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Edward J Mcgunn

from Chicago, IL
Age ~59

Edward Mcgunn Phones & Addresses

  • 9802 Oakley Ave, Chicago, IL 60643 (773) 239-8763 (773) 445-9912
  • Porter, IN
  • Portage, IN
  • Louisville, KY
  • Posen, IL
  • 11139 S Washtenaw Ave, Chicago, IL 60655 (773) 238-9802

Work

Position: Personal Care and Service Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Emails

e***n@gmail.com

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Edward McGunn
President- CSS/ FirekingSecurity Group
Corporate Safe Specialists
Fireking Security Group
Safes & Vaults. Mail Boxes - Manufacturers & Distributors. Coin & Bill Count,Sort,Wrap Machines
14800 S Mckinley Ave, Posen, IL 60469
(708) 371-4200, (708) 371-3326
Mr. Edward McGunn
President- CSS/ FirekingSecurity Group
Corporate Safe Specialists
Fireking Security Group
Safes & Vaults. Mail Boxes - Manufacturers & Distributors. Coin & Bill Count,Sort,Wrap Machines
14800 S Mckinley Ave, Posen, IL 60469
(708) 371-4200, (708) 371-3326

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Monitoring A Safe

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US Patent:
6724303, Apr 20, 2004
Filed:
Oct 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/982384
Inventors:
Edward J. McGunn - Chicago IL
James Ivey, III - Posen IL
Gregory Grzegorz Dylewski - Chicago IL
Eduardo DeCastro Barcellos - Posen IL
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists, Inc. - Posen IL
International Classification:
G08B 1900
US Classification:
340521, 340522, 340542, 3405451, 348143, 348159
Abstract:
The present invention generally relates to a method of monitoring a safe comprising the steps of providing ( ) an electronic lock for the safe; receiving ( ) information from a security device in an area proximate to the safe; and making ( ) security information from the security device during a transaction with the electronic lock. According to another aspect of the invention, an apparatus for monitoring a safe comprises an electronic lock ( ) incorporated in a safe; a control unit ( ) coupled to the electronic lock; and a security system ( ) coupled to the control unit.

Kit For Securable Enclosure

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US Patent:
6786009, Sep 7, 2004
Filed:
Aug 16, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/639535
Inventors:
Edward J. McGunn - Chicago IL
Lori R. Hollis - Chicago IL
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists - Posen IL
International Classification:
E04H 100
US Classification:
52 362, 52 799, 522851, 312263
Abstract:
A kit for a securable enclosure having a front opening. The kit is placeable selectively in an assembled state and a disassembled state. The kit includes a top panel, first and second side panels, a rear panel, and first and second connector parts. The top panel, first and second panels, and rear panel are connected to each other to bound a storage space accessible through the front opening. The first connector part is fixedly attached to one of the top panel, first side panel, second side panel, and rear panel. The second connector part is fixedly attached to another one of the top panel, first side panel, second side panel, and rear panel. The first and second connector parts are connectable, each to the other, without any additional separate parts, to maintain the one and the another of the top panel, first side panel, second side panel, and rear panel, together with the kit in the assembled state.

Method And Apparatus For Controlling A Safe Having An Electronic Lock

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US Patent:
6885281, Apr 26, 2005
Filed:
Oct 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/982348
Inventors:
Edward J. McGunn - Chicago IL,
James Ivey, III - Posen IL,
Gregory Grzegorz Dylewski - Chicago IL,
Eduardo DeCastro Barcellos - Posen IL,
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists, Inc. - Posen IL
International Classification:
G05B019/00
US Classification:
340 55, 340 528, 340521, 34053917
Abstract:
The present disclosure is directed to a method of using a control unit to control an electronic lock on a safe comprising the steps of providing () an electronic lock for the safe, receiving () signals at the electronic lock from the computer, and controlling () the safe in response to the signals. An apparatus for controlling an electronic lock on a safe comprising an electronic lock () incorporated in a safe an input/output port () coupled to the electronic lock for receiving signals from a control unit (), and a control signal received at the input/output port for opening the safe.

Method And Apparatus For Controlling A Safe Having An Electronic Lock

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US Patent:
7576633, Aug 18, 2009
Filed:
Mar 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/072922
Inventors:
Edward J. McGunn - Chicago IL,
James Ivey, III - Posen IL,
Gregory Grzegorz Dylewski - Chicago IL,
Eduardo DeCastro Barcellos - Posen IL,
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists, Inc. - Posen IL
International Classification:
B60R 25/00
US Classification:
340 573, 340 51, 340542, 340541, 340540, 340 52, 340 55
Abstract:
A control unit to control an electronic lock on a safe includes an electronic lock for the safe. The electronic lock receives signals from an external computer, and controls the safe in response to the signals.

Horizontal Coin Dispenser

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US Patent:
7591361, Sep 22, 2009
Filed:
Jul 21, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/623624
Inventors:
Edward J. McGunn - Posen IL,
James Ivey, III - Posen IL,
Eduardo DeCastro Barcellos - Posen IL,
Warren Bittencourt Oliveira - Posen IL,
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists, Inc. - Posen IL
International Classification:
G07F 9/08
G06F 7/00
G06F 9/00
G06F 19/00
US Classification:
194216, 194217, 453 1, 453 2, 453 16, 453 58, 453 61, 221196, 221263
Abstract:
A coin dispensing system comprises a drawer including a bottom wall connected to opposite sidewalls, and a plurality of spaced dividers between the opposite sidewalls defining a plurality of columns for supporting vertical tubes of currency. A plurality of dispensers, one for each column, are provided each for withdrawing tubes of currency from an associated column. A plurality of sensors, one for each column, are provided each for sensing quantity of tubes in the associated column. A control system is operatively associated with the sensors for determining quantity of currency in the drawer.

Method And System For Communicating Lock Information

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US Patent:
20030061192, Mar 27, 2003
Filed:
Sep 24, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/961454
Inventors:
Edward McGunn - Chicago IL,
James Ivey - Posen IL,
Danny Hardy - New Lenox IL,
International Classification:
G06F007/00
US Classification:
707/001000
Abstract:
The present invention discloses a system for communicating lock information comprising a first terminal () coupled to a communication network (); a database () associated with the first terminal for storing said lock information; and second terminal () in communication with said first terminal by way of said communication network for accessing the lock information. A method for communicating lock information stored in a remote database is also disclosed. The method comprises steps of providing () information related to a lock; storing () the information in a database remote from the lock; and providing () access by an end user to the information in the database by way of a computer network. A method according to an alternate embodiment is disclosed for communicating lock information stored in a remote database comprising steps of accessing () computer network; providing () access information necessary to access the remote database; and receiving () the lock information from the database.

Method And Apparatus For Monitoring A Safe

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US Patent:
20040201472, Oct 14, 2004
Filed:
Apr 16, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/825876
Inventors:
Edward McGunn - Chicago IL,
James Ivey - osen IL,
Gregory Dylewski - Chicago IL,
Eduardo Barcellos - Posen IL,
International Classification:
G08B019/00
US Classification:
340/521000
Abstract:
The present invention generally relates to a method of monitoring a safe comprising the steps of providing () an electronic lock for the safe; receiving () information from a security device in an area proximate to the safe; and making () security information from the security device during a transaction with the electronic lock. According to another aspect of the invention, an apparatus for monitoring a safe comprises an electronic lock () incorporated in a safe; a control unit () coupled to the electronic lock; and a security system () coupled to the control unit.

Self Service Checkout System

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US Patent:
20040220859, Nov 4, 2004
Filed:
May 2, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/428365
Inventors:
Edward McGunn - Posen IL,
James Ivey - Posen IL,
Eduardo Barcellos - Posen IL,
Wagner Oliveira - Posen IL,
Assignee:
Corporate Safe Specialists, Inc.
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705/016000
Abstract:
A cash validation system is used with a point of sale system to provide a self service check out system. The cash validation system comprises a bill acceptor for receiving paper currency. A coin changer receives and dispenses coins. A control unit is operatively coupled to the bill acceptor and the coin changer for monitoring and commanding operation of the bill acceptor and the coin changer. An interface is operatively coupled between the control unit and the point of sale system for communicating information on received paper currency and coins to the point of sale system and receiving requests from the point of sale system to dispense change and response to the requests commanding operation of the coin changer.
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