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US2019078700A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2019078700A1
Publication date: 2019-03-14
Application number: 15/765,612
Filing date: 2016-09-03
Abstract: (Problem) The invention is to provide to a solenoid valve drive control device, in which though the magnetic path is normally composed (i.e. the plunger is attached to the attracting member), it is never determined by mistake as the dropout, and it is never entered into the reabsorption mode of the plunger. (Resolution Approach) The invention is a solenoid valve drive control device of the invention, in which by controlling of the zero cross timing generation device 72, after application of the electric current to the solenoid 66 is started at zero cross timing by the switching device 68, when the current value that flows to the solenoid 66 detected by the electric current sensing device 78 reaches the circuit protection electric current value Ic (αA), a stabilization mode that repeats the ON-OFF cycle plural times (four times of the total in the Embodiment of FIG. 4), in which application of the electric current to the solenoid 66 is interrupted by the switching means 84, is operated (see A5-A8 in FIG. 4). (Problem) The invention is to provide to a solenoid valve drive control device, in which though the magnetic path is normally composed (i.e. the plunger is attached to the attracting member), it is never determined by mistake as the dropout, and it is never entered into the ...more ...less
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EP2375228B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP2375228B1
Publication date: 2019-04-10
Application number: 09837571.0
Filing date: 2009-12-22
Abstract: In an infrared sensor (1) having a bolometer element (11) and a reference element (21), the reference element (21) comprises a bolometer film (22), a substrate-side insulating film (31) formed on the substrate-side surface of the bolometer film (22), a heat dissipation film (23) made of amorphous silicon formed on the substrate-side surface of the bolometer film (22) with the substrate-side insulating film (31) interposed therebetween, and a plurality of heat dissipation columns (25) made of amorphous silicon thermally connected to the heat dissipation film (23) and a substrate (10), while the bolometer film (22) and substrate-side insulating film (31) are formed such as to extend over a side face of the heat dissipation film (23) intersecting a surface of the substrate (10). Thus configured infrared sensor (1) can efficiently reduce the influence of temperature changes in the environment in use, while being made smaller. In an infrared sensor (1) having a bolometer element (11) and a reference element (21), the reference element (21) comprises a bolometer film (22), a substrate-side insulating film (31) formed on the substrate-side surface of the bolometer film (22), a heat dissipation film (23) ...more ...less
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US10222248B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10222248B2
Publication date: 2019-03-05
Application number: 15/784,724
Filing date: 2017-10-16
Abstract: Internal electrodes, a protective film, and protective films covering the top parts of internal electrode sides of lead wires are formed on a top surface of a substrate of a temperature sensor element, thereby making the overall shape a quadrangular prism and the transverse cross-section nearly a square even at any portion in the axial direction. A heating part of the temperature sensor element is provided near the center along the length, the height, and the width of the element, thereby preventing deviation of heat generation and stabilizing heat release to the lead wires. This allows the temperature sensor element to suppress fluctuation in detected temperatures due to mounting angle. Internal electrodes, a protective film, and protective films covering the top parts of internal electrode sides of lead wires are formed on a top surface of a substrate of a temperature sensor element, thereby making the overall shape a quadrangular prism and the transverse ...more ...less
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US10433570B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10433570B2
Publication date: 2019-10-08
Application number: 14/911,679
Filing date: 2014-08-08
Abstract: According to the present invention, a method for recovering useful fish meat proteins from waste water generated during fish paste or fishmeal production is provided. The provided is a method for recovering water-soluble proteins from fish paste leaching waste water or stick water, comprising: adjusting the pH of fish paste leaching waste water or stick water to 4.5-5.5 to insolubilize water-soluble proteins; heating the insolubilized proteins to 30° C. to 90° C. to cause the proteins to flocculate so as to form flocs; subjecting the flocs to solid-liquid separation using a decanter centrifuge during heating; and recovering proteins in the form of solid content. According to the present invention, a method for recovering useful fish meat proteins from waste water generated during fish paste or fishmeal production is provided. The provided is a method for recovering water-soluble proteins from fish paste leaching waste water or stick ...more ...less
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US2018254129A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2018254129A1
Publication date: 2018-09-06
Application number: 15/913,226
Filing date: 2018-03-06
Inventor: Suzuki, Ryusuke  
Abstract: A resistance pattern and a pair of internal electrodes are formed on a main face of a cuboidal insulating substrate. The pair of internal electrodes are connected to opposite end portions of the resistance pattern. A surface glass film is formed to cover the entire main face including a pair of lead wires and a protective film. The pair of lead wires are bonded to the internal electrodes and protrude outward from the insulating substrate. The protective film is formed on the resistance pattern. The surface glass film extends over a region covering respective upper-side faces of the insulating substrate adjacent to the main face. The total dimension (T+D) is (T+D)≈W. T: a thickness of the insulating substrate, D: a wire diameter of each of the lead wires, W: a width of the insulating substrate along a lateral direction. A resistance pattern and a pair of internal electrodes are formed on a main face of a cuboidal insulating substrate. The pair of internal electrodes are connected to opposite end portions of the resistance pattern. A surface glass film is formed to cover the entire main face ...more ...less
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EP3361129A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3361129A1
Publication date: 2018-08-15
Application number: 16853354.5
Filing date: 2016-09-03
Abstract: (Problem) The invention is to provide to a solenoid valve drive control device, in which though the magnetic path is normally composed (i.e. the plunger is adsorbed to the attracting member), it is never determined by mistake as the dropout, and it is never entered into the reabsorption mode of the plunger. (Resolution Approach) The invention is a solenoid valve drive control device of the invention, in which by controlling of the zero cross timing generation device 72, after energizing of zero cross timing to the solenoid 66 is started by the switching device 68, when the current value that flows to the solenoid 66 detected by the electric current sensing device 78 is reached to the circuit protection current value Ic (αA), a stabilization mode that repeats the ON-OFF cycle plural times (four times of the total in the Embodiment of Fig. 4), in which energizing to the solenoid 66 is intercepted by the switching means 84, is operated (see A5-A8 in Fig. 4). (Problem) The invention is to provide to a solenoid valve drive control device, in which though the magnetic path is normally composed (i.e. the plunger is adsorbed to the attracting member), it is never determined by mistake as the dropout, and it is never entered into the ...more ...less
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US2018106651A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2018106651A1
Publication date: 2018-04-19
Application number: 15/784,724
Filing date: 2017-10-16
Abstract: Internal electrodes, a protective film, and protective films covering the top parts of internal electrode sides of lead wires are formed on a top surface of a substrate of a temperature sensor element, thereby making the overall shape a quadrangular prism and the transverse cross-section nearly a square even at any portion in the axial direction. A heating part of the temperature sensor element is provided near the center along the length, the height, and the width of the element, thereby preventing deviation of heat generation and stabilizing heat release to the lead wires. This allows the temperature sensor element to suppress fluctuation in detected temperatures due to mounting angle. Internal electrodes, a protective film, and protective films covering the top parts of internal electrode sides of lead wires are formed on a top surface of a substrate of a temperature sensor element, thereby making the overall shape a quadrangular prism and the transverse ...more ...less
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US2018106687A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2018106687A1
Publication date: 2018-04-19
Application number: 15/784,695
Filing date: 2017-10-16
Abstract: A temperature sensor element has such a structure as, when reinforcing lead wires on internal electrodes with a paste, one side surface of each of the lead wires is covered with a reinforcement paste and the other side surface is not covered with the reinforcement paste without covering the entire lead wires welded and connected to the internal electrodes. This allows elimination of cause of cracks generating, thereby securing sufficient joining strength and reinforcement of conductivity of the internal electrodes and the lead wires, and securing connection strength between the lead wires and the internal electrodes. A temperature sensor element has such a structure as, when reinforcing lead wires on internal electrodes with a paste, one side surface of each of the lead wires is covered with a reinforcement paste and the other side surface is not covered with the reinforcement paste without ...more ...less
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JP2018066591A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018066591A
Publication date: 2018-04-26
Application number: 2016203846
Filing date: 2016-10-17
Assignee: KOA CORP
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a platinum temperature sensor element that has secured connection strength between lead wires and internal electrodes.SOLUTION: In a temperature sensor element 10, when lead wires 15a, 15b are reinforced on internal electrodes 25a, 25b with paste, it has a structure not to coat the whole of the lead wires connected by welding with the internal electrodes with reinforcement paste, but to coat one side face (one side face section) 33 of the lead wires with reinforcement paste 31a but not to coat the other side face with the reinforcement paste. This removes an occurrence cause of cracks and allows for securing sufficient bond strength and improvement of conductivity between the internal electrodes and the lead wires.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 2 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a platinum temperature sensor element that has secured connection strength between lead wires and internal electrodes.SOLUTION: In a temperature sensor element 10, when lead wires 15a, 15b are reinforced on internal electrodes 25a, 25b with ...more ...less
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CN107957301A
Publication/Patent Number: CN107957301A
Publication date: 2018-04-24
Application number: 201710945739
Filing date: 2017-10-12
Abstract: A protective film (27, 29) is formed on the top side of the substrate (21) of a temperature sensor element (10) so as to cover the internal electrodes (25a, 25b), a resistance film (23), and the top surfaces of the internal electrode side of the lead wires (15a, 15b). The whole body has a quadrangular prism shape, and the transverse cross-section is approximately square even at any portion in theaxial direction. A heating part (23a) of the temperature sensor element (10) is positioned nearly at the center in the longitudinal, height and width directions of the element, thereby preventing deviation of heat generation and stabilizing heat release to the lead wires (15a, 15b). This allows the temperature sensor element to suppress fluctuation in detected temperatures due to mounting angle. A protective film (27, 29) is formed on the top side of the substrate (21) of a temperature sensor element (10) so as to cover the internal electrodes (25a, 25b), a resistance film (23), and the top surfaces of the internal electrode side of the lead wires (15a, 15b). The whole ...more ...less
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JP2018045951A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018045951A
Publication date: 2018-03-22
Application number: 2016181816
Filing date: 2016-09-16
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an LED lighting device capable of obtaining a proper illuminance and lifetime of an LED by performing an appropriate initial illuminance correction even not only in an all-light lighting state but also in a dimming lighting state.SOLUTION: An LED lighting device (1) includes: a command value acquisition section (42) for acquiring a commanded dimming ratio shown by an input dimming command; a target value determination section (44) for determining a target dimming ratio by multiplying an illuminance correction factor on the commanded dimming ratio; DC power supply circuits (20, 30) for supplying an output current to an LED (2) in accordance with the target dimming ratio; a clocking section (45) for clocking an LED lighting time; and a correction factor calculation section (43) for increasing, together with the lighting time, the illuminance correction factor from an initial value to an upper limit value, in the setting where the illuminance correction factor is relatively low when the commanded dimming ratio is relatively low.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 1 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an LED lighting device capable of obtaining a proper illuminance and lifetime of an LED by performing an appropriate initial illuminance correction even not only in an all-light lighting state but also in a dimming lighting state.SOLUTION: An LED ...more ...less
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CN107957300A
Publication/Patent Number: CN107957300A
Publication date: 2018-04-24
Application number: 201710940513
Filing date: 2017-10-11
Abstract: A temperature sensor element (10) has such a structure as, when reinforcing lead wires (15a, 15b) on internal electrodes (25a, 25b) with a paste, one side surface (33) of each of the lead wires is covered with a reinforcement paste (31a) and the other side surface is not covered with the reinforcement paste without covering the entire lead wires welded and connected to the internal electrodes. Theplatinum temperature sensor element allows elimination of cause of cracks generating, thereby securing sufficient joining strength and reinforcement of conductivity of the internal electrodes and thelead wires, and securing connection strength between the lead wires and the internal electrodes. A temperature sensor element (10) has such a structure as, when reinforcing lead wires (15a, 15b) on internal electrodes (25a, 25b) with a paste, one side surface (33) of each of the lead wires is covered with a reinforcement paste (31a) and the other side surface is not covered ...more ...less
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JP2018066592A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018066592A
Publication date: 2018-04-26
Application number: 2016203847
Filing date: 2016-10-17
Assignee: KOA CORP
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a platinum temperature sensor element that has restrained variations of temperature detection due to an attachment angle.SOLUTION: On an upper face side of a substrate 21 of a temperature sensor element 10, protection films 27, 29 are formed so as to cover internal electrodes 25a, 25b, a resistance coating film 23, and upper parts at the internal electrode side of lead wires 15a, 15b, and thereby the whole shape is made into a square pole shape, and a cross-sectional shape is made into nearly square at any portion in an axial direction. A heating unit 23a of the temperature sensor element 10 is placed at nearly centers of a longitudinal direction, height direction, and width direction of the element, and thereby deviation of heating is eliminated, and heat transfer to the lead wires 15a, 15b is made constant.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 2 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a platinum temperature sensor element that has restrained variations of temperature detection due to an attachment angle.SOLUTION: On an upper face side of a substrate 21 of a temperature sensor element 10, protection films 27, 29 are formed so ...more ...less
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CN107664795A
Publication/Patent Number: CN107664795A
Publication date: 2018-02-06
Application number: 201710506919
Filing date: 2017-06-28
Abstract: An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission surface of the glass block, the filters transmit light of a wavelength predetermined for each signal wavelength includedin the signal light and reflect light of a wavelength other than the transmitting wavelength toward the incident surface; and a reflection film disposed on the incident surface of the glass block, wherein processing to reduce reflection of the reflection light into the glass block is applied on an optical path of the reflection light reflected by the filter disposed at an end away from the antireflection film. An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission ...more ...less
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US10073280B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10073280B2
Publication date: 2018-09-11
Application number: 14/403,864
Filing date: 2012-10-09
Abstract: [Problem] To provide an evaluation method for evaluating spectacle lenses that is capable of objectively evaluating spectacle lenses suitable for a user by measuring brain activity, and a design method for designing spectacle lenses using the evaluation method. [Solution] A subject is allowed to wear to-be-evaluated lenses, and the subject is allowed to visually observe a visual stimulus object used to evoke an activity of a specific part of the visual cortex of the brain through the to-be-evaluated lenses, and an evoked activity of the specific part of the brain's visual cortex when the visual stimulus object is visually observed by the to-be-evaluated lenses is measured by an electroencephalograph or by a magnetoencephalograph, and the spectacle lenses are evaluated based on time (latency) from when a visual stimulus is received till when a change is caused thereby or based on the magnitude (amplitude) of activity. [Problem] To provide an evaluation method for evaluating spectacle lenses that is capable of objectively evaluating spectacle lenses suitable for a user by measuring brain activity, and a design method for designing spectacle lenses using the evaluation method. [Solution] A ...more ...less
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US2018031768A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2018031768A1
Publication date: 2018-02-01
Application number: 15/602,943
Filing date: 2017-05-23
Abstract: An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission surface of the glass block, the filters transmit light of a wavelength predetermined for each signal wavelength included in the signal light and reflect light of a wavelength other than the transmitting wavelength toward the incident surface; and a reflection film disposed on the incident surface of the glass block, wherein processing to reduce reflection of the reflection light into the glass block is applied on an optical path of the reflection light reflected by the filter disposed at an end away from the antireflection film. An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission ...more ...less
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US9983357B2
Publication/Patent Number: US9983357B2
Publication date: 2018-05-29
Application number: 15/602,943
Filing date: 2017-05-23
Abstract: An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission surface of the glass block, the filters transmit light of a wavelength predetermined for each signal wavelength included in the signal light and reflect light of a wavelength other than the transmitting wavelength toward the incident surface; and a reflection film disposed on the incident surface of the glass block, wherein processing to reduce reflection of the reflection light into the glass block is applied on an optical path of the reflection light reflected by the filter disposed at an end away from the antireflection film. An optical demultiplexer that separates, for each signal wavelength, signal light a plurality of wavelengths of which is multiplexed, the optical demultiplexer including: an antireflection film disposed at on an incident surface of a glass block; filters disposed on an emission ...more ...less
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JP2018044598A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018044598A
Publication date: 2018-03-22
Application number: 2016179266
Filing date: 2016-09-14
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a hydraulic damper fixing method capable of easily fixing a hydraulic damper.SOLUTION: A hydraulic damper 1 is arranged between portions 19a, 19b to be fixed. Under this state, a joint 13a acting as one end part of the hydraulic damper 1 is fixed to one portion 19a to be fixed. Then, a solenoid valve 11 is electrically energized. For example, a power supply chord is connected to a terminal arranged at the hydraulic damper 1 and the solenoid valve 11 is electrically energized through a plug socket and the like. The solenoid valve 11 is opened through the electrical energization. In this way, a joint 13b acting as the other end part of the hydraulic damper 1 is fixed to the other portion 19b to be fixed under the opened state of the solenoid valve. After completion of fixing of the hydraulic damper 1, the electrical energization of the solenoid valve 11 is stopped. For example, the plug socket for the power supply chord is removed. With this arrangement as above, it is possible that the hydraulic damper 1 can be acted through the aforesaid control valve and the like.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 3 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a hydraulic damper fixing method capable of easily fixing a hydraulic damper.SOLUTION: A hydraulic damper 1 is arranged between portions 19a, 19b to be fixed. Under this state, a joint 13a acting as one end part of the hydraulic damper 1 is fixed ...more ...less
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JP2018018103A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2018018103A
Publication date: 2018-02-01
Application number: 2017205811
Filing date: 2017-10-25
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an evaluation method of spectacle lens by an evoked action of a cerebral visual cortex and the like capable of objectively evaluating the spectacle lens applicable to a user by measuring a brain activity and a design method of the spectacle lens using the evaluation method.SOLUTION: An evaluation method of a spectacle lens makes a subject wear an evaluation object lens, and enables the subject to view a visual stimulation object for inducing at least one of the specific region of the cerebral visual cortex and the specific region of the retina visual cell through the evaluation object lens, and measures the evoked action (evoked action of the cerebral visual field and the like) of at least one of the cerebral visual field and the retina visual cell by an electroencephalograph and a magnetoencephalography, and the spectacle lens is evaluated based on the time (latency) until the change is generated upon receipt of a visual stimulus and a size (amplitude) of the action.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 1 PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: