Patent for Sale:

Child Car Seat & Safety Restraint    

With electronic sensors and warning display.

Overview

These inventions relate to child car seat & restraint systems. Inventions include evaluation & monitoring of:

* Installation
* Harness adjustment
* In-motion belt status
* Anchor status
* Weight sensor
* Child seat type
* Installation & adjustment records
* etc.

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Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 297: Chairs And Seats

Devices for supporting the weight of a person in a seated position including chairs, seats, and ancillary devices

Subclass 217.2: With measuring device
Subclass 217.3: With electrical feature
Subclass 250.1: SUPPLEMENTAL SEAT (E.G., CHILD SEAT, ETC.)
Subclass 253: Secured by bottom-back crevice
Subclass 464: BODY OR OCCUPANT RESTRAINT OR CONFINEMENT
Subclass 468: Safety belt or harness; e.g., lap belt or shoulder harness

Class 340: Communications: Electrical

Communications - the handling of information or intelligence, restricted to the conveying of said information or intelligence between geographically spaced points. Information or intelligence is defined as being, matter which is handled by signaling systems or signaling devices (such as telegraph systems) or by that portion of nonsignaling systems or nonsignaling devices (such as power supply systems) which is designated in the arts as having a control function (such as the supervisory circuits which control the circuit breakers of an electric power network). Handling, as used above, is defined as being the active coaction between the tangible communication system or device and the intangible information or intelligence, and such coaction may assume various forms, such as transmission, storage, exhibiting, etc.

Subclass 457.1: Of seat belt application
Subclass 573.1: Human or animal
Subclass 665: Force or stress
Subclass 666: Weight
Subclass 667: On seat
Subclass 668: Tension

Class 280: Land Vehicles

Vehicles, adapted to travel on land and not elsewhere classified. The term "vehicle" includes some form of running gear as an essential element, which running gear usually supports a load carrier, but may support a load directly, and adapts the vehicle to move over a surface. The basic purpose of those devices commonly called vehicles is the carrying of a load, either freight or passengers, from one place to another. The idea of towing a load, as by locomotives, traction engines, or tractors, has also long been associated with the term "vehicle."

Subclass 734: Responsive to vehicle condition
Subclass 735: Electric control and/or sensor means
Subclass 801.1: Safety belt or harness (e.g., lap belt or shoulder harness)

Class 701: Data Processing:Vehicles, Navigation, And Relative Location

This class provides for electrical computers, digital data processing systems, and data processing processes for transferring data between computers or processes wherein the computers or processes employ the data before or after transferring and the employing affects the transfer of data therebetween. This class is for electricalapparatus and corresponding methods for performing data processing operations in which there is a significant change in the data or for performing calculation operations wherein the electrical data processing system or calculating computer functions to indicate a condition of a vehicle, to regulate the movement of a vehicle, to monitor the operation of a vehicle, or to solve a diagnostic problem with the vehicle. It also provides electrical apparatus and corresponding methods wherein the electrical data processing system or calculating computer function to determine the course, position, or distance traveled. It further provides electrical apparatus and corresponding methods wherein the electrical data processing system or calculating computer functions to determine the relative location of an object (e.g., person or vehicle) and may include communication of the determined relative location to a remote location. In this class there are three main divisions: 1. vehicle control, guidance, operation or indication; 2. navigation; 3. relative location

Subclass 36: Vehicle subsystem or accessory control
Subclass 45: Control of vehicle safety devices (e.g., airbag, seat-belt, etc.)

Class 180: Motor Vehicles

The propulsion of land vehicles by a motor carried on the vehicle and to the following subject matter, which may be considered as incidental to such propulsion: 1. The mounting of a motor on a land vehicle. 2. Transmission mechanism in connection with specific vehicle structure. 3. Power steering-gear for land vehicles. 4. Power means for raising a frame or body relative to a wheel or wheels. 5. Devices not of general application for utilizing the power of the power plant of a land vehicle to drive other machines. 6. Controlling devices in connection with land vehicle structure. 7. Gyroscopes in connection with land vehicle structure. 8. Safety devices involving a feature limited to use on motor vehicles. 9. Motor Vehicles provided with wheel substitutes.

Subclass 271: WITH MEANS FOR PROMOTING SAFETY OF VEHICLE, ITS OCCUPANT OR LOAD, OR AN EXTERNAL OBJECT
Subclass 273: Utilizing weight, or lack thereof, of operator on seat or other support to determine presence or absence

Class 200: Electricity: Circuit Makers And Breakers

Combinations of circuit makers and breakers with electrical plugs, sockets, or other connectors are in this class. This class includes devices known as "controllers", "circuit-closers", "switches", "circuit-breakers", "interrupters", "distributers", "thermal-cut-offs", "fuses", and "electrical thermostats".

Subclass 85A: Seat operated

European Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class B60N2: PERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING - VEHICLES IN GENERAL

VEHICLE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR . Seats specially adapted for vehicles .