||WO||WO/2014/174559 - LIGHT SOURCE APPARATUS AND IMAGE DISPLAY APPARATUS||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061713||HITACHI MAXELL, LTD.||ADACHI, Kei|
Provided is a light source apparatus wherein an increase of the number of constituting components is suppressed, while using a plurality of light sources.
This light source apparatus is provided with: a first excitation light source that generates first excitation light; a second excitation light source that generates second excitation light; a fluorescent wheel having a fluorescent material that generates fluorescent light by being excited by means of the first and second excitation light; and an optical system, which guides the first excitation light to a first light emitting point on the fluorescent wheel, and the second excitation light to a second light emitting point on the fluorescent wheel, and which outputs fluorescent light from the first and second light emitting points as lighting light. The fluorescent wheel may be provided with a diffusion section that diffuses the first and second excitation light and generates diffused excitation light. Furthermore, the optical system may output, as the lighting light, the fluorescent light from the first and second light emitting points, and the diffused excitation light.
||WO||WO/2014/174561 - MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE APPARATUS AND MAINTENANCE ASSISTANCE METHOD||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/061715||HITACHI, LTD.||OTA, Nobuyuki|
It has not been hitherto possible to determine the cost and effect of implementing a countermeasure (exception process) against an exception which occurs during regular maintenance performed using, in cooperation, devices and equipment managed by different enterprises. A data acquisition unit obtains data relating to: a maintenance schedule of each of a plurality of maintenance workers, an exception which occurs during maintenance performed in cooperation by the plurality of maintenance workers, exception processes for handling the exception, the cost of implementing each exception process, the amount of damage incurred by the exception, and the amount of damage reduction effected by each exception process. A control unit selects, on the basis of the obtained data, a plurality of exception processes for handling the exception, and compares and outputs the cost of implementing each exception process, as well as the amount of damage reduction effected by the exception process.
||WO||WO/2014/174547 - SYSTEM CONTROL METHOD, PORTABLE INFORMATION TERMINAL CONTROL METHOD, AND SERVER CONTROL METHOD||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/002684||FUJITSU LIMITED||SAKAMOTO, Takuya|
[Problem] To assist effective use of content that has been downloaded to a portable information terminal.
[Solution] A system control method for downloading content from a server to a portable information terminal, said system control method comprising: extracting attribute information about an object contained in an input image to the portable information terminal; extracting attribute information about the content; and, on the basis of comparison of the attribute information about the object and the attribute information about the content, displaying information about the content in such a way that the information about the content is associated with the object.
||WO||WO/2014/174622 - DEHUMIDIFYING DEVICE||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062126||MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION||ITO, Shinichi|
In the present invention, a first heat exchanger (4), a dessicant block (7), and a second heat exchanger (6) are disposed in series. Also, during a dehumidifying operation, there is the repetition in alternation of a first operating mode, in which the first heat exchanger (4) operates as a condenser or a radiator and the second heat exchanger (6) operates as an evaporator, and a second operating mode, in which the first heat exchanger operates as an evaporator and the second heat exchanger (6) operates a condenser or a radiator. Also, the amount of decompression during the first operating mode is controlled to be less than the amount of decompression during the second operating mode, and thereby the amount of dehumidification is increased by causing the degree of overheating of the evaporator (the second heat exchanger (6) in the first operating mode and the first heat exchanger (4) in the second operating mode) to be appropriate in both the first operating mode and the second operating mode.
||WO||WO/2014/174635 - LED BACKLIGHT DRIVER CIRCUIT AND LED BACKLIGHT FAULT DETECTION METHOD||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062225||NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS, LTD.||NAKAZAWA Takuya|
An LED backlight driver circuit is provided with a power circuit for supplying a driver current to each of a plurality of LED arrays constituting the backlight of a display device, a voltage regulation unit for varying, according to the LED array, the voltage from the power circuit supplied to the LED array, a current selector for supplying the output voltage from the voltage regulation unit to either of the LED arrays, a current detection unit for detecting the current running in the LED array, a storage unit for storing the initial current value during initialization operation of each LED array as detected by the current detection unit, and a fault detection unit for detecting a fault in each LED array by comparing the driver current value during normal operation of each LED array and the initial current value during initialization operation of each LED array as stored by the storage unit.
||WO||WO/2014/174655 - SCROLL COMPRESSOR||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062319||HITACHI APPLIANCES, INC.||MATSUMURA Shoji|
Provided is a compressor which, when a release valve device is provided therein, the deformation of both a hold-down section and a release valve receiver is reduced to improve the reliability. This scroll compressor is provided with a release valve device for connecting a compression chamber and a discharge pressure space which is located above a stationary scroll, thereby allowing an operating fluid to flow from the compression chamber to the discharge pressure space. The release valve device comprises: a release valve which opens and closes a release hole passage which connects to the compression chamber; a release valve receiver which receives the release valve when the release valve is opened; and a hold-down section which holds down the release valve receiver from above when the release valve receiver releases pressure. The hold-down section has formed therein: a first hole which corresponds to the discharge opening of the stationary scroll, the discharge opening allowing an operating fluid compressed by the compression chamber to flow thereout of; and a second hole which corresponds to the release valve device. The first hole and the second hole are not connected to each other, and the first hole is disposed at a position separated from the second hole. Consequently, the first hole and the discharge opening are formed so that a portion of each of the first hole and the discharge opening does not overlap each other.
||WO||WO/2014/174657 - PROJECTION-TYPE VIDEO DISPLAY DEVICE||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062321||HITACHI MAXELL, LTD.||URATA Hiroyuki|
The present invention provides a projection-type video display device capable of easily connecting with a portable terminal by radio and displaying video from a plurality of terminals by freely switching the video. Connection with a portable terminal (2) is made directly by a radio transmission scheme without using a repeater station. The present invention has a proximity communication unit (10) for transmitting/receiving device information about a projection-type video display device (1) to and from portable devices, such that the device information is transmitted/received by holding the portable terminal (2) over or allowing the portable terminal (2) to touch the proximity communication unit (10). The present invention also has a radio signal input unit (20) for selecting a desired portable terminal to connect with from among the plurality of portable terminals.
||WO||WO/2014/174631 - DISPLAY DEVICE INSPECTING APPARATUS, AND DISPLAY DEVICE INSPECTING METHOD||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062208||NEC DISPLAY SOLUTIONS, LTD.||ARAI Yutaka|
Included are: a test image generation unit (11) for generating a test image including graphics having mutually different gray scales and for generating an answer for the test image; a display unit (12) for displaying the test image; an input unit (13) for inputting a visual recognition result for the displayed test image; a determination unit (14) for determining, on the basis of the answer and the visual recognition result that correspond to the test image, whether the answer matches the visual recognition result; a storage unit (15) for storing the determination result; and an output unit (16) for outputting the stored determination result.
||WO||WO/2014/174674 - IMAGE PROCESSING PROGRAM, IMAGE PROCESSING METHOD AND INFORMATION TERMINAL||30.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/062431||FUJITSU LIMITED||JO, Yuka|
An information terminal (10) has a screen, a first sensor provided on the reverse side of the surface onto which the screen is disposed, and a second sensor, and the information terminal displays on the screen a first subject image picked up by the first sensor. When doing so, the information terminal (10) alters the degree of enlargement and reduction and the display position of the first subject image, in accordance with the position of a second subject image picked up by the second sensor provided to the information terminal (10).
||WO||WO/2014/174577 - INJECTION MOLDING ELEMENT FOR SLIDE FASTENER AND SLIDE FASTENER PROVIDED WITH SAME||30.10.2014||
Provided is an injection molding element for a slide fastener which retains a high strength for practical use, in which a fastener tape does not undulate subsequent to attachment, and which has superior moldability. The present invention is an injection molding element for a slide fastener having as a material a polyamide resin composition containing a polyamide resin with a glass transition temperature of 40 to 70°C, said injection molding element being such that the above-mentioned composition has a melt flow rate of 5 to 40 g/10 mins., and in a total of 100 parts by weight of the polyamide resin and a reinforcement fiber, 40 to 60 parts by weight of the reinforcement fiber are contained.