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John J Risko: Electronic device enclosure. II Morrow, William A Birdwell & Associates, January 31, 1995: US05386084 (168 worldwide citation)

An electronic device enclosure is provided having a top and a bottom, preferably each made of a polycarbonate plastic material and having respective lower and upper edges which are the same shape, and an elastomeric cover which fits over the top and wraps around the lower edge thereof so as to seal ...


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Matthew Carlyle Sauers, Manfred Augstein: Enclosure to prevent fluid ingress of a device having a touch screen interface. Roche Diagnostics Operations, Roche Operations, Dinsmore & Shohl, November 29, 2011: US08068331 (66 worldwide citation)

An electronic device enclosure having an integrated in-mold foil, which prevents fluid ingress around an included display of the electronic device, is disclosed. A portion of the in-mold foil is adapted to the specific contour and profile of the display, thereby allowing a user to use a touch screen ...


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Ljubisa Ristic, Daniel N Koury, John E Schmiesing, Ronald J Gutteridge, Henry G Hughes: Electronic device enclosure including a conductive cap and substrate. Motorola, Bruce T Neel, August 13, 1996: US05545912 (63 worldwide citation)

An enclosure (8) for an electronic device (26) such as, for example, an accelerometer. The enclosure (8) includes a conductive semiconductor substrate (12) underlying the electronic device (26), a conductive cap (16) overlying the electronic device (26), and a power supply (25) having one or more ou ...


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Arlen L Roesner, Guy R Wagner, Samuel M Babb: Electronic device enclosure having electromagnetic energy containment and heat removal characteristics. Hewlett Packard Company, April 14, 1998: US05740013 (56 worldwide citation)

An enclosure for integrated circuit devices is disclosed. The enclosure includes a first portion which substantially encloses a plurality of secondary, relatively low-power integrated circuit devices and which includes a mechanism for contacting the secondary integrated circuit devices in order to c ...


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Sauers Matthew Carlyle, Augstein Manfred: Enclosure to prevent fluid ingress of a device having a touch screen interface. Roche Diagnostics, F Hoffmann La Roche, Sauers Matthew Carlyle, Augstein Manfred, ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS, March 13, 2008: WO/2008/028644 (35 worldwide citation)

An electronic device enclosure having an integrated in-mold foil, which prevents fluid ingress around an included display of the electronic device, is disclosed. A portion of the in-mold foil is adapted to the specific contour and profile of the display, thereby allowing a user to use a touch screen ...


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Pat Eliot Collins, Theodore Ernst Bruning III, Grant Edward Carlson: High frequency EMI shield with air flow for electronic device enclosure. Holland & Hart, January 25, 2000: US06018125 (29 worldwide citation)

An EMI shielded enclosure has a plurality of electrically conductive walls. The conductive walls are electrically connected so electromagnetic radiation from within the enclosure cannot radiate through the walls. An EMI shield plate, that makes up at least one wall of the enclosure, is an electrical ...


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David E Chaney: Electronic device enclosure. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, August 18, 2015: US09107484 (27 worldwide citation)

An enclosure for an electronic device includes a device opening and a device window. The enclosure typically includes a door that may be rotated about an axis to provide access to the device opening while remaining connected to the enclosure. Exemplary enclosures include a slot for a magnetic card r ...


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Yun Hsu Lin, Shang Tsang Yeh, Wei Li, XiaoWei Li: EMI-attenuating air ventilation panel. Hon Hai Precision, Wei Te Chung, September 20, 2005: US06947294 (20 worldwide citation)

An EMI-attenuating air ventilation panel (10, 30) for an electronic device enclosure (100) in accordance with present invention includes an electronically conductive base plate (16) and a plurality of vents (12, 14, 32) defined in the base plate for forming a vents array. Each vent has extruded side ...


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Chen Feng, Tao Xian, Mehul Patel, Sean Philip Kearney, Paul Poloniewicz: Add-on device with configurable optics for an image scanner for scanning barcodes. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, July 4, 2017: US09697401 (19 worldwide citation)

An add-on device for an image scanner for scanning barcodes is provided. The add-on device includes a housing mounted to the standard range lens front on an image scanner, and a lens holder. The lens holder has a first position for holding a first lens, a second position being an aperture, and a thi ...


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H Sprague Ackley, Jean Pierre Stang, Khalid El Akel: Positioning an object with respect to a target location. Hand Held Products, Additon Higgins & Pendleton P A, May 16, 2017: US09652648 (18 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods are provided for positioning an object with respect to a target location, such as for auto-focusing. One implementation includes a positioning device, which includes a reference object having a plurality of dark-shaded bars arranged in parallel with and separated from each other ...