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Naperville, IL   

Aurora, IL   

Batavia, IL   

St Charles, IL   

East Palestine, OH   

Work

Company: Generac power systems 2008 Position: Director of oem

Education

School / High School: Bradley University- Peoria, IL 1983 Specialities: Electrical Engineering

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William Slavik - Naperville, IL

Work:
Generac Power Systems 2008 to 2000
Director of OEM
Intellitec LLC - Lombard, IL 2000 to 2008
Director of Sales and Marketing
Control Products - Chanhassen, MN 1998 to 2000
Territory Sales Manager
National Controls Corporation - West Chicago, IL 1993 to 1998
Sales Representative
Intellitec - Lombard, IL 1987 to 1993
Field Service Supervisor/Marketing Representative
Education:
Bradley University - Peoria, IL 1983 to 1987
Electrical Engineering

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
William Slavik
Owner, Principal
Expert Electrical Contractors 23241 W Lincoln Hwy, Plainfield, IL 60586
PO Box 340, Minooka, IL 60447
William Slavik
Principal
William Slavik 11580 N Obrien Rd, Minooka, IL 60447

Publications

Us Patents

Teaching Device

US Patent:
4355984, Oct 26, 1982
Filed:
Mar 25, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/133850
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
William P. Carlson - Chicago IL
Michael J. McGowan - Downers Grove IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Lombard IL
International Classification:
G09B 702
G09B 706
US Classification:
434335
Abstract:
A teaching device includes a reading station provided with six on-off switches for automatically sensing a text key encoded as a pattern of punched holes in a text book. The teaching device automatically generates an answer key from the text key by means of a pseudo-random number generator which is run using the text key as a seed. The text book includes a number of multiple choice questions in which the correct answer corresponds to the answer designated in the answer key.

Recreational Vehicle Power Control System

US Patent:
4617472, Oct 14, 1986
Filed:
Nov 30, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/676570
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Downers Grove IL
International Classification:
H02J 314
US Classification:
307 10R
Abstract:
A power management system for a recreational vehicle operates automatically to disconnect a major electrical appliance, such as an air conditioner, heater or water heater, from power when the current drawn by additional appliances exceeds a preset current threshold. When the current drawn by these additional appliances falls below the threshold, the major appliance is automatically reconnected. A preferred embodiment of this invention operates to alternate between two or more air conditioners, heaters, or the like, to ensure that only one is connected to power at any given time, but that both are activated alternately and in sequence to provide efficient use of both air conditioners. In addition, preferred embodiments of this invention operate to interrupt operation of the air conditioners whenever the power voltage falls excessively low, and to ensure at least a preselected time delay between the time an air conditioner is stopped and restarted.

Level Sensing System

US Patent:
4739658, Apr 26, 1988
Filed:
Apr 2, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/847165
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Downers Grove IL
International Classification:
G01F 2324
G01N 2746
US Classification:
73313
Abstract:
A monitoring unit for remotely monitoring liquid levels in a container includes a common probe, a reference probe, and four sensing probes, each mounted to the container in electrical contact with liquid within the container. A liquid level sensing unit measures resistance between the common probe and the reference probe and uses the measured resistance as a threshold to determine which of the sensing probes is in contact with liquid in the container. In this way, the sensing unit is made substantially independent of the resistivity of the liquid in the container. The sensing unit is connected to an evaluating unit by a single conductor, and the sensing unit draws a variable amount of current through the conductor in accordance with the number of sensing probes in contact with liquid in the container. The conductor thus supplies power to the sensing unit and also transmits information from the sensing unit to the evaluating unit. The evaluating unit includes a current-to-voltage converter which generates voltage proportional to the current drawn by the sensing unit.

Data Entry Terminal And Memory Module Therefor

US Patent:
4682958, Jul 28, 1987
Filed:
Jan 30, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/696571
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
William P. Carlson - Hanover Pk. IL
George L. Cepynsky - Woodridge IL
Paul G. Dussault - Barrington IL
Steven E. Margison - Downers Grove IL
James A. Wolf - Deerfield IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Downers Grove IL
International Classification:
G09B 700
US Classification:
434335
Abstract:
A data entry terminal for storing a plurality of user generated answers is described which includes a removable volatile read/write memory module. The memory module is used to store formatting information used to configure the data entry terminal as appropriate for a particular set of questions. The memory module can for example store a set of correct answers as well as a set of user answers for each of the questions of the test, and it can store data used to disable certain functions of the data entry terminal, such as the ability of a user to revise an initially entered answer. The data entry terminal operates to record user answers in the portable memory module, which can then be removed from the data entry terminal and applied as an input to an external computer for analyzing user responses. The portable memory module includes a battery for powering a volatile semiconductor memory included in the module. The semiconductor memory is shielded against static discharge, and one of the chip enable terminals of the memory is coupled to a capacitor to prevent momentary voltage transients from changing the contents of the memory in an uncontrolled fashion.

Material Forming Machine Controller

US Patent:
4481589, Nov 6, 1984
Filed:
Jan 8, 1982
Appl. No.:
6/337901
Inventors:
Michael J. McGowan - Lombard IL
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
Carson D. Cash - Brookfield IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Lombard IL
International Classification:
G06F 1546
US Classification:
364474
Abstract:
A control method and apparatus for a metal-forming machine such as a cold heading machine are described. The described method and apparatus monitor machine operation during production and permit relatively large deviations from a prescribed norm over a short term without shutting down the machine, while ensuring longer term compliance to relatively small tolerances from the norm. The described controller first determines an average of a measured parameter such as the hit energy applied to a group of workpieces resulting in acceptable metal-forming during a training mode and then stores this average as a target value. The controller then establishes a set of tolerance windows to be used to control forming operations in a production mode. In production, the controller repeatedly measures the machine parameter and then compares selected averages of the measured parameter with the target value and the respective tolerance window, and indicates out-of-tolerance condition whenever one of the selected average falls outside the respective window. The tolerance windows are selected such that short term averages or single values of the measured parameter must deviate from the target values by larger amounts than long term averages before the controller signals an out-of-tolerance condition.

Recreational Vehicle Power Control System

US Patent:
4499385, Feb 12, 1985
Filed:
Jul 19, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/515350
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec, Inc. - Downer's Grove IL
International Classification:
H02J 314
US Classification:
307 10R
Abstract:
A power management system for a recreational vehicle which operates automatically to disconnect a major electrical appliance, such as an air conditioner, heater or water heater, from power when the current drawn by additional appliances exceeds a preset current threshold. When the current drawn by these additional appliances falls below the threshold, the major appliance is automatically reconnected. A preferred embodiment operates to alternate between two or more air conditioners, heaters, or the like, to ensure that only one is connected to power at any given time, but that both are activated alternately and in sequence to provide efficient use of both air conditioners. In addition, preferred embodiments operate to interrupt operation of the air conditioners whenever the power voltage falls excessively low, and to ensure at least a preselected time delay between the time an air conditioner is stopped and restarted.

Electrical Switch

US Patent:
5999072, Dec 7, 1999
Filed:
Feb 26, 1998
Appl. No.:
9/031030
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
Assignee:
Technical Products Group, Inc. - Lombard IL
International Classification:
H01H 6700
US Classification:
335207
Abstract:
An electrical switch includes a housing having walls extending continuously around a recess. A switch actuator is pivotally mounted in the housing in the recess and protected by the walls. First and second reed switches are mounted in the housing, and a magnet is mounted to the switch actuator and is pivotable between a first position, in which the magnet activates the first reed switch, and a second position, in which the magnet activates the second reed switch.

Electronic Game Apparatus

US Patent:
4322073, Mar 30, 1982
Filed:
Oct 27, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/955256
Inventors:
William H. Slavik - Palos Hills IL
John V. Moravec - Willow Springs IL
Assignee:
Nuvatec/Inc. - Lombard IL
International Classification:
A63F 900
US Classification:
273 16C
Abstract:
A game apparatus is disclosed having a one-dimensional array of LED's which are sequentially activated in first and second sweep sequences which proceed toward first and second goal indicators, respectively. First and second buttons are provided which operate to reverse the first and second sequences, respectively, and the object of the game is for each player to operate his button before the appropriate sweep sequence causes his goal indicator to be activated. The rate of each sweep is variable and a player can select a higher sweep rate for his opponent by delaying his reaction until a relatively later time in the sweep sequence. The score is displayed on the same indicators as are used to play the game, and successively higher scores correspond in sequence to the sequence in which the indicators are activated during play.

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