Abstract: An embodiment of a method for detecting noise for a capacitance sensing panel may comprise generating an input signal based on a noise signal, performing a series of measurements for measuring capacitances from a capacitive sensor sensitive to the noise signal, and controlling timing for at least one of the subconversions based on the input signal.
December 2, 2011
Date of Patent:
April 26, 2016
Parade Technologies, Ltd.
Hans Van Antwerpen, Scott Swindle, Aaron Hogan, Paul Kelleher
Abstract: A variable-delay-time control system for a motor is provided. The system includes a control unit, a driving unit, and a motor. The control unit is used to output at least one control signal according to at least one predetermined signal, and the control signal has a variable delay time. The driving unit is connected to the control unit, and is used to receive the control signal and generate a driving signal. The motor is connected to the driving unit, and conduction time of the motor is controlled according to the driving signal and the variable delay time. With the variable-delay-time control system of the present invention, the delay time of the control signal is variable, so the motor can operate at a high efficiency (for example, at a reduced current). Moreover, as the variable-delay time can be adjusted according to the predetermined signal, the motor can operate at a high efficiency in different operating states, thus improving the overall efficiency of the motor.
June 15, 2009
Date of Patent:
April 17, 2012
Sunonwealth Electric Machine Industry Co., Ltd.
Alex Horng, Hsin-Nan Lin, Chien-Heng Peng