CN215344799U - Camera module assembly structure and electronic equipment - Google Patents

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CN215344799U
CN215344799U CN202121850245.5U CN202121850245U CN215344799U CN 215344799 U CN215344799 U CN 215344799U CN 202121850245 U CN202121850245 U CN 202121850245U CN 215344799 U CN215344799 U CN 215344799U
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The disclosure relates to a camera module assembly structure and electronic equipment, wherein the camera module assembly structure comprises a plurality of camera modules, each camera module comprises a mounting bracket and a camera monomer mounted on the mounting bracket; the installing supports are provided with limiting portions and connecting portions, and in an assembling state, two adjacent installing supports are connected in an aligning mode through the limiting portions and can be detachably connected through the connecting portions. This is disclosed through setting up a plurality of modules of making a video recording, and every module of making a video recording all includes the installing support, and the installing support is used for installing the camera monomer and is provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, when assembling the module of making a video recording, through spacing portion counterpoint connection and connecting portion formation detachable connection, has realized the free equipment of a plurality of modules of making a video recording.

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Camera module assembly structure and electronic equipment
Technical Field
The present disclosure relates to the field of electronic devices, and in particular, to a camera module assembly structure and an electronic device.
Background
In the field of electronic products, particularly in the field of mobile phones, users have higher and higher requirements on photographing effects. The combination of a plurality of high-performance cameras has become the mainstream configuration of the market.
When a plurality of high-performance cameras are assembled and installed at the same time, the cameras are usually connected in a dispensing manner, or a fixed frame is arranged and installed in the fixed frame. The plurality of cameras are combined in a dispensing mode, and the connection process is complex. A plurality of cameras are combined in a fixed frame mode, so that the occupied space is large, and the stacking space in the whole electronic equipment is limited.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In order to overcome the problems in the related art, the present disclosure provides a camera module assembly structure and an electronic device.
According to a first aspect of the embodiments of the present disclosure, a camera module assembly structure is provided, which includes a plurality of camera modules, each camera module including a mounting bracket and a camera unit mounted on the mounting bracket;
the installing support is provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, and under the equipment state, adjacent two the installing support passes through spacing portion is counterpointed and is connected, and pass through connecting portion can dismantle the connection.
Optionally, the limiting part arranged on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets comprises a limiting convex part, and the limiting part arranged on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets comprises a limiting groove;
the limiting convex part extends into the limiting groove to limit the relative displacement between two adjacent mounting brackets.
Optionally, the mounting bracket includes bracket bodies, each bracket body is provided with at least one accommodating portion, and the single camera is mounted in the accommodating portion of the bracket body; the limiting part and the connecting part are both connected with the bracket body and arranged around the accommodating part;
part of the structure of the bracket body protrudes to form the limiting convex part; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
and part of the structure of the bracket body is sunken to form the limiting groove.
Optionally, the connection portion comprises a plug structure and/or a snap structure.
Optionally, the connecting portion disposed on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes an insertion hole, and the connecting portion disposed on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes an insertion post;
the inserting column is inserted into the inserting hole to connect two adjacent mounting brackets.
Optionally, the connecting portion provided on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a first buckle, and the connecting portion provided on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a second buckle;
the first buckle is matched with the second buckle in a clamping mode and is connected with the two adjacent mounting brackets.
Optionally, the camera module assembly structure further includes an auxiliary bracket connected to the mounting bracket, the auxiliary bracket and the mounting bracket are of an integral structure, and the auxiliary bracket is used for mounting the camera unit.
Optionally, an elastic part is arranged between the camera single body mounted on the auxiliary bracket and the mounting bracket; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
an elastic part is arranged between the camera monomer arranged on the auxiliary bracket and an external mounting structure; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
and an elastic part is arranged between every two adjacent mounting brackets.
Optionally, a step surface is arranged at a connection position of the mounting bracket and the auxiliary bracket, one side of the elastic part abuts against the camera single body mounted on the auxiliary bracket, and the other side of the elastic part abuts against the step surface.
Optionally, the single type of camera mounted to the different mounting bracket and the accessory bracket is different, and the single type of camera includes a human image camera, a periscopic camera, a macro camera and a wide-angle camera.
Optionally, the mounting bracket further comprises a mounting structure connected to an external mounting structure by a fastener.
According to a second aspect of the embodiments of the present disclosure, there is provided an electronic apparatus including a body, and the camera module assembly structure according to the first aspect.
The technical scheme provided by the embodiment of the disclosure can have the following beneficial effects: this is disclosed through setting up a plurality of modules of making a video recording, and every module of making a video recording all includes the installing support, and the installing support is used for installing the camera monomer and is provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, when assembling the module of making a video recording, through spacing portion counterpoint connection and connecting portion formation detachable connection, has realized the free equipment of a plurality of modules of making a video recording.
It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory only and are not restrictive of the disclosure.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic view of an assembled state of a camera module assembly structure according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 2 is a schematic view of an unassembled camera module assembly structure according to an exemplary embodiment.
Fig. 3 is a schematic view of an unassembled camera module assembly structure according to an exemplary embodiment.
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Reference will now be made in detail to the exemplary embodiments, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings. When the following description refers to the accompanying drawings, like numbers in different drawings represent the same or similar elements unless otherwise indicated. The embodiments described in the following exemplary embodiments do not represent all embodiments consistent with the present invention. Rather, they are merely examples of apparatus and methods consistent with certain aspects of the utility model, as detailed in the appended claims.
In the field of electronic products, particularly in the field of mobile phones, users have higher and higher requirements on photographing effects. The combination of a plurality of high-performance cameras has become the mainstream configuration of the market.
In the related art, a camera module with high specification and large pixels generally sets a protection frame outside a single camera, and the single camera and other devices are protected by the protection frame. The camera monomer and the protective frame are fixedly connected through a glue dispensing and bonding mode. When a plurality of camera modules are to be arranged on an electronic product, the camera modules are required to be assembled together, and the protective frames of the camera modules are bonded together in a dispensing manner. Because different camera modules may come from different suppliers, and the size difference exists between the protective frames of different camera modules, the camera modules cannot be assembled on the same support in the dispensing and bonding process. Meanwhile, the problems of complex working procedures, high production and manufacturing cost and the like exist in the process of adopting the glue dispensing mode for bonding.
Another assembly method adopted in the related art is to involve a fixed frame for one camera module of a plurality of camera modules, and then position and mount other camera modules with four sides of the fixed frame as references. However, the fixed frame occupies a large space, which limits the design of the whole content stacking space of the electronic product.
In order to solve the problem, the present disclosure provides a camera module assembly structure, this disclosure is through setting up a plurality of independent camera modules including the installing support, the installing support is used for installing the camera monomer and is provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, when assembling camera module, through spacing portion counterpoint connection and connecting portion formation detachable connection, the free equipment of camera module has been realized to compare the spacing frame construction of four sides, the inside space that piles up of electronic equipment has been saved.
According to an exemplary embodiment, the present embodiment provides a camera module assembly structure, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, wherein fig. 1 shows an assembled state of the camera module assembly structure, and fig. 2 shows an unassembled state of the camera module assembly structure. Taking fig. 1 as an example, the camera module assembly structure includes a plurality of camera modules 1, each camera module 1 can be independent of each other, and the camera module 1 includes a mounting bracket 11 and a camera unit 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11. The installing support 11 is provided with spacing portion 111 and connecting portion 112, and under the equipment state, the installing support 11 has realized the counterpoint through spacing portion 111 with rather than another installing support 11 adjacent, and the convenience is in the assembling process, and the fast assembly position of finding promotes the packaging efficiency. The mounting bracket 11 and another mounting bracket 11 adjacent thereto form a detachable connection through the connection portion 112 to assemble the independent mounting brackets 11 together and thus the camera unit 12 together. Two adjacent installing supports 11 form through connecting portion 112 and connect like the dismantlement of joint, grafting etc. formation, both can form the fastening connection fast, convenient dismantlement again, are convenient for in time change when module 1 breaks down of making a video recording.
Because mutual independence between a plurality of camera module 1, when carrying out the lectotype to the configuration of the camera module 1 of electronic equipment, can select with the camera module 1 of multiple expectations from a plurality of producers, the quick concatenation installation is realized to the installing support 11 that the rethread has spacing portion 111 and connecting portion 112, can assemble the camera module 1 of purchasing from different monomer producers, has realized the free collocation of camera monomer. Of course, it can be understood that, in order to ensure that the camera modules 1 purchased from the manufacturer can be smoothly spliced together, the manufacturer is required to process the mounting bracket according to the content recorded in the disclosure when processing and manufacturing the camera modules 1, so as to ensure that the splicing assembly is not affected and quick mounting is realized.
The arrangement positions of the limiting parts 111 and the connecting parts 112 on the mounting bracket 11 are not limited, when the camera module 1 is assembled, the mounting bracket 11 of the adjacent camera module 1 is assembled through the adjacent limiting parts 111 and the connecting parts 112, compared with a fixed frame arranged in the related art, the assembling process is more flexible, the occupied content space of the electronic equipment is less, and the design of the stacking space in the whole machine is convenient.
In this embodiment, taking the orientation shown in fig. 1 as an example, the limiting portion 111 may limit two adjacent mounting brackets 11, specifically, the upper mounting bracket 11 is limited in the X direction and the opposite direction to the Y direction, the lower mounting bracket 11 is limited in the X direction and the opposite direction to the Y direction, and the mounting brackets 11 are limited, and in some possible embodiments, the limiting portion 111 may also have a limiting effect in other directions.
In addition, it should be noted that, in the embodiment, the connecting portion may connect the mounting brackets of two adjacent camera modules together, and may also fix the two connected mounting brackets to the electronic device, for example, fix the two connected mounting brackets to the middle frame or fix the two connected mounting brackets to the rear shell.
In an exemplary embodiment, referring to fig. 1 to 3, the camera module assembly structure in this embodiment includes a plurality of independent camera modules 1, and each camera module 1 includes a mounting bracket 11 having a limiting portion 111 and a connecting portion 112, and a camera single body 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11.
As shown in fig. 1 and fig. 2, the limiting portion 111 disposed on one mounting bracket 11 of two adjacent mounting brackets 11 includes a limiting protrusion 1111, and the limiting portion 111 disposed on the other mounting bracket 11 of two adjacent mounting brackets 11 includes a limiting groove 1112, where the limiting protrusion 1111 may cooperate with the limiting groove 1112, that is, the limiting protrusion 1111 may extend into the limiting groove 1112 to limit the adjacent mounting bracket 11. Specifically, taking the orientation shown in fig. 1 as an example, the upper mounting bracket 11 is restricted in the X direction and the reverse direction thereof and the Y direction, and the lower mounting bracket 11 is restricted in the X direction and the reverse direction thereof and the Y direction. When two camera modules 1 are assembled, the mounting bracket 11 with the limiting part 111 set as the limiting convex part 1111 and the other mounting bracket 11 with the limiting part 111 set as the limiting groove 1112 are selected, the mounting bracket 11 with the limiting convex part 1111 is horizontally placed on a workbench (not shown), the limiting groove 1112 of the other mounting bracket 11 is aligned with the limiting convex part 1111 of the mounting bracket 11 placed on the workbench, and alignment and assembly of the limiting part 111 are completed. Or, the mounting bracket 11 provided with the limiting groove 1112 is placed on the workbench, and then the limiting convex portion 1111 of the mounting bracket 11 provided with the limiting convex portion 1111 is extended into the limiting groove 1112, so that the alignment splicing mounting is completed.
The mounting bracket 11 includes a bracket body 113 for mounting the camera single body 12, at least one accommodating portion 116 is provided on each bracket body 113, the camera single body 12 is mounted in the accommodating portion 116 of the bracket body 113, and the camera single body 12 can be mounted on the bracket body 113 by, for example, dispensing. The above-mentioned position-limiting portion 111 and the connecting portion 112 are connected to the bracket body 113 and are disposed around the accommodating portion 116. The stopper 111 and the connecting portion 112 may be integrated with the holder body 113 or may be separate from each other.
In this embodiment, as shown in fig. 1, the geometric shape of the stand body 113 is close to the outline shape of the camera single body 12 connected thereto, so that the camera single body 12 can be better protected and the camera single body does not occupy an excessive space. Part of the structure of the bracket body 113 protrudes to the outside of the bracket body 113 to form a limiting protrusion 1111, for example, part of the outer contour of the bracket body 113 forms the limiting protrusion 1111, and the mounting bracket 11 is matched with another mounting bracket 11 having a limiting groove 1112 through the outer contour of the bracket body 113 to realize alignment connection.
Part of the structure of the bracket body 113 may also be recessed to form a limiting groove 1112, for example, as shown in the orientation of fig. 1, the part of the structure above the bracket body 113 of the mounting bracket 11 is recessed downward to form the limiting groove 1112, and the limiting groove 1112 is adapted to the matching shape structure of the mounting bracket 11, for example: the geometric shape of the limiting groove 1112 is U-shaped, and the U-shaped structure can cooperate with the limiting convex part 1111 formed by the partial structure of the bracket body 113 on the adjacent mounting bracket 11 for limiting.
In some possible embodiments, the limiting portion 111 in the mounting bracket 11 of a separate camera module 1 may have both the limiting protrusion 1111 and the limiting groove 1112. For example, the mounting bracket 11 may be assembled with a plurality of other mounting brackets 11 by forming the limit protrusion 1111 in a part of the structure of the bracket body 113 on the mounting bracket 11 and forming the limit groove 1112 by recessing in other directions, thereby realizing diversification and free assembly of the camera module 1.
As shown in fig. 1, in the present embodiment, the limiting groove 1112 is a U-shaped groove, and the shape of the limiting protrusion 1111 matching with the U-shaped groove is the same as the outer contour of the bracket body 113. In the assembled state, the outer contour of the bracket body 113 is tightly fitted with the U-shaped groove, i.e. the limit protrusion 1111 is tightly fitted with the limit groove 1112. The limit projection 1111 and/or the limit groove 1112 are formed by a partial structure of the bracket body 113, thereby assembling the adjacent mounting brackets 11 together. The distance between the camera units 12 on two adjacent mounting brackets 11 is only the thickness of the two bracket bodies 113, so that the two adjacent mounting brackets 11 can be assembled more compactly, and the stacking of the internal space of the electronic device is saved. Meanwhile, the camera single bodies 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11 can be assembled together more compactly, so that the electronic device is more attractive.
In some possible embodiments, the position-limiting groove 1112 is not limited to a U-shaped groove, but may be other shapes, such as a special-shaped groove, a trapezoidal groove, or another shape of groove body that is convenient to machine and match. When the limiting groove 1112 is a special-shaped groove, the limiting protrusion 1111 needs to have a special-shaped profile capable of matching with the limiting groove 1112, that is, the shape of the limiting protrusion 1111 formed on the bracket body 113 also needs to be a special-shaped protrusion capable of matching with the limiting groove 1112. When the limiting groove 1112 is a trapezoidal groove, the limiting protrusion 1111 is a trapezoidal protrusion capable of matching with the trapezoidal groove, so as to quickly and reliably realize splicing connection positioning. It is understood that the shapes of the limiting recess 1112 and the limiting protrusion 1111 do not only include the shapes disclosed above, but also include other shapes as long as the adjacent mounting brackets 11 can be limited, specifically, the X direction and the opposite direction of the upper mounting bracket 11 and the Y direction are limited, and the X direction and the opposite direction of the lower mounting bracket 11 and the Y direction are limited, for example, with the orientation shown in fig. 1, so that the relative displacement is not generated.
In an exemplary embodiment, as shown in fig. 1 to 3, the camera module assembly structure in this embodiment includes a plurality of independent camera modules 1, and the camera module 1 includes a mounting bracket 11 having a limiting portion 111 and a connecting portion 112, and a camera single body 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11. The embodiments of the limiting portion 111 and the connecting portion 112 in this embodiment are the same as those in the above embodiments, and are not described herein again.
As shown in fig. 1, the connecting portion 112 and the stopper portion 111 are engaged with each other in the orientation shown in fig. 2, and two mounting brackets 11 independent from each other are assembled together. The connecting portion 112 may be a plug structure for limiting the relative displacement between two adjacent mounting brackets 11 in the vertical direction (i.e., the direction in which the dotted line Z shown in fig. 3 extends) and/or the horizontal direction (i.e., the plane perpendicular to the direction in which the dotted line Z shown in fig. 3 extends). As shown in fig. 2, in the two mounting brackets 11 that can be assembled in the unassembled state, the connecting portion 112 provided on one mounting bracket 11 includes a plugging column 1121, and the connecting portion 112 provided on the other mounting bracket 11 includes a plugging hole 1122. As shown in fig. 1, in the assembled state, the insertion hole is sleeved on the insertion post, i.e., the insertion post 1121 is inserted into the insertion hole 1122, so as to assemble the two adjacent mounting brackets 11 together. When the annular protrusion is arranged on the insertion column 1121, the diameter of the annular protrusion is slightly larger than that of the insertion hole 1122, and the insertion column 1121 is matched with the insertion hole 1122, so that not only can the horizontal direction limit be realized, but also the vertical direction limit can be realized.
In this embodiment, after the plugging column 1121 passes through the plugging hole 1122, a mounting groove or a mounting hole (not shown in the figure) may be disposed on a rear shell or a middle frame of the electronic device, so that the plugging column 1121 continues to extend into the mounting groove or the mounting hole, and then the two mounting brackets 11 that have been connected together are fixedly mounted on the electronic device.
In some possible embodiments, the connecting portion 112 may be a snap structure, and the connecting portion 112 on one mounting bracket 11 of two adjacent mounting brackets 11 includes a first snap (not shown), and the connecting portion 112 on the other mounting bracket 11 includes a second snap (not shown), and the first snap and the second snap may be snap-fitted to connect two adjacent mounting brackets 11 together. In this embodiment, a plurality of buckles may be further disposed on the mounting bracket 11, and a part of the buckles are used for splicing and mounting two adjacent mounting brackets 11 together; the partial buckles are used for matching the connected mounting bracket 11 with mounting buckles arranged on a middle frame of the electronic equipment, so that the mounting bracket 11 is fixed on the electronic equipment.
In other possible embodiments, the connection portion 112 may also be a plug structure and a snap structure, that is, in two adjacent mounting brackets 11, one mounting bracket 11 includes a plug post 1121 and a first snap, and the other mounting bracket 11 adjacent to the plug post 1121 is provided with a plug hole 1122 and a second snap, when the two adjacent mounting brackets 11 are installed, the plug post 1121 cooperates with the plug hole 1122 to form a plug connection, and the first snap cooperates with the second snap to form a snap connection.
In an exemplary embodiment, as shown in fig. 1 to 3, the camera module assembly structure in this embodiment includes a plurality of independent camera modules 1, and the camera module 1 includes a mounting bracket 11 having a limiting portion 111 and a connecting portion 112, and a camera single body 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11. The embodiments of the limiting portion 111 and the connecting portion 112 are the same as those of the above embodiments, and are not described herein again.
The camera module assembly structure in this embodiment further includes an auxiliary bracket 114 connected to the mounting bracket 11, the auxiliary bracket 114 and the mounting bracket 11 are integrated, and the auxiliary bracket 114 is used for mounting the camera unit 12. For the mounting bracket 11 provided with the auxiliary bracket 114, the plurality of camera single bodies 12 mounted on the mounting bracket 11 can be the same manufacturer, the scheme saves the assembling process when in use for the manufacturer of the electronic equipment, and the assembling structure is more convenient. For example, two different types of camera modules 12 are available from the same manufacturer, and the mounting bracket 11 with the accessory bracket 114 is more convenient than mounting two camera modules 12 on two separate mounting brackets 11.
In this embodiment, in order to ensure the installation stability and reliability and avoid the collision of the camera single body 12, in this embodiment, the elastic portion 14 is disposed between the camera single body 12 of the accessory bracket 114 and the installation bracket 11, and/or between the camera single body 12 of the accessory bracket 114 and an external installation structure (such as a housing or a middle frame of an electronic device), and/or between two adjacent installations 11. The elastic portion 14 may be provided at each of the three positions, or the elastic portions 14 may be provided at the respective positions.
As shown in fig. 1, in one example, a first elastic part 141 is disposed between the mounting bracket 11 and the camera unit 12 mounted to the accessory bracket 114, and the first elastic part 141 may be made of silicon rubber, or the like. The elastic portion 141 is used for adjusting the position relationship between the single camera 12 and the mounting bracket 11, and avoiding colliding with the single camera 12 during the shaking process of the electronic device. Meanwhile, due to the arrangement of the first elastic part 141, the mounting bracket 11 and the camera single body 12 are mounted with a zero gap therebetween.
Referring to fig. 1 and 3, the sub-mount 114 is provided with a first receiving portion, at least one side wall of which is provided with a receiving groove in which the first elastic portion 141 is received. A stepped surface 115 is formed at a connecting position of the mounting bracket 11 and the sub-bracket 114, one side of the first elastic part 141 abuts against the stepped surface 115, and the other side of the first elastic part 141 abuts against the camera unit 12 mounted on the sub-bracket 114. The accommodating groove hides a part of the structure of the first elastic part 141 therein, so as to prevent the first elastic part 141 from protruding out of the camera module assembly structure to occupy the stacking space in the subsequent installation process. The first elastic portion 141 provided in the step surface 115 is used to adjust the positional relationship between the camera unit 12 and the mounting boss 11. When colliding with the emergence, external force can transmit to first elastic component 141 on, because first elastic component 141 can be compressed, can alleviate the external force of effect on camera monomer 12, avoid camera monomer 12 to take place to damage. Meanwhile, the first elastic part 141 is arranged between the installation 11 and the camera single body 12 installed on the auxiliary bracket 114, so that the installation reliability of the camera single body 12 can be improved, and the camera single body 12 is prevented from moving.
The first elastic portion 141 may have a structure in various forms, such as a U shape, a pi shape, or a chevron shape. The first elastic portion 141 is provided with a flat surface on the side connected to the mounting bracket 11, and the flat surface abuts against the outer frame of the bracket body 113 of the mounting bracket 11. One side of the first elastic part 141 connected with the single camera body 12 is provided with a plurality of protruding structures, and the protruding structures are abutted to the single camera body 12. Simultaneously, in order to facilitate placing the free winding displacement of camera and walking the line, be provided with on at least one lateral wall of first portion of holding and dodge the groove, should dodge the groove and be used for dodging for circuit walking lines such as flexible circuit board.
In some possible embodiments, a third elastic portion (not shown in the figures) is disposed between two adjacent mounting brackets 11. When a mounting gap appears between two adjacent mounting brackets 11 due to manufacturing tolerance and the like, the mounting gap can be filled by arranging the third elastic part, and mounting reliability and stability are improved. Meanwhile, the third elastic part has elasticity, when one of the two adjacent mounting brackets 11 is impacted by external force, the third elastic part is compressed, partial impact force can be relieved, the other one of the two adjacent mounting brackets 11 is prevented from receiving impact, and the whole assembly structure is more stable and reliable.
In some possible embodiments, a second elastic portion 142 is provided between the camera unit 12 mounted to the accessory bracket 114 and an external mounting structure (not shown). The mounting bracket 11 and the external mounting structure connected thereto (such as the rear shell and the middle frame of the electronic device) are made of hard materials, and when the electronic device is shocked by external force, the external force is conducted to the external mounting structure, so that the mounting bracket 11 and the external mounting structure connected thereto are loosened and dislocated, thereby affecting the use of the electronic device. In this case, in the present embodiment, by providing the second elastic portion 142, the impact force transmitted from the external mounting structure to the second elastic portion 142 is absorbed, so that the impact force is prevented from acting on the single camera body 12, and the single camera body 12 is prevented from being damaged.
In addition, when the assembled camera module 1 is mounted to an external mounting structure (not shown) in a subsequent mounting process, there may be an error in alignment between the camera unit 12 and the external mounting structure. As shown in fig. 1, at this time, the camera unit 12 may be aligned with the external mounting structure by pressing the second elastic portion 142 to generate a deformation amount, so that the camera unit 12 is displaced in the attachment bracket 114. Or, when the volume of the single camera 12 is not matched with the bracket body of the auxiliary bracket 114, which causes inconvenience in positioning, the position of the single camera 12 can be adjusted and positioned by the second elastic part 142, so as to optimize the position accuracy of the single camera 12, thereby improving the eccentric appearance.
Or, in the subsequent installation process, when the camera module assembly structure is installed to the external installation structure through the fastener, in order to ensure that the camera module assembly structure and the external installation structure can be fastened and connected, the condition of excessive force can occur, namely, the external force drives the fastener to move excessively, so that the camera module assembly structure and the external installation structure are extruded, and the product is damaged. To solve this problem, the present embodiment fills the gap between the mounting surface between the mounting bracket 11 and the external mounting structure by providing the second elastic portion 142. When installing the module package assembly that will make a video recording to the external installation structure through the fastener, when too big to the fastener power, second elastic component 142 can produce certain deformation to the module package assembly and the external installation structure of making a video recording of protection do not receive the damage.
The three elastic parts 14 may be provided separately or in any combination of two or more, and these three cases may be present at the same time.
In an exemplary embodiment, as shown in fig. 1, the camera units 12 mounted on different mounting brackets 11 and auxiliary brackets 114 are different in type and function, wherein the camera units may be a human camera, a periscopic camera, a macro camera, a wide-angle camera, and the like. Be provided with the camera monomer of multiple different grade type, function among the electronic equipment for electronic equipment has more various, richer function of making a video recording, makes the user can use more functions of making a video recording, promotes user experience. In one example, three mounting brackets are provided, one mounting bracket is provided with a portrait camera, the other mounting bracket is provided with a periscopic camera, and the last mounting bracket is provided with a macro camera.
In an exemplary embodiment, as shown in fig. 1 to 3, the camera module assembly structure in this embodiment is fixedly mounted on an external mounting structure, such as a housing or a middle frame of an electronic device, after the assembly is completed. In addition to mounting the assembled camera module assembly structure on the electronic device side by the connection portion 112 in the above embodiment, in order to further improve the mounting reliability and stability, the mounting bracket 11 in the present embodiment further includes a plurality of mounting structures 13, and the mounting structures 13 are connected to an external mounting structure (not shown) by a fastener (not shown). The fasteners may be, for example, screws, snaps, etc. As shown in fig. 1, a plurality of mounting structures 13 are distributed around the mounting brackets 11, and the mounting brackets 11 and the external mounting structures can be mounted together by fasteners, wherein partial mounting structures 13 of two adjacent mounting brackets 11 are overlapped, that is, partial mounting structures 13 of two adjacent mounting brackets 11 share the fasteners, and the fasteners shared by two adjacent mounting brackets 11 have the functions of limiting parts 111 and connecting parts 112, so that the connection between two adjacent mounting brackets 11 is further strengthened.
The present disclosure also provides an electronic device, which may be a mobile phone, a tablet computer, a camera, etc. The electronic equipment comprises an electronic equipment body, the body comprises an external mounting structure and the camera module assembly structure, and the camera module assembly structure is mounted on the external mounting structure.
Adopt foretell camera module assembly structure, make the electronic equipment manufacturer more free to the collocation of the module of making a video recording, it is diversified, through carrying out the amalgamation equipment to a plurality of installing supports that are provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, with the camera monomer of equipment installation on the installing support, the free collocation of the product of a plurality of camera module producer's provides has been realized, and simultaneously, compare the equipment scheme of the fixed frame among the correlation technique, this camera module assembly structure saves the inside space that piles up of electronic equipment, help realizing large capacity battery, promote electronic equipment's duration, and then promote user experience.
Other embodiments of the utility model will be apparent to those skilled in the art from consideration of the specification and practice of the embodiments disclosed herein. This application is intended to cover any variations, uses, or adaptations of the disclosure following, in general, the principles of the disclosure and including such departures from the present disclosure as come within known or customary practice within the art to which the disclosure pertains. It is intended that the specification and examples be considered as exemplary only, with a true scope and spirit of the utility model being indicated by the following claims.
It will be understood that the utility model is not limited to the precise arrangements described above and shown in the drawings and that various modifications and changes may be made without departing from the scope thereof. The scope of the utility model is limited only by the appended claims.

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1. The camera module assembly structure is characterized by comprising a plurality of camera modules, wherein each camera module comprises a mounting bracket and a camera single body mounted on the mounting bracket;
the installing support is provided with spacing portion and connecting portion, and under the equipment state, adjacent two the installing support passes through spacing portion is counterpointed and is connected, and pass through connecting portion can dismantle the connection.
2. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 1, wherein the stopper portion provided on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a stopper protrusion, and the stopper portion provided on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a stopper groove;
the limiting convex part extends into the limiting groove to limit the relative displacement between two adjacent mounting brackets.
3. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 2, wherein the mounting bracket includes bracket bodies, each of the bracket bodies is provided with at least one accommodating portion, and the camera unit is mounted in the accommodating portion of the bracket body; the limiting part and the connecting part are both connected with the bracket body and arranged around the accommodating part;
part of the structure of the bracket body protrudes to form the limiting convex part; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
and part of the structure of the bracket body is sunken to form the limiting groove.
4. The camera module assembly structure of claim 1, wherein the connecting portion comprises a plug-in structure and/or a snap-in structure.
5. The camera module assembly structure of claim 4, wherein the connecting portion disposed on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets comprises a plug hole, and the connecting portion disposed on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets comprises a plug post;
the inserting column is inserted into the inserting hole to connect two adjacent mounting brackets.
6. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 4, wherein the connecting portion provided on one of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a first snap, and the connecting portion provided on the other of the two adjacent mounting brackets includes a second snap;
the first buckle is matched with the second buckle in a clamping mode and is connected with the two adjacent mounting brackets.
7. The camera module assembly structure according to any one of claims 1 to 6, further comprising an attachment bracket connected to the mounting bracket, the attachment bracket being integrally configured with the mounting bracket, the attachment bracket being configured to mount the camera unit.
8. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 7, wherein an elastic portion is provided between the camera unit mounted to the attachment bracket and the mounting bracket; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
an elastic part is arranged between the camera monomer arranged on the auxiliary bracket and an external mounting structure; and/or the presence of a gas in the gas,
and an elastic part is arranged between every two adjacent mounting brackets.
9. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 8, wherein a stepped surface is provided at a connection position of the mounting bracket and the attachment bracket, one side of the elastic portion abuts against the single camera mounted to the attachment bracket, and the other side of the elastic portion abuts against the stepped surface.
10. The camera module assembly structure according to claim 8, wherein the types of the camera units mounted to the different mounting brackets and the sub-bracket are different,
the single type of camera includes portrait camera, periscopic camera, macro camera and wide angle camera.
11. The camera module assembly of claim 7, wherein the mounting bracket further comprises a mounting structure coupled to an external mounting structure by a fastener.
12. An electronic apparatus, characterized in that the electronic apparatus comprises a main body, and the camera module assembly structure according to any one of claims 1 to 11.
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