Wirelessly-chargeable stretch-resistant light-emitting or heat-emitting structure

  • US 20110215086A1
  • Filed: 02/23/2011
  • Published: 09/08/2011
  • Est. Priority Date: 03/02/2010
  • Status: Active Grant
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1. A wirelessly-chargeable stretch-resistant light-emitting structure, which is adapted to be used in an article, a charging device being coupled to the article, the charging device comprising a transmitter circuit and a power source connected to the transmitter circuit, the power source supplying electrical power to the transmitter circuit, the electrical power being converted by the transmitter circuit into an alternate-current signal, the wirelessly-chargeable stretch-resistant light-emitting structure comprising:

  • a woven member, which is mounted to the article;

    at least two conductive twisted cables, each of which comprises at least one stretch-resistant wire and at least one conductive wire twisted together, the two conductive twisted cables being woven in the woven member;

    at least one light-emitting element, which is arranged inside the woven member, the light-emitting element comprising a light emission section and at least two conductive pins, the light emission section emitting light projecting out of the woven member, the two conductive pins being respectively and securely in electrical engagement with the conductive wires of the two conductive twisted cables; and

    a receiver circuit, which is electrically connected to the conductive wires of the two conductive twisted cables and comprises a rechargeable battery, the transmitter circuit transmitting the alternate-current signal to the receiver circuit, the receiver circuit receiving and converting the alternate-current signal to electrical power, which is stored in the rechargeable battery to be subsequently supplied to the light-emitting element.

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