TAYLOR PRECISION PRODUCTS, INC.
|TAYLOR PRECISION PRODUCTS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130133404||APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR DETECTING MOLD GROWTH CONDITIONS - A system for detecting a mold condition has a base unit configured to receive and display the temperature and the humidity from a remote sensing unit. The base unit is configured to determine if a mold condition is present at a location of the remote sensing unit based on a time interval the remote sensing unit detects the humidity and the temperature above predetermined thresholds, and display an indicator if the mold condition is present. A method of detecting a mold condition includes wirelessly transmitting a detected humidity and temperature from a sensing unit to a base unit, monitoring the temperature and the humidity across a time interval, and providing an indicator if the mold condition is present when the temperature and the humidity are above predetermined thresholds for the time interval.||05-30-2013|
|20120222903||PERSONAL TRAINER SCALE - A scale includes a weighing panel supported by a platform, a measurement module in communication with the weighing panel, a user interface supported by the platform and having at least one display and a user input, and a controller. The controller is in communication with the user interface and the measurement module. The controller is configured to: (i) receive a signal from the measurement module to determine a weight of a user, (ii) command the display to show the weight, (iii) receive an activity selection from the user input, and (iv) command the display to show the activity and a corresponding activity calorie estimate based on the weight of the user.||09-06-2012|
|20080216664||ELECTRONIC TEA THERMOMETER AND TIMER DEVICE - A method of steeping tea including receiving a tea type; receiving tea data records, each including tea type, steeping time and steeping temperature; matching the tea type to one of the number of tea data records to obtain a corresponding steeping time and a corresponding steeping temperature; receiving successive sensed temperature readings of the steeping liquid; comparing the successive sensed temperature readings with the corresponding steeping temperature; once one of the successive sensed temperature readings reaches the corresponding steeping temperature, providing a first alert that the steeping temperature has been reached; after the first alerting step, receiving a dry tea input indicating that a dry tea has been added to the brewing liquid; activating a countdown of the corresponding steeping time after receiving the dry tea input; and once the corresponding steeping time elapses according to the countdown, providing a second alert indicating that the steeping time has elapsed.||09-11-2008|
Patent applications by TAYLOR PRECISION PRODUCTS, INC.