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Inventor:
Weiss; John W.
Address:
St. Paul, MN
No. of patents:
3
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5184274 Adjustable, elastic static control wristband February 2, 1993
An adjustable, elastic wristband for dissipating the buildup of excess electrostatic discharge from an individual. The wristband has two straps or strap sections, one electrically insulative and the other electrically conductive, and at least one of the two straps or strap sections being
5134538 Adjustable, conductive body strap July 28, 1992
An adjustable, conductive body strap utilizing a connector securing a strip of material held in a closed loop with a mechanical connector with the interior surface of the strip of material being electrically conductive. An electrical connector connects the conductive surface of the strip
4816964 Adjustable, conductive body strap March 28, 1989
An adjustable, conductive body strap utilizing a connector securing a strip of material held in a closed loop with a mechanical connector with the interior surface of the strip of material being electrically conductive. An electrical connector connects the conductive surface of the strip










 
 
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