Access control and alarm monitoring systems; Alarm monitoring systems; Alarms for the detection of inflammable gases; Automatic switching apparatus; Building security systems comprising software and hardware for providing picture, video, alarm status, building plans, and other information to a remote station; Camera hardware systems for IP (Internet protocol) video surveillance; Climate control systems consisting of digital thermostats for coo...
On Friday, November 23, 2012,
a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
The USPTO has given the INDRENS
trademark serial number of 85786098.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE.
The correspondent listed for INDRENS is
FEI DAI of
112 ALPACA DR, RICHMOND HILL, CANADA
The INDRENS trademark is filed in the category of
Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
The description provided to the USPTO for INDRENS
is Access control and alarm monitoring systems; Alarm monitoring systems; Alarms for the detection of inflammable gases; Automatic switching apparatus; Building security systems comprising software and hardware for providing picture, video, alarm status, building plans, and other information to a remote station; Camera hardware systems for IP (Internet protocol) video surveillance; Climate control systems consisting of digital thermostats for cooling equipment, and a programmable logic controller (PLC) with input and output features for temperature and humidity, which works with a remote digital read out controller; Climate control systems consisting of digital thermostats, air conditioning, heating, ventilation and drying control devices; Closed circuit TV systems for security and surveillance, namely, cameras, switchers, monitors, microphones, and recorders; Computer hardware and software system for remotely monitoring environmental conditions and controlling devices within a building, facility, grounds, or designated spatial area; Computer hardware for communicating audio, video and data between computers via a global computer network, wide-area computer networks, and peer-to-peer computer networks; Computer hardware for IP video surveillance; Computer hardware for telecommunications; Computer hardware for wireless content delivery; Computer keyboard controllers; Computer network adapters, switches, routers and hubs; Computer network hubs, switches and routers; Computer programs for editing images, sound and video; Computer software for controlling the operation of audio and video devices; Computer software for processing digital images; Computer software for wireless content delivery; Digital audio and video recorders and players; Digital entertainment systems for watching, storing and sharing digital content on a home computer network; Digital switching systems comprised of interconnected electromechanical and solid-state power management enclosures with standard and custom keypads for user remote control, the foregoing for use on marine helms and land-based vehicle dashboards; Electric control devices for heating and energy management; Electric control panels; Electrical and electronic burglar alarms; Electrical controllers; Electronic advertisement and messaging display unit with multi-networking (TCP/IP) capabilities and remote connectivity; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, cable television transmitters; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, communication link testers for testing communication links; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, digital transmitters; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, optical data links; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, optical receivers; Electronic and optical communications instruments and components, namely, optical transceivers; Electronic apparatus and devices for controlling access to pay-television services; Electronic automated beverage dispensing machines, not heated or cooled; Electronic controller for operating electronically alterable window tinting; Electronic controller to manage the power, movement and functions of an elevator; Electronic equipment for point-of-sales (POS) systems, namely, point-of-sale terminals, bar code readers, optical readers, advertisement display monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners, radio transmitters, radio receivers, computer hardware, and computer operating software; Electronic equipment, namely, transformers, baluns, cables used in connection with computers, computer peripheral devices, televisions, audio-video equipment, closed-circuit TV equipment and telecommunication equipment; Electronic navigational and positioning apparatus and instruments; Electronic personal emergency response system consisting of a device worn on the body with a button that users push to notify others in the event of an emergency, and a remote unit that dials out on the telephone for help; Electronic position indicator for onboard boat pontoon lifts; Electronic security token in the nature of a fob-like device used by an authorized user of a computer system facilitate authentication; Electronic switchers for audio and video signals; Electronic video surveillance products, namely, electronic components of security systems; Environmental enclosures, namely, structures specially adapted to hold and protect cameras from outdoor elements and tampering; Environmental monitoring system comprised of meters and sensors that measure pressure, humidity, temperature and includes alarm and reporting functions; Environmentally friendly automation systems, namely, embedded operating systems and pc based software, for monitoring specified conditions and controlling respective innovative devices within a designated area; Fire alarm and emergency evacuation devices, namely, fire alarm control panels, smoke detectors, heat detectors, alarm pull stations, audible and visible notification appliances, strobes, sirens, bells, horns, and speakers; Fire and smoke detectors; Gas appliance alarm timer for detecting and alerting the presence of gas flow after a prescribed period of time; Gas detectors for detecting the presence of gas; Home and office automation systems comprising wireless and wired controllers, controlled devices, and software for lighting, HVAC, security, safety and other home and office monitoring and control applications; Interactive, motion sensitive electronic announcer for recording and playback of an audio message or instruction; Mounting devices for cameras and monitors; Multi-function electronic device for use in children's rooms comprising a sound producing function, temperature gauge and also including a clock and nightlight; Remote control transmitter for radio-controlled devices; Remote controlled thermal imaging systems, not for medical use; Security alarm controllers; Security and fire alarms; Security control panels and motion detectors; Security devices, namely, mobile image projection device for displaying retinal images; Security lighting system for vehicles using radio frequency device; Security lights for outdoor use; Security products, namely, entry door systems comprising touch pads and security doors; Telecommunications equipment, namely, fiber-optic transceivers, fiber optic repeaters, converters and optimizers, wave division multiplexers, free-space optics transmission systems, switches including Ethernet switches and routers, fiber-to-the-home and ethernet-over-VDSL access aggregators, terminators and repeaters, and remote presence management products, namely, switches, and console, alarm, sensor and power management devices; Telecommunications hardware and software for monitoring and alerting remote sensor status via the Internet; Television apparatus for projection purposes; Televisions and monitors; Televisions and video recorders; Temperature controller for controlling temperature of medical instruments and containers for medical fluids; Temperature controllers for warming and cooling medical and surgical liquids, equipment and instruments; Thermal imaging systems, not for medical use; Thermometers not for medical use; Wireless controller to monitor and control the functioning of other electronic devices; Wireless indoor and outdoor speakers; Wireless receivers and transmitters for portable media players; Wireless remote temperature and humidity monitors for building maintenance.
Use in Commerce Trademark - Applicant has provided proof of use of this mark in commerce to USPTO.
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus.
First Use Anywhere: : 2/14/2008
First Use In Commerce: 2/14/2008