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On Tuesday, August 2, 2016,
a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for
The USPTO has given the RATH
trademark serial number of 87123970.
The current federal status of this trademark filing is REGISTERED.
The correspondent listed for RATH is
STEPHANIE L. MELNICK of
********,********, ***** ****
The RATH trademark is filed in the category of
The description provided to the USPTO for RATH
is Communication systems, namely, emergency, information, area of rescue, and elevator telephones, and master and substation intercoms; free standing tower for mounting an emergency telephone to be incorporated therein; emergency broadcast system, namely, a telephone for reporting to a central station and an audio speaker for broadcasting a tone, message or announcement from the central station; software for verifying the integrity and recording the use of emergency and information phones; software for operating an emergency mass notification system; communication devices and systems, namely, communication devices consisting of flush and surface mounted call boxes with a speaker and microphone for reporting and communicating voice communication, namely, phones, emergency phones, master stations, and base stations installed in elevators, elevator lobbies, stairwells, pool areas, schools, commercial buildings and apartments; communication devices, namely, telephones, capable of calling one or multiple designated control points within a building; communication systems, namely, annunciation panels, in-room emergency pull strings, bedside emergency pull cords, in-room reporting devices and check-in switches; duty station and hallway notification systems comprised of visual annunciation devices above and near room entry ways installed within nursing homes, assisted living, retirement communities, hospitals, and general healthcare settings used by residents or patients to contact staff; duty station and hallway notification systems comprised of visual annunciation devices above and near room entry ways installed within nursing homes, assisted living, retirement communities, hospitals and general healthcare settings for use in contacting a main communication station; audio communication systems comprised of various communication technologies options, namely, digital, analog, voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), cellular, wireless local area networking devices powered via 480vac, 277vac, 120vac, 24dc, 12dc, and solar; phone line monitoring computer software and hardware that continuously tests reliability of communication devices to a central control point base station and/or a valid outside phone line; VoIP line integrity monitoring hardware and software; computerized monitoring hardware and software able to integrate into third party fire department control panels to notify emergency personnel of a system malfunction; internal and external emergency communication equipment that activates strobe lights, pinhole cameras and dome cameras for use in notifying third parties in the event of a malfunction.