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Measuring instrument, storage device, and measurement system

Foreign code F210010517
File No. K110P15WO
Posted date 2021年7月30日
Country 中華人民共和国
Application number 201980032414
Gazette No. 112118782
Date of filing 令和元年5月15日(2019.5.15)
Gazette Date 令和2年12月22日(2020.12.22)
International application number JP2019019265
International publication number WO2019221166
Date of international filing 令和元年5月15日(2019.5.15)
Date of international publication 令和元年11月21日(2019.11.21)
Priority data
  • 特願2018-093952 (2018.5.15) JP
  • 特願2019-010727 (2019.1.25) JP
  • 2019JP19265 (2019.5.15) WO
Title Measuring instrument, storage device, and measurement system
Abstract The present invention is a measurement system provided with: a measurement instrument (10) for storing information relating to an amount of electricity generated by a sugar in a bodily fluid or a secretion of an organism, the measurement instrument (10) being mounted to the organism; and a storage device (15) for receiving, using a near-field-type wireless communication method, information relating to the generated electricity amount stored in the measurement instrument (10) when the measurement instrument is stored, the storage device (15) storing the measurement instrument (10).
Outline of related art and contending technology BACKGROUND ART
Documents of the prior art
Patent document
Patent document 1: japanese patent laid-open publication No. 2017-125914
Scope of claims [claim1]
1. An assay system, comprising:
a measuring device attached to a living body and storing information on an amount of power generation by a saccharide in a body fluid or a secretion of the living body; and
and a storage device that stores the measuring instrument and receives information about the amount of power generation stored in the measuring instrument using a near field type wireless communication method when the measuring instrument is stored.

[claim2]
2. The assay system of claim 1,
the measuring device generates and stores information relating to the amount of power generation using, as a power source, power generated by the saccharide in the body fluid or the secretion of the living body.

[claim3]
3. The assay system of claim 1,
the receiving device is provided with a 1 st antenna and a 2 nd antenna,
the measuring instrument has a 3 rd antenna, the 3 rd antenna is sandwiched between the 1 st antenna and the 2 nd antenna when the measuring instrument is stored in the storage device,
the measuring device transmits the information to the storage device by the 3 rd antenna blocking electromagnetic coupling or electromagnetic wave propagation between the 1 st antenna and the 2 nd antenna.

[claim4]
4. The assay system according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein,
the measuring instrument comprises:
a power generation unit that generates electromotive force by a reaction of the saccharide;
a 1 st oscillator that generates a 1 st oscillation signal having a period that changes in accordance with a change in electromotive force of the power generation unit, using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a 2 nd oscillator that generates a 2 nd oscillation signal having a period change smaller than a change in the electromotive force than the 1 st oscillator, using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a timing circuit that generates a 1 st timing and a 2 nd timing from the 2 nd oscillation signal using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a counter circuit that counts the number of pulses of the 1 st oscillation signal between the 1 st timing and the 2 nd timing using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage; and
and a storage unit that stores the number of pulses as the information.

[claim5]
5. The assay system according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein,
the measuring instrument is mounted on a contact lens, and the body fluid or the secretion of the living body is tear fluid.

[claim6]
6. A measuring instrument which is attached to a living body,
the measuring instrument comprises:
a power generation unit that generates power by using sugars in body fluids or secreted fluids of the living body;
a storage unit that stores information relating to an amount of power generation by the power generation unit; and
and a transmission unit that transmits the information on the power generation amount stored in the storage unit to a storage device using a near field type wireless communication method when the measurement instrument is stored in the storage device.

[claim7]
7. A storage device, comprising:
a storage unit that stores a measuring instrument attached to a living body and stores information on an amount of power generation by a saccharide in a body fluid or a secretion of the living body; and
a receiving unit that receives information about the amount of power generation stored in the measuring device by using a near field type wireless communication method when the measuring device is stored in the storage unit.

[claim8]
8. An analyzer, comprising:
a power generation unit that generates an electromotive force by a reaction of biomolecules;
a 1 st oscillator that generates a 1 st oscillation signal having a period that changes in accordance with a change in the electromotive force, using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a 2 nd oscillator that generates a 2 nd oscillation signal having a period change smaller than a change in the electromotive force than the 1 st oscillator, using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a timing circuit that generates a 1 st timing and a 2 nd timing from the 2 nd oscillation signal using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage; and
and a counter circuit configured to count the number of pulses of the 1 st oscillation signal between the 1 st timing and the 2 nd timing, using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage.

[claim9]
9. The meter of claim 8, wherein,
the measuring device has a storage circuit that stores information related to the number of pulses.

[claim10]
10. The meter of claim 9, wherein,
the measuring device includes a transmission circuit that transmits information on the number of pulses stored in the storage circuit by using a near field type wireless communication method.

[claim11]
11. The meter according to claim 9 or 10, wherein,
the measuring instrument includes a capacitor that stores the electric power generated by the power generation unit, and supplies the electric power for holding the information on the number of pulses stored in the storage circuit to the storage circuit when the power generation unit does not generate the electric power.

[claim12]
12. A measuring instrument which is attached to a living body,
the measuring instrument comprises:
a power generation unit that generates a 1 st electromotive force by a saccharide in a body fluid or a secretion of the living body;
a conversion circuit that converts the 1 st electromotive force into a digital signal using the 1 st electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a transmission circuit that transmits information related to the digital signal using a wireless communication method; and
a power supply that supplies power to the transmission circuit without supplying power to the conversion circuit.

[claim13]
13. The meter of claim 12, wherein,
the power source is a solar cell.

[claim14]
14. The meter of claim 13, wherein,
the measuring device includes a booster circuit that is activated in response to the activation signal generated by the converter circuit and boosts the 2 nd electromotive force generated by the solar cell.

[claim15]
15. An analyzer, comprising:
a power generation unit that generates an electromotive force by a reaction of biomolecules;
an oscillator that generates an oscillation signal using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage;
a voltage-time conversion circuit that converts the magnitude of the electromotive force into a period using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage; and
and a counter circuit that counts the number of pulses of the oscillation signal in the period using the electromotive force as a power supply voltage.
  • Applicant
  • JAPAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AGENCY
  • Inventor
  • NIITSU KIICHI
IPC(International Patent Classification)
Reference ( R and D project ) PRESTO Design of Information Infrastructure Technologies Harmonized with Societies AREA
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