BASIC ELECTRONICS, INC.
|BASIC ELECTRONICS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150211886||Method and System for Reading Utility Meters - The present invention relates to a remote meter reading method and system of the type that may be poled by wireless communication. Other remote reading systems require a periodic change of batteries used to supply the power to the communication and other systems used in the remote meters. The present invention mitigates this need by using the water and gas flow into homes or other buildings to generate power used to recharge those batteries.||07-30-2015|
|20140158283||Method of Forming a Repair Patch for Repairing Inflatable Objects - A method of forming a repair patch for repairing a damaged inflatable object is provided. The method comprises forming a backing formed polyimide material and applying as adhesive material to the backing, for securing the polyimide backing material to the inflatable object. The backing may be formed as a thin film of polyimide material and the adhesive may be formed as thin film of adhesive having a high temperature resistance, e.g. 300° F. or higher. The adhesive may be formed of silicon or acrylic contact adhesive having high temperature resistance. The release layer may be applied to the adhesive material.||06-12-2014|
|20140130225||SAFETY VEST ASSEMBLY INCLUDING A HIGH RELIABILITY COMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND A THERMOELECTRIC TRANSDUCER ASSEMBLY - A safety vest is provided for use by a wearer. The vest comprises an outer layer, an inner layer, a bullet protection layer, a plurality of communication components disposed within the vest, a rechargeable power supply, and a thermoelectric transducer assembly for converting body thermal energy into electrical energy to power the communications components||05-15-2014|
|20140101831||VEST ASSEMBLY - A vest assembly is provided for use by a wearer. The vest assembly comprises a vest body, a plurality of communication components disposed within the vest body, an antenna disposed within, or otherwise connected to the vest body, a rechargeable power supply, and a thermoelectric transducer assembly for converting body thermal energy into electrical energy to recharge the power supply and/or power the communication components. The antenna is in electrical communication with at least one of the plurality of communication components.||04-17-2014|
Patent applications by BASIC ELECTRONICS, INC.