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Fujiwara Toshiaki, Nakao Hiroshi, Yamaguchi Seiji, Imai Hidetoshi, Takahashi Masaki: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, May 22, 2001: JP2001-137158 (7 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a central cleaner that realizes various functions developed for a general domestic cleaner in a short time and at a reduced cost. SOLUTION: A central cleaner in which the hose inlet 30 is electrically connected with commercial power supply using indoor wiring, and a ...


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Tsunaga Hisao, Hirose Toru, Kayama Hiroyuki: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, July 25, 2000: JP2000-201861 (1 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve the handleability and housing property of a hose by forming the area of a passage on the side of a direction opposite to the moving direction of a suction tool to be smaller than that on the side of the moving direction or forming the resistance of the passage on the ...


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Fukushima Masakazu, Oshima Hiroo, Takahashi Masaki, Kitagawa Akihiro: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, September 14, 1998: JP1998-243896

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To set a suction force for which the piping lengths from the main body of a central cleaner equipped with a plurality of insertion ports on the long piping to individual insertion ports, are taken under consideration. SOLUTION: Voltage setting means 17a, 17b, 17c which set volt ...


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Tanaka Osamu, Shimada Sadahiro: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, September 19, 2000: JP2000-254045

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a central cleaner good in its maneuverability having both functions for cleaning and cleaning air without requiring a hose exclusively used upon air cleaning operation. SOLUTION: An air cleaning means 14 is provided in a socket 8 itself provided in a piping part 6. T ...


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Gomibuchi Ryuji, Ohashi Satoshi, Tanaka Mahomi, Hoshi Akio, Kono Masatake, Kezuka Masamichi, Komiya Hisatoku, Ozawa Kozo: Residence experience facilities. Sekisui House, June 30, 2000: JP2000-181341

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide facilities from which each specification can be judged comprehensively by exhibiting equipment in a same space where durability, comfortableness, operation convenience of equipment, etc., of an actual residence can be grasped comprehensively.SOLUTION: In residence ex ...


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Nakatani Tadashi, Takahashi Masaki, Senoo Hiroyuki: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, July 11, 1995: JP1995-171070

PURPOSE: To improve the constructiveness by reducing the number of wirings inserted from the main body to an insert port and to easily confirm the operation after the work. CONSTITUTION: A main body 1 consists of a power transmission part 10 which supplys power to a hose 4 at hand through a power su ...


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Murata Satoru, Hayashi Nobuhiro: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, February 10, 1995: JP1995-039473

PURPOSE: To provide a central cleaner not clogged with dirt and satisfactory in maintenance property. CONSTITUTION: Pipes 40, 41, 42 having on each one end electromagnetic valves 37, 38, 39 are disposed on a plurality of spots on a piping 25, and an electromagnetic valve 43 is disposed in an intake ...


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Kaneda Noriko: Information managing system for cleaning. Matsushita Electric, January 12, 1996: JP1996-009472

PURPOSE: To improve efficiency for managing sanitary of a residential space and to save labor for cleaning. CONSTITUTION: At each nozzle inserting port 1 of a central cleaner, a POWER information control processing part 5 collects the information on cleaning such as the ON/OFF of POWER and the date ...


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Nakatani Tadashi, Takahashi Masaki, Takashima Yoshinori: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, March 7, 1995: JP1995-059681

PURPOSE: To reduce the number of wirings from a vacuum body to receptacles so as to eliminate the polarity in order to enhance the workability by determining the front half and rear half of a half wave having an a.c. power source phase and superposed in a pair of electric wires. CONSTITUTION: As the ...


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Senoo Hiroyuki, Takahashi Masaki, Nakatani Tadashi: Central cleaner. Matsushita Electric, March 7, 1995: JP1995-059680

PURPOSE: To cope with a synchronization deviation even in the case of continuous communication in a half-duplex communication system by setting a predetermined communication cycle, and by comparing the setting with the content on the vacuum cleaner body side at every signal receiving so as to compen ...



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