Daniel J Wyman, Age ~5441690 Metaline Dr, Westland, MI 48187

Daniel Wyman Phones & Addresses

41690 Metaline Dr, Canton, MI 48187 (734) 844-3133

6933 Carriage Hills Dr, Canton, MI 48187 (734) 844-3133

Westland, MI

Mishawaka, IN

41690 Metaline Dr, Canton, MI 48187 (734) 834-7686

Work

Position: Homemaker

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Mentions for Daniel J Wyman

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Daniel Owen Wyman M.P.H.

Specialties:
Family Medicine
Aerospace Medicine
Occupational Medicine
Education:
University of Nevada (1985)

License Records

Daniel Louis Wyman

Licenses:
License #: 025887-24 - Expired
Category: Nursing Assistant
Issued Date: Mar 12, 2002
Expiration Date: Jan 7, 2006
Type: Licensed Nursing Assistant

Daniel Louis Wyman

Licenses:
License #: 06NAR12123 - Expired
Category: Nursing Assistant
Issued Date: Jun 14, 2006
Expiration Date: Oct 17, 2014
Type: Not Licensed - REGISTRY ONLY

Daniel Louis Wyman

Licenses:
License #: 025887-24 - Expired
Category: Nursing Assistant
Issued Date: Mar 12, 2002
Expiration Date: Jan 7, 2006
Type: Licensed Nursing Assistant

Daniel Louis Wyman

Licenses:
License #: 06NAR12123 - Expired
Category: Nursing Assistant
Issued Date: Jun 14, 2006
Expiration Date: Oct 17, 2014
Type: Not Licensed - REGISTRY ONLY

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Daniel Wyman ELECTRICITY COST SAVERS, LLC

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus And Method For Tracking An Abnormal Tire Condition

US Patent:
6580364, Jun 17, 2003
Filed:
Jul 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/611715
Inventors:
Carl A. Munch - Troy MI
Daniel J. Wyman - Canton MI
Timothy DeZorzi - South Lyon MI
Mark R. Desmarais - East Sandwich MA
Assignee:
TRW Inc. - Lyndhurst OH
International Classification:
B60C 2300
US Classification:
340447, 340442, 340438, 731465, 116 34 R
Abstract:
An apparatus ( ) for tracking an abnormal condition of a vehicle tire ( ) includes a receiver ( ) that receives a data message having data indicative of a condition of the vehicle tire ( ). A controller ( ) is connected to the receiver ( ) and is responsive to the data message received by the receiver ( ). The controller ( ) includes a counter that has a value indicative of a duration of an abnormal tire condition. The controller ( ) adjusts the counter value as a function of the content of the received data message.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System With Pressure Gauge Operating Mode For Indicating When Air Pressure Within A Tire Is Within A Predetermined Pressure Range

US Patent:
6612165, Sep 2, 2003
Filed:
Feb 4, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/067067
Inventors:
David Leonard Juzswik - Commerce MI
Daniel J. Wyman - Canton MI
Thomas John LeMense - Farmington MI
Assignee:
TRW Inc. - Lyndhurst OH
International Classification:
B60C 2302
US Classification:
731465, 731462, 731463, 731464, 340444
Abstract:
A tire inflation pressure monitoring system ( ) and a method for monitoring air pressure within a tire ( ) are provided. The system ( ) includes a tire based unit ( ) for sensing air pressure within the tire ( ) and for transmitting a pressure signal indicative thereof. The system ( ) also includes a vehicle based unit ( ) for receiving the pressure signal and for comparing the pressure signal to a predefined pressure range. The vehicle based unit ( ) is operable in one of (i) a normal operating mode that outputs an alert signal in response to the air pressure within the tire ( ) being outside of the predefined pressure range and (ii) a pressure gauge operating mode that outputs an in-range signal in response to the air pressure within the tire ( ) being within the predetermined pressure range.

Apparatus And Method For Transmitting Data In A Tire Condition Sensing System

US Patent:
6292096, Sep 18, 2001
Filed:
Dec 15, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/464208
Inventors:
Carl A. Munch - Troy MI
Daniel J. Wyman - Canton MI
Timothy DeZorzi - South Lyon MI
Assignee:
TRW Inc. - Lyndhurst OH
International Classification:
B60C 2300
US Classification:
340445
Abstract:
A tire condition sensing apparatus (14) includes a tire condition sensor (78, 84, 88) for sensing a tire condition and providing a sensor signal indicative thereof. A transmitter (44) transmits a data message having a plurality of data locations for accommodating data. A controller (72) is electrically connected with the tire condition sensor (78, 84, 88) and the transmitter (44). The controller (72) controls the transmitter (44) to transmit tire condition data in selected data locations of the data message based on a parameter associated with the apparatus (14), such as an identification code of the apparatus (14).

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