ABA UFO INTERNATIONAL CORP.
|ABA UFO INTERNATIONAL CORP. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20160090755||SECURING DEVICE FOR AN ELECTRONIC DEVICE - A securing device for an electronic device has a holding assembly with a holding seat and a sucker, a rope connected to the holding seat, and a lock and a pressing element mounted on the holding seat. When the securing device is in use, the rope is looped around a post and a side or a corner of the electronic device is mounted between the pressing element and the sucker. Then, a key drives a lock core of the lock to drive the pressing element, such that the electronic device is tightly held between the pressing element and the sucker. Accordingly, the electronic device can be secured at a specific position. The securing device can be used on the electronic devices of different shapes and sizes and is convenient for manufacturing, purchasing, and using.||03-31-2016|
|20090151402||Combination padlock with a chamber - A combination padlock has a base, a cover, a lock core assembly and a shackle. The base has a key chamber and a shackle mount. The cover is slidably mounted pivotally on the base to cover the chamber and has a shackle mount. The shackle mount of the cover selectively cooperates with the shackle mount of the base to form a locking recess. The lock core assembly is a combination lock core and is mounted in the base. The shackle combines with the lock core assembly to provide the combination padlock a locking capability and is mounted in the locking recess to prevent the cover sliding relative to the base. Consequently, a user can lock their keys in the chamber and lock the padlock in a preferred place so need not carry the keys everywhere.||06-18-2009|
|20090107193||COMPOUND LOCK - A compound lock has a common housing, a latch assembly, a supplementary lock and a combination lock. The latch assembly is rotatably attached to and protrudes from the common housing. The combination lock and supplementary lock are mounted in the common housing and engage the latch assembly, and either may rotate the latch assembly. Thus, in general, people may unlock the compound lock using either the combination lock or the supplementary lock with a key when the combination is forgotten without breaking the compound lock.||04-30-2009|
Patent applications by ABA UFO INTERNATIONAL CORP.