Leatherhead, United Kingdom
Leatherhead, United Kingdom

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A universal device for quickly plugging and unplugging a battery of a UAV, includes a battery fixing plate and a battery base assembly wherein the battery fixing plate includes a battery fixing plate body, a male plug and copper pillars located on a front part of the battery fixing plate body, and slots and handheld feet located on both sides of a rear part of the battery fixing plate body, wherein the battery base assembly includes a battery base body formed by assembling a plurality of fiberglass boards, slots and tabs disposed on two sides of an inner wall of the battery base body, and a female socket located on a front part of the battery base body. The universal device for quickly plugging and unplugging a battery of a UAV provided by the present invention have many significant technical effects, such as, the battery can be simply and rapidly replaced; and has a beautiful and reliable structure, the high universality and compatibility low production cost, and simple assembly process, and so on.

Wood M.,ERA Technology
VGB PowerTech | Year: 2011

The effect of multiple thermal degradation and reheat treatment cycles on the stress rupture properties of the nickel based superalloy 1N738 has been determined. These treatments simulate normal degradation in blades in service and typical commercial refurbishnient practices. Whilst reheat treatment did bring about property recovery, the effect was not long lasting: The properties of material which had only been degraded, and material which had been reheat treated and degraded, were indistinguishable. The long-term durability of the property recovery has been discussed with reference to the stability and nature of the reformed microstructure. The implications for life extension of blades and the development of modified reheat treatment schedules are also reviewed.

Greenwood J.H.,ERA Technology | Curson A.,Tensar Manufacturing Ltd.
Geotextiles and Geomembranes | Year: 2012

Life prediction tests have been performed on a polypropylene geogrid using three methods for accelerated oxidation: the wet autoclave and dry autoclave tests using pressurised oxygen, and oven ageing in normal air. The predictions from the two autoclave tests agree sufficiently well with one another, but are 40 times less than the prediction from oven ageing tests. This indicates that the autoclave and oven ageing methods cannot be regarded as equivalent for this material. The discrepancy is explained by assuming that the rate of degradation depends on oxygen pressure in a nonlinear manner, in addition to which no reduction in activation energy at lower temperatures was observed. Preference is given to the longer lifetime predicted by oven ageing. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd.

ERA Technology | Date: 2010-03-03

A radiating element board for use in a passive antenna, the radiating element board comprising a plurality of multi-layer radiating elements, each of which comprises a first patch (11) provided on a first layer for receiving signals within a first frequency band and a second patch (12) provided on a second layer for receiving signals within a second frequency band, wherein the plurality of radiating elements are arranged on the radiating element board such that each radiating element is sequentially rotated a predetermined angle from its neighbouring element, all elements being rotated in the same direction and in the same plane.

ERA Technology | Date: 2016-03-24

Aerosol dispensers, not for medical purposes; Bottle openers; Coffee services; Containers for household or kitchen use; Cookery molds; Cooking utensils, namely, grill covers; Cosmetic brushes; Dishers; Drinking flasks; Electric devices for attracting and killing insects; Hand-operated brush used to specify function, e.g., clean, smooth, exfoliate, etc skin; Household utensils, namely, strainers; Household utensils, namely, indicate specific items, e.g., pot and pan scrapers, rolling pins, spatulas, turners, whisks; Insect traps; Knife rests for the table; Perfume burners; Pot lids; Powder puffs; Sprinklers for watering flowers and plants; Toothbrushes; Vacuum bottles; Vaporizers for perfume sold empty; Whisks, non-electric, for household purposes.

ERA Technology | Date: 2015-11-25

Batteries; Cameras; Computer cameras; Computer hardware and computer software programs for the integration of text, audio, graphics, still images and moving pictures into an interactive delivery for multimedia applications; Digital cameras for industrial use; Radio receivers and transmitters; Wireless communication devices for transmitting images taken by a camera; Wireless communication devices for voice, data or image transmission; Wireless controllers to monitor and control the functioning of other electronic devices. Aerodynamic wings for airplanes; Aeroplanes; Airplane propellers; Airplanes and structural parts therefor; Structural parts for airplanes; Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

ERA Technology | Date: 2016-09-28

Audio- and video-receivers; Baby monitors; Battery chargers; Computer peripheral devices; Cordless telephones; Data processing equipment, namely, couplers; Earphones; Global positioning system (GPS) consisting of computers, computer software, transmitters, receivers, and network interface devices; Headphones; Horns for loudspeakers; Loudspeaker cabinets; Magnetically encoded identification bracelets; Mobile phones; Portable media players; Rechargeable electric batteries; Smartglasses; Smartwatches; Sound transmitting apparatus; Telephone receivers.

ERA Technology | Date: 2016-12-26

Access control and alarm monitoring systems; Batteries, electric; Cabinets for loudspeakers; Chargers for electric batteries; Computer cursor control devices, namely, computer mouse; Computer keyboards; Data processing equipment, namely, couplers; Display screen protectors for providing shade and privacy specially adapted to electronic devices, namely, laptops, cell phones, personal digital assistants; Earphones; Electric door bells; Electric wires; Electronic pens; Eyeglasses; Global positioning system (GPS); Microphones; Navigation apparatus for vehicles; Pedometers; Portable telephones; Protective covers and cases for tablet computers; Protective covers for smartphones; Protective helmets; Safety goggles; Scales; Scanners; Stands for handheld digital electronic devices, namely, cell phones; Tablet computers; Telescopes.

ERA Technology | Date: 2016-09-07

Alloys of common metal; Anchors; Beak-irons; Bicycle parking installations of metal; Casks of metal; Chimney cowls of metal; Clothes hooks of metal; Containers of metal for transport; Door bells of metal, non-electric; Door handles of metal; Door knockers of metal; Fittings of metal for furniture; Handcuffs; Horseshoe nails; Latch bars of metal; Latch bars of metal; Latches of metal; Locks of metal, other than electric; Metal cages for wild animals; Metal key chains; Nails; Penstock pipes of metal; Rivets of metal; Scaffolding of metal; Small items of metal hardware, namely, high security locks and sheet metal plates primarily for the casino and gaming industry; Statues of common metal; Tree protectors of metal; Valves of metal, other than parts of machines; Wind-driven bird-repelling devices made of metal; Window stops of metal; Wire rope; Works of art of common metal; Metal bells; Metal padlocks; Metal window pulleys; Metal bump keys for locksmithing; Metal self-aligning demountable snap fasteners consisting of press fasteners and press studs for use in attaching panels, hatches, floors and furniture in boats, motor vehicles, trains, aircraft and buildings; Split rings of common metal for keys; Split rings of common metal for keys.

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