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Old 03-12-2010, 09:48 PM
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Default Patent on "warm up" for wigwag of HID

Our US patent was awarded Nov of 2009, Vertical power has a license to use this patented technology in their pulsing control.

Read this pdf news bulletin below.

http://www.xevision.com/pdf/Vertical...eVision_PR.pdf

We make 2 freestanding pulsing unit versions of our own, XePulse and XePulse II. XePulse II is 1/3rd the size of our original XePulse (still available).

The original model (XePulse) has a terminal strip with 8 screw terminals. The new XePulse II has a d-sub connector instead.
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Old 03-23-2010, 07:24 PM
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This license is used in all of our products, including the new VP-X.

Thanks Dan, it works quite well!
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