a nove ...

Peck Richard M: Method and apparatus for controlling an animal. August 21, 1973: US3753421 (62 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for controlling a domestic animal to prevent it from moving into or out of a predetermined area wherein a signal emitting wire is placed to surround the area, and a low-powered, high voltage receiver circuit is mounted to the animal such as through a collar for receiving the sig ...

Wolfgang Theilacker, Hans Peter Stihler, Axel Stihler, Josef Burkert: Heating system for an operating table. Stihler Electronic Medizintechnische Gerate Prod und Vertriebs, Walter A Hackler, August 11, 1992: US05138138 (61 worldwide citation)

The heating system for an operating table comprises a multi-layer heating pad (2) having at least one heating segment (12a, 12b, 12c, 12d) which is adapted for being electrically heated and which is pervious to X-rays. A control and regulating unit (3) serving to control or regulate the heating curr ...

Hitoshi Kanazawa: Hydrophilic polymer treatment of an activated polymeric material and use thereof. Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, December 14, 2004: US06830782 (59 worldwide citation)

A method of modifying a polymeric material which comprises the steps of activation-treatment and a hydrophilic polymer-treatment, or comprises the steps of activation-treatment, a hydrophilic polymer-treatment, and monomer grafting in this order, or comprises the step of a solvent-treatment followed ...

James P Claypool: Long range electrical stun gun. Haugen and Nikolai, December 5, 1995: US05473501 (56 worldwide citation)

A wire-less dart adapted to be projected by a gun and capable of applying an electrical pulse of sufficient energy to stun a target. The dart includes a photovoltaic cell responsive to a coherent electromagnetic energy source, such as a laser, for converting the beam energy to an electrical pulse. T ...

Jan Weber: Method of coating a medical device using an electrowetting process. Boston Scientific Scimed, Kenyon & Kenyon, March 24, 2009: US07507433 (51 worldwide citation)

A method for coating at least a portion of a medical device is provided. The medical device has an insulator layer overlying an electrode on the insulator layer. The method includes arranging a liquid agent on at least the portion of the medical device. The method further includes applying an electr ...

Edd Workman: Controlled shock animal training device. Charles D Gunter Jr, September 10, 1985: US04539937 (48 worldwide citation)

A controlled shock animal training device is shown which includes a mounting collar for mounting the device about a portion of the animal's body. The strap has a pair of electrical contacts which are spaced apart on the mounting strap. An electrical circuit, carried on the mounting strap, connects t ...