US Pat. No. 9,578,791

INTERNAL FRAME STRUCTURE WITH HEAT ISOLATION EFFECT AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS WITH THE INTERNAL FRAME STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A mid-frame structure with heat isolation effect as applied to a handheld electronic apparatus, comprising a planar main
body and a frame unit extending along at least two opposed edges of a periphery of the main body, the frame unit including
an inner layer, an outer layer and a heat isolation layer sandwiched in-between the inner layer and the outer layer, wherein
the inner layer is positioned on an innermost side of the frame unit and adjacently connected with the main body, the outer
layer being positioned on an outermost side of the frame unit.

US Pat. No. 9,388,824

SALT-SPRAY PROTECTION STRUCTURE FOR FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A salt-spray protection structure for a fan, comprising:
a frame having an internal volume provided with a base, the base connected to the frame by supporting arms and internally
defining a motor stator assembly receiving space having a bearing cup, and the base further having at least one raised surface
forming on a circumference of the base to face an impeller rotatably mounted on the base;

the impeller having a hub being rotatably mounted on the base, with a side of the hub facing toward the base having an open
end with an end surface thereof facing the at least one raised surface on the base;

at least one protruded portion being forming on one of the at least one raised surface on the base and the end surface of
the hub and including a toothed body having a first slant surface facing in a direction of rotation, an opposite second slant
surface facing away from the direction of rotation, and a tip formed on upper ends of the first and the second slant surface,
the tip being of a shape to scrape off salt grains; and

the motor stator assembly including a plurality of silicon steel plates fitted around the bearing cup.

US Pat. No. 9,127,686

FAN ROTOR PROTECTION STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan rotor protection structure, comprising:
a fan wheel including a hub and a plurality of blades; the hub having a top portion and a side wall portion axially rearwardly
extended from a peripheral edge of the top portion, the blades being circumferentially spaced on the side wall portion, and
the top portion and the side wall portion together defining a receiving space in the hub; and

an annular member having one side aligned with and connected to an end surface of the side wall portion opposite to the top
portion, and defining an opening communicable with the receiving space in the hub;

the annular member further being provided with a plurality of holes.

US Pat. No. 9,103,505

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE FOR LED LIGHTING

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure for LED lighting, comprising:
a light shade having at least one first opening at the top thereof and at least one second opening at the bottom thereof,
the light shade further having at least one first extension section extending between the first and second openings to interconnect
the first and second openings, the first extension section defining a passage;

at least one LED module having a circuit board inlaid in the first extension section and partially positioned in the passage,
and multiple LED chips disposed on the circuit board;

a wind guide member disposed at the second opening, one side of the wind guide member facing the passage for blowing airflow
to the circuit board in the passage; and

a light seat, one end of the light seat being connected with the bottom of the light shade, at least one perforation being
formed between the light seat and the light shade and in communication with the second opening.

US Pat. No. 9,404,625

OPTICAL TOUCH DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An optical touch module used to connect to at least one L-shaped connection board, the optical touch module comprising:
an LED circuit board having a first top face and a first bottom face, multiple LED components being disposed on the first
top face, the first bottom face having at least one first connector; and

a control circuit board positioned under the LED circuit board, the control circuit board having a second top face and a second
bottom face, the second top face facing the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and having at least one second connector
correspondingly in adaptation to the first connector, the second bottom face having at least one third connector connecting
to the L-shaped connection board, the first and second connectors being vertically mated with each other so as to connect
the control circuit board under the LED circuit board, a height gap existing between the LED circuit board and the control
circuit board, whereby a space is positioned between correspondingly overlapping sections of the first bottom face of the
LED circuit board and the second top face of the control circuit board, the first and second connectors being positioned in
the space, wherein at least one electronic component is disposed under the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and
positioned in the space.

US Pat. No. 9,267,545

BEARING RETAINING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A bearing retaining structure, comprising:
a base having a bearing cup projected from one side thereof, the bearing cup internally defining a receiving space and having
a fixed end and an opposite free end; and the fixed end being connected to the base;

a bearing being disposed in the receiving space of the bearing cup; and
a stator assembly having an axially extended central opening and a retaining portion; the retaining portion being radially
inwardly protruded from an inner wall surface of the central opening to fit around the free end of the bearing cup and accordingly
bringing an inner wall surface of the receiving space to tightly contact with an outer wall surface of the bearing;

wherein the fixed end of the bearing cup has an inner diameter larger than that of the free end; and
wherein the retaining portion of the stator assembly includes a plurality of alternately spaced radially inward protrusions
and radially outward recesses.

US Pat. No. 9,057,380

FAN HAVING DEBRIS ENTRY PREVENTION GAP

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A cooling fan structure, comprising:
a hub having a first wall portion and a second wall portion connected to each other, a plurality of blades outward extended
from an outer circumferential surface of the second wall portion, and a magnetic body provided on an inner circumferential
surface of the second wall portion;

a rotary shaft having a first end and an opposite second end, and the first end of the rotary shaft being connected to the
first wall portion of the hub;

a fan seat having a hollow bearing cup forward extended from a central portion thereof for receiving at least one bearing
therein, and the rotary shaft being rotatably connected at the second end to the bearing; and the fan seat being provided
at a position corresponding to and vertically facing toward a rear end of the second wall portion of the hub with a forward
protruded annular rim portion, the annular rim having an outer side that is higher than a lower inner side, a sunken annular
groove portion adjoining the lower inner side of the annular rim portion, and a gap being formed between the forward protruded
annular rim portion and the second wall portion, wherein the outer side of the annular rim portion is aligned with the outer
circumference of the second wall portion; and

a stator assembly being fitted on around an outer side of the hollow bearing cup; wherein the annular groove portion is continuously
extended on around the fan seat at a position corresponding to and facing toward the rear end of the second wall portion of
the hub.

US Pat. No. 9,572,244

LATCH DEVICE FOR HEAT DISSIPATION COMPONENT

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A latch device for heat dissipation component, comprising:
a heat sink main body having a left side and a right side, the left and right sides of the heat sink main body being respectively
formed with a first perforation and a second perforation;

a first elastic member, at least one first hook/latch section protruding from the first elastic member corresponding to the
first perforation of the heat sink main body, the first elastic member being fixedly disposed on one face of a motherboard;

a second elastic member, at least one second hook/latch section protruding from the second elastic member corresponding to
the second perforation of the heat sink main body, the second elastic member being also fixedly disposed on the face of the
motherboard;

a first rotary unit having a first spiral slot, a second spiral slot and a first shaft hole, a first pivotal member being
pivotally disposed in the first shaft hole, a first hook/latch member being inserted in and connected with the first pivotal
member, one end of the first hook/latch member being correspondingly hooked/latched with the first hook/latch section, a first
shaft rod being pivotally connected with the other end of the first hook/latch member, two ends of the first shaft rod being
respectively inlaid in the first and second spiral slots to bridge the first shaft rod between the first and second spiral
slots; and

a second rotary unit having a third spiral slot, a fourth spiral slot and a second shaft hole, a second pivotal member being
pivotally disposed in the second shaft hole, a second hook/latch member being inserted in and connected with the second pivotal
member, one end of the second hook/latch member being correspondingly hooked/latched with the second hook/latch section, a
second shaft rod being pivotally connected with the other end of the second hook/latch member, two ends of the second shaft
rod being respectively inlaid in the third and fourth spiral slots to bridge the second shaft rod between the third and fourth
spiral slots.

US Pat. No. 9,327,369

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THERMAL MODULE WITH ENHANCED ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of manufacturing a thermal module with enhanced assembling structure, comprising the following steps:
providing a base and a heat pipe, and defining a top and a bottom of the base as a first side and a second side, respectively;
performing a mechanical processing from the first side toward the second side to form a receiving recess on the base, such
that the receiving recess having two end portions respectively forming a supporting portion and a middle portion formed into
an opening located between the two supporting portions and communicating the first side with the second side;

performing a mechanical processing from the second side toward the first side by applying a force to bend junctions between
the receiving recess and two longitudinal sides of the opening, so as to form a first extended arm and a second extended arm,
and two wall surfaces being located between the two longitudinal sides of the opening and the first and the second extended
arms, respectively;

performing a mechanical processing from the first side toward the second side by applying a force to positions of the first
and second extended arms adjacent to the longitudinal sides of the opening, so as to form two rows of alternating elevated
and sunken areas on the wall surfaces; and

setting the heat pipe in the receiving recess on the base, and applying a force to the first and second extended arms for
them to press against and hold down the heat pipe in the receiving recess.

US Pat. No. 9,331,541

MOTOR STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A motor structure comprising:
a first silicon steel seat having a receiving space;
at least one insulation support disposed in the receiving space, the insulation support having at least one winding section,
a first protection wall section and a second protection wall section being respectively formed on two sides of the winding
section, the second protection wall section being formed with multiple through holes, two ends of the second protection wall
section being respectively formed with a first channel and a second channel, a first passage and a second passage being respectively
defined with the first channel and the second channel, an assembling section and a connection section being respectively formed
at two ends of the second protection wall section; and

a second silicon steel seat assembled and connected with the second protection wall section.

US Pat. No. 9,807,906

LIQUID-COOLING DEVICE AND SYSTEM THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A liquid-cooling device comprising:
a liquid reservoir case having a heat exchange chamber, an inlet and an outlet, the inlet and the outlet being in communication
with the heat exchange chamber, the heat exchange chamber being for a cooling liquid to pass through;

a pump component for circulating the cooling liquid, the pump component including a stator, a rotor and an impeller connected
with the rotor, the rotor and the impeller being disposed in the heat exchange chamber in a position spaced from a central
region of the heat exchange chamber, the impeller being positioned in adjacency to the inlet and exposed to the cooling liquid
in the heat exchange chamber; and

a heat exchange component connected with the liquid reservoir case as a bottom side of the heat exchange chamber, the heat
exchange component having a heat contact face and a heat exchange face in contact with the cooling liquid in the heat exchange
chamber, the heat exchange face being defined with a water incoming section corresponding to the impeller, multiple radiating
fins being disposed on the rest section of the heat exchange face, wherein the radiating fins are radially arranged at intervals,
each radiating fin having a first end directed to the impeller and a second end radially extending away from the water incoming
section, a first spacing formed between the first end of each radiating fin, and a second spacing formed between the second
end of each radiating fin, the first spacing narrower than the second spacing.

US Pat. No. 9,407,176

INTEGRATED SYSTEM OF CIRCUITS FOR SERIAL FAN STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An integrated system of circuits for serial fan structure, comprising:
a first fan including a first frame, a first fan wheel, a first stator, a first driving unit and a first control unit; the
first frame internally defining a first receiving space and having a first shaft base centered in the first receiving space;
the first stator being externally fitted on around the first shaft base, and including a first silicon steel plate assembly
and a first coil assembly wound around the first silicon steel plate assembly; and the first fan wheel being rotatably mounted
on the first shaft base; the first control unit being a micro control unit (MCU); and no circuit board being included in the
first fan; and

a second fan being connected to the first fan back to back, and including a second frame, a second fan wheel, a second stator,
a second driving unit, a circuit unit and a second control unit; the second frame internally defining a second receiving space
and having a second shaft base centered in the second receiving space; the second fan wheel being mounted on the second shaft
base; the second stator being externally fitted on around the second shaft base, and including a second silicone steel plate
assembly, a second coil assembly wound around the second silicon steel plate assembly, and a circuit board connected to the
first and the second coil assembly; the circuit board being located on one side of the second shaft base facing toward the
second fan wheel; the second control unit being a micro control unit (MCU); and the first and the second driving unit, the
first and the second control unit, and the circuit unit being sequentially electrically connected and mounted on to one side
of the circuit board of the second fan, so that the circuit board and the circuit unit on the circuit board of the second
fan are a common circuit board and a common circuit unit of the first and the second fan.

US Pat. No. 9,367,103

HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation device, comprising:
an oscillation assembly including a base and an oscillating member provided on the base, wherein the oscillation assembly
is a spring assembly with the base being a spring holder and the oscillating member being a spring element;

an air disturbing member having a first end connected to the oscillating member and an opposite second end;
at least one fixing seat, to which the second end of the air disturbing member is connected; and
wherein the spring element of the oscillation assembly is oscillated upward and downward, and brings the air disturbing member
to vibrate.

US Pat. No. 9,345,171

HEAT SINK RETAINER UNIT AND THERMAL MODULE DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat sink retainer unit comprising:
a buckle body having a top face and a bottom face, the top face being formed with a pair of perforations, a support face being
formed between the two perforations, the bottom face being formed with a receiving cavity in communication with the perforations;

a retainer member having a first plate body and a second plate body, top ends of the first and second plate bodies being respectively
formed with two pivot holes in alignment with each other, the first and second plate bodies respectively corresponding to
the perforations, the first and second plate bodies being respectively passed through the perforations from lower side of
the buckle body to position the pivot holes above the support face, a bottom end of the first plate body being connected with
a latch leg, the latch leg being formed with at least one latch hole;

an elastic member received in the receiving cavity of the buckle body, the elastic member being fitted on the first and second
plate bodies of the retainer member; and

a handle having a shift arm and a cam connected with one end of the shift arm, the other end of the shift arm being a free
end, the cam having an eccentric guide slot and an abutment face formed on outer circumference of the cam, the cam being positioned
above the support face between the first and second plate bodies, a pivot member being passed through the pivot holes and
the guide slot to pivotally connect the cam with the retainer member with the abutment face in contact with the support face
of the buckle body.

US Pat. No. 9,429,163

SERIES FAN ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A series fan assembling structure comprising:
a connection assembly having a first connection member, a second connection member and a third connection member, the first
connection member having a first end face and a second end face opposite to the first end face, the second connection member
being disposed at an upper end of the first connection member to outward horizontally extend from the first end face, the
third connection member being disposed at a lower end of the first connection member to outward horizontally extend from the
second end face, the second connection member and the third connection member horizontally extending in reverse directions,
a passage being formed at centers of the first and second end faces;

a first fan mated with the first end face of the first connection member, the first fan having a first fan frame and a first
flow passage passing through the first fan frame, the first fan frame being connected with the second connection member in
a horizontal position, the first flow passage communicating with the passage; and

a second fan mated with the second end face of the first connection member, the second fan having a second fan frame and a
second flow passage passing through the second fan frame, the second fan frame being connected with the third connection member
in a horizontal position, the second flow passage communicating with the passage.

US Pat. No. 9,291,169

FAN MOTOR CONTROL DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan motor control device for use with a fan motor, comprising:
a zero-crossing detection unit being supplied with electric power and receiving a square wave signal from an electric power
output unit which the zero-crossing detection unit detects zero-crossings of voltage of the electric power supplied from the
electric power output unit and that generates a synchronization reference signal;

a phase control unit being electrically connected to the zero-crossing detection unit for receiving the synchronization reference
signal, and generating a phase control signal according to the synchronization reference signal for controlling the fan motor's
output power and rotational speed;

an operation processing unit being electrically connected to the phase control unit and generating a processing signal according
to the phase control signal;

a first rectifier element being electrically connected to the operation processing unit and generating a first phase signal
according to the processing signal for sending to a first coil unit;

a second rectifier element being electrically connected to the operation processing unit and generating a second phase signal
according to the processing signal for sending to a second coil unit;

whereby the fan motor is driven to rotate according to one of the first phase signal and the second phase signal; and
wherein the phase control unit applies the received synchronization reference signal to an AC sine wave and changes a turn-on
angle of the AC sine wave according to the synchronization reference signal, so as to control a voltage magnitude of the supplied
electric power and generate the phase control signal for controlling the fan motor's output power and rotational speed.

US Pat. No. 9,234,521

RING-TYPE FAN AND IMPELLER STRUCTURE THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A ring-type fan, comprising:
a frame having an air inlet and an opposite air outlet, and internally defining a receiving space between the air inlet and
the air outlet; the frame being provided along an inner side of the air outlet with at least one inward projected wall portion;
the projected wall portion including a first projected section and a second projected section; the first projected section
being obliquely projected from the inner side of the air outlet toward the air inlet of the frame; and the second projected
section being integrally formed with and forwardly extended from a front end of the first projected section;

an impeller assembly being rotatably mounted in the receiving space and connected to the frame; the impeller assembly including
a hub, a plurality of impellers outward extended from and spaced around the hub, and a ring member connected to radially outer
ends of the impellers; the ring member having a top edge corresponding to the air inlet and a bottom edge corresponding to
the air outlet; the top edge and the bottom edge being respectively provided with a flared flange and a stop section, wherein
the stop section accommodates the second projected section such that together they define an air passage between them; and

at least one pressure relief section provided on and extended through a peripheral wall of the frame to define an airflow
guide thereat, and the airflow guide communicating with the receiving space and the air passage;

wherein the frame is further provided around an inner side of the air inlet with an inclined flange portion, located radially
inside the flared flange, which radially inwardly extends toward a central area of the receiving space; and a clearance is
formed between the flared flange and the inclined flange portion.

US Pat. No. 9,222,478

BLADELESS FAN STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A bladeless fan structure, comprising:
a solid shaft member;
a driving member for driving the shaft connected thereto to rotate;
a pipe member, through which the shaft of the driving member being axially extended to form a first space between an inner
surface of the pipe member and an outer surface of the shaft; and the pipe member being formed with a single row comprising
more than one opening in the sidewall thereof to communicate with the first space; and

at least one air-pressure increasing area including a first air-pressure increasing section and a second air-pressure increasing
section provided on the outer surface of the shaft and the inner surface of the pipe member, respectively, and the air-pressure
increasing area being communicable with the first space;

wherein when the shaft is axially extended through the pipe member and driven by the driving member to rotate, air in the
first space forms air flows due to rotation of the shaft said air flows blowing out of the pipe member via the openings.

US Pat. No. 9,057,382

FAN IMPELLER STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan impeller structure comprising:
a hub having a top section, an annular section and multiple recesses, the annular section axially extending from a circumference
of the top section, the annular section and the top section together defining a receiving space, the recesses being formed
at a junction between the top section and the annular section and arranged along the circumference of the top section, each
recess having a plurality of through holes in communication with the receiving space, the through holes being formed on opposite
sides of the recess; and

multiple securing sections disposed in the receiving space and formed oppositely between the recesses;
wherein each securing section has a fixed end and an extension end, the fixed end being formed on an inner side of the top
section oppositely between each two adjacent recesses, the extension end axially extending from the fixed end along the annular
section in adjacency to an inner circumference of the annular section;

wherein each two adjacent securing sections define therebetween a receiving room in communication with the receiving space
for receiving a corresponding magnetic member; and

wherein the through holes correspond to desired locations of the securing sections to enable filling of a plastic material
into the receiving space to form the securing sections.

US Pat. No. 9,441,888

LOOP TYPE PRESSURE-GRADIENT-DRIVEN LOW-PRESSURE THERMOSIPHON DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A loop type pressure-gradient-driven low-pressure thermosiphon device, comprising:
a case internally defining a chamber, in which a vaporizing section and a guiding section are provided; the vaporizing section
including a plurality of flow-guiding members being arrayed spaced from one another, so that at least one first flow passage
is formed between any two adjacent flow-guiding members; the first flow passages respectively having at least one free end
communicating with a free zone in the chamber; the free zone having a plurality of projections being arrayed spaced from one
another; and the guiding section being positioned near the free zone only and having a first guiding portion, a second guiding
portion forming a necked opening therebetween, and the first and second opposed guiding portions being arranged at the juncture
between the vaporizing section and the free zone adjacent the free zone and contacting and extended from two opposite walls
of the chamber each guiding portion intersecting one wall at two spaced places to form a generally V-shaped guiding portion
extending toward a center of the chamber thereby forming said necked opening and indicating a pressure difference between
the vaporizing section and the free zone; and channeling substantially all of the material from the vaporizing section through
the necked opening being formed between the first and second guiding portions;

a cover being correspondingly closed onto the case to seal the chamber;
a pipeline having a second flow passage; the pipeline being connected at two ends to two opposite sides of the case, and the
second flow passage being communicable with the free zone and the flow-guiding members and connected to the vaporizing section
across ends of a desired flow path; wherein the end of the case formed at the vaporizing section and connected to the second
flow passage is defined as an inlet end; wherein the second flow passage is further directly connected to the chamber in a
horizontal direction; and

at least one heat-dissipating element being extended through by the pipeline, so that the pipeline and the heat-dissipating
element together define a condensing section.

US Pat. No. 9,433,127

FAN OPERATION CONTROL SYSTEM

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan operating control system, comprising a magnetic sensor unit for generating a sensing signal; a control unit electrically
connected to the magnetic sensor unit and receiving the sensing signal; a rectifier unit electrically connected to the control
unit and a ground; and a coil unit electrically connected to between the control unit and the ground; wherein the control
unit detects any fan electric current flowing through the coil unit to the ground and generates a rotating speed signal for
controlling the fan's operating speed for an alert signal for alerting a user to the fan's operating state accordingly; and
wherein when the control unit detects no fan current flowing through the coil unit to the ground, the control unit stops generating
the rotating speed signal to stop the operation of the fan.

US Pat. No. 9,423,186

HEAT-DISSIPATING DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat-dissipating device, including:
a heat sink made by superposing a plurality of heat-dissipating fins, the heat sink having a heat-dissipating portion and
a heat-absorbing portion, the heat-absorbing portion having an end surface, the end surface being provided with a trough,
one side surface of the heat-absorbing portion being provided with at least one through-hole in communication with both sides
of the trough;

at least one heat pipe having a heat-absorbing end and a heat-dissipating end, the heat-absorbing end having a heat-absorbing
surface and a heat-conducting surface, the heat-absorbing surface being adjacent to the heat-conducting surface, the heat-absorbing
end of the heat pipe being inserted into the through-hole, the heat-conducting surface and the heat-absorbing surface being
positioned in the trough in such a manner that both of them are not brought into contact with the heat sink, the heat-dissipating
end being disposed through the heat-dissipating portion; and

at least one heat-generating element being in brought into thermal contact with the heat-conducting surface of the heat pipe
directly;

wherein the heat sink further has a first portion, a second portion and a third portion, the first portion and the third portion
are provided on both ends of the second portion, the thickness of the entire heat-dissipating fin located in the first portion
and the third portion is larger than the thickness of the entire heat-dissipating fin located in the second portion;

wherein the fins of the heat sink further have short sides and long sides and the heat sink has at least one first reinforcement
portion and at least one second reinforcement portion, the at least one first reinforcement portion and the at least one second
reinforcement portion are provided on opposite ends of the heat sink and each first reinforcement portion and each second
reinforcement portion is configured to reinforce the short sides or the long sides of the heat sink according to the orientation
of the reinforcement portion, the reinforcement portions being correspondingly parallel to either the short sides or the long
sides of the fins of the heat sink;

wherein the heat sink further has at least one third reinforcement portion, the at least one first reinforcement portion and
the at least one second reinforcement portion are provided on both sides of the at least one third reinforcement portion,
the heat-dissipating fins are provided between the at least one third reinforcement portion and the at least one first reinforcement
portion as well as between the at least one third reinforcement portion and the at least one second reinforcement portion;

wherein each first reinforcement portion has a first connecting portion, the first connecting portion has a first connecting
end and a first connecting groove, the first connecting end being engaged with the first connecting groove, each second reinforcement
portion has a second connecting portion, the second connecting portion has a second connecting end and a second connecting
groove, the second connecting end being engaged with the second connecting groove, each third reinforcement portion has a
third connecting portion, the third connecting portion has a third connecting end and a third connecting groove, the third
connecting end being engaged with the third connecting groove, wherein each reinforcement portion has two connecting portions,
one on each side, and the connecting portions extend the entire length of the side they are on.

US Pat. No. 9,389,656

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE APPLIED TO MOBILE DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure applied to mobile device, comprising a heat conduction main body, the heat conduction main
body having a heat dissipation side and a heat absorption side, a radiation heat dissipation layer being formed on the heat
dissipation side, wherein the radiation heat dissipation layer is a recessed/raised structure formed by means of shot peening;
and
wherein the heat conduction main body is composed of a copper board body and an aluminum board body, which overlap each other,
the heat absorption side being disposed on one face of the copper board body, which face is opposite to an attaching face
of the copper board body in attachment to the aluminum board body, the heat dissipation side being disposed on one face of
the aluminum board body, which face is opposite to an attaching face of the aluminum board body in attachment to the copper
board body.

US Pat. No. 9,145,897

BLADE STRUCTURE FOR CENTRIFUGAL FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A blade structure for centrifugal fan, comprising:
a hub having a connection section formed therearound, and the connection section having a first side and an opposite second
side;

a first blade unit radially outward extending from the first side of the connection section of the hub, and including a plurality
of first blades; and the first blades being arranged on and spaced along the first side of the connection section;

a second blade unit radially outward extending from the second side of the connection section of the hub, and including a
plurality of second blades; and the second blades being arranged on and spaced along the second side of the connection section;
and

wherein the first blades respectively have a first end and an opposite second end; the first ends being proximal ends and
corresponding to the hub; the second ends being distal ends; the first ends further respectively having a first recess formed
thereat and being connected to the connection section; a surface of the first blades being gradually increased for a distance
that is less than the full distance from the first end to the second end to define the first recess between the first and
the second ends

wherein the second blades respectively have a third end and an opposite fourth end; the third ends being proximal ends and
corresponding to the hub; the fourth ends being distal ends; the third ends further respectively having a second recess formed
thereat and being connected to the connection section; a surface of the second blade being gradually increased for a distance
that is less than the full distance from the third end to the fourth end to define the second recess between the third and
the fourth ends;

wherein any two adjacent ones of the first blades define a first flow passage therebetween, and any two adjacent ones of the
second blades define a second flow passage therebetween; and

wherein the first ends of the first blade unit correspond circumferentially to the third ends of the second blade unit, but
the second ends of the first blade unit do not correspond and differ circumferentially from the fourth ends of the second
blade unit.

US Pat. No. 9,341,416

HEAT-DISSIPATION UNIT WITH HEAT-DISSIPATION MICROSTRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat-dissipation unit with heat-dissipation microstructure, comprising a main body internally defining a chamber, a wick
structure formed on an inner surface of the chamber, and at least a SiO2 nano thin film coated on a surface of the wick structure; wherein the SiO2 nano thin film is formed of a plurality of nanograins, wherein the wick structure is formed of a material selected from the
group consisting of copper, aluminum, nickel and stainless steel.

US Pat. No. 9,273,909

HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE, AND THERMAL MODULE AND ELECTRONIC DEVICE USING SAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat pipe structure, comprising a hollow pipe body including:
a first sealed end;
a second sealed end;
a vaporizing section, a condensing section and a reducing section being provided between the vaporizing section and the condensing
section, all three sections being between the first sealed end and the second sealed end;

the vaporizing section having a first outer surface and a first inner surface; the first outer surface having a first planar
top side and a first planar bottom side to define a vaporizing section thickness extending the full length of the vaporizing
section, and the first inner surface having a first wick structure formed thereon; wherein the first wick structure can be
continuously or non-continuously arranged on or around the first inner surface to define a first flow channel in the vaporizing
section; and

the condensing section having a second outer surface and a second inner surface; the second outer surface having a second
planar top side and a second planar bottom side to define a condensing section thickness extending the full length of the
condensing section, which is smaller than the vaporizing section thickness defined by the first top side and the first bottom
side of the first outer surface, and the second inner surface having at least a first side and a second side opposite to the
first side; the condensing section being internally provided along a part of its length with at least one second wick structure,
which is located between and connected to the first side and the second side of the second inner surface, so as to define
at least one second flow channel in the condensing section between the first and the second side; and the second flow channel
being communicable with the first flow channel;

wherein the reducing section has a reducing flow channel and a reducing section thickness, the reducing flow channel being
communicable with the first flow channel and the second flow channel, and the reducing section extends and reduces the thickness
from the vaporizing section thickness to the condensing section thickness.

US Pat. No. 9,071,100

CENTRIFUGAL HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE AND MOTOR USING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A motor with centrifugal heat dissipation device, comprising:
at least one shaft internally defining a hollow space and having a first end and an opposite second end; and the first and
second ends being communicable with the hollow space;

a centrifugal heat dissipation device including a main body having a shaft hole, a heat-absorption zone, and a heat-transfer
zone; the heat-transfer zone having a radially outer side connected to the heat-absorption zone and a radially inner side
connected to the shaft hole; the shaft hole axially extending through the main body, and the shaft being fitted in the shaft
hole;

at least one magnetic member being externally fitted around the main body of the centrifugal heat dissipation device; and
a housing being internally provided with a plurality of silicon steel sheets, which are located corresponding to but spaced
from the centrifugal heat dissipation device when the centrifugal heat dissipation device and the shaft are mounted in the
housing; and the housing having at least one end being an open end, to which a cap is connected to close the housing, wherein
the heat-absorption zone is radially outward extended from only a partial axial length of the heat-transfer zone, and defines
a first transverse surface and an opposite second transverse surface; and the magnetic member being in contact with one of
the first and the second transverse surface of the heat-absorption zone.

US Pat. No. 9,242,288

METHOD OF ASSEMBLING THERMAL MODULE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A method of assembling a thermal module, comprising steps of:
providing a U-shaped heat pipe and a second heat dissipation member, wherein the U-shaped heat pipe is received in a striking
device; and

aiming a section of the U-shaped heat pipe at a section of the second heat dissipation member, which section of the U-shaped
heat pipe is to be assembled with the section of the second heat dissipation member and driving the U-shaped heat pipe to
connect with the second heat dissipation member by means of striking the U-shaped heat pipe from the striking device into
the second heat dissipation member, the striking device serving to apply an action force to the U-shaped heat pipe to push
the U-shaped heat pipe out of the striking device, the action force being in the form of spring force, pneumatic force, hydraulic
force or explosion force.

US Pat. No. 9,225,272

CONTROL CIRCUIT FOR SPEED AND ROTATIONAL DIRECTION OF FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A control circuit for speed and rotational direction of a fan, including:
a signal conversion unit having an output end and an input end receiving an input signal, wherein the signal conversion unit
converts the input signal received by the input end into a DC level signal;

a processing unit, one end thereof electrically connected to the output end of the signal conversion unit, wherein the processing
unit determines to generate a plurality of control signals for the fan based on the received DC level signal and at least
one preset voltage therein; and

a drive unit electrically connected to the other end of the processing unit, wherein the drive unit has a plurality of switch
modules which drive and control the fan based on the corresponding received control signals, wherein the switch modules include:

a first switch module having a first end, a second end, a third end, a first transistor switch, and a second transistor switch,
wherein the first end transmits a received first control signal to the corresponding first transistor switch, wherein the
second end transmits a received second control signal to the corresponding second transistor switch;

a second switch module having a first end, a second end, a third end, a third transistor switch, and a fourth transistor switch,
wherein the first end of the second switch module transmits a received third control signal to the corresponding third transistor
switch, wherein the second end of the second switch module transmits a received fourth control signal to the corresponding
fourth transistor switch; and

a third switch module having a first end, a second end, a third end, a fifth transistor switch, and a sixth transistor switch,
wherein the first end of the third switch module transmits a received fifth control signal to the corresponding fifth transistor
switch, wherein the second end of the third switch module transmits a received sixth control signal to the corresponding sixth
transistor switch;

wherein the processing unit is a microprocessor;
wherein the processing unit has sixteen pins, wherein the third pin is connected to one end of a capacitor to provide an operating
voltage, wherein the fourth pin is connected to a ground reference and the other end of the capacitor, wherein the fifth pin
is connected to the first end of the second switch module to output the third control signal, wherein the sixth pin is connected
to the first end of the third switch module to output the fifth control signal, wherein the seventh pin is connected to the
second end of the second switch module to output the fourth control signal, wherein the eighth pin is connected the second
end of the third switch module to output the sixth control signal, wherein the 10th pin is connected to the output end of
the signal conversion unit to receive the DC level signal, wherein the 14th pin is connected to the first end of the first
switch module to output the first control signal, wherein the 16th pin is connected to the second end of the first switch
unit to output the second control signal.

US Pat. No. 9,057,381

COOLING FAN HAVING MAGNETICALLY POSITIONED SHAFT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An oil-retaining bearing fan structure comprising:
a fan base seat having a bearing cup on one side, the bearing cup having a receiving space and a bearing hole formed on an
inside wall of the bearing cup, at least one elongate magnetic member being enclosed in the receiving space of the bearing
cup the at least one elongate magnetic member being integral with and extending essentially along the length of the bearing
cup;

an oil-retaining bearing disposed in the bearing hole, the oil-retaining bearing having a shaft hole and one lateral side
of the oil-retaining bearing being attached to the elongate magnetic member;

a fan impeller having multiple blades and a shaft, the shaft being rotatably disposed in the shaft hole; and
wherein the bearing cup and elongate magnetic member extend essentially along the entire length of the shaft;
wherein a hydraulic layer is filled between the shaft and a wall of the shaft hole; and
wherein one side of the elongate magnetic member is correspondingly open to the bearing hole, and another side of the elongate
magnetic member is enclosed in the bearing cup.

US Pat. No. 9,366,892

TOUCH DISPLAY DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A touch display device comprising:
a case having a receiving space;
a liquid crystal display unit disposed in the receiving space of the case, the liquid crystal display unit having a display
surface with a single printed circuit layer directly coated on the display surface of the liquid crystal display unit, multiple
transmitters and multiple receivers being electrically connected on the printed circuit layer; and

a frame body without a circuit board mounted on the case to cover the printed circuit layer, a total thickness of the touch
display device being reduced.

US Pat. No. 9,353,761

OIL RETURN STRUCTURE FOR FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An oil return structure for fan, comprising:
a base having a bearing cup, which internally defines a receiving space;
a bearing being fitted in the receiving space of the bearing cup and provided with a centered and axially extended shaft hole
and a front end surface;

a retaining ring being immediately located on the front end surface of the bearing and before a front end of the bearing and
having a central hole; and

a rotor being mounted on the base, and including a hub and a shaft rearward extended from a center of the hub; the shaft being
extended through the central hole of the retaining ring into the shaft hole of the bearing, and being provided on an outer
surface at a position corresponding to the retaining ring with an annular groove, so that a step is formed at a juncture of
the annular groove and the outer surface of the shaft;

wherein the retaining ring has a flat upper surface and includes an annular stop portion in the form of a recess in the underside
of the retaining ring extended radially inward toward the shaft; and

wherein the annular groove defines a front stepped portion and a rear stepped portion located around a front and rear end
of the annular groove, respectively, and a gap is formed between the annular stop portion and the rear stepped portion.

US Pat. No. 9,244,504

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE FOR HAND-HELD MOBILE DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipation structure for hand-held mobile device, comprising a supporting body; the supporting body having a first
side and an opposite second side, and including at least one heat dissipation area, at where a heat dissipation element is
located; and
wherein the first side of the supporting body has at least one electronic element attached thereto and the second side of
the supporting body is attached to at least one case member; and wherein the heat dissipation element has a heat absorption
surface and an opposite heat dissipation surface; the heat absorption surface being in flat contact with at least one heat-producing
unit, and the heat dissipation surface being in flat contact with the case member.

US Pat. No. 9,057,387

SERIES FAN ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A series fan assembly structure comprising:
a first fan frame having a first plane face having a first side, a second side, a third side opposite to the first side and
a fourth side opposite to the second side, on the first side being disposed a first latch section having a first latch channel,
on the second side being disposed a second latch section having a second latch channel, on the third side being disposed a
first engagement recess, on the fourth side being disposed a second engagement recess, the first plane face being formed with
a first retainer section and a second retainer section; and

a second fan frame having a second plane face having a fifth side, a sixth side, a seventh side opposite to the fifth side
and an eighth side opposite to the sixth side, on the fifth side being disposed a third latch section having a third latch
channel, on the sixth side being disposed a fourth latch section having a fourth latch channel, on the seventh side being
disposed a third engagement recess, on the eighth side being disposed a fourth engagement recess, the second plane face being
formed with a third retainer section and a fourth retainer section, the first and second engagement recesses being respectively
connected with the third and fourth latch sections, while the first and second latch sections being respectively connected
with the third and fourth engagement recesses, the first and second retainer sections being respectively correspondingly connected
with the third and fourth retainer sections.

US Pat. No. 9,497,547

SPEAKER STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A speaker structure comprising:
a main body having a receiving section and a recess formed on an outer circumference of the receiving section, a center of
the main body being formed with a hole in communication with the receiving section;

a circuit board having a board body and an outer frame body outward extending from a periphery of the board body, the outer
frame body being inlaid in the recess of the main body, the circuit board having a first face and a second face opposite to
the first face; and

a magnetic component received in the hole, a voice coil collar being disposed around the magnetic component, one end of the
voice coil collar being connected to the second face of the circuit board, multiple windings being wound around a surface
of the voice coil collar, two ends of the windings being attached to the circuit board;

wherein a glass member is further disposed on the first face of the circuit board, the glass member being connected to the
circuit board, the glass member having a rigidity larger than that of the circuit board, whereby the glass member and the
circuit board of the speaker structure can high-frequency co-vibrate.

US Pat. No. 9,381,717

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE APPLIED TO MOBILE DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of heat dissipation structure applied to mobile device, comprising steps of:
providing a heat conduction main body and defining a heat dissipation side and a heat absorption side; wherein the heat conduction
main body is composed of a copper board body and an aluminum board body, which abut each other to form a layered surface,
the heat absorption side being disposed on one face of the copper board body, which face is opposite to an attaching face
of the copper board body in attachment to the aluminum board body, the heat dissipation side being disposed on one face of
the aluminum board body, which face is opposite to an attaching face of the aluminum board body in attachment to the copper
board body; and

forming a radiation heat dissipation layer on the heat dissipation side of the heat conduction main body; wherein the radiation
heat dissipation layer is formed with recessed/raised structure by means of shot peening.

US Pat. No. 9,366,291

METHOD FOR COMBINING BEARING AND SLEEVE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method for combining bearings and a sleeve, comprising the steps of:
providing a base having a sleeve, the sleeve having at least one generally centrally located accommodating portion;
disposing at least one bearing in the sleeve such that the perimeter thereof a buts the accommodating portion and contacting
the sleeve, the at least one bearing being accessible from outside the sleeve; and

providing a laser beam from outside of the sleeve to illuminate and melt a contact place between the perimeter of the bearing
and the sleeve by laser welding such that the bearing and the sleeve are combined firmly; wherein the laser welding is one
of spot welding and continuous welding.

US Pat. No. 9,247,034

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE AND HANDHELD ELECTRONIC DEVICE WITH THE HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A mid frame with heat dissipation applicable to a handheld electronic device, the handheld electronic device having a housing
in which a plurality of internal electronic components are arranged, the mid frame having a first face and a second face opposite
to the first face, a closed heat-dissipating chamber being defined between the first and second faces, a capillary structure
and a working fluid being disposed in the chamber, one of the first and second faces or both of the first and second faces
having a plurality of depression portions positioned to accommodate and directly contact a full area of corresponding internal
electronic components of the handheld electronic device.

US Pat. No. 9,157,442

FAN WITH INTEGRATED VIBRATION ABSORBING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan with integrated vibration absorbing structure, comprising:
a fan frame having a base and a first side wall, a second side wall, a third side wall, a fourth side wall formed around the
base, and a receiving space being defined in the first, second, third, fourth, upper and lower walls; the base being disposed
on the lower side wall;

a hub and blade assembly being arranged in the receiving space; and
at least one solid vibration absorber being provided, that projects outward from said frame;
wherein at least one of the first, second, third and fourth side walls is provided with at least one curved recess outside
the blade assembly between the upper wall and the lower wall; and

wherein said at least one vibration absorber is arranged in said at least one recess to project outward radially from contact
with an arcuate surface of said at least one recess in a direction away from the hub and blade assembly.

US Pat. No. 9,097,260

FAN BEARING RETAINING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan bearing retaining structure, comprising:
a base having a bearing cup projected from one side thereof, and the bearing cup internally defining an axial bore for receiving
a bearing therein; and

a ring member defining an opening therein, and being fitted around the bearing cup with an inner side of the opening tightly
contacting with an outer side of the bearing cup to apply and keep a radially inward compression to the axial bore;

wherein the bearing cup has a first end fixedly connected to a center of the base and a second end formed by axially and obliquely
outward extending from the center of the base; and the ring member being fitted around the bearing cup at the second end such
that the second end can keep a radially inward compression to the axial bore; and

wherein the first end of the bearing cup has an inner diameter smaller than that of the second end.

US Pat. No. 9,267,507

BLADE STRUCTURE FOR CENTRIFUGAL FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A blade structure for centrifugal fan, comprising:
a hub including at least one connection section, to a radially outer end of which an annular body is connected; and the annular
body including a first side and an opposite second side;

a first blade unit including a plurality of first blades arranged on and spaced along the first side of the annular body;
the first blades respectively having a first end and an opposite second end; the first end being a proximal end and corresponding
to the hub and further comprising a first recess; the second end being a distal end; a surface of the first blade being gradually
increased from the first end to the second end to define the first recess between the first and the second ends; any two adjacent
ones of the first blades together defining a first flow passage therebetween; a surface shape between the first end and the
first recess being a triangle; and a surface shape between the second end and the first recess being a rectangle and a notch
separating the triangle and the rectangle;

a second blade unit mounted in opposed relation to the first blade unit including a plurality of second blades arranged on
and spaced along the second side of the annular body; the second blades respectively having a third end and an opposite fourth
end; the third end being a proximal end corresponding to the hub and further comprising a second recess; the fourth end being
a distal end; a surface of the second blade being gradually increased from the third end to the fourth end to define the second
recess between the third and the fourth ends; any two adjacent ones of the second blades together defining a second flow passage
therebetween; a surface shape between the third end and the second recess being a triangle; a surface shape between the fourth
end and the second recess being a rectangle and a notch separating the triangle and the rectangle;

wherein in said opposed relation the first blades and the second blades define opposed recesses along opposite sides of the
annular body;

wherein the first blade unit radially outward extends from the annular body by a length, which is shorter than a length by
which the second blade unit radially outward extends from the annular body;

wherein the first and second blades are curved along the length thereof; and
wherein the first ends of the first blades and the third ends of the second blades are arranged along the annular body in
staggered relation, and the first blades of the first blade unit on the first side of the annular body and the second blades
of the second blade unit on the second side of the annular body are arranged in staggered relation.

US Pat. No. 9,226,067

FAN ACTIVE NOISE SELF-LOWERING SYSTEM

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan active noise self-lowering system comprising:
a fan including a frame body, a bearing cup and a fan impeller, the fan impeller having a magnetic shaft and multiple blades,
one end of the magnetic shaft being affixed to a center of the fan impeller, the frame body having a receiving space, the
bearing cup being disposed at a center of the receiving space, the bearing cup having a bearing hole, at least one bearing
being disposed in the bearing hole and rotatably connected with the other end of the magnetic shaft;

a push assembly including a push winding assembly received in the bearing hole in adjacency to the bearing for inductive magnetization
with the magnetic shaft so as to push the magnetic shaft to axially move up and down, whereby the fan impeller generates a
reverse sonic wave to offset the noise made by the fan;

at least one pickup unit disposed on the frame body, the pickup unit serving to capture the noise made by the fan to generate
a noise input signal; and

a digital signal processing unit, one end of the digital signal processing unit being electrically connected to the pickup
unit, while the other end of the digital signal processing unit being electrically connected to the push winding assembly,
the digital signal processing unit receiving and processing the noise input signal to output a control signal for controlling
the push winding assembly to operate.

US Pat. No. 9,057,486

OPTICAL TOUCH DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An optical touch device comprising multiple optical touch modules and multiple L-shaped connection boards, which are assembled
to form a frame body, each optical touch module including:
an LED circuit board having a first top face and a first bottom face, multiple LED components being disposed on the first
top face, the first bottom face having multiple first connectors; and

a control circuit board positioned under the LED circuit board, the control circuit board having a second top face and a second
bottom face, the second top face facing the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and having at least one second connector
correspondingly in adaptation to the first connectors, the second bottom face having at least one third connector, each L-shaped
connection board having a third top face facing the second bottom face of the control circuit board, the third top face of
the L-shaped connection board having at least one fourth connector correspondingly in adaptation to the third connector, the
L-shaped connection board being positioned under two adjacent control circuit boards, the first and second connectors being
vertically mated with each other and the third and fourth connectors being also vertically mated with each other, whereby
the control circuit board is connected under the LED circuit board and the L-shaped connection board is connected under the
control circuit board, a height gap existing between the LED circuit board and the control circuit board, whereby a space
is positioned between correspondingly overlapping sections of the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and the second
top face of the control circuit board, the first and second connectors being positioned in the space.

US Pat. No. 9,367,105

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE FOR WEARABLE MOBILE DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure for a wearable mobile device, comprising:
a wearable mobile device having a receiving space which receives a plurality of electronic components, wherein the electronic
components have at least one heat source; and

a flexible belt made of rubber or silicone, wherein the flexible belt has a cavity which is filled with a working liquid and
protrudes to form a supporting portion, wherein a wall of the cavity has at least one wick structure, wherein the flexible
belt defines a heat absorbing portion and at least one heat dissipating portion, wherein two ends of the heat absorbing portion
form the heat dissipating portion, wherein the heat absorbing portion contacts the electronic components or the heat source
to conduct heat.

US Pat. No. 9,074,823

THERMAL SIPHON STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal siphon structure comprising:
a main body;
a chamber disposed in the main body;
a lower layer comprising an evaporation section arranged in the chamber on one side thereof, the evaporation section having
multiple spaced, continuous first flow guide sections, each of the first flow guide sections having multiple serially arranged
first flow guide bodies, each of the first flow guide bodies being transversely arranged at spaced intervals to define between
adjacent pairs of guide bodies a plurality of first flow ways, the first flow ways having a horizontal shape having a continuous
series of sections, each having a first narrower end and a first wider end, the first wider end of each first flow way section
corresponding to the first narrower end of another separate adjacent first flow way section, an end of each series of first
flow ways communicating with at least one open area and a guide section comprising a pair of symmetrical opposed guide portions
including a first guide portion and a second guide portion, wherein the first guide portion and the second guide portion are
generally V-shaped structures, located between the first flow guide bodies and the at least one open area and extend from
the two opposite walls of the chamber toward a center so as to form a narrowed necked opening between the evaporation sections
and the open area, the guide portions containing a plurality of spaced members aligned parallel to the walls of the chamber;

an upper layer comprising a condensation section arranged in the chamber on the other side thereof opposite to the evaporation
section, the condensation section having multiple second flow guide sections, each of the second flow guide sections having
multiple second flow guide bodies, the second flow guide bodies being transversely arranged at spaced intervals to define
between adjacent pairs of guide bodies a plurality of second flow ways, the second flow ways having a series of sections each
having a second narrower end and a second wider end, the second wider end of each second flow way section corresponding to
the second narrower end of another adjacent second flow way section; and

a connection section arranged between and separating said upper layer and said lower layer the evaporation section and the
condensation section in the chamber, the connection section having a set of first communication holes and a set of second
communication holes in communication with the evaporation section and the condensation section respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,291,398

MICRO VAPOR CHAMBER

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A micro vapor chamber, configured to cooperate with at least one heat source and including:
a first plate having a first side surface and a second side surface, the first side surface having at least one condensing
region, the condensing region having a plurality of first protrusions; and

a second plate having a third side surface and a fourth side surface, the third side surface being located to cover the first
side surface, the third side surface having a plurality of liquid-collecting regions and at least one evaporating region,
the liquid collecting regions being located outside of the evaporating region, the evaporating region and the liquid collecting
regions having a plurality of unevenly spaced second protrusions having uniform flat surfaces, the fourth side surface being
adhered to the heat source;

wherein the condensing region further has a central first condensing portion flanked by sections of a second condensing portion,
located on both sides of the central first condensing portion;

wherein the central first condensing portion and the sections of the second condensing portion are constituted of said first
protrusions;

wherein said first protrusions are separated and have a spaced rounded surface giving them a height and the height of the
first protrusions in the sections of the second condensing portion gradually increases from outer regions toward the central
first condensing portion;

wherein the height of the first protrusions in the central first condensing portion is uniform and higher than any of the
protrusions in the second condensing portion; and

wherein the liquid-collecting regions and the evaporating region have a plurality of channels which are defined by a plurality
of second protrusions, wherein one end of each second protrusion is a free end and each second protrusion corresponds to two
channels.

US Pat. No. 9,352,380

THERMAL MODULE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of a thermal module, comprising steps of: providing a metal board and at least one heat conduction
member;
primarily punching the metal board to form a first clamping arm and a second clamping arm;
secondarily punching the metal board to form a retainer member with a predetermined profile; and
placing the heat conduction member on one face of the formed retainer member and applying a force to the first and second
clamping arms to bend the first and second clamping arms toward the heat conduction member to tightly hold two lateral sides
of the heat conduction member between the first and second clamping arms and connect the heat conduction member with the retainer
member, such that a top side of the heat conduction member is flush with or above top ends of the first and second damping
arms, and the top side of the conduction member contacts a heat source directly.

US Pat. No. 9,152,912

SMART CARD CAPABLE OF INDEPENDENTLY DISPLAYING INFORMATION

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A smart card capable of independently displaying information, the smart card being wirelessly connectable to an external
interface, the smart card comprising:
a main body;
an antenna module disposed on the main body and including a first antenna and a second antenna, the first antenna serving
only to receive only a first electromagnetic wave transmitted from the external interface, the second antenna serving to receive/transmit
a second electromagnetic wave, and the first electromagnetic wave received by the first antenna having a frequency different
from that of the second electromagnetic wave received by the second antenna;

an electronic paper disposed on the main body;
a drive member disposed in the main body and electrically connected to the electronic paper and the first antenna, according
to the received first electromagnetic wave, the drive member controls the electronic paper to display information associated
with the first electromagnetic wave directly;

a radio frequency identification chip disposed in the main body and electrically connected to the second antenna for receiving/transmitting
the second electromagnetic wave, the radio frequency identification chip being isolated from the drive member, wherein the
first electromagnetic wave contains a graphic signal and electrical energy, by means of the electrical energy and the graphic
signal, the drive member driving the electronic paper to display the information; and

wherein electrical energy of the first electromagnetic wave received by the first antenna is used to operate the smart card
mechanically.

US Pat. No. 9,353,996

PRESSURE DIFFERENCE DRIVEN HEAT SPREADER

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A pressure difference driven heat spreader, comprising:
a main body;
a chamber being defined in the main body;
a lower vaporizing section being arranged in the chamber, and including a plurality of first flow-guiding portions and a guiding
portion; the first flow-guiding portions each being formed from a plurality of arrayed and spaced first flow-guiding members,
such that at least one first flow passage is formed between any two adjacent first flow-guiding members; the first flow passages
each having at least one end being a free end communicating with a free zone; the guiding portion having a first guiding member
and a second guiding member; the first and second generally V-shaped guiding members being located between the first flow-guiding
members and the free zone and extended respectively from two lateral walls of the chamber toward a center to define a necked
opening; and the necked opening being positioned between the vaporizing section and the free zone;

an upper condensing section being arranged in the chamber opposite to the vaporizing section, and including a plurality of
second flow-guiding portions; the second flow-guiding portions each being formed from a plurality of arrayed and spaced second
flow-guiding members, such that at least one second flow passage is formed between any two adjacent second flow-guiding members;

an interconnecting section comprising a member arranged between the vaporizing section and the condensing section to divide
the vaporizing section and the condensing section into two independent sections at two sides of the interconnecting section,
respectively, said member including at least one set of first communicating holes near a first end thereof and at least one
set of second communicating holes near a second end thereof; and the sets of first and second communicating holes being respectively
disposed in the free end and the free zone, and communicating the vaporizing section with the condensing section; and

a working fluid, wherein the working fluid in the first flow passages of the vaporizing section is heated, and part of the
working fluid boils and becomes vaporized to produce vapor bubbles, then when the vapor bubbles become overheated and produce
pressure, the structure of the interconnecting section causes the working fluid to be pushed by the pressure toward and into
the condensing section to release heat and condense, finally, the condensed working fluid is caused to flow back to the vaporizing
section via a low pressure zone of the condensing section communicating with the vaporizing section to complete a continuous
circulation path.

US Pat. No. 9,109,605

FAN IMPELLER STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan impeller structure comprising:
a base seat made of metal material and having multiple locating slots at one side, a center of the base seat being formed
with a hub section;

multiple blades disposed on one side of the base seat, each blade having a main body made of plastic material and at least
one fixing member made of metal material, the at least one fixing member being fixed in the corresponding locating slots and
further disposed on and attached to two end faces of the main body, and not protruding from the two end faces of the main
body; and

a ring member made of metal material and disposed on the other side of the blades;
the ring member further having multiple fixed slots formed in position where the fixing members are fixed; wherein the fixing
members are attached to the multiple locating slots and the fixing slots.

US Pat. No. 9,453,688

HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation unit comprising:
a housing having a first chamber, a first capillary structure being disposed in the first chamber, a first working fluid being
contained in the first chamber, multiple support posts and multiple fixing members being disposed in the first chamber, the
support posts being supported in the first chamber, and each fixing member having a height shorter than each support post;
and

a heat pipe disposed in the first chamber and passing through the housing to extend out of the housing, the heat pipe having
a second chamber, a heat absorption section and a heat dissipation section extending from the heat absorption section, a second
capillary structure being disposed in the second chamber, a second working fluid being contained in the second chamber, the
second working fluid not communicating with the first working fluid, the heat absorption section being positioned in the first
chamber of the housing and retained by the fixing members, the heat dissipation section being positioned outside the first
chamber of the housing and exposed to a surrounding of the housing:

wherein each fixing member has a free end in contact with the heat absorption section of the heat pipe to securely support
the heat absorption section of the heat pipe in the first chamber.

US Pat. No. 9,388,811

MICROPUMP STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A micropump structure comprising: at least one drive unit; a main body having a generally flat round structural shape and
comprising, on a common plane, a water room and a drive unit receiving space, the main body having an inlet and an outlet
being disposed in an arrangement and in an opposed relation such that an axis of the inlet is disposed at a generally perpendicular
angle relative to an axis of the outlet about a circumference of the main body in communication with the water room, the drive
unit receiving space being formed at one end of the main body opposite to the water room and having a first closed side and
a first open side, the drive unit receiving space and the water room being independent from each other without communicating
with each other, wherein the entire drive unit is disposed in the drive unit receiving space and surrounded by the water room,
wherein a partition wall is provided between the drive unit and the water room, the partition wall having a closed bottom
side; a water room partitioning board in the form of an annulus disposed in the water room to divide the water room into independent
separate spaces including at least one water incoming section and at least one water discharging section; at least one pump
impeller disposed in the water room opposite to the drive unit and corresponding to the drive unit and having multiple blades;
a first cover body being mated with the first open side to close the drive unit receiving space; wherein the inlet is disposed
at a location axially above the outlet relative to a rotation axis of the pump impeller; wherein the inlet and the outlet
respectively communicate with the water incoming section and the water discharging section; wherein the inlet communicates
with the water incoming section via at least one water incoming passage; and wherein the water room further has at least one
water reservoir formed at root sections of the pump impeller; wherein the water room partitioning board is disposed at a location
axially above the impeller blades relative to the rotation axis; and wherein the water incoming section is disposed axially
above the water room partitioning board and the water reservoir is disposed axially below the water room partitioning board:
and wherein the water room partitioning board guides incoming fluid to flow axially downward toward the impeller.

US Pat. No. 9,131,627

HEAT DISSIPATING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipating structure, for use in cooling a casing containing electronics comprising:
an electronic equipment casing having a first opening and a second opening; and
an electrical power-free heat-dissipating device being a self-rotating portion heat-dissipating fan and located exteriorly
at the first opening of the electronic equipment casing, said electrical power-free heat-dissipating device enabling an air
stream to be one of expelled from and introduced into the electronic equipment casing, so as to cause the electrical power-free
heat-dissipating device to rotate, and cause the air stream one of inside and outside the electronic equipment casing to be
one of expelled from and introduced into the electronic equipment casing via one of the first opening and the second opening;

wherein the first opening is formed on an upper side of the electronic equipment casing, and the second opening is formed
on a rear side of the electronic equipment casing wherein the electrical power-free heat-dissipating device further comprises:

a rotating portion shaped like a hollow drum, comprising a plurality of strips, and formed with a receptive opening below,
the strips being circumferentially disposed, equidistantly spaced, and partially open; a bladed fan disposed in the rotating
portion and near the opening of the rotating portion, comprising a plurality of blades, and centrally formed with an aperture;
and a fixed portion with an end extendingly formed with an axle penetratably disposed in the aperture of the bladed fan so
as to be pivotally coupled to the rotating portion.

US Pat. No. 9,074,824

LOW-PROFILE HEAT TRANSFER DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A low-profile heat transfer device, comprising:
a main body defining an inner space and extending from a first end to an opposite second end, and the first end defined as
a vaporizing zone, the second end defined as a condensing zone; and

a single wick structure provided in the inner space of the main body, such that the wick structure and the main body together
define a first channel and a second channel in the inner space; and the wick structure also extends in the inner space from
the vaporizing zone first end toward the condensing zone second end;

wherein the wick structure has a first section located at the vaporizing zone and a second section located at the condensing
zone, the first section being provided with at least one expanded portion, and the expanded portion sidewardly protruding
from at least one lateral side of the wick structure into the at least one channel, so that a volume of the first section
of the wick structure is larger than a volume of the second section of the wick structure;

wherein the inner space in the main body is enclosed by a first sidewall, a second sidewall opposite to the first sidewall,
a third sidewall, and a fourth sidewall opposite to the third sidewall;

wherein the inner space has a working fluid filled therein;
wherein the wick structure has a first side, a second side opposite to the first side, a third side, and a fourth side opposite
to the third side; the first and the second side of the wick structure being in contact with the first sidewall and the second
sidewall, respectively, the third side of the wick structure and the third sidewall together defining the first channel therebetween,
and the fourth side of the wick structure and the fourth sidewall together defining the second channel therebetween; and

wherein the expanded portion sidewardly protrudes from the third and the fourth side of the wick structure into the first
and the second channel, respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,169,856

FASTENING STRUCTURE FOR THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fastening structure connecting a longitudinally extending thermal module to a mainboard, the thermal module comprising
a plurality of transverse radiating fins arranged along a length thereof, a bottom surface disposed on the mainboard, and
an opposing top surface comprising a recess, the fastening structure comprising:
opposing first and second body sections, wherein:
the first body section comprises a fastening portion for connecting the fastening structure to the mainboard, and
the second body section comprises:
an elastic press portion adjacent the first body section and comprising opposing elastic press arms extending upwardly therefrom,
and a flexible space between the elastic press arms defined by a longitudinal slot; and

an insertion unit distal to the first body section and comprising first and second insertion sections on either side of the
flexible space, each insertion section comprising a stop section extending laterally from an outer side thereof;

wherein in an insertion position, the elastic press arms are deflected inwardly into the flexible space, thereby allowing
the insertion unit to be inserted longitudinally into the recess in the thermal module, and

wherein in a locked position, the elastic press arms are released within the recess such that the stop sections engage with
passages defined between inner surfaces of two adjacent radiating fins, thereby preventing longitudinal removal of the fastening
structure from the thermal module.

US Pat. No. 9,065,313

CENTRIFUGAL HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE AND MOTOR USING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A motor with centrifugal heat dissipation device, comprising:
at least one shaft internally defining a hollow space and having a first end and an opposite second end; and the first and
second ends being communicable with the hollow space;

a centrifugal heat dissipation device including a main body having a shaft hole, a heat-absorption zone, and a heat-transfer
zone; the heat-transfer zone having a radially outer side connected to the heat-absorption zone and a radially inner side
connected to the shaft hole; the shaft hole axially extending through the main body, and the shaft being fitted in the shaft
hole;

a plurality of silicon steel sheets being externally fitted around the main body of the centrifugal heat dissipation device;
and

a housing being internally provided with a magnetic member, which is located corresponding to but spaced from the silicon
steel sheets when the centrifugal heat dissipation device and the shaft are mounted in the housing; and the housing having
at least one end being an open end, to which a cap is connected to close the housing, wherein the heat-absorption zone is
radially outward extended from only a partial axial length of the heat-transfer zone, and defines a first transverse surface
and an opposite second transverse surface; and the silicon steel sheets being in contact with one of the first and the second
transverse surface of the heat-absorption zone.

US Pat. No. 9,354,003

HEAT SINK FASTENING DEVICE AND THERMAL MODULE ASSEMBLY USING SAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat sink fastening device, comprising:
an operating member including a cylindrical cam portion and a switch portion radially outward extended from an outer surface
of the cam portion; the cam portion having an upper end and a lower end; the upper end being formed into a pair of cam surfaces,
each of the cam surfaces having two opposite ends respectively formed with a high-point notch and a low-point notch; and the
cam surfaces being respectively extended from the low-point notch to the high-point notch in an upward slope;

a mounting ring being mounted in the cam portion and internally defining an axial bore;
a retaining member being axially extended through the cam portion and having an upper end and a lower end; the upper end being
provided with at least one pivot hole, and the lower end being downward extended to form a retaining portion, which is provided
with at least one engaging hole; and the upper end of the retaining member being upward extended through the axial bore of
the mounting ring to the upper end of the cam portion;

an elastic element being received in the cam portion and located below the mounting ring to fit on around the lower end of
the retaining member; and

a pivot shaft being located on the upper end of the cam portion and rotatably received in the at least one pivot hole formed
at the upper end of the retaining member; and the pivot shaft having a first end portion and a second end portion being separately
rested on the pair of cam surfaces; and

wherein the switch portion of the operating member can be horizontally pulled from one position to another position to rotate
the cam portion about an axis thereof, so that the cam surfaces are brought to rotate at the same time, causing the first
end portion and the second end portion of the pivot shaft to move along the cam surfaces from the high-point notches to the
low-point notches or vice versa, which in turn brings the retaining member to move downward or upward in the direction of
the axis of the cam portion.

US Pat. No. 9,169,859

FASTENING STRUCTURE FOR THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. [A] fastening structure connecting a longitudinally extending thermal module to a mainboard, the thermal module comprising
a plurality of transverse radiating fins arranged along a length thereof, a bottom surface disposed on the mainboard, and
opposing top surface comprising a recess, the fastening structure comprising:
opposing first and second body sections, wherein:
the first body section comprises a fastening portion for connecting the fastening structure to the mainboard, and
the second body section comprises:
an insertion unit distal to the first body section; and
an opening adjacent the first body section, wherein an elastic press portion is connected to the second body section and is
resiliently pivotable within the opening, and the elastic press portion comprises:

a plurality of raised portions on a top side of a first end thereof; and
a retainer on a bottom side of a second end thereof
wherein in an insertion position, the raised portions are pushed toward the opening, thereby resiliently pivoting the second
end of the elastic press portion to lift the retainer out of the opening, such that the insertion unit can be inserted longitudinally
into the recess in the thermal module, and

wherein in a locked position, the elastic press arm is released within the opening such that the retainer is positioned within
the opening and engages with a passage defined between two adjacent radiating fins, thereby preventing longitudinal removal
of the fastening structure.

US Pat. No. 9,121,646

HEAT-DISSIPATION UNIT COATED WITH OXIDATION-RESISTANT NANO THIN FILM AND METHOD OF DEPOSITING THE OXIDATION-RESISTANT NANO THIN FILM THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of depositing oxidation-resistant nano thin film on heat-dissipation unit, comprising the following steps:
providing a heat-dissipation unit;
forming at least one nano thickness coating on a surface of the heat-dissipation unit under vacuum; wherein the at least one
nano thickness coating has a thickness of 1 nm to 100 nm,

supplying a reduction gas into a high-temperature environment having a temperature ranging between 600° C. and 1000° C. to
perform a heat treatment and a reduction process and thereafter a diffusion reaction and a reduction-oxidation reaction occurs
between the reduction gas and the heat-dissipation unit and the nano thickness coating on the surface of the heat-dissipation
unit wherein the reduction as is selected from the group consisting of H2S, H2, CO, and NH3; and

forming a nano thickness thin film of a metal compound selected from the group consisting of nitride, carbide, sulfide and
oxide on the heat-dissipation unit by completing the heat treatment, the reduction process, the diffusion reaction, and the
reduction-oxidation reaction.

US Pat. No. 9,170,058

HEAT PIPE HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat pipe heat dissipation structure including a main body, the main body comprising: a chamber with a cylindrical section
and an inner wall face; a working fluid disposed within the chamber; an evaporation section; a condensation section; and,
a first capillary structure disposed within the chamber along the whole inner wall face and having at least one swelling capillary
section, the at least one swelling capillary section extending from the first capillary structure and disposed solely within
the evaporation section, wherein the at least one swelling capillary section has a free end extending radially from a part
of the first capillary structure between the evaporation section and the condensation section within the chamber.

US Pat. No. 9,127,688

FAN AND BEARING COOLING STRUCTURE THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A bearing cooling structure applied to a bearing having a bottom face, the bearing cooling structure comprising:
a metal base seat having a raised section protruding from a center of the metal base seat, an extension section extending
from an inner surface of the raised section, the raised section and the extension section being parts of a unitary structure,
the extension section having a free end and an upper surface; and

a plastic bearing cup having a bottom section enclosing the raised section, whereby the plastic bearing cup is fixed on the
metal base seat, a top end of the plastic bearing cup upward extending from the bottom section, the top end being higher than
the raised section, the plastic bearing cup having an inner circumference defining a bearing hole extending from the top end
to the bottom section, wherein the extension section extends toward a center of the plastic bearing cup, the free end and
the upper surface of the extension section being positioned in the bearing hole, the bearing being received in the bearing
hole and disposed on the extension section, the bottom face of the bearing being in direct contact with the upper surface
of the extension section, wherein an outer diameter of the raised section is larger than an outer diameter of the bearing;

wherein the raised section is a hollow tubular section, the extension section extends perpendicularly from a free end of the
raised section toward a center of the hollow tubular section, and the upper surface of the extension section, a top surface
of the raised section and a bottom surface of the bearing are all coplanar.

US Pat. No. 9,077,929

PORTABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE BASED USER-DEFINABLE REMOTE-CONTROL INTERFACE SYSTEM AND OPERATING METHOD THEREOF WITH A DISPLAY AND INPUT UNIT ADAPTED TO SHOW AN INTERFACE ALLOCATION INFORMATION MAP, THE MAP BEING DIVIDED INTO A PLURA

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A portable electronic device based user-definable remote-control interface system, comprising:
a network platform having a plurality of built-in remote-control codes stored thereat; and
a portable electronic device being wirelessly linked to the network platform and including:
a display and input unit adapted to show an interface allocation information map; the interface allocation information map
being divided into a plurality of sub-areas, each of which can be defined as one of an object and a button; any sub-area from
the plurality of sub-areas defined as a button being assigned with some attributes, according to which the portable electronic
device searches the network platform for one of the built-in remote-control codes from the plurality of built-in remote-control
codes that corresponds to the attributes assigned to the button and downloads the corresponding built-in remote-control code,
any sub-area defined as an object being only a name of a remotely controllable device and does not correspond to any of the
built-in remote-control codes from the plurality of built-in remote-control codes, and is used to identify and distinguish
a selected device;

a storage unit electrically connected to the display and input unit for storing the interface allocation information map and
each downloaded built-in remote-control code; and

a processing unit electrically connected to the display and input unit as well as the storage unit, and relating each downloaded
and stored built-in remote-control code to its corresponding button;

a wireless transceiver module separable and electrically docked with the portable electronic device, the wireless transceiver
module including a case, a sleeve or a barrel provided with a connector and a transmitting element, the connector correspondingly
engaging with a mating connector provided on the portable electronic device; and

wherein the interface allocation information map integrates and shows remote control information of a variety of remotely
controllable devices.

US Pat. No. 9,054,076

HEAT-DISSIPATING ASSEMBLY AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method for manufacturing a heat-dissipating assembly, including steps of:
providing a base having a top side and a bottom side and formed with an accommodating trough and a plurality of through-holes,
at least one heat pipe and a combining unit, the accommodating trough provided on one of the top side and the bottom side
of the base and having at least one receiving hole extending from the accommodating trough to penetrate the base, each of
the plurality of through-holes being provided on at least one of a front and a back side of the base and in communication
with the accommodating trough, the combining unit having at least one penetration hole;

disposing one end of the heat pipe through one of the through-holes on the front side, one of the through-holes on the back
side of the base, and into the accommodating trough, covering the combining unit toward the top side of the base and onto
the accommodating trough and the heat pipe;

disposing a combination of the base, the heat pipe and the combining unit into a mold having a molding cavity; and
pouring a molten plastic material in one side of the combining unit using the at least one penetration hole by an injection
molding step, and firmly combining the heat pipe, the base and the combining unit when the molten plastic material is cooled
and hardened;

wherein the at least one heat pipe does not penetrate the top and bottom sides of the base and the combining unit.

US Pat. No. 9,986,661

WATER COOLING HEAT RADIATION DEVICE AND MODULE THEREOF

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A water cooling heat radiation device, comprising:a body structure, which is composed of a plurality of laminations; each the lamination having a plurality of radial spaced extended portions and at least one spiral raised portion; the radial extended portions radially connected to the spiral raised portion; the laminations being stacked to one another to form the body structure, such that the stacked radial extended portions and the stacked spiral raised portion respectively form a plurality of radiation fins and a spiral flow passage, which having a water inlet and a water outlet, respectively, provided on two ends thereof;
a top sheet body being correspondingly located above the body structure to secure a top side of the spiral flow passage of the body structure and having a water inlet part, in which a water inlet being located;
a bottom sheet body being correspondingly located below the body structure to secure a bottom side of the spiral flow passage of the body structure; and
a water pump being located in the water inlet part and having a plurality of fan blades.

US Pat. No. 10,021,775

CIRCUIT BOARD AND FAN FRAME CONNECTION STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A circuit board and fan frame connection structure comprising:a fan frame including a bottom board, a bearing cup and multiple perforations, the bottom board having an upper surface and a lower surface opposite to the upper surface, the bearing cup being disposed at a center of the bottom board, the perforations being formed through the bottom board between the upper and lower surfaces;
a circuit board disposed outside the fan frame, the circuit board having a circuit board main body and multiple electronic components, the circuit board main body facing the lower surface of the bottom board, the electronic components being arranged on the circuit board main body; and
an adhesive member adhered to the lower surface of the bottom board and the circuit board main body and positioned between the bottom board of the fan frame and the circuit board main body, the adhesive member having multiple through holes formed through the adhesive member in alignment with and in communication with the perforations, the electronic components passing through the aligned through holes and perforations.

US Pat. No. 10,021,813

THERMAL MODULE ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A thermal module assembling structure comprising:a heat sink having a base seat and multiple radiating fins disposed on the base seat, at least one perforation being formed on each of two opposite sides of the base seat;
two leaf springs, the heat sink being correspondingly assembled on the leaf springs;
at least one engagement post disposed on each leaf spring corresponding to a respective perforation and having a main body with two ends of the main body defining respectively a fixed end connected with the leaf spring and a free end;
holding members, each holding member being slidably capped on the a respective engagement post with the engagement post inlaid in the holding member, the holding member having a first end which, when provided with an external force, shifts the first end upward and downward and a second end formed with a socket having an internal receiving space, a raised section being formed in the receiving space of the holding member, the free end of the respective engagement post being inlaid in the receiving space and connectable with the raised section; and
a shaft rod passing through the heat sink, two ends of the shaft rod being respectively connected with one of the holding members.

US Pat. No. 9,476,655

THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module comprising:
a base seat having a raised section raised from a middle section of the base seat having first and second extensions extending
each outward of opposite sides of the middle raised section; and

a separate heat dissipation unit including multiple radiating fins, a recess corresponding to the raised section of the base
seat, the recess being formed in a middle section on one side of the heat dissipation unit partially surrounded on opposite
sides by first and second exposed bottom portions of the multiple radiating fins, wherein the one side of the heat dissipation
unit faces the base seat, the raised section being inserted in and connected to the recess;

wherein an inner end of the recess is formed with at least one lateral protrusion extended toward an opposite end of the recess
and at least one end of the raised section is formed with groove corresponding to the protrusion, the protrusion being inserted
in and connected to the groove; and

wherein the first and second extensions each having a contact surface in direct contact with one of the first and second exposed
bottom portions of the multiple radiating fins.

US Pat. No. 9,435,348

FAN STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan structure comprising:
an upper cover having a first opening;
a fan frame body, the upper cover being correspondingly mated with the fan frame body to together define a receiving space,
a wind outlet being formed on one side of the fan frame body;

a bearing cup selectively formed on the upper cover or the fan frame body and protruding from the upper cover or the fan frame
body, the bearing cup having an open end and a closed end;

a bearing disposed in the bearing cup, the bearing having a first end, a second end and a shaft hole, the shaft hole passing
through the bearing in communication with the first and second ends;

a stator assembly fitted around the bearing cup;
a hub having multiple blades outward extending from the hub, each blade having a first side and a second side, the first side
being spaced from the upper cover by a first distance and a ring attached to an outer portion of the first side of the blades;
and

a shaft rod having a connection end and a protruding end, the connection end being connected with the hub, the protruding
end passing through the shaft hole and protruding from the second end of the bearing to abut against the closed end of the
bearing cup and define a second distance, the first distance being smaller than the second distance;

wherein a junction between the shaft hole and the first end of the bearing is formed with a first guide angle and a junction
between the shaft hole and the second end of the bearing is formed with a second guide angle, the protruding end of the shaft
rod being formed with a third guide angle, a distance from a section of the shaft rod, where the second guide angle is positioned
to the third guide angle of the protruding end of the shaft rod being defined as the second distance;

wherein a wear plate is disposed at the closed end of the bearing cup; and
wherein a second magnetic body is disposed next to one side of the wear plate, said side is distal from the shaft rod.

US Pat. No. 9,429,369

THERMAL MODULE STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A thermal module structure, comprising:
a base being formed on one face with a plurality of channels having a closed bottom portion and an open top portion and at
least one coupling hole located at a position corresponding to the open top portion of the channel and located within a rabbet;
and

at least one locating member being fitted above the channel and having at least one coupling post corresponding to the at
least one coupling hole; and

wherein the base is formed at a position corresponding to the at least one coupling hole with the rabbet located in a front
section of the module extending beyond the channels in a lateral direction, but terminating prior to reaching side edges of
the module, the channels being recessed in the rabbet,

wherein the at least one coupling post of the locating member is engaged with the at least one coupling hole, such that the
at least one locating member is fitted in the rabbet on the base,

wherein a plurality of surfaces exist in between the open top portion of the channels for separating said channels and providing
at least one front hole proximate the front section and at least one rear hole opposite the at least one front hole,

wherein the at least one front and rear hole have a diameter smaller that a diameter of the at least one coupling hole, and
the locating member is correspondingly provided with at least one through hole that aligns with one of said front holes and
one of the at least one coupling holes when assembled,

wherein some through holes on the locating member extend through the coupling posts and communicate with coupling holes, and
wherein an adhesive is provided in the at least one through hole, at least one coupling hole and the at least one front hole
to form an adhesive layer and band the structure together.

US Pat. No. 9,169,858

FASTENING STRUCTURE FOR THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fastening structure connecting a longitudinally extending thermal module to a mainboard, the thermal module comprising
a plurality of transverse radiating fins arranged along a length thereof, a bottom surface disposed on the mainboard, an opposing
top surface, and opposing side surfaces each comprising a recess, the fastening structure comprising:
opposing first and second body sections, wherein:
the first body section comprises a fastening portion for connecting the fastening structure to the mainboard, and
the second body section comprises:
an elastic press portion adjacent the first body section and comprising opposing elastic press arms extending upwardly therefrom,
and a flexible space between the elastic press arms defined by a longitudinal slot; and

an insertion unit distal to the first body section and comprising first and second insertion sections on either side of the
flexible space, each insertion section comprising a stop section extending laterally inward from an outer edge thereof;

wherein in an insertion position, the elastic press arms are deflected outwardly away from the flexible space, thereby allowing
the insertion unit to be slid longitudinally over the to surface with the insertion sections aligned with the recesses in
the opposing side surfaces of the thermal module, and

wherein in a locked position, the elastic press arms are released such that the stop sections engage with passages defined
between two adjacent radiating fins, thereby preventing longitudinal removal of the fastening structure from the thermal module.

US Pat. No. 9,169,857

FASTENING STRUCTURE FOR THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fastening structure connecting a longitudinally extending thermal module to a mainboard, the thermal module comprising
a plurality of transverse radiating fins arranged along a length thereof, a bottom surface disposed on the mainboard, an opposing
top surface, and opposing side surfaces each comprising a recess, the fastening structure comprising:
a first body section disposed on the mainboard and comprising a fastening portion for connecting the fastening structure to
the mainboard;

a second body section extending away from the mainboard, the second body section comprising:
a lower end connected to the first body section and an upper end opposite the lower end;
an opening between the upper and lower ends; and
an elastic press arm connected to the second body section that is resiliently pivotable within the opening, the elastic press
portion comprising:

a plurality of raised portions on an outer side of a first end thereof, and
a retainer on an inner side of a second end thereof; and
a third body section connected to the upper end of the second body section and extending over the top surface of the thermal
module, the third body section comprising opposing first and second insertion sections on a bottom side of the third body
section, each insertion section extending laterally inward;

wherein in an unlocked position, the raised portions are pushed toward the opening, thereby resiliently pivoting the second
end of the elastic press arm to move the retainer out of the opening, such that first and second insertion structures can
engage within the recesses in the side surfaces of the thermal module, and

wherein in a locked position, the elastic press arm is released within the opening such that the retainer is positioned within
the opening and engages with a passage defined between two adjacent radiating fins, thereby longitudinally locking the fastening
structure with the thermal module.

US Pat. No. 10,104,807

THERMAL MODULE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A thermal module comprising:a heat dissipation unit having a first main body having a first surface and an opposite second surface and a second main body having a third surface and an opposite fourth surface, two ends of a tubular body being respectively connected with the first and third surfaces, the first and second main bodies and the tubular body together defining a receiving space;
a first radiating fin assembly composed of multiple first radiating fins, each first radiating fin having a same height, disposed in the receiving space, at least one first protrusion section protruding from one side of the first radiating fin assembly, a top end of the first protrusion section being formed with a first apex, two sides of the first apex being formed with a first slope and a second slope; and
a second radiating fin assembly composed of multiple second radiating fins, each second radiating fin having a same height, disposed in the receiving space and correspondingly assembled with the one side of the first radiating fin assembly, at least one second protrusion section protruding from one side of the second radiating fin assembly corresponding to the first protrusion section, a top end of the second protrusion section being formed with a second apex, two sides of the second apex being formed with a third slope and a fourth slope, the second apex correspondingly abutting against the first apex, whereby an open space is defined between the one sides of the first and second radiating fin assemblies.

US Pat. No. 9,103,601

HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE ASSEMBLY STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipation device assembly structure comprising:
a heat dissipation unit consisting of a plurality of fins and having a bottom face, a locating section and multiple through
holes, the locating section being formed with at least one L-shaped channel in communication with the bottom face;

a fastening member assembled on the bottom face, the fastening member having at least one latch section correspondingly inserted
in the locating section, the fastening member further having at least one convex cylindrical-shaped locking section on one
side of the fastening member, which side is distal from the bottom face; and

a heat conduction unit passing through the heat dissipation unit, the heat conduction unit having a heat absorption section
and a heat conduction section, the heat conduction section being connected with the heat absorption section and inserted in
the through holes of the heat dissipation unit.

US Pat. No. 9,699,884

LATCH DEVICE FOR HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A latch device for heat dissipation unit, which is applied to and mounted on a motherboard, the latch device for heat dissipation
unit comprising:
a first elastic abutment member disposed on an upper face of the motherboard and having a first protrusion block;
a second elastic abutment member disposed on the upper face of the motherboard corresponding to the first elastic abutment
member, the second elastic abutment member having a second protrusion block opposite to the first protrusion block; and

a heat sink including multiple radiating fins, a first latch member and a second latch member, the radiating fins being disposed
on one face of the heat sink, the first and second latch members being respectively disposed on two opposite sides of the
heat sink, the first and second latch members being respectively latchable with the corresponding first and second protrusion
blocks or unlatchable from the corresponding first and second protrusion blocks, whereby along with the latching or unlatching,
the first and second elastic abutment members can be elastically deformed into abutment against or out of abutment with the
other face of the heat sink,

wherein the first elastic abutment member has a first abutment section and a pair of first elastic sections, the pair of first
elastic sections extending from two ends of the first abutment section, a first fixed section extending from a free end of
each first elastic section, the first fixed sections being fixed on the upper face of the motherboard, the first protrusion
block being disposed on an upper end face of the first abutment section, the first protrusion block being formed with a first
hook section, the first hook section being formed on outer circumference of the first protrusion block and protruding therefrom,
the first latch member being correspondingly latchable with or unlatched from the first hook section.

US Pat. No. 9,655,278

SLIM FAN STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A slim fan structure, comprising:
a top cover;
a fan frame having a top closed by the top cover, such that a receiving space is defined between the fan frame and the top
cover; the fan frame including a shaft holder located in the receiving space, and having a first side, a second side located
adjacent to the first side, a third side located opposite to the first side, and a fourth side located opposite to the second
side; the first side being formed with an air inlet, the third side being formed with an air outlet, the second side being
formed with a first side wall, and the fourth side being formed with a second side wall extending along the fourth side; the
first side wall including a laterally protruded portion extended from the first side wall toward the air inlet, the protruding
portion being protruded from an inner of the first side wall adjacent to the air inlet to the second side wall, and the second
side wall including an inward protruding stop portion located adjacent to the air outlet, the stop portion being protruded
from an inner of the second side wall adjacent to the air outlet to the first side wall;

a stator assembly being mounted in the receiving space and fitted around the shaft holder; and
a centrifugal fan hub being mounted in the receiving space and fitted around the stator assembly, and including a plurality
of radially outward extended extension portions and a plurality of circumferentially spaced blades located around radially
outer ends of the extension portions away from the centrifugal fan hub;

wherein the first side wall further includes a straight first extended portion located between the protruded portion and extending
to the air outlet; and a portion of the receiving space located between the first extended portion of the first side wall
and the blades defines a first divergent space and a first distance;

wherein the second side wall further includes a straight second extended portion located between the stop portion and the
air inlet, the second extended portion being gradually expanding in a direction from the stop portion to the air inlet; and
a portion of the receiving space located between the second extended portion of the second side wall and the blades defines
a second divergent space and a second distance; and

wherein the first distance is a height between a line, which is a tangent line to a virtual circle defined by radially outer
ends of the blades and is close and parallel to the second side of the fan frame, and a point, at where a normal line to that
virtual circle perpendicular to that tangent line joins the first side wall, and the second distance is a height between another
line, which is another tangent line to that virtual circle and is closed and parallel to the fourth side of the fan frame,
and a point, at where the normal line to that virtual circle perpendicular to that another tangent line joins the second side
wall; and the first distance being at least twice as large as the second distance.

US Pat. No. 9,500,417

THERMAL MODULE CONNECTION STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module connection structure providing a substrate, a heat generation unit being disposed on one face of the substrate,
the thermal module connection structure comprising:
a heat dissipation unit disposed on the heat generation unit, a protrusion section outward extending from each of at least
two sides of the heat dissipation unit; and

a locating assembly including a first locating member and a second locating member, the first and second locating members
being respectively mounted on two sides of the heat generation unit and attached to the substrate, the sides of the heat generation
unit being free from the protrusion sections, two separate independent carrier members in the form of plate members being
separately hinged at two ends of the first locating member, the protrusion sections of the heat dissipation unit being positioned
on the two carrier members, a first end of each of the two carrier members being separately pivotally connected with a different
end of each of the first locating member, a second end of each of the two carrier members being latched with the second locating
member, each of the carrier members having a press member for pressing the protrusion section against the carrier member so
as to fix the heat dissipation unit on the carrier member;

wherein the press member is formed with a pivoted section, a rod-shaped press section connected with the pivoted section and
a latch section connected with the press section, the press section serving to press the protrusion section against the carrier
member so as to fix the heat dissipation unit on the carrier member;

wherein each of two ends of the first locating member has an upward extending assembling section, the pivoted section being
pivotally connected with the assembling section;

wherein the opposite end of the upward extending assembling section is formed with a holding section;
wherein the latch section of the press member is latched in the holding section; and
wherein each of two ends of the second locating member is formed with an extension section, a latch hook upward protruding
from the extension section, the latch section of the press member being latched in the latch hook; and

wherein the second end of each carrier member further is attached to a separate operation section, two ends of the operation
section being respectively connected between the second ends of the two carrier members.

US Pat. No. 9,421,648

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of a heat pipe structure, comprising steps of:
providing a tubular body and a mesh body;
forming at least one axial channel on each of a top wall face and a bottom wall face of an internal chamber of the tubular
body, wherein the at least one axial channel is not formed on a right wall face and a left wall face of the internal chamber
of the tubular body;

placing the mesh body into the chamber, wherein the mesh body is placed in the whole internal chamber of the tubular body,
but does not extend into the at least one axial channel, and wherein a right side and a left side of the mesh body are directly
in contact with and attached to the right wall face and the left wall face of the internal chamber of the tubular body, respectively;

pressing and flattening the tubular body; and
vacuuming the tubular body, filling a working fluid into the chamber and sealing the tubular body.

US Pat. No. 10,058,007

WATER-COOLING RADIATOR UNIT AND WATER-COOLING MODULE USING SAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A water-cooling module, comprising:a water-cooling radiator unit including:
a main body including a first section having a first flow passage system formed thereon, a second section having a second flow passage system formed thereon, and a transit zone located between the first and the second section and fluidly communicable with the first and the second flow passage system; the first section being provided with an inlet, the second section being provided with an outlet, and the transit zone being formed with a plurality of first apertures fluidly communicable with the first flow passage system on the first section, a water-guiding opening formed on a bottom of the transit zone and fluidly communicable with the first apertures via a bottom passage, and a plurality of second apertures fluidly communicable with the second flow passage system on the second section; and the main body being internally filled with a cooling fluid; and
a pump being mounted in the transit zone and including a plurality of blades for driving the cooling fluid filled in the main body to circulate in the main body;
a water block having an enclosure, which internally defines at least one water-receiving space and includes a heat-exchange interface, a water inlet and a water outlet; the water inlet and the water outlet being fluidly communicable with the water-receiving space; and the heat-exchange interface being formed on one side of the enclosure and in contact with the water-receiving space;
a first tube having a first end and a second end connected to the water inlet on the water block and the outlet on the main body, respectively; and
a second tube having a third end and a fourth end connected to the water outlet on the water block and the inlet on the main body, respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,238,262

HEAT-DISSIPATING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat-dissipating device, including:
a base having a plurality of troughs on its outer periphery; and
a plurality of first heat-dissipating fins, the fins being spaced about the outer periphery and unconnected to each other
and having a first heat-dissipating portion, the heat-dissipating portion having a first end and a second end respectively,
the first end and the second end being separately connected to said base;

wherein the first end of the first heat-dissipating fin and the second end of another first heat-dissipating fin are simultaneously
disposed in a single one of said plurality of troughs.

US Pat. No. 9,071,098

CENTRIFUGAL HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE AND MOTOR USING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A centrifugal heat dissipation device, comprising a main body having a shaft hole, a heat-absorption zone, and a heat-transfer
zone; the heat-transfer zone having a radially outer side connected to the heat-absorption zone and a radially inner side
connected to the shaft hole to integrally connected with the heat-absorption zone; and the shaft hole axially extending through
the main body;
wherein the heat-absorption zone is internally provided with a wick structure and a working fluid, and the wick structure
being selected from the group consisting of a sintered powder structure and a net-like structure;

wherein the heat-absorption zone is radially outward extended from only a partial axial length of the heat-transfer zone and
along the main body in a radial direction, and defines a first transverse surface and an opposite second transverse surface;
and

wherein the working fluid is in an area defined between the heat-absorption zone and the heat-transfer zone for the vapor-liquid
circulation.

US Pat. No. 9,651,054

SERIES FAN FRAME BODY STRUCTURE MADE OF DIFFERENT MATERIALS

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A series fan frame body structure made of different materials, comprising:
a first fan including a first fan frame made of a first kind of plastic material; and
a second fan including a second fan frame made of a second kind of plastic material, the second fan frame made of the second
kind of plastic material being serially connected with the first fan frame made of the first kind of plastic material, the
first kind of plastic material being different from the second kind of plastic material in composition.

US Pat. No. 9,495,687

PROTECTIVE COVER WITH INFORMATION DISPLAY FUNCTION

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A protective cover with information display function, comprising:
a main body having an opening, a first side, a second side, a third side and a fourth side, the first side and the second
side being opposite to each other, the third side and the fourth side being opposite to each other, the opening being formed
on and sunk from the first side toward the second side without penetrating through the second side, so that an object can
be fitted into the opening from the first side to be covered by the main body;

at least one receiving unit being provided on the main body; and
at least one sheet of e-paper being selectively provided on one of the main body and the receiving unit, and being electrically
connected to the receiving unit for displaying at least one piece of information; and

wherein the e-paper has a display side, on which information is displayed, and an opposite bonding side, at where the e-paper
is repeatedly removably adhered to the receiving unit; the bonding side having a layer of electrically conductive adhesive
applied thereon, and the electrically conductive adhesive having one side adhered to the bonding side and another opposite
side to the receiving unit to electrically connect the e-paper to the receiving unit.

US Pat. No. 9,303,657

FAN AND MOTOR BEARING HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE THEREOF

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A motor bearing heat dissipation structure being applied to a bearing having a bottom surface, comprising:
a metal base provided with a through hole;
a heat conducting element including a wall portion fixedly connected at a lower end to the metal base and an extended portion
horizontally formed on an upper end of the wall portion; and the extended portion having a free end and a top surface; and

a plastic bearing cup including a lower portion, which encloses the wall portion of the heat conducting element therein and
is fixed to the metal base; the plastic bearing cup upward extending from the lower portion and having an upper end located
higher than the wall portion; the plastic bearing cup having an inner wall surface and internally defining a bearing receiving
hole, which extends from the upper end of the plastic bearing cup into the lower portion thereof;

wherein the extended portion of the heat conducting element is extended from the upper end of the wall portion to horizontally
radially inward project beyond the inner wall surface of the plastic bearing cup toward a center thereof, so that both the
free end and the top surface of the extended portion are located in the bearing receiving hole; and the bearing being accommodated
in the bearing receiving hole and seated on the extended portion with the bottom surface of the bearing being in contact with
the top surface of the extended portion;

wherein the through hole of the metal base is located below the heat conducting element and the plastic bearing cup, and a
space defined in the heat conducting element between an underside of the extended portion and an inner side of the wall portion
to communicate with the bearing receiving hole in the plastic bearing cup and the through hole of the metal base.

US Pat. No. 9,188,322

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE FOR LED LIGHTING

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipation structure for LED lighting, comprising:
a light seat formed with an opening and comprising multiple latch sections in the opening;
a support body disposed in the opening of the light seat and having a passageway, a heat sink and a fan in the passageway
being assembled and disposed on two sides of the support body, the passageway being used for guiding airflow created by the
fan, an LED module being assembled and disposed on the heat sink;

a cap body capped on one side of the support body to communicate with the passageway and disposed in the opening of the light
seat, the cap body having a first open end and a second open end, at least one air outlet being formed on the cap body in
adjacency to the first open end to communicate with the passageway of the support body, and wherein multiple latch members
extend outward from the second open end, the latch members being engaged with multiple latch sections of the light seat to
define at least one air inlet between the cap body and the light seat, the air inlet being communicated with the passageway
of the support body; and

a lens disposed in the first open end; and
wherein the support body has at least one first fixing section and at least one second fixing section, the first fixing section
being for affixing the heat sink and the LED module, the second fixing section being for affixing the fan and the cap body;

wherein the least one air inlet and the at least one air outlet both are located at a front side of the light seat, and a
location of the at least one air outlet is higher than a location of the at least one air inlet;

wherein an outlet passage is formed from the fan and the at least one air inlet and an inlet passage is formed from the at
least one air inlet to the fan and the at least one air inlet is outside of and surrounds the outlet passage, the inlet passage
being shorter than the outlet passage.

US Pat. No. 9,052,776

OPTICAL TOUCH MODULE AND OPTICAL TOUCH COMPONENT STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An optical touch module comprising:
an LED circuit board having a first top face and a first bottom face, multiple LED components being disposed on the first
top face, the first bottom face having at least one first connector; and

a control circuit board positioned under the LED circuit board, the control circuit board having a second top face and a second
bottom face, the second top face facing the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and having at least one second connector
corresponding to the first connector and two third connectors respectively positioned at two outermost ends of the second
top face of the control circuit board and misaligned from the first connector, the first and second connectors being vertically
mated with each other so as to connect the control circuit board under the LED circuit board, a height gap existing between
the LED circuit board and the control circuit board, whereby a space is positioned between correspondingly overlapping sections
of the first bottom face of the LED circuit board and the second top face of the control circuit board, the first and second
connectors being positioned in the space.

US Pat. No. 10,004,156

HEAT RADIATION FIN STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat radiation fin structure, comprising a main body composed of a plurality of stacked laminations; each lamination having at least one heat dissipation section and at least one heat absorption section comprising a plurality of extended portions each extending radially outwardly from the heat absorption section and curving only clockwise or only counterclockwise and wherein the laminations are stacked in an alternating manner such that the extended portions of adjacent laminations curve only clockwise or only counterclockwise opposite of the adjacent laminations and such that a plurality of passages are formed between the extended portions and wherein the heat dissipation section is connected to the heat absorption section.

US Pat. No. 9,970,446

MULTI-FAN SPEED SINGLE-WIRE OUTPUT SYSTEM AND METHOD

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A multi-fan speed single-wire output system, comprising:a first fan including a first control element for receiving a first rotation speed of the first fan; and
a second fan including a second control element for receiving a second rotation speed of the second fan;
the first control element of the first fan being electrically connected to the second control element of the second fan and transmitting the first rotation speed to the second control element; and the second control element generating an output rotation speed according to the first and the second rotation speed; and
wherein the transmission of rotation speed is only from the first control element to the second control element.

US Pat. No. 9,475,156

HEAT-DISSIPATION UNIT AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of manufacturing heat-dissipation unit, comprising the steps of:
providing a base having a plurality of grooves formed thereon, and each of the grooves having an open top and a closed bottom;
providing a plurality of radiating fins, each of which having a heat-radiating zone and a bent zone perpendicular to the heat-radiating
zone, and flatly positioning the bent zones on the open tops of the grooves; and

applying a pressure onto the bent zones, so that the bent zones respectively form an assembling section recessed in the grooves
to tightly fit therein, bringing the radiating fins to lock to the base; wherein the assembling sections are tightly fitted
in the grooves through a mechanical process, and the mechanical process is stamping.

US Pat. No. 9,273,862

LED LIGHT DEDUSTING/COOLING SYSTEM

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An LED light dedusting/cooling system comprising:
a housing receiving therein a control member, a fan, a heat sink and an LED module, the fan and the LED module being respectively
disposed on two opposite sides of the heat sink; and

a vibrator received in the housing and disposed on one side of the heat sink proximal to the fan and positioned between the
heat sink and the fan;

wherein the housing includes a light seat and a light shade mated with the light seat, a winding passage being annularly defined
between a circumference of the light seat and a circumference of the light shade;

wherein the winding passage includes a first passage positioned between a free end of a radial flange of a nonlinear rim and
an axial skirt section of the nonlinear rim, the first passage vertically extending from a first end of the winding passage
to communicate with a second passage, the second passage horizontally extending to communicate with a third passage, the third
passage vertically extending to a second end of the winding passage to communicate with a receiving space of the light seat.

US Pat. No. 10,036,596

COMBINATION STRUCTURE OF HEAT DISSIPATION MODULE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A combination structure of a heat dissipation module comprising:at least one heat pipe having a heat-absorption section, at least one heat-dissipation section, and at least one curved section connected to the heat-absorption section and the heat-dissipation section; the heat-absorption section having a horizontal length; the heat-dissipation section having a cross-section area, and a cross-section length being defined between a rightmost and a leftmost edge of the cross-section area; and the curved section having a curved length
a heat dissipation fin set being penetrated through the heat pipe including a first portion, a second portion, and a third portion, which are located respectively corresponding to a heat-dissipation section, a curved section, and a heat-absorption section of the heat pipe; the fins of the first portion being provided with a plurality of first slots, each of which has a first slot length corresponding to a cross-section length of the heat-dissipation section of the heat pipe; the fins of the second portion and the third portion of the heat dissipation fin set being respectively provided with a plurality of second and third slots, which are gradually extended according to a length of the curved section and a horizontal length of the heat-absorption section of the heat pipe, and the fins of the third portion internally defining a receiving opening communicable with the slots.

US Pat. No. 10,004,159

WATER-COOLING RADIATOR UNIT AND DEVICE THEREOF

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A water-cooling radiator unit comprising:a main body composed of a first sheet body, a second sheet body and a third sheet body stacked on and assembled with each other, each of the first, second and third sheet bodies being composed of multiple thin sheets laminated with each other, each of the first, second and third sheet bodies having multiple first strip-shaped flow guide sections, multiple second strip-shaped flow guide sections and a circular conversion section, the first strip-shaped flow guide sections longitudinally extending and being arranged about the circular conversion section, the second strip-shaped flow guide sections transversely extending and being disposed on two sides of the circular conversion section, two ends of each of the first, second and third sheet bodies respectively having a first slot and a second slot, the aforesaid structures of the first, second and third sheet bodies being correspondingly stacked on and assembled with each other to form a flow way set, a conversion sink, a first sink and a second sink, the flow way set having multiple first flow ways and multiple second flow ways arranged at intervals, each first flow way and each second flow way defining therebetween a radiating fin section, the second strip-shaped flow guide sections together defining a partitioning section, the partitioning section and the conversion sink together dividing the main body into a first portion and a second portion, a first bight flow guide section being formed on outer side of the circular conversion section of each of the first and second sheet bodies, the first bight flow guide sections being correspondingly stacked on and assembled with each other to form a first flow guide passage, the first flow guide passage, the first flow ways and the first sink being disposed on the first portion in communication with each other, a second bight flow guide section being formed on outer side of the circular conversion section of each of the first, second and third sheet bodies, the second bight flow guide sections being correspondingly stacked on and assembled with each other to form a second flow guide passage, the second flow guide passage, the second flow ways and the second sink being disposed on the second portion in communication with each other, the second sheet body being formed with a circular diaphragm at the circular conversion section, the diaphragm having a perforation, the diaphragm and the third sheet body together defining a water receiving chamber, a wall face of the first flow guide passage being formed with multiple first orifices in communication with the first flow ways, a wall face of the conversion sink of the second portion being formed with multiple second orifices in communication with the second flow guide passage, a wall face of the second flow guide passage being formed with multiple third orifices in communication with the second flow ways;
a working fluid filled in the main body;
a first plate body attached to one face of the main body;
a second plate body attached to the other face of the main body; and
a pump inserted on the first plate body and received in the conversion sink, the pump having multiple blades, the pump serving to drive the working fluid to circulate within the main body.

US Pat. No. 9,651,051

SERIES FAN STRUCTURE WITH MULTISTAGE FRAME BODY

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A series fan structure with multistage frame body, comprising:
a first main body having a first fan frame, the first fan frame having a first opening and a second opening on two opposite
sides, a first fan impeller base seat being disposed at the second opening, a first fan impeller being rotatably connected
to the first fan impeller base seat;

a second main body correspondingly serially and directly connected to the first main body, the second main body having a second
fan frame, the second fan frame having a third opening on one side and a fourth opening on the other side, the third opening
corresponding to the second opening, a second fan impeller base seat being disposed at the third opening in adjacency to the
first fan impeller base seat, a second fan impeller being rotatably connected to the second fan impeller base seat;

a first frame correspondingly serially connected to one side of the first fan frame with the first opening, the first frame
having a first frame opening and a second frame opening, the first and second frame openings being respectively positioned
on two sides of the first frame with the second frame opening correspondingly communicating with the first opening, the first
frame and the first fan frame together defining a first flow passage, the first fan impeller being positioned in the first
flow passage;

a second frame correspondingly serially connected to one side of the second fan frame with the fourth opening, the second
frame having a third frame opening on one side and a fourth frame opening on the other side opposite to the third frame opening,
the third frame opening correspondingly communicating with the fourth opening, the second frame and the second fan frame together
defining a second flow passage, the second fan impeller being positioned in the second flow passage; and

wherein the first frame and the second frame can absorb a vibration which is transmitted from the first and second fan impeller
base seats to the first and second openings, respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,537,432

POWER-OFF BRAKE CIRCUIT FOR DC FAN

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A power-off brake circuit for a DC fan, comprising:
a control unit coupled to an operating voltage;
a motor driver unit coupled to the control unit, an input power source, and at least two ends of a motor coil;
a switch unit coupled to the control unit and the input power source;
a power-off protection unit having a first end, a second end, and a third end, wherein the first end of the power-off protection
unit is coupled to the switch unit and the control unit, wherein the second end of the power-off protection unit is coupled
to the operating voltage, wherein the third end of the power-off protection unit is coupled to the input power source; and

a brake unit having a first end, a second end, and a third end, wherein the first end of the brake unit is coupled to the
third end of the power-off protection unit, wherein the second end of the brake unit is coupled to one end of the motor coil,
wherein the third end of the brake unit is coupled to a ground such that the second end of the brake unit, one end of the
motor coil, and the ground form a brake loop for braking;

wherein when the DC fan powers on, the power-off protection unit receives the operating voltage and is conducted with the
switch unit in a switch-on state and the brake unit is switched off,

wherein when the DC fan powers off, the power-off protection unit does not receive the operating voltage and is not conducted
with the switch unit in a switch-off state and the brake unit is actuated to brake.

US Pat. No. 9,490,860

PROTECTIVE DEVICE CAPABLE OF DISSIPATING HEAT

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A protective device capable of dissipating heat for protecting an electronic device, comprising:
a carrier for correspondingly connecting to or receiving the electronic device therein and having a first inner side oriented
to the electronic device and a plurality of edges surrounding the first inner side;

a flexible connecting element being arranged at one of the edges of the carrier and having two opposite ends that respectively
form a first and a second extended portion; the first extended portion being extended onto and partially across an upper surface
of the first inner side of the carrier, the first extended portion being connected to the first inner side of the carrier,
and the second extended portion being extended away from the carrier to form a flip cover, which can be turned towards or
away from the carrier; and the first extended portion being in direct or indirect contact with at least one heat source of
the electronic device,

wherein the first extended portion has a first contact surface facing away from the first inner side of the carrier and oriented
to the electronic device and the flexible connecting element is a flexible thin heat PIPE.

US Pat. No. 9,303,927

HEAT SPREADER STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat spreader structure comprising a main body, the main body including a first board body and a second board body corresponding
to the first board body, the second board body being mated with the first board body to form the main body, the main body
having a circulation area and a connection area, the circulation area being connected with the connection area to together
define a chamber in which a working fluid is contained, wherein the circulation area has a first capillary structure, and
the connection area has a second capillary structure;
wherein the circulation area includes a first circulation section, a second circulation section and a third circulation section
and the connection area includes a first connection section and a second connection section, wherein the first connection
section is disposed between and completely separates the first and second circulation sections, and the second connection
section is disposed between and completely separates the second and the third circulation sections, the first capillary structure
being disposed on the first, second and third circulation sections, and the second capillary structure being disposed on the
first and second connection sections, the first capillary structure being composed of a sintered powder body and multiple
support pillars connected with the sintered powder body, the support pillars being selected from the group consisting of sintered
powder pillars and copper pillars;

wherein the second capillary structure is formed of a support board selected from the group consisting of a support strip
and a support strip with multiple support pillars connected with the support strip;

wherein the support strip is selected from the group consisting of a mesh body, a board material having recessed/raised sections
on a surface of the board material and a waved board body; and

wherein the first and second circulation sections contain a first angle, while the second and third circulation sections contain
a second angle, the first and second angles being larger than 0 degree but smaller than 90 degrees.

US Pat. No. 9,128,158

DETECTION CIRCUIT FOR DETECTING COIL ABNORMALITY OF DC FAN MOTOR

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A detection circuit for detecting coil abnormality of a DC fan motor, which is applied to a fan comprising a stator having
at least one coil set and a silicon steel set, the coil set wound around the silicon steel set and having a first terminal,
a second terminal, and at least one detection terminal, the respective first and second terminals receiving a voltage signal,
the detection terminal disposed between the first and second terminals, the detection circuit comprising:
at least one detection unit comprising a damper and an inverter, wherein one end of the clamper is connected to the corresponding
detection terminal and the other end thereof is connected to an end of the inverter, wherein the clamper performs a clamping
process based on the voltage level of the voltage signal received from the detection terminal to generate a regulated voltage
signal sent to the inverter, whereby the inverter performs an inverting process based on the received regulated voltage signal
to generate an inverted voltage signal; and

a processing unit, an end of the processing unit connected to a corresponding end of the inverter, wherein the processing
unit compares the received inverted voltage signal with a predetermined value therein to determine to generate a notifying
signal.

US Pat. No. 10,219,408

WATER-COOLING RADIATOR STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

10. A water-cooling radiator structure, comprising a first sealing element, a second sealing element, and a plurality of first radiator elements; the first radiator elements being stacked to form a first water-cooling radiator main body; each of the first radiator elements having a first communicating opening, a second communicating opening, and a plurality of first slots fluidly communicable with the first and second communicating openings; the plurality of first slots as well as the first and second communicating openings penetrating the first radiator elements in an entire thickness direction thereof; the first and second communication openings being horizontally provided at two opposite sides of the plurality of first slots respectively and fluidly communicable with the plurality of first slots; the first slots of the stacked first radiator elements together defining a plurality of first flow passages on the first water-cooling radiator main body, and the first and the second communicating openings of the stacked first radiator elements defining a first reservoir and a second reservoir, respectively, on the first water-cooling radiator main body; the first and second reservoirs being provided at the two opposite sides of the first flow passages respectively and fluidly communicable with the first flow passages; the first and the second sealing elements each having one side connected to an upper and a lower side of the first water-cooling radiator main body, respectively, to seal tops and bottoms, respectively, of the first flow passages, the first reservoir and the second reservoir; the first reservoir being fluidly communicable with the second reservoir via the first flow passages; a first coupling section protruded and formed on the first sealing element on one side of the first water-cooling radiator main body located adjacent to the first reservoir, and a second coupling section protruded and formed on the first sealing element on another side of the first water-cooling radiator main body located adjacent to the second reservoir; and the first and the second coupling sections being fluidly communicable with the first and the second reservoirs, respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,639,120

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE OF WEARABLE ELECTRONIC DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure of wearable electronic device comprising:
a wearable main body including a receiving space, a circuit board and multiple electronic components, the electronic components
being arranged on the circuit board, the circuit board with the electronic components being received in the receiving space,
at least one of the electronic components being a heat source; and

a wearable strap body connected with the wearable main body, the wearable strap body having a heat conduction section and
a protection section, the protection section enclosing the heat conduction section, a section of the heat conduction section
being exposed to an interior of the receiving space without being enclosed by the protection section;

wherein the heat conduction section has a first heat conduction layer, a second heat conduction layer and a third heat conduction
layer, the whole second heat conduction layer being sandwiched between the first and third heat conduction layers, an outer
face of the first heat conduction layer of the exposed section of the heat conduction section in the receiving space being
attached to the heat source; and

wherein the first and third heat conduction layers are made of metal foils and the second heat conduction layer is made of
graphite material, the protection section being made of flexible plastic material.

US Pat. No. 9,601,963

MOTOR WATERPROOF STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A motor waterproof structure comprising:
a stator assembly having multiple silicon steel sheets and multiple windings;
a casing having a recessed receiving space formed with an open side and a closed side, a circuit board is disposed in the
receiving space and rests on the closed side of the casing and is electrically connected with the windings;

a cover body disposed on the open side of the receiving space to completely cover and, with the casing, sealably enclose the
circuit board, but excluding the stator assembly; and

wherein the casing, circuit board and cover body are disc-shaped.

US Pat. No. 9,566,629

MOLD FOR MOLDING A CASE OF A MOBILE DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A mold for molding a case of a mobile device, comprising:
a first main body having an upper side and a lower side, a periphery of the first main body having multiple first slide channels;
a second main body correspondingly disposed under the lower side of the first main body, multiple second slide channels being
formed on four corners of the second main body and correspondingly extending to four corners of the first main body;

multiple connection slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the second slide channels and slidable relative to
the first and second main bodies, each connection slide block having a channel;

a third main body correspondingly disposed on a right side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the
first main body, the third main body having a first arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

a fourth main body correspondingly disposed on a left side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the
first main body, the fourth main body having a second arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

a fifth main body correspondingly disposed on a front side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the
first main body, the fifth main body having a third arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

multiple first abutment slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the channels of the multiple connection slide
blocks and slidable relative to the first and second main bodies;

multiple second abutment slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the first slide channels, the first and second
main bodies and the connection slide blocks and the first and second abutment slide blocks together defining a male mold section,
the third, fourth and fifth main bodies together defining a female mold section, the male and female mold sections being connectable
with each other to form a mold cavity.

US Pat. No. 9,529,396

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE OF INTELLIGENT WEARABLE DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure of intelligent wearable device, comprising:
a wearable mobile device main body having a receiving space for receiving therein multiple electronic components, the electronic
components having at least one heat source; and

a hard wearable body made of thermosetting polymer material or thermoplastic polymer material and being a heat conducting
structure for directly contacting with the wearable mobile device main body to conduct heat, the hard wearable body having
a chamber having a capillary structure, a working fluid being contained in the chamber, the hard wearable body having a heat
absorption section and at least one heat dissipation section, the heat dissipation section extending from at least one end
of the heat absorption section or two ends of the heat absorption section, the hard wearable body being connected with the
wearable mobile device main body, wherein the heat absorption section is at least partially in direct contact with the electronic
components or the heat source to conduct heat.

US Pat. No. 9,102,020

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THIN HEAT PIPE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of thin heat pipe, comprising steps of:
providing a hollow tubular body and a mesh capillary structure;
placing the mesh capillary structure into the tubular body;
providing a tool and placing the tool into the mesh capillary structure;
sintering the tubular body to make the mesh capillary structure sintered on an inner wall face of the tubular body and then
taking out the tool;

after sintering the tubular body, pressing and flattening the tubular body into a flat form;
vacuuming the tubular body and filling a working fluid into the tubular body; and
sealing the tubular body by means of mechanical processing.

US Pat. No. 9,664,458

SUPPORTING STRUCTURE FOR VAPOR CHAMBER

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat pipe with a support structure comprising:
a first plate member having a first side and an opposite second side; a second plate member having a third side and an opposite
fourth side; and being assembled to the first plate member to thereby define a chamber for a working fluid between the second
side of the first plate member and the third side of the second plate member; and

a supporting member being located in the chamber, said supporting member comprising a sheet of material formed to define at
least two regions, one of said regions defining substantially punctiform supporting portions disposed in a two dimensional
array and being structurally interconnected to each other to define passages therebetween for working fluid;

another of said at least two regions disposed adjacent said one region defining substantially linear supporting portions extending
in parallel and defining therebetween linearly extending passages for working fluid, said substantially linear supporting
portions being connected at one end to said array of punctiform supporting members.

US Pat. No. 9,625,218

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING A HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of manufacturing heat dissipation device, comprising the following steps:
providing a single L-shaped mounting bracket having at least one retaining hole and a mounting section;
providing a thermal module including a plurality of radiating fins for engaging with the L-shaped mounting bracket; on one
lateral side of the plurality of radiating fins, at least one engaging zone being recessed from the lateral side perpendicular
to each of the plurality of radiating fins and formed for correspondingly engaging with the L-shaped mounting bracket, and
at least one locking portion being formed for correspondingly engaging with the at least one retaining hole on the L-shaped
mounting bracket, wherein the locking portion and the radiating fin are integrally molded; and

positioning the L-shaped mounting bracket in the engaging zone from the lateral side of the radiating fins, and applying an
amount of pressure on the at least one locking portion, so that the locking portion is deformed sufficiently to be allowed
to extend into and become held in the retaining hole on the L-shaped mounting bracket, bringing the L-shaped mounting bracket
and the thermal module to connect to each other to form the heat dissipation device.

US Pat. No. 9,599,115

SERIES FAN

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A series fan comprising:
a first fan having a first frame, a second frame and a first flow passage, the first flow passage communicating with the first
and second frames, a first static blade being disposed at the first frame, a first opening being formed at the second frame,
a first dynamic blade assembly being disposed in the first flow passage in communication with the first opening; and

a second fan having a third frame, a fourth frame and a second flow passage, the second flow passage communicating with the
third and fourth frames, the third frame being assembled with the second frame, a second opening being formed at the third
frame, the second opening communicating with the first opening, a second dynamic blade assembly being disposed in the second
flow passage in communication with the second opening and in adjacency to the first dynamic blade assembly, a second static
blade being disposed at the fourth frame;

wherein the first dynamic blade assembly includes multiple first blades, while the second dynamic blade assembly includes
multiple second blades;

wherein the multiple first blades are spaced from the multiple second blades in the second flow passage by a distance; and
wherein each of the multiple first blades has an extension portion extending from the first flow passage through the first
opening and the second opening to the second flow passage.

US Pat. No. 9,569,024

DISPLAY MODULE WITH HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE AND HANDHELD DEVICE THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A display module with heat dissipation structure, comprising:
a touch display panel including a touch panel and a display panel, the touch panel having a touch face and a bottom face opposite
to the touch face, the display panel having an upper face and a lower face, the bottom face of the touch panel being connected
with the upper face of the display panel, the touch panel being positioned on upper side of the display panel; and

a sealed vapor chamber comprising an upper cover and a lower cover that are closed to each other to form the vapor chamber,
the vapor chamber having a first side and a second side opposite to the first side, the first side of the vapor chamber being
an outer side of the upper cover and attached to the lower face of the display panel, the second side of the vapor chamber
being an outer side of the lower cover.

US Pat. No. 9,562,543

FAN VIBRATION ABSORBING STRUCTURE AND FAN USING SAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan with vibration absorbing structure, comprising:
a bearing cup including a first section, a second section and a hearing holding hole; the first and the second section being
connected end-to-end to together enclose a receiving space therein, and the receiving space communicating with the hearing
holding hole;

a vibration absorbing element being fitted between the first and the second section;
a bearing being held in the bearing holding hole;
a rotor including a hub, a plurality of blades outward extended from an outer surface of the hub, and a rotary shaft perpendicularly
extended rearward from a front inner side of the hub; and the rotary shaft being rotatably fitted in the bearing; and

a stator being externally fitted around the bearing cup.

US Pat. No. 9,506,699

HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat pipe structure comprising a main body having a chamber, the chamber having a first side and a second side, and a
working fluid filled in the chamber, a first capillary structure and a second capillary structure being respectively disposed
on the first and second sides and being fiber bodies, the first capillary structure having a radial extension range larger
than one half of a circumference of an inner wall face of the chamber and larger than a radial extension range of the second
capillary structure, one side of the first capillary structure being connected at a single location only that is along a width
of the second capillary structure, the first and second capillary structures and the inner wall face of the chamber together
defining a first vapor passage and a second vapor passage;
wherein the first capillary structure is attached to but does not extend around the entire inner wall face of the chamber;
wherein an applied coating is further disposed on the entire inner wall face of the chamber, the coating being disposed between
the entire inner wall face of the chamber and the first and second capillary structures wherein the coating is selected from
the group consisting of hydrophilic and hydrophobic materials, the hydrophilic coating being disposed on the first side of
the chamber, and the hydrophobic coating being disposed on the second side of the chamber; and

wherein one end of an outer face of the first side of the chamber is correspondingly attached to at least one heat source
for conducting heat at least one heat dissipation unit being correspondingly attached to an other end of an outer face of
the second side, the heat dissipation unit being selected from a group consisting of a heat sink, a radiating fin assembly
and a water-cooled unit, so that not only is the radial heat conduction efficiency of the main body increased, but also the
axial heat conduction efficiency of the main body can be greatly enhanced.

US Pat. No. 9,470,459

SUPPORT STRUCTURE FOR HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

4. The support structure for a heat dissipation unit as claimed in claim 1, applied to the heat dissipation unit, the heat dissipation unit having a first plane plate and a second plane plate opposite
to the first plane plate, the first and second plane plates defining therebetween a chamber, the main body being received
in the chamber, a first end and a second end of the main body respectively abutting against inner faces of the first plane
plate and the second plane plate, a working fluid being filled in the chamber.

US Pat. No. 9,072,176

ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE OF HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An assembling structure of heat dissipation device, which is applied to a circuit board, a heat generation unit being disposed
on one side of the circuit board, the assembling structure of the heat dissipation device comprising:
a heat dissipation unit attached to the heat generation unit, at least one latch section outward extending from an edge of
the heat dissipation unit;

an L-shaped latch member fixedly disposed on each of two opposite sides of the circuit board heat generating unit, each latch
member being formed with at least one opening and at least one perforation, one latch section being correspondingly latched
in the opening, each latch member having a first latched section and a second latched section connected with the first latched
section, a perforation being formed on the first latched section, said opening being formed on the second latched section
for the latch section to latch with;

at least one retainer member, an elastic member being fitted on the retainer member, the retainer member correspondingly passing
through the perforation to fix the latch member on the circuit board; and

wherein said heat dissipation unit can be removed by simply biasing said latch members in a direction away from the heat dissipation
unit to release said latch sections.

US Pat. No. 9,746,249

HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat pipe structure comprising:
a first closed tubular body having an internal first receiving space, a first working fluid being contained in the first receiving
space, two ends of the first receiving space being respectively two first closed ends;

a second closed tubular body completely contained in the first receiving space in contact with and surrounded by said first
working fluid, the second tubular body having an internal second receiving space, a second working fluid being contained in
the second receiving space, two ends of the second receiving space being respectively two second closed ends;

a third tubular body disposed in the first receiving space, the third tubular body having a third receiving space, a third
working fluid being contained in the third receiving space, two ends of the third receiving space being respectively two third
closed ends;

wherein the third closed ends are formed in the first receiving space and connected with the first closed ends;
wherein the second and third tubular body's exterior surfaces are abutting each other; and
wherein the solidification temperature of the first working fluid is lower than the solidification temperature of the second
working fluid, so that the heat pipe structure can be activated at low temperature to keep operating at normal temperature.

US Pat. No. 9,523,368

STATOR MODULE WITH PROTECTION STRUCTURE AND A FAN THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A protection structure applicable to a stator module having a silicon steel sheet assembly with multiple splits, the protection
structure comprising:
a first cover body disposed at one end of the stator module and corresponding to an upper insulation support of the stator
module, the first cover body including multiple posts, the first cover body further including a first central hole formed
at a center of the first cover body and open to the stator module, the first cover body further including a first annular
wall formed on an outer circumference of the first cover body and connected with the stator module, the multiple posts being
arranged on the first annular wall at intervals corresponding to said multiple splits;

a second cover body having a diameter greater than the first cover body disposed at the other end of the stator module and
corresponding to a lower insulation support of the stator module, the multiple posts extending from the first cover body to
the second cover body, each of the posts having an extension end connected with the second cover body;

the silicon steel sheet assembly further comprising a plurality of separate silicon steel sheets extending between said posts
and between said first cover body and said second cover body around a circumference of said stator module,

two junctions existing between two sides of each post and ends of two of said silicon steel sheets of the silicon steel sheet
assembly; and

a laser welding section respectively formed at the two junctions to weld the posts, the cover bodies and the silicon steel
sheet assembly together, wherein the posts seal the multiple splits of the silicon steel sheet assembly, and thereby the silicon
steel sheet assembly isolates the stator module from the exterior around said circumference.

US Pat. No. 9,476,652

THIN HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE HAVING ENLARGED CONDENSING SECTION

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thin heat pipe structure, comprising:
a pipe body having a vaporizing end and a condensing end outwardly extended from the vaporizing end; the vaporizing end and
the condensing end internally defining a first chamber and a second chamber which communicates with the first chamber, respectively;
a working fluid being filled in the first and the second chamber; the condensing end being gradually enlarged beginning beyond
the vaporizing end, such that a cross-sectional area of the pipe body at the vaporizing end is smaller than that at the condensing
end there being an extended inclined sidewall region of constant slope extending completely to the end of the condensing end
giving increased open condensing volume; and a space in the first chamber being smaller than a space in the second chamber;
and

at least one wick structure being provided in the first and the second chamber, such that the wick structure and the first
and second chambers together define at least one channel in the pipe body;

wherein the first and the second chamber commonly have a first sidewall, a second sidewall, a third sidewall, and a fourth
sidewall; the first sidewall being located opposite to the second sidewall, and the third sidewall being located opposite
to the fourth sidewall; and

wherein the wick structure has a first side, a second side located opposite to the first side, a third side, and a fourth
side located opposite to the third side; the second side being in contact with the second sidewall; the third side being located
corresponding to the third sidewall with a first channel defined between the third side and the third sidewall; the fourth
side being located corresponding to the fourth sidewall with a second channel defined between the fourth side and the fourth
sidewall; a portion of the first sidewall in the first channel at the vaporizing end being in contact with a whole surface
of the first side of the wick structure, and wherein another portion of the first sidewall in the second channel at the condensing
end is not attached to the wick structure such that together with the first side of the wick structure define an interspace
between the wick structure and the first sidewall; and wherein the interspace is communicable with the first and the second
channel; and

wherein the first and second channels are not provided with the wick structure.

US Pat. No. 9,903,665

HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT AND THERMAL MODULE THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module comprising:
an evaporation chamber body having a main chamber, an inlet and an outlet;
a heat dissipation unit including a metal main body having a chamber and an oxide coating, the oxide coating being coated
on wall surface of the chamber, a first end of the heat dissipation unit being connected to the inlet of the evaporation chamber
body, while a second end of the heat dissipation unit being connected to the outlet of the evaporation chamber body;

wherein the oxide coating coated on the wall surface of the chamber at the second end of the heat dissipation unit is a hydrophobic
coating;

wherein the oxide coating coated on the wall surface of the chamber at the first end of the heat dissipation unit is a hydrophilic
coating; and

wherein the main chamber has a capillary structure and a working fluid, the main chamber and the capillary structure together
defining an evaporation chamber and a condensation chamber.

US Pat. No. 10,029,337

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of manufacturing a heat dissipation device, comprising the following steps:providing at least one heat transfer unit; the heat transfer unit having at least one ineffective portion formed at an end and the at least one heat transfer unit defining an internal chamber, wherein the chamber includes at least one wick structure and a working fluid, wherein the wick structure does not extend into the at least one ineffective portion;
providing a frame and attaching the at least one heat transfer unit to the frame in order to form a junction at the at least one ineffective portion between the frame and the heat transfer unit; and
spot welding the at least one ineffective portion of the heat transfer unit to the frame at the junction formed between the frame and the heat transfer unit, so that the heat transfer unit is fixedly attached to the frame away from the wick structure at only the ineffective portion of the heat transfer unit.

US Pat. No. 9,772,142

WATER-COOLING DEVICE WITH STATOR AND ROTOR PUMPING UNIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A water-cooling device comprising a main body, the main body having a pump chamber and a heat exchange chamber, which are
partitioned from each other by a water room partitioning board, the water room partitioning board being integrally formed
with the main body and having a communication section, the communication section having a first communication hole, a second
communication hole and a passage in communication with the second communication hole, forming an open water circulation system
whereby the pump chamber communicates with the heat exchange chamber, a pump unit being disposed in the pump chamber, a heat
transfer unit being disposed in the heat exchange chamber, a cooling fluid being filled up in the pump chamber and the heat
exchange chamber;
wherein the pump unit has a rotor assembly and a stator assembly received in the rotor assembly, the rotor assembly and the
stator assembly being correspondingly disposed in the pump chamber, the stator assembly having multiple silicon steel sheets
and a substrate, the silicon steel sheets being stacked and multiple windings being wound around the silicon steel sheets,
the silicon steel sheets and the windings and the substrate being enclosed in a waterproof structure layer that is thinner
than the partitioning board, the waterproof structure layer completely enclosing the top and sides of the silicon steel sheets,
the substrate and the windings of the stator assembly, and because the waterproof structure layer is relatively thin, a distance
between the stator assembly and the rotor assembly can be shortened, such that magnetic loss caused in magnetization between
the rotor assembly and the stator assembly is reduced.

US Pat. No. 9,604,328

HEAT SINK STRUCTURE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method of manufacturing heat sink structure, comprising the following steps:
providing a forming mold, which has an inner wall surface, a top surface and a plurality of slots; the inner wall surface
enclosing an inner space, the slots being radially outward extended from the inner wall surface to locate around and communicate
with the inner space, and the slots respectively having an upper end that extends through the top surface;

providing a main body, which is longitudinally extended between a first end and a second end thereof, and has a plurality
of coupling flutes circumferentially spaced on an outer surface thereof and longitudinally extended from the first end to
the second end; and disposing the first end of the main body in the inner space of the forming mold;

providing a plurality of radiating fins, each of which has a first and a second heat radiating section and a bent section
located between the first and the second heat radiating section; correspondingly disposing the first and second heat radiating
sections of the radiating fins in the slots with the bent sections of the radiating fins radially projected from the inner
wall surface into the inner space of the forming mold; and

using a mechanical process to drive the main body into the inner space at a high speed, so that the main body moves relative
to the radiating fins and the bent sections of the radiating fins are forced into the coupling flutes and longitudinally moved
along the coupling flutes to the second end of the main body at a high speed, bringing the bent sections and the coupling
flutes to tightly connect to one another.

US Pat. No. 9,550,226

HEAT-DISSIPATING DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A method for manufacturing a heat-dissipating device, including steps of:
providing a forming die having an inner first accommodating trough and at least one outer second accommodating trough, the
first accommodating trough being in communication with the at least one second accommodating trough;

providing at least one heat-dissipating fin having two ends and a base having at least one base trough on its outer periphery;
disposing each heat-dissipating fin in one second accommodating trough in such a manner that both ends of each heat-dissipating
fin protrude from one second accommodating trough to extend into the first accommodating trough; and

After disposing each heat-dissipating fin in one second accommodating trough, aligning one end of the base with the first
accommodating trough, adjusting the alignment of the base so that each base trough aligns with both ends of a corresponding
heat-dissipating fin;

high-speed punching the base into the first accommodating trough via a machine driving process, and thereby pressing both
ends of each heat-dissipating fin into a corresponding base trough, thereby tightly fitting and combining each heat-dissipating
fin with the base rapidly;

wherein the machining process is a punching process using a driven punch head to impact an end of the base; and
wherein both ends of each heat-dissipating fin are arranged to be extend into the first accommodating trough, a compressed
air machine is used to generate compressed air to drive the base into the first accommodating trough via a punching process,
so that both ends of each heat-dissipating fin are pressed into a corresponding base trough.

US Pat. No. 9,541,970

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE OF WEARABLE WATCHSTRAP

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure of wearable watchstrap comprising a wearable strap body, the wearable strap body including
a heat conduction section and a protection section, the protection section enclosing the heat conduction section, the heat
conduction section having a heat absorption section and a heat dissipation section, the heat dissipation section outward extending
from the heat absorption section
wherein the protection section is formed with a recess, the recess being formed at a center of one face of the protection
section corresponding to one face of the heat absorption section where is enclosed by the protection section, an intelligent
mobile device being correspondingly receivable in the recess to connect with the wearable strap body;

wherein the heat conduction section has a first heat conduction layer, a second heat conduction layer and a third heat conduction
layer, the whole second heat conduction layer being sandwiched between the first and third heat conduction layers, the first
heat conduction layer corresponding to the intelligent mobile device received in the recess; and

wherein the first and third heat conduction layers are made of metal foils and the second heat conduction layer is made of
graphite material, the protection section being made of flexible plastic material.

US Pat. No. 9,802,240

THIN HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method for a thin heat pipe structure, comprising steps of:
preparing a hollow tubular body and a mesh body, the tubular body having two open ends;
forming at least one first channel and at least one second channel on an inner wall face of each end of the tubular body,
the first and second channels being formed only in positions adjacent to the two ends of the tubular body, the first and second
channels extending to intersect each other;

attaching the mesh body to the inner wall face of the tubular body;
pressing the tubular body into a flat state;
vacuuming the tubular body and filling working fluid into the tubular body; and
sealing the two ends of the tubular body to form a first closed end as a front end and a second closed end as a rear end;
wherein the first and second channels are formed only in the positions adjacent to the first closed end as the front end and
the second closed end as the rear end, and no channels are formed on the inner wall face of the tubular body between the first
and second channels formed adjacent to the first and second closed ends.

US Pat. No. 9,802,280

HEAT SINK STRUCTURE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of a heat sink, comprising steps of:
providing a mold, the mold having an inner circumference, an upper surface and multiple splits, the inner circumference defining
an internal space, the multiple splits being radially formed around the internal space in communication with the internal
space and downward extending from the upper surface;

providing multiple radiating fins, the radiating fins being placed in the splits, one radiating fin being placed in each split,
an end of each radiating fin being preformed with a folded root section, the folded root sections protruding from the inner
circumference of the mold;

providing a main body, the main body having a first end and a second end, the first and second ends of the main body defining
an axial direction, multiple connection channels being preformed on a circumference of the main body between the first and
second ends, the first end of the main body being aimed at the internal space; and

using a mechanical processing measure to impact the main body so as to thrust the main body into the internal space and move
the main body relative to the multiple radiating fins, whereby the folded root sections of the radiating fins are thrust into
the connection channels and moved in the axial direction to the second end to press fit and integrally connect the fins with
the main body.

US Pat. No. 9,738,114

WRITING DEVICE WITH INPUT UNIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A writing device with input unit, comprising:
a case having a receiving chamber and an opening;
a winding unit disposed in the receiving chamber;
a restriction member disposed on the case in adjacency to the opening; and
an input unit, the input unit being wound on the winding unit with one end connected with the winding unit, the winding unit
with the input unit wound thereon being received in the receiving chamber, the other end of the input unit protruding from
the opening, the input unit including:

a flexible main body having a first face and a second face;
a sensing electrode layer having a first sensing electrode and a second sensing electrode, the first and second sensing electrodes
being arranged in alignment with each other without contacting each other, the sensing electrode layer being disposed on the
second face of the flexible main body; and

a protection layer correspondingly disposed on the second face of the flexible main body to cover the sensing electrode layer;
a flexible circuit board disposed on a short side of the flexible main body or a long side of the flexible main body and being
electrically connected to the first and second sensing electrodes;

a switch unit being electrically connected to the sensing electrode layer, the switch unit being a solid key for a user to
freely switch the input unit between a keyboard mode and a handwriting tablet mode;

wherein the restriction member is served to fix the input unit in a position where the input unit protrudes from the opening
to an outer side of the case a sufficient amount to be operated; and

wherein by means of the flexible circuit board, the input unit can be connected to other external electronic devices, or by
means of the flexible circuit board, the input unit can be connected to an external power supply to obtain power.

US Pat. No. 9,702,367

CENTRIFUGAL FAN

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A centrifugal fan comprising:
a fan frame, an upper side and a lower side of the fan frame being closed, the fan frame having a plurality of sidewalls between
the upper side and the lower side, an internal receiving space, the fan frame having at least one air inlet and at least one
air outlet in communication with the receiving space, the air inlet and the air outlet being respectively formed on one side
of the fan frame and another side of the fan frame, remaining sides being closed sidewalls with a straight and curved inner
side configuration; and

a fan impeller received in the receiving space, the fan impeller having multiple blades, an extension section and a hub, the
extension section outward extending from an outer circumference of the hub, the blades being disposed on the extension section
in a direction away from the hub, each blade having a front end and a rear end, the rear ends of the blades being annularly
arranged to together define a virtual geometrical configuration, a flow guide space being defined between the virtual geometrical
configuration and the hub, a chord length being defined between the front end and the rear end of the blade, the flow guide
space having a width larger than or equal to the chord length of the blade.

US Pat. No. 9,700,930

HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of a heat dissipation device, comprising steps of:
preparing a first board body and a second board body, wherein a planar raised section is selectively disposed on an outer
surface of the first board body or the second board body for directly contacting a flat surface of a heat source;

disposing at least one capillary structure on and multiple support pillars extending between inner faces of the first and
second board bodies;

mating the first and second board bodies with each other to form a heat dissipation device with a closed chamber, the support
pillars being disposed in the closed chamber, vacuuming the closed chamber, filling a working fluid into the closed chamber
and sealing the heat dissipation device, wherein two ends of each of the support pillar are respectively connected with the
capillary structure on the inner faces of the first and second board bodies; and

mechanically processing the first and second board bodies to form a fixing hole through the closed chamber in the first and
second board bodies and a corresponding support pillar in a position where a selected support pillar is positioned.

US Pat. No. 9,636,779

CONNECTION STRUCTURE APPLIED TO A FAN FOR CONNECTING A METAL MEMBER WITH A SHAFT BY MEANS OF LASER

Asia VItal Components Co....

1. A connection structure applied to a fan for connecting a metal member with a shaft by means of laser welding, comprising:
a single metal member comprising a metal hub having a top section and a skirt section integrally formed with and axially extending
from a periphery of the top section, the top section having an opening, a first side and a second side opposite to the first
side, the opening being formed through a center of the metal member, the top section and the skirt section together defining
a receiving space, multiple holes being formed through the top section and distally spaced from the opening in communication
with the receiving space; and

a shaft inserted in the opening, an outer circumference of the shaft being welded with a circumference of the opening on the
first side to form at least one first welding section between contact sections of the outer circumference of the shaft and
the circumference of the opening on the first side, the first welding section being connected between the outer circumference
of the shaft and the circumference of the opening on the first side to integrally connect the metal member with the shaft;

wherein the outer circumference of the shaft is welded with the circumference of the opening on the first side by means of
laser welding to form the first welding section, the first welding section being annularly arranged along the outer circumference
of the shaft in adjacency to the first side, the outer circumference of the shaft being welded with a circumference of the
opening on the second side of the metal member by means of laser welding to form at least one second welding section between
contact sections of the outer circumference of the shaft and the circumference of the opening on the second side, the second
welding section being annularly arranged along the outer circumference of the shaft in adjacency to the second side.

US Pat. No. 9,574,830

MOUNTING BRACKET FOR HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE HAVING FINS

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation device, comprising: an L-shaped mounting bracket having a first portion, a second portion and a third
portion, the first portion having at least one retaining hole, and the second portion having a mounting section; and
a thermal module including a plurality of discrete radiating fins, to which the mounting bracket is connected; and on the
radiating fins, at least one engaging cut out being provided extending inward from an outer edge of an open lateral side of
a portion of the fins for correspondingly engaging with the mounting bracket, and at least one locking tab portion being formed
on a side of the engaging cut out for correspondingly engaging with the at least one retaining hole of the mounting bracket;

wherein the mounting bracket is inserted into the engaging cut out on the thermal module from the open lateral side of the
radiating fins while the mounting section of the mounting bracket is exposed and protruded out of one end of the thermal module
for connecting the heat dissipation device to an electronic element; and wherein the mounting bracket further has at least
one stopper portion at the third portion adapted to be inserted in between two adjacent radiating fins to thereby stabilize
the location of the mounting bracket.

US Pat. No. 9,535,470

ELECTRONIC SUBSTRATE WITH HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An electronic substrate with heat dissipation structure, comprising: a substrate plate including a wiring layer, a grounding
layer and an insulation layer; the wiring layer having a first side surface and an opposite second side surface, and being
provided with a receiving hole; the first side surface having at least one heat-producing element mounted thereon, and the
receiving hole provided on the wiring layer being extended from a position in the vicinity of the heat-producing element to
another position distant from the heat-producing element while vertically extending through the first and the second side
surface of the wiring layer; the grounding layer having an upper side facing toward the wiring layer and attached to the second
side surface, and a lower side facing away from the wiring layer; and
the insulation layer having an upper side facing toward and attached to the lower side of the grounding layer, and a lower
side facing away from the grounding layer; and

a heat pipe having an upper surface and a lower surface being tightly fitted in the entire receiving hole with the entire
lower surface of the heat pipe in full contact with the upper side of the grounding layer; the heat pipe including a heat-absorption
section and a heat-transfer section extended from the heat-absorption section; the heat-absorption section being fitted in
a portion of the receiving hole located adjacent to the heat-producing element, and the heat-transfer section being fitted
in another portion of the receiving hole located distant from the heat-producing element; wherein the upper surface and the
lower surface of the heat pipe are flush with the first side surface and the second side surface of the wiring layer, respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,533,374

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF A STATOR MODULE OF A FAN

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of a stator module of a fan, comprising steps of:
providing a stator module, the stator module including a silicon steel sheet assembly having a first end, a second end, multiple
splits, multiple outer faces and an insulation support assembly, the outer faces being formed between the adjacent splits;

providing a first cover body of a protection structure to cover the first end of the silicon steel sheet assembly and contact
the insulation support assembly, the first cover body including multiple posts correspondingly inserted in the multiple splits,
two sides of the posts respectively contacting two sides of the outer faces;

providing a second cover body of the protection structure to cover the second end of the silicon steel sheet assembly, the
posts of the first cover body extending to the second cover body the outer faces contacting the first cover body, the second
cover body and the posts; and

using laser welding to weld the junction between the first cover body and the outer faces, the junction between the first
cover body and the insulation support assembly, the junction between two sides of the posts and two sides of the outer faces,
and the junction between the second cover body and the outer faces and the junction between the posts and the second cover
body thereby creating a continuous outer structure.

US Pat. No. 9,957,971

METHOD FOR PREVENTING A FAN FROM BURNING DOWN AT ACTIVATION

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A method for preventing a fan from burning down at activation, comprising steps of:using a central processing unit to detect rotational speed of forward operation of a fan impeller of the fan and defining the rotational speed as a highest backward rotational speed value;
using the central processing unit to detect operation direction of the fan impeller of the fan and rotational speed of backward operation of the fan impeller;
using the central processing unit to activate the fan impeller to operate forward when the fan impeller is blown and moved by return air to rotate forward; and
using the central processing unit to activate a rotation stop control signal to stop the fan impeller when the fan impeller is blown and moved by the return air to rotate backward, if the rotational speed of the rotation stop control signal is smaller than the highest backward rotational speed value, the central processing unit activating the fan to operate forward, if the rotational speed of the rotation stop control signal is larger than the highest backward rotational speed value, the central processing unit making the fan generate a warning signal and keeping providing the rotation stop control signal.

US Pat. No. 9,905,495

THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module, comprising:
a base having a plurality of slots, a plurality of coupling slots, at least one downward opened recess and a bottom, the slots
vertically extending through the base in a thickness direction thereof; the recess being recessed at the bottom and communicable
with the slots; the coupling slots being provided at locations between the slots and outer sides of the base and not extended
all the way through the base;

a radiating fin assembly having a plurality of radiating fins, each of the radiating fins having a heat-dissipation end and
a heat-absorption end; the heat-absorption ends of the radiating fins having a first portion respectively extended through
the slots to downward project from the base, and the downward projected heat-absorption ends being bent to directly bear on
the bottom of the base, and the heat-absorption ends of the radiating fins having a second portion unbent and respectively
inserted into the coupling slots and not extended beyond the coupling slots; and

at least one heat pipe having a vaporizing end and a condensing end; the vaporizing end being correspondingly fitted in the
recess, and having a first side tightly bearing on the heat-absorption ends of the radiating fins and a second side directly
contacting with a heat-producing element; and the condensing end being extended through the heat-dissipation ends of the radiating
fins.

US Pat. No. 9,897,109

FAN VIBRATION DAMPING STRUCTURE AND FAN WITH THE VIBRATION DAMPING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan vibration damping structure comprising a bearing cup, the bearing cup having a bearing hole and a receiving space
in communication with each other, a first bearing and a second bearing being disposed in the receiving space, a third bearing,
an elastic member, and at least one oil seal being disposed between the first and second bearings, an oil being filled between
the first and second bearings.

US Pat. No. 9,887,602

FAN BEARING CUP CONNECTION STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan bearing cup connection structure comprising a bearing cup, a bottom board and a connection member, the bearing cup
having a receiving space, a connected section and a shaft hole, the shaft hole being formed at a top end of the bearing cup
in communication with the receiving space, the connected section being disposed on outer circumference of the other end of
the bearing cup opposite to the shaft hole, the bottom board having an opening, the connected section of the bearing cup being
disposed in the opening of the bottom board, the connection member being disposed between the opening of the bottom board
and the connected section of the bearing cup by means of injection molding to connect the bottom board and the bearing cup,
whereby the bearing cup and the bottom board are tightly connected to further eliminate the problem of vibration of the bearing
cup and the bottom board and the problem of noise;
wherein the connected section of the bearing cup has a groove, a first annular body and a second annular body, the first and
second annular bodies being annularly disposed on outer circumference of the bearing cup to together define the groove, the
first annular body having a beveled portion inclined toward the groove.

US Pat. No. 9,827,607

MOLD FOR MOLDING A CASE OF A MOBILE DEVICE AND MOLDING METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING A CASE OF A MOBILE DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A molding method for manufacturing a case of a mobile device, comprising steps of:
providing a mold for molding a case of a mobile device and a metal thin sheet,
wherein the mold for molding the case of the mobile device, comprises:
a first main body having an upper side and a lower side, a periphery of the first main body having multiple first slide channels;
a second main body correspondingly disposed under a lower side of the first main body, multiple second slide channels being
formed on four corners of the second main body and correspondingly extending to four corners of the first main body;

multiple connection slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the second slide channels and slidable relative to
the first and second main bodies, each connection slide block having a channel;

a third main body correspondingly disposed on right side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the first
main body, the third main body having a first arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

a fourth main body correspondingly disposed on left side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the first
main body, the fourth main body having a second arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

a fifth main body correspondingly disposed on front side of the first main body and horizontally movable relative to the first
main body, the fifth main body having a third arched recess on one side adjacent to the first main body;

multiple first abutment slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the channels and slidable relative to the first
and second main bodies; and

multiple second abutment slide blocks respectively correspondingly inlaid in the first slide channels, the first and second
main bodies and the connection slide blocks and the first and second abutment slide blocks together defining a male mold section,
the third, fourth and fifth main bodies together defining a female mold section, the male and female mold sections being connectable
with each other to form a mold cavity;

placing the metal thin sheet on upper side of the male mold section;
forcedly mating the female mold section with the male mold section to shape the metal thin sheet into a configuration identical
to that of the mold cavity; forcedly separating the female mold section from the male mold section to demold the material;

moving the first abutment slide blocks and the connection slide blocks of the male mold section in a direction away from the
metal thin sheet to demold the metal thin sheet;

moving the second abutment slide blocks of the male mold section in a direction away from the metal thin sheet and removing
the second abutment slide blocks so as to completely demold the shaped case of the mobile device; and

completing the molding process.

US Pat. No. 9,823,028

WATER COOLING DEVICE WITH DETACHABLY ASSEMBLED MODULARIZED UNITS

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A water cooling device with detachably assembled modularized units for application to electronic devices comprising at
least one pump unit and at least one heat exchange unit; and the pump unit and the heat exchange unit being modularized for
the heat exchange unit to be detachably assembled to the pump unit wherein the heat exchange unit and the pump unit are horizontally
positioned side by side; the heat exchange unit having a liquid case and a heat dissipation member; the liquid case internally
defining a heat exchange chamber and having a water inlet and a water outlet; the water inlet being communicable with the
heat exchanger chamber and the water outlet; the water inlet being further in contact with the pump unit and designed for
detachably connecting to the pump unit; the heat exchanger chamber being designed for the cooling liquid to pass through;
and the heat dissipation member being provided in the heat exchange chamber,
wherein the pump unit includes a pump housing and a pump; the pump housing internally defining a pump chamber and having an
inlet and a first outlet communicable with the pump chamber; the pump chamber being designed for a cooling liquid to pass
therethrough; and the pump being positioned in the pump chamber and submerged in the cooling liquid to circulate the cooling
liquid in the pump chamber.

US Pat. No. 9,777,742

CENTRIFUGAL FAN IMPELLER STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A centrifugal fan impeller structure comprising:
a hub having multiple blades, each of the blades having one end connected with a circumference of the hub and extending from
the circumference of the hub in a direction away from the hub, another end of each of the blades being a free end and each
two adjacent blades defining therebetween a flow way, an air outlet and an air inlet, the air outlet and the air inlet being
respectively positioned at two ends of the flow way in communication with the flow way, the air outlets being arranged at
unequal intervals;

wherein each blade has a first end and a second end, the air inlet being defined between the first ends of each two adjacent
blades, the air outlet being defined between the second ends of each two adjacent blades;

wherein the first ends together define a first pitch circle, a tangent of the first pitch circle at the first end being defined
as a first tangent, the blade having a blade central line, a tangent of the blade central line at the first end being defined
as a second tangent, the second tangent intersecting the first tangent to contain an air incoming angle;

wherein the second ends together define a second pitch circle, a tangent of the second pitch circle at the second end being
defined as a third tangent, the blade having a blade central line, a tangent of the blade central line at the second end being
defined as a fourth tangent, the fourth tangent intersecting the third tangent to contain an air outgoing angle, the air outgoing
angles of the blades being unequal; and

wherein the air outlets at the free ends of the blades are arranged un-equidistantly; and
wherein the blades have a similar curved shape, and the first ends of the blades have equal widths.

US Pat. No. 9,739,288

FAN HUB BALANCING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan hub balancing structure comprising a hub main body, the hub main body having a top section, a circumferential section
and a lip section, the circumferential section having an upper end and a lower end, the upper end being connected with a circumference
of the top section, the lower end being connected with an inner circumference of the lip section, the circumferential section
and the top section together defining a receiving space, the lip section outward extending from the lower end in a direction
away from a center of the hub, the lip section having at least one residual weight section on the lip section, after the residual
weight section is removed from the lip section, a balancing section being formed on the lip section; wherein the balancing
section is a perforation formed through the lip section from an upper face to a lower face of the lip section.

US Pat. No. 9,690,341

HEAT INSULATION STRUCTURE FOR HAND-HELD DEVICE AND HAND-HELD DEVICE WITH SAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat insulation structure for a hand-held device, comprising: a holding body having a frame internally defining a receiving
space, a holding section provided in the receiving space wherein the frame is located around the receiving space and extends
perpendicularly to the holding section; a heat insulation space formed between the frame and the holding section so as to
extend completely around an outer periphery of the holding section; and at least one connecting member connecting the frame
and the holding section; wherein the heat insulation space is either vacuum or non-vacuum; and wherein the at least one connecting
member extends completely around the outer periphery of the holding section.

US Pat. No. 9,689,627

WATER-COOLING DEVICE WITH WATERPROOF STATOR AND ROTOR PUMPING UNIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A water-cooling module comprising a main body, the main body having a receiving space and a water room partitioning hoard,
the receiving space being partitioned by the water room partitioning board into a pump chamber and a heat exchange chamber,
the pump chamber and the heat exchange chamber communicating with each other through at least one communication section, a
submersible pump unit being disposed in the pump chamber, a heat transfer unit being disposed in the heat exchange chamber,
a cooling fluid being filled up in the main body to circulate within the pump chamber and the heat exchange chamber such that
the bottom and sides of the pump chamber or the heat exchange chamber are within the cooling fluid;
wherein the submersible pump unit is entirely immersed in the cooling fluid, and the submersible pump unit has a rotor assembly
and a stator assembly being received together in the pump chamber so that the stator assembly is cooled by the cooling fluid,
the stator assembly being enclosed in a waterproof layer, the stator assembly and waterproof layer being immersed in the cooling
fluid with the rotor assembly;

wherein the stator assembly has multiple silicon steel sheets, multiple windings and a circuit board, the silicon steel sheets
and the windings and the circuit board being enclosed in the waterproof layer and cooled by the cooling fluid.

US Pat. No. 9,618,274

THERMAL MODULE WITH ENHANCED ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module with enhanced assembling structure, comprising:
an integrally formed base having a top and a bottom defined as a first side and a second side, respectively, and having a
longitudinal receiving recess formed at a middle area thereof; the receiving recess having a middle portion formed into an
opening that communicates the first side with the second side, and two end portions respectively forming a supporting portion;
the receiving recess being so configured that a first extended arm and a second extended arm are formed at junctions between
two longitudinal sides of the opening of the receiving recess and the first side of the base; and the first and the second
extended arm being respectively formed on a wall surface adjacent to the longitudinal side of the opening with a row of alternating
elevated and sunken areas extending along the entire longitudinal side of the opening; and

a flat heat pipe having a top surface and a bottom surface, and being set in the receiving recess with the bottom surface
fitly contacting with the supporting portions and engaged with the alternating elevated and sunken areas; and the flat heat
pipe being received in the receiving recess whereby two lateral surfaces of the flat heat pipe are suppressed by the first
and the second extended arm with the top surface of the flat heat pipe being flush with the first side of the base.

US Pat. No. 9,909,815

ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE OF HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An assembling structure of heat dissipation device, comprising:
a base seat having a plurality of channels passing through the base seat, the channels having differing shapes;
a plurality of heat pipes, each heat pipe having a heat absorption section received in a channel, at least one heat releasing
section and a curved section connected between the heat absorption section and the heat releasing section, the curved section
having a multi-directional curvature;

a first radiating fin assembly composed of multiple first radiating fins stacked on each other, each first radiating fin having
multiple notches, the curved section with the multi-directional curvature being fitted in the corresponding notch, each notch
being defined with an open side and a closed side opposite to the open side, the closed side extending along a curved outer
side of the curved section and being directly in contact with and attached to the curved outer side of the curved section;
and

a second radiating fin assembly correspondingly connected with the first radiating fin assembly, the second radiating fin
assembly having multiple second radiating fins stacked on each other, each second radiating fin being formed with multiple
perforations, the heat releasing section being fitted in the corresponding perforations.

US Pat. No. 9,895,778

HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT MANUFACTURING METHOD

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation unit manufacturing method, comprising steps of:
providing a base seat and a heat pipe;
forming a channel and multiple perforations on an upper face of the base seat;
placing the heat pipe into the channel and mechanically processing the upper face of the base seat to force the heat pipe
into the channel and the perforations; and

mechanically processing the lower face of the base seat to press the parts of the heat pipe that extrude from the perforations
back into the perforations to be flush with the lower face of the base seat.

US Pat. No. 9,897,390

FIXING STRUCTURE FOR HEAT DISSIPATION ELEMENT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fixing structure for a heat dissipation element, comprising:
a heat transfer element having an outer surface, on which a rightmost outer side and a leftmost outer side are defined, and
a width of the heat transfer element being defined between the rightmost outer side and the leftmost outer side;

a base plate having a top surface, on which a receiving recess is defined for receiving the heat transfer element therein;
the receiving recess having a top opening, a rightmost inner side, and a leftmost inner side located opposite to the rightmost
inner side; the rightmost inner side being located corresponding to the rightmost outer side of the heat transfer element,
whereas the leftmost inner side being located corresponding to the leftmost outer side of the heat transfer element; a width
of the receiving recess being defined between the rightmost inner side and the leftmost inner side and being larger than the
width of the heat transfer element, such that a first clearance is defined between one of the leftmost inner side or the rightmost
inner side of the receiving recess and a corresponding one of the leftmost outer side or the rightmost outer side of the heat
transfer element; and

a first fixing member having a first fixing portion and a first bent portion extended and bent from the first fixing portion;
and the first fixing portion being disposed on the top surface of the base plate, whereas the first bent portion is inserted
into the first clearance, such that the first bent portion is tightly fitted between the one of the leftmost inner side or
the rightmost inner side of the receiving recess and the corresponding one of the leftmost outer side or the rightmost outer
side of the heat transfer element; and

wherein the base plate further has a first shallow recess defined on the top surface and the first shallow recess extends
to the receiving recess, and the first fixing portion of the first fixing member being disposed in the first shallow recess,
such that the first fixing portion of the first fixing member has an up face entirely coplanar with the top surface of the
base plate, and

wherein the fixing member extends only partially across the width of the receiving recess.

US Pat. No. 9,851,158

HEAT SINK STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat sink structure comprising:
a main body having a first end and a second end, the first and second ends defining a longitudinal direction, multiple main
body connection sections being defined between the first and second ends and disposed on a circumference face of the main
body, the multiple main body connection sections adjoined in spaced relation with each other a smooth segment of an outer
surface of the main body being between the main body connection sections; and

multiple first radiating fins connected with the circumference of the main body, each first radiating fin having a first connection
section corresponding to the main body connection section, a compressed air machine used to generate compressed air to drive
the main body toward the first radiating fins, whereby the first connection sections of the first radiating fins are thrust
from the first end of the main body into the main body connection sections and moved in the longitudinal direction to the
second end to tightly fit in the main body connection sections of the main body, the segments of outer surface between the
main body connection sections remaining unaffected, the first connection section of each radiating fin having a thickness,
the main body connection section having a recess width initially slightly smaller than the thickness of the first connection
section;

wherein the main body is formed with multiple thrust sections of a width slightly larger than that of the main body connection
sections at one end of the main body connection sections; and

wherein one of the main body connection section and the first connection section is formed with a raised/recessed non-planar
surface, while the other of the main body connection section and the first connection section is formed with a planar surface
or a raised/recessed non-planar surface.

US Pat. No. 9,777,743

CENTRIFUGAL FAN IMPELLER STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A centrifugal fan impeller structure comprising:
a hub having an extension section, the extension section having multiple extending arms and an annular body, two ends of each
of the extending arms being respectively connected with the huh and the annular body, each two adjacent extending anus defining
therebetween a through hole; and

a blade body set having multiple blade bodies, the blade bodies outward extending from the annular body of the extension section
of the hub, each two adjacent blade bodies defining therebetween a flow way, an air outlet and an air inlet, the air outlet
and the air inlet being respectively positioned at two ends of the flow way in communication with the flow way, the air outlets
being arranged at unequal intervals, the air inlets being arranged at equal intervals;

wherein each blade body has a first end and a second end, the air inlet being defined between the first ends of each two adjacent
blade bodies, the air outlet being defined between the second ends of each two adjacent blade bodies;

wherein the first ends together define a first pitch circle, a tangent of the first pitch circle at the first end being defined
as a first tangent, the blade body having a blade central line, a tangent of the blade body central line at the first end
being defined as a second tangent, the second tangent intersecting the first tangent to contain an air incoming angle;

wherein the second ends together define a second pitch circle, a tangent of the second pitch circle at the second end being
defined as a third tangent, the blade body having a blade body central line, a tangent of the blade body central line at the
second end being defined as a fourth tangent, the fourth tangent intersecting the third tangent to contain an air outgoing
angle, the air outgoing angles of the blades being unequal; and

wherein the air outgoing angles of the adjacent blade bodies are different, and the blade bodies with different air outgoing
angles are positioned on the extending section of the hub.

US Pat. No. 9,772,143

THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module comprising:
a first heat transfer member being a vapor chamber and having a first chamber in which a first capillary structure is disposed
on an inner wall; and

a second heat transfer member being a heat pipe and having a U-shape and a second chamber and a conduction section formed
by or disposed between free ends of the U-shape wherein said conduction section of said second heat transfer member is inserted
in the first chamber of the first heat transfer member, the second chamber and the first chamber being not communicable with
each other, a second capillary structure being disposed in the second chamber, the conduction section being received in the
first chamber, a third capillary structure being fixed on an outer surface of the second heat transfer member and extending
beyond the conduction section itself and including the conduction section being in contact with the first capillary structure
on the inner wall of the first chamber, wherein the third capillary structure remains fixed on the outer surface of the second
heat transfer member, and the first capillary structure is different from the third capillary structure, a working fluid being
respectively filled in the first and second chambers and isolated; and

wherein the first capillary structure disposed on the inner wall of the first chamber and the third capillary structure attached
to the outer surface of the second heat transfer member itself are selected from a group consisting of fiber bodies, sintered
powder bodies, channeled structures, hydrophilic coatings and mesh bodies, each of the first and third capillary structures
being the same kind of capillary structure or a combination of different kinds of capillary structures.

US Pat. No. 10,138,895

FAN ROTOR MECHANISM

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan rotor mechanism comprising:a fan impeller having a hub and multiple fan blades, the hub having a first top section and a first peripheral section axially extending from a periphery of the first top section, the first top section and the first peripheral section together defining a receiving space, the fan blades being annularly disposed on an outer circumference of the first peripheral section;
a case received in the receiving space, the case having a receptacle for receiving therein at least one magnetic component, the case and the magnetic component defining therebetween a filling gap, the case being formed with at least one perforation in communication with the filling gap; and
an adhesive body filled up in the filling gap.

US Pat. No. 9,997,966

STATOR FIXING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A stator fixing structure, comprising:a tube having an outer surface defining an outer diameter, and a stator set being fitted around the outer surface, the stator set having a magnetic conductive member and an insulation member, the insulation member having a center hole, an upper insulation portion and a lower insulation portion, the center hole having a diameter equal to the outer diameter of the tube and an inner surface next to the outer surface of the tube; and
a fixing member being fitted around the outer surface of the tube to axially fix the stator set thereunder, and having a main body, which has an engaging unit and a contact surface; the engaging unit being circumferentially extended from the main body towards a center of the main body to form a plurality of free ends to press against the outer surface of the tube; and the contact surface being axially tightly in contact with the stator set to prevent the stator set from sliding; and
wherein the fixing member is located on the upper insulation portion of the insulation member, the contact surface of the main body of the fixing member being tightly in contact with a top side of the upper insulation portion of the insulation member and axially pressed against the stator set under the fixing member.

US Pat. No. 9,897,393

HEAT DISSIPATING MODULE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipating module, comprising:
a first flat shell body defining a first chamber and having a plurality of first holes communicating with the first chamber,
wherein the first chamber has a first wick structure disposed therein and a top side spaced with the first holes correspondingly;
and

a plurality of second flat shell bodies each defining a second chamber and having at least one second hole communicating with
the second chamber, wherein the second chamber is provided with a working fluid and a second wick structure therein, wherein
the second chamber has a bottom side spaced with the second hole correspondingly, wherein each of the second flat shell bodies
is connected to the first flat shell body through a heat pipe having a heat pipe channel and a heat pipe wick structure, wherein
the heat pipe channel is connected to the second chamber and the first chamber, wherein the heat pipe wick structure is disposed
in the heat pipe channel and connected to the first wick structure and the second wick structure by a capillary connection,

wherein the first flat shell body is disposed above the second flat shell bodies,
wherein the second flat shell bodies are disposed to a left-and-right arrangement below the first flat shell body.

US Pat. No. 9,890,795

COOLING FAN STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A cooling fan structure, comprising:
a housing being integrally formed and including a first frame, a second frame, and a connecting spacer set connected to between
the first and second frames to space them apart by a predetermined distance and define an open space therebetween; the first
frame internally defining a first receiving space, whereas the second frame internally defining a second receiving space;
and the first and the second receiving space being axially communicable with the open space;

a multistage fan wheel being located is in the housing and including a hub, around which a group of first rotor blades and
a group of second rotor blades are formed and axially spaced, such that a bladeless zone is defined on the hub between the
first and the second rotor blades; the first rotor blades being located in the first receiving space; the second rotor blades
being located in the second receiving space; and the bladeless zone being located in the open space;

a stator-blade unit set including a first and a second stator-blade unit, which are radially removably assembled into the
open space of the housing to circumferentially close the open space; the first and the second stator-blade unit respectively
having a first and a second inner wall surface and a first and a second free end; a plurality of first air-guiding members
being provided on the first inner wall surface to radially extend into the open space, whereas a plurality of second air-guiding
members being provided on the second inner wall surface to radially extend into the open space; and the first and the second
free end being located in the open space corresponding to the bladeless zone of the multistage fan wheel; and

wherein the connecting spacer set includes a first and a second connecting spacer, which are located on the housing at two
diagonally opposite positions; and the first connecting spacer having a first and a second lateral face, whereas the second
connecting spacer having a third and fourth lateral face.

US Pat. No. 9,879,920

VAPOR CHAMBER STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A vapor chamber structure comprising:
a first board body having a first face and a second face, the second face having a hooked section composed of multiple loop
bodies and defining a capillary structure layer;

a second board body assembled and connected with the first board body, the second board body having a third face and a fourth
face, a chamber being defined between the third face and the second third of the first board body, and multiple hook bodies
forming a hook section disposed on the third face, the hook section and the hooked section connecting with each other by passing
hook bodies of the hook section through loop bodies of the hooked section.

US Pat. No. 10,018,429

APPARATUS BODY HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. An apparatus body heat dissipation device comprising:an apparatus case having at least one first opening, at least one second opening, at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member and a receiving space in communication with the at least one first and second openings; the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member extending from a bottom section of the apparatus case to a top section of the apparatus case;
at least one plate body disposed in the receiving space, the at least one plate body having a first section and a second section positioned adjacent to the at least one first and second openings respectively and a middle section between the first and second sections; the at least one plate body further having a perforation formed in a position where each at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member is positioned, the perforation having a shape with a length greater than a width, the width corresponding to the diameter of the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member and the length extending parallel to a longitudinal direction of the receiving space, such that the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member passes through the perforation;
at least one drive member disposed on the apparatus case and attached to move and lift the at least one plate body, the at least one drive member serving to drive the at least one plate body to move within the receiving space up and down along the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member and wherein the movement of the at least one plate body up and down along the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member produces air convection between the at least one first and second openings; and
a drive unit being connected to the at least one drive member to provide 90-degree back and forth rotation of the at least one drive member which causes the at least one plate body to move up and down along the at least one cylindrically-shaped locating member according to the position of the at least one drive member;
wherein the at least one drive member is a cam.

US Pat. No. 9,997,965

STATOR STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A stator structure comprising at least one first silicon steel sheet and at least one second silicon steel sheet, the first and second silicon steel sheets being stacked together and each having multiple poles extending outwardly, a pole of the first silicon steel sheet having a free end, an end face of the free end of the pole extending vertically so as to form an extension section extending normal and circumferentially to the first silicon steel sheet, the extension section having multiple protrusion blocks, each two adjacent protrusion blocks defining therebetween an open recess, wherein the protrusion blocks and the respective open recess are alternately arranged at unequal intervals within each extension section so as to increase the total magnetic induction area of the main body and reduce eddy loss.

US Pat. No. 9,998,038

FAN MOTOR POWER-OFF AUTOMATIC BRAKING CIRCUIT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A fan motor power-off automatic braking circuit comprising:an energy storage unit for receiving and storing an operation voltage;
a motor drive circuit having multiple upper arm switch components, multiple lower arm switch components, a first drive unit and a second drive unit, a first end of the upper arm switch components being electrically connected with the energy storage unit to receive the operation voltage, a second end of the upper arm switch components being respectively electrically connected with a first end of the lower arm switch components and a motor winding, a second end of the lower arm switch components being connected with a grounding terminal, a first end of the first and second drive units being respectively electrically connected with a corresponding third end of the upper arm switch components;
a control unit electrically connected with a corresponding third end of the lower arm switch components and a second end of the first and second drive units; and
a resistance unit, one end of the resistance unit being electrically connected with an input power, the other end of the resistance unit being electrically connected with a corresponding third end of the first and second drive units, a fourth end of the first and second drive units being electrically connected with the grounding terminal, when the fan is powered off, the upper arm switch components receiving the operation voltage provided by the energy storage unit and being switched on, while the lower arm switch components failing to receive the operation voltage and being not switched on, whereby the upper arm switch components and the motor winding form a closed loop to achieve braking effect.

US Pat. No. 9,987,712

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF FLAT-PLATE HEAT PIPE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A manufacturing method of flat-plate heat pipe, comprising steps of:providing a first board body, a second board body, and a pair of opposed, elongate capillary structures;
affixing the pair of capillary structures between the first board body and the second board body such that each capillary structure extends along a corresponding one of two opposed long side edges of the first and second board bodies and provides a working fluid sucking wick and support structure;
overlapping and mating the first and second board bodies with each other and sealing open peripheries of the first and second board bodies to form a flat tubular main body with a reserved air-sucking and working fluid filling section, wherein the capillary structures and the first and second board bodies together define a medially arranged vapor passage where each capillary structure is disposed at one of two opposed long side edges of the medially arranged vapor passage wherein top surfaces of the pair of capillary structures are touching an inside surface of the first board body and bottom surfaces of the pair of capillary structures are touching an inside surface of the second board body;
forming and disposing multiple channels on one side of the second board body opposite to the first board body by means of mechanical processing to form a heat absorption section arranged at only one end of the flat-plate heat pipe and between and adjacent inner long edges of each capillary structure and wherein the channels are only positioned on the heat absorption section and transversely and longitudinally intersect each other so that liquid working fluid can also go back to the heat absorption section in a radial direction Y; and
vacuuming the flat tubular main body and filling working fluid into the flat tubular main body and sealing the air-sucking and working fluid filling section.

US Pat. No. 9,976,813

HEAT PIPE FIXING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat pipe fixing structure comprising:a heat pipe having a main body having a first side, a second side opposite the first side, and a lateral third side;
a carrier body having a channel, the channel having an open first side, a closed second side opposite the open first side, and a lateral wall, the lateral wall having a protruded fixed part at the open first side and a recess under the protruded fixed part, the heat pipe being disposed in the channel with the lateral third side within the recess and with the first side and the second side of the heat pipe respectively corresponding to the open first side and the closed second side of the channel; and
a first fixing member comprising a fixed portion disposed on an upper surface of the carrier body and multiple protrusions horizontally extending from a long edge of the fixed portion over the channel so as to contact the first side of the heat pipe, such that only the protrusions of the first fixing member press and abut against the heat pipe to fix the same;
wherein the protrusions extend only partially over a width of the heat pipe.

US Pat. No. 10,082,340

HEAT PIPE STRUCTURE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A flexible heat pipe structure comprising a main body, the main body having a first board body, a second board body, a capillary structure and a working fluid, the first and second board bodies being overlapped and mated with each other to hold the capillary structure, the capillary structure comprising at least one rectangular passage, a plurality of long sections and a plurality of short sections, each of the short sections being connected to two ends of the long sections, such that the long and short sections are connected with each other to surround the at least one rectangular passage, one of the first and second board bodies being integrally formed with elongate protrusion sections protruding toward the other board body, the protrusion sections being attached to the long sections of the capillary structure in adjacency to the rectangular passage; wherein the at least one rectangular passage serves as a passage of a vapor, and the protrusion serves as a structure body for separating a vapor working fluid and a liquid working fluid from each other or for condensing the liquid working fluid in a manner such that the vapor working fluid circulates within the rectangular passage in an axial direction X of the main body, while the liquid working fluid circulates within the capillary structure in a radial direction Y of the main body and in the axial direction X of the main body in reverse to a spreading direction of the vapor working fluid.

US Pat. No. 10,016,857

METHOD OF REMOVING INEFFECTIVE PORTION OF FLAT HEAT PIPE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A method of removing an ineffective portion of flat heat pipe, comprising the following steps:providing a flat heat pipe internally defining a vacuum chamber, which is filled with a working fluid and has at least one wick structure formed on an inner wall surface thereof so as to define a wick-containing space with the at least one wick structure extending an entire length of the wick-containing space and an adjacent wick-free space lacking the at least one wick structure;
flattening out at least the wick-free space, and then sealing the flat heat pipe by welding, such that the flattened wick-free space defines a remainder section adjacent the wick-containing space and a cut-away section distal the wick-containing space; and
cutting away the flattened and sealed cut-away section, so that the wick-free space of the flat heat pipe is removed and only the wick-containing space remains.

US Pat. No. 10,016,859

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF THERMAL MODULE ASSEMBLING STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A manufacturing method of thermal module assembling structure comprising steps of:providing a base seat with a channel and an elongate heat pipe defining a longitudinal direction and length; and
placing a first end of the heat pipe in the channel and mechanically processing a first side of the base seat in adjacency to the channel to form at least one hole extending only partially along a longitudinal length of the channel and at least one protrusion section extending only partially along the longitudinal length of the channel and protruding from at least one lateral inner wall of the channel and such that at least one corresponding insertion recess extending only partially along the longitudinal length of the channel is formed on the first end of the heat pipe, wherein the protrusion section is fitted and inserted in the corresponding insertion recess to integrally connect the heat pipe with the base seat so as to form an interference fit between the base seat and the elongate heat pipe and so as to restrain relative movement in the longitudinal direction therebetween.

US Pat. No. 10,019,046

INTERNAL FRAME STRUCTURE WITH HEAT INSULATION EFFECT AND ELECTRONIC APPARATUS WITH THE INTERNAL FRAME STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An internal frame structure with heat insulation effect, comprising:a main body provided with multiple mounting structures to associate with one or more internal electronic components and configured as a flat-plate heat pipe or a heat spreader or a vapor chamber and having an internal closed chamber with a capillary structure and a working fluid disposed in the closed chamber wherein heat generated by the one or more internal electronic components is spread over the main body by a vapor-liquid circulation of the working fluid taking place in the internal closed chamber;
a frame unit exposed to an external environment as a holding section and located around a peripheral edge of the main body and extending perpendicularly to the main body; and
a heat insulation layer sandwiched between the main body and the frame unit and positioned on at least two opposite outer sides of the peripheral edge of the main body to insulate the heat of the internal closed chamber of the main body from being transferred to the frame unit, the heat insulation layer having a first side connected with and completely covering corresponding peripheral faces of the main body and a second side connected with and only partially covering corresponding interior peripheral faces of the frame unit.

US Pat. No. 9,989,321

HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation device, comprising:a heat dissipation member having a plurality of heat radiation fins;
a vapor chamber having a first side and a second side, the second side being attached to the heat dissipation member, a raised portion being formed at a central portion of the first side, and two opposite lateral edges of the vapor chamber being respectively provided with at least one connection portion; and
a reinforcing member being connected to the first side of the vapor chamber, and two opposite lateral edges thereof being respectively formed with at least one mating connection portion for correspondingly connecting to the connection portion; and the reinforcing member being provided at a central portion with an opening;
wherein the reinforcing member has an outer side and an inner side, the outer side being provided with at least one U-shaped raised rib portion, such that the inner side is formed at a position corresponding to the raised rib portion with at least one groove, and the raised rib portion being distributed over the top side of the reinforcing member;
wherein the heat dissipation member and the vapor chamber are disposed on the same side of the reinforcing member so as the heat dissipation device can bear a locking force; and
wherein the vapor chamber has four corners respectively each formed with at least one through hole; and each through hole is located at a position corresponding to and communicating with a hole on the reinforcing member.

US Pat. No. 10,107,558

THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module used to contact a heat source with a heat surface, the thermal module comprising a vapor chamber having multiple sub-vapor chambers, each vapor chamber comprising an independent compartment, adjoining each other, and a single partition board disposed between each two sub-vapor chambers to partition the sub-vapor chambers, each sub-vapor chamber communicating with an open end of at least one independent heat pipe extending laterally from a side of each sub-vapor chamber, the open end communicating with a heat pipe chamber in the heat pipe, whereby the sub-vapor chambers communicate with separate heat pipe chambers, respectively;wherein the heat surface of the heat source has a plurality of sections having different temperatures, and a sub-vapor chamber is respectively in alignment and contact with each of the plurality of different temperature sections of the heat surface of the heat source.

US Pat. No. 10,107,559

HEAT DISSIPATION COMPONENT

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation component comprising:a first main body having an enclosed first chamber;
a second main body having an enclosed second chamber;
a first tubular body having a first end, a second end and a first flow way, the first and second ends being respectively connected with the first and second main bodies, the first flow way communicating with the enclosed first and second chambers;
a third main body having an enclosed third chamber;
a second tubular body having a third end, a fourth end and a second flow way, the second tubular body being passed through the second main body and the first flow way of the first tubular body, the third and fourth ends being respectively connected with the first and third main bodies, the second flow way communicating with the enclosed first and third chambers; and
a working fluid filled in the enclosed first, second and third chambers.

US Pat. No. 10,101,779

HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT OF HANDHELD ELECTRONIC DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipation unit of a handheld electronic device comprising a cover having a ceramic layer and a heat dissipation layer, the ceramic layer being made of ceramic material having properties of heat-resistance and low thermal expansion coefficient, the heat dissipation layer being a heat dissipation conductor, wherein the cover is assembled with a handheld electronic device, the ceramic layer and the heat dissipation layer being respectively positioned in the handheld electronic device and outside the handheld electronic device and the ceramic layer being in direct contact with a heat source so that heat generated inside the handheld electronic device is directly absorbed and conducted from the ceramic layer to the heat dissipation layer for dissipating, wherein the heat generated by the heat source is transferred from the ceramic layer to the heat dissipation layer by way of contact conduction.

US Pat. No. 10,024,326

SERIES FAN WITH SUPPORT FRAME

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A series fan with support frame, comprising:a first fan;
a second fan; and
a support frame, the support frame being a hollow support frame, the support frame having a first receiving space, a second receiving space, an inlet, an outlet and an inclined passage in communication with the inlet and the outlet, the first and second receiving spaces being respectively positioned in the support frame in adjacency to the inlet and the outlet, the first and second fans being respectively correspondingly received in the first and second receiving spaces, the inclined passage being positioned between the first and second receiving spaces, a first virtual central line of the first fan and a second virtual central line of the second fan intersecting each other in the inclined passage,
wherein an inward raised section is formed on inner side of the support frame, the raised section being positioned in the inclined passage, the raised section having a first end face and a second end face, the first and second end faces being respectively oppositely positioned in the first and second receiving spaces, the bottom sections of the first and second fans received in the first and second receiving spaces being respectively correspondingly attached to the first and second end faces.

US Pat. No. 10,251,306

WATER COOLING HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

7. A water cooling heat dissipation structure, comprising:a first plate;
a second plate;
a plurality of heat dissipation members located between the first plate and the second plate and stacked together to form a water cooling heat dissipation body, each of the heat dissipation members having at least one groove extended therethrough and a plurality of turbulent areas provided therein; the at least one groove of the heat dissipation members being stacked to form at least one flow passage; respective turbulent areas of adjacent heat dissipation members being in contact with each other and stacked to form a plurality of turbulent sections located in the at least one flow passage; and one side of both the first and the second plates being respectively attached to a top and a bottom side of the water cooling heat dissipation body to secure two sides of the at least one flow passage;
a first connecting portion provided on one side of the water cooling heat dissipation body; and
a second connecting portion provided on another side of the water cooling heat dissipation body; the first and the second connecting portion being respectively provided on and communicable with two ends of the at least one flow passage of the water cooling heat dissipation body; and wherein each heat dissipation member has a plurality of first heat radiation fins; wherein the first plate has a first flow passage covering section and a plurality of second heat radiation fins; the first flow passage covering section having one side correspondingly connected to the top side of the water cooling heat dissipation body to secure the top side of the at least one flow passage.

US Pat. No. 10,114,430

HEAT DISSIPATION STRUCTURE FOR MOBILE DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation structure for a mobile device, comprising:an element holding member including an element holding portion and a cooling module set in the element holding portion; the element holding portion having a first side and an opposite second side, and the cooling module being a unitary structure having a cold surface and an opposite hot surface; and the cooling module being set in the element holding portion with the cold surface and the hot surface being flush with the first side and the second side, respectively;
wherein the first side of the element holding portion has a plurality of electronic elements disposed thereon in the element holding member; and the electronic elements including at least one heat source; and the heat source being attached to or located abutting the cold surface of the cooling module;
wherein the second side of the element holding portion has at least one heat dissipation element held thereto; the at least one heat dissipation element being attached to or located abutting the hot surface of the cooling module; and the heat dissipation element being selected from a group consisting of a copper sheet, a vapor chamber, a heat pipe, a piece of graphite, and a piece of graphene; and
wherein the element holding member further includes a plurality of receiving spaces, which each of the receiving spaces has an open side and an opposite closed side, the electronic elements disposed in a first one of the receiving spaces on the first side of the element holding portion, and the at least one heat dissipation element disposed in a second one of the receiving spaces on the second side of the element holding portion.

US Pat. No. 10,100,840

FAN WHEEL STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A fan wheel structure, comprising:a cover body having a clamping side and a plurality of joining grooves spaced around the cover body, wherein a snap fastener is disposed in each of the joining grooves;
a hub having a top surface and a receiving space defined on the top surface, wherein the clamping side of the cover body is combined with the top surface; and
a plurality of fan blades combined circularly with the cover body, wherein each of the fan blades has a joining end facing a center of the hub and protruding radially into the receiving space and a free end facing opposite to the center of the hub and protruding out of the hub, wherein the joining end is combined with the joining groove of the cover body and has a connecting gap snapped by the snap fastener in the joining groove to fix the fan blades.

US Pat. No. 10,048,017

HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A heat dissipation unit, comprising:a casing having a casing chamber containing therein casing capillaries and a working fluid, the casing chamber having a casing inner wall defined with a capillary-free region toward an end of the casing and adjacent to an opening in the casing chamber, the casing capillaries being disposed on the casing inner wall and being positioned relative to the capillary-free region; and
a heat pipe having a closed end, an open end and a heat pipe wall, with the heat pipe wall having an outer side and an inner side, wherein the inner side defines a heat pipe chamber in communication with the open end such that heat pipe capillaries are disposed on the inner side of the heat pipe wall and extend from the heat pipe chamber to the open end,
wherein the open end of the heat pipe is inserted into the casing chamber through said opening to allow the heat pipe chamber to be in communication with the casing chamber through the open end, and the heat pipe capillaries are in capillary connection with the casing capillaries wherein the casing capillaries are defined with a first thickness, the heat pipe wall with a second thickness, and the heat pipe capillaries with a third thickness, wherein the first thickness equals a sum of the second thickness and the third thickness.

US Pat. No. 10,123,459

THERMAL MODULE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A thermal module comprising:a heat dissipation unit having a first main body and a second main body, the first main body having a first surface and a second surface, the second main body having a third surface and a fourth surface, two ends of a tubular body being respectively connected with the first and third surfaces, the first and second main bodies and the tubular body together defining a receiving space;
a first radiating fin assembly disposed in the receiving space, at least one protrusion section protruding from one side of the first radiating fin assembly, the protrusion section being formed with a first slope and a second slope and having a free protrusion end; and
a second radiating fin assembly disposed in the receiving space and assembled with the first radiating fin assembly, at least one notch being formed on one side of the second radiating fin assembly accepting the protrusion section, the notch being formed with a third slope and a fourth slope, the third slope being in contact with the first slope, the free protrusion end of the protrusion section being positioned along the third slope spaced from the fourth shape to separate the first radiating fin assembly and the second radiating fin assembly in the receiving space, a gap being formed between the fourth and second slopes, a separated space being defined between the first and second radiating fin assemblies in communication with the gap.

US Pat. No. 10,184,477

SERIES FAN INCLINATION STRUCTURE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A non-coaxial series fan structure comprising:an inclined fan frame body assembly having a receiving space including:
a first rotor space,
a second rotor space,
a flow guide passage,
a first base seat obliquely disposed in the first rotor space and having multiple first support sections, and
a second base seat obliquely disposed in the second rotor space and having multiple second support sections, the first and second support sections being connected to an inner wall of the inclined fan frame body assembly and the first and the second support sections each configured as static inclined blade structures, the flow guide passage being formed between the first and second base seats in communication with the first and second rotor spaces;
a first rotor assembly disposed on the first base seat; and
a second rotor assembly disposed on the second base seat, wherein the first and second rotor assemblies are disposed in a non-coaxial, series arrangement such that the first rotor assembly drives an airflow to pass through the second rotor assembly, a flow direction and pattern of the airflow entering the non-coaxial series fan structure changing therein so as to destroy development of an audio frequency dipole.

US Pat. No. 10,119,766

HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A heat dissipation device, comprising:a housing having a housing chamber and at least one opening; the housing chamber having a working fluid and a housing wick structure forming on an inner surface of the housing chamber; and the opening is extended through a top side of the housing and communicated with the housing chamber;
a heat pipe having a heat pipe wall, a closed end, and an open end; the heat pipe wall having an outer and an inner side; an extended portion in which the heat pipe wall is partially cut away as a notch being integrally extended from the open end, the inner side of the heat pipe wall internally defining a heat pipe chamber communicated with the open end, and a heat pipe wick structure formed on the inner side of the heat pipe wall; and
the open end of the heat pipe being inserted into the opening of the housing, and the extended portion of the open end of the heat pipe being connected to a bottom side of the housing chamber with an upper edge of the notch being flush with the upper wick structure of the housing and a vertical edge of the notch perpendicular to the top upper edge of the notch and forming a housing support; the heat pipe chamber being connected to the housing chamber via the open end of the heat pipe, and the heat pipe wick structure being in contact with the housing wick structure.

US Pat. No. 10,107,557

INTEGRATED HEAT DISSIPATION DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. An integrated heat dissipation device comprising:at least one first case defining a first case chamber, the first case having at least one first perforation in communication with the first case chamber, a first case capillary structure being disposed in the first case chamber, the first case chamber having an inner top side spaced from and opposite to the first perforation;
a second case disposed below the at least one first case and defining a second case chamber, the second case having at least one second perforation and multiple third perforations in communication with the second case chamber, a second case capillary structure being disposed in the second case chamber;
multiple third cases disposed below the second case, each of the third cases defining a third case chamber, the third case having at least one fourth perforation in communication with the third case chamber, a working fluid being contained in the third case chamber, a third case capillary structure being disposed in the third case chamber, the third case chamber having an inner bottom side spaced from and opposite to the fourth perforation;
multiple first heat pipes, each first heat pipe having a first heat pipe passage, two ends of the first heat pipe being respectively inserted in the corresponding third and fourth perforations, the first heat pipe passage communicating with the second and third case chambers, a first heat pipe capillary structure being disposed in the first heat pipe passage in connection with the second and third case capillary structures;
at least one second heat pipes, the second heat pipe having a second heat pipe passage, one end of the second heat pipe being inserted in the corresponding first perforation, the other end of the second heat pipe being passed through the first heat pipe passage and the corresponding second perforation into the corresponding third case chamber, the second heat pipe passage communicating with the first case chamber and the corresponding third case chamber, a second heat pipe capillary structure being disposed in the second heat pipe passage in connection with the first case capillary structure and the corresponding third case capillary structure, wherein each first heat pipe is concentrically mounted on an outside of the at least one second heat pipes, respectively, and wherein the first heat pipe passage surrounds a part of the at least one second heat pipes; and
a working fluid in the third case chamber configured to flow through the first heat pipe passage to the second case chamber and from the second case chamber through the first heat pipe passage back into the third case chamber via gravity and capillary attraction so as to define a first vapor liquid circulation and the working fluid in the third case chamber further configured to flow through the second heat pipe passage to the first case chamber and from the first case chamber through the second heat pipe passage back into the third case chamber via gravity and capillary attraction so as to define a second vapor liquid circulation.

US Pat. No. 10,185,351

FOLDABLE WATER-COOLING DEVICE

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A foldable water-cooling device comprising:a pump unit consisting of a pump case, a driver, a first top board, a pump chamber, a first inlet, a first outlet, and a first pivotal connection section integrally formed on a same side as the first outlet, the first inlet and the first outlet communicating with the pump chamber, the driver disposed in the pump chamber and immerged in a cooling liquid;
a heat exchange unit having a liquid reservoir case and a heat dissipation member, the liquid reservoir case having a heat exchange chamber, a second inlet and a second outlet, the liquid reservoir case integrally formed with a second pivotal connection section on a same side as the second inlet, the second inlet and the second outlet communicating with the heat exchange chamber, the heat exchange chamber for the cooling liquid to pass through, a heat exchange face facing the heat exchange chamber and a heat contact face facing opposite to the heat exchange face and contacting a heat source;
a pivot unit having a first mating section, a second mating section, and a hollow section, the first mating section correspondingly pivotally connected with the first pivotal connection section about a first axis, the second mating section correspondingly pivotally connected with the second pivotal connection section about a second axis, wherein the first and second axes are displaced from one another, the first and second mating sections being directly connected to the pump case and the liquid reservoir case respectively, the pump unit and the heat exchange unit foldable around the pivot unit from a horizontal position to an upper and lower overlapping position; and
a tube body passing through the hollow section, the tube body having a first water outlet and a second water outlet, the first water outlet correspondingly connected with the first outlet, the second water outlet correspondingly connected with the second inlet, the foldable water-cooling device mounted in an electronic device.

US Pat. No. 10,132,571

KNOCKDOWN HEAT DISSIPATION UNIT

ASIA VITAL COMPONENTS CO....

1. A knockdown heat dissipation unit comprising:a plurality of combination bodies each having a top side, a bottom side, and a concave connection section on each of two opposite lateral sides, the concave connection sections formed with rough surfaces; and
a plurality of heat pipes each having a top side, a bottom side, and a convex connection section on each of two opposite lateral sides;
wherein each of the plurality of combination bodies and each of the plurality of heat pipes are alternately arranged along a horizontal direction such that the convex connection sections adjacent to the concave connection sections are engaged by the rough surfaces for more tightly connecting the plurality of combination bodies with the plurality of heat pipes;
wherein the top sides of the plurality of combination bodies and the top sides of the plurality of heat pipes are coplanar and jointly form a composite top surface that extends in the horizontal direction; and
wherein the bottom sides of the plurality of combination bodies and the bottom sides of the plurality of heat pipes are coplanar and jointly form a composite thermal contact surface that extends in the horizontal direction.

US Pat. No. 10,112,272

MANUFACTURING METHOD OF VAPOR CHAMBER

Asia Vital Components Co....

1. A manufacturing method of vapor chamber, comprising steps of:providing a first board body and a second board body;
using mechanical processing to form a hooked section structure on one face of the first board body, the hooked section structure being defined as a capillary structure layer;
using mechanical processing to form a hook section structure as a support structure on one face of the second board body; and
correspondingly mating the first and second board bodies with each other to form a chamber, and make the hook section and the hooked section contact and hook and connect with each other and sealing the periphery of the first and second board bodies and vacuuming the first and second board bodies and filling therein a working fluid, so as to form a vapor chamber with a vacuum chamber and sealed periphery, such that the hook section contacts, hooks and connects with the hooked section to provide a drag effect for the first and second board bodies to avoid a thermal expansion problem taking place when the vapor chamber is heated.