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Publication numberDE102004016517 A1
Publication typeApplication
Application numberDE200410016517
Publication date20 Oct 2005
Filing date3 Apr 2004
Priority date3 Apr 2004
Also published asWO2005095169A1
Publication number0410016517, 200410016517, DE 102004016517 A1, DE 102004016517A1, DE 2004/10016517 A1, DE-A1-102004016517, DE0410016517, DE102004016517 A1, DE102004016517A1, DE2004/10016517A1, DE200410016517
InventorsFrank Blaesing, Matthias Richwin, Thomas Weber
ApplicantKostal Leopold Gmbh & Co Kg
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: DPMA, Espacenet
Optoelektronische Sensoreinrichtung für ein Kraftfahrzeug Optoelectronic sensor device for a motor vehicle translated from German
DE 102004016517 A1
Abstract  translated from German
Optoelektronische Sensoreinrichtung für ein Kraftfahrzeug, mit einem Sender und einem Empfänger für optische Strahlung und mit mindestens einem zwischen Sender und Empfänger angeordneten optischen Koppelelement, welches über mindestens eine lichtdurchlässige oder reflektierende Grenzfläche verfügt, wobei die Grenzfläche durch stoffliche oder strukturelle Ausbildung eine feuchtigkeitsverteilende, feuchtigkeitsableitende oder feuchtigkeitsabsorbierende Oberfläche aufweist. Optoelectronic sensor device for a motor vehicle, having a transmitter and a receiver for optical radiation and having at least one is arranged between transmitter and receiver optical coupling element which has at least one light transmissive or reflective interface, wherein the interface by material or structural training a feuchtigkeitsverteilende, wicking or has moisture-absorbing surface.
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International ClassificationB60S1/08, G02B1/10
Cooperative ClassificationB60S1/0822, B60S1/0837
European ClassificationB60S1/08F2, B60S1/08F2D2
Legal Events
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30 Jun 2011R005Application deemed withdrawn due to failure to request examination
Effective date: 20110405