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Richard L Kelley: Portable lighting fixture. Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, November 13, 1979: US04174532 (55 worldwide citation)

A portable lighting fixture for use with a patio umbrella and the like in which the umbrella is supported by a center pole having struts extending outwardly therefrom to the underside of the umbrella when the umbrella is in a raised position. A base has a slot therein extending inwardly from an edge ...


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Tai Her Yang: Solar cell lighting fixture integrated with heat sink. Bacon & Thomas, June 18, 2002: US06406163 (24 worldwide citation)

A solar cell lighting fixture is integrated with a heat sink adapted to a lantern, a garden light, a wall fitting, a portable lighting fixture or other lighting fixtures, or on a mobile vehicle including an automobile, a sea vessel, an aircraft, a bicycle, or a motorcycle. A support structure with a ...


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Suleyman O Sumer, Brian L Spitler: Portable lighting fixture. Regent Lighting Corporation, October 3, 1995: US05455756 (8 worldwide citation)

This portable lighting fixture comprises a lamp housing containing a lamp and a reflector that projects light from the lamp through an opening in the front face of the housing. A protective grill on the housing registers with the front-face opening in a location spaced from the opening. Normally loc ...


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James R Babineaux: Studio lighting fixture. Elliott N Kramsky, April 13, 1999: US05893636 (7 worldwide citation)

A portable lighting fixture includes a removable light-diffusing covering of predetermined light transmission character that is maintained in a substantially-spherical shape by an underlying frame. The frame consists of cage formed of a pair of spaced-apart rings that are joined to one another by a ...


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Kamiide Naoteru: Portable lighting fixture. Matsushita Electric, September 28, 2001: JP2001-266636 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problem of a lighting fixture using conventional HID bulb in lighting the bulb such as flickering of light, and a problem that the irradiation of projected light a bias to red, in addition to the flickering, when the bulb of the one-side holding type is lighted by ...


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Nirasawa Noboru: Snow remover. Nirasawa Seihan, July 17, 2008: JP2008-163688 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a manual snow remover which facilitates snow removing work even in the nighttime.SOLUTION: The snow remover which has a handle rod 2 protruded from a rear edge of a snow mounting portion 1, has illumination mounting portions 4 arranged on the handle rod 2, for detach ...


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Dale J Dell Ario: Lamp with directional, independently variable light sources. Ario, Brad Bertoglio, October 16, 2018: US10100987

A lighting device includes two or more independently controlled sources of light, operational within a structure having a ground surface and a ceiling surface. A first source of light emits light with predetermined correlated color temperature upward towards a portion of the ceiling directly above t ...


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Sanae Chraibi, Philip Steven Newton, Jonathan David Mason, Bertrand Rigot, Dzmitry Viktorovich Aliakseyeu, Ramon Antoine Wiro Clout, Bram Knaapen, Tim Dekker, Bartel Marinus Van de Sluis, Maria Hendrica Verbucken: Apparatus for controlling lighting parameters based on time of day and/or ambient light conditions and related methods. PHILIPS LIGHTING HOLDING, Meenakshy Chakravorty, April 3, 2018: US09936556

Disclosed is a lighting unit (10) that utilizes sensor data to select a fade-in or fade-out profile for one or more light sources (12). The lighting unit includes a clock module (20), an ambient light level sensor (18), and a controller (16). The controller receives ambient light level data from the ...


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