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Wilson W Overall, Jerry R Waldman: Water depth measuring device. Surface Systems, Koenig Senniger Powers and Leavitt, October 12, 1976: US03986110 (60 worldwide citation)

A device for use in determining the depth of water accumulating on the surface of a pathway, such as an airport runway or the like. A block of electrically insulative material is embedded in a pathway with the top surface of the block being substantially flush with the pathway surface and exposed to ...


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Tsuneaki Furukawa, Naoshi Furuta, Yumi Sakamoto, Kazuko Yoshida: Water depth measuring device. Seiko Epson Corporation, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, April 7, 1998: US05737246 (12 worldwide citation)

A depth measuring device suitable for use in a dive watch is provided. A water depth measuring device comprising a pressure sensor, an A/D converter that converts the sensed signal of the pressure sensor into a digital value, the digital value corresponding to the start of water depth measuring bein ...


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Masaharu Emura, Takehiro Kobayashi: Water depth measuring device for a fishing reel. Ryobi, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner, April 16, 1991: US05007601 (9 worldwide citation)

A water depth measuring device for a fishing reel has a mounting seat integrally provided on an upper portion of a reel body. A main section of the measuring device is integrally formed and includes a watertight compartment housing electrical components such as a sensor, a controller, an indicator, ...


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Furukawa Tsuneaki C O Seiko Ep, Furuta Naoshi C O Seiko Epson, Sakamoto Yumi C O Seiko Epson, Yoshida Kazuko C O Seiko Epson: Water depth measuring device.. Seiko Epson, November 15, 1995: EP0682301-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

A safe and error-free depth measuring device suitable for use in a diver's watch. The pressing of a switch (5A) switches the diver's watch for water depth measuring mode. The output of a pressure sensor (6) is converted by an A/D converter circuit (17) into a digital signal as an initial measured va ...


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Water depth measuring device. Surface Systems, April 19, 1979: GB1544254-A (1 worldwide citation)

A device for use in determining the depth of water accumulating on the surface of a pathway, such as an airport runway or the like. A block of electrically insulative material is embedded in a pathway with the top surface of the block being substantially flush with the pathway surface and exposed to ...


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Michael Joseph Connor: Systems and methods for autonomous towing of an underwater sensor array. THAYERMAHAN, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, October 3, 2017: US09778388

The methods and devices described herein provide a sensor array positioning system that may allow a user to program a series of sensor array locations, depths and orientations into a control center, which therein commands an unmanned surface or submarine vehicle which positions a sensor array. The d ...


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Michael Joseph Connor: Systems and method for unmanned undersea sensor position, orientation, and depth keeping. THAYERMAHAN, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, October 17, 2017: US09791862

The methods and devices described herein provide a sensor array positioning system that may allow a user to program a series of sensor array locations, depths and orientations into a control center, which therein commands two or more unmanned surface or submarine vehicles which positions one or more ...


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Overall Wilson W, Waldman Jerry R: Dispositif pour le sondage de la profondeur dune eau, Water depth measuring device. Surface Systems, November 14, 1978: CA1042228

WATER DEPTH MEASURING DEVICE Abstract of the Disclosure A device for use in determining the depth of wateraccumulating on the surface of a pathway, such as an airportrunway or the like. A block of electrically insulative mate-rial is embedded in a pathway with the top surface of the blockbeing subst ...


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Overall Wilson W, Waldman Jerry R: Water depth measuring device. Surface Systems, March 25, 1977: FR2322355-A1

A device for use in determining the depth of water accumulating on the surface of a pathway, such as an airport runway or the like. A block of electrically insulative material is embedded in a pathway with the top surface of the block being substantially flush with the pathway surface and exposed to ...


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