MAXZONE AUTO PARTS CORP.
|MAXZONE AUTO PARTS CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130114278||VEHICULAR LAMP WITH OPTICAL AXIS ADJUSTING DEVICE - A vehicular lamp with a optical axis adjusting device includes a housing, a reflector assembly pivotably mounted to the housing, a light source assembly mounted to the reflector assembly, and the optical axis adjusting device mounted to the reflector assembly. The optical axis adjusting device includes a threaded shaft and a fulcrum. The fulcrum is pivotably mounted to the reflector assembly and threaded with the threaded shaft. When the threaded shaft is rotated, the fulcrum can move along the axial direction of the threaded shaft and meanwhile drive the reflector assembly to pivot with respect to the housing, so the angle of the optical axis of the vehicular lamp can be adjusted.||05-09-2013|
|20120182751||FIXING BASE STRUCTURE OF VEHICULAR LAMP ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM - A fixing base structure of a vehicular lamp adjustment mechanism, applicable to different ball heads, includes a clamping element, a ball head, and a fixing base. The clamping element includes a ball head chamber, a flange, and a positioning portion. The ball head chamber has an opening and a spherical space. The flange protrudes toward the outer side of the opening of the ball head chamber. The positioning portion protrudes toward the inner side of the opening of the ball head chamber. The inner side of the positioning portion has an arcuate conical surface correspondingly connected to the ball head chamber. The least diameter between the arcuate conical surfaces is less than a diameter of the spherical space. The ball head is clamped and confined to the ball head chamber by the positioning portion. The clamping element is received in the fixing base.||07-19-2012|
|20120163010||VEHICLE LAMP ADJUSTMENT ASSEMBLY - A vehicle lamp adjustment assembly includes a fixed base, an insert, a U-shaped positioning member and a bolt. The fixed base defines an accommodating space therein. The insert is installed in the accommodating space of the fixed base. The insert has a through hole, a saw-toothed segment and a socket. The through hole passes axially through the insert. The saw-toothed segment is a ctenoid structure raised from the insert. The socket is at an outer periphery of the insert. The U-shaped positioning member has an indentation, by which the U-shaped positioning member engages with the socket of the insert. The bolt is screwed into the through hole of the insert and has a diameter slightly greater than a width of the indentation of the U-shaped positioning member. Thereby, the insert can be firmly positioned in the fixed base and be secured from disengagement.||06-28-2012|
|20110286230||HEADLAMP - A headlamp is disclosed. The headlamp includes a light source, a plurality of light shades, at least one linear guide, and at least one cam. The light source emits at least one light beam. The linear guide directs the linear motions of the light shades relative to the light source. The cam moves at least one of the light shades to shade at least one part of the light beam.||11-24-2011|
|20110273891||LIGHTING DEVICE - A lighting device includes a parabolic reflector, a light source and a lens. The parabolic reflector has an opening. The light source is substantially located at the focus of the parabolic reflector. The lens is disposed in front of the opening of the parabolic reflector. The lens includes a plurality of convex-lens portions. The convex-lens portions are connected to each other, wherein the convex-lens portions have different focal points.||11-10-2011|
|20110255299||HEADLAMP - A headlamp is disclosed. The headlamp includes a light source, at least one light shade, and a linear slide. The light source emits at least one light beam. The linear slide moves the light shade to shade at least one part of the light beam.||10-20-2011|
|20110058382||LIGHTING DEVICE FOR VEHICLE - A lighting device for a vehicle is disclosed. The lighting device includes a light conducting rod, at least one light source, at least one first reflecting part, and at least one second reflecting part. The light source is connected to at least one end of the light conducting rod. The first reflecting part and the second reflecting part are located on the light conducting rod and respectively have a reflecting surface toward the light source. A first distance between the first reflecting part and the light source is less than a second distance between the second reflecting part and the light source, and the curvature of the reflecting surface of the second reflecting part is greater than the curvature of the reflecting surface of the first reflecting part.||03-10-2011|
|20110007519||ROTATABLE VEHICULAR LAMP - A rotatable vehicular lamp is comprising a support member, a lamp unit, a linking member, and a driving unit. The lamp unit is pivotably connected with the support member on at least one first pivot. The linking member includes a first connection portion and a second connection portion both extending toward opposite directions respectively. The first connection portion is pivotably connected with the lamp unit on a second pivot. The driving unit is mounted to the support member and includes a working member pivotably and retractably connected with the second connection portion on a third axis. The working member can be linking-up with the second pivot and the lamp unit to swivel on the first axis. Accordingly, the whole operating stability and smoothness of the rotatable vehicular lamp can be enhanced.||01-13-2011|
|20100309676||VEHICULAR LIGHTING DEVICE - A vehicular lighting device is composed of at least one light-emitting element, a lens for guiding the refraction of the light of the light-emitting element along an optical axis, a shield having a cut-off portion formed at an edge thereof and located on the same horizon as the optical axis, and a reflector mounted above the light-emitting element. The reflector includes a first reflective surface is parabolic, and a second reflective surface inclining against the optical axis according to the radian of the first reflective surface. After the first and second reflective surfaces are used for guiding and focusing the light on the cut-off portion, the first and second reflective surfaces can project the light to the lens. Accordingly, the second reflective surface can guide some residual light to effectively enhance luminous flux and light utilization.||12-09-2010|
Patent applications by MAXZONE AUTO PARTS CORP.