||WO||WO/2014/167654 - SLIDE FASTENER AND METHOD FOR USE THEREOF||16.10.2014||
A slide fastener (100) is configured so that a fastener slider (80) can take: an unlocked state in which at least one front stop section (70) is sandwiched between a connection column (83) and a flange section (85) and the at least one front stop section (70) is not press-fitted between the connection column (83) and the flange section (85); and a locked state in which the at least one front stop section (70) is press-fitted between the connection column (83) and the flange section (85). Preferably, when the fastener slider (80) is in the locked state, the displacement of at least one fastener tape (51) occurring near the front stop section (70) can release the fastener slider (80) from the locked state.
||WO||WO/2014/167675 - ELECTRONIC DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060848||KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBA||YAMAMOTO, Koji|
According to an embodiment, an electronic apparatus is provided with a display processing means. The display processing means displays a first image and a rectangular selection frame in a display region of a display screen. The display processing means transforms the selection frame according to an input from an input means, and either reduces or enlarges the first image according to a location of a first point on the selection frame which is moved by the transformation.
||WO||WO/2014/167685 - NOZZLE RETRIEVAL DEVICE, NOZZLE RETRIEVAL DEVICE PLACEMENT BASE, NOZZLE REPLACEMENT SYSTEM, AND COMPONENT MOUNTING SYSTEM||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060916||YAMAHA HATSUDOKI KABUSHIKI KAISHA||AWANO, Yukinari|
In order to enable easy retrieval of a nozzle (N) from a nozzle stocker (8) housing the nozzle, a nozzle retrieval device (9) comprising an engagement member (91) that disengageably engages with the nozzle (N) is used to retrieve the nozzle (N). In other words, once this engagement member (91) is engaged to the nozzle (N) housed in a nozzle housing unit (81) in the nozzle stocker (8) and then separated from the nozzle stocker (8), the engagement member (91) retrieves the nozzle (N) from the nozzle housing unit (81) and holds same. Accordingly, an operator performing nozzle (N) retrieval work can retrieve the nozzle (N) simply by engaging the engagement member (91) to the nozzle (N), then separating same from the nozzle stocker (8). As a result, the nozzle (N) can be readily retrieved from the nozzle stocker (8) housing the nozzle (N).
||WO||WO/2014/167688 - OPHTHALMIC EXAMINATION DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060925||SHINKO SEIKI COMPANY, LIMITED||MATSUMOTO, Chota|
[Problem] To provide an ophthalmic examination device which has a simpler configuration than prior art and does not necessitate complex adjustment. [Solution] After light emitted from a light source (12) is corrected into parallel ray by a collimator lens (16), the light enters into an entry face (20) of a liquid-crystal shutter (18). On the entry face (20) of the liquid-crystal shutter (18), a first pattern and a second pattern form alternately thereon, the first pattern being a pattern in which the entirety of the entry face (20) is in a transmissive state (maximum transmission rate), and the second pattern being a pattern in which only a certain small portion (20a) of the entry face (20) is in a blocking state (minimum transmission rate). The light which is transmitted through the entry face (20) of the liquid-crystal shutter (18) is projected via an enlargement optical assembly (24) upon a subject eye. Thus, video with uniform brightness across the whole of the field of view and video wherein only a target corresponding to the portion (20a) of the entry face (20) of the liquid-crystal shutter (18) is dark and omitted are presented alternately to the subject eye. That is, a flickering target is presented.
||WO||WO/2014/167660 - DEHUMIDIFICATION DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060776||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ITO, Shinichi|
A dehumidification device (100), in which the amount of coolant flowing into a third heat exchanger (11c) acting as a condenser is adjusted, ensuring the amount of heat necessary for defrosting.
||WO||WO/2014/167672 - SCREEN DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060835||PIONEER CORPORATION||KIKUCHI, Ikuya|
This screen device is provided with: a screen; a support section that oscillatably supports the screen around a first axis, which is along one direction in the screen plane, and a second axis, which is along another direction intersecting the one direction in the screen plane; and a drive unit that drives the screen around a third axis differing from the directions of the first axis and the second axis.
||WO||WO/2014/167723 - SUBSTRATE APPEARANCE INSPECTION DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061106||FUJI MACHINE MFG. CO., LTD.||INAGAKI Mitsutaka|
Provided is a substrate appearance inspection device in which the inspection time can be reduced, taking individual differences between inspected components into account. This substrate appearance inspection device (1) is provided with: a component inspection data memory unit (11) for storing a plurality of items of component inspection data for one inspected component type; an inspection result aggregation unit (12) for aggregating inspection results obtained from inspecting the mounting state of inspected components using component inspection data in a past inspection; and an inspection unit (13) for selecting component inspection data used for inspection from a plurality of items of component inspection data stored in the component inspection data memory unit (11), and inspecting the mounting state of the inspected component using the selected component inspection data. The inspection unit (13) performs a selection sequentially from items of component inspection data for which the inspection result aggregated by the inspection result aggregation unit (12) is good, and performs an inspection.
||WO||WO/2014/167727 - POWER CONVERSION DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061113||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||SHIMOMUGI, Takuya|
To easily make a switching frequency changeable, this power conversion device (13) is provided with the following: a rectifying circuit (2) that is disposed between an AC power supply (1) and a load (12) and rectifies the voltage from said AC power supply (1); a smoothing unit (25) that smoothes the DC voltage on the load (12) side of the rectifying circuit (2); a short-circuiting unit (24) that is disposed on the AC-power-supply (1) side of the smoothing unit (25) and short-circuits the AC power supply (1); a voltage-increasing inductor (4) disposed on the AC-power-supply (1) side of the short-circuiting unit (24); an inductor-current detection unit (8) that detects the amount of current flowing through the voltage-increasing inductor (4) and/or a bus-conductor-voltage detection unit (9) that detects the output voltage of the smoothing unit (25); a reverse-current prevention element (6) that prevents current from flowing from the smoothing unit (25) back towards the AC power supply (1); a switching control unit (10) that generates drive pulses from an output signal from the inductor-current detection unit (8) or the bus-conductor-voltage detection unit (9) and outputs a control signal for the short-circuiting unit (24); and a switching-frequency changing unit (11) that is disposed between the switching control unit (10) and the short-circuiting unit (24) and can change the frequency of the control signal via logical operations.
||WO||WO/2014/167732 - HYDRAULIC CYLINDER STROKE MOVEMENT CALIBRATION CONTROL DEVICE, AND HYDRAULIC CYLINDER STROKE MOVEMENT CALIBRATION CONTROL METHOD||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061122||KOMATSU LTD.||IKEGAMI, Katsuhiro|
This stroke movement calibration control device is provided with: a stroke sensor (10) which is arranged on a hydraulic cylinder and measures the stroke length of said hydraulic cylinder; a rotary encoder (20) and magnetic sensor (20a) which measure the reset reference point to which to reset the measured value of the stroke length as measured by the stroke sensor (10); a stroke end detection processing unit (30a) which detects the stroke end position of the hydraulic cylinder; and a calibration processing unit (30b) which calibrates the measured value of the stroke length if the reset reference point and/or the stroke end position is detected, wherein during device power supply startup, resetting is prohibited until the stroke length has passed the reset reference point.
||WO||WO/2014/167659 - OPTICAL INFORMATION RECORDING AND RECONSTRUCTING DEVICE||16.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/060772||HITACHI CONSUMER ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.||FUJITA, Kouji|
In a hologram recording in which the interference pattern of a signal beam and a reference beam is recorded as page data, a holographically reconstructed image that exhibits good reconstructed data quality can be acquired when the relative positions of a hologram recording within a recording medium associated with an optical system during reconstruction and during recording, match.
However, because the distance between the optical system base point during recording and the recording medium changes per recording location due to mechanical flaws in the recording medium and differences in mechanisms that support the recording medium, the depth of the hologram recording within the recording medium changes. Hence, during reconstruction, the hologram cannot be reconstructed at high speed. In the present invention, the distance between the optical system base point, which is associated with a recording medium address during recording, and the recording medium is measured, and said distance is recorded in a memory. During reconstruction, distance information, which is the distance of the recording medium from the memory that is associated with a recording medium reconstruction address, is read, and the position of an aperture filter is adjusted at high speed in the optical axis direction on the basis of the read distance information and a distance measurement result for the optical system base point during reconstruction and the recording medium. Thus, the relative positions of the hologram within the recorded medium associated with the optical system during reconstruction and during recording can be matched.