||WO||WO/2015/010214 - PROJECTION SCREEN FOR LASER PROJECTION SYSTEM||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2013/000136||OPTOTUNE AG||ASCHWANDEN, Manuel|
A projection screen (10) for a laser projection system (100) is dividable into at least 100000 projection pixels (pp) of identical area (app). Each of said projection pixels (pp) comprises a reference plane (r) with a surface normal (n) and a plurality of microsurfaces (sl...s2, s3...s4) in a first group (G1) and in a second group (G2), respectively. In the first group (G1), all microsurfaces (sl...s2) are arranged at a first orientation angle (al) to the surface normal (n) and in the second group (G2), all microsurfaces (s3...s4) are arranged at a second orientation angle (a2). Thus, an angular intensity distribution of the projection screen (10) does not vary to a very large degree over viewing angles smaller than 10°. Furthermore, in each group (G1, G2), all microsurfaces are arranged at different axial depths (dl...d2, d3...d4) from the reference plane (r) for inducing different phase shifts to reflected or transmitted light and thus for creating uncorrelated speckle patterns. By arranging the microsurfaces (sl...s2, s3...s4) such that a distribution of cumulated microsurface areas vs depth intervals is constant within a certain band for each group, subjective speckle contrast is reduced due to the superposition of a large enough number of the uncorrelated speckle patterns.
||WO||WO/2015/010218 - FAIL-SAFE DISTRIBUTED ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEM||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000110||KABA AG||BASIN, David|
A distributed system (1) comprises two or more components, where at least one of said components is a Policy Decision Point (PDP) (C2-C5, C7). Said PDP (C2-C5, C7) is capable of requesting information from another component (C1, C6, C8) of said distributed system (1), and said PDP (C2-C5, C7) is capable of executing an authorization process based on one or more policies defined in a policy language. Said policy language comprises a communicate command (Com1, Com3, Com5), an execution of which causes said PDP (C2-C5, C7) to request information from another component (C1, C6, C8) in said distributed system (1). Said policy language also comprises a fail operator, which defines handling of failures of said communicate command (Com1, Com3. Com5). Furthermore, an analysis tool for analyzing a result of an authorization process in a Policy Decision Point (PDP) (C2-C5, C7) is described.
||WO||WO/2015/010215 - DRIVE AND DOSING DEVICE WITH A STOP ELEMENT FOR PREVENTING THE SETTING OF A DOSE||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000090||TECPHARMA LICENSING AG||HIRSCHEL, Jürg|
A drive and dosing device for an injection device (Figure 6) whereby a cartridge is attached or can be attached to the drive and dosing device comprising: a) a housing b) A piston rod having a distal end, a proximal end and a thread and which is moveable in a dispensing direction with respect to the housing for dispensing a product, c) a rotation member which is operatively, particularly rotationally secured connected to a stop limiter and which is engaged with the thread of the piston rod whereby a rotation of the rotation member relative to the piston rod ensures that the piston rod with its distal end ahead is moved relative to the housing in the dispensing direction, d) a dose knob which is rotatable in a first direction relative to the housing and/or piston rod for increasing a dose that can be dispensed from the cartridge, e) a stop element with a catch and a thread engaging a thread of the piston rod whereby the dose knob is coupled with the stop element such that a rotation of the dose knob relative to the piston rod in the first direction results in a rotation of the stop element relative to the piston rod whereby the stop element is screwed towards the distal end of the piston rod and the catch is moved towards the stop limiter, f) whereby the stop element prevents setting a dose when the catch abuts the stop limiter.
||WO||WO/2015/010216 - VALVE ARRANGEMENT||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000105||EUGEN SEITZ AG||SCHMIDT, Joachim|
The invention relates to a valve arrangement (100) having a main valve (1) having a switching piston (2) guided in a valve housing (3), which switching piston (2) can be moved relative to the valve housing (3) between a first position, in which the main valve (1) is closed, and a second position, in which the main valve (1) is open. The switching piston (2) has a control surface (9), configured to face a control chamber (10) of the valve housing (3) and to transfer a control force onto the switching piston (2).
According to the invention, at least one bore (21; 27, 28) connecting a control air switching chamber (20) to the control chamber (10) in terms of flow is provided, by way of which control air can be introduced into the control chamber (10) for closing the main valve (1), and by way of which the control chamber (10) can be vented when opening the main valve (1). By way of a control air bore (23) terminating in the control air switching chamber (20), control air can be introduced to the control air switching chamber (20), wherein a venting bore (24) terminating in the control air switching chamber (20) is provided, by way of which the control chamber (10) can be vented when the main valve (1) is opened.
||WO||WO/2015/010217 - DIMIRACETAM IN THE TREATMENT OF DEPRESSION||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000109||NEUROTUNE AG||FARIELLO, Ruggero|
Dimiracetam or a solvate thereof is a suitable effective substance for being used in the treatment and/or prevention of depression.
||WO||WO/2015/010219 - METHOD AND DEVICE FOR TREATING CITY WATER AND/OR SPRING WATER||29.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000112||SONATEC INTER SÀRL||SOONAY, Gilbert|
The water is first introduced via a first pump (9) into a first circuit comprising an anti-blocking device (1). An osmosis unit (2) or a filtration device or an ultrafiltration device is arranged downstream of the anti-blocking device. The "pure water" that comes out of the osmosis unit or the filtration device or the ultrafiltration device is introduced via a second pump (20) into an accumulator tank (19), while the water rejected by the osmosis unit or the filtration device or the ultrafiltration device is filtered and decanted and reinjected into the first circuit upstream of the first pump (9), and finally the "pure water" of the accumulator tank is introduced into a second circuit feeding the whole building.
||WO||WO/2015/006878 - FIXING OF A FIRE-RESISTANT GLASS IN A FRAME||22.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000106||SAINT-GOBAIN GLASS FRANCE||WILDENHAIN, Klaus|
The fire-resistant component comprises at least one fire-resistant glass, for example in the form of a fire-resistant pane or a composite fire-resistant pane and a frame. The fire-resistant glass is held in a mounting on the frame so as to leave a rebate clearance space at the edge of the fire-resistant glass. A foamable seal is placed on the edge of the fire-resistant glass so that a foaming operation at least partially seals a passage through the rebate clearance space. The fire-resistant glass is fixed in the mounting by means of an adhesive.
||WO||WO/2015/006879 - MONITORING PRODUCT INTEGRITY OF A PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCT IN A VIAL USING A MINIATURIZED ELECTRONIC SENSOR TAG||22.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000107||Q-tag AG||TOBESCU, Corneliu|
The package (10) for a pharmaceutical product (24) comprises a vial and an electronic tag (1) for obtaining infomation relating to the integrity of the product (24) as assessed from an exposure of said product (24) to physical or environmental conditions during a time span. The tag (1) is attached at or to a constituent (86, 88) of said vial; or at least a portion (40) of said tag (1) is integrated in a constituent (81) of said vial. The tag (1) comprises an electronics unit (40) comprising a control unit (44), a sensor unit (44) comprising at least one sensor for monitoring said physical or environmental conditions, a display unit comprising a display (8) for displaying data relating to said integrity referred to as status data and a switch (9). The control unit (44) is structured and configured for effecting that said display unit displays said status data in reaction to an operation of said switch (9). A rip strip (3) may be bonded to the vial body (82).
||WO||WO/2015/006880 - SURGICAL TORQUE LIMITER||22.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000108||STARTECH ENGINEERING AG||OVERES, Tom|
The present application relates to a torque limiter (1) comprising a handle (2) with a mono- block cylindrical handle-body. The cylindrical handle-body includes a central through bore (3) having an axis (B) at a right angle to a longitudinal axis (A) of the cylindrical handle-body as well as a first pocket (4) and a second pocket (5). The first pocket (4) is arranged on a first side and the second pocket (5) is arranged on a second side of said cylindrical handle-body opposite of said first side. The first pocket (4) and the second pocket (5) are arranged along said longitudinal axis (A) and intersect each other in the area of said central through bore (3), each of said first pocket (4) and said second pocket (5) comprising at least one magnet (6a, 6b,7a, 7b; 35). Further, the torque limiter (1) comprises a mono-block shaft (20) having a central shaft (21) removably arranged in said central through bore (3), said central shaft (21 ) having a drive (23) arranged at a first end. The central shaft (21 ) comprises at least one protrusion (25, 26; 27) arranged at a second end and being at a right angle to a central axis (22) of said central shaft (21), said at least one protrusion (25, 26; 27) being sized and shaped to be arranged within said first pocket (4) or said second pocket (5) and to magnetically interact with the at least one magnet (6a, 6b,7a, 7b; 35) arranged in said first pocket (4) or said second pocket (5).
||WO||WO/2015/006876 - COUPLING DEVICE FOR MEDICAL INSTRUMENT OR MEDICAL POWER-TOOL CHUCK||22.01.2015||
||PCT/CH2014/000103||STARTECH ENGINEERING AG||OVERES, Tom|
The present application relates to a coupling device for a handle (3) of a medical tool (1) or medical power-tool chuck (30). The coupling device comprises a coupling-body (2) including a bore (6), a working axis (X) extending along said bore (6) and a seat (4) arranged at a first end (8) of said bore for receiving a tool-insert (10) with a central axis (Y) at an angle in reference to the working axis (X). The coupling-body (2) further comprises a protrusion (7) arranged within said bore (6), said protrusion (7) being configured to engage a groove (13) of the tool-insert (10) upon alignment of the central axis (Y) with the working axis (X). The engagement of the protrusion (7) with said groove (13) locks the tool- insert ( 1 0) within said coupling body (2).