Signaling assembly

  • US 7,241,037 B2
  • Filed: 03/23/2005
  • Issued: 07/10/2007
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/23/2005
  • Status: Expired due to Fees
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1. A signal assembly, comprising:

  • a mirror which is operable to both reflect, and pass electromagnetic radiation;

    a circuit substrate juxtaposed relative to the mirror, and which is operable to pass electromagnetic radiation, and wherein the circuit substrate is releasably electrically coupled with a source of electricity;

    a first electrically conductive pathway borne by the circuit substrate;

    at least two light emitting devices borne by the circuit substrate and electrically coupled with the first electrically conductive pathway, and which, when energized, emits visibly discernable electromagnetic radiation which passes, at least in part, by each of the circuit substrate and the mirror; and

    a second electrically conductive pathway borne by the circuit substrate and which is electrically coupled with an electrical heater, and wherein the electrical heater is coupled to the source of electricity by way of the circuit substrate, and is further mounted in juxtaposed relation relative to the mirror; and

    a reflector having a first portion which is positioned in eccentric reflecting relation relative to one of the two light emitting devices, and a second portion which is disposed in substantially concentric reflecting relation relative to the remaining light emitting device, and wherein the at least two light emitting devices, when energized, emit visibly discernible electromagnetic radiation which forms at least two discrete, visibly discernible signals.

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