DE60225978T2 - Door handle with electronic module, especially for motor vehicles - Google Patents

Door handle with electronic module, especially for motor vehicles

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DE60225978T2
DE60225978T2 DE2002625978 DE60225978T DE60225978T2 DE 60225978 T2 DE60225978 T2 DE 60225978T2 DE 2002625978 DE2002625978 DE 2002625978 DE 60225978 T DE60225978 T DE 60225978T DE 60225978 T2 DE60225978 T2 DE 60225978T2
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Marc Balanant
Marta Bergami
Omar Meradi
M. Victor Villagrasa
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Valeo SpA
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Valeo Sicurezza Abitacolo SpA
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B81/00Power-actuated vehicle locks
    • E05B81/54Electrical circuits
    • E05B81/64Monitoring or sensing, e.g. by using switches or sensors
    • E05B81/76Detection of handle operation; Detection of a user approaching a handle; Electrical switching actions performed by door handles
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B77/00Vehicle locks characterised by special functions or purposes
    • E05B77/36Noise prevention; Anti-rattling means
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B85/00Details of vehicle locks not provided for in groups E05B77/00 - E05B83/00
    • E05B85/10Handles
    • E05B85/14Handles pivoted about an axis parallel to the wing
    • E05B85/16Handles pivoted about an axis parallel to the wing a longitudinal grip part being pivoted at one end about an axis perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the grip part

Description

  • The The present invention relates to a wing handle, in particular for a motor vehicle.
  • The The invention relates in particular to a wing handle in which at least an electronic module in a receptacle that has the handle, is integrated.
  • Of the The invention also relates to an electronic module provided therefor is to be mounted in a handle mount.
  • The The invention is particularly suitable in the context of a motor vehicle to be used with a hands-free access system.
  • in the Automotive sector became the wing handle, the previously only for transmission served a mechanical movement to a lock by means of a linkage, around the wing to open, changed a lot.
  • Especially in so-called "hands-free" systems that the Locking and unlocking a motor vehicle without mechanical Key or Enable remote control, was in fact the handle to a preferred interface between the user, an identification device (for example in the form of a Trademark), and the system integrated in the vehicle.
  • It are thus wing handles known with an internal receptacle in which an electronic module with is arranged at least one organ for detecting the user.
  • This Detecting organ is for example an antenna that has a Radio connection between the vehicle and the user carried Identification means an exchange of coded data allows to recognize the user before being granted access to the vehicle.
  • According to one Another alternative is the detection member of a presence sensor, which makes it possible the connection between the vehicle-mounted system and the recognition device to detect the approach of the User unlock the vehicle and / or by detecting a intended operation by the user on a special area of the handle the vehicle to lock.
  • is the detection element is a presence sensor it is customary a presence sensor with at least one measuring electrode to use to the user Height of one area the handle, the recognition surface is called and for accessible to him is to capture.
  • In all cases it is necessary over to have an electronic module the opposite Each fluid is tight to electronic components of the antenna protect, when a tuning circuit and / or a circle of the presence sensor integrated therein is.
  • The Tightness of the electronic module in which, for example, a Antenna and / or a presence sensor is generally integrated by completely overmolding the module by means of a fluid-tight thermoplastic material receive.
  • In some cases However, not only must the electronic module be tight, it is also required that the inclusion of this electronic module absorbs, is tight.
  • at The use of a presence sensor as described above, you have namely in rainy weather dysfunction determined, for example, that due to the presence of a parasitic Water film between the electronic module and the detection surface, the has formed because the intake is not dense to water, no observations are made.
  • Like in the EP-A-1 035 276 It is known to make handles with a sealed receptacle in which an antenna is integrated. In this embodiment, the antenna is inserted into a receptacle of the handle, which is then closed with a thermal insulating body. The assembly is finally sealed by molding a layer of thermoplastic material onto the handle and the receptacle occluding body.
  • at This document is thus the tightness of the recording by shaping a layer of thermoplastic material on the entire handle obtained. In this solution it is necessary to properly protect the antenna with a thermal insulator, and she leads to a complicated and expensive manufacturing and assembly process. During execution that is what it is required on the external appearance handle, which is generally difficult and numerous may cause defective parts if the aesthetics of molding a Error in appearance Has.
  • When using presence sensors also malfunctions have been found that result from an approximate positioning of the module in the handle, resulting in that the Measuring electrode of the sensor is arranged in a too large and / or non-constant distance from the detection surface.
  • The patent EP 1 067 257 also describes a handle provided with an electronic module having the features of the preamble of claim 1.
  • It appears necessary, in addition to the realization of Tightness of the recording solutions provide both the holding and the positioning of the Enable module in its recording, allowing a correct positioning of the measuring electrode of the sensor guaranteed is to work under all circumstances and capture of the user at height the predefined recognition area allows.
  • The The aim of the present invention is to meet these requirements to suffice, by eliminating the disadvantages of the known devices, and a solution suggest that at the same time improve the tightness the recording and holding the module in the recording allows.
  • To For this purpose, the subject of the invention is a handle of a grand piano, such as claimed in claim 1.
  • The additional Features of the invention are explained in claims 2 to 18.
  • The Invention will be in the course of the detailed explanatory Description of non-limiting Play better understood with reference to the attached figures. Show:
  • 1 a longitudinal sectional view of a first embodiment of the handle according to the invention;
  • 2 a perspective view of a handle 1 recorded electronic module;
  • 3 a section III of the handle 1 ;
  • 4a a top perspective view of the first combined element for holding the electronic module in the handle 1 ;
  • 4b a bottom perspective view of the first combined element for holding the electronic module in the handle 1 ;
  • 5 a perspective view of one end of the handle 1 received electronic module in which a second combined element is integrated;
  • 6 a cross-sectional view taken along the line VI-VI 1 ;
  • 7 a longitudinal sectional view of a second embodiment of the combined means of the handle according to the invention;
  • 8th an exploded perspective view of a section VIII 7 in which the electronic module is integrated.
  • 1 FIG. 12 illustrates a longitudinal sectional view of a handle according to a first embodiment of the invention. FIG.
  • In this figure, the reference numeral designates 1 a handle for a (not shown) wing, in particular for a motor vehicle.
  • The handle 1 has a holder 2 which is fixed in a known manner, which is not described in detail, on the wing (not shown), and a pivotally mounted gripping portion (or gripping element) 3 for the control of a (not shown) lock the wing.
  • The gripping element 3 has a first end portion 4 on that with the handle holder 2 forms a hinge-type connection, which is known and not described in detail, to be actuated with respect to this handle holder from a rest position to a control position for controlling the lock (not shown).
  • The gripping element 3 also has an elongated and hollow intermediate section 5 which is intended to be operated by a user, and a second end portion 6 which is the first end section 4 is opposite, through the handle holder 2 extends and is intended to be connected to the (not shown) lock of the wing.
  • The intermediate section 5 has a front longitudinal wall 7 on, which faces the user in the operation of the handle and inside by an inner surface 7a is limited, as well as a rear wall 8th that the front wall 7 opposite and adjacent to the body of the wing.
  • The walls 7 and 8th limit with respect to the rest of the gripping element 3 together an elongated recording 9 with a first end 9a and a second end 9b , The recording 9 of the gripping element 3 communicates with the exterior via two opposite openings with the reference numerals 13 and 14 , where the first opening 13 through the second en dabschnitt 6 extends while the second opening 14 in a cavity 15 opens at the level of the first end section 4 is trained.
  • The recording 9 takes with radial play an electronic module 10 on, as a tight outer casing 18 with elongated shape and with a first end 11 and a second end 12 is trained. The electronic module 10 is over the first opening 13 , which is called insertion opening, into the receptacle 9 used.
  • According to the invention, the handle has combined means for holding and sealing 16 and 17 on the one hand holding the electronic module 10 in a certain position in the recording 9 and on the other hand realize a seal of the receptacle to a fluid. These combined means 16 . 17 are in the form of a first element 16 at the height of the insertion opening 13 is arranged, and a second element 17 formed at the height of the opening 14 lies.
  • As in 1 to see is the positioning of the electronic module 10 at each of its ends 11 and 12 through the combined funds 16 and 17 ensures that it is in a certain position in the recording 9 and is held at a predefined distance d from the surface for recognizing the user.
  • According to the invention, these combined means realize 16 . 17 due to their special construction, which is described below, also the seal of the recording 9 to a fluid and especially to water.
  • 2 shows a perspective view of the electronic module, which in the context of 1 handle described should be included.
  • As described above, the electronic module is 10 as a tight outer casing 18 formed with elongated shape, which is a first end 11 and a second end 12 having.
  • The housing 18 is formed as a half-shell, is arranged in the following:
    • • a circuit board (or elements required to make a leadframe) and the various electronic components of the module: antenna, sensors.
    • • Electrical wiring at one end of the housing, previously molded onto a gasket.
  • The different welds and Connections are made and then the assembly with a thermoplastic resin overmolded, so a one-piece and dense module is obtained.
  • Due to this mounting, the presence sensor 19 and its measuring electrode 20 in a completely specific way in the electronic module 10 positioned.
  • As in 2 shown, takes the electronic module 10 a presence sensor 19 with a measuring electrode 20 on, which extends in the module in the longitudinal direction. The sensor 19 , his electrode 20 and their electrical wiring 21 are shown in dashed lines in the module.
  • The electrical wiring 21 , which is designed in the form of a plurality of electrically conductive wires, allows an electrical connection between the electronic module 10 and an access control system mounted in the vehicle (not shown).
  • The presence sensor 19 is used to detect a user at the height of an area of the handle that is substantially parallel to the wing 7 . 8th runs, uses. This grip surface, called the detection surface, may vary depending on the location of the presence sensor 19 in the electronic module 10 through the front wall 7 , the back wall 8th or be formed by these two walls.
  • To ensure the proper operation of the presence sensor, it is important that the electronic module in the recording in a defined and stable manner 9 is positioned.
  • This is indicated by the electronic module 10 at its first end 11 tenon 22 on that with the first element 16 to cooperate, and it carries at its second end 12 the second element 17 , which is formed as a ring, which runs overall elliptical and is described in detail later.
  • There the electronic module in a predefined and specific distance from the area is arranged to detect the user, thus the measuring electrode of the presence sensor also arranged at a predefined distance from the detection surface. This arrangement allows Optimized recognition of the user as he approaches the detection surface.
  • These points for mounting the module in a predefined position are particularly important in a series arrangement of a large number of modules in handles to avoid any deviation in the positioning of the module. The used means - combined elements 16 and 17 , Positioning means 22 and 26 - enable it namely, a constant quality during assembly and positioning of the module in the receptacle 9 of the gripping section 3 sure.
  • The 3 . 4a and 4b will now be described together.
  • 3 shows a section III of the handle 1 at the height of the first element 16 of the electronic module, and the 4a and 4b show perspective views of this element.
  • As explained above, the gripping element 3 at the height of its second end section 6 a first element 16 holding on the electronic module 10 in the recording 9 realized.
  • This first element 16 is near the insertion hole 13 arranged and has a base 23 on, on an inner wall of the wall 8th the recording 9 should abut, and a side wall 25 that are essentially perpendicular to the base 23 runs and a surface 25a having an outer surface of the handle. The side wall 25 thus forms a closing lid or closure 25 for receiving 9 ,
  • In the figures described are the first element 16 and the closure 25 preferably formed integrally by injection molding of a plastic material.
  • The first element 16 also has two support surfaces 24 on, which are meant to be the first end 11 of the module 10 and take it locally against the inner wall 7a the front wall 7 of the gripping element 3 so press that module 10 is held in a predefined and certain position.
  • The support surfaces 24 extend substantially parallel to the base 23 and are each on two tabs 29 localized from the first element 16 are worn and from the base 23 out. These tabs 29 are preferably elastic and deformable.
  • In addition to the realization of holding the electronic module 10 in the recording it is with the first element 16 possible to maintain the tightness of the recording. It points to the height of the closure 25 a toric seal 28 which is arranged in a groove of the closure and the entry of any fluid through the insertion opening 13 in the recording 9 avoided.
  • In the example described, the first element exists 16 made of a rigid material and is at the level of the circumference of the closure 25 with a seal 28 however, it may equivalently consist of an elastic material having intrinsic sealing properties.
  • As shown, the handle also has complementary means for positioning the electronic module 10 on the support surfaces 24 on.
  • These complementary remedies are called notches 26 formed, each of a support surface 24 are worn, with the pins 22 to cooperate, which is the electronic module 10 wearing ( 2 ), and a positioning of the electronic module 10 on the support surfaces 24 guarantee.
  • The use of these positioning means makes it possible to increase the stability of the electronic module 10 at the height of the first element 16 and the avoidance of possible vibrations of the module, which would lead to the impairment of its detection function.
  • The base 23 is with insertion means 27 provided by the type elastic clips through which it interacts with corresponding receptacles at the level of the end 9a the recording 9 possible, the first element 16 in the recording 9 to attach and thus prevent this element and the module 10 get lost.
  • In addition to this plugging in and to avoid that the plugging means 27 From their corresponding recordings, it is also possible, the first element 16 in the recording 9 to stick.
  • The 5 and 6 , which is a perspective view of the second end of the electronic module, which carries the second combined element, and a section along the line VI-VI of 1 are described together to detail all features of the second combined element.
  • The electronic module 10 carries at the height of the end portion of its second end 12 the second element 17 Holding the module 10 in the recording 9 of the intermediate section 5 of the gripping element 3 performs.
  • This second element 17 is on the module 10 attached as it is in the production of the electronic module 10 with the housing 18 is transformed as in the context of 2 described, and surrounds the module completely at the level of its second end 12 ,
  • It has the shape of an overall elliptical ring that forms the shape of the cross section of the picture 9 is complementary ( 6 ).
  • The second element 17 has a Um starting section, which has an elastic seal 30 forms, so it with force in the admission 9 can be used.
  • In the example described, the second element is 17 firmly with the module 10 connected, so the module 10 if it is in the recording 9 is arranged in a certain position in the recording 9 is held.
  • Due to its special form and its structural feature, the second element 17 also the tightness of the recording 9 at the height of his second end 9a produce.
  • The second element 17 namely, consists of a rigid, molded with a resin material and is at the level of its circumference with a seal 30 provided by the type toric seal, which seals the receptacle 9 allows. This seal 30 is arranged in a groove, which is the second element 17 and forms the peripheral portion that allows the second member 17 with force in the recording 9 is used.
  • Alternatively, the second element 17 be made of an elastically yielding material with sealing properties.
  • The second element 17 also has several through holes 36 on, the passage of the wires of the electrical wiring 21 of the module 10 are assigned and thereby the tightness of the recording 9 guarantee.
  • In the described embodiment, the second element belongs 17 to the electronic module 10 as it is with the case 18 is overmolded, but may be separate from the module while retaining its retention and sealing properties.
  • The 7 and 8th illustrate a section of the handle according to the invention, showing a second embodiment of the first and second combined elements, and an exploded perspective view of a section 7 ,
  • Around better understand the arrangement of the different elements these figures are described together.
  • It should be noted that in the context of 1 to 6 used reference numerals have been adopted for identical elements.
  • As described above, the first element 16 One Base 23 on, which is adjacent to the end section 9a the recording and the insertion opening 13 flat on the wall 8th lies, as well as a side wall, which is a closure 25 forms. The first element 16 and the closure 25 are integrally formed by injection molding of a plastic.
  • In particular, in the described example, the first element 16 and the closure 25 , which form a single part, via a removable retaining pin 31 removable with the section 6 of the gripping element 3 connected.
  • According to this second embodiment of the first element 16 is the electronic module 10 by the action of the first element 16 almost completely against the inner surface 7a the Wall 7 pressed.
  • This first element 16 namely has a single support surface 24 on that on a elastic tab 29 which is with the base 23 forms an acute angle A, so that it has a high elasticity and by its action the module 10 against the wall 7a is pressed.
  • The support surface 24 is with two adjacent notches 26 provided, each with a pin 22 record the electronic module 10 and starting from the module 10 extend parallel and thereby complementary means for positioning the module 10 on the support surface 24 form.
  • Once it's positioned, press the first element 16 the first end 11 of the module 10 elastic against the wall 7a so that the module 10 is held in a certain position in order to prevent possible external influences that cut off in its operation by the user to the intermediate 5 the functionality and performance of the electronic module 10 affect.
  • According to this second embodiment of the second element 17 this is not an integral part of the module 10 but is independent of this. It is designed as an elliptical ring made of plastic whose outer shape to the shape of the cross section of the recording 9 is complementary. The second element 17 is about the module 10 around at the end 12 arranged so that in the intermediate section 5 lying detection surface can not be in contact with a possible water film, and the assembly is then with force in the recording 9 used, the dimensions of the second element 17 are slightly larger than those of the cross section of the recording 9 ,
  • The second element 17 is made of plastic, and due to that it incorporates force into the receptacle 9 is used, it forms a seal at the level of its peripheral portion 34 and thus prevents any fluid entry into the receptacle 9 ,
  • The cavity 15 into the second opening 14 the recording 9 is partly due to closure means 33 closed, which is thus a conduit or a passage 35 for the connection between the recording 9 and the outdoor area.
  • This closure means 33 are as a lid 33 formed by clips (not shown) is attached.
  • These two elements, the cavity 15 and the lid 33 , allow direct access to the recording 9 and thus to the electronic module 10 to connect to the wiring leaving the module 21 to pull or the module 10 to connect with an external wiring when the module is at its second end 12 is provided with a plug, so that the mounting of the electronic module in the handle is simplified.
  • As shown in the various embodiments of the invention, the combined holding and sealing means allow 16 . 17 positioning the module in a particular position such that the presence sensor (or its sensing electrode) is a predetermined distance from the user detection surface. By using a first element 16 and a second element 17 at each end of the module it is possible to leave the module free between its two ends. It is thus not stressed too much to train or bending between its two ends, whereby its damage is avoided.
  • In addition, it is due to the one-piece design of the first element 16 with the lock 23 to form a lid 35 to close the opening 13 the recording 9 possible to reduce the number of parts and the assembly time and to improve the stability of the handle.
  • Consequently Was realized by the invention, a handle that a dense Recording in which an electronic module is predefined and certain way is arranged to disrupt the functions of the module to avoid and ensure optimal operation. This secure positioning is especially necessary if there is one presence sensor to detect the presence of a user at the level of a user Detection surface includes.
  • It is clear that changes of the handle shown 1 can be made without departing from the present invention as defined by the appended claims. In particular, other combined holding and sealing means may be realized, and these may be located at locations other than those shown.

Claims (18)

  1. Handle of a wing, especially for motor vehicles, comprising: - an inner receptacle ( 9 ), which is incorporated in the handle and two openings ( 13 . 14 ), - an electronic module ( 10 ), which is in the recording ( 9 ), - means for holding ( 16 . 17 ) of the electronic module in the receptacle ( 9 ), - sealing means ( 16 . 17 ), the sealing of the receptacle ( 9 ) against a fluid at the level of the openings ( 13 . 14 ), characterized in that the holding means and the sealing means are combined.
  2. Wing handle according to claim 1, characterized in that in the module ( 10 ) at least one presence sensor ( 19 ) is housed, the at least one measuring electrode ( 20 ) for recognizing a user at the level of a surface ( 7 . 8th ) of the handle approximately parallel to the wing, recognition surface ( 7 . 8th ), and in that the holding means ( 16 . 17 ) are designed in such a way that they permit positioning of the module ( 10 ) in the way that the measuring electrode ( 20 ) at a predetermined distance from the detection surface ( 7 . 8th ) is arranged.
  3. Wing handle according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the module ( 10 ) has a general long shape and in that the holding means ( 16 . 17 ) first and second holding elements ( 16 . 17 ) each having a first and a second end ( 11 . 12 ) of the module work together so that it is held in the particular position.
  4. Wing handle according to claim 3, characterized in that the first element ( 16 ) at least one support surface ( 24 ), which is intended to be the first end ( 11 ) of the module ( 10 ) on an inner wall ( 7a ) of the recording ( 9 ).
  5. Wing handle according to claim 4, characterized in that it comprises additional means, preferably pins ( 22 ) and corresponding notches ( 26 ), for positioning the module ( 10 ) on the support surface ( 24 ), each from the module ( 10 ) and from the support surface ( 24 ) are worn.
  6. Wing handle according to claim 4 or 5, characterized in that the support surface ( 24 ) on an elastically deformable tab ( 29 ) located by the first element ( 16 ) will be carried.
  7. Wing handle according to one of claims 3 to 6, characterized in that the first element ( 16 ) in the recording ( 9 ) by gluing, by means of clips ( 27 ) or with the help of a pen ( 31 ) is attached.
  8. Wing handle according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the opening ( 13 ) an opening for insertion ( 13 ) of the module ( 10 ) in the cavity ( 9 ) and in that the sealing means ( 25 ) Ensures the closure of the insertion.
  9. Wing handle according to claim 8, characterized in that the holding means ( 16 ) and the sealing means ( 25 ) are made of a single part, preferably by injection molding of a plastic.
  10. Wing handle according to claim 8 or 9, characterized in that the sealing means ( 25 ) a page ( 25a ) having an outer surface of the handle ( 1 ).
  11. Wing handle according to one of claims 3 to 10, characterized in that the second element ( 17 ) in the form of a part ( 17 ) having a shape corresponding to the shape of the cross section of the receptacle ( 9 ) is complementary to the module ( 10 ) and at the level of its second end ( 12 ) surrounds.
  12. Wing handle according to claim 11, characterized in that the second element ( 17 ) has a peripheral portion having an elastic seal ( 30 . 34 ), so that the second holding element with force in the receptacle ( 9 ) can be used.
  13. Wing handle according to one of claims 3 to 12, characterized in that the module ( 10 ) an electrical wiring ( 21 ) at the level of its second end ( 12 ), and in that the second element ( 17 ) at least one through hole ( 36 ), which is intended to receive the wiring, and with this a seal of the receptacle ( 9 ) guaranteed.
  14. Wing handle according to claim 13, characterized in that the access opening ( 14 ) to record ( 9 ) for the passage of the electrical wiring ( 21 ) of the module ( 10 ) over a cavity ( 15 ) partially opened by closure means ( 33 ) is closed.
  15. Wing handle according to one of claims 3 to 14, characterized in that the second element ( 17 ) preferably by overmolding on the module ( 10 ) is attached.
  16. Wing handle according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the sealing means ( 25 . 17 ) are made of a dense elastic material.
  17. Wing handle according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the sealing means ( 25 . 17 ) are made of a rigid material and in that they are provided at the level of their circumference with a seal ( 28 . 30 ) are equipped.
  18. Wing handle according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that it comprises a handle holder ( 2 ), which is intended to be arranged on a wall of a wing, and a gripping portion (FIG. 3 ), which is articulated on the handle holder and intended to be actuated by a user, and in that the receptacle ( 9 ) is located in the gripping portion.
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