Abstract: A hydraulic steering arrangement (1) is described comprising a supply port arrangement having a pressure port (P) and tank port (T), a working port arrangement having two working ports (L, R), a steering unit (2) arranged between the supply port arrangement and the working port arrangement and a steering valve (3) arranged between the supply port arrangement and the working port arrangement. Such a steering arrangement should have a safety means. To this end in a manual steering mode the steering valve (3) is connected to the working port arrangement through the steering unit (2).
Abstract: An illuminated steering wheel cover assembly includes a cover that is removably positioned on a steering wheel. The cover has a circular shape to match a circular shape of the steering wheel. A plurality of light emitters is mounted in the cover. The light emitters emit light outwardly from the cover when turned on. Each of the light emitters comprising an LED capable of emitting multiples colors. A control circuit is electrically coupled to each of the light emitters. An actuator is electrically coupled to the control circuit and is actuated to turn the light emitters on or off.
Abstract: The invention relates to a drive unit (100), with a bearing device (50) for a drive motor (1) which interacts with a gearing element (13) via a drive shaft (2) which is supported at multiple points, with a first bearing element (3) which is arranged on that side of the drive motor (1) which is opposite the gearing element (13), a second bearing element (4) which is arranged between the drive motor (1) and the gearing element (13), and a third bearing element (20; 20a to 20h) which is arranged on that side of the gearing element (13) which faces away from the drive motor (1), wherein the third bearing element (20; 20a to 20h) is arranged movably in a direction perpendicular to the longitudinal axis (21) of the drive shaft (2), and wherein the third bearing element (20; 20a to 20h) is accommodated in a receptacle (38; 38a; 66) of a gearbox (10).
June 23, 2015
Date of Patent:
March 3, 2020
Robert Bosch GmbH
Gerold Schorpp, Peter Steuer, Siegfried Reichmann