Pat Adamson

Pat AdamsonDesign Director

After serving in the United States Air Force for four years, Pat Adamson worked at the University of Colorado for the next 12 years as Project engineer at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, Bioengineer at the CardioVascular Pulmonary Laboratory at the CU Medical Center, and Director of the Instrument Development Laboratory in Electrical Engineering.

Pat was the Owner and Engineer of Video Aids of Colorado (professional video equipment),
Inventor and President of Turbulence Prediction Systems for prediction of airborne hazards.

He was granted three NASA SBIR awards –two Phase I and one Phase II, and is the Inventor and President of Easylite Fluorescent Ballasts – first dimming T8 four-lamp ballast.

In addition, Pat is Engineer at Colorado VNET home automation Systems and an Independent Electrical Consultant since 2005.

He is the holder of 29 issued patents and 12 pending patents, holder of Amateur Radio General Class License.

For solace and inspiration, Pat enjoys his hobbies of Digital Photography and Hiking in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

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• Program Management
• Product Development
• SIX SIGMA design
• Analog circuits
• Bioengineering
• Prototype circuits
• H-Bridge three-phase control
• Switched mode power supplies
• VENABLE measurements
• Sensors
• Power factor based circuits
• Microcontrollers
• Infrared sensing
• Dimming fluorescent ballast
• Pre-scan FCC measurements
• UL standards guidance
• EMC measurements,
• EMC susceptibility
• ESD mitigation,
• Amplifier circuits
• Home automation,
• Ultrasound
• Environmental validation
• Margins testing
• Battery management systems
• Design for Production
• Design for Manufacturability
• Design for Reliability
• Design for Assembly