DE102004024248B4 - Rail system for fastening a vehicle seat - Google Patents

Rail system for fastening a vehicle seat

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DE102004024248B4
DE102004024248B4 DE200410024248 DE102004024248A DE102004024248B4 DE 102004024248 B4 DE102004024248 B4 DE 102004024248B4 DE 200410024248 DE200410024248 DE 200410024248 DE 102004024248 A DE102004024248 A DE 102004024248A DE 102004024248 B4 DE102004024248 B4 DE 102004024248B4
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Hans Rohlfing
Jörg Breyvogel
Dr. Kubitzek Artur Michael
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60NSEATS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES; VEHICLE PASSENGER ACCOMMODATION NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60N2/00Seats specially adapted for vehicles; Arrangement or mounting of seats in vehicles
    • B60N2/02Seats specially adapted for vehicles; Arrangement or mounting of seats in vehicles the seat or part thereof being movable, e.g. adjustable
    • B60N2/04Seats specially adapted for vehicles; Arrangement or mounting of seats in vehicles the seat or part thereof being movable, e.g. adjustable the whole seat being movable
    • B60N2/06Seats specially adapted for vehicles; Arrangement or mounting of seats in vehicles the seat or part thereof being movable, e.g. adjustable the whole seat being movable slidable
    • B60N2/07Slide construction
    • B60N2/0722Constructive details
    • B60N2/0727Stop members for limiting sliding movement

Abstract

Rail system (201, 301) for fastening a vehicle seat, comprising at least one rail (101, 305) with a rail longitudinal axis (102, 330) and a rail cross section and a rider (210, 303) for attachment to a vehicle seat, the rail (101 , 305) is adapted to receive the tab (210, 303) such that the tab (210, 303) along the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330) is movable, and the rail (101, 305) along the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330 ) has at least one holding portion (138, 140), wherein the rail cross-section is shaped such that the rail (101, 305) can hold the tab (210, 303) positively in a direction different from the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330), and the tab (210, 303) has a locking armature (214, 321), which is designed and arranged to releasably anchor the tab (210, 303) at a position along the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330) in a force-locking and / or positive-locking manner , by this that the rail (101, 305) has a plurality of stop stops (120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) arranged along the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330), so that between the stop stops ( 120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) shift areas (130, 132, 134, 136, 338, 340) are formed, and the stop stops (120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 229 , 320) are formed and arranged such that the rider (210, 303) within a displacement region (130, 132, 134, 136, 338, 340) along the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330) between the stop stops (120 , 122, 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) is movable and upon movement in the direction stop stop (120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) against further movement via the stop stop (120, 122 , 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) is positively secured, and the tab (210, 303) has an unlocking device, which is designed to unlock the tab (210, 303) such that the tab (210, 303 paral Lel the rail longitudinal axis (102, 330) over the stop stop (120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 229, 320) across in an adjacent sliding region (130, 132, 134, 136, 338, 340) is movable ,

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  • The invention relates to a rail system for fastening a vehicle seat, with at least one rail with a rail longitudinal axis and a rail cross-section. The rail system also has a tab for attachment to a vehicle seat. The rail is designed to receive the rider in such a way that the rider is movable along the rail longitudinal axis.
  • The rail has along the rail longitudinal axis at least one holding portion, in which the rail cross-section is shaped such that the rail can hold the tab in a direction different from the rail longitudinal axis direction positively.
  • The rider has a locking anchor, which is designed and arranged to anchor the rider at a position along the rail longitudinal axis frictionally or positively or both releasably. A solution with riders is from the DE 44 33 892 A1 removable.
  • Previously known rail systems, for example, in the publications DE 101 52 668 A1 . US 5,222,814 A such as DE 196 20 076 C2 are disclosed, for fastening a vehicle seat on an outer rail, in which an inner rail is movably mounted along a rail longitudinal axis. A vehicle seat is connected to the inner rail and the inner rail can be detachably moved forward and backward with the vehicle seat at a grid spacing.
  • These systems have the disadvantage that the vehicle seat, when moved while driving, can be moved further than intended by inertial forces.
  • The invention is therefore based on the object of specifying a rail system for a vehicle seat, which allows safe operation while driving.
  • This object is achieved by a rail system of the aforementioned type, in which the rail has a plurality of stop stops arranged along the rail longitudinal axis, so that shift areas are formed between the stop stops. The stop stops are designed and arranged such that the rider is movable within a shift range along the rail longitudinal axis between the stop stops and is secured positively against movement on stop stop against further movement on the stop stop addition. The rider has an unlocking device, which is designed to unlock the rider in such a way that the rider is movable parallel to the rail longitudinal axis beyond the stop stop into an adjacent sliding region.
  • As a result, an unintentional Zuweit-moving a vehicle seat during a journey is advantageous no longer possible.
  • The vehicle seat is movable while driving in a sliding area. By unlocking the vehicle seat can be moved to a next shift range.
  • The unlocking device preferably has a tab stop, which is arranged and designed to secure the tab while moving along the rail longitudinal axis against a stop stop on a further movement over the stop stop away form-fitting manner. The unlocking device is preferably designed to raise or lower the tab stop, so that the tab can be moved into an adjacent sliding area.
  • The unlocking device is preferably designed such that the unlocking device can be actuated only when the vehicle is stationary with the rail system.
  • For this purpose, the unlocking device may for example be connected to a drive sensor which is connected to at least one wheel of the vehicle. and is configured to generate a travel signal corresponding to a wheel movement and to send this to the unlocking device. The unlocking device may be configured to unlock or lock the rider in response to the ride signal.
  • The unlocking device can for this purpose have an electric unlocking drive and a tab stop, wherein the unlocking drive is connected to the tab stop and is designed to raise or lower the tab abutment in response to the drive signal.
  • In a preferred embodiment, the holding portion has a substantially U-shaped rail cross-section, so that the rail in the region of the holding portion has a rail bottom and two rail side walls, wherein at least one rail side wall on the length of the holding portion has recesses for engagement of the locking armature and the recesses formed and arranged to lock the rider during engagement schienenlängsaxial positive fit.
  • The recesses may also be formed on both rail side walls.
  • As a result, a vehicle seat fastened to the rider can be displaced longitudinally of the rail and can be releasably locked in one position.
  • In a further preferred embodiment, the holding portion is formed by a U-shaped hollow profile and the rail side wall has a rail side wall edge, which is crimped inwards. This embodiment is easy to produce an extruded profile and allows a secure grip of the rider by positive engagement in other directions than the directions that are provided for moving the rider.
  • In one embodiment, the recesses are formed on the inwardly flared track sidewall edge. As a result, a locking armature, which has a profile formed in accordance with the recesses, engage in the recesses and advantageously lock the tab with a form-fitting lock on the longitudinal axis of the rail.
  • In another embodiment, the recesses are designed as rail sidewall openings. In this embodiment, a locking anchor formed in accordance with the rail side wall breakthroughs can engage in at least one of the rail side wall openings and lock the rail longitudinally in a form-locking manner.
  • In a preferred embodiment, the rail bottom has a plurality of depressions or openings for receiving in each case a stop stop. The unlocking device may further comprise a lockable and unlockable tab stop which abuts in the locked state against the stop stop and can secure the rider against further movement in the direction of the rail longitudinal axis against the stop stop.
  • A vehicle seat connected to the rider is thus advantageously movably secured between two shift stops formed directly following one another on the rail track. By unlocking the tab stop the rider can be moved with the vehicle seat in an adjacent displacement area of the rail.
  • In one embodiment, the openings or depressions each have a screw thread for screwing in a stop stop and the stop stops each have a corresponding screw thread for screwing into a recess or an opening.
  • The connection of the stop stops with the rail by screw thread advantageously allows easy installation and displacement or widening of displacement areas.
  • In a preferred embodiment, the stop stops are arranged on the rail bottom and releasably connected thereto.
  • In another embodiment, the stop stops may for example be welded to the rail bottom.
  • In a further embodiment, the holding section has a cross-sectional profile with a triangular area and the tab is designed to be arranged on the triangular area along the longitudinal axis of the rail and to at least partially surround the triangle.
  • This embodiment allows a positive retention of a rider, which is placed on a rail.
  • In a further embodiment, the holding section is designed as a U-hollow profile and the triangular area is arranged on the rail bottom.
  • This embodiment combines the inclusion of a rider in a U-profile and the placement of a rider on a rail and allows a secure positive fit with exactly guided mobility of the rider parallel to the rail longitudinal axis.
  • A vehicle floor may advantageously comprise a rail system according to one or a combination of the above-described embodiments. The rail is arranged in this embodiment on the vehicle floor. Preferably, the rail is recessed in the vehicle floor such that the rail forms a plane with the vehicle floor.
  • The rail can be welded to the vehicle floor, screwed, with this bayonet locked or connected with a combination of these with the vehicle floor.
  • A vehicle seat may advantageously comprise a rail system of the aforementioned type, wherein the rider is connected to the vehicle seat. The rider can be bolted or welded to the vehicle seat.
  • A motor vehicle may advantageously have a rail system of the type described above.
  • A motor vehicle may include a vehicle seat and the above-described rail system. As a result, advantageously a safe displacement of the vehicle seat while driving within a displacement range parallel to the rail longitudinal axis is possible.
  • The motor vehicle may be a passenger car or a pickup truck.
  • In another embodiment, the motor vehicle may be a truck, in particular a tractor-trailer.
  • The invention will be explained below in embodiments with reference to the accompanying drawings. Show it:
  • 1 schematically illustrated, a rail for a rail system for fixing a vehicle seat;
  • 2 represented chemically, a cross section of a rail system for fixing a vehicle seat and
  • 3 schematically illustrated, a longitudinal section of a rail system for securing a vehicle seat with a stop stop and an unlocking device.
  • 1 shows a schematic representation of a rail 101 for a rail system for fixing a vehicle seat.
  • The rail 101 includes a rail longitudinal axis 102 , a rail floor 110 and two rail sidewalls 112 and 113 ,
  • The rail side walls 112 and 113 are perpendicular to the rail bottom 110 arranged and formed on this in such a way that the rail bottom 110 and the rail sidewalls 112 and 113 form a rail with a U-shaped cross-section.
  • The rail 101 has two holding sections 140 and 138 on, in which the rail side wall edges are each crimped inwards. The rail cross-section thus forms at the holding sections 140 and 138 a C shape.
  • The rail side wall 112 points in the region of the holding section 140 a beading 119 and in the area of the holding section 138 a beading 115 on.
  • The rail side wall 113 points in the region of the holding section 140 a beading 114 and in the area of the holding section 138 a beading 116 on. The crimp edges of opposite rail sidewalls 112 and 113 are each so far inwardly crimped that transverse to the longitudinal axis 102 between the Bördelrändern a groove of the width 139 to the carriage of a - not shown - rider parallel to the rail longitudinal axis 102 is formed.
  • The crimp edges 114 . 119 . 115 and 116 each have a toothing, which exemplifies as a toothing 117 is shown.
  • Between the holding sections 138 and 140 is located along the rail longitudinal axis 102 a recess area 118 in which the rail sidewalls 112 and 113 each have no beaded edge. As a result, a correspondingly shaped rider from the rail at the location of the recess area 118 removable or insertable.
  • The rail 101 also includes stop attacks 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 and 128 , each at the rail bottom 110 along the rail longitudinal axis 102 are arranged. The stop stop 122 is along the rail longitudinal axis 102 in a shift area 136 forming distance from the stop stop 120 arranged. The stop stop 124 is along the rail longitudinal axis 102 in a shift area 134 forming distance from the stop stop 122 arranged. The stop stop 126 is along the rail longitudinal axis 102 in a shift area 132 forming distance from the stop stop 124 arranged and the stop stop 128 is along the rail longitudinal axis 102 in a shift area 130 forming distance from the stop stop 126 arranged.
  • The stop attacks 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 and 128 can be on the rail floor 110 be welded or screwed.
  • 2 shows a schematic representation of a cross section of a rail system 201 ,
  • The rail system 201 includes a rider 210 , which via a rod-shaped bolt 212 with a locking anchor 214 connected is. The bolt 212 is along an axis 230 slidable, leaving the bolt 212 together with the bolt 212 connected locking anchor 214 in a downward direction 218 or in an upward direction 216 is movable.
  • The rail system also includes a rail with a rail bottom 220 , with a first rail sidewall 221 and a second rail sidewall 222 ,
  • The rail side walls 221 and 222 are each at the rail bottom 220 formed, wherein the first rail side wall 221 a first rail sidewall edge 223 which is crimped inwards. The second rail side wall 222 has a second rail sidewall edge 224 which is crimped inwards so that the rail sidewalls 221 and 222 together with the integrally formed on the rail walls rail bottom 220 form a C-shape in cross-section.
  • The operation of the rail system 201 will now be described below:
    The rider 210 , which is shown only in sections in this illustration, can be connected to a - not shown - vehicle seat structure.
  • The over the bolt 212 with the rider 210 connected locking anchors 214 For example, by a recess which the - in 1 illustrated recess 118 corresponds - to be introduced into the C-shape of the rail.
  • In the embodiment shown in this figure, the locking anchor 214 in - in the 2 not shown - recesses of the rail side wall edges 224 and 223 engaged. By downward movement in the downward direction 218 can the bolt 212 and the one with the bolt 212 connected locking anchors 214 in a release position 214 ' be brought so that the rider 210 along a - not shown in this figure - rail longitudinal axis can be moved. Shown is also a stop stop 229 which is on the rail floor 220 arranged and connected to this.
  • 3 shows a schematic representation of a rail system 301 in longitudinal section illustration.
  • The rail system 301 includes a rider 303 with a first movably connected bolt 319 and a second movably connected bolt 317 , The one with the rider 303 connected bolts 317 and 319 are transverse to a rail longitudinal axis 330 movable. The bolt 317 has a bolt end 316 at which a rider stop 315 is formed. At the bolt 319 is a locking anchor 321 formed.
  • The locking anchor 321 has an upwardly facing toothing 322 on, with the gearing 322 is formed, in corresponding recesses of a rail side wall edge 309 intervene. Also shown is a rail 305 which is a rail floor 311 and a rail side wall 307 having.
  • The rail side wall 307 is flanged so that the rail sidewall edge 309 - Shown in dashed lines in this illustration - inside the rail bottom 311 contrary has.
  • A stop stop 320 is on the rail floor 311 arranged and with the rail bottom 311 connected.
  • The operation of the rail system 301 will now be described below:
    If the bolt 319 and the one with the bolt 319 connected locking anchors 321 in the direction 334 can be moved downwards, the gearing can 322 from the through the recesses on the flanged rail sidewall edge 309 formed gearing 322 be detached. This allows the rider 303 together with the rider 303 connected bolts 319 and 317 parallel to the rail longitudinal axis 330 in the direction 332 to be moved. If the rider 303 with loosened locking anchor 321 far enough in the direction 332 is moved, the rider stop 315 bump against the stop stop, allowing a further movement of the rider 303 in the direction 332 is no longer possible.
  • If the bolt 317 together with the rider stop 315 far enough in an upward direction 336 is moved, the rider can 303 together with the bolts 317 . 319 and the rider stop 315 and the locking anchor 321 in the direction 332 over the stop stop 320 be moved away.
  • This allows the rider stop 315 from a move area 338 into a shift area 340 switch.
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  • 101
    rail
    102
    rail longitudinal axis
    110
    rail floor
    112
    Track sidewall
    113
    Track sidewall
    114
    beaded
    115
    beaded
    116
    beaded
    117
    gearing
    118
    recess portion
    119
    beaded
    120
    Stop-stop
    122
    Stop-stop
    124
    Stop-stop
    126
    Stop-stop
    128
    Stop-stop
    130
    Sliding area
    132
    Sliding area
    134
    Sliding area
    136
    Sliding area
    138
    holding section
    139
    Gutter of width
    140
    holding section
    201
    rail system
    210
    equestrian
    212
    bolt
    214
    Locking anchor
    214 '
    release position
    216
    uplink
    218
    downward direction
    220
    rail floor
    221
    first rail side wall
    222
    second rail side wall
    223
    first rail sidewall edge
    224
    second rail sidewall edge
    229
    Stop-stop
    230
    axis
    301
    rail system
    303
    equestrian
    305
    rail
    307
    Track sidewall
    309
    Track sidewall edge
    311
    rail floor
    315
    Reiter's stop
    316
    pintail
    317
    second movable bolt
    319
    first movable bolt
    320
    Stop-stop
    321
    Locking anchor
    322
    gearing
    330
    rail longitudinal axis
    332
    longitudinal direction
    334
    downward direction
    336
    uplink
    338
    Sliding area
    340
    Sliding area

Claims (20)

  1. Rail system ( 201 . 301 ) for fastening a vehicle seat, with at least one rail ( 101 . 305 ) with a rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) and a rail cross-section and a rider ( 210 . 303 ) for attachment to a vehicle seat, the rail ( 101 . 305 ), the rider ( 210 . 303 ) such that the rider ( 210 . 303 ) along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) is movable, and the rail ( 101 . 305 ) along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) at least one holding section ( 138 . 140 ), in which the rail cross-section is shaped such that the rail ( 101 . 305 ) the tab ( 210 . 303 ) in a rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) can hold positively in different directions, and the rider ( 210 . 303 ) a locking anchor ( 214 . 321 ), which is formed and arranged, the rider ( 210 . 303 ) at a position along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) anchored releasably and / or positively, characterized in that the rail ( 101 . 305 ) a plurality of along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) arranged stop attacks ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ), so that between the stop stops ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) Shift areas ( 130 . 132 . 134 . 136 . 338 . 340 ) are formed, and the stop attacks ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) are designed and arranged such that the rider ( 210 . 303 ) within a shift range ( 130 . 132 . 134 . 136 . 338 . 340 ) along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) between the stops ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) is movable and when moving in the direction stop stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) against further movement via the stop-stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) is positively secured, and the rider ( 210 . 303 ) has an unlocking device, which is formed, the rider ( 210 . 303 ) in such a way that the rider ( 210 . 303 ) parallel to the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) over the stop stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) into a neighboring shift area ( 130 . 132 . 134 . 136 . 338 . 340 ) is movable.
  2. Rail system according to claim 1, characterized in that the unlocking device connected to the unlocking device tab stop ( 315 ), which is arranged and formed, the rider ( 210 . 303 ) when moving parallel to the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) against a stop stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) against further movement via the stop-stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) secure form fit, wherein the unlocking device is designed to the rider-stop ( 315 ) to raise or lower, so that the rider has a stop stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) into a neighboring shift area ( 130 . 132 . 134 . 136 . 338 . 340 ) is movable.
  3. Rail system according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the holding section ( 138 . 140 ) has a substantially U-shaped rail cross section, so that the holding portion ( 138 . 140 ) a rail bottom ( 110 . 220 . 311 ) and two rail sidewalls ( 112 . 113 . 221 . 222 . 307 ), wherein at least one rail side wall ( 112 . 113 . 221 . 222 . 307 ) on the length of the holding section ( 138 . 140 ) Recesses for engagement of the locking anchor ( 214 . 321 ) and the recesses are formed and arranged such that the rider ( 210 . 303 ) is longitudinally positively lockable rail.
  4. Rail system according to claim 2 or 3, characterized in that the holding section ( 138 . 140 ) is formed by a U-shaped hollow profile and the rail side wall ( 112 . 113 . 221 . 222 . 307 ) a rail sidewall edge ( 223 . 224 . 309 ), which is crimped inwards.
  5. Rail system according to claim 4, characterized in that the recesses on the after inside beaded rail sidewall edge ( 223 . 224 . 309 ) are formed.
  6. Rail system according to one of claims 3 to 5, characterized in that the recesses are designed as rail sidewall openings.
  7. Rail system according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the rail bottom ( 110 . 220 . 311 ) a plurality of depressions or openings for receiving a stop stop ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) having.
  8. Rail system according to claim 7, characterized in that the openings or recesses each have a screw thread for screwing in a stop stop and the stop stops ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) each have a corresponding screw thread for screwing into a recess or an opening.
  9. Rail system according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the stop stops ( 120 . 122 . 124 . 126 . 128 . 229 . 320 ) on the rail floor ( 110 . 220 . 311 ) are arranged and connected to this.
  10. Rail system according to one of claims 3 to 9, characterized in that on both rail side walls ( 112 . 113 . 221 . 222 . 307 ) Recesses are formed.
  11. Rail system according to claim 1, characterized in that the holding section ( 138 . 140 ) has a cross-sectional profile with a triangular area and the rider is formed on the triangular area along the rail longitudinal axis ( 102 . 330 ) and at least partially surround the triangle.
  12. Rail system according to claim 11, characterized in that the holding section ( 138 . 140 ) is formed as U-hollow profile and the triangular area on the rail bottom ( 110 . 220 . 311 ) is arranged.
  13. Rail system according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the unlocking device is connected to a travel sensor which is connected to at least one wheel of the vehicle and designed to generate a wheel movement corresponding ride signal and to send this to the unlocking device and the unlocking device is formed, depending on the drive signal the tab ( 210 . 303 ) to unlock or lock.
  14. Rail system according to claim 13, characterized in that the unlocking device comprises an electric unlocking drive and a rider stop ( 315 ), wherein the unlocking drive with the tab stop ( 315 ) is connected and formed, depending on the drive signal the rider stop ( 315 ) raise or lower.
  15. Vehicle floor with a rail system according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the rail ( 101 . 305 ) is arranged on the vehicle floor.
  16. Vehicle floor with a rail system according to one of claims 1-14, characterized in that the rail ( 101 . 305 ) is welded to the vehicle floor.
  17. Vehicle seat with a rail system according to one of claims 1-14, characterized in that the rider ( 201 . 303 ) is connected to the vehicle seat.
  18. Motor vehicle with a rail system according to one of claims 1 to 14.
  19. Motor vehicle with a vehicle seat according to claim 17.
  20. Motor vehicle according to claim 18 or 19, characterized in that the motor vehicle is a pickup truck.
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