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Jonathan M Fazekas

from Burlington, KY
Age ~44

Jonathan Fazekas Phones & Addresses

  • 3874 Idlebrook Ln, Burlington, KY 41005 (859) 534-5848 (859) 586-0351
  • 1653 Cherry Blossom Ct, Francisville, KY 41048 (859) 534-5848
  • Hebron, KY
  • 308 Miami Ave, Cleves, OH 45002 (513) 941-5848
  • Hillsdale, MI
  • Jonesville, MI
  • Crescent Springs, KY
  • Hamilton, OH
  • 1653 Cherry Blossom Ct, Hebron, KY 41048 (859) 749-9764

Work

Company: Cincinnati test systems Apr 2000 to Sep 2013 Position: Director of r&d

Education

Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) School / High School: Hillsdale College 1996 to 2000 Specialities: Physics

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Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

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Director Of R&Amp;D At Cincinnati Test Systems

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Position:
Director of R&D at Cincinnati Test Systems
Location:
Cincinnati Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
Cincinnati Test Systems since Apr 2000
Director of R&D
Education:
Hillsdale College 1996 - 2000
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Physics

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Detecting Leaks

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US Patent:
6860140, Mar 1, 2005
Filed:
Jun 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/868069
Inventors:
Fred Grant McCoy - Harrison OH,
Jonathan Mark Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Ryan R. Borntrager - Cleves OH,
Assignee:
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. - Cleves OH
International Classification:
G01M003/04
G08B028/00
US Classification:
73 407, 702 51, 340605
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a sensor apparatus configured to detect the presence of a gas, such as a tracer gas and a leak detection apparatus configured to detect the presence of a tracer gas and indicate the location of a leak. The leak detection apparatus may further be configured to quantify the leak rate at the leak location.

Method And Apparatus For Detecting Leaks

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US Patent:
6860141, Mar 1, 2005
Filed:
Jun 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/868158
Inventors:
Fred Grant McCoy - Harrison OH,
Jonathan Mark Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Ryan R. Borntrager - Cleves OH,
Assignee:
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. - Cleves OH
International Classification:
G01M003/04
G08B028/00
US Classification:
73 407, 702 51, 340605
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a sensor apparatus configured to detect the presence of a gas, such as a tracer gas and a leak detection apparatus configured to detect the presence of a tracer gas and indicate the location of a leak. The leak detection apparatus may further be configured to quantify the leak rate at the leak location.

Method And Apparatus For Detecting A Gas

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US Patent:
7051578, May 30, 2006
Filed:
Mar 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/382961
Inventors:
Fred Grant McCoy - Harrison OH,
Jonathan Mark Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Ryan R. Borntrager - Cleves OH,
Assignee:
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. - Cleves OH
International Classification:
G01M 3/04
US Classification:
73 407, 702 51
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a sensor apparatus configured to detect the presence of a gas, such as a tracer gas and a leak detection apparatus configured to detect the presence of a tracer gas and indicate the location of a leak. The leak detection apparatus may further be configured to quantify the leak rate at the leak location.

Method And Apparatus For Detecting Leaks

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US Patent:
7178385, Feb 20, 2007
Filed:
Jun 17, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/155169
Inventors:
Fred Grant McCoy - Harrison OH,
Jonathan Mark Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Ryan R. Borntrager - Cleves OH,
Assignee:
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. - Cleves OH
International Classification:
G01M 3/04
US Classification:
73 407, 702 51, 340605, 73160
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a sensor apparatus configured to detect the presence of a gas, such as a tracer gas and a leak detection apparatus configured to detect the present of a tracer gas and indicate the location of a leak. The sensor apparatus includes multiple sensors, each of which is a metal halide sensor. The leak detection apparatus may further be configured to quantify the leak rate at the leak location.

Automated Timer And Setpoint Selection For Pneumatic Test Equipment

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US Patent:
7594424, Sep 29, 2009
Filed:
Jan 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/336350
Inventors:
Jonathan Mark Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Assignee:
Cincinnati Test Systems, Inc. - Cleves OH
International Classification:
G01M 3/02
US Classification:
73 37
Abstract:
A fill time and stabilize and measurement time are determined for a pneumatic testing procedure. The fill time is computed by identifying, in the filling of a sample unit, a time when a substantial portion of variations of a measured variable (due to stabilization) are completed. The stabilize and measurement time is determined by comparison of the measurement variable behavior when filling sample unit(s) that do not leak, to the measurement variable behaviors when filling a sample unit that is in communication with an orifice simulating a leak. A measurement performance factor may be computed from this data at each of several possible times after a unit is filled. A gauge repeatability factor may be computed based on variance of nonleaking units at each possible time, compared to the variable change made on a sample unit when coupled to a leak-simulating orifice. Either factor may be used to select a stabilize and measurement time.

Method And Apparatus For Detecting Leaks

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US Patent:
2004017, Sep 9, 2004
Filed:
Mar 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/382565
Inventors:
Fred McCoy - Harrison OH,
Jonathan Fazekas - Hebron KY,
Ryan Borntrager - Cleves OH,
International Classification:
G01M003/04
G01N011/00
US Classification:
073/040700, 702/051000
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a sensor apparatus configured to detect the presence of a gas, such as a tracer gas and a leak detection apparatus configured to detect the presence of a tracer gas and indicate the location of a leak. The leak detection apparatus may further be configured to quantify the leak rate at the leak location.
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