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Winsor Corporation Patents
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Winsor Corporation
Address:
Chehalis, WA
No. of patents:
17
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7128439 Multi-use planar photoluminescent lamp and method of making such lamp October 31, 2006
A planar photoluminescent lamp includes a plurality of glass spacer beads affixed to a first glass plate, and a second glass plate in contact with the glass spacer beads. The glass plates are hermetically sealed to form a chamber, which is filled with a selected gas. Transparent electrod
6762556 Open chamber photoluminescent lamp July 13, 2004
An apparatus and method are disclosed for an open chamber photoluminescent lamp. The photoluminescent planar lamp is gas-filled and contains photoluminescent materials that emit visible light when the gas emits ultraviolet energy in response to a plasma discharge. The lamp comprises
6128801 Shoe sole cleaners October 10, 2000
A shoe sole cleaner removes foreign debris from a sole of a user's shoe by swiping the sole over the shoe sole cleaner on the user's opposing shoe. The shoe sole cleaner includes a base member and an elongated closure strap extending from the base member. A fixed end of the elongated clo
6127780 Wide illumination range photoluminescent lamp October 3, 2000
A flat photoluminescent lamp has external walls and a plurality of internal walls designed to form a serpentine channel having first and second ends. First and second electrodes, positioned in proximity with the first and second ends of the serpentine channel generate a plasma discharge
6114809 Planar fluorescent lamp with starter and heater circuit September 5, 2000
A planar fluorescent lamp having a resistive trace and optically transmissive cover electrodes is described. In one embodiment, the lamp includes an insulative lamp body with the transparent cover electrodes supported by the lamp cover. The resistive trace is supported by the base, e
6100635 Small, high efficiency planar fluorescent lamp August 8, 2000
A small fluorescent lamp having improved efficiency is described. The lamp includes a lamp body having a serpentine channel therein. The serpentine channel is arcuate in cross section with a fluorescent coating covering the serpentine channel but not the lamp cover to produce an aperture
6091192 Stress-relieved electroluminescent panel July 18, 2000
An electroluminescent panel is formed on a conductive baseplate by a pair of electrodes that are electrically insulated from the baseplate. The first electrode is a base electrode that acts as the hot electrode. The second electrode is a transparent conductive cover electrode. The cover
6075320 Wide illumination range fluorescent lamp June 13, 2000
A wide illumination range fluorescent lamp is described. The lamp utilizes three discrete sets of electrodes positioned to generate electric field to produce light energy within three distinct ranges of light intensity. The electrodes include primary electrodes for creating a plasma arc
5914560 Wide illumination range photoluminescent lamp June 22, 1999
A wide illumination range photoluminescent lamp utilizes a primary set of electrodes positioned to generate an plasma discharge along a serpentine channel to produce a high level of visible light. A pair of secondary electrodes may be activated to alter the discharge path for the plasma
5903096 Photoluminescent lamp with angled pins on internal channel walls May 11, 1999
A planar photoluminescent lamp having a plurality of internal walls to form a serpentine channel includes a deflection member at a distal end at least portion of the internal walls to force a plasma discharge into a central portion of the channel to thereby provide more uniform lighting
5850122 Fluorescent lamp with external electrode housing and method for making December 15, 1998
A planar fluorescent lamp employing both hot cathode and cold cathode operation is described. The lamp includes a first transparent cover bonded atop a metal body with a serpentine channel therein. The lamp body is coated with an insulative coating and the glass solder bead bonds the
5818164 Fluorescent lamp with electrode housing October 6, 1998
A flat planar fluorescent lamp having barrier structures overlaying the electrodes is described. The barrier structures include barrier walls and platforms between the electrodes and the lamp cover with passageways between the platforms and the lamp cover. The barrier structures cause th
5536999 Planar fluorescent lamp with extended discharge channel July 16, 1996
A flat planar fluorescent lamp having barrier structures overlaying the electrodes is described. The barrier structures include barrier walls and platforms between the electrodes and the lamp cover with passageways between the platforms and the lamp cover. The barrier structures cause th
5509841 Stamped metal flourescent lamp and method for making April 23, 1996
A planar fluorescent lamp lamp includes a first transparent cover bonded atop a metal body with a serpentine channel therein. The lamp body is coated with an insulative coating and the glass solder bead bonds the cover to the lamp at its perimeter and along the ridges defining the se
5479069 Planar fluorescent lamp with metal body and serpentine channel December 26, 1995
A planar fluorescent lamp employing both hot cathode and cold cathode operation is described. The lamp includes a first transparent cover bonded atop a metal body with a serpentine channel therein. The lamp body is coated with an insulative coating and the glass solder bead bonds the
5466990 Planar Fluorescent and electroluminescent lamp having one or more chambers November 14, 1995
A planar fluorescent and electroluminescent lamp having two pairs of electrodes. Planar electrodes on an outer surface of the lamp create a plasma arc by capacitive coupling. The planar electrodes also cause embedded phosphor to emit light on the electroluminescent phenomena. In one
5463274 Planar fluorescent lamp having a serpentine chamber and sidewall electrodes October 31, 1995
A planar fluorescent lamp having a sealed chamber and divider walls to create a serpentine discharge path is provided with sidewall electrodes. A plurality of sidewall electrodes are spaced from each other and positioned adjacent each sidewall of the sealed chamber. In a preferred embodi

 
 
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