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Matthew P Marko

from Waterford, MI
Age ~65

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  • 1222 Forest Bay Dr APT 76, Waterford, MI 48328 (248) 681-4706
  • 1719 Hill Blvd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304 (248) 852-0314
  • Bloomfield, MI
  • Rochester Hills, MI
  • Madison Heights, MI
  • Ypsilanti, MI
  • West Bloomfield, MI

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Location:
Waterford, MI
Industry:
Building Materials
Work:
Ducana Windows & Doors
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Education:
The College of Wooster 1975 - 1979
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Lock Sensor Detection System

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US Patent:
20090090148, Apr 9, 2009
Filed:
Oct 4, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/867017
Inventors:
Adam Kollin - Troy MI, US
Matthew Marko - Waterford MI, US
International Classification:
E05B 41/00
US Classification:
70263, 70432
Abstract:
A lock sensor detection system for detecting when a door latch assembly is in a locked condition and in engagement with a door jamb includes a circuit having an open and closed condition. The circuit is in the closed condition when the door latch assembly is in the locked condition and in engagement with the door jamb. An actuator, preferably a magnet, is adapted to be disposed in the door jamb for actuating a circuit, preferably a magnetic circuit, when the circuit is in the closed condition and the door latch assembly engages the door jamb. A signal emitting component is disposed within and operatively connected to the door latch assembly for providing a signal in response to the circuit being in the closed and actuated conditions indicating that the door latch assembly is in an engaged and locked condition.

Lock Sensor Detection System

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US Patent:
6441735, Aug 27, 2002
Filed:
Feb 21, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/789693
Inventors:
Matthew P. Marko - Bloomfield Hills MI
Adam J. Kollin - Rochester Hills MI
Assignee:
Marlin Security Systems, Inc. - Bloomfield Hills MI
International Classification:
E05B 4506
US Classification:
340542, 340547, 340551, 70276, 70432
Abstract:
Apparatus for providing a signal in response to the actuation of an internal lock mechanism for a door latch to a locked condition of the door latch and for detecting the locked condition when the door is in a closed position with the door latch bolt in the door jamb. Detection apparatus is located in the door jamb and senses the lock signal and in turn can provide a signal locally or to a remote security or surveillance system indicating the locked or unlocked condition of the latch bolt when the door is in the closed position.
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