DATALOGIC SCANNING GROUP S.R.L.
|DATALOGIC SCANNING GROUP S.R.L. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140247503||LIQUID LENS IMAGE CAPTURE DEVICE - An image capture module includes a liquid lens having a first and a second electrode, and a first and a second conductor element in electrical contact with the first and second electrode, respectively, the first and second conductor elements being each intended for connection with a voltage generator for driving the liquid lens. The first conductor element includes an electrically conductive body having a peripheral region for contact with the first electrode of the liquid lens with a light diaphragm aperture in a central region thereof.||09-04-2014|
|20120106352||METHOD TO PERFORM A WIRELESS COMMUNICATION IN A DATA COLLECTION SYSTEM - A method for performing wireless communication in a data-collection system includes a) listening whether a channel is free or busy and if the channel is free, transmitting; b) if the channel is busy, generating a random number and associating therewith a first interval of time to determine the instant of the start of transmission and further whether said channel is busy, identifying a second variable interval of time, monitoring the data exchanged in said channel with other devices that occupy the channel, queuing a third interval of time obtained from said first interval of time onto said second interval of time and transmitting at the end of said third interval of time. The second interval of time has a duration that is equal to the time wherein the channel remains in busy status.||05-03-2012|
|20110274372||LIQUID LENS IMAGE CAPTURE DEVICE - An image capture module includes a liquid lens having a first and a second electrode, and a first and a second conductor element in electrical contact with the first and second electrode, respectively, the first and second conductor elements being each intended for connection with a voltage generator for driving the liquid lens. The first conductor element includes an electrically conductive body having a peripheral region for contact with the first electrode of the liquid lens with a light diaphragm aperture in a central region thereof.||11-10-2011|
|20110073658||RECHARGE CRADLE FOR A CODED INFORMATION READER AND READING SYSTEM COMPRISING IT - A cradle for a hand held, battery-powered coded information reader comprises a base part and a reader support part which can be oriented with respect to the base part in at least two positions, the cradle including a power supply input and a power supply/recharge electrical interface for coupling with an electrical interface of the reader when supported in the cradle. The power supply input and the electrical interface of the cradle are housed in the support part. The cradle permits recharging irrespectively of the reader orientation.||03-31-2011|
|20110069877||Cradle for Coded Information Reader and Reading System Comprising It - In a reading system, a cradle for a coded information reader includes at least one security information interaction device.||03-24-2011|
|20100308116||DATA COLLECTION APPARATUS AND PORTABLE DATA COLLECTION DEVICE - A data collection apparatus includes a portable data collection device, a supporting base arranged for receiving the portable data collection device and connecting means arranged for removably retaining the portable data collection device in the supporting base, the connecting means including magnetic connecting means.||12-09-2010|
|20100214466||IMAGE ACQUISITION DEVICE AND OPTICAL COMPONENT THEREOF - An optical component of an image acquisition device includes at least two faces each having a first optically active region, the first optically active regions of the at least two faces being assigned to optical functions homologous to each other, but according to different acquisition configurations, the at least two faces defining respective reference planes, the normals to the reference planes being differently oriented.||08-26-2010|
|20100059592||AIMING DEVICE - An aiming device for an image acquisition apparatus includes light emitting means and a light guide arranged for receiving a luminous radiation generated by the light emitting means and for providing reference image means in an aiming zone, the light guide including consecutive portions of light guide defining preferential directions of passage for the luminous radiation, each portion of light guide being inclined with respect to an adjacent portion of light guide.||03-11-2010|
|20100051797||LASER LIGHT BEAM SCANNING DEVICE FOR READING CODED INFORMATION AND SCANNING OPTICAL ELEMENT FOR SUCH DEVICE - A laser light beam scanning device for reading coded information includes an emission source of a laser light beam, an optical element for scanning the laser light beam on a support containing coded information, an optical element for collecting the light coming from the support and photodetector means sensitive to the light collected by the collecting optical element so as to generate a representative signal of the information contained in the support. The collecting optical element is spatially distinct from, and integrally oscillating with, the scanning optical element and includes at least one transmissive input surface of the light coming from the support. In particular, the scanning optical element and the collecting optical element are part of a single scanning and light collecting optical element.||03-04-2010|
|20090278508||METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CHARGING BATTERIES - A method for charging batteries, in particular lithium batteries, includes the steps of connecting a battery electrically to a battery-charging apparatus, dispensing electric power to the battery by means of the battery-charging apparatus, and regulating the electric current and voltage dispensed by the battery-charging apparatus to the battery. The regulating step includes the steps of detecting the voltage at the terminals of the battery and regulating the voltage dispensed by the battery-charging apparatus, during a phase of constant-voltage battery charging, depending on the voltage detected at the terminals of the battery, to compensate for parasitic voltage drops existing between the battery (||11-12-2009|
Patent applications by DATALOGIC SCANNING GROUP S.R.L.