||WO||WO/2014/124478 - IMPROVEMENTS RELATING TO GEAR MECHANISMS||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000142||ULTIMATE POWER & ENERGY LIMITED||YANG, ZeMing|
A gear mechanism (2) comprising: a rotatable member (22); a track member (24); a first axle member (40) disposed on the rotatable member (22); a first gear member (26) adapted to rotate on the first axle member (22), and rotatably track along the track member (24), during rotation of the rotatable member (22); and a second gear member (28) adapted to be linked with the first gear member (26) so as to enable transmission of motion between the first and second gear members (26 & 28).
||WO||WO/2014/124479 - A COOLER BOX WITH SIDE DRAWER ACCESS||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/000475||SMITH, Adam William||SMITH, Adam William|
A cooler box of insulating material with a lid and having a drawer whereby the user can access contents of the cooler box while seated on the lid.
||WO||WO/2014/124495 - A CELL MODULE||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000125||RAYGEN RESOURCES PTY LTD||LASICH, John Beavis|
A photovoltaic cell assembly suitable for use in a dense array concentrated photovoltaic cell module includes a plurality of photovoltaic cells (7) mounted on a substrate and a by-pass diode (53) associated with each cell to allow the cell to be by-passed in the electrical circuit in the event that the cell fails or has low illumination. The diodes are positioned in the shadows of the cells. The diodes provide direct pathways for heat and electricity from the cells to the substrate.
||WO||WO/2014/124480 - EXERCISE APPARATUS, SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED METHOD||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2013/001326||WOOD, Nathan Richard||WOOD, Nathan Richard|
An apparatus (10) for exercise in which a user strikes the apparatus (10), the apparatus (10) including: a body (12) and a sensor assembly (16) located at least partially within the body (12); wherein the sensor assembly (16) includes pressure sensor (18) having a fluid filled housing (95) with a flexible surface (93), the sensor assembly (16) being configured to generate an impact signal associated with deflection of the flexible surface (93) of the pressure sensor (18), and wherein the flexible surface (93) of the pressure sensor (18) is positioned relative to a striking portion (14) of the body (12) such that impacting the striking portion (14) of the body (12) deflects the flexible surface of the pressure sensor (18) thereby generating the impact signal.
||WO||WO/2014/124482 - A WHEELED VEHICLE AND A METHOD OF OPERATION THEREOF||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000071||SUTTON, Robert||SUTTON, Robert|
The present invention relates to a wheeled vehicle and a method of operation thereof. The invention is particularly suitable for use in relation to mobility aids for the disabled. The wheeled vehicle includes a frame, a first wheel assembly including first and second wheels having parallel and spaced apart axes of rotation, wherein the first and second wheels are adapted to pivot about a first pivot axis relative to the frame, and a second wheel assembly including a third wheel adapted to pivot about a second pivot axis relative to the frame. Some embodiments are adapted to provide a wheeled vehicle that is capable for ascending and/or descending a step. Some embodiments are adapted to facilitate pivoting of the first and second wheel assemblies using a single actuator.
||WO||WO/2014/124485 - CONTROLLING USAGE OF ACQUIRER TOKENS STORED WITHIN A MERCHANT SYSTEM||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000110||TOUCH NETWORKS AUSTRALIA PTY LTD||VAN, Jason Andrew|
A method for controlling usage of one or more acquirer tokens stored within a merchant system. The method comprises receiving a payment request to make a payment corresponding to a user account having associated therewith an acquirer token that enables payment to be made by communication of the acquirer token to an acquirer system, determining whether to allow the payment to be made by communicating the acquirer token to the acquirer system based on whether a payment channel via which the payment request is received is authorised for use of the acquirer token, and communicating the acquirer token to the acquirer system upon a positive determination to allow the payment.
||WO||WO/2014/124488 - PAINT CONTAINER||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000116||ZIMDAHL, Allen Patrick||ZIMDAHL, Allen Patrick|
A paint container (10) comprising a main body (12) for receiving paint wherein the main body comprises a side wall (16) and an outwardly tapering rim portion (18) at an upper end of the side wall (16). A tubular member (14) is provided, a lower end of which is receivable within the rim portion (18). First connectors (26) are provided on an outer surface of the tubular member (14) and second connectors (27) are provided on an inner surface (30) of the rim portion (18). Each of the first connectors (26) engages with a corresponding one of the second connectors (27) such that the tubular member (14) is supported within the rim portion (18) to define an annular aperture between the lower end of the tubular member (14) and the main body (12) of the paint container (10).
||WO||WO/2014/124489 - CONVEYOR SUPPORT DRIVE SYSTEM||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000117||PSPT HOLDINGS PTY LTD||INGLESON, Paul|
An arrangement for driving a conveyor includes a continuous chain-driven loop located inside a conveyor belt loop. The chain-driven loop engages an inner face of the conveyor, and driving impetus is provided by friction.
||WO||WO/2014/124500 - A SYSTEM FOR PROCESSING ORGANIC WASTE||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000137||CRC CARE PTY LTD||NAIDU, Ravendra|
A method and system for processing organic waste including: an anaerobic bioreactor for fermenting the organic waste to generate biogas, the anaerobic bioreactor including: an inlet for receiving said organic waste in the anaerobic bioreactor; an outlet for outputting said organic waste from the anaerobic bioreactor; a fermentation tank disposed between the inlet and the outlet for fermenting the organic waste passing therethrough to generate the biogas; and a biogas outlet for outputting the biogas generated in the fermentation tank; and an aerobic bioreactor covering at least in part the anaerobic bioreactor and containing a further organic waste, whereby the further organic waste in the aerobic bioreactor decomposes and thermally regulates the anaerobic bioreactor.
||WO||WO/2014/124483 - POSITION SENSING APPARATUS AND METHOD||21.08.2014||
||PCT/AU2014/000078||DEAKIN UNIVERSITY||PATHIRANA, Pubudu Nishantha|
Method and apparatus for detecting position of a part of the body of a user. A wearable emitter unit (16) is worn by the user, the emitter unit being worn by at a location adjacent the part of a body of the user. A radio signal propagated from the emitter unit (16) is received by a receiving unit (14), at antennae (52). Differences in times of arrival of the radio signal at ones of four different pairs of the antennae (52) are determined and, from the detected differences, the three-dimensional position of the emitter unit, and thus the part of the body of the user, is determined.