Patents by Inventor David Gennrich

David Gennrich has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20240035281
    Abstract: Roofing panels with water shedding features may be installed on the roof of a house or other structure in lieu of or as an underlayment for traditional roofing materials. The water shedding features can be built into a base of the roofing panels, as part of a frame for the roofing panels, or formed as part of a waterproofing layer applied to the base of the roofing panels, or which can be configured as a roofing panel. The roofing panels also can be installed in overlapping courses along a roof with water shedding features applied thereto or incorporated along one or more peripheral edges. The water shedding features of adjacent roofing panels will collect and divert water away from the upper surfaces and/or away from headlap and/or sidelap joints defined between the roofing panels.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 16, 2023
    Publication date: February 1, 2024
    Inventors: Daniel E. Boss, Trieu Nguyen, Kevin A. Pollack, David Gennrich, Eric R. Anderson, Matthew J. Poster
  • Publication number: 20240014772
    Abstract: A solar module for a roof covering system that generates electrical power from sunlight includes a frame having a bottom surface supported on a deck of a roof, a top surface, and a thickness between the bottom surface and the top surface. The solar module also includes a solar element mounted to the top surface of the frame which has an upper surface. a micro-inverter mounted to the top surface of the frame and to the side of the solar element, and a raised access panel that is removably coupled to the frame to surround the micro-inverter. The raised access panel has an access panel top surface that is elevated above the upper surface of the solar element. The top surface of the frame forms a water shedding surface below the micro-inverter for directing water away from the roof.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 22, 2023
    Publication date: January 11, 2024
    Inventors: Tommy F. Rodrigues, Sudhir Railkar, Daniel E. Boss, David Gennrich, Cory Boudreau, Daniel R. Nett, Kent J. Kallsen
  • Publication number: 20230132860
    Abstract: Roofing panels with water shedding features may be installed on the roof of a house or other structure in lieu of or as an underlayment for traditional roofing materials. The water shedding features can be built into a base of the roofing panels, as part of a frame for the roofing panels, or formed as part of a waterproofing layer applied to the base of the roofing panels, or which can be configured as a roofing panel. The roofing panels also can be installed in overlapping courses along a roof with water shedding features applied thereto or incorporated along one or more peripheral edges. The water shedding features of adjacent roofing panels will collect and divert water away from the upper surfaces and/or away from headlap and/or sidelap joints defined between the roofing panels.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 30, 2022
    Publication date: May 4, 2023
    Inventors: Daniel E. Boss, Trieu Nguyen, Kevin A. Pollack, David Gennrich, Eric R. Anderson, Matthew J. Poster
  • Publication number: 20230115454
    Abstract: The present embodiments relate generally to apparatuses, systems, and methods for deploying a medical device to skin of a host. The apparatuses, systems, and methods may be directed to removing a liner for a medical device so that the medical device may couple to the skin of the host. The medical device may comprise an on-skin wearable medical device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 29, 2022
    Publication date: April 13, 2023
    Inventors: John Charles Barry, Joon Chatterjee, Sean Akio Collignon, Briana Corlew, Scott Alexander Fall, David Gennrich, Eric G. Harper, Andrew Joncich, Randall Scott Koplin, Young Woo Lee, James Passemato, Morgan Alexander Robinson, Mark Selander, Christopher Shelver, Jeffrey James Smith, Warren M. Terry, Jay Warren, Nicole Marie Weikert, Babak Yaghoubimoghadam
  • Publication number: 20230100042
    Abstract: The present embodiments relate generally to apparatuses, systems, and methods for deploying a medical device to skin of a host. The apparatuses, systems, and methods may be directed to removing a liner for a medical device so that the medical device may couple to the skin of the host. The medical device may comprise an on-skin wearable medical device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 29, 2022
    Publication date: March 30, 2023
    Inventors: John Charles Barry, Joon Chatterjee, Sean Akio Collignon, Briana Corlew, Scott Alexander Fall, David Gennrich, Eric G. Harper, Andrew Joncich, Randall Scott Koplin, Young Woo Lee, James Passemato, Morgan Alexander Robinson, Mark Selander, Christopher Shelver, Jeffrey James Smith, Warren M. Terry, Jay Warren, Nicole Marie Weikert, Babak Yaghoubimoghadam
  • Publication number: 20230102785
    Abstract: The present embodiments relate generally to apparatuses, systems, and methods for deploying a medical device to skin of a host. The apparatuses, systems, and methods may be directed to removing a liner for a medical device so that the medical device may couple to the skin of the host. The medical device may comprise an on-skin wearable medical device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 29, 2022
    Publication date: March 30, 2023
    Inventors: John Charles Barry, Joon Chatterjee, Sean Akio Collignon, Briana Corlew, Scott Alexander Fall, David Gennrich, Eric G. Harper, Andrew Joncich, Randall Scott Koplin, Young Woo Lee, James Passemato, Morgan Alexander Robinson, Mark Selander, Christopher Shelver, Jeffrey James Smith, Warren M. Terry, Jay Warren, Nicole Marie Weikert, Babak Yaghoubimoghadam
  • Patent number: 11566426
    Abstract: Roofing panels with water shedding features may be installed on the roof of a house or other structure in lieu of or as an underlayment for traditional roofing materials. The water shedding features can be built into a base of the roofing panels, as part of a frame for the roofing panels, or formed as part of a waterproofing layer applied to the base of the roofing panels, or which can be configured as a roofing panel. The roofing panels also can be installed in overlapping courses along a roof with water shedding features applied thereto or incorporated along one or more peripheral edges. The water shedding features of adjacent roofing panels will collect and divert water away from the upper surfaces and/or away from headlap and/or sidelap joints defined between the roofing panels.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 25, 2020
    Date of Patent: January 31, 2023
    Assignee: BMIC LLC
    Inventors: Daniel E. Boss, Trieu Nguyen, Kevin A. Pollack, David Gennrich, Eric R. Anderson, Matthew J. Poster
  • Publication number: 20230003028
    Abstract: Panels with substantially integrated watershedding features may be installed on the roof a house or other structure in lieu of traditional roofing materials. The panels include a body formed from a mixture of filler materials and polymeric binder materials, which can include recycled materials, with watershedding features generally formed with and/or integrated with the panels. The panels also can be installed in overlapping courses along a roof with the watershedding features incorporated along one or more peripheral edges. The watershedding features of adjacent panels further can cooperated to collect and divert water away from the upper surfaces and/or away headlap and/or sidelap joints defined between the panels.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 15, 2021
    Publication date: January 5, 2023
    Inventors: Daniel E. Boss, Trieu Nguyen, Kevin A. Pollack, David Gennrich, Eric R. Anderson, Matthew J. Poster
  • Publication number: 20210156150
    Abstract: Roofing panels with water shedding features may be installed on the roof of a house or other structure in lieu of or as an underlayment for traditional roofing materials. The water shedding features can be built into a base of the roofing panels, as part of a frame for the roofing panels, or formed as part of a waterproofing layer applied to the base of the roofing panels, or which can be configured as a roofing panel. The roofing panels also can be installed in overlapping courses along a roof with water shedding features applied thereto or incorporated along one or more peripheral edges. The water shedding features of adjacent roofing panels will collect and divert water away from the upper surfaces and/or away from headlap and/or sidelap joints defined between the roofing panels.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 25, 2020
    Publication date: May 27, 2021
    Inventors: Daniel E. Boss, Trieu Nguyen, Kevin A. Pollack, David Gennrich, Eric R. Anderson, Matthew J. Poster
  • Patent number: 8734312
    Abstract: A remotely controlled surgical device control portion comprises a user moveable bi-directional trigger, a finger loop disposed within the trigger, and a flange coupled to the finger loop. The trigger is configured for receiving a motion input in opposing first and second directions. The motion input is for controlling an articulation motion of an articulating surgical instrument. The finger loop is configured for receiving the motion input in the form of a user squeezing the trigger in the first direction with at least one finger or pushing the trigger in the second direction with said at least one finger. The flange is configured for receiving the motion input in the form of pushing the trigger in the second direction with a thumb.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: August 26, 2010
    Date of Patent: May 27, 2014
    Assignee: Carefusion 2200, Inc.
    Inventors: Craig Conner, Mark Doyle, David Gennrich, Curt Irwin, Jose Jacquez, Corey Magers, Brooke Skora
  • Publication number: 20110319911
    Abstract: A surgical device for remotely controlling an articulating surgical instrument comprises an articulating surgical instrument, a control portion, and a slave portion. The control portion is configured for receiving motion inputs in a plurality of degrees of freedom from a human shoulder, arm, and hand and translating the motion inputs into one or more control signals for controlling motion of the articulating surgical instrument. The control signals are generated within the control portion and wherein at least one of the control signals comprises displacement of hydraulic fluid. The slave portion is coupled between the control portion and the articulating surgical instrument. The control portion is configured for moving the articulating surgical instrument in response to the one or more control signals.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 26, 2010
    Publication date: December 29, 2011
    Inventors: Craig Conner, Mark Doyle, David Gennrich, Curt Irwin, Jose Jacquez, Corey Magers, Brooke Skora
  • Publication number: 20110178531
    Abstract: A control portion of a remotely controlled surgical device comprises a first set of controls, a second set of controls, and a function control mechanism. The first set of controls is configured for receiving motion from a human shoulder, arm, and hand and translating one or more of its received motion inputs into one or more macro motion control signals for controlling one or more macro motions associated with an articulating surgical instrument. The second set of controls is configured for receiving motion from the human shoulder, arm, and hand and translating one or more of its received motion inputs into one or more micro motion control signals for controlling one or more micro motions of the articulating surgical instrument. The function control mechanism is configured for receiving a function control input from a user of the control portion. The function control input is for controlling a function associated with the remotely controlled surgical device.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 26, 2010
    Publication date: July 21, 2011
    Inventors: Jimmy C. Caputo, How-Lun Chen, Craig Conner, Mark Doyle, David Gennrich, Curt Irwin, Jose Jacquez, Corey Magers, Brooke Skora, Dave Stroup
  • Publication number: 20110152881
    Abstract: A remotely controlled surgical device control portion comprises a user moveable bi-directional trigger, a finger loop disposed within the trigger, and a flange coupled to the finger loop. The trigger is configured for receiving a motion input in opposing first and second directions. The motion input is for controlling an articulation motion of an articulating surgical instrument. The finger loop is configured for receiving the motion input in the form of a user squeezing the trigger in the first direction with at least one finger or pushing the trigger in the second direction with said at least one finger. The flange is configured for receiving the motion input in the form of pushing the trigger in the second direction with a thumb.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 26, 2010
    Publication date: June 23, 2011
    Inventors: Craig Conner, Mark Doyle, David Gennrich, Curt Irwin, Jose Jacquez, Corey Magers, Brooke Skora
  • Patent number: 7743450
    Abstract: A cleaning bullet for use in a pipe or track includes a compressible body. In one embodiment, a sheet draped over the body is engageable with interior walls of the pipe or track to clean small contaminants. In another embodiment, the body is formed from an absorbent material that absorbs a fluid, such as a cleaning solution, that can clean and/or disinfect the interior walls of the pipe or track. In yet another embodiment, an alignment key extends radially from a body axis for guiding the cleaning bullet in an air conveyor track.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 10, 2007
    Date of Patent: June 29, 2010
    Assignee: Diversey, Inc.
    Inventors: Carol A. Rouillard, Ronald R. Dir, James M. Scolaro, David Gennrich, Dan Bullis, Aaron Kurth
  • Publication number: 20070251038
    Abstract: A cleaning bullet for use in a pipe or track includes a compressible body. In one embodiment, a sheet draped over the body is engageable with interior walls of the pipe or track to clean small contaminants. In another embodiment, the body is formed from an absorbent material that absorbs a fluid, such as a cleaning solution, that can clean and/or disinfect the interior walls of the pipe or track. In yet another embodiment, an alignment key extends radially from a body axis for guiding the cleaning bullet in an air conveyor track.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 10, 2007
    Publication date: November 1, 2007
    Inventors: Carol ROUILLARD, Ronald Dir, James Scolaro, David Gennrich, Dan Bullis, Aaron Kurth
  • Publication number: 20070112299
    Abstract: A fluid delivery device is provided for delivering fluid to a target site such as an intervertebral disc during discography. The fluid delivery device includes pressure and volume sensors to determine the pressure and the volume of the fluid delivered to the intervertebral disc. The fluid delivery device is hand-held during use and includes a syringe assembly having a plunger with threads that enables controlled discharge of the fluid from the fluid delivery device by rotating the plunger in a housing of the fluid delivery device. The fluid delivery device may also include a communication module to wirelessly transfer data to an external device outside of a sterile field, while the fluid delivery device is in the sterile field. The fluid delivery device may also include a physiological sensor to monitor involuntary pain responses based on changing physiological parameters such as increases in body temperature or blood pressure.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 26, 2006
    Publication date: May 17, 2007
    Applicant: STRYKER CORPORATION
    Inventors: Karen Smit, Steven Carusillo, David Gennrich, Douglas Rodenkirch, Michael Strickler
  • Publication number: 20050047147
    Abstract: A shutter section includes a stack of circular plates independently rotatable in a nest formed as a laminar formation of rings. The plates have central openings defining a light path. Four central plates in the stack are shutter guide plates with radial guide slots slideably holding shutter blades. Two outer pairs of plates are shutter drive plates connected by cams to the shutter blades. Simultaneous rotation of a shutter guide plate and associated shutter drive plate causes rotation of an associated shutter blade around the light path. Rotation of a shutter drive plate while the associated shutter guide plate is stationary causes the cam to move the associated shutter blade radially. The nest is enclosed by end plates. A motor section has motors driving pinions to rotate the circular plates. The circular plates, rings pinions and shutter blades are made of sheet metal.
    Type: Application
    Filed: August 28, 2003
    Publication date: March 3, 2005
    Applicant: Electronic Theatre Controls, Inc.
    Inventors: David Gennrich, Sheldon Roberts
  • Publication number: 20050047148
    Abstract: A shutter section includes a stack of circular plates independently rotatable in a nest formed as a laminar formation of rings. The plates have central openings defining a light path. Four central plates in the stack are shutter guide plates with radial guide slots slideably holding shutter blades. Two outer pairs of plates are shutter drive plates connected by cams to the shutter blades. Simultaneous rotation of a shutter guide plate and associated shutter drive plate causes rotation of an associated shutter blade around the light path. Rotation of a shutter drive plate while the associated shutter guide plate is stationary causes the cam to move the associated shutter blade radially. The nest is enclosed by end plates. A motor section has motors driving pinions to rotate the circular plates. The circular plates, rings pinions and shutter blades are made of sheet metal. Shutters may be provided as interleaved pairs each driven by a pair of rotatable drive plates.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 22, 2004
    Publication date: March 3, 2005
    Applicant: Electronic Theatre Controls, Inc.
    Inventors: David Gennrich, Sheldon Roberts
  • Patent number: D772570
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 8, 2015
    Date of Patent: November 29, 2016
    Assignee: GREEN BOX ENTERPRISES, LLC
    Inventors: William Dermody, William Dorr, Kenneth Hsieh, David Gennrich, Corin Frost