TW200935275A - Wireless mouse module - Google Patents

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TW200935275A
TW200935275A TW097104561A TW97104561A TW200935275A TW 200935275 A TW200935275 A TW 200935275A TW 097104561 A TW097104561 A TW 097104561A TW 97104561 A TW97104561 A TW 97104561A TW 200935275 A TW200935275 A TW 200935275A
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Chih-Lung Lin
Cheng-Chieh Hsu
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A wireless mouse module includes a wireless power supplying module and a mouse device. The wireless power supplying module includes first resonator receiving first electric energy. The resonant frequency of the first resonator is first resonant frequency. The mouse device includes a body, a shell, a second resonator and a charging circuit. The body is electrically connected with to a battery. The second resonator is located on the interior wall of the shell and is electrically connected with the body. The resonant frequency of the second resonator is second resonant frequency, which is substantially the same as the first resonant frequency. The electric energy in the first resonator is coupled to the second resonator, and the non-radiative energy transfer takes place between the first and the second resonators. The second resonator provides second electric energy. The charging circuit receives the second electric energy and charge the battery accordingly.

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200935275 IX. Description of the Invention: [Technical Field] The present invention relates to a wireless mouse module, and more particularly to an energy coupling between resonators for energy supply to a wireless mouse module Wireless mouse module. [Prior Art] In today's fast-changing technology era, computers have become an indispensable electronic product in the life of the current generation, and the mouse is a necessary hardware input interface for operating a computer. Currently, the wireless mouse product line has existed in the market and has generally replaced the early wired mouse. Traditionally, wireless mice have batteries in place to power wireless mice. When the power in the battery is exhausted, the user electrically connects the wireless mouse to the charger to charge the battery in the wireless mouse. For example, the charger is electrically connected to the computer system to receive power from the computer system to charge the wireless mouse. When the wireless mouse is charging, the wireless mouse needs to be electrically connected to the charger. Thus, the user cannot wirelessly operate the wireless mouse, making the traditional wireless mouse less convenient to use. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention is directed to a wireless mouse module that charges a wireless mouse via energy coupling between resonators. Compared to the conventional wireless mouse, the wireless mouse module of the present invention wirelessly charges the wireless mouse. Thus, the wireless mouse module associated with the present invention has a higher convenience for 200935275. ❹ ❹ According to Ben Qiming, a wireless mouse group and a mouse device have been developed. The wireless power supply module includes a first power including a wireless power supply mode, and the first resonator has a first common resonator for receiving the mouse body, the second resonator, the detecting circuit, and the xt frequency. The mouse device includes a mouse system electrically connected to the battery, a second/display circuit and a charging circuit. The second resonator has a second resonance = the system and the body frequency of the mouse are substantially the same. The first resonator and the first and second resonant resonators are configured to couple between the first and second resonators: a non-radiative energy transfer, a second, and an energy transfer energy. The detecting circuit is configured to supply the ginger according to the second electric energy; the vibrator provides a coupling amount of the second electric power, and triggers the circuit operation event when the first and second resonators of the first and second resonators are at a critical value. ^ The σ amount is substantially high. The road operation event triggers the charging event circuit to respond to the power to charge the battery. The road is used to receive the second power. According to the present invention, a wireless mouse module set and a mouse device are proposed. The wireless power supply includes a first line power supply mode, the first power frequency, and a first resonance frequency; the mouse = the mouse body, the housing, the second resonator, and the charging; and the battery is electrically connected. The second resonator is disposed in the housing two mouse = system and the :: sexual connection. The second resonator has a second resonant frequency, thief, for non-radiative cardiac transfer between the first and second resonators. The second resonator provides a second electrical energy. The charging circuit uses =;! 7 200935275 power to charge the battery. According to the present invention, a wireless mouse module is provided, including a wireless power supply module, a wireless power receiving module, and a mouse device. The wireless power supply module includes a first resonator for receiving the first electrical energy, and the first resonator has a first resonant frequency. The wireless power receiving module includes a second resonator having a second resonant frequency, the first and second resonant frequencies being substantially the same, and the first electrical energy of the first resonator is coupled to the second resonator to enable the first and the first Non-radiative energy transfer is performed between the two resonators, and the second resonator provides the second electrical energy. Mouse
The A μ is coupled to the radio receiving module in a manner that is separate from the radio receiving module. The mouse device includes a mouse body and a charging circuit. The mouse system is electrically connected to the battery, and the charging circuit is configured to receive the second power to charge the battery. In order to make the above description of the present invention more comprehensible, a preferred embodiment will be described below with reference to the accompanying drawings, which are described in detail below: ^ Embodiments ❹ Wireless mouse module of this embodiment The wireless mouse is charged by the energy coupling between the resonators, so that the wireless mouse module of the embodiment has high convenience. The first embodiment of the wireless mouse module of the present embodiment wirelessly supplies power to the mouse module through the wireless power supply module to charge the mouse module. Referring to Figure 1, a block diagram of a wireless mouse module 8 200935275 in accordance with a first embodiment of the present invention is shown. The wireless mouse module 1 includes a wireless power supply module 12 and a mouse module 14. The wireless power supply module 12 includes a resonator (Resonat) Rsi for receiving the electrical energy En1' resonator RS1 having a resonant frequency f〇i. The mouse device 14 includes a mouse body 14a, a resonator RS2, a detecting circuit 14b, an indicating circuit 14c, a charging circuit 14d, and a battery 14e. The mouse body 14a is electrically connected to the battery 14e. The resonator rS2 is electrically connected to the mouse body 14a, and the resonator RS2 has a resonance frequency f〇2. The resonance frequencies fol and fo2 are substantially the same. The electric energy En1 of the resonator RS1 is coupled to the resonator RS2' to make a non-radiative energy transfer between the resonators RS1 and RS2. The resonator RS2 supplies electric energy Eh2 〇 In the present embodiment, the coupling between the resonators RS1 and RS2 corresponds to a coupling coefficient K. The coupling constant K is related to the ratio of the energy transfer transfer between the resonators RS1 and RS2. For example, the coupling constant K satisfies: π- Μ ~ y/LI xL2 where M is the mutual inductance between the resonators RSI and RS2, and LI and L2 are the self-inductance values of the resonators RS1 and RS2, respectively. The detecting circuit 14b is configured to determine the coupling amount between the resonators RS1 and RS2 according to the electric energy En2, and trigger the circuit operation event Ee when the coupling amount between the resonators RS1 and RS2 is substantially at a critical value. The indicating circuit 14c is operative to trigger the indicating charging event Ec in response to the circuit operating event Ee. The charging circuit 14d is for receiving the electric energy En2 and charging the battery 14e accordingly. As such, the wireless power module 12 in the wireless mouse module 10 can wirelessly charge the battery I4e in the 200935275 mouse device 14. More specifically, the wireless power supply module 12 further includes a power supply circuit 12a, an impedance matching circuit 12b, and a coupling circuit 12c. As shown in Fig. 2, a detailed block diagram of the wireless power supply module 12 of Fig. 1 is shown. The power supply circuit 12a is for supplying a power source Ens. In the present embodiment, the power supply circuit i2a is, for example, a transmission interface circuit ’ for connecting to a computer system and receiving a power source Ps provided by the computer system. For example, the power supply circuit 12a is a universal serial bus. (Universal Serial Bus (USB) device-side controller (Device)
Controller), which is used to connect to the computer system via USB and receive the power ps provided by the computer system. The impedance matching circuit 12b is for receiving and outputting the power source Ens. The coupling circuit 14c is for receiving the power source Ens output from the impedance matching circuit 14b, and the energy on the coupling circuit 14c is further coupled to the resonator R1' to provide the electric energy En1 to the resonance ri. More specifically, the 'mouse device 14' further includes a coupling circuit i4f, an impedance ❹ matching circuit 14g, and a rectifying circuit I4h. As shown in Fig. 3, a detailed block diagram of the mouse device 14 of Fig. 1 is shown. The energy on resonator R2 is coupled to coupling circuit 14f, which causes coupling circuit i4f to receive electrical energy En2. The impedance matching circuit 14g is for receiving and outputting the electric energy En2 to the detecting circuit 14b. The rectifying circuit i4h is configured to receive and rectify the electric energy En2 supplied from the impedance matching circuit 14g to provide the rectified electric energy Εη2. The charging circuit 14d is for charging the battery 14e in response to the rectified electric energy En2ree. For example, the indication circuit 14c includes a control circuit (not shown) and sends a 200935275 road operation event Ee.
Ec. Thus, the electrical module 12 is used as an optical component (not shown). The control circuit is operative to illuminate the illuminating element in response to the electric power to generate an indication of the charging event Ec. The illuminating element illuminates or not to know that the wireless supply can effectively charge the battery 14e. In the present embodiment, the indication circuit 14c of the present embodiment is not limited to including the light-emitting element, although the indication circuit 14e includes the light-emitting element and is used for illuminating to generate the charging event Ec. . For example, the indicating circuit 14c of the embodiment may further include a sounding component or a vibration component for respectively sounding or vibrating to generate a wireless power supply module indicating the charging event Ec ° of the wireless mouse module of the embodiment. The energy between the first and second resonators, the first and second resonators, and the mouse device are coupled to each other such that the wireless power supply module can provide energy to charge the battery in the mouse device. In this way, the wireless mouse module of the embodiment can wirelessly charge the wireless mouse compared with the conventional wireless mouse, so that the wireless mouse module of the embodiment is more convenient to use. First Embodiment The mouse device in the wireless mouse module of this embodiment includes a housing body and the resonator device of the mouse device end is disposed on the inner wall of the housing. Referring to Figures 4A and 4B, Figure 4A is a schematic view of a mouse device in accordance with a second embodiment of the present invention, and Figure 4B is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA'. The mouse device 24 of the present embodiment is different from the mouse device 14 of the first embodiment in that the mouse device 24 of the present embodiment further has a housing 24s, 11 200935275 and a resonator disposed in the mouse device 24, for example. It is a coil of Solnoid conductor. The coil in the coiled-conductor coil is disposed on the inner wall of the casing 24s so as to surround the inner wall of the casing 24s. In more detail, the spiral conductor coil includes a plurality of ring bodies. The inner wall of the casing 24s has a cross section of the largest area, and one of the ring bodies is disposed on the inner wall in such a manner as to surround the outer edge of the largest area. The third embodiment of the wireless mouse module of the present embodiment further has a wireless power receiving module for receiving the power provided by the wireless power supply module and supplying the power to the mouse device. Referring to FIG. 5, a block diagram of a wireless mouse module in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention is shown. The wireless mouse module 30 of the present embodiment is different from the wireless mouse module 10 of the first embodiment in that the wireless mouse module 30 of the embodiment further has a wireless power receiving module 36, in which a resonance is provided. RS2'. Wherein, the energy Ε n on the resonator RS1' is coupled to the resonator RS2' such that the resonators RS1' and RS2' are subjected to non-radiative energy transfer. Thus, the resonator RS2' provides energy En2'. The wireless power receiving module 36 is further electrically connected to the mouse device 34 for supplying the energy En2' to the charging circuit 34d in the mouse device 34, and charging the battery 34e in the mouse device 34 through the charging circuit 34d. . Referring to Figure 6, there is shown a schematic representation of the mouse device 34 of Figure 5. The mouse device 34 of this embodiment further has, for example, a housing 34s and a transmission line 12 200935275, wherein the charging circuit 34d and the battery 34e are disposed in the housing 34s. The outer surface of the casing 34s further has an accommodation space sp for selectively accommodating the wireless power receiving module 36. The charging circuit 34d is electrically connected to the wireless power receiving module 36 via the transmission line L to receive the energy En2.
In more detail, please refer to FIG. 7, which is a detailed block diagram of the mouse device 34 and the wireless power receiving module 36 of FIG. The wireless power receiving module 36 further includes a detecting circuit 36b and an indicating circuit 36c. The detecting circuit 36b and the indicating circuit 36c respectively perform operations similar to the detecting circuit 14b and the indicating circuit 14c in the wireless mouse module 1 to determine whether the energy En2' exceeds a critical value, and in response to the detecting circuit 3 The triggered circuit operation event Ee' is generated to indicate the charging event ec. The wireless power receiving module 36 further includes a face-to-face circuit 36f and an impedance matching circuit 36g' which respectively perform operations similar to those of the coupling circuit 14f and the impedance matching circuit 14g in the wireless mouse mode. The mouse device 34 further includes a rectifier circuit 34h. The rectifier circuit 3 rectifies the operation similar to the rectifier circuit 14h in the wireless mouse module 10 by the energy En2' to generate a rectified singular Enn 34d for charging the battery 34e, for example, based on the rectified energy En2, ree. The wireless power supply module and the wireless power receiving module of the wireless mouse module of the embodiment respectively have first and second resonators. The energy between the first and second co-systems are coupled to each other such that the wireless power supply module can provide energy (radio energy) (four) groups, and the mouse device receives the received energy to charge the battery. In this way, compared with the conventional wireless sliding: the wireless mouse module of the present embodiment can wirelessly charge the wireless mouse input 13 200935275, so that the wireless mouse module of the embodiment is more convenient to use. . In view of the above, the present invention has been disclosed in a preferred embodiment, and is not intended to limit the present invention. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various changes and modifications can be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Therefore, the scope of the invention is defined by the scope of the appended claims. 200935275 [Simplified Schematic Description] Fig. 1 is a block diagram showing a wireless mouse module according to a first embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a detailed block diagram of the wireless power supply module 12 of FIG. FIG. 3 is a detailed block diagram of the mouse device 14 of FIG. 4A and 4B are respectively a schematic view of a squirrel device according to a second embodiment of the present invention and a cross-sectional view taken along line AA'. ® Fig. 5 is a block diagram showing a wireless mouse module in accordance with a third embodiment of the present invention. Figure 6 is a schematic view of the mouse device 36 of Figure 5. Figure 7 is a detailed block diagram of the mouse device 34 and the wireless power receiving module 36 of Figure 5; [Main component symbol description] 10, 30: Wireless mouse module 12, 32: Wireless power supply module 14, 24, 34: Mouse device 14a: Mouse body 14b, 36b: Detection circuit 14c, 36c: Indication circuit 14d, 34d: charging circuits 14e, 34e: batteries RSI, RS2, RS2': resonator 15 200935275 12a: power supply circuits 12b, 14g, 36g: impedance matching circuits 12c, 14f, 36f: coupling circuits 14h, 34h: rectifier circuit 24s , 34s : Housing 36 : Radio energy receiving module SP : accommodating space L : transmission line

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  1. 200935275 X. Patent application scope: 1. A wireless mouse module, comprising: a wireless power supply module, comprising: a first resonator (Resonator) for receiving a first power, the first resonator having a first a resonant frequency; and a mouse device, comprising: a mouse body electrically connected to a battery; a second resonator electrically connected to the mouse body, the second resonator having a second Resonant frequency, the first and second resonant frequencies are substantially the same, the first electrical energy of the first resonator is coupled to the second resonator, and the first and second resonators are non-aligned The second resonator provides a second electric energy; a detecting circuit is configured to determine a coupling amount between the first and the second resonator according to the second electric energy, And triggering, when the coupling amount between the first and the second resonators is substantially higher than a threshold, triggering a circuit operation indicating circuit to trigger an indication charging event in response to the circuit operation event; A charging circuit for receiving the second power, to charge the battery. 2. The wireless mouse module of claim 1, wherein the wireless power supply module further comprises: a power supply circuit for providing a power supply; 17 200935275 an impedance matching circuit for receiving and outputting the And a first coupling circuit for receiving the power output of the impedance matching circuit, wherein energy on the first coupling circuit is further coupled to the first resonator to provide the first power to the first resonator. 3. The wireless mouse module of claim 2, wherein the power circuit is further configured to receive a power provided by a computer system via a transmission interface. 4. The wireless mouse module of claim 1, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a second coupling circuit, the energy of the second resonator is coupled to the second coupling circuit, And causing the second coupling circuit to receive the second electrical energy; and an impedance matching circuit for receiving and outputting the second electrical energy to the detecting circuit. 5. The wireless mouse module of claim 4, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a rectifying circuit for receiving and rectifying the second electric energy provided by the impedance matching circuit to provide After the rectified second electrical energy, the charging circuit is further configured to receive the rectified second electrical energy to charge the battery. 6. The wireless mouse module of claim 1, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a light emitting component, wherein the control circuit is configured to illuminate the light emitting component in response to the circuit operation event, The finger is not charged. 7. The wireless mouse module of claim 1, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a sounding component, wherein the control circuit is responsive to the circuit operation event to cause the sounding component to sound. To generate the indicated charging event. 8. The wireless mouse module of claim 1, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a vibration component, wherein the control circuit is configured to vibrate the vibration component in response to the circuit operation event, This indication charging event is generated. A wireless mouse module, comprising: a wireless power supply module, comprising: a first resonator (Resonator) for receiving a first power, the first resonator having a first resonant frequency; and a slip The mouse device comprises: a mouse body electrically connected to a battery; a housing; a second resonator disposed on an inner wall of the housing and electrically connected to the mouse body, the second The resonator has a second resonant frequency, the first and second resonant frequencies are substantially the same, the first electrical energy of the first resonator is coupled to the second resonator, and the first and second resonant Non-radiative energy transfer is performed between the devices, the second resonator provides a second electrical energy, and a charging circuit is configured to receive the second electrical energy to charge the battery. 10. The wireless mouse module of claim 9, wherein the second resonator comprises a coil disposed on the inner wall in a manner surrounding the inner wall of the 200935275 of the housing. 11. The wireless mouse module of claim 10, wherein the coil comprises a plurality of ring bodies, the inner wall having a cross section of a maximum area, and one of the ring bodies is a section surrounding the maximum area The outer edge is disposed on the inner wall. 12. The wireless mouse module of claim 9, wherein the wireless power supply module further comprises: a power supply circuit for providing a power source; and an impedance matching circuit for receiving and outputting the power source; And a first coupling circuit for receiving the power output of the impedance matching circuit, wherein energy on the first coupling circuit is further coupled to the first resonator to provide the first power to the first resonator. 13. The wireless mouse module of claim 12, wherein the power circuit is further configured to receive a power provided by a computer system via a transmission interface. The wireless mouse module of claim 9, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a detecting circuit coupled to the second resonator for determining the second power according to the second power a coupling amount between the first and the second resonators, and triggering a circuit operation event when the coupling amount between the first and the second resonators is substantially higher than a threshold; and an indicating circuit for An indication of a charging event is triggered in response to the circuit operation event. 15. The wireless mouse module of claim 14, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a second coupling circuit, the energy of the second resonator is coupled to the second coupling circuit, And causing the second coupling circuit to receive the second electrical energy; and an impedance matching circuit for receiving and outputting the second electrical energy to the detecting circuit. 16. The wireless mouse module of claim 15, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a rectifying circuit for receiving and rectifying the second electric energy provided by the impedance matching circuit to The rectified second electrical energy is provided, and the charging circuit is further configured to receive the rectified second electrical energy to charge the battery. 17. The wireless mouse module of claim 14, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a light emitting component, wherein the control circuit is configured to illuminate the light emitting component in response to the circuit operation event, This indication charging event is generated. 18. The wireless mouse module of claim 14, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a sounding component, wherein the control circuit is responsive to the circuit operation event to cause the sounding component to sound. To generate the indicated charging event. 19. The wireless mouse module of claim 14, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a vibration component, wherein the control circuit is configured to vibrate the vibration component in response to the circuit operation event, This indication charging event is generated. 20. A wireless mouse module, comprising: 21 200935275 a wireless power supply module, comprising: a first resonator (Resonator) for receiving a first electrical energy, the first resonator having a first resonant frequency; A wireless power receiving module includes: a second resonator having a second resonant frequency, wherein the first and second resonant frequencies are substantially the same, the first electrical energy of the first resonator is coupled to the a second resonator for non-radiative energy transfer between the first and second resonators, the second resonator providing a second electrical energy; and a mouse device The wireless power receiving module is coupled to the wireless power receiving module. The mouse device includes: a mouse body electrically connected to a battery; and a charging circuit for receiving the first Two electrical energy to charge the battery. 21. The wireless mouse module as shown in claim 20, wherein the mouse device further has a casing and a transmission line, and the mouse body and the charging circuit are disposed in the casing. The external surface of the housing has an accommodating space for selectively accommodating the wireless power receiving module, and the charging circuit is electrically connected to the wireless power receiving module via the transmission line. 22. The wireless mouse module of claim 20, wherein the wireless power supply module further comprises: a power supply circuit for providing a power source; and an impedance matching circuit for receiving and outputting the power source; And 22 200935275 a first coupling circuit for receiving the power output of the impedance matching circuit, the energy on the first coupling circuit being more coupled to the first resonator to provide the first power to the first resonator. 23. The wireless mouse module of claim 22, wherein the power circuit is further configured to receive a computer system via a transmission interface. 24. The wireless mouse module of claim 20, wherein the wireless power receiving module further comprises: A detecting circuit, configured to determine the first and the first in response to the second power a coupling amount between the two resonators, and triggering a circuit operation event when the coupling amount between the first and the second resonators is substantially higher than a threshold value; and an indicating circuit responsive to the circuit operation An event to trigger an indication of a charging event. 25. The wireless mouse module of claim 24, wherein the wireless power receiving module further comprises: a second coupling circuit, the energy of the second resonator is coupled to the second coupling circuit The second coupling circuit receives the second electrical energy; and an impedance matching circuit is configured to receive and output the second electrical energy detecting circuit. The wireless mouse module of claim 25, wherein the mouse device further comprises: a rectifying circuit for receiving and rectifying the second electric energy provided by the impedance matching circuit to provide The rectified second electrical energy, the charging 23 200935275 circuit is further configured to receive the rectified second electrical energy to charge the battery. 27. The wireless mouse module of claim 20, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a light emitting component, wherein the control circuit is configured to illuminate the light emitting component in response to the circuit operation event, This indication charging event is generated. 28. The wireless mouse module of claim 20, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a sounding component, wherein the control circuit is responsive to the circuit operation event to cause the sounding component to sound To generate the finger without charging event. 29. The wireless mouse module of claim 20, wherein the indicating circuit comprises a control circuit and a vibration component, wherein the control circuit is configured to vibrate the vibration component in response to the circuit operation event, The finger is not charged. twenty four
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