Uni-Structures Patents

Digital display mounting and lift bracket
A digital display mounting and lift bracket can be employed to mount a display device to a wall or other surface or within an enclosure.
Filed: July 19, 2016
Mobile wireless order point and pick-up station
An apparatus can be employed as a mobile wireless order point and pick-up station. The apparatus can be configured to house a display device and to allow the display device to be used in many different locations for the purpose of receiving and/or picking up orders. 
Filed: July 6, 2016
Display enclosure with passive cooling system
A display enclosure can include a passive cooling system that includes an exhaust channel and a number of fans. The configuration of the exhaust channel can cause airflow to ingress through one side of the display enclosure, circulate through the display enclosure, and then egress through the same side. 
 Filed: May 18, 2015
Manual switch system for outputting multimedia content to a digital sign
The present invention extends to a manual switch system for selecting multimedia content from one or various source inputs to be provided to a digital display. The manual switch system of the present invention provides a compact, convenient, and simple to use solution for updating a digital display in many environments.
Filed: August 8, 2012
Combination awning bracket and light support system
Components for constructing and installing an awning and light support system to provide sun and weather protection to a window or door of a structure are disclosed. 
Filed: November 30, 2007
Canopy assembly pivotable by over-height vehicle
A canopy assembly for use at fast food restaurants or the like and beneath which vehicles normally drive. An over-height impact bar is carried by a frame of the canopy assembly and when struck, first energizes an alarm and then travels over a first lost motion distance enabling a driver to react to the alarm and stop the vehicle before it strikes the canopy. Should the driver not stop, the impact bar travels a second lost motion distance to cause a latch to be unlatched and permit the assembly to be swung by the oncoming vehicle clear of its path of movement.
Filed: August 10, 1993