Patents Pending - 071010W-080530F
JackLamp, L.L.C. Patents Pending
Application Number: 11/299,019 (Priority date: 11-11-2004)
47 documents from 10 USPTO mailings, 11-18-2005 to 06-17-2008 [Date Forwarded to Examiner].
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Did Ms Bronson fix this NOI RCE on 06-13-2008, with this Fee Worksheet (PTO-06) [1 page]? see
FC:9103 and ¤1.117. Ã Yes - I received refund 07/01/2008.
9th Mail Room Date: 05-12-2008, Request for Continued Examination (RCE) and Amend. B [13 pages].
10th Mail Room Date: 05-30-2008, Notice of Improper Request (NIR) for Continued Examination (RCE) [6 pages]. (cleared 06-13-2008)
- The 11/299,019 PAIR image wrapper contains 2 copies each of PTO-90c, PTO 2051 and PTO-06.
- I recieved (via U. S. Mail on 080602M) 2 copies each of PTO-90c and PTO 2051 only and no PTO-06.
- Point of contact: Ms. Monique Brunson (Legal Instrument Examiner, Technology Center, Group 2800), 571-272-1561.
I left VM 080609M0643-0645 requested RC on my form PTO 2051 mailed 080530F, NO REPLY.
I left 2nd VM on 080612H1305(1m20s)] Do I need a petition?
RC080612H1332-1335 from 571-272-1561 Ms. Monique Bronson. I said I mistakenly checked 2. a. (for period 3 months) and paid. I only wanted RCE. She said "they may have misapplied my fee", she will summarize in an email. (Ms. Bronson did PAIR instead. See 2 WFEE - Fee Worksheets (PTO-06) [2 pages]. These appear in "Image File Wrapper" dated 05-30-2008.)
Follow up VM080617T1300(1m22s) to 571-272-1561 Ms. Monique Bronson. I asked if what she said on 080612H turned out to be true and if so did she mail or email me any info?
8th Mail Room Date: 02-11-2008, Second Office Action (OA2) from USPTO. [11 searchable pages].
- Attachment 1: Marked Substitute Specification and Abstract [14 pages].
- Attachment 2: Clean Substitute Specification and Abstract [12 pages].
- Attachment 3: Replacement Sheet 1/2 [1 page].
- Attachment 4: Annotated Sheet 1/2 Showing Changes [1 page].
- Attachment 5: Replacement Sheet 2/2 [1 page].
- Attachment 6: Annotated Sheet 2/2 Showing Changes [1 page].
- Entire above RCE package plus receipt postcard filed, 05/12/08 in one printable document [45 pages].
7th Mail Room Date: 11-07-2007, To USPTO. Amendment A, and 11/299,019 amended (2 shts of drwgs and 21 pages).
6th Mail Room Date: 10-09-2007, To USPTO 4 pages, Submission of Corrected Drawings and 3 enclosures
5th Mail Room Date: 08-07-2007, First Office Action (OA1) from USPTO. [8 searchable pages]
4th Mail Room Date: 07-31-2007, Examiner's search strategy and results 4 pages.
3rd Mail Room Date: 05-24-2007, Notice of Publication 1 page. Publication Number: US-2007/0117450 drawings. Bad scan?
2nd Mail Room Date: 04-10-2006, Petition Decision 2 pages.
1 st Mail Room Date: 11-18-2005,
pdf image of all 32 pages listed below, best available copy from USPTO (bad scan?)
- Final Rejection 2 pages, OA2 - Cover page [PTOL-90A] and OA Summary [PTOL-326] OA2 page 1.
Final Rejection 6 pages, OA2 - pages 2 to 7
List of references cited by examiner 1 page [PTO-892]
US-2004/0174705 (09-2004, Lamke+, 362/226?)drawings. Now US-7,172315 (02-2007, 362/241) drawings.
US-6,575,593 (06-2003, Krietzman, 362/199) drawings. Note: jack 22 is an upstream/device jack.
US-5,813,753 (09-1998, Vriens+, 362/293) drawings.
Examiner's search strategy and results 1 page. Not in mail package, downloaded from PAIR.
130 hits on Class 362-Illumination and the following subclasses
362/555 (patents), subclass 555-Light Emitting Diode (LED), indented under 551-Light Fiber/rod/pipe.
362/544 (patents), subclass 544-With common housing, under 543-Plural light sources, under 459-Supported by vehicle structure (e.g., especially adapted for vehicle).
362/545 (patents), subclass 545-Including light emitting diode, under subclass 544 above.
362/646 (patents), subclass 646-Circuit board, under subclass 640-Quick disconnect-type light unit.
362/555*, unsure what this search was.
2 hits on 439/290[.ccls] (patents), Class 439-Electrical Connectors, subclass 290-Contact intermeshable with duplicate mating contact, under subclass 284-Adapted to cooperate with duplicate mating contact.
143 hits on 313/318.01, 512.ccls)
313/318.01 (patents), Class 313-Electric lamp and discharge devices, subclass 318.01-Having base and connector, under subclass 317-With envelope.
Note: I found this one item by doing a USPTO search for (CCL/"313/318.01" and spec/LED and jack.) and it doesn't mention powering this UV LED lamp from a bus (e.g. USB or Firewire) "... A light source for testing sites using a fluorescent dye ..." See 7,253,557, 313/318.12, 9-7-2007, Figures, brightsol.com, 85 refs)
Jacklamp may be in 313/318.12, Class 313-Electric lamp and discharge devices, subclass 318.12-Having a connector, under subclass 317-With envelope. (patents in this class)
313/512 (patents), Class 313-Electric lamp and discharge devices, subclass 512-With envelope or encapsulation, under subclass 498-Solid-state type, under subclass 483-With luminescent solid or liquid material.
Search information including classification, databases and other search related notes. 1 page. Not in mail package.
Questions for Examiner Julie A. Shallenberger [JAS] (571-272-7131) :
Transmittal of New Application 6 pages, Drawings-only black and white line drawings 1 page, Specification 12 pages, Claims 1 page, Abstract 1 page, Oath or Declaration filed 2 pages, Fee Worksheet (PTO-06) 1 page, Fee Worksheet (PTO-06) 1 page, Claims Worksheet (PTO-2022) 1 page, Information Disclosure Statement (IDS) Filed 1 page, Petition Entered 5 pages
- In light of KSR can you still write claims [pursuant to M.P.E.P. § 2173.02 and § 707.07(j)] for a pro se inventor?
- +Please see my inventions web site www.jacklamp.com (created 2004-08-16).
JAS - Home of Jacklamp (the unique new LED package type) and Jacklamp Caddy (the Jacklamp power accessory).
- Jacklamps are available as bright white LED, red LED, UV LED in both USB and IEEE 1394a (Firewire) types.
- Coming soon to a cable near you from the Ski-Shore of Park City, Utah.
- A geeks flashlight!
- The Jacklamp on a JacklampCaddy isn't, a LED flashlight, a LED laptop light, a LED cable tester, a LED cable identifier, a LED port tester, a LED signal light, a LED security light, etc., but they can be used as one.