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Takahashi Masaki, Matsushiro Tadashi, Senoo Hiroyuki: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, September 26, 2000: JP2000-262449 (26 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vacuum cleaner which is excellent in dust collection performance and capable of the comfortable cleaning. SOLUTION: The vacuum cleaner comprises a motor 2, a dust sensor 3 to detect the dust passing through a dust passing passage during the suction, a dust accumula ...


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Senoo Hiroyuki, Fukushima Masakazu: Electric vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, April 3, 2008: JP2008-073066 (24 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To stably compress dust and dirt, and to increase the collected dust amount notification precision in an electric vacuum cleaner.SOLUTION: This electric vacuum cleaner incorporates a dust collecting container 4, a dust collecting container housing section 5, a compressing plate ...


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Takahashi Masaki, Senoo Hiroyuki, Hayami Sadataka, Maeda Hiromi: Electric vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, April 25, 2000: JP2000-116577 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electric vacuum cleaner capable of performing a comfortable cleaning operation through control of the motor supply power so that the suction force is variable by sensing the motor current and power factor.SOLUTION: An e electric vacuum cleaner is equipped with a c ...


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Nishimura Takeshi, Yuasa Yasuhiro, Takahashi Masaki, Senoo Hiroyuki: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, July 26, 2007: JP2007-185413 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a method of controlling a motor by suppressing the high-frequency noise and a vacuum cleaner using the method.SOLUTION: The vacuum cleaner comprises an electric blower 110 with a centrifugal fan, resonance type mufflers 111 and 112 with a plurality of recesses 113 to ...


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Uratani Hiroyuki, Soejima Masakuni, Fujita Koichi, Shibuya Masaki, Imai Hidetoshi, Takahashi Masaki, Fukushima Masaichi, Senoo Hiroyuki: Vaccum cleaner and suction nozzle employed therein. Matsushita Electric, November 26, 2003: EP1364608-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A suction nozzle (3) for use in a vacuum cleaner (1) includes a floor nozzle (11) and a mini nozzle (10) having a suction head (40), a rotatable joint (8), and joint (9), to be detachably secured in the floor nozzle (11). Either of the suction head (40) and the rotatable joint (8) or the rotatable j ...


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Senoo Hiroyuki: Client server system, its data processing method and recording medium with its program recorded thereon. Hitachi Software Eng, July 19, 2001: JP2001-195272 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce a CPU load in the environment of a client and a request for a memory and a disk resource, and to improve the extendibility or maintenance of this system by integrating a function offered by a server and a function at a client side using this function into components. ...


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Yuasa Yasuhiro, Fukushima Masakazu, Senoo Hiroyuki, Takahashi Masaki: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, February 5, 2004: JP2004-033456 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a charge control method for a secondary battery of an AC/DC cleaner which does not require a time for charging the secondary battery, avoiding troublesomeness.SOLUTION: The method is constituted of loads 20A and 20B for setting charging currents of a commercial power ...


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Senoo Hiroyuki, Yuasa Yasuhiro, Fukushima Masakazu, Takahashi Masaki: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, February 5, 2004: JP2004-033458 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a rechargeable AC/DC cleaner that reduces cost without need of provision of a separate charger and eliminates wasting of time by being charged even while it is operated by alternative current.SOLUTION: The vacuum cleaner is provided with a first electric blower drive ...


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Beppu Shuho, Takahashi Masaki, Yuasa Yasuhiro, Fukushima Masakazu, Senoo Hiroyuki: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, May 26, 2005: JP2005-131224 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vacuum cleaner which has strong suction force and can be used for a long time.SOLUTION: This vacuum cleaner has a cleaner body (not shown in Fig.) which contains a main electric battery 7, a motor-driven blower 2, and a control circuit 3 which controls input of the ...


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Senoo Hiroyuki, Ishibashi Takafumi, Oshima Hiroo, Ueno Seiichi, Ito Akito: Vacuum cleaner. Matsushita Electric, May 17, 2007: JP2007-117143 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To highly precisely control an electric power without being restricted in detectable dimension of dust in a vacuum cleaner detecting the dust passing through an air passage with a sensor.SOLUTION: This vacuum cleaner is so constituted that a determination control means 9 contro ...



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