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1. WO/2016/187727 ELECTRONIC KEY FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERWO01.12.2016
H01S 3/03
PCT/CN2015/000344BEIJING RECI LASER TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.XU, Haijun
An electronic key for a carbon dioxide laser. The electronic key comprises a battery, a power management module of the battery, an LCD display screen, a sensor module, a microprocessor unit, and a communication port. The battery and the power management module of the battery are in charge of supplying power for all modules in the electronic key; the LCD display screen is configured to display a date code; the sensor module is configured to sense whether the electronic key is separated from a laser or not; the sensor module may generate, according to a connection status between the sensor module and the carbon dioxide laser, a corresponding status signal, and send same to a microprocessor; the communication port is configured to implement communication between the microprocessor unit and an external module; and the microprocessor unit receives the status signal, and drives the LCD display screen to display the corresponding date code.

2. WO/2016/187728 USE DATE VERIFICATION METHOD FOR CARBON DIOXIDE LASERWO01.12.2016
G06Q 30/00
PCT/CN2015/000345BEIJING RECI LASER TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.XU, Haijun
A use date verification method for a carbon dioxide laser. The method comprises: when carbon dioxide lasers leave a factory, scan two-dimensional codes of product labels to generate n groups of codes, store same in a database of a server and simultaneously write same in a storage area of electronic keys; when the carbon dioxide laser needs to be used, a sensor generates a signal after the electronic key is taken down from the laser, and a microprocessor freezes, according to a condition of the signal, a date to that day, generates a code for the date and displays same; a user scans a two-dimensional code on a label of a body of the laser by using WeChat or other two-dimensional code scanning software; skip to an authentication center website, and display information such as a tube number and date of production of the laser; the user enters the date code on the electronic key into a webpage, and submits same for activation; the server verifies whether the code is legal or not; the server automatically reads, according to the code submitted by the user and the scanned two-dimensional code, the tube number; match, search and locate an ordinal position of the code in the database; if the code is legal, determine a date corresponding to the code to be a guarantee repair beginning date of the laser; and if the wrong code is input for several times, default a date that is M days after the date of production to the guarantee repair beginning date of the laser, where n and M are natural numbers greater than 1. The method realizes verification for first-time use time of carbon dioxide lasers, and realizes anti-counterfeit verification, thereby being used for after service of the carbon dioxide lasers.

3. WO/2016/187729 TWO-STRING WINDING FASTENER FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000351HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A two-string winding fastener file case comprising a longitudinal string (X) planted onto a file case flap (H2), a longitudinal string (t) planted at the right side at the bottom within a case body (H) and extending outward, and rivet spacers (X1 and X2) arranged on the flap, constituting winding fasteners (Y1 and Y2), and used for fixing the case body (H) and the case cover (H1). During use, winding straps (t1 and t2) are correspondingly wrapped under the winding spacers on the corresponding rivets, thus implementing tight strapping. The file case is structurally simple and can be firmly strapped.

4. WO/2016/187730 FIRE RETARDANT FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000352HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A fire retardant file case consisting of a case body (D) and a case cover (D1). The fire retardant file case refers to either one having a binding fastener constituted by a fire retardant fabric binding strap or one having a catch formed by engaging a fire retardant hook-and-loop strap. There are four binding straps or overlapping fasteners formed by hook-and-loop straps or fire retardant binding straps. Both extremities of each fire retardant hook-and-loop strap or fire retardant binding strap are planted outward to the external. The binding straps or overlapping fasteners are provided at either extremity of one fire retardant hook-and-loop strap or fire retardant fabric binding strap. During use, the file case is fastened tight either by engaging the overlapping fasteners at corresponding points on either extremity of the fire retardant hook-and-loop strap or fire retardant fabric binding strap or by tying the binding strap into a bowknot to form the catch or binding fastener. The file case has the overlapping fasteners or binding straps that strap the file case provided inside and outside of the case body and of the case cover, breaks away from the inconvenience to archive works caused by using an industrial adhesive for fixing the binding straps of the file case, removes the shortcoming of the binding straps of the file case being prone to detachment and the hazards that formaldehyde poses to files and archive workers, is convenient to open and close, fastens firmly, and provides great fire retardation effects.

5. WO/2016/187731 FOUR-STRING WINDING FASTENER FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000353HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A four-string winding fastener file case comprising a case body (R) and a case cover (Y) and provided with inner and outer winding fasteners. The outer winding fastener is provided at the front edge of the case cover and the outer right side of the case body. The inner winding fastener is provided at both sides at the upper extremity of the case body. Four strings (s1, s2, z1, and z2) fix the winding fasteners. Both extremities of two of the strings are fixed by rivets (v1, v2, c1, and c2) to serve as winding fasteners. Both extremities of two of the strings are fixed by knots formed by selves to form winding straps, or, either extremity of the strings can be fixed by rivets, while the other extremity is fixed by knots formed by the strings themselves to form winding straps. Both extremities of each string run outward from the inside. The rivets, winding spacers, and winding straps are fixed at either extremity of one of the strings. The file case has the fixed winding straps and the strings of the winding fasteners planted directed into the case body and the case cover, and the points of force application are on the strings, thus providing firm bundling, great tightness, and protective effects for the case body and the case cover.

6. WO/2016/187732 THREE-STRAP INSERTION FASTENER FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000354HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A triple strap insertion fastener file case comprising a case body (A), a case cover (A1), and a flap (A2). Insertion fasteners (T1 and T2) are constituted by three longitudinal straps (x, y, and a) and two pins (e1 and e2). Both ends of two longitudinal straps (x and y) are planted outward from within the flap, run to the outside of the flap, and then run inward to the inside of the flap. The straps are fixed by being tied to selves or connected head-to-tail. Alternatively, two longitudinal straps are planted from the right side within the case bottom, run to the outside of the case bottom, run into holes of the pins, and then fixed by being tied to selves or connected head-to-tail. The file case is firm and durable.

7. WO/2016/187733 TWO LOOP-AND-ROD FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000355HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A two loop-and-rod file case. The two loop-and-rod file case is constituted by a case body (e) and a case cover (e1). A wrap fastener is formed by two long rods (L1 and L) and four straps (p, a, m, and d), among which one strap (p) is planted on the inside and outside of the case cover, while the other three straps (m, d, and a) are planted on the inside and outside of the case body. An inner wrap fastener is constituted by two lateral straps (m and d) and one lateral long rod (L1). An outer wrap fastener is constituted by two longitudinal straps (p and a) and one longitudinal long rod (L). An inner wrapping strap is constituted by strap m connected head-to-tail forming a loop. An outer wrapping strap is constituted by strap p connected head-to-tail forming a loop. The inner wrap fastener runs through the front and rear sides at the upper extremity and lower side of the case body. The outer wrap fastener runs through the front and rear sides of the front edge of the case cover. When the file case is tightly locked, the inner wrapped rods and the inner wrapping strap are connected as one rectangle, the outer wrapped rod and the outer wrapping strap are connected as one rectangle, and the force binding the file case is evenly distributed around the rectangles.

8. WO/2016/187734 SIX-STRAP INSERTION FASTENER FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000356HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A six-strap insertion fastener file case comprising a case body (P) and a case cover (P1) and provided with inner and outer insertion fasteners. The inner insertion fasteners (X1 and X2) are constituted by three lateral straps (E, A, and B) and two inner pins (E3 and E4). The outer insertion fasteners (X3 and X4) are constituted by three longitudinal straps (F, C, and D) and two outer pins (F3 and F4). Both extremities of the four straps (A, B, C, and D) forming an insertion set are planted and led outward and then planted and run in from another two holes and fixed by being tied to the straps themselves or connected head-to-tail. Both extremities of the two straps (E and F) fixing the pins are planted and led outward and strapped onto the pins. The file case is has the advantages of being firm in binding, environmentally friendly, durable, and free from formaldehyde hazards to a file manager and corrosion of files.

9. WO/2016/187735 LOOP-AND-ROD FILE CASEWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000357HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
An annularly sleeved rod file case comprising case body (B), a case cover (B1), and a flap (B2). A wrap fastener (W). The wrap fastener (W) is formed by two straps (Y2 and A) and one small rod (X). Both extremities of the vertical strap (Y2) are led outward from within the flap (B2), sleeve either extremity of the small rod (X), and then run inward to the opposite side of the flap (B2) to be tied with the strap (Y2) itself to fix the small rod. Both extremities of the other strap (A) is run via two holes (A1 and A2) on the outside of the case bottom into the inside of the case bottom to be connected head-to-tail to form one ring that constitutes a wrapping strap. The ring runs through the inside and outside of the case bottom. When in use, the case cover is covered first, the ring outside of the case bottom is pulled up, fitted at either extremity of the small rod (X), and jammed under the small rod (X), the wrap fastener (W) is locked in place, and the file case is locked tight. The small rod and the wrapping strap form one rectangle. The force binding the file case is evenly distributed around the rectangle. The file case is easy to bind, convenient to open and close, robust, and durable.

10. WO/2016/187736 FILE CASE BINDING-STRAP OVERLAPPING FASTENER APPARATUSWO01.12.2016
B42F 7/14
PCT/CN2015/000358HUA, HailiHUA, Haili
A file case binding-strap overlapping fastener apparatus comprising a file case. The file case consists of a case body (N and D), a case cover (N1 and D1), and a flap (N2 and D2). Without using glue, fixing apparatus made of a certain material in the form of overlapping fasteners (c1, c2, h1, and h2) or binding straps (L1, L2, R1, and R2) are planted directly on the inside and outside of the bottom part of the case body and on the inside and outside of the flap. The overlapping fasteners or binding straps are provided at either extremity of the fixing apparatus. Fixed locking fasteners or binding fasteners are connected via the overlapping fasteners or binding straps. When strapped tight, file case locking fasteners (y1 and y2), a vertical hook-and-loop fastener hook surface (h), and a vertical hook-and-look velvet surface (c) are joined as one rectangle, binding fasteners (v1 and v2) and straps (R and L) are joined as one rectangle, and a force is evenly distributed around the rectangles. The file case binding-strap overlapping fastener apparatus has the overlapping fasteners and the binding-straps planted directly on the inside and outside of the flap and of the case body, thus preventing the detachment of overlapping fasteners and binding straps that are fixed with glue.


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