Great research starts with great data.

Learn More
More >
Patent Analysis of

Chronograph

Updated Time 12 June 2019

Patent Registration Data

Publication Number

US10001755

Application Number

US14/862602

Application Date

23 September 2015

Publication Date

19 June 2018

Current Assignee

HEINZ, UWE

Original Assignee (Applicant)

HEINZ, UWE

International Classification

G04F7/08

Cooperative Classification

G04F7/0814

Inventor

HEINZ, UWE

Patent Images

This patent contains figures and images illustrating the invention and its embodiment.

US10001755 Chronograph 1 US10001755 Chronograph 2 US10001755 Chronograph 3
See all images <>

Abstract

A chronograph having a second wheel with an entraining spring, a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is constructed to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel, a pulse-transferring wheel, a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transferring wheel, a second shaft, wherein the second wheel is rigidly connected to the second shaft, a multifunction shaft is orientated parallel to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel and the pulse-transferring wheel is rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft, and, a two-part constructed zeroing lever having a zeroing lever arm and a zeroing lever interlock, wherein the zeroing lever arm is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of a zeroing lever arm and the zeroing lever interlock is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of zeroing lever interlock.

Read more

Claims

1. A chronograph, comprising: a second wheel having an entraining spring; a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is configured to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel; a drive wheel; a zeroing wheel, wherein the zeroing wheel is in constant engagement with the drive wheel; a pulse-transferring wheel; a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transferring wheel; a second shaft, wherein the second wheel is rigidly connected to the second shaft; and, a multifunction shaft orientated parallel to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel, the drive wheel and the pulse-transferring wheel are rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft and the pulse-transferring wheel is in constant engagement with the minute wheel.

2. The chronograph of claim 1, wherein a center second hand is rigidly connected to the second shaft and a center minute hand is rigidly connected to the minute wheel.

3. The chronograph of claim 1, wherein the drive wheel is coaxially disposed above the pulse-receiving wheel.

4. The chronograph of claim 1, further comprising a two-part constructed zeroing lever having a zeroing lever arm and a zeroing lever interlock, wherein the zeroing lever arm is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of a zeroing lever arm and the zeroing lever interlock is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of zeroing lever interlock.

5. The chronograph of claim 4, further comprising a zeroing heart for minutes rigidly connected to the zeroing wheel via a zeroing shaft.

6. The chronograph of claim 4, wherein the zeroing lever interlock has a first angled end.

7. The chronograph of claim 6, wherein the zeroing heart for minutes has a flattened end, wherein in a zero position of the chronograph, the first angled end of the zeroing lever interlock is in contact with the flattened end of the zeroing heart for minutes.

8. The chronograph of claim 4, wherein a zeroing heart for seconds is rigidly connected to a second wheel via a second shaft.

9. The chronograph of claim 4, wherein the zeroing lever interlock has a second angled end.

10. The chronograph of claim 9, wherein the zeroing heart for seconds has a flattened end, wherein in a zero position of the chronograph, the second angled end of the zeroing lever interlock is in contact with the flattened end of the zeroing heart for seconds.

Read more

Claim Tree

  • 1
    1. A chronograph, comprising:
    • a second wheel having an entraining spring
    • a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is configured to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel
    • a drive wheel
    • a zeroing wheel, wherein the zeroing wheel is in constant engagement with the drive wheel
    • a pulse-transferring wheel
    • a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transferring wheel
    • a second shaft, wherein the second wheel is rigidly connected to the second shaft
    • and, a multifunction shaft orientated parallel to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel, the drive wheel and the pulse-transferring wheel are rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft and the pulse-transferring wheel is in constant engagement with the minute wheel.
    • 2. The chronograph of claim 1, wherein
      • a center second hand is rigidly connected to the second shaft and a center minute hand is rigidly connected to the minute wheel.
    • 3. The chronograph of claim 1, wherein
      • the drive wheel is coaxially disposed above the pulse-receiving wheel.
    • 4. The chronograph of claim 1, further comprising
      • a two-part constructed zeroing lever having a zeroing lever arm and a zeroing lever interlock, wherein the zeroing lever arm is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of a zeroing lever arm and the zeroing lever interlock is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of zeroing lever interlock.
See all independent claims <>

Description

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates generally to a chronograph.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

A mechanic clockwork has as central components a mainspring barrel, a gear train, an escapement and an oscillator (balance wheel). Thereby the barrel with the mainspring provides the drive of the clockwork. Transferring the force occurs beginning at the mainspring barrel, via the movement to the escape wheel, which constitutes a component of the escapement. The movement drives the hands of the clock and transmits the spring force, which is stored in the mainspring, into rotations with different velocities, by what seconds, minutes, hours and so on are indicated.

U.S. Pat. No. 3,903,686 reveals a chronograph with a second hand, a minute hand and an hour hand, wherein these hands are combined with a minute- and second counter and possess the characteristic, that the second hand, the minute counter and the hour counter can be positioned to zero.

The German translation DE 698 30 930 T2 of the European patent EP 1 046 970 B1 reveals an intermittent feeding mechanism, by which a feeding latch is mounted on a first counting wheel with a part of a spring. The feeding latch rotates together with a first counting wheel, so that each turnaround of the feeding latch catches a gear of a second counting wheel or a second intermediate counting wheel, whereby the second counting wheel or the second intermediate counting wheel is pushed forward in an intermittent manner. This intermittent feeding mechanism has a protruding part mounted on the feeding latch, whereby a positioning hole is provided in a component of the first counting wheel. When the protruding part is inserted into the positioning hole and the protruding part is drifted through a part of the spring of the feeding latch, a positioning of the feeding latch occurs.

The escapement wheel represents the connection between the gear train and balance wheel of the clockwork. The balance wheel comprises an oscillating body, which is mounted in a rotatable manner around an axis of rotation by means of a balance wheel shaft. In addition a spiral spring is provided, which forms the oscillatory and clocking system together with the mass of the oscillating body. Finally the balance wheel comprises a device for regulating gears as for example a jiggler, with which the characteristics of the oscillation of the spiral spring can be changed and therefore the desired correct rate of the watch can be set. The proper rate of the watch is based on a preferably steady bidirectional oscillation of the balance wheel. Without delivering energy permanently, the balance wheel would however stop its movement. That is why the force, coming from the mainspring barrel, is transmitted continuously via the gear train to the balance wheel. The escapement transfers the force via escapement wheel and tie bar to the balance wheel. Thereby the tie bar engages alternately in a retardant and released manner into the escaping wheel that the movement always pulses in the same tempo.

Thereby, depending on the oscillation frequency of the balance wheel, an exact basic time unit is determined, on which the remaining arithmetic of the transferring wheels and therefore the accuracy of the clock is based. The exactness of the measurements of a mechanic chronograph also depends completely directly on this unit, since the chronograph is usually driven by the movement of the clock.

A chronograph, as for example the clockwork of type ETA Valjoux 7750, has at least a second hand and a minute hand, which can be stopped, reset to zero and started again on demand. The display of the measured time interval by means of a chronograph, can occur thereby by separate second- and minute dials or by a second hand and a minute hand, disposed coaxially with the original hands of the clock. In case of coaxially disposed hands, it is called a center second hand and a center minute hand.

The drive of the chronograph, which is shown in FIG. 1 and known from the prior art, occurs via a swiveling drive (not shown), which forces the gear train of the clock to engage with the second wheel 3. The pulse-receiving wheel 6 and the drive wheel 7, which is coaxially disposed above and rigidly connected to the pulse-receiving wheel 6, are suspended and are rigidly connected to a shaft (not shown), which is in turn is rotatable mounted in a plate disposed above the drive wheel 7.

The entraining spring 5 is rigidly connected to the second wheel 3 with its section averted from the pulse-receiving wheel 6. The section of the entraining spring 5, which is turned towards the pulse-receiving wheel 6, is developed resilient and provided for engagement into the pulse-receiving wheel 6.

The zeroing shaft 11 is rigidly connected to the zeroing wheel 8. The zeroing shaft 11 bears at its end, averted to the zeroing wheel 8, the intermediate wheel 15, which is in constant engagement with the pulse-transmitting wheel 9, which is in turn in constant engagement with the minute wheel 10. After a complete rotation of the second wheel 3, so after 60 seconds, the pulse-receiving wheel 6 is rotated for 6° by the entraining spring 5. The zeroing wheel 8, the intermediate wheel 15, the pulse-transmitting wheel 9 and the minute wheel 10 are moved further by means of the drive wheel 7, by what the center minute hand 2, which is rigidly connected to the minute wheel 10, finally advances for one unit.

The center second hand 1 is rigidly connected to the second shaft 4, which is in turn rigidly connected to the second wheel 3. The second shaft 4 penetrates the center of the minute wheel 10. The slewing drive (not shown) provides a direct drive of the second hand 3, whereby the center second hand 1 is moved via the second shaft 4.

A further component of the chronograph is the two-part developed zeroing lever 12, comprising a zeroing lever arm 12a and a zeroing interlock 12b (not visible in FIG. 1), wherein the zeroing lever 12 is stored in a rotatable manner around the pivotal point of the zeroing lever arm 19. The zeroing lever interlock 12b (see FIG. 3) is in turn connected in a rotatable manner around the pivotal point of the zeroing lever interlock to the zeroing lever arm 12a. The zeroing lever arm 12b is located in one plane with the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the zeroing heart for seconds 16. The zeroing heart for minutes 17 is rigidly connected to the zeroing wheel 8 via the zeroing shaft 11, whereas the zeroing heart for seconds 16 is rigidly connected to the second wheel 3 via the second shaft 4.

For stopping the chronograph, the slewing drive (not shown) is forced to release its engagement with the second wheel 3 with the help of a pusher (not shown). In addition, operating the pusher occurs in forcing an appropriate holding means (not shown), as for example a blocking interlock, to engage with the second wheel 3. Operating the pusher therefore results in a halt of center second hand 1 and center minute hand 2.

For bringing the chronograph into its zero position for a further measurement of time, the blocking interlock (not shown) is forced to release its engagement with the second wheel 3 by means of a further pusher. Simultaneously, by operating the pusher, the zeroing lever arm 12a and therefore the zeroing lever interlock 12b, as well, are pivoted for a small value in their corresponding plane, whereby the zeroing lever interlock 12b contacts with its front the zeroing heart for minutes 17 as well as the zeroing heart for seconds 16. Therefore the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the zeroing wheel 8, which is rigidly connected to the zeroing heart 17 via the zeroing shaft 11, as well as the zeroing heart for seconds 16 and the second wheel 3, which is rigidly connected to the zeroing heart 16 via the second shaft 4, are rotated so far until they are located in their zero position. This is the case, if the first angled end 13 of the zeroing lever interlock 12b touches the flattened end 17′ of the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the second angled end 14 of the zero lever interlock 12b touches the flattened end 16′ of the zeroing heart for seconds 16.

Due to the movement of the zeroing wheel 8 in its zero position, the intermediate wheel 15, the pulse-transmitting wheel 9, the minute wheel 10 and the center minute hand 2 are moved to their particular zero position, as well. Analogous to that due to the movement of the second wheel 3 to its zero position, the center second hand 1 is moved to its zero position, as well.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The present invention comprises a chronograph having a second wheel having an entraining spring, a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is configured to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel, a pulse-transferring wheel, a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transferring wheel, a second shaft, wherein the second wheel is rigidly connected to the second shaft, and, a multifunction shaft orientated parallel to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel and the pulse-transferring wheel is rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft.

The present invention also comprises a chronograph having a second wheel with an entraining spring, a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is constructed to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel, a pulse-transferring wheel, a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transferring wheel, a second shaft, wherein the second wheel is rigidly connected to the second shaft, a multifunction shaft is orientated parallel to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel and the pulse-transferring wheel is rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft, and, a two-part constructed zeroing lever having a zeroing lever arm and a zeroing lever interlock, wherein the zeroing lever arm is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of a zeroing lever arm and the zeroing lever interlock is supported in a rotatable manner around a pivotal point of zeroing lever interlock.

A general object of the present invention is to provide a chronograph with a preferably frictionless drive of the center second hand and center minute hand. Additionally an optimal force transmission should be achieved in the field of mechanic chronographs.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a chronograph with a preferably frictionless drive of the center second hand and center minute hand. Additionally, a zeroing of the center second hand and center minute hand is eased in the field of mechanic chronographs.

The inventive chronograph has a center second hand and a center minute hand. The chronograph has a second wheel with an entraining spring and a pulse-receiving wheel, wherein the entraining spring is constructed to engage with the pulse-receiving wheel. In addition a drive wheel and a zeroing wheel are provided, wherein the zeroing wheel is in constant engagement with the drive wheel. Furthermore a drive wheel and a zeroing wheel are provided, wherein the zeroing wheel is in constant engagement with the drive wheel. The chronograph further comprises a pulse-transmitting wheel and a minute wheel, wherein the minute wheel is in constant engagement with the pulse-transmitting wheel and the center minute hand is rigidly connected to the minute wheel. Finally a second shaft is provided, wherein the second wheel and the center second hand are rigidly connected to the second shaft. The chronograph, according to the invention, has a multifunction shaft, which is parallel orientated to the second shaft, wherein the pulse-receiving wheel, the drive wheel and the pulse-transmitting wheel are connected coaxially rigidly to the multifunction shaft.

Due to the inventive use of a multifunction shaft, which is parallel orientated to the second shaft, a drive of the center minute hand is achieved, wherein the drive is associated with reduced friction, compared to the solutions, known from the prior art. In contrast to the four transmissions for transferring the pulse of the entraining spring to the minute wheel, so from the entraining spring to the pulse-receiving wheel, from the drive wheel to the zeroing wheel, from the intermediate wheel to the pulse-transmitting wheel and from the pulse-transmitting wheel to the minute wheel, the solution, according to the invention only requires two transmission, so from the entraining spring to the pulse-receiving wheel and from the pulse-transmitting wheel to the minute wheel. A short, direct way from the entraining spring of the second wheel to the minute wheel is achieved by the multifunction shaft. A reduced frictional loss and an optimal pulse transmission is associated with the reduced number of transmission for transmitting the pulse. This finally results in an increased accuracy of the chronograph.

Additionally, the chronograph has a two-parts designed zeroing lever, which comprises a zeroing lever arm and a zeroing lever interlock, wherein the zeroing lever interlock has a first angled end and a second angled end. Besides, according to this embodiment, a zeroing heart for minutes and a zeroing heart for seconds are provided, wherein the zeroing heart for minutes has a flattened end and the zeroing heart for seconds has a flattened end. In zero position of the chronograph, the first angled end of the zeroing lever head is in contact with the flattened end of the zeroing heart for minutes and the second angled end of the zeroing lever head is in contact with the flattened end of the zeroing heart for seconds. An exact zero position of the chronograph is reached by these additional provided elements before executing a time measurement.

These and other objects, advantages and features of the present invention will be better appreciated by those having ordinary skill in the art in view of the following detailed description of the invention in view of the drawings.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The nature and mode of operation of the present invention will now be more fully described in the following detailed description of the invention taken with the accompanying figures, in which:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a chronograph according to the prior art;

FIG. 2 is a perspective top view of a chronograph according to the present invention; and,

FIG. 3 is a perspective bottom view of the chronograph shown in FIG. 2.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

With specific reference now to the drawings in detail, it is stressed that the particulars shown are by way of example and for purposes of illustrative discussion of the preferred embodiments of the present invention only, and are presented in the cause of providing what is believed to be the most useful and readily understood description of the principles and conceptual aspects of the invention. In this regard, no attempt is made to show structural details of the invention in more detail than is necessary for a fundamental understanding of the invention, the description taken with the drawings making apparent to those skilled in the art how the several forms of the invention may be embodied in practice.

While the present invention is described with respect to what is presently considered to be the preferred aspects, it is to be understood that the invention as claimed is not limited to the disclosed aspect. The present invention is intended to include various modifications and equivalent arrangements within the spirit and scope of the appended claims.

Furthermore, it is understood that this invention is not limited to the particular methodology, materials and modifications described and as such may, of course, vary. It is also understood that the terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular aspects only, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention, which is limited only by the appended claims.

Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood to one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. Although any methods, devices or materials similar or equivalent to those described herein can be used in the practice or testing of the invention, the preferred methods, devices, and materials are now described.

A chronograph, according to the invention, is schematically shown in the perspective view of FIG. 2. The drive of the chronograph is effected by a slewing drive (not shown), which forces the gear train of the clock to engage with the second wheel 3. According to the invention, the pulse-receiving wheel 6 and the drive wheel 7, which is coaxially disposed above the pulse-receiving wheel 6, are rigidly connected to a multifunction shaft 18, which is supported in the ruby bearing jewel 21 in a plate (not shown), which is disposed above the drive wheel 7. Besides, the pulse-transferring wheel 9, which is in constant engagement with the minute wheel 10, is rigidly connected to the multifunction shaft 18.

The entraining spring 5 is rigidly connected to the second wheel 3 with its section being averted to the pulse-receiving wheel 6. The section of the entraining spring 5, which is turned towards the pulse-receiving wheel 6, is constructed spring-loaded and is provided for engagement with the pulse-receiving wheel 6. The zeroing wheel 8, which is rigidly connected to the zeroing shaft 11, is in constant engagement with the drive wheel 7. The zeroing shaft 11 is supported in a plate (not shown).

After a whole rotation of the second wheel 3, the pulse-receiving wheel 6 is continued to rotate for a subunit by the entraining spring 5. The zeroing wheel 8, the pulse-transferring wheel 9 and the minute wheel 10 are continued to move by the drive wheel 7, by what the center minute hand 2 finally advances for one unit.

The center second hand 1 is rigidly connected to the second shaft 4, wherein the second shaft 4 is in contrast rigidly connected to the second wheel 3. The second shaft 4 penetrates the center of the minute wheel 10. The slewing drive (not shown) provides a direct drive of the second wheel 3, wherein the center second hand 1 is moved via the second shaft 4, as well.

A further component of the chronograph is the two-piece constructed and rotatable stored zeroing lever 12, whose functions are to be explained with the help of FIG. 3. The zeroing lever 12 consists of a zeroing lever arm 12a and a zeroing lever interlock 12b, wherein the zeroing lever arm 12a is supported in a rotatable manner around the pivotal point of the zeroing lever arm 19 and the zeroing lever interlock 12b is connected in a rotatable manner around the pivotal point of the zeroing lever interlock 20 to the zeroing lever arm 12a. The zeroing interlock 12b is located in a plane with the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the zeroing heart for seconds 16. The zeroing heart for minutes 17 is rigidly connected to the zeroing wheel 8 via the zeroing shaft 11, whereas the zeroing heart for seconds 16 is rigidly connected to the second wheel 3 via the second shaft 4.

For stopping the chronograph, the slewing drive (not shown) is forced to release the engagement with the second wheel 3 with the help of a pusher (not shown). Additionally, operating the pusher causes, that an appropriate holding means (not shown), as for example a blocking interlock, is forced to engage with the second wheel 3. Pressing the pusher therefore results in a halt of center second hand 5 and center minute hand 2.

For delivering the chronograph in its zero position for a further time measurement, the blocking interlock (not shown) is forced to release the engagement with the second wheel 3 with the help of a further pusher (not shown). Simultaneously, the zeroing lever arm 12a and therefore the zeroing lever interlock 12b, as well, are pivoted for a small value in their particular plane by operating the pusher, by what the zeroing lever interlock 12b contacts with its front the zeroing heart for minutes 17 as well as the zeroing heart for seconds 16. Therefore the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the zeroing wheel 8, which is rigidly connected to the zeroing heart for minutes 17 via the zeroing shaft 11, as well as the zeroing heart for seconds 16 and the second wheel 3, which is rigidly connected to the zeroing heart for seconds 16 via the second shaft 4, are rotated so far, until they are in their zero position. This is the case, if the first angled end 13 of the zeroing lever interlock 12b touches the flattened end 17′ of the zeroing heart for minutes 17 and the second angled end 14 of the zeroing lever interlock 12b touches the flattened end 16′ of the zeroing heart for seconds 16.

Due to this movement of the zeroing wheel 8 in its zero position, the drive wheel 7, the pulse-transmitting wheel 9, the minute wheel 10 and the center minute hand 2 are moved in their particular zero position, as well. Analogous to this, the center second hand 1 is delivered to its zero position due to the movement of the second wheel 3.

Thus, it is seen that the objects of the present invention are efficiently obtained, although modifications and changes to the invention should be readily apparent to those having ordinary skill in the art, such modifications are intended to be within the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed. It also is understood that the foregoing description is illustrative of the present invention and should not be considered as limiting. Therefore, other embodiments of the present invention are possible without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention as claimed.

LIST OF REFERENCE CHARACTERS

  • 1 Center second hand
  • 2 Center minute hand
  • 3 Second wheel
  • 4 Second shaft
  • 5 Entraining spring
  • 6 Pulse-receiving wheel
  • 7 Drive wheel
  • 8 Zeroing wheel
  • 9 Pulse-transmitting wheel
  • 10 Minute wheel
  • 11 Zeroing shaft
  • 12 Zeroing lever
  • 12a Zeroing lever arm
  • 12b Zeroing lever interlock
  • 13 First angled end of the zeroing lever interlock
  • 14 Second angled end of the zeroing lever interlock
  • 15 Intermediate wheel
  • 16 Zeroing heart for seconds
  • 16′ Flattened end of the zeroing heart for seconds
  • 17 Zeroing heart for minutes
  • 17′ Flattened end of the zeroing heart for minutes
  • 18 Multifunction shaft
  • 19 Pivotal point of the zeroing lever arm
  • 20 Pivotal point of the zeroing lever interlock
  • 21 Ruby bearing jewel

Read more
PatSnap Solutions

Great research starts with great data.

Use the most comprehensive innovation intelligence platform to maximise ROI on research.

Learn More

Patent Valuation

$

Reveal the value <>

10.0/100 Score

Market Attractiveness

It shows from an IP point of view how many competitors are active and innovations are made in the different technical fields of the company. On a company level, the market attractiveness is often also an indicator of how diversified a company is. Here we look into the commercial relevance of the market.

61.0/100 Score

Market Coverage

It shows the sizes of the market that is covered with the IP and in how many countries the IP guarantees protection. It reflects a market size that is potentially addressable with the invented technology/formulation with a legal protection which also includes a freedom to operate. Here we look into the size of the impacted market.

64.01/100 Score

Technology Quality

It shows the degree of innovation that can be derived from a company’s IP. Here we look into ease of detection, ability to design around and significance of the patented feature to the product/service.

26.0/100 Score

Assignee Score

It takes the R&D behavior of the company itself into account that results in IP. During the invention phase, larger companies are considered to assign a higher R&D budget on a certain technology field, these companies have a better influence on their market, on what is marketable and what might lead to a standard.

17.68/100 Score

Legal Score

It shows the legal strength of IP in terms of its degree of protecting effect. Here we look into claim scope, claim breadth, claim quality, stability and priority.

Citation

Patents Cited in This Cited by
Title Current Assignee Application Date Publication Date
包括记时器和表的时计 宝玑表有限公司 23 February 2010 15 September 2010
Chronograph watch 23 January 1985 31 July 1987
Chronograph watch 23 January 1985 31 July 1987
Zero-resetting device for a timepiece CHOPARD MANUFACTURE SA 15 August 2006 13 November 2009
用于计时装置的归零装置 肖帕尔制造公司 10 August 2007 20 February 2008
See full citation <>

More like this

Title Current Assignee Application Date Publication Date
Mechanism for a watch movement CHANEL SA GENÈVE 15 March 2017 21 September 2017
Handless transport vehicle WAXMAN, MATTHEW 06 May 2016 10 November 2016
A self-propelling machine EUROSYSTEMS S.P.A. 22 July 2016 02 February 2017
Bicycle with stabilizer POTMA, THEODORUS GERHARDUS 12 September 2016 16 March 2017
Device for assisted omnidirectional movement of hospital beds and other omnidirectionally mobile loads POLITECNICO DI MILANO,UNIVERSITA' DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO-BICOCCA,INFO SOLUTION S.P.A. 05 June 2017 14 December 2017
Hydraulic time difference-based braking device CHANG, JUI-LUNG 03 August 2016 08 February 2018
Timepiece regulator, timepiece movement and timepiece having such a regulator LVMH SWISS MANUFACTURES SA 30 November 2015 16 June 2016
Two-wheeled electric scooter SHENZHEN FL-SMART TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD 14 March 2017 28 December 2017
乗用移動車両 須田 義大 06 September 2006 21 March 2008
Timepiece movement COMPLITIME S.A. 08 May 2017 28 December 2017
Oscillator for timepiece movement JEANNERET, MARC ANDRÉ 18 December 2015 23 June 2016
Smart watch based micro-movement detection for vehicles CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVE GMBH 28 May 2015 01 December 2016
Mechanical clockwork MINTIENS, BENOÎT 23 March 2017 07 December 2017
Frame of a vehicle with front wheels YANGDING (TIANJIN) COMMERCIAL TRADING CO., LTD.,CHANG, FU-LONG 08 March 2017 14 September 2017
Measuring a length of movement of an elongate intraluminal device KONINKLIJKE PHILIPS N.V. 06 July 2017 11 January 2018
Method of timing for an object EATON CORPORATION 23 May 2005 12 December 2012
Catheter placement device THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY,SONOSTIK LLC 22 October 2015 06 May 2016
Self-balancing powered unicycle device ARTEMEV, TIMUR 10 May 2016 17 November 2016
Intelligent car steering wheel security system CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVE GMBH 10 February 2015 18 August 2016
Method for returning two-wheeled balancing device in levitated overrunning state back to ground and two-wheeled balancing device SHANGHAI STREAMIND CLOUD COMPUTERING TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. 18 December 2015 16 February 2017
See all similar patents <>

More Patents & Intellectual Property

PatSnap Solutions

PatSnap solutions are used by R&D teams, legal and IP professionals, those in business intelligence and strategic planning roles and by research staff at academic institutions globally.

PatSnap Solutions
Search & Analyze
The widest range of IP search tools makes getting the right answers and asking the right questions easier than ever. One click analysis extracts meaningful information on competitors and technology trends from IP data.
Business Intelligence
Gain powerful insights into future technology changes, market shifts and competitor strategies.
Workflow
Manage IP-related processes across multiple teams and departments with integrated collaboration and workflow tools.
Contact Sales
Clsoe
US10001755 Chronograph 1 US10001755 Chronograph 2 US10001755 Chronograph 3