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1. WO1992022146 - DISPOSITIF D'ENCLENCHEMENT DE BOITIER DE PILES POUR RECEPTEUR RADIO PORTATIF

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Claims
1. An energy source housing, for a radio, comprising:
a first end;
a second end opposite the first end; and
latching means for latching the energy source housing to the radio, the latching means being located in the first end of the energy source housing;
the latching means being movable from a first position, in which the energy source housing is latched to the radio, to a second position, in which the energy source housing is unlatched from the radio, and movable from the second position to the first position;
the latching means comprising:
retainer means for latching the energy source housing to the radio; and
spring means for urging the energy source housing toward the first position when the latching means is in the second position.

2. A latch, located at a first end of a first housing, for latching the first end of the first housing to a first end of a second housing, the latch comprising:
first spring means for biasing the latch toward a latched position;
second spring means for ejecting the first housing from the second housing when the latch is moved from the latched position to an unlatched position; and
retainer means for latching the first end of the first housing to the first end of the second housing.

3. A radio assembly comprising:
a radio housing, having first and second ends;
radio circuitry contained within the radio housing;
a second housing, having first and second ends, for attaching to the radio housing;
the second housing comprising latching means
comprising:
first spring means for biasing the latching means toward a latched position;
second spring means for ejecting the second housing from the radio housing when the latching means is moved from the latched position to an unlatched position; and
retainer means for latching the first end of the second housing to the first end of the second housing.

4. The radio assembly of claim 15, wherein the radio housing further comprises:
a protrusion extending from the first end of the radio housing such that it is retained within the retainer means when the latching means is in the latched position

5. The radio assembly of claim 1 wherein the second housing comprises detent means for limiting over-travel of the latching means.

6. The radio assembly of claim 1 wherein the second housing comprises:
a battery housing having a receiving slot; and
a battery cover for covering the battery housing, the battery cover having the latching means extending from the battery cover and protruding through the receiving slot.

7. The radio assembly of claim 1 wherein the second housing comprises:
a battery housing having a protective sheath member surrounding a battery cell compartment, the protective sheath member having a receiving slot; and
a battery cover for covering the battery cell compartment, the battery cover having the latching means extending from the battery cover and protruding through the receiving slot.

8. The energy source housing of claim 1 , wherein the energy source housing further comprises a first protrusion extending therefrom, the first protrusion fitting within the retainer means.

9. The energy source housing of claim 25, wherein the radio further comprises a second protrusion extending therefrom, the first and second protrusions fitting within the retainer means.

10. An energy source housing, for a radio, comprising:
a first end having a receiving slot; and
latching means for latching the energy source housing to the radio, the latching means being located in the first end of the energy source housing and retained by the receiving slot for preventing over-travel of the latching means;
the latching means being movable from a first position, in which the energy source housing is latched to the radio, to a second position, in which the energy source housing is unlatched from the radio, and movable from the second position to the first position;
the latching means comprising:
retainer means for latching the energy source housing to the radio; and
spring means for urging the energy source housing toward the first position when the latching means is in the second position.