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Dominick Danna, Richard W Newman: Image sensor assembly. Welch Allyn, Bruns and Wall, January 1, 1985: US04491865 (217 worldwide citation)


A compact image sensor package for use in an endoscope or borescope in which a lens system, a solid state image sensor and a circuit board are mounted in tandem within a cylindrical sealed housing. The assembly is positioned within the viewing head of the instrument so that an image of a given targe ...


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William C Moore, Richard W Newman, Dominick Danna: Color endoscope with charge coupled device and television viewing. Welch Allyn, Bruns & Jenney, March 3, 1981: US04253447 (104 worldwide citation)


A color endoscope having a component viewing head that is easily inserted into a relatively small opening or cavity and an electrical section that is capable of producing a readout signal containing full color image information that is compatible with standard format television for storing, displayi ...


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William C Moore, Richard W Newman, Dominick Danna: Color endoscope. Welch Allyn, Bruns & Jenney, April 14, 1981: US04261344 (90 worldwide citation)


A color endoscope having a compact viewing head that is easily inserted into a relatively small opening or cavity and an electrical section that is capable of producing a readout signal containing full color image information that is compatible with standard format television for storing, displaying ...


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Dominick A Danna, Raymond A Lia, William R Miller, Richard W Newman, Teresa M West: Color imaging system. Welch Allyn, Wall and Roehrig, January 11, 1994: US05278642 (58 worldwide citation)


A color camera employs a monochrome imager and a color filter plate that is divided into a plurality of primary color filter sections. The filter sections can be individually shuttered electronically for transmitting color sequential images onto the imager. In one embodiment there are red, blue, and ...


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Richard W Newman, John D Connors: Medical instrument and handle assembly. Welch Allyn, Bruns & Jenney, April 3, 1979: US04147163 (38 worldwide citation)


A battery handle for an electrically illuminated diagnostic instrument, the handle being able to accommodate either non-rechargeable or rechargeable cells. The handle is constructed so that rechargeable cells can be recharged without removing the cells from the handle. Non-rechargeable cells are ins ...


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William C Moore, Richard W Newman: Medical diagnostic instruments. Welch Allyn, Bruns & Jenney, September 7, 1976: US03978850 (35 worldwide citation)


A novel construction for electrically illuminated medical diagnostic instruments, particularly otoscopes and ophthalmoscopes. The invention fills a need for instruments that are relatively low cost and yet of good quality, the lower cost being achieved in part by the materials used and in part by th ...


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Jimmie B Allred III, Richard A Kokosa, Allan I Krauter, Richard W Newman: Video hysteroscope. Welch Allyn, June 6, 1989: US04836189 (33 worldwide citation)


A video hysteroscope has an elongated flexible insertion tube containing a video imager head at its distal end, with a channel for a surgical laser fiber and a saline channel which emits a continuous stream of saline solution distally from the head. The articulation section is kept as short as possi ...


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William C Moore, John D Connors, Richard W Newman: Otoscope construction. Welch Allyn, Bruns & Jenney, February 8, 1977: US04006738 (28 worldwide citation)


An improved construction for electrically illuminated otoscopes whereby more light is provided and the light is whiter and more uniform than the light output of prior art instruments. To obtain more light, a larger than normal lamp is employed which preferably is a halogen lamp as the latter gives a ...


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Richard W Newman, Allan I Krauter: Infrared thermometer. Welch Allyn, Wall Marjama & Bilinski, October 7, 2003: US06631287 (26 worldwide citation)


A plurality of miniature IR sensors disposed in a sensor array are aimed at a target area of interest, the array providing a thermal “image” of the target area. Processing electronics detect the hottest spot of the target as indicated by sensors in the array to directly indicate or estimate the hott ...


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William H Havens, Ynjiun P Wang, Vivian L Hunter, Allan I Krauter, Ervin Goldfain, Raymond A Lia, Richard W Newman, Thomas W Karpen, Bradford Morse, Dongmin Yang: Data reader apparatus having an adaptive lens. Additon Higgins Pendleton & Ashe P A, December 31, 2013: US08616454 (17 worldwide citation)


Systems and methods for making and using handheld data readers comprising one or more fluid lenses. One or more fluid lenses are provided to allow a handheld data reader to perform such operations as reading indicia, including such additional operations as zooming, reorienting a viewing direction, f ...



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