FR2971282A1 - Lock for door of car, has stiffening plate comprising upper part forming groove with assembling surface, and cover placed on case and cooperating with groove to protect case from water stream, where edge of cover is inserted in groove - Google Patents

Lock for door of car, has stiffening plate comprising upper part forming groove with assembling surface, and cover placed on case and cooperating with groove to protect case from water stream, where edge of cover is inserted in groove Download PDF

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FR2971282A1
FR2971282A1 FR1150880A FR1150880A FR2971282A1 FR 2971282 A1 FR2971282 A1 FR 2971282A1 FR 1150880 A FR1150880 A FR 1150880A FR 1150880 A FR1150880 A FR 1150880A FR 2971282 A1 FR2971282 A1 FR 2971282A1
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B77/00Vehicle locks characterised by special functions or purposes
    • E05B77/34Protection against weather or dirt, e.g. against water ingress
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05BLOCKS; ACCESSORIES THEREFOR; HANDCUFFS
    • E05B79/00Mounting or connecting vehicle locks or parts thereof
    • E05B79/02Mounting of vehicle locks or parts thereof
    • E05B79/04Mounting of lock casings to the vehicle, e.g. to the wing
    • 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
    • E05B85/02Lock casings

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The lock has a case (4) provided with a bolt, and a stiffening plate (8) placed between an assembling surface (26) of an opening structure and a surface of the case. The plate comprises an upper part (18) forming a groove with the assembling surface. A cover (6) is placed on the case and cooperates with the groove to protect the case from water stream. The cover includes a continuous upper surface and a side surface forming an edge that is inserted in the groove. The upper part of the plate includes an upwardly directed notch that cooperates with the cover or the case.

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The invention relates to a door lock of a vehicle body, more particularly to a vehicle door lock. The invention also relates to an opening of a vehicle equipped with said lock, more particularly to a motor vehicle door equipped with said lock. The invention also relates to a vehicle equipped with said lock and / or said opening or said door. A door lock of a vehicle body, in particular of a motor vehicle door, is subject to the streaming of rainwater or washing from the window. Indeed, a vehicle door generally comprises a window equipped with a sliding window whose lateral guidance in its movements, and the sealing without its closed position are provided by a sliding-type profile. A liner-like profile is provided at the slot through which the window penetrates inside the bodywork so as to seal along the lower edge of the frame of the window. However, these profiles do not provide a complete seal. During heavy rainfall, the water can enter the door at the ends of the liner-like profile and then run down the slide. The water can then reach the door lock and eventually damage it by corrosion effect in particular. Patent document FR 2 921 018 A1 relates to a water guiding device for a sliding window of a vehicle. This device comprises a generally annular shaped deflector mounted on the lower part of the slide and has the function of deflecting the water flowing on the slide and therefore prevent it from falling on sensitive organs of the door opening mechanism . This solution is mainly used to protect the manual control cable of the lock. As for the lock, this device does not completely protect it because of the cross section of the lock which is greater than that of the deflector. In addition the deflector is disposed at such a distance from the lock that the trickling of water can under certain conditions reach the lock. Patent document FR 2 778 195 A1 discloses in Figure 12 a vehicle door lock with a cowling equipped with a deflecting fin extending from the longitudinal wall of the cowling in a downward and outwardly inclined direction. the lock to remotely guide the flow of run-off water from the door window gasket. These measures are certainly useful for reducing the water inflow inside the mechanism but do not seem sufficient for certain door configurations where run-off water can fall directly on the top of the lock and not on the side as in the patent document in question here. In such a configuration, the lock of this teaching will be subject to water inflow due to the fact that the hood is not perfectly sealed. DE 40 31 834 A1 discloses a motor vehicle door lock, where the sealing problems are partially solved by the use of a plastic cover enclosing the lock mechanism and sandwiched between two metal plates ensuring the general rigidity of the lock. This solution is interesting but has the disadvantage of the cost of manufacturing the cover which must be accurate because of the joints to be provided for sealing with one of the two plates.

The object of the invention is to provide a vehicle door lock which overcomes at least one of the aforementioned drawbacks. More particularly, the invention aims to provide a sash lock of a vehicle of simple construction, inexpensive and watertight. The invention relates to a vehicle body opening lock intended to be mounted on a mounting surface of the opening, comprising: a housing having at least two surfaces and comprising a bolt; notable in that it further comprises: a reinforcing plate to be disposed between the mounting surface and at least one of the faces of the housing, said plate having an upper portion forming a groove with the mounting surface; a cover intended to be arranged on the housing and to cooperate with the groove so as to protect the housing from water streams. These measures provide a lock construction which is particularly simple, inexpensive and easy to mount while providing protection from the inside of the water infiltration casing. Indeed, the groove formed by the reinforcing plate allows an interlocking with the cover without modifying the construction of the mounting surface. The tightness ensured by the hood although limited to the streams coming from above the lock is sufficient to protect the mechanics of the housing.

The manufacturing costs of the reinforcing plate, in particular of the upper part forming a groove with the mounting surface, are very low. It is in principle manufactured by folding in press. The same goes for the hood which can be achieved by simple injection or plastic molding.

The hood is preferably inclined in mounting position so as to guide the gravity runoff water towards the side of the housing. The mounting surface is generally flat, it may however have an angle including close to 90 °. According to an advantageous embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming a groove with the mounting surface is remote from the mounting surface and is preferably inclined. According to another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming a groove with the mounting surface is projecting from the housing in the mounting position.

According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming a groove with the mounting surface forms a fold, preferably a double fold with the rest of the reinforcement plate so as to be at a distance from the mounting surface. The double fold has an S-shape so as to deport the upper part of the remainder of the reinforcement plate.

According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the cover comprises a continuous upper surface and a lateral surface forming the edge, unitary with the upper surface, the edge being intended to be inserted into the groove. According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing plate comprises two main parts forming an angle, preferably in the form of a fold, these two parts being intended to be arranged between the mounting surface forming an angle and the housing. The groove formed by the upper part therefore has a fold also. Preferably, the upper part of one of the two parts is horizontal or slightly inclined, for example at an angle of between 5 ° and 30 °, more precisely between 5 ° and 15 °, and the upper part of the other of the two parts is inclined or even inclined, such as for example an angle of between 30 ° and 60 °, more particularly between 40 ° and 500. According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the reinforcing plate comprises a lower zone of support of the housing by interlocking.

According to another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the housing comprises at its lower part a pin directed downwards and the support zone of the reinforcing plate comprises a hole intended to receive said pin. According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the housing comprises a boss on one of its two surfaces, the boss being spaced from the upper portion of the reinforcing plate forming a groove with the mounting surface, and guiding against the reinforcement plate during assembly. Preferably it is one of the surfaces of the housing which is supported on the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming the groove. According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming the groove comprises a notch directed upwards and intended to cooperate with the cover or the housing. The upper part of the reinforcing plate which has the notch is horizontal or slightly inclined in the mounting position. In the case of a reinforcing plate comprising two main parts forming an angle, and wherein the upper part of one of the two parts is generally horizontal and the upper part of the other of the two parts is inclined in the mounting position, c is the upper horizontal or slightly inclined portion which has the notch. According to another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the hood comprises a downwardly directed boss intended to cooperate with the notch of the reinforcing plate, the boss preferably being straddling an upper surface and a lateral surface of the hood. , the lateral surface forming the edge of the hood. According to another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the housing comprises at its upper part a pin directed towards the mounting surface and intended to cooperate with the notch of the reinforcing plate, the pin preferably comprising a groove intended to cooperate with the notch. The groove provides retention of the housing relative to the reinforcing plate, in a direction generally corresponding to the longitudinal axis of the pin. According to yet another advantageous embodiment of the invention, the upper part of the housing in the mounting position is inclined downwards from the upper part of the reinforcing plate forming the groove. The invention also relates to a vehicle door including automobile, comprising a lock according to the invention. The invention also relates to a vehicle including automobile comprising a door according to the invention and / or a lock according to the invention.

Other features and advantages of the present invention will be better understood with the help of the description and the drawings, among which: FIG. 1 is an illustration of a vehicle body sill lock, according to the invention ; - Figure 2 is an illustration in two opposite orientations of the reinforcement plate of the lock of Figure 1; - Figure 3 is an illustration in two opposite orientations of the lock housing of Figure 1; - Figure 4 is an illustration of the hood of the lock according to Figure 1; - Figure 5 is a sectional view along the axis 5-5 of the lock of Figure 1; - Figure 6 is an illustration of the lower part of the lock of the figure - Figure 7 is an illustration in two opposite orientations of the housing of an alternative embodiment of the lock according to the invention; - Figure 8 is an illustration in two opposite orientations of the cover of an alternative embodiment of the lock according to the invention.

The door lock 2 illustrated in Figure 1 comprises a housing 4 shown schematically in the form of a solid, a reinforcing plate and mounting 8 and a cover 6 for protecting the casing of water streams. The lock 2 of Figure 1 is disposed within a vehicle door, on a reinforcement 8 which is on a mounting surface 26 forming a fold 24 at approximately a right angle. The mounting surface 26 may be a lining of the door. FIG. 2 illustrates in detail the reinforcing plate 8. It consists of a piece of metal sheet pressed to form an angle capable of conforming to the angle of the mounting surface, in the specific case of this example embodiment, an angle of about 90 °. The reinforcing plate therefore comprises two substantially flat and angled portions. One of the parts has an upper edge 18 which can be horizontal or inclined in the mounting position and the other of the two parts has an upper edge 18 generally inclined downwardly from the upper edge of the first part. The two upper edges 18 form a double fold with the remainder of the backing plate so as to be remote from the mounting surface and to form a groove therewith. The portion of the upper edge which is horizontal or slightly inclined has a notch 10 directed upwards. The reinforcing plate also has an opening 16 for receiving the strike of the vehicle body when closing the door. The reinforcing plate 8 also has a bottom portion in the form of a tab 90 at 90 ° with the generally flat surface of the remainder of the plate. This lug 14 comprises a hole 12 intended to receive a corresponding pin of the casing 4. FIG. 3 still schematically illustrates the casing 4 enclosing a bolt (not visible) intended to cooperate with the striker of the fixed part of the vehicle in order to lock the door with the rest of the vehicle. It also includes various mechanical elements (not visible) such as for example a locking latch of the bolt. The housing comprises a pin 20 at its lower surface, this point being directed downwards. The housing also comprises on a first mounting face two threaded holes 30 for the final fixing of the lock on its mounting surface and on a second mounting face a boss in the form of a stop pin 32 intended to bear against the reinforcement plate for its guidance during assembly (this function will be more explicitly explained in relation to FIG. 6).

Figure 4 illustrates the cover 6. The latter has an upper surface and a side surface forming an edge, the lateral surface being continuous with the upper surface so as to form a tight cover. The front edge and the corresponding upper surface area of the cover 6 include a downwardly directed boss. This boss is essentially located at the junction between the front edge and the upper surface, straddling the upper surface and the corresponding lateral surface. The boss 22 is preferably inclined at approximately 45 ° with respect to the upper surface and also with respect to the lateral surface. Figure 5 is a sectional view of the lock of Figure 1 along the axis 5-5. It can be observed the mounting surface 26 on which the reinforcing plate 8 is mounted, interposed between the mounting surface 26 and the housing 4. The housing 4 is supported on the lug 14 of the reinforcing plate 8 with its counter 20 introduced into the orifice of the tab in question. Alternatively or additionally, the housing can be supported on the reinforcing plate via the boss 22 of the cover in the groove 10 of said plate. The cover 6 is otherwise simply placed on the housing 4 with its side surface bypassing. The boss 22 cooperates by insertion with the groove 10 of the upper edge 18. The corresponding lateral surface of the cover is inserted into the groove formed by the edge 18. The flow of water from the runoff inside the door is illustrated by the arrows. These show that the water flows along the slope of the hood and to the groove formed by the upper edge 18 and the mounting surface 26, thus protecting the housing mechanics. The enveloping shape of the cover 6 relative to the upper periphery of the housing 4 and relative to the upper edge 18 of the reinforcing plate 8 ensures the temporary retention of the housing 4 relative to the reinforcing plate. The latter is in fact previously fixed to the mounting surface 26, for example by welding. The boss 22 cooperating with the notch 10 acts as a stretcher and avoids any confusion of assembly. The housing 4 is then secured to the mounting surface by screwing from the opposite face of the mounting surface by means of screws passing through the holes 28 of the reinforcing plate 8 (see Figure 2) and engaged in the threads 30 of the housing 4 (see Figure 3). Figure 6 is an illustration of the lower part of the lock. It is possible to observe the abutment pin 32 in the lower position on the lateral face of the casing 4. Its function is to guide the casing when it is placed on the reinforcing plate 8, more precisely its function of guiding the In fact, during assembly and depending on the accessibility to the mounting surface, it may be difficult to visualize the lower part of the casing and, consequently, the peg 20 and the corresponding orifice in which it must engage. During assembly, the lateral face of the housing rests on the upper edge 8 which is offset from the rest of the reinforcing plate. As a result, the part of the side face of the housing which is not in contact with the upper edge 8 is at a distance from the reinforcing plate. The stop pin 32 makes it possible to compensate for this distance for the purpose of guiding the casing during assembly. Alternatively or in addition to the shape of a pin as shown in Figure 6, a boss can be formed on the face in question of the housing. Figures 7 and 8 illustrate an alternative embodiment of the lock. The reinforcement plate remains in principle unchanged. In contrast to the embodiment of FIGS. 1 to 5, the housing 104 here comprises an extension at its upper part, this extension comprising an additional pin 122 with a groove intended to be engaged in the notch of the upper edge of the plate. reinforcement. The cover 106 is similar to the cover 6 of the embodiment of Figures 1 to 5 with the difference that it no longer has a boss. During assembly, the casing 104 is put in place on the reinforcing plate by insertion of the lower pin 120 into the hole of the lower leg of the reinforcing plate and insertion of the upper pin 122 into the notch of the upper edge of the reinforcing plate. The two pins 120 and 122 thus maintain the casing 104 provisionally in place. The cover 106 may then simply be placed on the housing 104 so that its side surface forming the edge enters the groove formed by the upper edge of the backing plate and the mounting surface, similarly to the embodiment of the figures 1 to 6. The principle of protection of the casing of water streams is identical to that of the mode of Figures 1 to 6. The cover 106 may also be already assembled on the housing 4.

In general, the reinforcing plate is usually made of metal, more particularly steel so that it can be welded to the mounting surface. It could, however, be made in another type of material capable of performing the functions of its own, namely to form a reinforcement. In the case of use of non-metallic material, for example plastic or composite material, the reinforcing plate would then be fixed by gluing, screwing or any other known fastening method to the mounting surface. The hood is usually made of molded plastic material due to the limited mechanical stresses. The housing is usually made of metal in a manner well known to those skilled in the art. Other variants can of course be considered while retaining the advantages of the two modes described above.

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  1. REVENDICATIONS1. A vehicle body sash lock (2) for mounting on a mounting surface (26) of the sash, comprising: a housing (4; 104) having at least two surfaces and including a bolt; characterized in that it further comprises: a reinforcing plate (8) to be disposed between the mounting surface (26) and at least one of the faces of the housing (4; 104), said plate (8) including an upper portion (18) forming a groove with the mounting surface (26); a cover (6; 106) to be disposed on the housing (4; 104) and to cooperate with the groove to protect the housing (4; 104) from water runoff.
  2. 2. Lock according to claim 1, characterized in that the upper portion (18) of the reinforcing plate (8) forming a groove with the mounting surface (26) is spaced from the mounting surface and is preferably inclined. 20
  3. 3. Lock according to one of claims 1 and 2, characterized in that the upper portion (18) of the reinforcing plate (8) forming a groove with the mounting surface (26) is projecting from the housing (4). in mounting position. 25
  4. 4. Lock according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the upper portion (18) of the reinforcing plate (8) forming a groove with the mounting surface (26) forms a fold, preferably a double fold with the rest of the reinforcing plate (8) so as to be away from the mounting surface (26).
  5. 5. Lock according to one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that the cover (6; 106) comprises a continuous upper surface and a side surface forming the edge, unitary with the upper surface, the edge being intended to be inserted in the groove.
  6. 6. Lock according to one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that the reinforcing plate (8) comprises two main parts forming an angle, preferably in the form of a fold, these two parts being intended to be arranged between the surface of mounting (26) at an angle and the housing (4; 104).
  7. 7. Lock according to one of claims 1 to 6, characterized in that the reinforcing plate (8) comprises a lower bearing area (14) of the housing (4; 104) by interlocking.
  8. 8. Lock according to claim 7, characterized in that the housing (4; 104) comprises at its lower part a pin (20; 120) directed downwards and the support zone (14) of the reinforcing plate ( 8) comprises a hole (12) for receiving said pin (20; 120).
  9. 9. Lock according to one of claims 7 and 8, characterized in that the housing (4; 104) comprises a boss (32, 132) on one of its two surfaces, the boss being at a distance from the upper part (18). ) of the reinforcing plate (8) forming a groove with the mounting surface (26), and guiding against the reinforcing plate (8).
  10. 10. Lock according to one of claims 7 to 9, characterized in that the upper part (18) of the reinforcing plate (8) forming the groove comprises a notch (10) directed upwards and intended to cooperate with the hood (6) or housing (104).
  11. 11. Lock according to claim 10, characterized in that the cover (6) comprises a boss (22) directed downwards and intended to cooperate with the notch (10) of the reinforcing plate (8), the boss ( 22) being preferably straddling an upper surface and a side surface of the hood, the side surface forming the edge of the hood.
  12. 12. Lock according to claim 10, characterized in that the housing (104) comprises at its upper part a pin (122) directed towards the mounting surface (26) and intended to cooperate with the notch (10) of the plate reinforcement (8), the pin (122) preferably comprising a groove intended to cooperate with the notch (10).
  13. Lock according to one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in that the upper part of the housing (4; 104) in the mounting position is inclined downwards from the upper part (18) of the reinforcement plate ( 8) forming the groove.
  14. 14. Vehicle door, in particular a vehicle door, comprising a lock according to one of claims 1 to 13.
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