Direct readout test and measurement instrument
US D208193 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
United States Patent 0 *ce Patented Aug. 1, 1967 DIRECT READOUT TEST AND MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT William A. Lang, Clayton, Mo., assignor to Monsanto Company, St. Louis, Mo., a corporation of Delaware Continuation of design applications Ser. No. 85,534 and Ser. No. 85,536, June 1, 1965. This application July 29, 1966, Ser. No. 4,074
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. DZG-l) FIG. I
PAGE 2 FIG.4
FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing the rear, bottom,
and right side of the instrument design of FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the direct readout test and measurement instrument of FIG. 1 showing a modified embodiment thereof wherein push buttons are employed in lieu of radial knobs; and
FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing the rear, bottom and right side of the design of FIG. 3.
The essential features of my design are shown in full :lines, being characterized by the combination of a front panel divided along a center vertical line and having the controls grouped to the right of said line and the information readout to the left thereof behind a transparent panel which covers the entire left half of the front panel, and the particular rectangular vertical hand grips disposed at either end of said front panel, all as :shown.
This application is a continuation of my applications Ser. No. D85,534, filed June 1, 1965, and Ser. No. D- 85,536 also filed June 1, 1965, both now to be abandoned.
I claim: The ornamental design for a direct readout test and measurement instrument, as shown and described.
References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS D. 184,724 3/1959 'Geisler D26-5 D. 193,989 11/1962 Clement et al. D265 OTHER REFERENCES Non-Linear Systems, Inc., 4200 Digital Voltmeter (pamphlet recd. Dec. 18, 1964).
Non-Linear Systems, Inc., 2810 2-MC Counter (pamphlet recd. Dec. 18, 1964).
Non-Linear Systems, Inc., 2917 Integrating Digital Voltmeter (pamphlet recd. Dec. 18, 1964).
Hewlett Packard, DY-2801 a Quartz Thermometer (June 7, 1965).
Hewlett Packard, 741 an AC-DC Differential Voltmeter (Feb. 3, 1965).
EDWIN H. HUNTER, Primary Examiner. JONATHAN WILLETIS, Assistant Examiner.