DE10245901A1 - Roller blind arrangement for vehicle screens has winding movable between standby position at edge of screen, stowed position in which shaft with rewound blind is outside viewing area through screen - Google Patents

Roller blind arrangement for vehicle screens has winding movable between standby position at edge of screen, stowed position in which shaft with rewound blind is outside viewing area through screen Download PDF

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DE10245901A1
DE10245901A1 DE2002145901 DE10245901A DE10245901A1 DE 10245901 A1 DE10245901 A1 DE 10245901A1 DE 2002145901 DE2002145901 DE 2002145901 DE 10245901 A DE10245901 A DE 10245901A DE 10245901 A1 DE10245901 A1 DE 10245901A1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J1/00Windows; Windscreens; Accessories therefor
    • B60J1/20Accessories, e.g. wind deflectors, blinds
    • B60J1/2011Blinds; curtains or screens reducing heat or light intensity
    • B60J1/2013Roller blinds
    • B60J1/2019Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators
    • B60J1/2025Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators with flexible actuating elements connected to the draw bar for pulling only, e.g. cords, wires or cables
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J1/00Windows; Windscreens; Accessories therefor
    • B60J1/20Accessories, e.g. wind deflectors, blinds
    • B60J1/2011Blinds; curtains or screens reducing heat or light intensity
    • B60J1/2013Roller blinds
    • B60J1/2019Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators
    • B60J1/2022Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators with screw rods or extensible rods acting on the draw bar for pushing or push-pulling
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J1/00Windows; Windscreens; Accessories therefor
    • B60J1/20Accessories, e.g. wind deflectors, blinds
    • B60J1/2011Blinds; curtains or screens reducing heat or light intensity
    • B60J1/2013Roller blinds
    • B60J1/2019Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators
    • B60J1/2027Roller blinds powered, e.g. by electric, hydraulic or pneumatic actuators with a buckle-proof guided flexible actuating element acting on the draw bar for pushing or push-pulling, e.g. a Bowden cable
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J1/00Windows; Windscreens; Accessories therefor
    • B60J1/20Accessories, e.g. wind deflectors, blinds
    • B60J1/2011Blinds; curtains or screens reducing heat or light intensity
    • B60J1/2013Roller blinds
    • B60J1/2066Arrangement of blinds in vehicles
    • B60J1/2072Blinds with inclined or vertical orientation of the winding axis
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60JWINDOWS, WINDSCREENS, NON-FIXED ROOFS, DOORS, OR SIMILAR DEVICES FOR VEHICLES; REMOVABLE EXTERNAL PROTECTIVE COVERINGS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR VEHICLES
    • B60J1/00Windows; Windscreens; Accessories therefor
    • B60J1/20Accessories, e.g. wind deflectors, blinds
    • B60J1/2011Blinds; curtains or screens reducing heat or light intensity
    • B60J1/2013Roller blinds
    • B60J1/2066Arrangement of blinds in vehicles
    • B60J1/2086Arrangement of blinds in vehicles specially adapted for openable windows, e.g. side window

Abstract

The invention relates to a roller blind arrangement for vehicle windows with a roller blind (10) which can be wound onto a winding shaft (9) and which can be adjusted between a wound ready position and an extended protective position covering the window (2), the winding shaft (9) being adjustable and When the roller blind (10) is wound up, it can be adjusted between the ready position on an edge (3) of the disc (2) and a storage position in which the winding shaft (9) with the wound roller blind (10) is arranged outside the viewing area of the disc (2) , In its ready position, the winding shaft (9) is preferably arranged on a lateral disc edge (3) and in its storage position below the upper edge (5) or the lower edge (8) of the disc (2). To adjust the winding shaft (9) it can be provided that it is mounted on one of its two ends by means of a pivot bearing (16, 17).

Description

  • The invention relates to a roller blind arrangement for vehicle windows with a roller blind that can be wound onto a winding shaft and that is between a wound standby position and an extended position and the protective position covering the pane is adjustable.
  • From the DE 100 05 951 A1 a rear window roller blind for motor vehicles has become known in which a winding shaft is rotatably mounted on the lower edge of the window and preferably under a parcel shelf. Two spaced-apart, pressure-resistant cylindrical actuators are mounted below the parcel shelf and connected to a pull-out strip on the roller blind. The roller blind in front of the rear window is pulled out simultaneously by synchronously extending the two cylindrical actuators via the rear window.
  • The object of the invention is a to create the aforementioned blind arrangement, which is optically inconspicuous, if you save Use and is for use with different lens shapes suitable is.
  • This task begins with one mentioned roller blind arrangement according to the invention solved in that the winding shaft is adjustable and with the blind rolled up between the Standby position and a storage position is adjustable, in which the winding shaft with the rolled up roller blind outside the The viewing area of the pane is arranged. The winding shaft is therefore only from a visually unobtrusive or covered by a cover in its standby position extended. This is particularly the case with a passenger car without B-pillars advantageous because the winding shaft from a storage position z. B. behind a panel at the bottom of the side window the B-pillar can be extended or swung out so that the roller blind in extended approximately horizontally to the rear end of the window can be. In general, however, the storage position of the winding shaft be assigned to each page edge of the page window. The blind arrangement is also suitable for other vehicle windows or vehicle windows such. B. rear windows or also roof panels of transparent roofs or roof sections as well as opening ones Glass covers from sunroofs or similar.
  • Preferably, the winding shaft in its storage position relocated under a vehicle interior paneling, however, it can also be lowered into a recess in the interior trim become and remain visible.
  • With a side or rear window it is useful if the winding shaft in its ready position on a side Disk edge is arranged and in its storage position below the Upper edge or the lower edge of the disc is arranged. A corresponding arrangement is however also with other disks like z. B. possible with a roof window.
  • The winding shaft can be put down moved lengthways are preferred, however, it is preferred at one of its two ends a swivel bearing.
  • The swivel bearing can be used with have the circular shaft-shaped bearing part pivoting the winding shaft, the one toothing meshing with a drive pinion or contains them a pivoting lever on one outside an edge of the disc in particular concealed Füh tion slidably mounted is and is pivotally connected to a winding shaft holder.
  • Furthermore, to take off the Roller blinds pull a rope from the roller blind to a deflection that on one opposite the blind Edge or end of the disc and in particular arranged on its lower edge is. An alternative design provides that a pull-out part of the blind with a drive part is coupled, which is mounted displaceably on a longitudinal guide which is particularly concealed laterally next to an edge of the pane is arranged.
  • Furthermore, the task at a roller blind arrangement mentioned at the outset also according to the invention solved, that the Winding shaft arranged on a disc edge outside the disc is and that a Pulling rope for pulling out the roller blind is guided over a rope deflection, which can be displaced along a disc edge opposite the winding shaft is between a standby position in which the pull rope to Pulling out the roller blind spanned the window, and a storage position, in which it is arranged adjacent to one end of the winding shaft and the traction rope on the disc edge adjacent to the winding shaft or outside the disc runs. With this solution the pull rope is only used when the roller blind is used or when it is pulled out the roller blind in front of the window. Otherwise it is in one Edge area of the pane or even arranged outside the pane, so that it does not appear visually.
  • Finally, the object is also achieved according to the invention solved a blind arrangement with the features of claim 13. in this connection become guides, who store and / or move a pull-out rail of the roller blind, only with Required from a covered position to its functional position brought. Because at least two guide arms can be moved in front of the window, this roller blind arrangement with a stable leadership for the Pull-out rail for each disc independently of the disc shape can be used. Side guides on a frame of the pane are not necessary.
  • Advantageous embodiments of the Invention are contained in the respective subclaims.
  • The following are exemplary embodiments the blind arrangement explained in more detail with reference to the drawing. It shows:
  • 1 a top view in a schematic representation of an interior view of a side window of a vehicle with a wound sun blind of a first embodiment of a blind arrangement;
  • 2 The side window of the vehicle according to 1 with the sun blind pulled out;
  • 3 a plan view in a schematic representation of a modification of the embodiment of the 1 with rolled up sun blind;
  • 4 in top view in a schematic representation that in 3 shown wound sun blind in the lowered storage position;
  • 5 In plan view, a schematic representation of a second embodiment of the blind arrangement;
  • 6 a top view in a schematic representation of a third embodiment of the blind arrangement;
  • 7 a top view in a schematic representation of a modification of the first embodiment of the roller blind arrangement with the roller blind rolled up or pulled out; and
  • 8th a top view in a schematic representation of the blind arrangement of 7 in storage position.
  • A passenger car, for example a two-door coupe, contains a front side window in a driver's door and then a rear side window mounted in the body to the rear 1 with a fixed or retractable disc 2 , The vehicle can have a B-pillar on the front edge 3 the disc 2 borders. However, the vehicle can also be designed without a B-pillar (as shown in 1 ) and the panes of the front side window and the rear side window can be lowered to open. An upper window frame 4 of the side window 1 or an upper margin 5 the disc 2 runs from the top 6 of the front margin 3 downward in a curve down to a body side panel 7 that is below the side window 1 or at the bottom 8th the disc 2 borders.
  • A roller blind arrangement for the inside of the side window 1 contains a sun blind with a winding shaft rotatably mounted in the usual way 9 with a roller blind wound on it 10 that against the force of a spring device from the winding shaft 9 can be developed by a pull bar 11 at the pull-out edge of the blind 10 by means of a pull rope 12 is pulled out, the one on the pull bar 11 attached eyelet 13 is attached to a redirection 14 at the back of the side window 1 is led and back to one below the side window 1 behind an inner lining of the body side panel 7 arranged drive motor 15 runs. The winding shaft 9 in its standby position with the blind rolled up 10 parallel to the front edge 3 of the side window 1 or the disc 2 is aligned, is at its lower end about a pivot axis 16 so movable or pivoted that they are when the blind is rolled up 10 from their standby position with respect to the vehicle to the rear parallel to the lower edge 8th of the side window 1 can be pivoted into a storage position in which it can be seen from the viewing area of the side window 1 largely or completely removed. In the storage position, for example, it is in a recess in the inner lining at the lower edge 8th of the side window 1 arranged (see the example of 4 ).
  • The pivoting of the winding shaft 9 z. B. by means of a support lever 17 on the one hand on a bracket of the winding shaft 9 is pivotally mounted and on the other hand on a longitudinal guide 18 at the bottom 8th of the side window 1 on a glider 19 is articulated by a push-pull cable 20 is displaceable, the z. B. from the same drive motor 15 is movable.
  • The winding shaft 9 and / or the support lever 17 can be biased by a spring device into a pivot position, for. B. in the standby position shown along the front edge 3 the disc 2 , so that only a pull rope for moving the glider 19 along the longitudinal guide 18 is required for the counter movement in the opposite direction.
  • When using the common drive with the drive motor 15 is z. B. provided that first the swiveling up of the winding shaft 9 is enabled or effected from the storage position to the standby position and then the roller blind 10 from the winding shaft 9 is handled. The two different movements can be controlled, for example, by means of a control device, as in the EP 1 129 871 A1 for controlling the pull-out movements of two window blinds by means of a drive is described. Instead of the common drive, the pull rope can also be used 12 from its own drive motor 21 for pulling out the blind 10 be operated (see pull rope 12 ' in 1 ).
  • The pull bar in this embodiment is due to the narrow tapered disc 2 only a short part in the middle of the pull-out edge of the blind 10 , can, however, also extend over the entire pull-out edge for other blinds.
  • According to a modification of the first embodiment, the winding shaft contains 9 (please refer 3 ) a swivel bearing with an arcuate bearing part 22 that on the body or vehicle side part 7 below the side window 1 about a pivot axis 23 is movably mounted and an external toothing 24 with which a pinion 25 of a drive 26 , e.g. B. an electric motor or a hydraulic or pneumatic drive unit is in drive engagement.
  • When swiveling the winding shaft 9 in the lower storage position (see 4 ) becomes the pull rope 12 from the drive motor 21 wrapped and shortened by the length around which the eyelet extends 13 the redirection 14 or the drive 21 approaches. Alternatively, a tensioning device is provided (not shown) which is connected to the pivot bearing of the winding shaft 9 or the drive for pivoting the winding shaft 9 is coupled and the pull rope 12 z , B. shortened via an additional movable deflection.
  • In the in the 1 to 4 Shutter arrangement shown is thus in the storage position of the winding shaft 9 there is no visual impairment at the location of a B-pillar, so that the visual appearance is improved and, in particular, if the side windows can be lowered, the surface of the side window openings can be exposed continuously.
  • The one in the 5 The second exemplary embodiment of the roller blind arrangement shown is the winding shaft 9 at the bottom 8th of the side window 1 below an inner lining 27 concealed and for winding and unwinding the blind 10 rotatably supported and pre-tensioned in the winding direction by spring force, but otherwise their arrangement cannot be shifted. On a pull-out bar 11 of the blind 10 is the pull rope 12 attached that via a redirection 28 is led, which is outside the upper edge 5 the disc 2 along a tour 29 is movably mounted. The guide formed as a guide rail 29 is arranged in or on the vehicle headlining or on a body part covered by the sky and extends along the upper edge 5 the disc 2 or the upper window frame 4 of the side window 1 from an upper end 30 , where if the redirection 28 is arranged here (redirection 28 ' in 5 ), the pull rope 12 ' roughly perpendicular to the pull-out bar 11 of the blind 10 or the winding wave 9 runs to a lower end 31 , which is a lowered position of the deflection 28 enables the pull rope 12 near the lower edge 8th the disc 2 or the side window 1 or from the interior trim 27 is hidden.
  • The pull rope 12 runs from the shiftable redirection 28 to another redirection 32 and on to the drive device 21 , At the leadership 29 for the redirection 28 can the pull rope 12 ' also be led. Another drive device 33 drives a train-push cable 34 with the relocatable redirection 28 is connected and adjusted if necessary along the guide 29 between their top position at the end 30 in which they are pulling out the blind 10 allows, and their bottom position at the end 31 into which they are after winding up the blind 10 is shifted. The shiftable redirection 28 is, for example, a roller rotatably mounted on a slider. The glider is on the lead 28 slidably mounted and with the train-push cable 34 connected. According to the first exemplary embodiment, only one drive device can be used for the displacement of the deflection 28 as well as for extending and retracting the pull rope 12 as well as for tensioning the pull rope in the storage position, for example with a control device as specified above.
  • In a third embodiment of the blind arrangement (see 6 ) is the winding shaft 9 below the lower margin 8th of the side window 1 or the disc 2 under the inner lining 27 concealed and for winding and unwinding the blind 10 rotatably supported and pre-tensioned in the winding direction by spring force, but otherwise their arrangement cannot be shifted. Two longitudinal guides 35 and 36 are spaced apart and perpendicular to the winding shaft 9 arranged and extend under the inner lining 27 from the lower margin 8th of the side window 1 down. On the longitudinal guides 35 and 36 is a guide arm 37 respectively. 38 slidably mounted. The two guide arms 37 . 38 are at their upper ends by means of a connecting rod 39 connected together, the connecting rod 39 not rigid with the guide arms 37 . 38 is connected, but due to articulated or elastic bearings 40 . 41 on the guide arms 37 . 38 a relative displacement of the two guide arms 37 . 38 to each other. This allows the two guide arms 37 . 38 from its lowered storage position, in which the connecting rod 39 essentially horizontal or parallel to the lower edge 8th the disc 2 is concealed, by means of a respective drive device, for. B. a train-push cable 40 respectively. 41 , to the top 5 the disc 2 be extended. The right guide arm lays 38 opposite the left guide arm 37 a larger exit path until it is on the curved upper edge 5 or the upper window frame 4 is applied. This also corresponds to the curvature of the upper edge 5 shaped connecting rod 39 that the extended guide arms 37 . 38 gives greater stability, lies on the upper edge 5 on. The movement of the two guide arms 37 . 38 z. B. by means of a drive motor 42 arranged drive pinion unit 43 , a smaller diameter drive pinion using the push-pull cable 40 with the left guide arm covering the shorter extension path 37 and a larger diameter drive pinion by means of the push-pull cable 41 with the right guide arm covering the longer extension path 38 is in drive connection. With the same rotation of the two drive pinions, the right-hand guide arm thus engages 38 a larger extension path back than the left guide arm 37 , However, it can also be used for any guide arm 37 . 38 In each case, a separate drive can be provided, the drives being controlled for their corresponding movement by means of a control device.
  • The guide arms 37 . 38 each have a guide (not shown) for slidably supporting a pull bar of the roller blind 10 on. The Zuglei is over two in the two guide arms 37 . 38 guided cables for pulling out and retracting the blind 10 extendable and retractable. The cables are moved by their own drive.
  • Thus, when the roller blind is in the stored storage position 10 the two guide arms 37 . 38 lowered and not visible. To extend the blind 10 first the two guide arms 37 . 38 in their operating position up to the upper edge 5 the disc 2 extended and then the pull-out bar with the roller blind 10 partially or fully extended. If temporarily the blind 10 should be lowered, this can be done along the guide arms 37 . 38 take place without having to be relocated.
  • This type of guidance for the pull-out bar of the roller blind is suitable for any disc shape and has the advantage that the guides are not, for example arranged very different edges of the discs have to be a movement of an extension bar on the two associated guides would be difficult to achieve. The guides of this embodiment are always parallel and are only in their functional position when necessary brought.
  • In a modification of the first embodiment (see 7 and 8th ) contains the roller blind 10 a pulling part at its pull-out edge 44 that with a sled 45 connected to one below the lower edge 8th concealed longitudinal guide 46 is slidably mounted and by means of a pressure-resistant drive cable 47 from a drive motor 48 is movable. So the blind can 10 are pulled out of its wound closed position into its unwound cover position (in 7 both positions are shown). Instead of the drive cable shown 47 a simple pull rope can also be used if this is opposite to the carriage 45 attacks and this against the winding force of the blind 10 emotional. The swivel bearing of the winding shaft 9 can be formed according to those pivot bearings that in the 1 to 4 are shown.
  • The winding shaft swung down into its storage position 9 shows 8th (the swivel bearing and the swivel drive are not shown). The train part 44 contains a coupling part or a pin 49 who is in a curved backdrop 50 of the sled 45 is included, in which it is when pivoting the winding shaft 9 can move.
  • In principle, the longitudinal guide for the slide can also be on the opposite upper edge 5 the disc be arranged.
  • The drive devices mentioned can generally electromotive, pneumatic or hydraulic drives exhibit.
  • The blind 10 can serve as sun protection or privacy protection in all exemplary embodiments and accordingly consist of a film or a fabric which can also be perforated, or serves as fly protection and contains a windable fly net or fly screen or a comparable material.
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Claims (18)

  1. Roller blind arrangement for vehicle windows with a roller blind which can be wound onto a winding shaft and which can be adjusted between a wound ready position and an extended protective position covering the window, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) is adjustable and with the blind rolled up ( 10 ) between the standby position on an edge ( 3 ) the disc ( 2 ) and a storage position in which the winding shaft ( 9 ) with the rolled up blind ( 10 ) outside the viewing area of the pane ( 2 ) is arranged.
  2. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 1, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) in its storage position under a vehicle interior paneling ( 7 . 27 ) is relocated.
  3. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) in its standby position on a side edge of the pane ( 3 ) is arranged and in its storage position below the upper edge ( 5 ) or the lower margin ( 8th ) the disc ( 2 ) is arranged.
  4. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) at one of its two ends by means of a swivel bearing ( 16 . 17 ; 22 . 23 ) is stored.
  5. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 4, characterized in that the pivot bearing ( 16 . 17 ; 22 . 23 ) with the winding shaft ( 9 ) pivoting circular arch-shaped bearing part ( 22 ), one with a drive pinion ( 25 ) meshing teeth ( 24 ) having.
  6. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 4, characterized in that the pivot bearing has a pivot lever ( 17 ) which is on an outside of an edge ( 8th ) the disc ( 2 ) especially concealed guidance ( 18 ) is slidably mounted and is pivotally connected to a winding shaft holder.
  7. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that a pull rope ( 12 ) from the roller blind ( 10 ) to a redirection ( 14 ) that runs along the roller blind ( 10 ) opposite edge or end of the disc ( 2 ) and especially on its lower edge ( 8th ) is arranged.
  8. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that a pull-out part ( 44 ) of the blind ( 10 ) with a drive part ( 45 ) is coupled to a longitudinal guide ( 46 ) is slidably mounted on the side next to an edge ( 8th ) the disc ( 2 ) is arranged.
  9. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that a first drive ( 21 ; 48 ) for pulling out the blind ( 10 ) and a second drive ( 15 ) for adjusting or swiveling the winding shaft ( 9 ) is provided, or that a common drive ( 15 ) takes over the function of the first and the second drive.
  10. Roller blind arrangement for vehicle windows with a roller blind which can be wound onto a winding shaft and which can be adjusted between a wound ready position and an extended protective position covering the window, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) on a pane edge ( 8th ) outside the disc ( 2 ) is arranged and that a pull rope ( 12 ) to pull out the blind ( 10 ) via a rope deflection ( 28 ) which is guided along one of the winding shaft ( 9 ) opposite disc edge ( 5 ) can be shifted between a standby position in which the pull rope ( 12 ) to pull out the blind ( 10 ) the disc ( 2 ) and a storage position in which it is adjacent to one end of the winding shaft ( 9 ) is arranged and the pull rope ( 12 ) to the winding shaft ( 9 ) adjacent pane edge ( 8th ) or outside the disc ( 2 ) runs.
  11. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 10, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) on a lower edge ( 8th ) the disc ( 2 ) is arranged that the pull rope ( 12 ) along a along the top edge ( 5 ) the disc ( 2 ) shiftable rope deflection ( 28 ) and that the upper edge ( 5 ) to the side of the lower edge ( 8th ) and the rope deflection ( 28 ) in the storage position in the area of the side meeting point of the lower edge ( 8th ) and the upper edge ( 5 ) is arranged.
  12. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 10 or 11, characterized in that the cable deflection ( 28 ) along the edge of the pane or the upper edge ( 5 ) running guide rail ( 29 ) is slidably guided and with a drive device ( 33 . 34 ) connected is.
  13. Roller blind arrangement for vehicle windows with a roller blind which can be wound onto a winding shaft and which can be adjusted between a wound ready position on one edge of the window and an extended protective position covering the window, characterized in that the winding shaft ( 9 ) below a lower margin ( 8th ) the disc ( 2 ) is arranged and that a guide device ( 35 . 36 . 37 . 38 ) on the body under the window ( 2 ) is arranged sunk and by means of a drive ( 43 ) up in front of the window ( 2 ) is extendable, and that on the guide device ( 35 . 36 . 37 . 38 ) a pull-out bar ( 11 ) of the blind ( 10 ) is slidably guided around the roller blind ( 10 ) in its extended protective position.
  14. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 13, characterized in that the guide device has at least two parallel guide arms ( 37 . 38 ), which on longitudinal guides ( 37 or 38) are slidably mounted and at their front ends ( 40 . 41 ) using a connecting rod ( 39 ) are connected.
  15. Roller blind arrangement according to claim 14, characterized in that the connecting rod ( 39 ) flexible or articulated with the two guide arms ( 37 . 38 ) connected is.
  16. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 13 to 15, characterized in that the guide arms ( 37 . 38 ) can be moved to different extension lengths.
  17. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 16, characterized in that the Drive devices electromotive, pneumatic or hydraulic Have drives.
  18. Roller blind arrangement according to one of claims 1 to 17, characterized in that the roller blind ( 10 ) consists of a material for privacy, sun protection or fly protection.
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