||WO||WO/2014/035263 - IMPROVED EFFICIENCY NON-SELF TUNING WIRELESS POWER TRANSFER SYSTEMS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000154||AUCKLAND UNISERVICES LIMITED||COVIC, Grant, Anthony|
A primary resonant network for a wireless power transfer has a primary winding capable of being energised to provide a magnetic field, and a reactive component selected to constrain the reactive loading on a power supply which energises the primary resonant network. The reactive component is selected dependent on a given variation in inductance or capacitance of the primary resonant network and a given variation in inductance or capacitance of a secondary resonant network coupled to the primary resonant network.
||WO||WO/2014/035259 - WINDOW STAY, WINDOW SYSTEMS AND MOUNTING METHODS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000148||ASSA ABLOY NEW ZEALAND LIMITED||BROWNLIE, Susan Myrtle|
A window stay includes a frame plate configured for attachment to a window frame; a sash plate configured for attachment to a window sash; and one or more connecting elements connecting the frame plate and sash plate and configured to allow relative movement between the frame plate and sash plate. At least one of the frame plate and the sash plate includes a first cooperating element configured to engage with a second cooperating element in a window frame or window sash to provide a preliminary attachment of the frame plate or sash plate to the window frame or window sash during installation.
||WO||WO/2014/035261 - NASAL INTERFACES FOR RESPIRATORY THERAPY||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000152||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||HARWOOD, Jonathan David|
Patient interfaces for respiratory therapy in the form of nasal interfaces or nasal masks include features that enhance or provide lateral stability of the interface. At least some of the embodiments provide multiple facial contact points or areas located in the general areas of the user's cheeks and/or upper lip. Some embodiments of the nasal interfaces provide advantageous sealing characteristics. The nasal interfaces may provide a controlled expiratory flow to reduce noise. Some embodiments include nasal pillows instead of or in addition to nasal prongs. The nasal pillows can have exhaust vents or can change in length in response to a pressure level within the nasal pillow.
||WO||WO/2014/035260 - A POLYPHASE INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSFER SYSTEM WITH INDIVIDUAL CONTROL OF PHASES||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000151||AUCKLAND UNISERVICES LIMITED||MADAWALA, Udaya Kumara|
The present invention provides a polyphase inductive power transfer (IPT) system comprising a primary power supply comprising a plurality of primary conductors, the primary conductors being individually selectively operable to provide or receive a magnetic field for inductive power transfer; and at least one pick-up comprising one or more pick-up conductors, the one or more pick-up conductors each being individually selectively operable to magnetically couple with a primary conductor to control power transfer between the primary power supply and a load coupled or coupleable with the respective pick-up. The polyphase primary power supply may be used to power a plurality of single-phase pick-ups, one or more polyphase pick-ups, or a combination thereof. Also disclosed are polyphase primary and secondary converters for use in such a system.
||WO||WO/2014/035262 - REACTOR APPARATUS AND METHODS||06.03.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000153||MATTHEWS, John Brodie||MATTHEWS, John Brodie|
A bitumen or petroleum product processing apparatus includes a flow path through which bitumen or petroleum product and one or more reagents and/or catalysts flow. The apparatus may include a gas separation unit for removal of gas from the flow path. A pressure reducer may be positioned before the gas separation unit. The separation unit may include a separation volume that is elongate or flat in the horizontal plane, so as to maintain a high surface area relative to volume for bitumen or petroleum product in the separation volume. The separation unit may include a spray arrangement configured to spray bitumen or petroleum product mixed with gas into the separation volume. Two or more shut-down valves may be arranged to close a section of the flow path, thereby limiting or preventing ingress of air and/or oxygen into the closed section of the flow path when the apparatus is shut down. Two or more mixer stages may be arranged to operate in series or independently.
||WO||WO/2014/031012 - NOVEL PRODRUGS AND METHODS OF USE THEREOF||27.02.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000150||AUCKLAND UNISERVICES LIMITED||SMAILL, Jeffrey Bruce|
The invention relates to compounds of use as targeted cytotoxic agents and methods of use thereof. In particular, the invention relates to prodrugs that are substantially resistant to human AKR1C3 enzyme metabolism, methods of cell ablation using said compounds and methods of treatment of cancer and other hyperproliferative disorders using said compounds.
||WO||WO/2014/031011 - WEBSITE BUILDING TOOL||27.02.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000149||HIRST, Chris||HIRST, Chris|
The invention provides a website building tool in the form of an application that is accessible on a client device, particularly a mobile communication device, using a compatible browser to allow a user to create, edit and/or publish a website using the communication device. The method of creating and/or editing a website comprises providing to a client device, for display on the client device, a website preview occupying substantially the width of the touch-sensitive display and one or more edit function icons or edit function menu icons in a region occupying no more than one quarter of the display; permitting objects to be located on the preview free of layout constraints; receiving instructions to create and/or edit objects in the preview, the instructions being generated as a result of inputs to the touch-sensitive display; and creating / editing the website in accordance with the instructions.
||WO||WO/2014/031010 - RESPIRATORY ASSISTANCE APPARATUS||27.02.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000134||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED||SMITH, Malcolm David|
A respiratory assistance apparatus includes a conduit connecting a flow generator and an outlet. The conduit includes a venture formation. The apparatus further includes an oxygen inlet in fluid communication or selective fluid communication with an oxygen outlet. The oxygen outlet is directed into the conduit and toward a mouth of the venture formation. The flow generator provides a flow path for air to enter the conduit when the flow generator is not operating.
||WO||WO/2014/027901 - IMPROVEMENTS IN ANIMAL HANDLING SYSTEMS||20.02.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000144||HARRIS, Catherine Michelle||FAGAN, Robin Christopher Feltrim|
A holding device for the lead up of a race of a portable animal handling system, the device including a first wall, and a second wall facing the first wall, defining a passageway for an animal there between, characterised in that the first wall includes a panel, the panel configured to be pivotable about a vertical axis, such that in use, the passageway is substantially closed.
||WO||WO/2014/027904 - IMPROVEMENTS IN ANIMAL HANDLING DEVICES||20.02.2014||
||PCT/NZ2013/000147||HARRIS, Catherine Michelle||FAGAN, Robin Christopher Feltrim|
A portable livestock handling system including a wheeled chassis and an animal handling device, wherein the animal handling device includes a base, a first wall, and a second wall, wherein the walls are substantially at right angles to the base and wherein the second wall is pivotally moveable relative to the first wall, characterised in that the second wall includes a plurality of segments, wherein at least one segment is pivotally moveable relative to a second segment of the wall, wherein the moveable segment is configured to move in a first direction towards an animal positioned between the first and second walls and a second direction away from the animal.