MV CIRCUIT DESIGN INC.
|MV CIRCUIT DESIGN INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140222194||MEDICATION DISPENSING CABINET SYSTEMS AND METHODS - A medication dispensing cabinet provides controlled access to medications and supplies stored in it. The cabinet may include at least one lockable storage compartment, and a controller that controls access to the at least one lockable storage compartment. The cabinet may include multiple printers integrated into the cabinet. The cabinet may include a camera operably coupled to the controller. The cabinet may include a set of cabinet electronics, and a power distribution and communications circuit board. The cabinet may include a radio frequency identification (RFID) reader, wherein the controller conditions access to the at least one lockable storage compartment on receipt of information from the RFID reader. Data may be stored in the controller according to an implementation of RAID technology. The controller may include multiple electronic communications network interfaces, and may include an out of band network communication channel. A dispensing cabinet may facilitate printing of labels for medications.||08-07-2014|
|20140180475||CABINET WITH REMOTE INTEGRATION - Devices, systems, and methods are described for remotely managing items that are configured to be stored in at least one dispensing device. This include receiving user identification information at a host computer system from an electronic device that is remotely located from the dispensing device. This also includes transmitting from the host computer system to the electronic device a disposition of at least one item, wherein the at least one item is associated with a patient. Further, this includes receiving, at the host computer system from the remote electronic device, information about the item originating from the dispensing device, wherein the information includes a further disposition of the item.||06-26-2014|
|20140172158||MEDICATION DISPENSING CART - Embodiments of the invention provide medication dispensing carts and methods. The medication dispensing carts may include a base having wheels that allow the carts to be transported within a facility, a computing device configured to receive input from a user, a display device communicatively coupled with the computing device for displaying information to the user, a post that couples the display device with the base, and a plurality of cassettes that have one or more bins within which medical supplies are stored. The plurality of cassettes may be coupled with the post and the post may include a plurality of communication ports that communicatively couple one or more of the cassettes with the computing device to perform or provide various functions.||06-19-2014|
|20130345861||MEDICATION DISPENSING CART - A medication dispensing cart (||12-26-2013|
|20100134243||DRAWER CONTROL APPARATUS - A device for selectively controlling access to a plurality of secure areas includes a driver circuit including a plurality of drivers, and a plurality of access modules each assigned to a corresponding secure area of the plurality of secure areas. Each access module is operatively coupled to at least one actuator operative to grant or deny access to the corresponding secure area. Unused drivers provided to a first access module of the plurality of access modules are cascaded to a second access module of the plurality of access modules.||06-03-2010|
|20090212907||DRAWER CONTROL APPARATUS - A device for selectively controlling access to a plurality of secure areas includes a driver circuit including a plurality of drivers, and a plurality of access modules each assigned to a corresponding secure area of the plurality of secure areas. Each access module is operatively coupled to at least one actuator operative to grant or deny access to the corresponding secure area. Unused drivers provided to a first access module of the plurality of access modules are cascaded to a second access module of the plurality of access modules.||08-27-2009|
|20090212635||CHARGE COUPLING AND DECOUPLING CIRCUIT - A supplemental power supply includes output terminals configured to provide power to an external load, first input terminals configured to receive power from a first power supply, and second input terminals configured to receive power from a second power supply, the second power supply independent from the first power supply. Further, a charge coupling and decoupling circuit (CCDC) is electrically coupled to the output terminals and first and second input terminals, the CCDC configured to electrically couple one of the first input terminals or the second input terminals to the output terminals, and electrically couple or decouple the first input terminals from the second input terminals.||08-27-2009|
Patent applications by MV CIRCUIT DESIGN INC.