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 Gear transmission and derailleur system patent thumbnailGear transmission and derailleur system
A transmission system for vehicles, including bicycles, is disclosed. The system aligns a chain or other drive means to a center of each of a plurality of provided sprockets, allows for a smaller, lighter and more durable shifter/controller, and reduces various complications associated with cable slack and shifting.
Paha Designs, Llc


 Communications bladed panel systems patent thumbnailCommunications bladed panel systems
A fiber panel system includes a chassis and at least blades configured to mount to the chassis. Each blade is moveable relative to the chassis between a retracted (closed) position and at least one extended position.
Commscope Technologies Llc


 Inline splicing module for easy access to cable subgroups patent thumbnailInline splicing module for easy access to cable subgroups
An inline splicing module for use in combination with one or more fiber subgroup cables each having a plurality of individual fibers includes a backplane component having top and bottom sides; at least one projection on the backplane component defining a cable slack storage component for securing the fiber subgroup cable in a storage position; at least one splice capturing component on the backplane component having a plurality of splice protector sleeves that are each sized and configured for securing therethrough a corresponding one of the plurality of individual fibers from one of the one or more fiber subgroup cables; and a plurality of fiber optic couplers each being structured and disposed for receipt of a corresponding one of the plurality of individual fibers.. .
Optical Cable Corporation


 Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module including a rack mount portion, a center portion, and a main housing portion. The rack mount portion is stationarily coupled to the frame, the center portion is slidably coupled to the rack mount portion along a sliding direction, and the main housing portion is slidably coupled to the center portion along the sliding direction.
Commscope Technologies Llc


 Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module. The fiber optic module includes a main housing portion defining fiber optic connection locations for connecting cables to be routed through the frame and a cable management portion for guiding cables between the main housing portion and the frame.

 Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module including a rack mount portion, a center portion, and a main housing portion. The rack mount portion is stationarily coupled to the frame, the center portion is slidably coupled to the rack mount portion along a sliding direction, and the main housing portion is slidably coupled to the center portion along the sliding direction.
Adc Telecommunications, Inc.


 Slidable telecommunications tray with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable telecommunications tray with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a rack for mounting a plurality of chassis, each chassis including a plurality of trays slidably mounted thereon and arranged in a vertically stacked arrangement. Each tray includes fiber optic connection locations and a cable manager coupled to the tray and also coupled to the chassis, the cable manager for routing cables to and from the fiber optic connection locations and defining a plurality of link arms pivotally connected such that the manager retracts and extends with a corresponding movement of the tray, wherein the link arms pivot relative to each other to prevent cables managed therein from being bent in an arc having a radius of curvature less than a predetermined value, each link arm defining a top wall, a bottom wall, and two oppositely positioned sidewalls, each link arm defining an open portion along at least one of the sidewalls and an open portion along the top wall for receiving cables therein, the open portions along the top wall and the at least one of the sidewalls communicating with each other..

 Method and  removing underwater platforms patent thumbnailMethod and removing underwater platforms
A method is provided for removing an abandoned marine platform from a seabed. The platform extends below the seabed mud line.

 Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module including a rack mount portion, a center portion, and a main housing portion. The rack mount portion is stationarily coupled to the frame, the center portion is slidably coupled to the rack mount portion along a sliding direction, and the main housing portion is slidably coupled to the center portion along the sliding direction.
Adc Telecommunications, Inc.


 Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management patent thumbnailSlidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management
A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module including a rack mount portion, a center portion, and a main housing portion. The rack mount portion is stationarily coupled to the frame, the center portion is slidably coupled to the rack mount portion along a sliding direction, and the main housing portion is slidably coupled to the center portion along the sliding direction.

Communications bladed panel systems

A fiber panel system includes a chassis and at least blades configured to mount to the chassis. Each blade is moveable relative to the chassis between a retracted (closed) position and at least one extended position.
Adc Telecommunications, Inc.

Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management

A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a fiber optic cassette comprising a body defining a front and an opposite rear and an enclosed interior. A fiber optic signal entry location is defined on the body for a fiber optic signal to enter the interior via a fiber optic cable.
Adc Telecommunications, Inc.

Safety device on a vehicle, and associated vehicle

The invention relates to a safety device (10) on a vehicle (1), which comprises, for each front wheel (12), a cable system (20) with a traction cable (22), which is fastened to a body part (32) at a first fastening point (24.1) and is fastened to a front wheel (12) at a second fastening point (24.2), and with at least one deflecting means (26) which is arranged between the first and second fastening points (24.1, 24.2), wherein, in a deactivated state, the cable system (20) releases a steering movement of the front wheel (12) arranged in a wheel house (16) and, in an activated state during a collision, pivots the front wheel (12) effected from any starting position into a protective position, in which the outer side of the front wheel (12) is turned in the direction of the obstacle (5) and the inner side is turned in the direction of the front wall (18.1), and also to a vehicle (1) with such a safety device (10). According to the invention, the cable system (20) in each case comprises a self-locking means (28) which is arranged between the fastening points (24.1, 24.2) and has cable slack (28.1) and a lock (28.2), wherein, in the deactivated state, the lock (28.2) releases the cable slack (28.1) of the traction cable (22) and therefore the steering movement of the front wheel (12) and, in the activated state, locks the cable slack (28.1) of the traction cable (22), and therefore, in the event of a head-on impact, the penetrating obstacle (5) actuates the traction cable (22) depending on the contact ratio, the traction cable pivoting the front wheel (12) affected into the protective position.
Audi Ag

Method and removing underwater platforms

A method is provided for removing an abandoned marine platform from a seabed having an upper surface or mud line. The platform extends typically below the seabed and mud line.

Cable slack prevention device and fuel door apparatus provided with the same

A cable slack prevention device may include: a cable to both ends of which a first operation part and a second operation part are connected, respectively, and which is pulled by an operation of the first operation part to link with the second operation part; a fixing body which is fixed to the cable with surrounding it and is formed as a cylinder shape, and on an outer peripheral surface of which outer screws are formed; and a guide bracket which is fixed to a vehicle body and surrounds the fixing body, and on an inner peripheral surface of which inner screws are formed and the inner screws are meshed with the outer screws of the fixing body, allowing the cable to be rotated and twisted when the cable is pulled.. .
Hyundai Motor Company

Method and system for monitoring and managing fiber cable slack in a coiled tubing

A method and system for monitoring a cable within a coiled tubing is disclosed. A first set of excitation signals is applied to the coiled tubing at a first point in time.
Halliburton Energy Services, Inc.

Telecommunications assembly with patch cord storage

A telecommunications assembly includes a tray assembly including a tray and a cable spool assembly rotatably mounted to the tray, a connector holder arrangement for temporarily holding connectors, wherein the connector holder arrangement is mounted for rotation with the cable spool assembly, and cable storage arrangements for individually storing cables from the cable spool assembly to the connector holder arrangement. After a main cable is unwound from the cable spool assembly, a connector can be removed from the connector holder assembly, and cable slack stored in the cable storage arrangement can be removed allowing connection of the connector to equipment..

Slidable telecommunications tray with cable slack management

A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a rack for mounting a plurality of chassis, each chassis including a plurality of trays slidably mounted thereon and arranged in a vertically stacked arrangement. Each tray includes fiber optic connection locations and a cable manager coupled to the tray and also coupled to the chassis, the cable manager for routing cables to and from the fiber optic connection locations and defining a plurality of link arms pivotally connected such that the manager retracts and extends with a corresponding movement of the tray, wherein the link arms pivot relative to each other to prevent cables managed therein from being bent in an arc having a radius of curvature less than a predetermined value, each link arm defining a top wall, a bottom wall, and two oppositely positioned sidewalls, each link arm defining an open portion along at least one of the sidewalls and an open portion along the top wall for receiving cables therein, the open portions along the top wall and the at least one of the sidewalls communicating with each other..

Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management

A telecommunications device includes a rack defining right, left, front, rear, top, and bottom sides, the rack defining mounting locations in a stacked arrangement from the bottom to the top, the mounting locations for receiving modules defining connection locations. A cable storage bay is located at one of the right and left sides of the rack and defines front and rear cable storage areas.

Gear transmission and derailleur system

A transmission system for vehicles, including bicycles, is disclosed. The system aligns a chain or other drive means to a center of each of a plurality of provided sprockets, allows for a smaller, lighter and more durable shifter/controller, and reduces various complications associated with cable slack and shifting.

Slidable fiber optic connection module with cable slack management

A fiber optic telecommunications device includes a frame and a fiber optic module including a rack mount portion, a center portion, and a main housing portion. The rack mount portion is stationarily coupled to the frame, the center portion is slidably coupled to the rack mount portion along a sliding direction, and the main housing portion is slidably coupled to the center portion along the sliding direction.

Robotic power and signal distribution using laminated cable with separator webs

Systems and methods that facilitate cables to pass through moving, space-constrained joints and conveying power and/or signals to various robotic joint-associated elements utilize a unitary and flat laminated cable slack within the joint to accommodate the relative motion between mechanical elements of the joints. In various embodiments, the cable has multiple insulated sub-cables; each sub-cable is insulated and physically separable from all other sub-cables.



Cable Slack topics:
  • Cable Slack
  • Telecommunications
  • Telecommunication
  • Communications
  • Rack Mount
  • Fiber Optic
  • Cable Retainer
  • Gear Transmission
  • Complication


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