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Mogens Nicolaisen: Touch responsive control panel. Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, March 11, 1997: US05610380 (132 worldwide citation)

A touch sensitive control panel in accordance with the invention includes a plate having a front side and a back side. The front side has at least one marking identifying at least one corresponding touch sensitive area of the plate. Each touch sensitive area when touched by a user completes an opera ...


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Touch responsive control panel. Ch, September 16, 1981: GB2071338-A (34 worldwide citation)

A control panel for consumer durable equipment comprises front and back sheets (6, 7) carrying and separating electrodes (9a, 9b, 10) of capacitance touch switches. The control circuit of the equipment is operated by actuation of the capacitance switches by an operator bringing his finger into conta ...


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George Erik McMillan: Light fixture. Murphy Bilak & Homiller PLLC, October 24, 2017: US09801245

An apparatus that is configured to be installed with a predetermined maximum wattage output wherein the maximum wattage output can be selected by the installer. The light fixture includes a housing and an adjustable resistor. A light source is electrically to the adjustable resistor. And the adjusta ...


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Touch-sensitive control units. Int Standard Electric, July 27, 1977: GB1481111-A

1481111 Touch responsive switches INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ELECTRIC CORP 6 March 1975 [14 March 1974] 9351/75 Heading G1N [Also in Division H3] A touch responsive control panel e.g. for use with television and radio receivers comprises three stacked mutually insulated panels the bottom one of which ca ...


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Nicolaisen Mogens: A touch responsive control panel. Nicolaisen Mogens, K SKØTT JENSEN PATENTINGENIØRER, August 5, 1993: WO/1993/015518

Electrical control panels responsive to finger touch of marked areas on a front plate are used increasingly, such a touch establishing a coupling to electrode areas or other sensor means at the rear side of the plate. According to the invention the rear side of the front plate is used directly as a ...


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Nicolaisen Mogens: A touch responsive control panel.. Nicolaisen Mogens, November 17, 1994: EP0624279-A1

Electrical control panels responsive to finger touch of marked areas on a front plate are used increasingly, such a touch establishing a coupling to electrode areas or other sensor means at the rear side of the plate. According to the invention the rear side of the front plate is used directly as a ...


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LIGHT FIXTURE. January 12, 2017: US20170013691-A1

An apparatus that is configured to be installed with a predetermined maximum wattage output wherein the maximum wattage output can be selected by the installer. The light fixture includes a housing and an adjustable resistor. A light source is electrically to the adjustable resistor. And the adjusta ...