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Class / Patent application numberDescriptionNumber of patent applications / Date published
235375000 SYSTEMS CONTROLLED BY DATA BEARING RECORDS 2270
235435000 CODED RECORD SENSORS 1474
235487000 RECORDS 1271
235400000 ORDNANCE OR WEAPON SYSTEMS COMPUTER 80
235002000 CASH REGISTERS AND RECORDERS 15
235061000 CALCULATORS 13
235051000 VOTING MACHINES 13
235007000 CASH REGISTERS 11
235091000 OPERATING DEVICES 5
20100072289Deposit beverage container counting device - A deposit beverage container counting device in which containers can be visually inspected while sliding down an inclined feed channel having an abrupt downward bend of about 15 degrees to cause the containers to accelerate suddenly, singulating the containers; that is, creating or increasing the space between containers, which enables accurate counting. The singulated containers pass into a sensor housing that contains a photoelectric sensor that senses the passing of each container and sends a signal to one or more counters. The counter(s) keeps track of the count, and displays the count on a LCD or LED display. Multiple counters can be provided to enable both the operator and customers to see the count display. The electronic components are preferably low voltage, low current devices using transistorized circuits. The counting device preferably is battery-powered, and has no moving parts.03-25-2010
20100078490METERED-DOSE INHALER - A metered dose inhaler dose counter, the counter includes: an actuator; a rotary gear wheel having a plurality of ratchet teeth; a driver for driving the rotary gear in a step-wise fashion in response to displacement of the actuator; a pawl that prevents reverse rotation of the rotary gear; and a display coupled to the rotary gear.04-01-2010
20090090787Counter for Use with a Medicament Dispenser - A dose counter for use with a medicament dispenser which comprises a ratchet; a first count wheel arranged to rotate about a first axis of rotation, the first count wheel including one or more ratchet drive receipt elements arranged thereon for receipt of drive from the ratchet to rotate the first count wheel about the first axis of rotation; a second count wheel arranged to rotate about the first axis of rotation, the second count wheel including a set of teeth arranged annularly thereon; and a kick wheel arranged to rotate about a second axis of rotation offset from the first axis of rotation, the kick wheel including a set of kick teeth arranged annularly thereon and in meshed relationship with the teeth of the second count wheel such that rotary motion of the kick wheel results in rotary motion of the second count wheel is described.04-09-2009
20100065649Inhaler Device Counter - Inhaler counter (03-18-2010
20120325917SPRING CYCLE COUNTER - A spring cycle tracker system for a door mounted on a track having at least one spring, with the door having an open and closed position. The system has at least one sensed element and a tracker. The tracker has a sensor having at least one sensing element; and a controller having a counter, at least one input signal from the at least one sensing element and at least one output signal. The sensed element and the tracker are mounted such that when the door is moved towards the open position and/or the closed position, the sensed element and the controller are moved adjacent to each other so that the sensing element senses the sensed element, sending an input signal to the controller, incrementing the counter, tracking a number of times the spring is used.12-27-2012
235419000 RECORD CONTROLLED CALCULATORS 4
20090008448SPATIALLY SELECTIVE UHF NEAR FIELD MICROSTRIP COUPLER DEVICE AND RFID SYSTEMS USING DEVICE - A system having a UHF RFID transceiver is adapted to communicate exclusively with a single electro-magnetically coupled transponder located in a predetermined confined transponder operating region. The system includes a near field coupling device comprising a plurality of lines connected in parallel with an unmatched load. The near field coupling device may be formed, for example on a printed circuit board with a plurality of electrically interconnected traces and a ground plane. The system establishes, at predetermined transceiver power levels, a mutual electromagnetic coupling which is selective exclusively for a single transponder located in a defined transponder operating region. Also included are methods for selective communication with the transponder in an apparatus such as a printer-encoder.01-08-2009
20080308636System and methods for creating a user customized bank card - One form of the present invention contemplates a unique system for creating a customized bank card by a consumer/user based on instructions from a remote terminal. Other forms of the present invention contemplate unique apparatuses, systems, devices, hardware, software, methods, and combinations of these for creating customized bank cards.12-18-2008
20130161387METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR GENERATING PRINTED DOCUMENTS WITH INVISIBLE PRINTED CONDUCTIVE PATTERNS AS SECURITY FEATURES FOR DETECTING UNAUTHORIZED COPYING AND ALTERATIONS - Methods of generating a secured printed document on paper or other medium by printing a security layer made of a transparent conductive material over the ink/toner layer that forms the visible content of the document. The security layer is printed using a transparent conductive material such as transparent conductive toner or ink and is invisible to human eyes. In one embodiment, the transparent conductive material contains a pattern that forms a radio frequency (RF) transponder circuit which has an RF antenna and a digital memory storing security data, which can be read out and used to authenticate the document. In another embodiment, the pattern forms a memory circuit without an RF antenna. In yet another embodiment, the transparent conductive material is patterned but does not form a functional circuit, and the electrical properties of the security layer such conductivity and/or capacitance are used to authenticate the document.06-27-2013
20100282846MULTI-POCKET PAPER MONEY CALCULATING APPARATUS HAVING AN PAPER MONEY DISCRIMINATING FUNCTION AND AN AUTO BINDING FUNCTION AND AN OPERATION CONTROL METHOD THEREOF - Disclosed is a multi-pocket paper money counting apparatus having functions capable of easily discriminating different denomination notes, and automatically performing sequential steps of counting paper money and binding a wad of paper money to thereby obtain a rapid business processing time by eliminating a need of using an additional binding operation and improve functionality thereof. The multi-pocket paper money counting apparatus includes: a counting device for counting paper money; a transporting guide unit disposed inside of the counting device; a paper money transporting unit disposed on a transporting path for transporting paper money; a sensor unit for defecting paper money; a path changing device disposed on the transporting path for allowing paper money to be selectively transported into a first path or a second path; a central control device for controlling the associated components; and multi pockets each formed on outside of the counting device.11-11-2010
235001000 MISCELLANEOUS 4
20100327049COMPONENT PART COUNTING DEVICE AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - Disclosed herein is a component part counting device including a tray and a known plurality of circular bores located on a face of the tray, each of the bores having a diameter and depth to receive a component, each of the bores having a diameter and depth to prevent more than one of the components from being received.12-30-2010
20130008941Beverage Counter - A beverage counter for keeping track of the number of beverages consumed. The beverage counter has a region for contact with a beverage container. The portion for contact with a beverage container can be a sleeve which surrounds the exterior of the beverage container. The sleeve may have insulating properties. As the beverage is inserted into the sleeve, the insertion triggers a counting mechanism to increase the count displayed on the count mechanism by one. The counting mechanism may be a mechanical counter, or an electrical counter, or an optical counter. Once a consumed beverage is removed from the sleeve, inserting a new beverage into the sleeve increases the beverage count by one again. A counter reset button is used to reset the count cycle.01-10-2013
20090289103HANDHELD DEVICE FOR COUNTING TECHNICAL ACTIONS OF INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS IN SPORT GAMES INVOLVING BALLS - According to the present invention, there is provided a handheld device for counting technical actions of an individual player in a sports game involving a ball, the handheld device including a housing sized to be handheld, a plurality of buttons in the housing including count-advancing buttons to respectively additively count the technical actions and a count-zeroing button to reset each count, a memory in the housing operatively connected to the buttons to store respective counts of the technical actions, a display in the housing operatively connected to the memory to display respective counts of the technical actions, and a power source in the housing operatively connected to the memory and the display.11-26-2009
20100187297UMPIRE COUNTER WITH NULL INDICATORS - A handheld, thumb or finger operated, umpire's counter having three dials to indicate the count kept by the umpire for each of “strikes”, “balls”, and “outs”. Each dial has associated with it a null indicator having a tactile output perceptible to the touch. This tactile output enables the umpire to determine when the respective dial is set to “0”, or to set and/or reset a respective dial to “0” without looking at the counter. It also permits the umpire to confirm that each dial is indeed set to “0” before he begins counting.07-29-2010
20100327049COMPONENT PART COUNTING DEVICE AND METHOD OF USE THEREOF - Disclosed herein is a component part counting device including a tray and a known plurality of circular bores located on a face of the tray, each of the bores having a diameter and depth to receive a component, each of the bores having a diameter and depth to prevent more than one of the components from being received.12-30-2010
20130008941Beverage Counter - A beverage counter for keeping track of the number of beverages consumed. The beverage counter has a region for contact with a beverage container. The portion for contact with a beverage container can be a sleeve which surrounds the exterior of the beverage container. The sleeve may have insulating properties. As the beverage is inserted into the sleeve, the insertion triggers a counting mechanism to increase the count displayed on the count mechanism by one. The counting mechanism may be a mechanical counter, or an electrical counter, or an optical counter. Once a consumed beverage is removed from the sleeve, inserting a new beverage into the sleeve increases the beverage count by one again. A counter reset button is used to reset the count cycle.01-10-2013
20090289103HANDHELD DEVICE FOR COUNTING TECHNICAL ACTIONS OF INDIVIDUAL PLAYERS IN SPORT GAMES INVOLVING BALLS - According to the present invention, there is provided a handheld device for counting technical actions of an individual player in a sports game involving a ball, the handheld device including a housing sized to be handheld, a plurality of buttons in the housing including count-advancing buttons to respectively additively count the technical actions and a count-zeroing button to reset each count, a memory in the housing operatively connected to the buttons to store respective counts of the technical actions, a display in the housing operatively connected to the memory to display respective counts of the technical actions, and a power source in the housing operatively connected to the memory and the display.11-26-2009
20100187297UMPIRE COUNTER WITH NULL INDICATORS - A handheld, thumb or finger operated, umpire's counter having three dials to indicate the count kept by the umpire for each of “strikes”, “balls”, and “outs”. Each dial has associated with it a null indicator having a tactile output perceptible to the touch. This tactile output enables the umpire to determine when the respective dial is set to “0”, or to set and/or reset a respective dial to “0” without looking at the counter. It also permits the umpire to confirm that each dial is indeed set to “0” before he begins counting.07-29-2010
235033000 FARE REGISTERS 2
20100243724Payment Apparatus for a Personal Transportation System - A payment apparatus for a personal transportation system includes a display device for displaying a calculated fare for a passenger's desired travel. A card slot accepts a passenger's payment card for payment of the fare. A bill slot accepts paper currency for payment of the fare. A coin slot accepts coin currency for payment of the fare. A bill return returns paper currency as change for overpayment of the fare. A coin return returns coin currency as change for overpayment of the fare. A communicating means communicates to the personal transportation system that the fare has been paid.09-30-2010
20100001057System for Infrastructure-Supported Toll Collection Using an On-Board Unit that is Intergrated in the Vehicle - In a system for infrastructure-supported toll collection using an on-board unit that is integrated in the vehicle, at least one of the subfunctions that is not designed to be tamperproof is situated in another unit that in turn is connected via an interface with the on-board unit, which on-board unit includes the core function designed to be tamperproof, and communicates with it via a standardized message catalog.01-07-2010
235103000 ROTATION COUNTERS 2
20130098981COUNTER - The counter contains a counting member with a rotational shaft extended from the counting member; a base member for positioning the counting member with the rotational shaft extended outside the base member; a cover member with an opening that is jointed to the base member to house the counting member in between and to expose the digits of the counting member by the opening; and a pressing member sleeving over the rotational shaft for engaging the counting member. The counter is structurally simple, convenient to use, not powered by a battery, and of a lower production cost.04-25-2013
20110049230REINFORCING BAR BINDING MACHINE, WIRE REEL, WIRE, AND METHOD OF DETERMINING KIND OF WIRE - A wire reel containing portion 03-03-2011
235093000 GATE AND TURNSTILE OPERATED 1
20100078468REVOLUTION COUNTER FOR TURNING ASSEMBLIES - A preferred embodiment of a revolution counter tool and method employs an adapter shaft with input and output ends coupled in-line between a driven part and a driving part, and an intermediate portion between the input and output ends that is coupled to a rotary encoder and encoder circuit. A memory counter circuit maintains a count of turns and increments of the driven part by the driving part, and a reference setting circuit sets a reference setting of the memory counter circuit when a count is to be taken. The device body has a first portion mounting the adapter shaft with the rotary encoder, an intermediate housing containing the memory counter circuit, and a second portion at a distance from the first portion and of a sufficient mass that acts to orient the device body to a gravity-determined position as a reference position. The memory counter circuit receives output signals from the rotary encoder circuit and maintains a count relative to a reference setting using the reference position of the device body as indexed by gravity.04-01-2010
235145000 KEYBOARDS 1
20090101704POSITIONING MECHANISM AND KEYPAD USING THE SAME - A positioning mechanism (04-23-2009
235108000 PARALLEL AXES 1
20090321509GOLF COUNTER - A golf counter includes a disk-like body member, which has a center opening, a series of symbols marked on the top wall and equiangularly spaced around the center opening, and a plurality of positioning holes corresponding to the symbols, a magnet secured to the bottom side of the disk-like body member, and a rotating faceplate, which is rotatably secured to the disk-like body member by the magnetic attraction force of the magnet and has a through viewing hole for showing one of the symbols of the disk-like body member, and two raised portions protruding from the bottom side and selectively engaging the positioning holes of disk-like body member to let the through viewing hole show one of the symbols.12-31-2009
235105000 PEDOMETERS 1
20080203144Artificial Intelligence Shoe Mounting a Controller and Method for Measuring Quantity of Motion - The present invention relates, in general, to shoes for measuring the quantity of motion and a method of measuring the quantity of motion using the shoes and, more particularly, to artificial intelligence shoes, in which various numerical values (calorie consumption, body fat, and a pulse), measured by a walking sensor (08-28-2008
235123000 BALL BUTTON OR PUSH BUTTON INDICATOR 1
20110220709Improved Counter Device - Improved counter device (09-15-2011

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