MAGNA CLOSURES S.P.A.
|MAGNA CLOSURES S.P.A. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140232310||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING A SINUSOIDAL-DRIVE BRUSHLESS DC ELECTRIC MOTOR FOR AN AUTOMOTIVE POWER ACTUATOR - A control system (||08-21-2014|
|20140175813||ELECTRICAL VEHICLE LATCH - An electrical vehicle latch including a support assembly, a releasable closure mechanism carried by the support assembly and adapted to releasably engage a striker, an electrically-operated actuator assembly carried by the support assembly and which can be selectively activated to release the closure mechanism from the striker or to lock the closure mechanism in a condition of engagement with the striker, and an electrical control unit having a printed circuit board for controlling operation of the actuator assembly. The support assembly including a first support body carrying at least a ratchet of the closure mechanism in a position parallel to a first plane (P||06-26-2014|
|20130160538||E-LATCH HAVING A MAGNETIC SNAP ASSEMBLY - A system for detecting the operative condition of a latch for a door of a motor-vehicle, comprises a magnetic field generating element adapted to generate a magnetic field which is associated to the operative condition of latch; a support which defines a housing for magnetic field generating element; and a sensor magnetically coupled with magnetic field generating element and adapted to sense said magnetic field. The generating element is snap-fitted to said housing.||06-27-2013|
|20120313384||VEHICULAR LATCH WITH DOUBLE PAWL ARRANGEMENT - A low release effort eccentric double pawl vehicle latch includes a ratchet, primary pawl, auxiliary ratchet and secondary pawl in combination with a secure lock lever. The secure lock lever selectively inhibits movement of the secondary pawl to prevent premature or unintended opening of the latch. A drive mechanism sequences movement of the secure lock lever and secondary pawl to open the latch. Upon reset, the drive mechanism drives the auxiliary ratchet back to its closed state and in the process the auxiliary ratchet can engage and return the secondary pawl back to a closed state in the event of an insufficient bias force thereon.||12-13-2012|
Patent applications by MAGNA CLOSURES S.P.A.