GB2262410A - Handsfree mobile telephone rack - Google Patents

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GB2262410A
GB2262410A GB9126212A GB9126212A GB2262410A GB 2262410 A GB2262410 A GB 2262410A GB 9126212 A GB9126212 A GB 9126212A GB 9126212 A GB9126212 A GB 9126212A GB 2262410 A GB2262410 A GB 2262410A
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Ko-Lee Wu
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PROGREX INTERNATIONAL CO Ltd
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R11/00Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for
    • B60R11/02Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof
    • B60R11/0241Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof for telephones
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R11/00Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for
    • B60R11/02Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof
    • B60R11/0217Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof for loud-speakers
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R11/00Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for
    • B60R11/02Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof
    • B60R11/0247Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for for radio sets, television sets, telephones, or the like; Arrangement of controls thereof for microphones or earphones
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R11/00Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for
    • B60R2011/0042Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for characterised by mounting means
    • B60R2011/0049Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for characterised by mounting means for non integrated articles
    • B60R2011/0064Connection with the article
    • B60R2011/0071Connection with the article using latches, clips, clamps, straps or the like
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R11/00Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for
    • B60R2011/0042Arrangements for holding or mounting articles, not otherwise provided for characterised by mounting means
    • B60R2011/008Adjustable or movable supports
    • B60R2011/0085Adjustable or movable supports with adjustment by rotation in their operational position

Abstract

A handsfree mobile telephone rack comprising a charger unit 60 for charging any of a variety of mobile telephones, a clamping unit 30 controlled by an adjusting screw 50 to retain a mobile telephone in a charging position on said charger unit 60, and a transmitter and receiver unit 80 detachably attached to said charger unit 60 which enables speech to be conveyed through a mobile telephone whilst it is not held in the hand. <IMAGE>

Description

HANDSFREE MOBILE TELEPHONE RACK BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present invention relates to mobile telephone racks and relates more particularly to a hands free mobile telephone rack which is practical for holding any of a variety of mobile telephones for conveying speech without holding it in the hand.
A mobile telephone is very convenient for conveying speech over distances during driving, shopping or walking. When a mobile telephone is used inside a car, a mobile telephone rack shall be provided for holding it in place and charging it constantly. Several mobile telephone racks have been known. However, they are still not satisfactory in use because they are simply served as a holder means for holding a mobile telephone in place. According to the known structures of mobile telephone racks, a spring-supported movable side wall is generally provided for one side for clamping a mobile telephone against a fixed sided wall at an opposite side. Bending the spring-supported movable side wall outwards for inserting a mobile telephone into place shall be made with both hands.Further, for charging a mobile telephone, a separate charger shall be used. When using a mobile telephone for conveying speech over distances, it must be held in the hand. It is very dangerous to talk over a mobile telephone by holding it in one hand while the other hand is holding the steering wheel while driving a car.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been accomplished to eliminate the aforesaid disadvantages and problems. It is an object of the present invention to provide a mobile telephone rack which is adjustable for holding any of a variety of mobile telephones.
It is another object of the present invention to provide a mobile telephone rack which has a transmitter and receiver means for conveying speech through a mobile telephone without holding it in the hand.
It is still another object of the present invention to provide a mobile telephone rack which can be alternatively arranged for charging a mobile telephone or for conveying speech through a mobile telephone without holding it in the hand.
According to the prevent invention there is provided a rack for holding a vehicle telephone during charging or hands free use, comprising: a mounting member for mounting the rack inside a vehicle; a charger unit secured to the mounting member for supporting the vehicle telephone, the charger unit having a charging circuit which is connectable to both the electrical circuit of the vehicle and the electrical circuit of the telephone; an adjustable clamping means for clamping the vehicle telephone in relation to the charger unit; a transmitter and a receiver unit detachably attachable to said charger unit; and a microphone selectively connectable to the transmitter and receiver unit.
According to a further aspect of the present invention there is provided a mobile telephone rack for holding and charging a mobile telephone, the improvement comprising: a surface mounting plate, said surface mounting plate having a plurality of through holes for fastening to a flat wall surface by screws.
a charger unit secured to said surface mounting plate by screws for charging a mobile telephone by a charging circuit, said charging circuit being fastened inside said charger unit and connected to the electric circuit of a car by a cable, said charger unit comprising a flat top edge for supporting a mobile telephone, a fixed side wall vertically disposed at one side, a platform transversely projecting outwards from said flat top edge at an opposite side, said flat top edge having a slot for fastening a terminal holder, said terminal holder having two terminals for connecting the electric circuit of mobile telephone to said charging circuit, said retaining groove having two terminals connected to the two terminals of said terminal holder, said platform having a T-shaped slot on a top surface thereof, a first vertical side wall projecting upwards from said top surface at one end, said first vertical side wall having two spaced through holes, and a second vertical side wall extending downwards from said top surface at an opposite side, said second vertical side wall having a through hole at the middle; an adjustable clamping unit supported on said platform and controlled by an adjusting screw to match with said fixed side wall of said charger unit for clamping as mobile telephone on said flat top edge, said clamping unit comprising two spaced vertical surfaces in parallel with said fixed side wall of said charger unit, two extensions respectively extending from the two spaced vertical surfaces at right angles and inserted into the two through holes on said first vertical side wall, and a bottom plate vertically extending downwards and inserted through said T-shaped slot, said bottom plate having a bolt hole thereon, said adjusting screw being inserted through hole on said second vertical side wall of said platform and the bolt hole on said bottom plate into a hole on said charger unit and retained in place by a spring washer; a transmitter and receiver unit detachably attached to said charger unit, said transmitter and receiver unit comprising a casing having a transmitter and receiver circuit at the inside, a speaker and a receiver respectively movably attached to two supporting rods supported on said casing by an adjusting pitch plate, said speaker and said receiver being respectively connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit, said casing comprising a mounting wall at one side for inserting into said retaining groove, said mounting wall of said casing having two terminals for connecting said transmitter and receiver circuit to the two terminals on said retaining groove; and a microphone connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a mobile telephone rack embodying the present invention; Fig. 2 is a partly exploded perspective view thereof; Fig. 3 is a side sectional view of the clamping unit showing that rotating the adjusting screw causes the clamping unit to move toward or away from the fixed side wall of the charger unit; Fig. 4 is a front sectional view of the clamping unit; Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the transmitter and receiver unit; and Fig. 6 is a schematic drawing showing that a mobile telephone is used in matching with the transmitter and receiver unit and a car radio for hands free speech communication.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT Referring to Fig. 1, a mobile telephone rack is generally comprised of a surface mounting unit 10, a mobile telephone charger unit 60, a clamping unit 30, and a transmitter and receiver unit 80.
Referring to Figs. 2, 3 and 4, the surface mounting unit 10 may be made in any of a variety of geometric shapes, having a plurality of through holes 12 at suitable locations for securing to a flat wall and for fastening and mobile telephone charger unit 60. The mobile telephone charger until 60 is supported on the surface mounting unit 10 for charging a mobile telephone held therein by a charging circuit (which is of the known art and not within the scope of the present invention). The mobile telephone charger unit 60 comprises a fixed side wall 64 vertically disposed at one side, a platform 20 transversely projecting outwards at an opposite side, a through hole 62 on the top edge thereof for fastening a terminal holder 70. The fixed side wall 64 has a retaining groove 65 on an outer surface thereof in longitudinal direction for fastening a sliding cover 67, and two output terminals 69 on the retaining groove 65 at suitable locations. The two output terminals 69 are respectively connected to the two opposite ends of the charging circuit inside the charger unit 60. The terminal holder 70 has two terminals 72 which when the terminal holder 70 is inserted into the through hole 62 are respectively connected to the two terminals 69. The two terminals 72 on the terminal holder 70 may be designed to fit the two opposite power input terminals of any of a variety of mobile telephones. The platform 20 has a flange 27 around the peripheral edge thereof at the top, a T-shaped slot 28 on the top edge thereof.The charger until 60 further comprises two spaced through holes 61 in latitudinal direction through hole 26 (see Fig.3) above the platform 20 for fastening the clamping unit 30. The clamping unit 30 comprises two spaced clamping surfaces 36 at one side, two spaced extensions 34 respectively extending from the two spaced clamping surfaces 36 at right angles and inserted into the through holes 61, and a vertical bottom plate 38 (which may be made from a metal material) vertically extending downwards therefrom at the middle and inserted through the T-shaped slot 28. The vertical bottom plate 30 has a bolt hole 37 for fastening an adjusting screw 50. The adjusting screw 50 has a smooth surface portion 52 adjacent to the heat thereof.Once the two spaced extensions 34 and the vertical bottom plate 38 of the clamping unit 30 are respectively inserted into the two through holes 61 and the T-shaped slot 28, the adjusting screw 50 is inserted through the through hole 26 and the bolt hole 37 and retained in place by a spring washer 54. The length L of the smooth surface portion 52 of the adjusting screw 50 is approximately equal to the length of the through hole 26 and the thickness of the spring washer 54, therefore, the adjusting screw 50 can be firmly retained in place once the spring washer is clamped thereon (see Fig. 3). After assembly, the adjusting screw 50 serves as a guide screw and can be freely rotated. Therefore, rotating the adjusting screw 50 causes the clamping unit 30 to alternatively move back and forth thereon.
Referring to Figs. 5 and 6, the transmitter and receiver unit 80 comprises a casing 82 having a transmitter and receiver circuit at the inside (which is of the known art and not within the scope of the present invention). The casing 82 has a side wall 83 for sliding in the retaining groove 65. Once the side wall 83 is inserted into the retaining groove 65 permitting the casing 82 to be secured to the fixed side wall 64 of the charger unit 60, the two opposite input terminals of the transmitter and receiver circuit of the transmitter and receiver unit 80 are respectively connected to the two output terminals 59. An adjusting pitch plate 84 which has a plurality of holes 841 aligned in a line is inserted through a hole (not shown) on the casing 82 and adjustably secured in place by a screw (not shown) for supporting two tubes 86, 88.The tube 86 is movably secured to the adjusting pitch plate 84 at the top and has a speaker 85 attached thereto at one end, which speaker 85 is connected to the transmitter and receiver circuit inside the casing 82 by an electric wire 861.
The tube 88 is movably coupled to the tube 86 by a connector 89 and has a receiver 87 attached thereto at one end, which receiver 87 is connected to the transmitter and receiver circuit inside the casing 82 by an electric wire 871. Further, an external microphone 90 may be connected to the transmitter and receiver circuit inside the casing 82 for conveying a user' s speech. The transmitter and receiver unit 80 may receive sounds from the receiver 94 of a mobile telephone 92 and convert them into radio signals for transmitting through a car radio 98. A car driver's speech may be received by the external microphone 90 and transmitted to the speaker 85 of the transmitter and receiver unit 80 for further transmission through the mobile telephone 92 via the mouthpiece 96.
The operation and the function of the present invention are outlined hereinafter. Referring to Fig. 3 again, rotating the adjusting screw 50 clockwise or counter-clockwise causes the clamping unit 30 to slide forwards or backwards relative to the fixed side wall 64 of the charger unit 60. Therefore, a mobile telephone can be firmly retained in the charger unit 60 between the fixed side wall 64 and the clamping surfaces 36 of the clamping unit 30 by means of the control of the adjusting screw 50. The arrangement of the T-shaped slot 28 controls the moving range of the vertical bottom plate 38 of the clamping unit 30. Further, the clamping surfaces 36 of the clamping unit 30 are respectively attached with embossed rubber strips 361 (see Fig. 2) for positive grip without causing damage to a mobile telephone.
Referring to Fig. 2 again, the terminal holder 70 may be variously embodied so as to fit any of a variety of mobile telephones. It can be conveniently fastened in the through hole 62 through a plug-in connection and electrically connected to the transmitter and receiver circuit inside the charger unit 60 for charging the mobile telephone held therein. When buying the present invention, a consumer may choose a terminal holder matching the mobile telephone to be used. The surface mounting unit 10 can be attached to any suitable part inside a car by screws. The charger unit 60 further has a socket (not shown) for connecting the transmitter and receiver circuit to the electric circuit (the socket for cigarette lighter) of a car by a cable 68.An indicator lamp (LCD) 66 may be made on the charger unit 60 at a suitable location, which turns on when the mobile telephone which is held in the charger unit 60 is fully charged.
Referring to Fig. 6 again, the external microphone 90 may be attached to a car driver' s cloth for receiving his (her) speech. The car radio 98 is set to an FM channel matching the transmitter and receiver circuit of the transmitter and receiver unit 80 for receiving its radio signals. When the mobile telephone 92 receives a call from a person over distance, the speech of the caller is received through the telephone receiver 94 and transmitted to the transmitter and receiver circuit through the receiver 87 of the transmitter and receiver unit 80 for conversion into corresponding radio signals which will be further received by the car radio 98 and converted into corresponding sounds for output through the loudspeaker thereof. Any answer speech from the car driver can be sent through the microphone 90.Any sound picked up by the microphone 90 will be processed by the transmitter and receiver circuit and transmitted through the speaker 85 to the mouthpiece 96 of the mobile telephone 92, and therefore, the car drive can have a conversation with the caller through the mobile telephone 92 without holding it in the hand.
Referring to Fig. 5 again, the speaker 85 and the receiver 87 are respectively attached to the rods 86, 88 by sleeves, and therefore, they can be rotated and alternatively moved back and forth on the rods 86, 88 for position changes. The adjusting pitch plate 84 can be adjustably secured in a hole (not shown) on the casing 82 at the desired level so that the level position of the rods 86, 88 can be conveniently adjusted. Further, the rod 86 can be rotated or alternatively moved back and forth on the adjusting pitch plate 84, the rod 88 can be rotated or alternatively moved back and forth on the connector 89.
Therefore, the positions of the speaker 85 and the receiver 87 can be conveniently adjusted to match with the mouthpiece 96 and the telephone receiver 94. If the transmitter and receiver unit 80 is not in use, it can be conveniently detached from the charger unit 60 by removing the side wall 83 from the retaining groove 65.
After the removal of the transmitter and receiver unit 80, the sliding cover 67 is inserted into the retaining groove, and therefore, the charger unit 60 is used for charging the mobile telephone held therein.
Further, in an alternative form of the present invention, a built-in microphone 90' (see Fig. 1) may be made on the charger unit at a suitable location to replace the external microphone 90.

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CLAIMS:
1. A rack for holding a vehicle telephone during charging or hands free use, comprising: a mounting member for mounting the rack inside a vehicle; a charger unit secured to the mounting member for supporting the vehicle telephone, the charger unit having a charging circuit which is connectable to both the electrical circuit of the vehicle and the electrical circuit of the telephone; an adjustable clamping means for clamping the vehicle telephone in relation to the charger unit; a transmitter and a receiver unit detachably attachable to said charger unit; and a microphone selectively connectable to the transmitter and receiver unit.
2. A mobile telephone rack for holding and charging a mobile telephone, the improvement comprising: a surface mounting plate, said surface mounting plate having a plurality of through holes for fastening to a flat wall surface by screws; a charger unit secured to said surface mounting plate by screws for charging a mobile telephone by a charging circuit, said charging circuit being fastened inside said charger unit and connected to the electric circuit of a car by a cable, said charger unit comprising a flat top edge for supporting a mobile telephone, a fixed side wall vertically disposed at one side, a platform transversely projecting outwards from said flat top edge at an opposite side, said flat top edge having a slot for fastening a terminal holder, said terminal holder having two terminals for connecting the electric circuit of mobile telephone to said charging circuit, said fixed side wall of said charger unit having a retaining groove covered by a sliding cover, said retaining groove having two terminals connected to the two terminals of said terminal holder, said platform having a T-shaped slot on a top surface thereof, a first vertical side wall projecting upwards from said top surface at one end, said first vertical side wall having two spaced through holes, and a second vertical side wall extending downwards from said top surface at an opposite side, said second vertical side wall having a through hole at the middle;; an adjustable clamping unit supported on said platform and controlled by an adjusting screw to match with said fixed side wall of said charger unit for clamping a mobile telephone on said flat top edge, said clamping unit comprising two spaced vertical surfaces in parallel with said fixed side wall of said charger unit, two extensions respectively extending from the two spaced vertical surfaces at right angles and inserted into the two through holes on said first vertical side wall, and a bottom plate vertically extending downwards and inserted through said T-shaped slot, said bottom plate having a bolt hole thereon, said adjusting screw being inserted through the through hole on said second vertical side wall of said platform and the bolt hole on said bottom plate into a hole on said charger unit and retained in place by a spring washer;; a transmitter and receiver unit detachably attached to said charger unit, said transmitter and receiver unit comprising a casing having a transmitter and receiver circuit at the inside, a speaker and a receiver respectively movably attached to two supporting rods supported on said casing by an adjusting pitch plate, said speaker and said receiver being respectively connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit, said casing comprising a mounting wall at one side for inserting into said retaining groove, said mounting wall of said casing having two terminals for connecting said transmitter and receiver circuit to the two terminals on said retaining groove; and a microphone connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit.
3. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said microphone is movably connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit by a cable.
4. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said microphone is built in said charger unit and connected to said transmitter and receiver circuit through the two terminals on said retaining groove of said fixed side wall.
5. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein rotating said adjusting screw causes said clamping unit to move forwards or backwards relative to said fixed side wall of said charger unit for clamping a mobile telephone.
6. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said charger unit further comprises an indicator lamp for mobile telephone full charge indication.
7. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said speaker and said receiver of said transmitter and receiver unit are respectively disposed at locations facing the mouthpiece and the telephone receiver of the mobile telephone held in said charger unit.
8. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said transmitter and receiver unit is to receive sound signals from the telephone receiver of the mobile telephone held in said charger unit and convert them into radio signals for transmitting through a car radio, and to receive sound signals from a user by means of said microphone and send them to the mouthpiece of the mobile telephone held in said charger unit for further transmission through the antenna of the mobile telephone.
9. The mobile telephone rack of claim 2, wherein said transmitter and receiver unit can be detached from said charger unit so that said charger unit can charge the mobile telephone held therein, or attached to said charger unit for conveying speech through a mobile telephone.
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