EP0084324B1 - Device for changing the longitudinal position of a ski binding - Google Patents

Device for changing the longitudinal position of a ski binding Download PDF

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EP0084324B1
EP0084324B1 EP83100064A EP83100064A EP0084324B1 EP 0084324 B1 EP0084324 B1 EP 0084324B1 EP 83100064 A EP83100064 A EP 83100064A EP 83100064 A EP83100064 A EP 83100064A EP 0084324 B1 EP0084324 B1 EP 0084324B1
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jaw unit
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Max Luitz
Eugen Weiss
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CESSIONE;ATOMIC ALOIS ROHRMOSER AG
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C9/00Ski bindings
    • A63C9/005Ski bindings with means for adjusting the position of a shoe holder or of the complete binding relative to the ski
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T24/00Buckles, buttons, clasps, etc.
    • Y10T24/21Strap tighteners
    • Y10T24/2183Ski, boot, and shoe fasteners

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  • The invention relates to a longitudinal adjustment device for a ski collar, with a base plate to be fastened to the ski, a jaw unit guided in the longitudinal direction of the ski on the base plate, in particular a front jaw unit and a locking device locking the jaw unit in predetermined sliding positions with the base plate, the locking part of which is movably held on the jaw unit is held by a spring in positive engagement with a complementary locking part of the base plate, a double-armed lever being articulated on the jaw unit, which has a handling arm and a release arm acting against the biasing force of the spring on the locking part of the jaw unit.
  • Ski binding jaws adjustable in the longitudinal direction of the ski, which can be both front jaws and heel jaws, allow the ski binding to be adapted to the size of the ski boot or, if both the front jaws and the heel jaws are adjustable, the position of the ski binding relative to the ski.
  • A heel jaw for a ski binding is known from De-A-2 250 615, the jaw unit of which is slidably guided along a ski-fixed base plate. The base plate carries a plurality of latching recesses which are arranged at a distance from one another and into which latching lugs formed on an arm of a double-arm latching lever engage. On the other arm of the locking lever, a handlebar is supported, which is supported on the jaw unit via compression springs. The compression springs clamp the locking lever into the locking recesses in the base plate. The locking lever is not only pivotable in an elongated hole of the jaw unit, but is also slidably mounted in the longitudinal direction of the ski to the shoe-side end of the heel jaw. The compression springs press the jaw unit in relation to the locking lever in the direction of the shoe. The locking lever can be lifted out of the locking recesses of the base plate against the bias of the compression springs, so that the jaw unit can be adjusted along the shoe. In addition, the compression springs ensure a length elasticity of the ski binding.
  • In the known longitudinal adjustment device, high actuation forces are required to disengage the locking lever in order to prevent unintentional loosening. On the other hand, the arms of the locking lever are relatively small and difficult to access, which makes handling difficult.
  • It is an object of the invention to improve a longitudinal adjustment device for a ski binding in such a way that it can be handled more easily, in which case insufficient locking of the longitudinal adjustment device should be visually recognizable.
  • Starting from the longitudinal adjustment device for a ski binding explained at the outset, this object is achieved according to the invention in that the disengagement arm is shorter than the handling arm and can be pivoted into the disengagement path of the locking part of the jaw unit or a part firmly connected to this locking part and that the lever on the Release arm opposite side of its pivot axis carries a locking cam which, when the latching part of the jaw unit is disengaged, strikes this latching part or a part firmly connected to it while reducing the pivoting angle of the lever which is possible when the latching part is engaged.
  • The lever ratio resulting from the different arm lengths makes it easier to disengage the locking device and thus to adjust the jaw unit. When the release device is engaged, the release arm is lifted off the locking part of the jaw unit. If the handling arm is moved out of its normally locked rest position, a certain pivoting movement can take place without the release arm already acting on the locking device. The locking cam prevents the handling arm from being able to be folded back into its rest position when the latching device is disengaged, so that the non-latching of the latching device can be recognized optically by the changed arm position. A transfer to the rest position is only possible when the locking device is fully engaged.
  • The locking cam can also take over a self-locking function if it has a locking surface which can be locked elastically when the locking part is engaged on the locking part or a part firmly connected to it, which engages in the disengaged state in the disengagement path of the locking part or the part firmly connected to it. With the help of such a blocking surface, the lever can be locked in the rest position. At the same time, the locking cam prevents the locking part of the jaw unit from disengaging from the complementary locking part of the base plate.
  • In a structurally simple embodiment, the latching part of the jaw unit has a leaf spring which runs essentially parallel to the base plate, is held at the end of the jaw unit and is provided with at least one latching projection, the free end of which protrudes into the pivoting path of the release arm. The leaf spring is biased towards the base plate and preferably carries a pin projecting towards the base plate as a locking projection.
  • The lever is expediently pivotably mounted on the jaw unit at the end of the jaw unit remote from the shoe about a pivot axis approximately parallel to the base plate and extending transversely to the sliding direction. The handling arm overlaps the jaw unit in its rest position with the latching device engaged from above. In this embodiment, the handling arm can be pivoted by almost 180 ° between its rest position and the position holding the latching device out. This large swivel range improves safety against unintentional loosening of the locking device. A further advantage of this embodiment results in particular in the case of front jaws of ski bindings, since here the handling arm closes against the direction of travel. In the above embodiment, the handling arm can cover almost the entire length of the ski binding jaw, so that relatively large transmission ratios of the lever are achieved.
  • Another significant improvement results in that the handling arm is designed as a cap-shaped cover which at least partially surrounds the jaw unit in its rest position. The lid ensures smooth, protrusion-free contours and protects the safety mechanism of the ski binding jaw including its adjustment elements. At least on the outside, the lid can be made of elastic plastic or can be padded with plastic in order to reduce the risk of injury.
  • In the following, an embodiment of the invention will be explained in more detail with reference to drawings. It shows
    • 1 shows a longitudinal section through a safety front jaw of a ski binding that is adjustable in the longitudinal direction of the ski in the locked position of use;
    • FIG. 2 shows a longitudinal section through the front jaw according to FIG. 1 with the latching device disengaged;
    • Fig. 3 shows a longitudinal section through the front jaw according to Fig. 1 with the detent and not engaged
    • 4 shows a section along the line IV-IV in FIG. 1.
  • 1 shows a front jaw of a ski binding with a base plate 5 attached to the ski 1 by means of screws 3, on which a jaw unit 7 is guided so as to be displaceable in the longitudinal direction of the ski in guides (not shown). The jaw unit 7 comprises a sole holder 11 which can be pivoted about an axis 9 perpendicular to the ski 1 when a release inhibition is exceeded. The release inhibition can be set on an adjusting screw 13.
  • A locking device, generally designated 15, is provided for locking the jaw unit 7 to the ski-fixed base plate 5. The latching device has a leaf spring 17 which extends in the longitudinal direction of the ski and runs essentially parallel to the base plate 5 and which surrounds the pivot axis 9 at its end 19 facing the sole holder 11 and is fastened together with this to the jaw unit 7. At a distance from the end 19, the leaf spring 17 carries a pin 21 projecting towards the base plate 5, which engages in a form-fitting manner in one of a plurality of latching holes 23 of the base plate 5 arranged one behind the other in the longitudinal direction of the ski. The leaf spring 17 is biased towards the base plate 5 and holds the pin 21 in engagement with the locking hole 23 by its spring force.
  • On the end of the jaw unit 7 facing away from the sole holder 11 in the longitudinal direction of the ski, a cover 27 is hinged to flanges 25 of the jaw unit 7 arranged in a forked manner about a pivot axis 29 which is approximately parallel to the base plate 5 and runs normally to the longitudinal direction of the ski. In its rest position shown in FIG. 1, the cover 27 overlaps the jaw unit 7 from above. It extends essentially over the entire length of the jaw unit 7, with its side cheeks 31 (FIG. 2) reaching past the jaw unit 7 in a protective manner in the longitudinal direction of the ski. Relative to the pivot axis 29, the cover 27 forms a double-armed lever with a longer handling arm 33 and a release arm 35, which is short compared to the handling arm 33, the free end 37 of which at the free end 39 of the leaf spring 17, as can best be seen in FIG. 2 strikes and lifts it against the spring force from the base plate 5. By lifting the pin 21 is lifted out of the associated locking hole 23 so that the jaw unit 7 can be moved along the base plate 5.
  • FIG. 2 also shows that the free travel by which the cover 27 has to be folded before the latching device 15 is disengaged is relatively large and is almost 180 °. The security against unintentional disengagement of the locking device 15 is therefore relatively great, especially since the lever 27 must not only be folded forward against the direction of travel, but must also be pressed down against the ski 1 in the last phase of the folding movement.
  • In the use position of the front jaw shown in FIG. 1, the cover 27 assumes its rest position, in which it is locked in place with the jaw unit 7, in order to prevent it from being opened unintentionally. On the side of the pivot axis 29 facing away from the release arm 35, the cover 27 carries a locking cam 41, the end face 43 of which is shaped such that, when the cover 27 is in the rest position, it engages in the release path of the end 39 of the leaf spring 17. The surface 43 of the cover 27, which is latched to the jaw unit 7 in the manner explained in more detail below with reference to FIG. 4, thus prevents the leaf spring 17 from being lifted off the base plate 5 and thus the latching device 15 from being unlocked. In addition, but not necessarily, that is Surface 43 inclined against its swivel path in such a way that it engages behind the end 39 of the leaf spring 17 in a self-locking manner. The surface 43 is moved into the undercut position against the elastic resistance of the end 39. For this purpose, the end 39 of the leaf spring 17 is bent away from the base plate 5 in an arc shape.
  • Fig. 3 shows the jaw unit 7 in a position relative to the base plate 5, in which the pin 21 is not aligned with any of the locking holes 23, with which the locking device cannot engage. In order to prevent the lid 27 from closing in this situation and thus to make the non-engaged state of the latching device 15 optically recognizable, the movement paths of the locking cam 41 and the free end 39 of the leaf spring 17 are coordinated with one another such that these parts when the latching device is not engaged 15 cannot be moved past each other. The free end 39 strikes the surface of the locking cam 41 facing the pivot axis 29 before the cover 27 reaches its rest position and thus shortens the possible pivoting angle of the cover 27.
  • The cover 27 consists of a metallic base part 45, which ensures the mechanical strength, and a plastic casing 47 on its outside. The plastic sheathing 47 ensures smooth outer surfaces and reduces the risk of injury, especially when using foamed plastic.
  • Fig. 4 shows details of a locking device 49 which locks the cover 27 in two different positions. The latching device 49, which in and of itself can be of any desired design, in the exemplary embodiment shown comprises two radially facing away from one another in the direction of the axis 29 Ribs 51 running on the axis 29 on the metallic base part 45 of the cover 27 and associated grooves 53 on the mutually facing inner surfaces of the flanges 25. The flanges 25, which are made of plastic, ensure elastic locking forces.
  • Each rib 51 is assigned two grooves 53 (FIG. 1). One groove locks the cover 27 in the rest position, while the other groove locks the cover 27 in an intermediate position in which the adjusting screw 13 is axially accessible via a hole 55 provided in the cover 27. When setting the release inhibition of the safety jaw, the cover 27 need not be held while the adjusting screw 13 is turned by means of a screwdriver or the like inserted through the hole 55.

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1. Longitudinal adjustment device for a ski binding, having a base plate (5) for securing to the ski (1), a jaw unit (7) guided on the base plate (5) for displacement in the longitudinal direction of the ski, especially a front jaw unit, and a catch device (15) locking the jaw unit (7) in pre-determined sliding positions with the base plate (5), of which device the catch part (21) retained movably on the jaw unit (7) is held by a spring (17) in shape-locking engagement with a complementary catch part (23) of the base plate (5), while on the jaw unit (7) there is articulated a two-armed lever (27) which comprises an operating arm (33) and a release arm (35) acting againstthe initial stress force of the spring (17) upon the catch part (21) of the jaw unit (7), characterised in that the release arm (35) is shorter than the operating arm (33) and is pivotable into the release path of the catch part (21) of the jaw unit (7) or of a part (39) firmly connected with this catch part (21) and in that the lever (27) carries on the side of its pivot spindle (29) opposite to the release arm (35) a blocking dog (41) which, when the catch part (21) of the jaw unit (7) is released, abuts on this catch part (21) or a part (39) firmly connected therewith, reducing the pivot angle of the lever (27) which is possible when the catch part (21) is engaged.
2. Longitudinal adjustment device according to Claim 1, characterised in that the blocking dog (41) comprises a blocking face (43) elastically detainable on the catch part (21) or a part (39) firmly connected therewith, when the catch part (21) is engaged, which face in the detained condition extends into the release path of the catch part (21) or of the part (39) firmly connected therewith.
3. Longitudinal adjustment device according to Claim 1, characterised in that the catch part (21) of the jaw unit (7) comprises a leaf spring (17) extending substantially parallel with the base plate (5), retained at the end on the jaw unit (7) and provided with at least one detent projection (21), the free end (39) of which spring extends into the pivoting path of the release arm (35).
4. Longitudinal adjustment device according to one of the preceding Claims. characterised in that the lever (27) is mounted, at the end of the jaw unit (7) remote from the boot, pivotably on the jaw unit (7) about a pivot spindle (29) extending approximately parallel with the base plate (5) and transverely of the sliding direction, and in that the operating arm (33), in its rest position with catch device (21) engaged, grasps from the above over the jaw unit (7).
5. Longitudinal adjustment device according to Claim 4, characterised in that the lenght of the operating arm (27) is nearly equal to the lenght of the jaw unit (7).
6. Longitudinal adjustment device according to Claim 4, characterised in that the operating arm is made as a lid (27) of cap form which in its rest position at least partially encloses the jaw unit (7).
7. Longitudinal adjustment device according to Claim 6, characterised in that the lid (27) consists, at least on its exterior, of elastic synthetic plastics material (47).
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AT83100064T AT18859T (en) 1982-01-18 1983-01-05 Length adjustment for a ski binding.

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