LITE-ON CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP.
|LITE-ON CLEAN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140097681||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ELECTRICITY MANAGEMENT - A system and a method for electricity management are disclosed. The system includes a data management unit, a cabinet, a control unit, an uninterruptible power supply apparatus and a power switch. The cabinet is powered by an external power supply. When the data management unit sends a testing instruction to the cabinet, the control unit controls the power switch to shut down the external power supply such that the cabinet is powered by the uninterruptible power supply apparatus instead. The control unit measures a set of battery parameters of the uninterruptible power supply apparatus, computes a power supply capacity of the uninterruptible power supply apparatus according to the set of battery parameters, and returns the power supply capacity to the data management unit.||04-10-2014|
|20140028103||CONTROL SYSTEM, POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM, AND METHOD FOR PREVENTING A FLOATING CHARGE OF A BATTERY - A control system, a power supply system, and a method for preventing a floating charge of a battery are disclosed. The control system is applied to the power supply system electronically connected to an electronic equipment and a power supply terminal. The control system includes a current regulator module and a battery management system. The current regulator module includes a switch element and a diode connected in parallel. The battery management system is used for monitoring a capacity of the battery and controlling the switch element; wherein when the capacity of the battery reaches a default value, the battery management system is used for controlling the switch element to stop charging the battery. When the power supply terminal stops providing the power, the battery provides the power through the diode first and then through the switch element to the electronic equipment.||01-30-2014|
|20140017537||BATTERY APPARATUS - A battery apparatus is disclosed. The battery apparatus has a frame body, a plurality of battery units, a first electric conductive sheet, a first electric-insulated thermally conductive pad, and a thermally conductive panel. The frame body has an upper surface and a first lateral plane; the plurality of battery units are situated inside the frame body and a first electrode of each battery unit is exposed to the upper surface; the first electric conductive sheet touches the upper surface and contacts the first electrode for conducting the electric currents of the plurality of battery units; the first electric-insulated thermally conductive pad is situated above the first electric conductive sheet; the first thermally conductive panel is situated above the first electric-insulated thermally conductive pad and contacts the first lateral plane.||01-16-2014|
|20120286733||BATTERY SYSTEM AND BATTERY EQUALIZER - A battery equalizer for equalizing electrical energy of a first battery unit and a second battery unit includes a first diode, a first switch, a second diode, a second switch, a capacitor and an inductor. The components are electrically connected to be able to form different circuit loops to equalize the electrical energy of the two battery units.||11-15-2012|
|20120074894||HYBRID BATTERY MODULE AND BATTERY MANAGEMENT METHOD - A hybrid battery module and a battery management method are provided. The hybrid battery module comprises a first energy storage unit, a second energy storage unit, and a charging unit. The charging unit is coupled between the first energy storage unit and the second energy storage unit for selectively providing a charging path between the first energy storage unit and the second storage unit. The first energy storage unit and the second energy storage unit transmit the energy stored therein to each other through the charging unit to maintain optimum power statuses thereof.||03-29-2012|
|20120072146||METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR DETECTING STATE OF CHARGE OF BATTERY - A method for detecting a state of charge (SOC) of a battery is disclosed. The method includes inputting a pulse to the battery for receiving a response curve of the battery associated with the pulse inputted to the battery, determining a set of parameters for preparing a simulated curve, comparing a difference between the response curve and the simulated curve, determining whether the difference between the simulated curve and the response curve is less than a predetermined threshold before further utilizing the parameters to determine the SOC from a corresponding relationship.||03-22-2012|
|20120038321||DETECTING MODULE FOR A BATTERY EQUALIZER AND METHOD FOR DETECTING A BATTERY EQUALIZER - A detecting module is for detecting a battery equalizer of a power supply device. The detecting module includes a current detecting unit, a drive circuit, and a control circuit. The current detecting unit is to be coupled to the battery equalizer and a battery set of the power supply device, and generates an output based on detected current flow through the battery equalizer. The drive circuit is to be coupled to the battery equalizer for driving operation of the battery equalizer. The control circuit is coupled to the drive circuit and the current detecting unit, controls the drive circuit to drive operation of the battery equalizer and determines, according to the output of the current detecting circuit, whether the battery equalizer is in a normal operating state.||02-16-2012|
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