US Pat. No. 10,111,329

FLEXIBLE FLAT CABLE STRUCTURE CAPABLE OF IMPROVING CROSSTALK INTERFERENCE

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. A flexible flat cable structure capable of improving crosstalk interference, comprising:a plurality of telecommunication signal conductors, separately arranged with respect to each other, and provided for transmitting a differential signal;
two support members, installed on two lateral sides of the plurality of telecommunication signal conductors respectively;
at least one filled material, disposed between the plurality of telecommunication signal conductors;
wherein, the ratio of the equivalent dielectric constant of the filled material to the equivalent dielectric constant of each support member falls within a range of 0.39˜0.27, and the ratio of the thickness of the filled material to the thickness of each support member falls within a range of 1.49˜1.37; and the flexible flat cable structure capable of eliminating crosstalk interference effectively, and
wherein each support member is made of polyester.

US Pat. No. 9,730,348

FLIP COVER STRUCTURE FOR CHASSIS

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. A flip cover structure for a chassis, and the chassis comprising:
a casing, having an accommodating space for accommodating electronic devices and components, and the accommodating space having
an opening;

a cover, pivotally installed to the casing, and covered onto the opening of the casing, and the cover and the casing forming
a box body;

a stopping member, fixed onto the casing, and disposed adjacent to the pivoting position of the casing and the cover, and
extended parallelly in a direction towards the opening of the accommodating space; and

a fixing component, installed onto the cover, and configured to be corresponsive to the stopping member, and having a fixing
member fixed onto a surface of the casing facing the cover, and a control member made of a plastic material and included between
the fixing member and the cover, and the control member moving back and forth between the fixing member and the cover, and
the control member having an acting member integrally formed with the control member, and the acting member being situated
at a stressed state when assembled;

thereby, when the cover covered onto the casing is flipped upward to change the original stressed state of the acting member
into a released state to produce a resilient effect to move the control member and block the control member at an outer side
of the stopping member, so as to stop the cover at the stopping member and erect and fix the cover at a specific angle with
respect to the casing.

US Pat. No. 9,465,765

ALL-IN-ONE SATA INTERFACE STORAGE DEVICE

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. An all-in-one SATA interface storage device, comprising:
an interface board installed on a motherboard;
a first memory card slot which is a CFast slot fixed on said interface hoard for installation of a CFast card; and
a second memory card slot fixed on said interface board and available to CF-SATA and CFEX cards for installation of either
a CF-SATA card or a CFEX card,

wherein said interface board is provided with a jumper which is manually switched to said second plug-in card, that is, either
a CF-SATA card or a CFEX card; or said interface board is provided with a switch chip used in automatic switch between a CF-SATA
card and a CFEX card, each of which can be plugged into said second memory card slot.

US Pat. No. 10,025,601

SERVER CAPABLE OF SUPPORTING AND AUTOMATICALLY IDENTIFYING IP HARD DISK AND SATA HARD DISK

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. A server capable of supporting and automatically identifying an IP hard disk and a SATA hard disk, operated under SDN (software-defined networking), the server comprising a machine body device, the machine body device being provided with a baseboard, the baseboard being electrically connected with electronic devices thereon, the electronic devices comprising:at least one power supply, the power supply being electrically connected with each of the electronic devices inside the machine body device and supplying power to the electronic devices;
at least one first converter, the first converter being provided with a plurality of network ports, the first converter being connected with a network through the network ports; and
at least one load board, the load board being provided with a multiplexer, an embedded controller IC, and a plurality of SoC (System-on-Chip) modules thereon, the SoC modules being each inserted on a slot of the load board;
the machine body device comprising a plurality of hard disks including at least one IP hard disk and one SATA hard disk, the IP hard disk and the SATA hard disk being fixedly disposed on at least one hard disk carrying board, the hard disk carrying board receiving telecommunication signals of pins of signal terminals of the IP hard disk and the SATA hard disk and transmitting the telecommunication signals to the multiplexer, the embedded controller IC, and the SoC modules on the load board;
the telecommunication signals received by the multiplexer including the telecommunication signals from the SATA hard disk and or from the IP hard disk;
the SoC modules on the load board converting the received telecommunication signals of the pins of the SATA hard disk into telecommunication signals of IP hard disk specification and transmitting the telecommunication signals to the multiplexer of the load board;
the embedded controller IC on the load board identifying each of the hard disks according to a first potential signal of the telecommunication signals of a second pin of the signal terminals of each hard disk of the telecommunication signals, wherein if the first potential signal of the hard disk is a constant high potential signal, the hard disk is identified as the SATA hard disk; if the first potential signal of the hard disk is a periodic switch of a high potential signal and a low potential signal, the hard disk is identified as the IP hard disk; and the embedded controller IC on the load board sends a control signal to the multiplexer according to the aforesaid identification result for controlling the multiplexer to open an option, enabling the multiplexer to elect one of the telecommunication signals from the SATA hard disk or from the IP hard disk to be output to the first converter.

US Pat. No. 9,804,640

CHASSIS DOOR COVER SWITCH STRUCTURE

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. A chassis door cover switch structure, comprising:
a casing, having a chamber enclosed therein, and two latch members extending into the chamber, and each latch member having
a main body and a stop portion, and a plug-in space formed between the main body and the stop portion;

a cover, installed to the casing, and covered onto the chamber, and having an inner side facing the chamber and an outer side
facing away from the chamber;

two control members, and each control member including a switching button installed on the outer side of the cover facing
away from the chamber, a switching plate installed on the inner side of the cover facing the chamber, and a tongue portion
extended from the switching plate, and the switching button being coupled to the switching plate, and the switching button
and the switch plate synchronously moving between a first position and a second position along a moving direction, and the
tongue portion of the switching plate situated at the first position is disposed outside the plug-in space, so that the cover
and the casing are situated at an unlocked status, and the tongue portion of the switching plate situated at the second position
is extended into the plug-in space and stopped by the stop portion, so that the cover and the casing are situated at a locked
status;

the inner side of the cover has two positioning holes formed at positions corresponsive to each of the two latch members respectively,
and the two positioning holes are arranged apart from each other along the moving direction, and two positioning portions
are extended from the switching plate, and the distance between the two positioning portions is smaller than the distance
between the two positioning holes, and when the switching button drives the switching plate to move to the first position
or the second position, the switching plate is positioned into one of the positioning holes by one of the positioning portions.

US Pat. No. 9,965,661

SENSORY TOTEM BADGE CAPABLE OF TRANSMITTING INDIVIDUALIZED INFORMATION

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. A sensory totem badge capable of transmitting individualized information, comprising:a totem badge body, formed, attached, or sewed onto an object surface;
an e-tag, installed to the totem badge body, and comprising an NFC chip and an NFC coil; and
a totem individualized information, stored in the e-tag;
thereby, when a mobile sensing device reads the e-tag of the totem badge body, the totem individualized information pre-recorded and stored in the e-tag can be read.

US Pat. No. 10,104,550

INDUCTION TYPE ORNAMENT WITH PRIVATE MESSAGE TRANSMISSION

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...

1. An induction type ornament with private message transmission, and capable of performing an inductive transmission with a mobile induction device having a control unit, a display unit, an NFC reading unit and a communication unit which are installed in and electrically coupled to the mobile induction device, comprising:an ornament;
an electronic tag, installed on the ornament comprising an NFC chip and an NFC coil;
a private message stored in the NFC chip;
wherein the ornament is given by a giver to a recipient;
wherein when the recipient uses the mobile induction device to read the electronic tag from the ornament, the recipient can read the private message pre-recorded and stored in the electronic tag by the giver; and
the electronic tag further comprising a private authentication module, wherein the private authentication module requiring a password inputted from the mobile induction device and a correct authentication of the password before the content of the electronic tag including the private message can be read.

US Pat. No. 11,071,208

CIRCUIT BOARD COMPONENT LAYOUT DETERMINATION METHOD

PORTWELL INC., New Taipe...


1. A circuit board component layout determination method, comprising the steps of:(1) deciding a circuit board specification, and quantity and specification of all components to be placed on the circuit board;
(2) calculating a total area occupied by the components to be placed on the circuit board under a normal operation, and calculating a layout area of the circuit board, wherein the layout area of the circuit board is obtained by subtracting the area of the circuit board that cannot be laid from the circuit board area of the circuit board;
(3) analyzing layout density of circuit board components to obtain a layout density percentage of the circuit board components;
(4) determining whether or not the placement of the components is feasible according to the density percentage of the circuit board components, and if yes, carrying out the step (5), if not, returning to the step (1); and
(5) proceed to formally place the components onto the circuit board,
wherein the step (3) calculates an area of the circuit board that can be laid for all components intended to be laid on the circuit board, and calculates the total occupied area of all components installed on the circuit board under a normal operation, and uses the total occupied area of the components as a numerator and the area of the circuit board that can be laid as a denominator to obtain the circuit board component layout density percentage.