Variable Temperature Mattress Pad, and variations: Variable Temperature Seat, Variable Temperature Cushion & Variable Temperature Futon:
4,923,248, 5,002,336 (also issued in England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and India), 5,117,638, 6,085,369 (pending in England, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and India), 6,263,530 B1
Variable Temperature Mattress Pad, with its tubular air-flow technology, keeps you warm in cold weather, and keeps you cool in hot weather.
Here's the thermo-electric prototype of the Variable Temperature Mattress
Pad, shown here with the temperature control attachment shown next to it. (Click on
either picture to see a larger picture.)
Another side of the Variable Temperature Mattress Pad:
The Variable Temperature Seat is already being used in cars and SUV's (such as the Navigator, Lexus LS430, Toyota Celsior in Japan, and is under license for 25 future automotive styles). It won the "Best of What's New" Award by Popular Science Magazine.
While the Variable Temperature Seat is being used in automobiles, the technology has several additional applications. These include the Variable Temperature Mattress Pad, the Variable Temperature Futon and the Variable Temperature Cushion (for office chairs).
Click on either picture to see a larger picture:
The Variable Temperature Seat is currently
licensed to automobile manufacturers:
This is the latest prototype:
Copies of the SAE Technical Paper Series, as well as a User Guide for each application, are available upon request.
The inventor also has a patent pending on advanced thermo-electric heat pump architecture.
Inventor: Steve Feher, c/o Feher Research
Company, 1 Keahole Place; Suite 1505, Honolulu, HI 96825-3414
Phone: (808) 395-8742; FAX: (808) 395-8944
E-mail: [email protected]
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