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Ogura Manabu: Lighting apparatus.. Holse, June 26, 1985: EP0146247-A2 (41 worldwide citation)

Lighting apparatus comprises a rod like member such as a candle having a light source, typically a flame or bulb at an upper end thereof. An optical fibre extends along the rod like member with its upper end juxtaposed the light source and the lower end in operative relationship with a photosensor w ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi: Variable speed escalator. Mitsubishi Electric, November 12, 2002: JP2002-326780 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To extensively relax restriction of an escalator installing site by restraining width and height of an overall escalator by eliminating an interference between a riser of a footstep and a follow-up rail by eliminating the conventional follow-up rail on a horizontal part on the ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Haruta Yasumasa, Yoshikawa Tatsuya, Nagaya Shinji, Nakamura Joichi: Sloped part high-speed escalator. Mitsubishi Electric, November 24, 2004: EP1479638-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

In a high-speed inclined portion escalator, a shape for an auxiliary track in a speed-changing region for steps is determined by finding a positional relationship between step link roller shafts of at least one of the steps and an adjacent step from a step speed profile representing a speed of the s ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Nakamura Joichi: Sloped part high-speed escalator. Mitsubishi Electric, January 8, 2003: JP2003-002572 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce the number of bearing parts in a link mechanism and simplify the structure of the link mechanism, so as to reduce an error in spacing for a driving roller shaft caused by an error and abrasion in the bearing part.SOLUTION: Each rotatable auxiliary roller 44 is provide ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Haruta Yasumasa, Yoshikawa Tatsuya, Nagaya Shinji, Nakamura Joichi: Inclined part high speed escalator. Mitsubishi Electric, July 30, 2003: JP2003-212463 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce the height of the section of an escalator even when a step body with a long riser is used.SOLUTION: A main frame 1 has a drive rail 4 for guiding a drive roller, a driven rail 5 for guiding a driven roller, and an auxiliary rail 6 for guiding an auxiliary roller. The ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Haruta Yasumasa, Yoshikawa Tatsuya, Nagaya Shinji, Nakamura Joichi: Sloped part high-speed escalator. Mitsubishi Electric, October 20, 2004: EP1468951-A1

In a high-speed inclined portion escalator, a traveling speed of steps in an intermediate inclined portion is set so as to be faster than a traveling speed of the steps in an upper landing portion and a lower landing portion. An upper portion moving handrail and a lower portion moving handrail are m ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Haruta Yasumasa, Yoshikawa Tatsuya, Nagaya Shinji, Nakumara Joichi: Steps for escalator with high speed inclined section. Mitsubishi Electric, July 30, 2003: EP1331196-A2

An escalator with a high speed inclined section according to the present invention is structured such that assuming that an upper-step-side end of the tread (7) is the origin of a coordinate system when a step (2) is seen from a side with the tread (7) being horizontal and on an upper side, a riser ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Haruta Yasumasa, Yoshikawa Tatsuya, Nagaya Shinji, Nakamura Joichi: Escalator with high-speed inclined section. Mitsubishi Electric, November 24, 2004: EP1479639-A1

In a high-speed inclined portion escalator, a plurality of steps are linked endlessly and moved cyclically along a cyclic path. Atraveling speedof the steps is higher in an intermediate inclined portion than in an upper landing portion and a lower landing portion. A speed ratio of the traveling spee ...


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Ogura Manabu, Yumura Takashi, Nakamura J: Escalator with high speed inclined section. Mitsubishi Electric, June 23, 2004: EP1431234-A1

In an escalator with a high speed inclined section, a plurality of steps are coupled in an endless manner and are moved to circulate. Driving roller shafts of the steps adjacent to each other are coupled with each other by a link mechanism. An interval between the driving roller shafts is changed as ...


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OGURA MANABU, YUMURA TAKASHI, NAKAMURA JOICHI: [fr] Escalier roulant avec section incliné à haute vitesse, [de] Fahrtreppe mit schiefen Hochgeschwindigkeitsteilbereichen, [en] Escalator with high speed inclined section. Mitsubishi Electric, December 8, 2010: EP2258651-A1

[en] The invention relates to an escalator with a high speed inclined section comprising the following components: a loop track including an upper landing section (A), a lower landing section (E), and an intermediate inclined section (C) situated between the upper landing section (A) and the lower l ...