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Colton D Hosick

from McCook, NE
Age ~50

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  • McCook, NE
  • Farnam, NE
  • Stockville, NE
  • Orange, CT

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US Patent:
D693509, Nov 12, 2013
Filed:
Jun 13, 2012
Appl. No.:
29/424610
Inventors:
Colton D. Hosick - Culbertson NE, US
Stephen P. Adams - Mesa AZ, US
Assignee:
Golight Inc. - Culbertson NE
International Classification:
0603
US Classification:
D26 63

Forearm Supination Device For Bicep Musculature Development

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US Patent:
7537547, May 26, 2009
Filed:
Aug 4, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/197104
Inventors:
Colton D. Hosick - McCook NE, US
Albert W. Gebhard - Denver CO, US
International Classification:
A63B 21/045
A63B 21/055
A63B 23/12
US Classification:
482 45, 482124
Abstract:
A bicep exercising device has a frame with a housing, and a elbow cradle to hold the elbow in a chosen flexed position. The elbow cradle is adjustably attached to a frame and a rotatable handle grip. This allows for comfortable position of the hand in a palm down position and the elbow in a flexed position between about 179 degrees and 15 degrees. The handle rotates 180 degrees or more, thus allowing for full supination of the forearm. Using a supination motion of the forearm a user can exercise the bicep muscle.

Led System And Housing For Use With Halogen Light Fixtures

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US Patent:
20180073717, Mar 15, 2018
Filed:
Nov 20, 2017
Appl. No.:
15/818289
Inventors:
- Culbertson NE, US
Colton D. Hosick - Culbertson NE, US
International Classification:
F21V 5/04
F21V 31/00
F21V 23/00
F21V 15/01
F21S 8/10
F21V 21/30
F21W 101/10
F21Y 101/00
Abstract:
An LED optical light engine spotlight which can accommodate a variable number of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is disclosed. An optical projection lens mounted in front of the LEDs merges the separate LED beams into a single beam, similar to the single beam provided by a halogen light and reflector. A heat sink provides convection cooling up to approximately 100 F. An optional fan provides additional heat dissipation for more extreme conditions. The depicted device can include a vertical tilt of over 200 . Optimally, the depicted device is designed to have a full vertical tilt range between zenith (0 degrees) to horizontal (90 degrees) to full depression (135 degrees). An optional accessory lens provides additional capabilities, including flood lenses, colored lenses and rock guards, for example. The depicted device can be hard wired or wireless. The depicted device can be adapted to many base units and/or pan and tilt platforms.

Rotatable Optical Device Housing And Mounting Platform

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US Patent:
20170080874, Mar 23, 2017
Filed:
Dec 5, 2016
Appl. No.:
15/368863
Inventors:
- Culbertson NE, US
Colton D. Hosick - Culbertson NE, US
International Classification:
B60R 11/00
F21V 21/15
F21V 29/74
F21V 29/67
B60R 11/04
H04N 5/225
F21V 21/30
F21V 21/26
F21V 17/10
F21V 5/04
B60Q 1/24
H04N 5/33
Abstract:
A rotatable optical device housing and mounting platform is disclosed. The optical device housing includes a bezel, front housing and rear housing. The optical device housing can include a number of lighting devices, including light-emitting diodes (LEDs), high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps, halogen lights, incandescent lights, or imaging devices, such as cameras, while utilizing the same bezel, front housing and rear housing. The depicted device can include a vertical tilt, which is adjustable either manually or electronically. A slip ring system provides continuous 360 rotation ability, with controllable and adjustable speed settings. Alternatively, a stop can be used instead of the slip ring, wherein the stop serves as a point of reversal of the unit's rotation. The unit contains an optional home position, allowing a user to select a point in the horizontal rotation to which the unit will return at the touch of a button.

Led System And Housing For Use With Halogen Light Fixtures

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US Patent:
20160356483, Dec 8, 2016
Filed:
Jul 29, 2016
Appl. No.:
15/223381
Inventors:
- Culbertson NE, US
Colton D. Hosick - Culbertson NE, US
International Classification:
F21V 29/83
F21V 5/04
F21V 31/00
F21S 8/10
F21V 23/00
F21V 29/76
F21V 29/67
Abstract:
An LED optical light engine spotlight which can accommodate a variable number of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is disclosed. An optical projection lens mounted in front of the LEDs merges the separate LED beams into a single beam, similar to the single beam provided by a halogen light and reflector. A heat sink provides convection cooling up to approximately 100 F. An optional fan provides additional heat dissipation for more extreme conditions. The depicted device can include a vertical tilt of over 200. Optimally, the depicted device is designed to have a full vertical tilt range between zenith (0 degrees) to horizontal (90 degrees) to full depression (135 degrees). An optional accessory lens provides additional capabilities, including flood lenses, colored lenses and rock guards, for example. The depicted device can be hard wired or wireless. The depicted device can be adapted to many base units and/or pan and tilt platforms.

Led System And Housing For Use With Halogen Light

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US Patent:
20140126214, May 8, 2014
Filed:
Jan 10, 2014
Appl. No.:
14/152908
Inventors:
- Culbertson NE, US
Colton D. Hosick - Culbertson NE, US
Assignee:
Golight, Inc. - Culbertson NE
International Classification:
F21K 99/00
F21V 29/02
F21V 29/00
US Classification:
362294
Abstract:
An LED optical light engine spotlight which can accommodate a variable number of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) is disclosed. An optical projection lens mounted in front of the LEDs merges the separate LED beams into a single beam, similar to the single beam provided by a halogen light and reflector. A heat sink provides convection cooling up to approximately 100 F. An optional fan provides additional heat dissipation for more extreme conditions. The depicted device can include a vertical tilt of over 200. Optimally, the depicted device is designed to have a full vertical tilt range between zenith (0 degrees) to horizontal (90 degrees) to full depression (135 degrees). An optional accessory lens provides additional capabilities, including flood lenses, colored lenses and rock guards, for example. The depicted device can be hard wired or wireless. The depicted device can be adapted to many base units and/or pan and tilt platforms.
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