ADAMANT KOGYO CO., LTD.
|ADAMANT KOGYO CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130216191||OPTICAL FIBER CONNECTOR COMPONENT AND OPTICAL FIBER CONNECTOR PROVIDED WITH OPTICAL FIBER CONNECTOR COMPONENT - Provided are an optical fiber connector component which holds an optical fiber and is capable of being inserted through a thin pipe and capable of being inserted smoothly through a pipe, and an optical fiber connector provided with the optical fiber connector component. The optical fiber connector component comprises a ferrule having a fiber hole to hold an inserted coaxially disposed optical fiber, a stop ring arranged on the base end side of the ferrule, and an urging means arranged in between the ferrule and the stop ring; the optical fiber connector is characterized by having a housing and cover member coaxially connected to the optical fiber, and the cover member being fixed to the stop ring of the optical fiber component by means of a fixing member.||08-22-2013|
|20130088223||TWO-CORE OPTICAL FIBER MAGNETIC FIELD SENSOR - A two-core optical fiber magnetic field sensor is configured from at least a light incidence/emission unit; a lens; a magnetic garnet; and a reflector, wherein the lens and the magnetic garnet are disposed between the light incidence/emission end of the light incidence/emission unit and the reflector; a light beam is emitted from one optical fiber; the light beam is reflected by the reflector after being transmitted through the lens and the magnetic garnet; the light beam is transmitted again through the magnetic garnet and the lens after the reflection; and incident on the other optical fiber, the light beam is emitted again from the other optical fiber, and reflected by the reflector after being transmitted through the lens and the magnetic garnet; and the light beam is transmitted again through the magnetic garnet and the lens after the reflection and incident again on the one optical fiber.||04-11-2013|
|20130069628||OPTICAL FIBRE BIREFRINGENCE COMPENSATION MIRROR AND CURRENT SENSOR - Disclosed is an optical fibre birefringence compensation mirror. Also disclosed is a current sensor wherein vibration resistance has been increased due to the optical connection of the optical fibre birefringence compensation mirror. The optical fibre birefringence compensation mirror includes: an optical fibre, a birefringence element, a lens, a magnet, a Faraday rotator, and a mirror. From the light incidence/emission end surface of the optical fibre, the birefringence element, Faraday rotator, and mirror are arranged in said order. Light comes in from the optical fibre, and is separated into two linearly polarised lights by the birefringence element. The polarisation planes of the two linearly polarised lights are rotated by the Faraday rotator, and the two linearly polarised lights are point-symmetrically reflected at one point by the mirror, then again rotated by the Faraday rotator, then re-combined into one light by the birefringence element and made to enter the optical fibre.||03-21-2013|
|20120091991||ELECTRIC CURRENT MEASURING APPARATUS - An electric measuring apparatus is constructed in such a way as to include a signal processing circuit equipped with at least a polarized light separating unit, Faraday rotators, a light source, a photoelectric conversion element, and optical fibers for a sensor. The optical fibers for the sensor are placed around the periphery of an electrical conductor through which electric current to be measured flows. Furthermore, the rotation angle of each Faraday rotator at the time when the magnetism of each Faraday rotator is saturated is set to 22.5°+α° at a temperature of 23° C., thereby changing the rotation angle of each Faraday rotator by α° from 22.5°.||04-19-2012|
|20120020625||OPTICAL CONNECTOR PLUG - An optical connector plug is comprised of a pair of divided front and rear housings formed generally in a quadrilateral tubular shape for receiving a ferrule to hold an optical fiber. A housing, one of the housings is provided with engagement openings on at least opposite wall portions thereof, and the other housing is provided with engagement projections on its opposite wall portions to be engaged in the engagement openings. Furthermore, fitting projections are formed in the longitudinal direction on the wall portions in which the engagement openings are formed, and fitting recesses to be fitted with the fitting projections are formed in the wall portions on which the engagement projections are formed. The pair of housings are firmly joined to each other by engaging the engagement projections with the engagement openings and by fitting and engaging the fitting projections in the fitting recesses.||01-26-2012|
|20110038584||HOUSING FOR OPTICAL CONNECTOR AND OPTICAL CONNECTOR - An optical connector is provided to reliably hold a ferrule assembly in a housing to enable it stable optical connection. The optical connector is able to accomplish stable connection without any concern of displacement of an optical connecting end portion of the ferrule, even if the optical connector is subjected to repeated connecting and disconnecting operations. In the optical connector, a ferrule assemble having a polygonal prism-shaped flange is accommodated and held so as to elastically reciprocate in a housing of a cavity which has a polygonal engaging portion to receive and engage the flange of the ferrule assemble. A protrusion is formed at an end part of each engaging wall in the direction of inserting the ferrule assemble to rise toward an insertion opening for the ferrule assemble, and each protruding portion of the protrusion is provided to have each different rising height thereof.||02-17-2011|
|20080247029||MICRO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEM MICRO MIRROR - A micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) micro mirror and a method of making the same. The micro mirror includes a body having a mirror support, opposed anchor s and flexible hinges which connect the mirror support to the anchor s. The mirror support has opposed comb edges with comb fingers. Electrodes, which have comb fingers to interact with the comb fingers of the mirror support, are spaced from the comb edges. The comb fingers along each of the comb edges of the mirror support surface are positioned on different horizontal planes from and the comb fingers on the electrodes so as to maximize electrostatic actuation.||10-09-2008|
Patent applications by ADAMANT KOGYO CO., LTD.