CN108279812B - Active capacitive ink stylus, dual-headed pen device and stylus operating system - Google Patents

Active capacitive ink stylus, dual-headed pen device and stylus operating system Download PDF

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CN108279812B
CN108279812B CN201710012099.0A CN201710012099A CN108279812B CN 108279812 B CN108279812 B CN 108279812B CN 201710012099 A CN201710012099 A CN 201710012099A CN 108279812 B CN108279812 B CN 108279812B
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Abstract

The invention discloses a double-ended pen device, a capacitive touch pen operating system comprising the double-ended pen device and an active capacitive ink touch pen, wherein the double-ended pen device comprises a shell unit, a circuit board unit, an active capacitive pen module and an active capacitive ink touch pen module. The active capacitance pen module is located at a first writing end of the shell unit. The active capacitive ink stylus module is located at a second writing end of the housing unit. The active capacitive ink touch control pen module comprises an ink pen core unit and a high-voltage signal communication unit. The high-voltage signal communication unit is electrically coupled between the circuit board unit and the ink refill unit. The circuit board unit is used for generating a high-voltage signal to the high-voltage signal communication unit and sending the high-voltage signal to the ink refill unit through the high-voltage signal communication unit.

Description

Active capacitive ink stylus, dual-headed pen device and stylus operating system
Technical Field
The present invention relates to a touch pen, and more particularly, to an active capacitive ink touch pen, a dual-tip pen device and a capacitive touch pen operating system for controlling a touch panel.
Background
With the rapid development of science and technology, many electronic products employ a touch panel as an operation interface, which not only allows a user to perform input operations by gestures or finger contact, but also allows the user to perform input operations such as fine and smooth pointing, writing or drawing by holding a stylus pen.
With the above stylus pen, a user can display handwriting or an operation screen after drawing on the touch panel through the stylus pen. Therefore, how to improve the working efficiency of the current stylus and improve the convenience of operation is an important issue in the industry at present.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention provides an active capacitive ink touch pen which can provide ink writing and can send a high-voltage signal to a capacitive touch device so as to realize touch capacitive touch device.
The invention provides a double-ended pen device, one end of which can be used as an active capacitance pen, and the other end of which can be used as the active capacitance ink touch control pen, so as to improve the convenience in use.
The invention provides a capacitive touch pen operating system, which can realize that handwriting or drawing when a user writes on paper is synchronously displayed on a capacitive touch device through an active capacitive ink touch pen in a double-ended pen device so as to realize convenience in operation.
The invention provides a double-ended pen device which comprises a shell unit, a circuit board unit, an active capacitance pen module and an active capacitance ink touch pen module. The shell unit comprises a first writing end and a second writing end which are opposite. The active capacitance pen module is located at a first writing end of the shell unit. The active capacitive ink stylus module is located at the second writing end of the shell unit and comprises a circuit board unit, an ink refill unit and a high-voltage signal communication unit. The circuit board unit is arranged inside the shell unit and electrically coupled to the active capacitance pen module. The ink cartridge unit is used for providing ink, the high-voltage signal communication unit is electrically coupled between the circuit board unit and the ink cartridge unit, the circuit board unit is used for generating a high-voltage signal to the high-voltage signal communication unit, and the high-voltage signal is transmitted to the ink cartridge unit through the high-voltage signal communication unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the ink cartridge unit includes an ink cartridge and a cartridge holder. The ink pen core is arranged in the shell unit and is a conductor. The refill fixing piece is arranged inside the shell unit and is a conductor, the refill fixing piece is electrically coupled to the high-voltage signal communication unit, and the refill fixing piece is linked with the ink refill.
In an embodiment of the invention, the active capacitive ink stylus module further includes a sensing switch unit. The sensing switch unit is arranged in the shell unit, the sensing switch unit is positioned between the circuit board unit and the ink refill unit, the sensing switch unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, and the ink refill unit is linked with the sensing switch unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the active capacitive ink stylus module further includes a fixing portion and a conductor portion. The fixing part is arranged inside the shell unit. The conductor part is arranged in the shell unit and connected to the fixing part.
In an embodiment of the invention, the dual-tip pen device further includes a capacitive pen cap. The capacitor pen cover body is arranged at the first writing end of the shell unit and used for covering the active capacitor pen module.
In an embodiment of the invention, the dual-tip pen device further includes a capacitive ink touch pen cover, an erasing portion, and a switching unit. The capacitive ink stylus cap is mounted at the second writing end of the housing unit and is used for covering the ink refill unit in the active capacitive ink stylus module. The pen wiping part is connected to the capacitive ink touch pen cover body. The switching unit is located the casing unit, and the switching unit electrical property is coupled circuit board unit, and when electric capacity ink touch-control pen lid body shroud ink refill unit, the switching unit switches active electric capacity ink touch-control pen module into and clears away the mode, sends high-pressure signal intercommunication unit to the portion of wiping with a brush through ink refill unit, and the portion of wiping with a brush clears away the writing handwriting of active electric capacity pen module.
The invention provides a capacitive touch control pen operating system which comprises a double-head pen device and a capacitive touch control device. The ink pen core unit is used for sending a high-voltage signal, and the capacitive touch device is used for receiving the high-voltage signal sent by the ink pen core unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the capacitive stylus operating system further includes a piece of writing paper. The writing paper is laid on the capacitive touch device, when the active capacitive ink touch pen module is in contact with the writing paper and the capacitive touch device, the active capacitive ink touch pen module provides ink to the writing paper, and the capacitive touch device receives a high-voltage signal sent by the ink pen refill unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the capacitive stylus operating system further includes a writing touch screen. The writing touch screen is connected to the capacitive touch device, an active capacitive pen module in the double-ended pen device is used for operating on the writing touch screen, and the pen wiping part is used for clearing writing handwriting of the active capacitive pen module on the writing touch screen.
The invention provides an active capacitance ink touch control pen, which comprises a shell unit, a circuit board unit, an ink pen core unit and a high-voltage signal communication unit. The circuit board unit is arranged inside the shell unit. One end of the ink pen core unit is positioned outside the shell unit. The ink cartridge unit is used for providing ink. The high-voltage signal communication unit is electrically coupled between the circuit board unit and the ink refill unit, and the circuit board unit is used for generating a high-voltage signal to the high-voltage signal communication unit and sending the high-voltage signal to the ink refill unit through the high-voltage signal communication unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the ink cartridge unit includes an ink cartridge and a cartridge holder. The ink pen core is arranged in the shell unit and is a conductor. The refill fixing piece is arranged inside the shell unit and is a conductor, the refill fixing piece is electrically coupled to the high-voltage signal communication unit, and the refill fixing piece is linked with the ink refill.
In an embodiment of the invention, the active capacitive ink stylus further includes a sensing switch unit. The sensing switch unit is arranged in the shell unit, the sensing switch unit is positioned between the circuit board unit and the ink refill unit, the sensing switch unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, and the ink refill unit is linked with the sensing switch unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the housing unit has an end, and the active capacitive ink stylus further includes a fixing portion and a conductor portion. The fixing part is arranged inside the shell unit. The conductor part is arranged in the shell unit, connected to the fixing part and adjacent to the end part of the shell unit.
In an embodiment of the invention, the high-voltage signal communication unit is an elastic element.
Based on the above, in the active capacitive ink touch pen, the dual-head pen device and the capacitive touch pen operating system provided by the invention, the ink refill unit is used for providing ink, the ink can leave ink handwriting on writing paper, the circuit board unit is used for generating a high-voltage signal to the high-voltage signal communication unit, the high-voltage signal is sent to the ink refill unit through the high-voltage signal communication unit, and then the high-voltage signal is sent to the touch input equipment through the ink refill unit for input, so that the purpose of operating the touch input equipment is achieved.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to another embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to another embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of an embodiment of a dual-tip pen device according to the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a schematic view of another embodiment of a dual-tip pen device provided by the present invention;
FIG. 6 is a schematic view of a dual-tip pen device according to another embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 7 is a schematic diagram of an embodiment of a capacitive stylus operating system according to the present invention;
fig. 8 is a schematic diagram of another embodiment of a capacitive stylus operating system according to the present invention.
Description of reference numerals: 100. 200, 300-active capacitive ink stylus; 110-a housing unit; 112-end portion; 120. 220-a circuit board unit; 130. 230-ink cartridge unit; 140. 240-high pressure signal communication unit; 232-ink cartridge; 234-nib portion; 236-cartridge holder; 250-a sensing switch unit; 360-a fixed part; 362-a first fixed part; 364-a second stationary part; 370-a conductor portion; 400. 500, 600-double-ended pen device; 410-a housing unit; 412-first writing end; 414-second writing end; 480-an active capacitance pen module; 590-capacitance pen cap; 690-capacitive ink stylus cover; 692-a brush portion; 624-a switching unit; 10-an active capacitive ink stylus module; 50. 60-capacitive stylus operating system; 52-capacitive touch device; 54-writing paper; 62-capacitive touch devices; 64-writing paper; 66-write touch screen.
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The following description of the embodiments of the present invention will be made with reference to the accompanying drawings. The following examples are only for illustrating the technical solutions of the present invention more clearly, and the protection scope of the present invention is not limited thereby.
Fig. 1 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to an embodiment of the present disclosure.
As shown in fig. 1, in the present embodiment, the active capacitive ink stylus 100 is, for example, used with a touch input device (not shown) for inputting, so as to be used as an input element of an input touch input device, for example, a capacitive touch device, but the invention is not limited thereto.
The active capacitive ink stylus 100 includes a housing unit 110, a circuit board unit 120, an ink cartridge unit 130, and a high voltage signal communication unit 140.
The external shape of the housing unit 110 is, for example, an oval shape, a square shape, or any other shape. The housing unit 110 has an accommodating space therein, and the circuit board unit 120, the high-voltage signal communication unit 140 and a part of the ink cartridge unit 130 can be installed in the accommodating space of the housing unit 110. In an embodiment, not shown, a key may be disposed outside the housing unit 110.
The circuit board unit 120 is provided inside the housing unit 110. The ink cartridge unit 130 has one end located outside the housing unit 110. The high-voltage signal communication unit 140 is located between the circuit board unit 120 and the ink cartridge unit 130, and the high-voltage signal communication unit 140 is electrically coupled to the circuit board unit 120 and the ink cartridge unit 130.
Under this configuration, the ink cartridge unit 130 is used to provide ink, which can leave ink handwriting on writing paper, the circuit board unit 120 is used to generate a high voltage signal to the high voltage signal communication unit 140, and send the high voltage signal to the ink cartridge unit 130 through the high voltage signal communication unit 140, so as to send the high voltage signal to the touch input device through the ink cartridge unit 130 for input, thereby achieving the purpose of operating the touch input device.
Fig. 2 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to another embodiment of the present disclosure. It should be noted that the active capacitive ink stylus 200 in fig. 2 is similar to the active capacitive ink stylus 100 in fig. 1, wherein the same elements are denoted by the same reference numerals and have the same functions, and the description is not repeated, and only the differences are described below.
Fig. 2 is different from fig. 1 in that the active capacitive ink touch pen 200 of the present embodiment further includes a sensing switch unit 250, and the ink cartridge unit 230 includes an ink cartridge 232, a pen tip portion 234, and a cartridge fixing member 236.
Specifically, the housing unit 110 has the one end 112, the ink cartridge 232 is disposed inside the housing unit 110, the pen tip 234 is connected to the ink cartridge 232, the ink cartridge 232 contains ink for outputting from the pen tip 234, and the ink cartridge 232 and the pen tip 234 are respectively conductors, i.e., the ink cartridge 232 and the pen tip 234 are made of conductive material.
The pen core holder 236 is disposed inside the housing unit 110, and the pen core holder 236 is a conductor, in other words, the pen core holder 236 is made of a conductive material. The cartridge holder 236 is interlocked with the ink cartridge 232 and the pen tip 234. The high voltage signal communication unit 240 is, for example, an elastic element, one end of the high voltage signal communication unit 240 is welded to the circuit board unit 220, and the other end of the high voltage signal communication unit 240 is electrically coupled to the pen core fixing member 236 to form a high voltage signal transmission path.
In this embodiment, the sensing switch unit 250 is disposed inside the housing unit 110, the sensing switch unit 250 is located between the circuit board unit 220 and the cartridge fixing member 236 of the ink cartridge unit 230, the sensing switch unit 250 is electrically coupled to the circuit board unit 220, and the sensing switch unit 250 is linked to the ink cartridge unit 230.
Under this configuration, when a writing paper is laid on the touch input device, the pen tip portion 236 writes on the writing paper, and the ink cartridge 232 in the ink cartridge unit 230 can supply ink to the pen tip portion 236 so as to leave ink handwriting when writing on the writing paper. Meanwhile, when the nib portion 236 writes on the writing paper, the nib portion 234 simultaneously contacts the touch input device, such that the nib portion 234 is linked with the ink cartridge 232, and the ink cartridge 232 is linked and contacts the sensing switch unit 250, such that the sensing switch unit 250 sends an on signal to the circuit board unit 220 and records the writing position of the nib portion 234 on the touch input device.
Then, the circuit board unit 120 is configured to generate a high voltage signal to the high voltage signal communication unit 140, and send the high voltage signal to the ink cartridge unit 130 through the high voltage signal communication unit 140, and since the ink cartridge 232, the pen tip portion 234 and the cartridge fixing member 236 in the ink cartridge unit 130 are all conductors, the circuit board unit can receive the high voltage signal sent by the high voltage signal communication unit 140, and further send the high voltage signal to the touch input device through the pen tip portion 234, so as to control the touch input device.
FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram of an active capacitive ink stylus according to another embodiment of the present invention. It should be noted that the active capacitive ink stylus 300 in fig. 3 is similar to the active capacitive ink stylus 200 in fig. 2, wherein the same elements are denoted by the same reference numerals and have the same functions, and the description is not repeated, and only the differences are described below.
Fig. 3 is different from fig. 2 in that the active capacitive ink stylus 300 of the present embodiment further includes a fixing portion 360 and a conductor portion 370.
In detail, the fixing portion 360 is disposed inside the housing unit 110, the fixing portion 360 includes a first fixing portion 362 and a second fixing portion 364, the first fixing portion 362 is connected to the second fixing portion 364, and the configuration of the first fixing portion 362 and the second fixing portion 364 can be adjusted according to the internal structure of the active capacitive ink touch pen.
The conductor portion 370 is disposed inside the housing unit 110, the conductor portion 370 is made of a conductive material, the conductor portion 370 is connected to the first fixing portion 362 in the fixing portions 360, and the conductor portion 370 is adjacent to the end portion 112 of the housing unit 110.
With this configuration, the conductive portion 370 enhances the convenience of the whole assembly, and in addition, even when the active capacitive ink stylus 300 is inclined to the touch input device, the conductive portion 370 can enhance the direction of the high voltage signal emission to enhance the writing feeling of the active capacitive ink stylus 300.
FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a dual-tip pen device according to an embodiment of the present invention.
As shown in fig. 4, in the present embodiment, the dual-headed pen device 400 is, for example, used in conjunction with a touch input device (not shown) for inputting, so as to be able to serve as an input element of an input touch input device, for example, a capacitive touch device, but the invention is not limited thereto.
The dual-headed pen device 400 includes a housing unit 410, an active capacitive pen module 480, and an active capacitive ink stylus module 10.
The housing unit 410 includes a first writing end 412 and a second writing end 414 opposite to each other, the active capacitive pen module 480 is located at the first writing end 412 of the housing unit 410, and the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 is located at the second writing end 414 of the housing unit 410, in other words, the first writing end 412 of the dual-headed pen device 400 of the embodiment can be used as an active capacitive pen, and the second writing end 414 of the dual-headed pen device 400 can be used as the active capacitive ink stylus as shown in fig. 1 to 3.
In the embodiment, the circuit board unit 120 is disposed inside the housing unit 410, and the circuit board unit 120 is electrically coupled to the active capacitance pen module 480, which does not limit the form of the active capacitance pen module, and all of them are within the scope of the present invention as long as they can provide the active capacitance pen form.
In the present embodiment, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 includes a circuit board unit 120, an ink pen core unit 130, and a high voltage signal communication unit 140.
One end of the ink cartridge unit 130 is located outside the second writing end 414 of the housing unit 410, the ink cartridge unit 130 is used for providing ink, and the high voltage signal communication unit 140 is electrically coupled between the circuit board unit 120 and the ink cartridge unit 130. It should be noted that, for the specific structure of the circuit board unit 120, the ink pen core unit 130 and the high voltage signal communication unit 140 in the active capacitive ink touch pen module 10, reference may be made to fig. 1.
Further, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 can also be applied to the circuit board unit 220, the ink pen core unit 230, the high voltage signal communication unit 240 and the matching sensing switch unit 250 shown in fig. 2. Alternatively, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 may also be applied to match the fixing portion 360 and the conductor portion 370 as shown in fig. 3.
With this configuration, the second writing end 414 of the dual-headed pen device 400 can be used as an active capacitive ink stylus, i.e. it can have both functions of an ink pen and a capacitive stylus, and the first writing end 412 of the dual-headed pen device 400 can be used as an active capacitive pen, so as to improve the convenience of use.
FIG. 5 is a schematic view of another embodiment of a dual-tip pen device according to the present invention. It should be noted that the double-ended pen apparatus 500 in fig. 5 is similar to the double-ended pen apparatus 400 in fig. 4, wherein the same elements are denoted by the same reference numerals and have the same functions, and the description is not repeated, and only the differences will be described below.
Fig. 5 is different from fig. 4 in that the dual-tip pen device 500 further includes a capacitive pen cover 590, the capacitive pen cover 590 is mounted on the first writing end 412 of the housing unit 410, and the capacitive pen cover 590 is used for covering the active capacitive pen module 480. It should be noted that the type of the cap 590 may be selected according to the actual configuration.
Therefore, when the dual-headed pen device 500 only uses the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 of the second writing end 414, the active capacitive pen module 480 can be covered by the capacitive pen cover 590. Of course, in an embodiment not shown, a capacitive pen cover may be added to the second writing end 414 to cover the active capacitive ink stylus module 10.
FIG. 6 is a schematic view of another embodiment of a dual-tip pen device provided by the present invention. It should be noted that the double-ended pen apparatus 600 in fig. 6 is similar to the double-ended pen apparatus 400 in fig. 4, wherein the same elements are denoted by the same reference numerals and have the same functions, and the description is not repeated, and only the differences will be described below.
Fig. 6 is different from fig. 4 in that the dual-tip pen device 600 further includes a capacitive ink stylus cover 690, a pen wiping portion 692, and a switching unit 624.
In the embodiment, the capacitive ink stylus cover 690 is installed on the second writing end 414 of the housing unit 410, the capacitive ink stylus cover 690 is used to cover one end of the ink cartridge unit 130 (the end of the ink cartridge unit 130 protruding from the housing unit 410) in the active capacitive ink stylus module 10, and the erasing portion 692 is connected to the capacitive ink stylus cover 690. The switching unit 624 is disposed in the housing unit 410, and the switching unit 624 is electrically coupled to the circuit board unit 120. It should be noted that the type of the capacitive ink stylus cover 690 may be selected depending on the actual configuration.
With this configuration, when the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 of the dual-headed pen device 600 is used, the switching unit 624 is configured to switch the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 to a writing mode, so that the second writing end 414 of the dual-headed pen device 400 can be used as an active capacitive ink stylus, i.e., can have functions of both an ink pen and a capacitive stylus, and the first writing end 412 of the dual-headed pen device 400 can be used as an active capacitive pen.
When the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 of the dual-ended pen device 600 is not used, and only the active capacitive pen module 480 of the dual-ended pen device 400 is used, the capacitive ink stylus cover 690 may cover the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 as shown in fig. 6 for use as a pen wiper. Specifically, the switching unit 624 is configured to switch the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 from the writing mode to a clearing mode, and send the high-voltage signal to the pen wiping portion 692 through the ink cartridge unit 130, and then send the high-voltage signal to the writing touch screen through the pen wiping portion 692 to eliminate the writing trace on the writing touch screen. Under this configuration, the active capacitive pen module 480 can operate to write on a writing touch screen, and then the writing traces of the active capacitive pen module 480 can be cleared by the pen wiping portion 692.
It should be noted that, for the specific structure of the circuit board unit 120, the ink pen core unit 130 and the high voltage signal communication unit 140 in the active capacitive ink touch pen module 10, reference may be made to fig. 1. Further, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 can also be applied to the circuit board unit 220, the ink pen core unit 230, the high voltage signal communication unit 240 and the matching sensing switch unit 250 shown in fig. 2. Alternatively, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 may also be applied to match the fixing portion 360 and the conductor portion 370 as shown in fig. 3. In addition, the embodiment of fig. 6 may also be combined with the cap 590 of fig. 5 to improve the convenience of use.
Fig. 7 is a schematic diagram of an embodiment of a capacitive stylus operating system according to the present invention.
As shown in fig. 7, in the present embodiment, the capacitive stylus operating system 50 includes an active capacitive ink stylus 100, a capacitive touch device 52, and a writing paper 54, wherein the active capacitive ink stylus 100 has a detailed structure as shown in fig. 1, and the writing paper 54 is laid on the capacitive touch device 52.
Under this configuration, when the active capacitive ink stylus 100 shown in fig. 1 is writing on the writing paper 54, the ink cartridge unit 130 can provide ink to leave a written ink trace on the writing paper 54. Meanwhile, when the ink cartridge unit 130 writes on the writing paper 54, the ink cartridge unit 130 also contacts the active capacitive ink touch pen 100, the high voltage signal generated by the circuit board unit 120 is transmitted to the ink cartridge unit 130 through the high voltage signal communication unit 140, and the ink cartridge unit 130 transmits the high voltage signal to the capacitive touch device 52 to control the capacitive touch device 52. Therefore, the active capacitive ink stylus 100 in the capacitive stylus operation system 50 realizes that handwriting or drawing during writing on the writing paper 54 is synchronously displayed on the capacitive touch device 52, thereby realizing convenience in operation.
It should be noted that the active capacitive ink stylus 100 in fig. 1 is taken as an example, but the invention is not limited thereto, and the capacitive ink styli 200 and 300 in fig. 2 and fig. 3 may also be used in the embodiment shown in fig. 7. Of course, the dual-tip pen device 400, 500, 600 as shown in FIGS. 4-6 can also be used in the embodiment shown in FIG. 7.
FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating another embodiment of a capacitive stylus operating system according to the present invention.
As shown in fig. 8, in the present embodiment, the capacitive stylus operating system 60 includes a dual-headed pen device 400, a capacitive touch device 62, a writing paper 64 and a writing touch screen 66, wherein the dual-headed pen device 400 is shown in fig. 4, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 in the dual-headed pen device 400 has a detailed structure similar to that of the active capacitive ink stylus shown in fig. 1 to 3, the writing paper 64 is laid on the capacitive touch device 62, and the writing touch screen 66 is connected to the capacitive touch device 62. It should be noted that the writing touch screen 66 and the capacitive touch device 62 of the capacitive stylus operating system 60 shown in fig. 8 are examples, in other words, the dual-headed stylus device 400 can be used with any type of touch input device.
Under this configuration, when the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 (shown in fig. 4) of the second writing end 414 of the dual-headed pen device 400 contacts the writing paper 66 and the capacitive touch device 62, the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 is used to provide ink to the writing paper 66 to leave a written ink trace on the writing paper 66, and the capacitive touch device 62 is used to receive a high-voltage signal sent by the ink cartridge unit 130 of the active capacitive ink stylus module 10.
In addition, the active capacitive pen module 480 (shown in fig. 4) of the first writing end 412 of the dual-headed pen device 400 is configured to operate on the writing touch screen 64. Therefore, in the capacitive stylus operating system 60 according to the present embodiment, the writing or drawing on the writing paper 66 can be synchronously displayed on the capacitive stylus apparatus 62 through the second writing end 414 of the dual-headed pen apparatus 400, and the function of the active capacitive stylus operating touch screen can be realized through the first writing end 412 of the dual-headed pen apparatus 400, so that the convenience of operation can be further achieved.
It should be noted that the above-mentioned dual-tip pen device 400 in fig. 4 is taken as an example, but the invention is not limited thereto, and the dual-tip pen devices 500 and 600 in fig. 5 and fig. 6 can also be used in the embodiment shown in fig. 8.
For example, referring to fig. 6, when the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 of the dual-ended pen device 600 is not used and only the active capacitive pen module 480 of the dual-ended pen device 400 is used, the capacitive ink stylus cover 690 may cover the active capacitive ink stylus module 10 as shown in fig. 6 to be used as a pen wipe, so that the pen wipe portion 692 may be used to erase the handwriting written on the writing touch screen 64 by the active capacitive pen module 480.
In summary, in the active capacitive ink touch pen, the dual-head pen device and the capacitive touch pen operating system provided by the present invention, the ink cartridge unit is used for providing ink, the ink can leave ink handwriting on writing paper, the circuit board unit is used for generating a high voltage signal to the high voltage signal communication unit, and the high voltage signal is sent to the ink cartridge unit through the high voltage signal communication unit, and then the high voltage signal is sent to the touch input device through the ink cartridge unit for input, so as to achieve the purpose of operating the touch input device.
In addition, the second writing end of the dual-headed pen device can be used as the active capacitive ink stylus, and the first writing end of the dual-headed pen device can be used as the active capacitive pen, so that the convenience in use is improved.
In a further embodiment, when the active capacitive ink stylus module in the dual-headed pen device is used, the active capacitive ink stylus module is switched to the writing mode by the switching unit, so that the first writing end of the dual-headed pen device has the function of the active capacitive pen, and the second writing end of the dual-headed pen device has the functions of the ink pen and the capacitive stylus. When the active capacitance ink touch control pen module is not used, the active capacitance ink touch control pen module can be covered by the capacitance ink touch control pen cover body, and the active capacitance ink touch control pen module is switched to a clearing mode through the switching unit to be used as a pen eraser, so that writing handwriting of the active capacitance pen module in the double-ended pen device can be cleared by the pen eraser portion.
The above description is only for the purpose of describing preferred embodiments or examples of the present invention by means of solving the problems, and is not intended to limit the scope of the present invention. All changes and modifications that are consistent with the meaning of the claims or that are equivalent to the scope of the claims are intended to be covered by the scope of the present invention.

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1. A dual-tip pen device, comprising:
the shell unit comprises a first writing end and a second writing end which are opposite;
the active capacitance pen module is positioned at the first writing end of the shell unit; and
an active capacitive ink stylus module located at the second writing end of the housing unit and having functions of an ink pen and a capacitive stylus, the active capacitive ink stylus module comprising:
the circuit board unit is arranged inside the shell unit and electrically coupled to the active capacitance pen module;
an ink cartridge unit, one end of which is located outside the second writing end of the housing unit, the ink cartridge unit being used for providing ink;
a high voltage signal communication unit electrically coupled between the circuit board unit and the ink cartridge unit, wherein the circuit board unit is used for generating a high voltage signal to the high voltage signal communication unit and transmitting the high voltage signal to the ink cartridge unit through the high voltage signal communication unit, and
the sensing switch unit is arranged in the shell unit and is positioned between the circuit board unit and the ink pen core unit, wherein the sensing switch unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, the ink pen core unit is linked with the sensing switch unit, and the sensing switch unit can send a starting signal to the circuit board unit;
wherein, this ink cartridge unit includes:
the ink pen core is arranged in the shell unit and is a conductor; and
a refill fixing piece, locate inside this casing unit, wherein this refill fixing piece is the conductor, and this refill fixing piece electric coupling is in this high-pressure signal intercommunication unit, and this refill fixing piece links in this ink refill.
2. The dual-headed pen device of claim 1 wherein the active capacitive ink stylus module further comprises:
a fixing part arranged inside the shell unit; and
a conductor part arranged in the shell unit, wherein the conductor part is connected with the fixing part.
3. The dual-tip pen device according to claim 1, further comprising:
and the capacitance pen cover body is arranged at the first writing end of the shell unit and is used for covering the active capacitance pen module.
4. The dual-tip pen device according to claim 1, wherein the high-voltage signal communication unit is an elastic member.
5. The dual-tip pen device according to claim 1, further comprising:
a capacitive ink stylus cap mounted to the second writing end of the housing unit, the capacitive ink stylus cap adapted to cap the ink cartridge unit of the active capacitive ink stylus module;
a pen wiping part connected to the capacitive ink touch pen cover; and
the switching unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, and when the capacitive ink touch pen cover covers the ink pen core unit, the switching unit switches the active capacitive ink touch pen module into a clearing mode, the high-voltage signal is sent to the pen wiping part through the ink pen core unit, and the writing handwriting of the active capacitive pen module is cleared by the pen wiping part.
6. A capacitive stylus operating system, comprising:
a dual-tip pen device as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 5; and
and the capacitive touch device is used for receiving the high-voltage signal sent by the ink refill unit.
7. The capacitive stylus operating system of claim 6, further comprising:
when the active capacitive ink touch control pen module is in contact with the writing paper and the capacitive touch control device, the active capacitive ink touch control pen module supplies ink to the writing paper, and the capacitive touch control device receives the high-voltage signal sent by the ink pen core unit.
8. The capacitive stylus operating system of claim 7, further comprising:
and the writing touch screen is connected with the capacitive touch device, wherein the active capacitive pen module in the double-ended pen device is used for operating on the writing touch screen, and the pen wiping part is used for clearing writing of the active capacitive pen module on the writing touch screen.
9. An active capacitive ink stylus, comprising:
a housing unit;
a circuit board unit arranged in the shell unit;
one end of the ink refill unit is positioned outside the shell unit and is used for providing ink;
a high voltage signal communication unit electrically coupled between the circuit board unit and the ink cartridge unit, wherein the circuit board unit is used for generating a high voltage signal to the high voltage signal communication unit and transmitting the high voltage signal to the ink cartridge unit through the high voltage signal communication unit, and
the sensing switch unit is arranged in the shell unit and is positioned between the circuit board unit and the ink pen core unit, wherein the sensing switch unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, the ink pen core unit is linked with the sensing switch unit, and the sensing switch unit can send a starting signal to the circuit board unit;
wherein, this ink cartridge unit includes:
the ink pen core is arranged in the shell unit and is a conductor; and
a refill fixing piece, locate inside this casing unit, wherein this refill fixing piece is the conductor, and this refill fixing piece electric coupling is in this high-pressure signal intercommunication unit, and this refill fixing piece links in this ink refill.
10. The active capacitive ink stylus of claim 9, wherein the ink cartridge unit comprises:
the ink pen core is arranged in the shell unit and is a conductor; and
a refill fixing piece, locate inside this casing unit, wherein this refill fixing piece is the conductor, and this refill fixing piece electric coupling is in this high-pressure signal intercommunication unit, and this refill fixing piece links in this ink refill.
11. The active capacitive ink stylus of claim 10, further comprising:
and the sensing switch unit is arranged in the shell unit and is positioned between the circuit board unit and the ink refill unit, wherein the sensing switch unit is electrically coupled with the circuit board unit, and the sensing switch unit is linked with the ink refill unit.
12. The active capacitive ink stylus of claim 9, the housing unit having an end, further comprising:
a fixing part arranged inside the shell unit; and
the conductor part is arranged in the shell unit, connected to the fixing part and adjacent to the end part of the shell unit.
13. The active capacitive ink stylus of claim 9, wherein the high voltage signal communication unit is an elastic element.
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