FLEXCON COMPANY, INC.
|FLEXCON COMPANY, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130092882||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING OVERCHARGE PROTECTION IN CAPACITIVE COUPLED BIOMEDICAL ELECTRODES - An alternating electric field responsive biomedical composite is disclosed that provides capacitive coupling through the composite. The biomedical composite includes a binder material, a polar material that is substantially dispersed within the binder material, and electrically conductive particles within the binder material. The polar material is responsive to the presence of an alternating electric field, and the electrically conductive particles are not of sufficient concentration to form a conductive network through the composite unless and until the composite becomes overcharged.||04-18-2013|
|20130092881||ELECTRICALLY CONDUCTIVE MATERIALS FORMED BY ELECTROPHORESIS - A method of forming an electrically conductive composite is disclosed that includes the steps of providing a first dielectric material and a second conductive material that is substantially dispersed within the first dielectric material; and applying an electric field through at least a portion of the combined first dielectric material and second conductive material such that the second conductive material undergoes electrophoresis and forms at least one electrically conductive path through the electrically conductive composite along the direction of the applied electric field.||04-18-2013|
|20110168429||HYDRO-INSENSITIVE ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICES AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURE THEREOF - A water vapor permeable composite is disclosed for use in electroluminescent devices. The composite includes polymeric material having a first surface energy, a phosphorescent material dispersed within said polymeric material; and an electrically conductive material on at least one side of said polymeric material. The conductive material has a second surface energy, said the first and second surface energies are each between about 32 dynes/cm and 46 about dynes/cm. The polymeric material has a moisture vapor transmission rate of at least one gram/100 sq. inches for a 24 hour period at 100° F. for a one mil thick barrier.||07-14-2011|
|20110105875||BIOMEDICAL SENSING METHODS EMPLOYING HYDRO-INSENSITIVE ALTERNATING CURRENT RESPONSIVE COMPOSITES - A method is disclosed of detecting a bioelectrical signal from a subject. The method includes the steps of applying a composite material to a subject wherein the composite material includes a polymeric material and a polar material that is substantially dispersed within the polymeric material; coupling monitoring equipment to the second side of the composite material; permitting the polar material within the polymeric material to respond to the bioelectrical signal within the subject; and detecting a responsive electrical signal from the composite material that is representative of the bioelectrical signal. The polar material exhibits molecular compatibility with the polymeric material such that the polar material neither blooms to a surface of the polymeric material nor crystallizes within the polymeric material, and the composite material has a first side for contacting the subject and a second side.||05-05-2011|
|20100189952||BIOMEDICAL SENSORS EMPLOYING HYDRO-INSENSITIVE ALTERNATING CURRENT RESPONSIVE COMPOSITES - A biomedical sensor is disclosed that includes a conductive material for coupling to monitoring equipment, and a composite. The composite includes a polymeric material and a polar material that is substantially dispersed within the polymeric material. The composite has a first side that is coupled to the conductive material and has a second side that is positionable with respect to a subject to be monitored. The polar material exhibits molecular compatibility with the polymeric material such that the polar material neither blooms to a surface of the polymeric material nor crystallizes within the polymeric material.||07-29-2010|
|20100036230||Multiple Electrode Composite Systems and Methods for Use in Electrocardiogram Detection Systems - A biomedical sensor system is disclosed that includes a plurality of electrodes and a contiguous adhesive material that is in contact with each of the plurality of electrodes. In certain embodiments a method is provided that includes the step of applying a first surface of adhesive material to a patient wherein the adhesive material includes at least two electrodes on second surface thereof that is opposite the first surface. The method also includes the step of receiving a time varying signal a first electrode of the at least two electrodes at a first location such that the time varying signal is not received at a second electrode of the at least two electrodes.||02-11-2010|
|20100016702||High Impedance Signal Detection Systems and Methods for Use in Electrocardiogram Detection Systems - A biomedical sensor system is disclosed that includes a high impedance conductive electrode having an electrode impedance of at least about 20 kΩ/sq-mil, and a dielectric material on a first side of the electrode for receiving a discharge of an electrical signal from the dielectric material responsive to the presence of a time varying signal adjacent a second side of the dielectric material that is opposite the first side.||01-21-2010|
|20080221424||METHODS OF DETECTING SIGNALS FROM SUBJECTS USING HYDRO-INSENSITIVE ALTERNATING CURRENT RESPONSIVE COMPOSITES - An alternating current responsive composite is disclosed. The composite includes a polymeric material and a polar material that is substantially dispersed within the polymeric material. The polar material is responsive to the presence of an alternating current.||09-11-2008|
Patent applications by FLEXCON COMPANY, INC.