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Christopher E Lamourine

age ~65

from Columbia, CT

Also known as:
  • Christopher Lamourine
  • Christopher Eric Lamourine
  • Christopher Lamour
  • Christopher N
  • Chris Lamourine
  • Christophe Lamour
Phone and address:
561 Route 87, Columbia, CT 06237
(860)2284750

Christopher Lamourine Phones & Addresses

  • 561 Route 87, Columbia, CT 06237 • (860)2284750
  • Old Lyme, CT
  • Old Saybrook, CT
  • 561 Route 87, Columbia, CT 06237 • (860)3370178
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Company / Classification
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Christopher Lamourine
Director of Engineering
Greenwald Industries, Inc
Mfg Vending Machines Mfg Calculating Equipment
212 Middlesex Ave, Chester, CT 06412
PO Box 460, Chester, CT 06412
(860)5260800

Us Patents

  • Smart Lock System

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  • US Patent:
    8274365, Sep 25, 2012
  • Filed:
    Apr 14, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/102341
  • Inventors:
    James S. Piccirillo - Middletown CT, US
    Wayne J. Hooper - Clinton CT, US
    Christopher E. Lamourine - Columbia CT, US
    David A. Yudelson - Burlington CT, US
  • Assignee:
    The Eastern Company - Naugatuck CT
  • International Classification:
    G05B 19/00
    B60R 25/00
    G05B 23/00
    G06F 7/00
  • US Classification:
    340 56, 340 57, 340 573, 340 574, 340 58
  • Abstract:
    An electronic access control and recording system includes a lock, a card reader, a key card configured to communicate with the lock and with the card reader, a database, and an administrator microprocessor configured to provide a user interface and to communicate with the database and with the card reader. At least one of the lock and the card contain a microprocessor and a non-volatile memory storing encrypted information. In use, the key card provides access to the lock and transfers the encrypted information between the lock and the database via the card reader and the administrator microprocessor. The administrator microprocessor provides a user interface for reviewing and administering the database. The user interface also provides account and password qualification for users.
  • Media Recognition Device And Method

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  • US Patent:
    20090205926, Aug 20, 2009
  • Filed:
    Feb 14, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/031301
  • Inventors:
    James S. Piccirillo - Middletown CT, US
    Eugene Domnich - West Hartford CT, US
    Wayne J. Hooper - Clinton CT, US
    Christopher E. Lamourine - Columbia CT, US
  • Assignee:
    GREENWALD INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED - Chester CT
  • International Classification:
    G07D 7/00
    G07D 5/00
  • US Classification:
    194302
  • Abstract:
    Disclosed herein is a media recognition device. The device includes, an alley defined by a floor and a wall that is receptive of media passable therethrough, a movable member movable in response to contact with media as the media passes through the alley, a sensor in operable communication with the movable member configured to output a signal proportional to a position of the movable member, and a processor in operable communication with the sensor. The processor is configured to map the output signal of the sensor as the media passes through the alley, the processor is further configured to recognize or distinguish the map of the media from stored maps of known media.
  • Smart Lock System

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  • US Patent:
    20120313752, Dec 13, 2012
  • Filed:
    Aug 14, 2012
  • Appl. No.:
    13/585267
  • Inventors:
    James S. Piccirillo - Middletown CT, US
    Wayne J. Hooper - Clinton CT, US
    Christopher E. Lamourine - Columbia CT, US
    David A. Yudelson - Burlington CT, US
  • Assignee:
    The Eastern Company - Naugatuck CT
  • International Classification:
    G05B 19/00
  • US Classification:
    340 565
  • Abstract:
    An electronic access control and recording system includes a lock, a card reader, a key card configured to communicate with the lock and with the card reader, a database, and an administrator microprocessor configured to provide a user interface and to communicate with the database and with the card reader. At least one of the lock and the card contain a microprocessor and a non-volatile memory storing encrypted information. In use, the key card provides access to the lock and transfers the encrypted information between the lock and the database via the card reader and the administrator microprocessor. The administrator microprocessor provides a user interface for reviewing and administering the database. The user interface also provides account and password qualification for users.

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