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2 PIECE FULL CYLINDER VIBRATOR MOTOR COUNTERWEIGHT

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000007655D
Original Publication Date: 1996-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2002-Apr-11

Publishing Venue

Motorola

Related People

Authors:
Martin McCluskie Brian Conti

Abstract

Bent shahs on vibrator motor components have opposite the counterweight mass. This feature would always been a major contributor to field failures. Once prevent the shah from flexing beyond its elastic limit the vibrator motor shaft is bent, the vibrator motor resulting in a bent shah: The two piece, full cylin- will not be functional. Attempts to correct the prob- der vibrator motor counterweight feature could be lem have included increasing the shah diameter or made out of any lightweight plastic material, and changing the entire configuration i.e. (Pancake could be attached a number of ways (adhered, Motor). These fixes have their merits, but another snapped, or even staked to the counterweight). option would be to add a lightweight plastic feature Vibrator Motor Counterweight Lightweight, Plastic Feature (adhered, snapped, staked) counter weight's to deflect during shock 0 Molarola. 1°C. ,996 62 May 1996