>> (PORTFOLIO) Scott VS. Jadoo And-Or Millenium Cell

The general claims chart exemplified below is one of many claims charts on multiple intellectual property assets invented by Scott. In addition to other proofs of ‘first-to-invent’ status, signed NDA’s, leaked competitor emails, internal competitor documents, federal file wrappers, news videos, whistle-blower testimony, court records and voluminous other evidence exists to support the veracity of the assertions over IP rights.

 

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PATENT CLAIM CHART ANALYSIS OF COPY CAT TECHNOLOGIES FROM JADOO (ALSO APPLIES TO MILLENIUM CELL BY REFERENCE)

SCOTT’S ISSUED PATENT

EVIDENCE FROM JADOO DOCUMENTATION

1. A system comprising:

This appears to be evidenced by the image and description of the N-Gen™ Fuel Cell Power Unit (1)

This appears to be evidenced by the image and description of the XRT™ Extended Runtime Adapter (2)

This appears to be evidenced by the image and description of the N-StorTM Fuel Canisters (3)

a hydrogen fuel container;

This appears to be evidenced by the image and description of the N-StorTM Fuel Canisters (3)

This appears to be evidenced by the drawing depicted on the cover of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4)

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “The N-Stor supplies the hydrogen fuel necessary to power Jadoo fuel cell products. The N-Stor contains a metal hydride powder that absorbs hydrogen and releases it upon demand from the fuel canister”, which appears in on page 3 of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4).

a material within the container to store hydrogen; and

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “The N-Stor contains a metal hydride powder that absorbs hydrogen and releases it upon demand from the fuel canister”, which appears in on page 3 of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4).

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “Instead of storing hydrogen in gaseous form, the N-StorTM uses metal hydrides”, which appears on page 2 of the article “Thirty Days With Jadoo Power” (5).

a probe to interrogate the material

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “The display panel on the side of the N-Stor displays information about the state-of-fill”, which appears on page 3 of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4).

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “The state-of-fill will automatically update based on fuel consumed by the N-Gen”, which appears on page 6 of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4).

This appears to be evidenced by the statement “Pressing the second button on the user interface scrolls you through additional information including liters per minute of hydrogen being consumed, data from the hydrogen sensors (emphasis added), total hydrogen consumed in liters and how long the unit has been running”, which appears on page 4 of the article “Thirty Days With Jadoo Power” (5).

fully contained within the container

A probe that is not fully contained within the canister does not appear to be shown in the image of the N-StorTM Fuel Canisters (3)

A probe that is not fully contained within the canister does not appear to be shown in the drawing depicted on the cover of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4)

That statement “The N-Stor can be filled/used with a failed battery and state-of-fill information will be maintained, but the canister display will not be functional”, appears on page 7 of the N-StorTM Users’ Guide (4). If the state-of-fill information is maintained without the display being functional then this appears to indicate that the display is not part of the probe.

without physical attachment to an external system.

Overall, the N-StorTM Users’ Guide and “Thirty Days With Jadoo Power” appear to indicate that the fuel indicator operates without requiring physical attachment to an external system. For example, page 6 of the N-StorTM Users Guide states “To activate the display, push and release the raised button”, without indicating that physical attachment to an external system is needed.

(1) “Fuel Cell Power Unit”, printed from the Jadoo website https://jadoopower.com/ fuel_cell.html, on October 4, 2007, one page.

(2) “XRT Extended Runtime Adapter”, printed from the Jadoo website https://jadoopower.com/accessories.html, on October 4, 2007, one page.

(3) “N-StorTM Fuel Cannisters”, printed from the Jadoo website http://jadoopower.com/ n_stor_fuel _canisters.html, on October 4, 2007, one page.

(4) “N-StorTM Users’ Guide”, printed from the Jadoo website http://jadoopower.com/pdfs/ User%20Guides/N-Stor%2011162006%20email.pdf, on October 4, 2007, pages 1-12.

(5) “Thirty Days With Jadoo Power”, printed from the Internet at http://jadoopower.com/pdfs/pdfs/Articles/2006_06-12_FuelCellWorks.pdf, on October 4, 2007, pages 1-9.