WO/2016/076735 SYSTEM FOR CHARGING ELECTRONIC DEVICES||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050190||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ||MISHRIKI, Fady |
A system for charging electronic devices, the system comprising: one or more wireless power transmitters (202), each transmitter having one or more power transmitting elements (212); one or more receiver electronic devices (204) including wireless power receivers, each receiver having one or more power receiving elements (216), the transmitters (202) and receivers (204) being configured to transfer electrical power wirelessly between the transmitting (212) and receiving (216) elements; and one or more non-receiver electronic devices configured to receive electrical power from a power supply via a wired connection, wherein the one or more transmitters (202) are configured to receive electrical power from the power supply via the wired connection of the one or more non-receiver electronic devices.
WO/2016/076736 IPT COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR DYNAMIC PAIRING||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050191||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ||WALTON, Robert |
An IPT system (1) including: an IPT transmitter (2) including a drive circuit (6) for varying the current supplied to a primary coil (7); an IPT receiver (3) including a pick up coil (9) magnetically coupled with the primary coil (7); a first magnetic near field communication system for transmitting access data via magnetic coupling between the primary and pick up coils; and a second communication system (13) for transmitting information between the IPT receiver and the IPT transmitter that utilises the access data to encode and decode communications sent via the second communications system.
WO/2016/076732 CARD PROCESSING METHODS AND SYSTEMS||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050187||REV WORLDWIDE, INC. (A DELAWARE CORPORATION) ||GRIGGS, Daryn |
Example card processing methods and systems are described. The card processing system may receive a request to approve or reject a transaction using a multicurrency card with multiple account balances in multiple currencies. The transaction may be associated with a transaction amount in a transaction currency. In response to determination that the first account balance is not available or insufficient to fund the transaction amount, the card processing system may determine, from the multiple account balances, a second account balance in a second currency that is different to the transaction account to fund the transaction amount. An exchange rate may be selected for dynamic currency conversion of part or all of the second account balance from the second currency to the transaction currency; and a determination made as to whether to approve or reject the transaction based on the dynamic currency conversion using the selected exchange rate.
WO/2016/076733 INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSMITTER||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050188||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ||MARSON, Paul David |
An object detection system (200) for an inductive power transmitter and comprising: an excitation coil (202); a detection coil (204); the system arranged to determine a measure of complex impedance at the detection coil (204) in response to application of an excitation current to the excitation coil (202); the system further arranged to detect the presence of an object and a type of the object using the measure of complex impedance.
WO/2016/076734 A PHARMACEUTICAL DEBLISTER APPARATUS||WO||19.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050189||ELEMENT TECH LIMITED ||EARLES, David James |
A pharmaceutical deblister apparatus that has a chassis adapted to support a roller and a deblister ring support shaft is arranged to receive a pharmaceutical blister pack of a kind having rows of blister pack compartments. The deblister ring support shaft has a plurality of at least partially circumferential grooves on an outer surface. At least one deblister ring is rotationally supported by the deblister ring support shaft and each deblister ring has an aperture adapted to receive the deblister ring support shaft. The aperture in the deblister ring has an at least partially annular and radially disposed recess adapted to support a biasing element biased radially inward, When residing on the deblister ring support shaft, the biasing element causes engagement with the outer surface of the support shaft to locate the at least one deblister ring with a groove on the deblister ring support shaft.
WO/2016/072863 ANTIMICROBIAL SURFACE TREATMENT||WO||12.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050181||BOVIN, Nicolai Vladimirovich ||BOVIN, Nicolai Vladimirovich |
A method of surface treating surgical dressings and implants to reduce the likelihood of post-operative infection and synthetic, water dispersible lipid constructs for use in the method are disclosed. In a first aspect the invention provides an antimicrobial surface treatment method comprising the step of contacting the surface of an object with an aqueous dispersion of at least one functional-lipid construct where the lipid is a di-acyl, di-alkenyl or di-alkyl glycerophospholipid and the functional moiety of the construct confers the antimicrobial activity.
WO/2016/072868 BREATHING APPARATUS||WO||12.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050186||FISHER & PAYKEL HEALTHCARE LIMITED ||HUANG, Wen Don |
A mask frame, comprises a central conduit connection aperture and lateral arms having a 3-D curvature. The lateral arms extend: outwardly from a center of the frame, rearwardly, towards the patients ears, and upwardly, along a vector passing from below the nose to a point between the temple the top of the ear. The lateral arms "twist" along their length, such that a bottom margin of an end of each lateral arm is positioned further away from a notional vertical plane passing through the centre of the conduit connection aperture than a top margin. Also provided is an anti-rotation feature which limits or prevents rotation between straps of a headgear, and the mask frame. Further provided is a buckle for a closed loop headgear the buckle being formed with a plurality of openings and posts configured to form an angled headgear strap path through the buckle through which part of a headgear strap loop can pass. The buckle also comprises a friction loop opening through which a further of the headgear strap loop can pass, the angle of the angled path being such that the further part of the headgear strap loop frictionally engages the friction loop opening.
WO/2016/072865 AN INDUCTIVE POWER RECEIVER||WO||12.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050183||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ||PORT, Brendon Raymond |
An inductive power receiver for an inductive power transfer system comprising: a power pick up stage including a receiving coil for receiving power transmitted by a transmitter; a load stage connected to the power pick up stage; a power regulation stage configured to provide an equivalent voltage in series with the power pick up stage wherein the equivalent voltage switches between at least a first amplitude and a second amplitude that is different from the first amplitude; and a controller configured to control the power regulation stage to regulate the power delivered to the load stage.
WO/2016/072866 INDUCTIVE POWER TRANSFER SYSTEM||WO||12.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050184||POWERBYPROXI LIMITED ||DELA CRUZ, Lawrence Bernardo |
An inductive power transfer transmitter (200) comprising: a transmitting coil (7); a main flyback switch S1 in series with the transmitting coil (7); and an active snubber circuit (202) connected in parallel with the main flyback switch S1; wherein the main flyback switch S1 and the active snubber circuit (202) are configured to provide substantially zero voltage switching
WO/2016/072867 CONNECTOR FOR USE WITH COMPOSITE MATERIALS||WO||12.05.2016|
||PCT/NZ2015/050185||ZENITH TECNICA LIMITED ||NEWBY, Martyn Rohan |
Metallic connectors or fasteners are often required in, or when making connections to, components or structures made of fibre reinforced composite materials. However, the location of these fasteners is often the site of structural failures due to corrosion or stress concentrations or other localised failures. This invention relates to an improved fastener or connector that provides improved integration with composite materials, and which can be used to minimise the possibility of corrosion damage while at the same time providing improved mechanical joints with reduced likelihood of stress concentrations leading to breakdown of the composite material surrounding the connector. The connector has a body section which has a graduated stiffness, the stiffness of the body section being greatest at a connection between the body section and a mechanical fastening section of connector, and the stiffness being least at the extremities of the body section. And the connector is made by electron beam melting allowing for cost effective use of titanium or titanium alloys to make the connectors, and providing for an improved strength to weight ratio and improved corrosion resistance.