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특허 상세정보

Method of selecting a wash cycle for an appliance

국가/구분 United States(US) Patent 등록
국제특허분류(IPC7판) B08B-007/04   
미국특허분류(USC) 134/18 ; 134/252 ; 134/57 ; D ; ; 68/1202
출원번호 US-0422124 (1995-04-12)
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인용정보 피인용 횟수 : 99  인용 특허 : 5
초록

A method of selecting a washing cycle for an intelligent appliance uses several factors to make a cycle selection. The first factor is a combination of the water turbidity, conductivity and temperature as well as the wash arm speed. The other factors are the average of previously selected cycles, the number of times the appliance door has been opened, and the time between wash cycles. The appliance also allows the user to bump up the selected cycle to a higher cycle if the user is unsatisfied with the performance of the appliance. If a failure has occurr...

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청구항

A method of selecting a washing cycle from a plurality of progressively higher wash cycles for an intelligent appliance for which a number of previous wash cycles have been selected from the plurality of wash cycles, comprising the steps of: sensing a plurality of operating conditions in the appliance; generating a first value based on the sensed conditions; determining an average selected cycle from the number of previously selected wash cycles; generating a second value based on the determined average selected cycle; sensing the number of occurrences t...

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