TODAY’S PATENT – ELECTRONIC PET DOOR
The Electronic pet door was invented by Cody Lee Stricklin, Marc Edward Brush, and Jason Richard Graves. This was granted patent by USPTO on 25th August 2020 bearing patent no. US10750714B2. This invention was assigned to Radio Systems Corp.
The invention is about an electronic pet door that lets animals into a defined passageway, automatically lets in only the animals you want and keeps out the ones you don’t, and lets them go in certain directions. A pet door has a frame, a flap that moves on a hinge, a knob that can turn on the frame, and a stop wall. The knob has different heights that can be chosen for pivotal movement, abutment, and abutment. It also has a stop wall with different heights that can be chosen.
An electronic pet door has a frame, a flap, and an over-center three-bar linkage that is connected to an electric motor to make the door automatically latch. The three-bar linkage is made up of a pivot arm, a second link, and a third link. A stop goes through the frame between the bottom of the flap and when it is not engaged.