WO/2015/173791 A REAR LIGHT SYSTEM FOR A TOWABLE VEHICLE||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000006||SHANAHAN, Patrick Joseph ||BOROSZKO, Ariel |
A rear light system for a trailer (1) comprises a primary housing (5) which typically is located in a prime mover which tows the trailer (3), and a right-hand sub-housing (8) and a left-hand sub-housing (9) for mounting on a rear panel (10) of the trailer (3). The sub-housings (8,9) comprise first light sources (12a, 12b) to produce light signals indicative of the direction in which it is intended that the prime mover and trailer will turn, second light sources (14a, 14b) to produce light signals indicative of braking of the prime mover and the trailer, third light sources (17a, 17b) to form tail lights for the trailer, and fourth light sources (19a, 19b) for illuminating a number plate on the trailer (3). A primary controller (6) connected to the CAN bus (22) of the prime mover detects signals indicative of activation of the direction indicators, braking of the prime mover and activation of the tail lights of the prime mover, and transmits signals wirelessly by a wireless transmitter (24) in the primary housing (6) for reception by wireless receivers (40) in the respective right-hand and left-hand sub-housings (8,9). A secondary controller (39) reads signals received by the wireless receiver (40), and on detecting appropriate signals activates the appropriate ones of the first, second, third and fourth light sources (12a,12b,14a,14b,17a,17b,19a,19b).
WO/2015/170306 METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ORIGINAL PARTS IDENTIFICATION, MAINTENANCE AND MONITORING||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000005||AUGHEY SCREENS LIMITED ||AUGHEY, Barry James |
A method, apparatus and system for original machine (spare) parts identification though the use of a unique original identification reference such as a barcode or RFID tag for each (spare) part whereby end users and dealers can be alerted as to whether a part is a genuine original part being used in the machine and in cases where it is, a due date for a part replacement, in real time and to a remote location.
WO/2015/166475 SOIL SCREENING APPARATUS AND A METHOD FOR SCREENING SOIL||WO||05.11.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000004||DOYLE, Larry Thomas ||DOYLE, Larry Thomas |
Apparatus (1) for screening soil comprises a chassis (2) having an upwardly inclined conveyor (10) mounted therein. A forward soil engaging scraper plate (8) is coupled to and extends forwardly from an upstream end (11) of the conveyor (10) for engaging the soil beneath the surface for scraping the soil above the scraper plate (8) and transferring the scraped soil onto the conveyor (10) as the apparatus (1) is urged forwardly. The soil is conveyed to a downstream end (12) of the conveyor (10) and delivered to a first screen (30) which screens material of a first predefined size of 150mm and greater from the material and discharges the screened material into a storage container (32). Material of size less than the first predefined size passes through the first screen (30) to a second screen (35) which retains material of a second predefined size of 20mm and greater and passes material of less than the second predefined size of 20mm, for example, soil fines therethrough, which are deposited on the ground. The second screen (35) is configured to urge the material of the second predefined size of 20mm and greater towards a forward downstream end (37) of the second screen (35) which is deposited onto the ground in advance of the soil fines, so that the fines are deposited on the ground on top of the material of the second predefined size of 20mm and greater.
WO/2015/145413 A TRAILER||WO||01.10.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000003||MCHALE ENGINEERING||CARRIGAN, Thomas Anthony|
A trailer (1) for round bales of fodder material comprising a bed (19) and a pick-up mechanism (35) for transferring bales from the ground onto the bed (19). A lifting mechanism (38) adjacent the front end (10) of the bed (19) is provided with first and second receiving elements (39,40) for receiving four bales sequentially from the pick-up mechanism (35). The lifting mechanism (38) is urgeable by a main drive ram (60) from a first state adjacent the front end (10) of the bed (19) in a rearward direction for transferring four bales on the lifting mechanism (38) to an intermediate framework (26) of the bed (19). The next four bales on the lifting mechanism (38) urge the bales already on the intermediate framework (26) onto the rear framework (27) as those bales on the lifting mechanism (38) are being urged to the intermediate framework (26), and so on until the trailer has been loaded with sixteen bales. The rear framework (27) is pivotally coupled to the chassis (3) from a hauling state to a discharge state for discharging the bales onto the ground with the longitudinal central geometrical axis of the bales extending vertically.
WO/2015/136513 A MONITORING DEVICE||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000002||CIRILLO, William Robert||CIRILLO, William Robert|
A smart monitoring device (1) for automatically monitoring the injection of medicines such as insulin which can be retrofitted to a conventional insulin pen in which the device (1) has an optical motion sensor (9) for detecting actuation of the injection pen (2) together with an optional accelerometer sensor (46), medicament temperature (sensor 45) and mounting sensors (40,44), the monitoring device (1) being communicable with external smart devices such as smartphones.
WO/2015/136512 EXERCISE EQUIPMENT FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF HAMSTRING ECCENTRIC AND CONCENTRIC EXERCISES||WO||17.09.2015|
||PCT/IE2015/000001||DOHERTY, Noel||DOHERTY, Noel|
The present invention is an inclined apparatus for undertaking exercises for hamstring eccentric and concentric loading and in particular, but not limited to, exercises such as the Nordic Hamstring Exercise, the Russian Hamstring Exercise and Russian curls. The apparatus can be utilised for sports training and preparation, injury recovery and rehabilitation and injury prevention. The main body of the device is so inclined as to ensure that the user does not hyper extend their knee and cause additional injury. The height of the higher end of the device above ground level in conjunction with the leg restraints means that the collateral injuries which may occur when undertaking this exercise regime in the traditional form of dorsiflexion and plantarflexion and indeed laterally in either direction are avoided.
WO/2015/075704 A JACK||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/IE2014/000019||FAY, Padraig Oliver||FAY, Padraig Oliver|
A jack ( 1) for use in lifting vehicles (2), said vehicle (2) having powered hydraulic or pneumatic lifting arms (35, 36). The jack (1) comprises a frame-like carriage (3) having a front end (4) and a rear end (5) for placing beneath the vehicle (2), and having attachment means (15, 16) for attaching the carriage (3) to the lifting arms (35, 36) of the vehicle (2). The attachment means ( 15, 16) of the jack (1) is co-operable with the lifting arms (35, 36) of the vehicle (2) to jack up said vehicle (2) on the carriage (3).
WO/2015/056252 HEAT EVAPORATOR SUITABLE FOR AROMATHERAPY WITH HEATER AND HEAT TRANSFER MEANS||WO||23.04.2015|
||PCT/IE2014/000018||OGLESBY & BUTLER RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT LIMITED||STOREY, John Joseph|
An evaporator (1) comprises a housing (2) having a top wall (7) in which a receiving recess (14) is formed for receiving a container (15) for a liquid to be evaporated. A heat transfer element (30) having a first heat transfer abutment face (35) located in the receiving recess (14) transfers heat from an electrically powered heating element (25) to the container (15) through a second heat transfer abutment face (36) of a base (16) of the container (15). The heating element is planar and is located between the heat transfer element (30) and a locating element (40), which retains the heating element (25) tightly between the heat transfer element (30) and the locating element (40). A retaining magnet (48) located in the locating element (40) extends into a bore (52) in the heat transfer element (30) and co-operates with a complementary element (49) of magnetic material located in the base (16) of the container (15) for releasably retaining the container (15) in the receiving recess (14).
WO/2015/052694 A MONITORING DEVICE, A SYSTEM AND A METHOD FOR MONITORING THE STATUS OF A TRAP FOR VERMIN||WO||16.04.2015|
||PCT/IE2014/000017||TRAPTEC LIMITED||ANDERSON, Francis Joseph|
A monitoring device (1) for monitoring springing of a mousetrap (2) comprises a housing (15) on which the mousetrap (2) is supported. A micro-switch (19) located in the housing (15) is held in an open circuit second state by the action of the mousetrap (2) on an engagement member (23) which in turn acts on an actuator arm (20) of the micro-switch (19) for retaining the micro-switch (19) in the open circuit second state. Springing of the mousetrap (2) results in the mousetrap (2) being disengaged from the monitoring device (1), thereby disengaging the engagement member (23). This in turn results in the micro-switch (19) transitioning from the open circuit second state to its normally closed circuit first state. A microprocessor (41 ) on detecting the change of state of the micro-switch (19) operates a transmitter (46) to transmit an alert signal for reception by a remote central communications apparatus, which in turn relays the alert signal to a remote central control station.
WO/2015/044935 A MEASURING VESSEL||WO||02.04.2015|
||PCT/IE2014/000016||PUMPWATCH LIMITED||SISK, Henry Benjamin|
A measuring vessel (1) for determining the accuracy with which a liquid fuel dispenser dispenses liquid fuel comprises a neck (4) of transparent material. A primary arcuate panel (16) having three primary graduated scales (14) corresponding to three different kinds of liquid fuels is secured to the neck (4). Primary graduations (17) of the respective primary graduated scales (14) indicate the level to which the meniscus of actual volumes of the respective liquid fuel dispensed at the temperatures corresponding to the primary graduations (17) should rise so that the energy content of the actual volumes of the respective liquid fuels dispensed is equal to the energy content of a predefined calibration volume of the corresponding liquid fuel at a predefined reference temperature typically of 15°C. A secondary arcuate panel (20) having a secondary graduated scale (22) thereon is slideable relative to the primary graduated scales (17) so that a reference graduation (23) of the secondary graduated scale (22) can be aligned with an appropriate one of the primary graduations (17) of an appropriate one of the primary graduated scales (14), in order that the amount by which the actual volume of liquid fuel dispensed exceeds or falls below the actual volume which should have been dispensed.