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US20190148860A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20190148860A1
Publication date: 2019-05-16
Application number: 15/941,744
Filing date: 2018-03-30
Abstract: A socket connector includes a socket substrate having first socket substrate conductors and second socket substrate conductors, receptacle contacts electrically coupled to corresponding first socket substrate conductors and socket contacts electrically coupled to corresponding second socket substrate conductors. The receptacle contacts have receptacles receiving pin contacts of an electronic package and the socket contacts have terminating ends and mating ends with deflectable spring beams terminated to package contacts of the electronic package. At least one of the first socket substrate conductors and the second socket substrate conductors are configured to electrically connect the electronic package with the host circuit board. A socket connector includes a socket substrate having first socket substrate conductors and second socket substrate conductors, receptacle contacts electrically coupled to corresponding first socket substrate conductors and socket contacts electrically coupled to corresponding ...more ...less
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US10348015B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10348015B2
Publication date: 2019-07-09
Application number: 15/941,744
Filing date: 2018-03-30
Abstract: A socket connector includes a socket substrate having first socket substrate conductors and second socket substrate conductors, receptacle contacts electrically coupled to corresponding first socket substrate conductors and socket contacts electrically coupled to corresponding second socket substrate conductors. The receptacle contacts have receptacles receiving pin contacts of an electronic package and the socket contacts have terminating ends and mating ends with deflectable spring beams terminated to package contacts of the electronic package. At least one of the first socket substrate conductors and the second socket substrate conductors are configured to electrically connect the electronic package with the host circuit board. A socket connector includes a socket substrate having first socket substrate conductors and second socket substrate conductors, receptacle contacts electrically coupled to corresponding first socket substrate conductors and socket contacts electrically coupled to corresponding ...more ...less
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US20190150311A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20190150311A1
Publication date: 2019-05-16
Application number: 15/941,769
Filing date: 2018-03-30
Abstract: A socket connector includes a socket assembly having a socket frame, a socket substrate coupled to the socket frame and socket contacts terminated to the socket substrate. The socket substrate has first and second upper mating areas including first and second socket substrate conductors for mating with an electronic package and an electrical component, respectively. The socket contacts define an interface with the electronic package. The socket assembly is configured to electrically connect the electronic package with both a host circuit board and the electrical component. A socket connector includes a socket assembly having a socket frame, a socket substrate coupled to the socket frame and socket contacts terminated to the socket substrate. The socket substrate has first and second upper mating areas including first and second socket substrate ...more ...less
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US10355517B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10355517B2
Publication date: 2019-07-16
Application number: 15/579,238
Filing date: 2016-05-25
Abstract: The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling charge state of a storage battery 12 so that surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be entirely charged into the storage battery 12 even in a case where power cannot be sold to a system power supply 50. A storage-battery control device 1 according to the present invention includes a load-power prediction device 4 to predict load power, a PV-power prediction device 3 to predict generated power by photovoltaic power generation, and a system controller 2 to obtain a predicted charge amount that is calculated by subtracting the generated power amount being a summation of the generated power in a prediction segment 60 having a start point set at a predetermined time, from the load power amount being a summation of the load power in the prediction segment 60, and when the predicted charge amount is positive, to control the charge state of a storage battery 12 at the start point so that the predicted charge amount can be charged in the prediction segment 60, wherein an end point of the prediction segment 60 is a time at which the generated power by photovoltaic power generation is predicted to become equal to the load power after reaching the maximum value of the generated power. The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling charge state of a storage battery 12 so that surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be entirely charged into the storage battery 12 even in ...more ...less
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US20180175660A1
Publication/Patent Number: US20180175660A1
Publication date: 2018-06-21
Application number: 15/579,238
Filing date: 2016-05-25
Abstract: The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling charge state of a storage battery 12 so that surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be entirely charged into the storage battery 12 even in a case where power cannot be sold to a system power supply 50. A storage-battery control device 1 according to the present invention includes a load-power prediction device 4 to predict load power, a PV-power prediction device 3 to predict generated power by photovoltaic power generation, and a system controller 2 to obtain a predicted charge amount that is calculated by subtracting the generated power amount being a summation of the generated power in a prediction segment 60 having a start point set at a predetermined time, from the load power amount being a summation of the load power in the prediction segment 60, and when the predicted charge amount is positive, to control the charge state of a storage battery 12 at the start point so that the predicted charge amount can be charged in the prediction segment 60, wherein an end point of the prediction segment 60 is a time at which the generated power by photovoltaic power generation is predicted to become equal to the load power after reaching the maximum value of the generated power. The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling charge state of a storage battery 12 so that surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be entirely charged into the storage battery 12 even in ...more ...less
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CN107710542A
Publication/Patent Number: CN107710542A
Publication date: 2018-02-16
Application number: 201680036344
Filing date: 2016-05-25
Abstract: The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling the charge state of a storage battery 12 so that all surplus power generatedby photovoltaic generation can be charged in the storage battery 12 even in a case where power cannot be sold to a grid power supply 50. The storage-battery control device 1 according to the presentinvention is provided with: a load-power prediction device 4 for predicting load power; a PV-power prediction device 3 for predicting power generated by photovoltaic generation; and a system controller 2 that obtains a predicted amount of power charge by excluding the amount of load power, which is the sum of load powers in a prediction segment 60, from the amount of power generation, which is thesum of powers generated in the prediction segment 60 having a prescribed clock time serving as a start point, and that, if the predicted amount of power charge is positive, controls the charge stateof a storage battery 12 at the start point so that the predicted amount of power charge can be charged in the prediction segment 60, wherein the prediction segment 60 is a segment having a clock timeserving as an end point at which the generated power of photovoltaic generation, after having reached a maximum value, is predicted to be the same power as the load power. The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling the charge state of a storage battery 12 so that all surplus power generatedby photovoltaic generation can be charged in the storage battery 12 even in a ...more ...less
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WO2017217004A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2017217004A1
Publication date: 2017-12-21
Application number: 2017004167
Filing date: 2017-02-06
Inventor: Aihara, Shigeru  
Abstract: Provided are an electricity storage system
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JP2017004704A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2017004704A
Publication date: 2017-01-05
Application number: 2015116333
Filing date: 2015-06-09
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a connector assembly comprising a pair of film-shaped low profile connectors and preventing breakage of contacts due to misalignment upon mating.SOLUTION: A first connector 10A has a guide protrusion 12 and a pin-like contact 13 formed on a polyimide film 101. The guide protrusion 12 and the pin-like contact 13 have substantially the same height. A second connector 20A has a polyimide film 201 as a base material PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a connector assembly comprising a pair of film-shaped low profile connectors and preventing breakage of contacts due to misalignment upon mating.SOLUTION: A first connector 10A has a guide protrusion 12 and a pin-like contact 13 formed on a ...more ...less
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JP2017115826A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2017115826A
Publication date: 2017-06-29
Application number: 2015255080
Filing date: 2015-12-25
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a breather structure capable of recovering oil component contained in blow-by gas and capable of contributing to a small-sized formation of an engine.SOLUTION: A chain is wound between a driving side sprocket of an engine and a driven side sprocket. This chain is covered by a chain case 13. A breathing passage 50 is formed inside the chain case 13. A lower end of the breathing passage 50 is communicated with a blow-by gas inlet port 51. An upper end of the breathing passage 50 is communicated with a blow-by gas outlet port. A blow-by gas striking part 80 formed of a first rib 81 and a second rib 82 is formed at the inner surface of the chain case 13. A cylinder block 11 is formed with a chain tensioner fitting part 55. The chain tensioner fitting part 55 is placed adjacent to the breathing passage 50 in the midway part of the breathing passage 50. A chain tensioner 60 is attached to the chain tensioner fitting part 55.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 6 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a breather structure capable of recovering oil component contained in blow-by gas and capable of contributing to a small-sized formation of an engine.SOLUTION: A chain is wound between a driving side sprocket of an engine and a driven side ...more ...less
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JP2016181327A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2016181327A
Publication date: 2016-10-13
Application number: 2015059438
Filing date: 2015-03-23
Inventor: Aihara, Shigeru  
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the following problem: In winter or in a cold district
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JP5941312B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5941312B2
Publication date: 2016-06-29
Application number: 2012074772
Filing date: 2012-03-28
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a portable operation checker which can be carried around and is capable of checking
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JP5896563B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5896563B2
Publication date: 2016-03-30
Application number: 2012154110
Filing date: 2012-07-09
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To propose a measurement system and the like that enable practical measurement even without expertise by using the fact that a measurement part of a measurement motor and the like exist on a surface.SOLUTION: A measurement system 1 measures a measurement motor 3. A magnetic property measurement part 7 measures a specific part of a surface of the measurement motor 3 from an outside of the measurement motor 3. An irradiation part 13 irradiates the specific part with light since the specific part of the measurement motor exists on a surface. The irradiation part 13 irradiates the specific part with PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To propose a measurement system and the like that enable practical measurement even without expertise by using the fact that a measurement part of a measurement motor and the like exist on a surface.SOLUTION: A measurement system 1 measures a measurement ...more ...less
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US9461347B2
Publication/Patent Number: US9461347B2
Publication date: 2016-10-04
Application number: 13/520,296
Filing date: 2011-01-12
Abstract: A power storage device cell is configured such that a capacitor positive electrode and a lithium positive electrode are directly connected with each other; a second electrode layer is formed of a material including particles of phosphoric-acid-type lithium compound having an olivine-type structure; the third electrode layers are formed mainly of particles of lithium titanate; and a third collector foil is formed of an aluminum foil. A power storage device cell is configured such that a capacitor positive electrode and a lithium positive electrode are directly connected with each other; a second electrode layer is formed of a material including particles of phosphoric-acid-type lithium compound having an ...more ...less
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JP2016220605A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2016220605A
Publication date: 2016-12-28
Application number: 2015109835
Filing date: 2015-05-29
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a rapid cooling apparatus that is capable of reducing a product region
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WO2016208319A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2016208319A1
Publication date: 2016-12-29
Application number: 2016065423
Filing date: 2016-05-25
Abstract: The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling the charge state of a storage battery 12 so that all surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be charged in the storage battery 12 even in a case where power cannot be sold to a grid power supply 50. The storage-battery control device 1 according to the present invention is provided with: a load-power prediction device 4 for predicting load power; a PV-power prediction device 3 for predicting power generated by photovoltaic generation; and a system controller 2 that obtains a predicted amount of power charge by excluding the amount of load power The present invention provides a storage-battery control device 1 capable of enhancing economical efficiency by controlling the charge state of a storage battery 12 so that all surplus power generated by photovoltaic generation can be charged in the storage battery 12 even in a ...more ...less
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JP5863091B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5863091B2
Publication date: 2016-02-16
Application number: 2011094481
Filing date: 2011-04-20
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a terminal structure of a circuit breaker having a selection type terminal device
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JP2015095350A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2015095350A
Publication date: 2015-05-18
Application number: 2013233811
Filing date: 2013-11-12
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To solve the problem that
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JP5835719B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5835719B2
Publication date: 2015-12-24
Application number: 2014165694
Filing date: 2014-08-18
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a photovoltaic power generator that enables users and construction workers to easily check the power generation status of the photovoltaic power generator outdoors and secure electrical safety together with the single operation detection function of an inverter.SOLUTION: A photovoltaic power generator comprises: a solar cell provided with translucency variable means on a surface; a solar cell array formed by a solar cell module provided with driving means for translucency variable; power generation detection means; single operation detection means; and centralized control means for generating driving data for the translucency variable means corresponding to the power data and individually driving and controlling the driving means for translucency variable when a single operation is detected. The generator also generates character data PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a photovoltaic power generator that enables users and construction workers to easily check the power generation status of the photovoltaic power generator outdoors and secure electrical safety together with the single operation detection function ...more ...less
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JP2015015893A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2015015893A
Publication date: 2015-01-22
Application number: 2014165694
Filing date: 2014-08-18
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a photovoltaic power generator that enables users and construction workers to easily check the power generation status of the photovoltaic power generator outdoors and secure electrical safety together with the single operation detection function of an inverter.SOLUTION: A photovoltaic power generator comprises: a solar cell provided with translucency variable means on a surface; a solar cell array formed by a solar cell module provided with driving means for translucency variable; power generation detection means; single operation detection means; and centralized control means for generating driving data for the translucency variable means corresponding to the power data and individually driving and controlling the driving means for translucency variable when a single operation is detected. The generator also generates character data PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a photovoltaic power generator that enables users and construction workers to easily check the power generation status of the photovoltaic power generator outdoors and secure electrical safety together with the single operation detection function ...more ...less
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JP5669298B2
Publication/Patent Number: JP5669298B2
Publication date: 2015-02-12
Application number: 2010167303
Filing date: 2010-07-26
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a solar power generation device in which users and construction workers can easily check a power generation state of the solar power generation device outdoors and ensure electrical safety together with a single operation detecting function of an inverter.SOLUTION: The solar power generation device comprises: a solar cell array formed by a solar cell with translucency variable means on the surface and a solar cell module formed with translucency variable drive means; generated electric power detection means; and centralized control means for generating drive data of the translucency variable means according to power data detected by the generated electric power detection means and individually drive-controlling the translucency variable drive means. Character data PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a solar power generation device in which users and construction workers can easily check a power generation state of the solar power generation device outdoors and ensure electrical safety together with a single operation detecting function of an ...more ...less