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1. (WO2019009884) AIDE VISUELLE À LA CONDUITE POUR VISIÈRE DE VÉHICULE
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Claims

What is claimed is:

1. A visor assembly for blocking sunlight from a field of vision of a driver, improving visibility for the driver, and being motorized for positional adjustment, comprising:

a top edge, a bottom edge, a left side, and a right side;

a visor ridge, being a folded ridge for providing a foundation for the visor assembly, and having a first end and a second end;

a plurality of visor clamps for clamping onto the top edge of the visor assembly;

a plurality of tinted visors being positioned in series with respect to each other, and secured in place by a pair of tint railings, each of the tint railings being placed respectively with one on the left side of the visor assembly and one on the right side of the visor assembly;

wherein the tinted visors are configured to be set in a stowed position, positioned upward, and lowered into the field of vision of the driver, allowing sunlight to pass through the tinted visors to be filtered;

each of the tinted visors having a top edge, at which a placement rod holds each of the tinted visors in place;

a tint sleeve surrounding each of the placement rods of each of the tinted visors, and surrounding the top edge of each of the tinted visors, the placement rods securing each of the tinted visors via a plurality of adjustment slots located along each of the tinted visors, each of the tint railings having a tint track for providing movement of the tinted visors along thereof;

a position-control section of the visor assembly, being located adjacent to the tint railings of the visor assembly, for allowing the visor assembly to be positionally-adjusted, comprising:

a casing comprising a section for a pair of mini motors and a section for a battery cartridge, and the pair of mini motors each being held in place by a mount;

the pair of mini motors for operating the position-control section; the casing further comprising a first pair of buttons;

the first pair of buttons comprising a button for forward motion of the position- control section of the visor assembly and a button for reverse motion of the position- control section of the visor assembly;

the second pair of buttons comprising a button for forward motion of the position- control section of the visor assembly and a button for reverse motion of the position- control section of the visor assembly;

the first pair of buttons controlling motion of a first drive shaft for controlling position of the visor assembly; and

the second pair of buttons controlling motion of a second drive shaft for controlling position of the visor assembly.

2. The visor assembly of claim 1, further comprising:

a plurality of pairs of clamp screws, located on each of the visor clamps, for attaching the visor ridge to each of the visor clamps; and

a pair of pairs of tint railing screws, with each pair of tint railing screws being respectively located on the first end of the visor ridge and on the second end of the visor ridge, for securing each of the tint railings to the visor ridge.

3. The visor assembly of claim 1, wherein the casing has a group of three casing ports for affixing the casing to one of the tint railings via fasteners.

4. The visor assembly of claim 1, further comprising:

each of the first drive shaft and the second drive shaft having an axis, and each being held in place by a drive shaft through port;

a first drive wheel being located about the axis of the first drive shaft;

a second drive wheel being located about the axis of the second drive shaft; and a torque rod being located along a centrally-located horizontal axis between the first drive shaft and the second drive shaft, maintaining the distance between the tint railings and reducing potential flexing.

5. The visor assembly of claim 1, further comprising:

a pair of track pins being etched into the top edge of the battery cartridge for stabilizing the visor assembly;

a tint arm being located at one of the tint tracks for holding one of the track pins in place; and

a pair of tint arm wheel pressure treads for allowing the first drive wheel and the second drive wheel to roll the tint arm into a desired position.

6. The visor assembly of claim 1, further comprising:

a lid for closing over the section of the casing for the battery cartridge, the lid having an edge attached to the casing over the section of the casing for the battery cartridge, and the edge detachable from the casing, providing a means for opening and closing the lid;

wherein the edge has a flip tab for facilitating opening and closing of the lid; and a pair of battery hinges allowing the lid to swing open.

7. The visor assembly of claim 1, wherein:

the tinted visors comprise at least one amber tinted visor;

the amber tinted visor being amber in color and adding contrast and visual acetate distinction in low-light driving situations;

the tinted visors also including at least one gradient tinted visor, the gradient tinted visor having a color gradient transitioning from a dense, dark blue color, for adding brilliance and attenuation, to a clear acetate, for providing an unobstructed view of traffic.

8. A visor assembly for blocking sunlight from a field of vision of a driver, improving visibility for the driver, and being motorized for positional adjustment, comprising:

a top edge, a bottom edge, a left side, and a right side;

a visor ridge, being a folded ridge for providing a foundation for said visor assembly, and having a first end and a second end;

a plurality of visor clamps for clamping onto said top edge of said visor assembly;

a plurality of fasteners, located on each of said visor clamps, for attaching said visor ridge to each of said visor clamps;

a plurality of tinted visors being positioned in series with respect to each other, and secured in place by a pair of tint railings;

each of said tint railings being placed respectively with one on said left side of said visor assembly and one on said right side of said visor assembly;

a pair of pairs of tint railing screws, with each pair of tint railing screws being respectively located on said first end of said visor ridge and on said second end of said visor ridge, for securing each of said tint railings to said visor ridge;

said tinted visors configured to be set in a stowed position, positioned upward, and lowered into the field of vision of the driver, allowing sunlight to pass through said tinted visors to be filtered;

each of said tinted visors having a top edge, at which a placement rod holds each of said tinted visors in place;

a tint sleeve surrounding each of said placement rods of each of said tinted visors, and surrounding said top edge of each of said tinted visors;

said placement rods securing each of said tinted visors via a plurality of adjustment slots located along each of said tinted visors;

each of said tint railings having a tint track for providing movement of said tinted visors along thereof;

a position-control section of said visor assembly, being located adjacent to said tint railings of said visor assembly, for allowing said visor assembly to be positionally-adjusted, comprising:

a casing comprising a section for a pair of mini motors and a section for a battery cartridge;

said casing having a group of three casing ports for affixing said casing to one of said tint railings via three flathead screws;

said pair of mini motors for operating said position-control section, and running on DC power;

said battery cartridge housing a plurality of DC-power batteries, and having a top edge; said plurality of DC-power batteries for supplying power to said pair of mini motors;

a pair of track pins being etched into said top edge of said battery cartridge for stabilizing said visor assembly;

said pair of mini motors each being held in place by a mount;

a lid for closing over said section of said casing for said battery cartridge;

said lid having an edge attached to said casing over said section of said casing for said battery cartridge, and having an edge detachable from said casing, providing a means for opening and closing said lid;

said edge detachable from said casing having a flip tab for facilitating opening and closing of said lid;

said casing further comprising a first pair of buttons;

said first pair of buttons comprising a button for forward motion of said position-control section of said visor assembly and a button for reverse motion of said position-control section of said visor assembly;

said first pair of buttons being located above a second pair of buttons;

said second pair of buttons comprising a button for forward motion of said position-control section of said visor assembly and a button for reverse motion of said position-control section of said visor assembly;

said first pair of buttons controlling motion of a first drive shaft for controlling position of said visor assembly;

said second pair of buttons controlling motion of a second drive shaft for controlling position of said visor assembly;

each of said first drive shaft and said second drive shaft having an axis, and each being held in place by a drive shaft through port;

a first drive wheel being located about said axis of said first drive shaft;

a second drive wheel being located about said axis of said second drive shaft;

a torque rod being located along a centrally-located horizontal axis between said first drive shaft and said second drive shaft, maintaining the distance between the tint railings and reducing potential flexing;

a pair of battery hinges allowing said lid to swing open;

a tint arm being located at one of said tint tracks for holding one of said track pins in place;

a pair of tint arm wheel pressure treads for allowing the first drive wheel and the second drive wheel to roll the tint arm into a desired position;

said tinted visors including at least one amber tinted visor;

said amber tinted visor being amber in color and adding contrast and visual acetate distinction in low-light driving situations;

said tinted visors also including at least one gradient tinted visor; and

said gradient tinted visor having a color gradient transitioning from a dense, dark blue color, for adding brilliance and attenuation, to a clear acetate, for providing an unobstructed view of traffic.