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JP2005249858A
JP2005249858A JP2004056400A JP2004056400A JP2005249858A JP 2005249858 A JP2005249858 A JP 2005249858A JP 2004056400 A JP2004056400 A JP 2004056400A JP 2004056400 A JP2004056400 A JP 2004056400A JP 2005249858 A JP2005249858 A JP 2005249858A
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Hisashi Saito
Ritsuko Tachibana
久志 斉藤
律子 橘
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Oki Electric Ind Co Ltd
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a cable support having workability when exchanging a cable of which the excess part will not obstruct, without making the transmission characteristics lowered. <P>SOLUTION: An optical fiber cable 14 does not have a risk lowering the transmission characteristics, without being bent more than the allowable curvature radius, by forming a groove part 28 of a cable guide 26 winding the slack of the optical fiber cable 14 of a curvature radius of the allowable curvature radius or larger of the optical fiber cable 14. In addition, since the cable guide 26 is rotatably supported on a guide shaft 24, the length of the excess part is adjusted by rotating the cable guide 26, in a state in which the cable guide 26 is inserted in the guide shaft 24, and the replacement work of the cable 14 is facilitated. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2005,JPO&NCIPI

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  The present invention relates to a cable support for guiding and supporting a cable such as an optical fiber connected to a communication device in a predetermined direction.

  In an electronic device using an optical fiber cable as a transmission path, when an optical fiber cable is wired, a bent portion is generated when the wiring direction is changed. At this bent portion, a bending radius smaller than the allowable bending radius of the optical fiber cable is generated. If it is bent, the transmission characteristics of the optical fiber cable may be deteriorated.

  For this reason, in Patent Document 1, as shown in FIG. 4, in the wiring of the optical fiber cable 102 used in the electronic device 100, the bending portion where the optical fiber cable 102 bends is larger than the allowable bending radius of the optical fiber cable 102. Guide members 104 and 106 having a large R are attached so that the optical fiber cable 102 does not bend more than the allowable bending radius.

  Further, the support plate 108 is extended from both side walls of the electronic device 100, and a rod-like body 110 having an outer diameter that is twice or more the allowable bending radius is fixed to the support plate 108, and the extra length of the optical fiber cable 102 (optical fiber) The length of the optical fiber cable 102 required to loosen the optical fiber cable 102 so that no tension is applied directly to the cable 102 is wound at a predetermined bending radius or more, so that the extra length of the optical fiber cable 102 is obstructed. In addition, the optical fiber cable 102 is prevented from being bent more than the allowable bending radius.

However, in Patent Document 1, since the rod-shaped body 110 around which the extra length of the optical fiber cable 102 is wound is disposed in a state where the front surface of the electronic device 100 is bridged, the optical fiber cable 102 is replaced. The rod-shaped body 110 becomes an obstacle and the workability is not good.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 9-5535

  The present invention has been made in consideration of the above facts, and it is an object of the present invention to provide a cable support that does not deteriorate the transmission characteristics, and that does not interfere with the extra length of the cable and has good workability when replacing the cable.

  The invention according to claim 1 is a pair of support members protruding forward of a unit mounting frame on which a circuit board is mounted, a guide shaft supported at both ends by the support member, and rotatably supported by the guide shaft. And a cable guide formed with a radius of curvature greater than the allowable radius of curvature of the cable connected to the circuit board and provided with a circumferential groove around which the extra length cables can be wound individually.

  In the first aspect of the present invention, a pair of support members projecting forward are provided on the unit mounting frame on which the circuit board is mounted, and both ends of the guide shaft are supported by the support members. A cable guide having a circumferential groove is rotatably supported on the guide shaft. Here, the circumferential groove is formed with a radius of curvature greater than the allowable radius of curvature of the cable connected to the circuit board, and the extra length cables can be individually wound.

  In this way, by supporting the cable guide on which the extra-length cable can be wound on the guide shaft so as to be rotatable, the extra length of the extra-length cable can be obtained simply by rotating the cable guide while the cable guide is inserted through the guide shaft. This is convenient because it can be adjusted. In addition, since the cables can be individually wound, when replacing the cables, the cable to be replaced can be confirmed at a glance, and a desired cable can be securely attached and detached.

  Further, by forming the circumferential groove with a radius of curvature greater than or equal to the allowable curvature radius of the cable, the cable is not bent more than the allowable curvature radius in a state where the extra length cable is wound around the circumferential groove. For this reason, an excessive load is not applied to the cable, and the cable can be stably held. Therefore, there is no fear of deteriorating the transmission characteristics.

  Further, by providing a support member protruding forward on the unit mounting frame and providing a cable guide on a guide shaft supported by the support member, the cable guide is disposed on the front side of the circuit board. For this reason, it is possible to perform connector insertion / extraction operation, maintenance, line expansion, and the like from the front side of the circuit board, thereby improving workability and reducing the cable length processing area.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the cable support according to the first aspect, a plurality of notches into which the guide shaft can be fitted are formed in the support member in the height direction of the support member. .

  In the invention described in claim 2, by forming a plurality of notch portions into which the guide shaft can be fitted in the height direction of the support member, connector insertion / extraction operation, maintenance, and line addition from the front side of the circuit board can be performed. Even when the work area cannot be secured by sliding the cable guide, the work area can be secured flexibly without disconnecting the cable once connected by fitting the guide shaft into another notch. be able to.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the cable support according to the first or second aspect, in the state where the guide shaft is fitted into the notch, the stop member is configured to restrict movement of the guide shaft in the axial direction. It is characterized by having.

  In the invention according to claim 3, by restricting the movement of the guide shaft in the axial direction by the stopper member, the guide shaft is accidentally removed from the cable support when performing connector insertion / extraction operation, maintenance, and line expansion. I try not to come out.

  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the cable support according to any one of the first to third aspects, the cable guide is composed of a plurality of drums slidable in the axial direction of the guide shaft. It is said.

  In the invention according to claim 4, the cable guide is constituted by a plurality of drums that can slide in the axial direction of the guide shaft, so that the drum can be slid when exchanging the cables, and the work area can be widened. Therefore, it is possible to work so as not to interfere with the already connected cable, and it is possible to easily replace the cable.

  According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, in the cable support according to the fourth aspect of the present invention, one or more of the circumferential grooves are formed on the drum, and the cables can be individually wound.

  In the invention according to claim 5, by forming one or a plurality of circumferential grooves with respect to the drum and enabling the cables to be individually wound, the cable to be replaced can be confirmed at a glance at the time of cable replacement. The desired cable can be attached and detached reliably.

  According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, in the cable support according to the fourth or fifth aspect, flanges are provided on both sides of the drum to prevent deviation of the cable wound around the drum.

  In the invention described in claim 6, by providing flanges on both sides of the drum to prevent deviation of the cable wound around the drum, the cable can be replaced or the drum can be slid along the axial direction of the guide shaft. The cable can be stably held so as not to deviate from the drum.

  A seventh aspect of the present invention is the cable support according to any one of the fourth to sixth aspects, wherein the drum is slidable with respect to the guide shaft.

  In the invention described in claim 7, by making the drum easy to slide with respect to the guide shaft, the frictional resistance between the drum and the guide shaft is reduced, and the drum can be easily slid.

  Since the present invention is configured as described above, in the invention described in claim 1, the cable guide is inserted into the guide shaft by rotatably supporting the cable guide on which the extra length cable can be wound on the guide shaft. This is convenient because the length of the extra cable can be adjusted simply by rotating the cable guide in this state. In addition, since the cables can be individually wound, when replacing the cables, the cable to be replaced can be confirmed at a glance, and a desired cable can be securely attached and detached.

  Further, by forming the circumferential groove with a radius of curvature greater than or equal to the allowable curvature radius of the cable, the cable is not bent more than the allowable curvature radius in a state where the extra length cable is wound around the circumferential groove. For this reason, an excessive load is not applied to the cable, and the cable can be stably held. Therefore, there is no fear of deteriorating the transmission characteristics.

  Further, by providing a support member protruding forward on the unit mounting frame and providing a cable guide on a guide shaft supported by the support member, the cable guide is disposed on the front side of the circuit board. For this reason, it is possible to perform connector insertion / extraction operation, maintenance, line expansion, and the like from the front side of the circuit board, thereby improving workability and reducing the cable length processing area.

  According to the second aspect of the present invention, when a connector area is inserted / extracted from the front side of the circuit board, maintenance, line expansion, or the like, even if the work area cannot be secured even if the cable guide is slid, a separate guide shaft is provided. By fitting into the notch, the work area can be secured flexibly without disconnecting the cable once connected.

  In the third aspect of the present invention, the guide shaft is prevented from being accidentally pulled out of the cable support when performing connector insertion / extraction operation, maintenance, and line expansion.

  In the invention described in claim 4, when replacing the cable, the drum can be slid to widen the work area, so that the work can be performed without interfering with the already connected cable, and the cable can be replaced. Can be easily performed.

  In the invention according to claim 5, when replacing the cable, the cable to be replaced can be confirmed at a glance, and the desired cable can be reliably attached and detached.

  In the invention described in claim 6, when the cable is replaced or when the drum is slid along the axial direction of the guide shaft, the cable can be stably held so as not to deviate from the drum.

  According to the seventh aspect of the present invention, the frictional resistance between the drum and the guide shaft is reduced so that the drum can be easily slid.

  Next, the cable support according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 to 3A and 3B.

  1 and 2 are perspective views of the unit mounting frame to which the cable support is applied. FIG. 3A is a plan view of the cable guide, and FIG. 3B is a perspective view of the cable guide. The figure is shown.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the unit mounting frame 10 has a box shape, and a plurality of circuit boards 12 are accommodated in the unit mounting frame 10. The circuit board 12 is provided with a plurality of connector portions 18 to which connector portions 16 provided at the ends of the optical fiber cable 14 are connected.

  A pair of plate-like support members 20 project from the side wall 10A of the unit mounting frame 10 in a state of facing each other toward the front of the unit mounting frame 10 (circuit board 12 side). Notch portions 22 are formed at arbitrary intervals along the height direction of the support member 20 at the distal end portion of the support member 20, and the heights of the notch portions 22 of the support member 20 facing each other are substantially the same. It is the same.

  The notch 22 has a shape that is bent at a substantially right angle downward from the inlet 22A, and a curved surface 22B is formed at the back. A guide shaft 24 can be inserted into the notch 22 and is inserted through the inlet 22A and supported by the curved surface 22B.

  The curvature radius of the curved surface portion 22B is substantially the same as the curvature radius of the guide shaft 24, and the guide shaft 24 and the curved surface portion 22B are fitted in a state where both end portions of the guide shaft 24 are in surface contact with the curved surface portion 22B. The guide shaft 24 is fixed. In this state, the guide shaft 24 is disposed on the front side of the circuit board 12.

  Further, two drum-type cable guides 26 are inserted through the guide shaft 24, and are supported rotatably with respect to the guide shaft 24 and are slidable with respect to the guide shaft 24. As shown in FIGS. 3A and 3B, a plurality of groove portions 28 are recessed along the circumferential direction of the guide surface 26A on the outer peripheral surface 26A of the cable guide 26 (hereinafter referred to as “guide surface 26A”). It is installed.

  The radius of curvature of the groove 28 is formed to be equal to or greater than the allowable radius of curvature of the cable guide 26, and is sized so that the optical fiber cables 14 can be wound individually one by one. For this reason, one groove 28 may be formed on the guide surface 26A so that only one optical fiber cable 14 can be accommodated.

  In addition, disk-shaped flanges 26 </ b> B are integrally formed at both ends of the cable guide 26, thereby preventing deviation of the optical fiber cable 14 wound around the groove 28. Further, a thrust bearing 30 is provided on the inner peripheral surface of the cable guide 26 in order to improve the slidability with the guide shaft 24. The thrust bearing 30 may be formed of resin other than Duracon (registered trademark of Polyplastics), oil-impregnated metal, or the like.

  Note that the coefficient of friction with the guide shaft 24 may be reduced by molding the cable guide 26 with a resin having high slidability such as polyacetal (for example, Duracon (registered trademark of Polyplastics)).

  Next, the operation of the cable support according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 1, when connecting the connector portion 16 of the optical fiber cable 14 to the connector portion 18 disposed on the circuit board 12 side on the front surface of the circuit board 12, the desired optical fiber cable 14 is connected to the cable guide 26. It winds around the groove part 28 of the guide surface 26A. Thus, the extra length of the optical fiber cable 14 (the length of the optical fiber cable 14 necessary to loosen the optical fiber cable 14 so that the optical fiber cable 14 is not directly tensioned) is not disturbed. Yes.

  Here, since the cable guide 26 is rotatably supported by the guide shaft 24, the length of the cable guide 26 can be adjusted by simply rotating the cable guide 26 while the cable guide 26 is inserted through the guide shaft 24. Can be performed.

  Further, since a plurality of groove portions 28 are provided in the guide surface 26A of the cable guide 26, a plurality of optical fiber cables 14 can be wound around one cable guide 26, and a circuit board is provided. The number of cable guides 26 can be reduced with respect to the number of optical fiber cables 14 connected to the connector 12.

  When the optical fiber cable 14 is wound around the groove portion 28 of the guide surface 26 </ b> A of the cable guide 26, an arbitrary extra length is left on the connector portion 16 side of the optical fiber cable 14. As a result, the load applied to the optical fiber cable 14 is only the self-weight of the surplus length, and damage caused by applying an excessive load to the optical fiber cable 14 can be prevented.

  Here, by forming the groove portion 28 with a radius of curvature greater than or equal to the allowable curvature radius of the optical fiber cable 14, the optical fiber cable 14 bends more than the allowable curvature radius in a state where the excess length is wound around the groove portion 28. There is no. For this reason, the optical fiber cable 14 is not subjected to an excessive load due to bending, and can be stably held. Therefore, there is no fear of deteriorating the transmission characteristics.

  In addition, since the optical fiber cables 14 can be individually wound around the groove portions 28 one by one, when replacing the optical fiber cable 14, the optical fiber cable 14 to be replaced can be confirmed at a glance, and the desired optical fiber cable can be confirmed. 14 can be surely performed.

  After the optical fiber cable 14 is wound around the groove portion 28 of the guide surface 26A of the cable guide 26, the guide shaft 24 is lifted to a position close to the height of the connector portion 18 on the circuit board 12 side and provided on the support member 20. Fit into the notch 22. Then, the connector portion 16 of the optical fiber cable 14 is connected to the connector portion 18 of the circuit board 12.

  At this time, if the remaining surplus length is short, the surplus length can be increased by rotating the cable guide 26, thereby preventing the optical fiber cable 14 from being tensioned. If the remaining length is too long, the cable guide 26 is rotated in the opposite direction to adjust the remaining length.

  On the other hand, when replacing the optical fiber cable 14, the connector portion 16 of the optical fiber cable 14 is pulled out from the connector portion 18 of the circuit board 12, and then the optical fiber cable 14 to be replaced is unwound from the cable guide 26.

  Here, the support member 20 protruding forward is provided on the unit mounting frame 10, and the cable guide 26 is attached to the guide shaft 24 supported by the support member 20, whereby the cable guide 26 is disposed on the front side of the circuit board 12. The Rukoto.

  For this reason, it is possible to perform insertion / extraction operation and maintenance of the connector unit 18 from the front side of the circuit board 12 and to increase the line, so that workability is improved and the extra length processing area of the optical fiber cable 14 can be reduced. effective.

  Further, by providing the cable guide 26 so as to be slidable laterally with respect to the guide shaft 24, the cable guide 26 can be slid so as not to interfere with the already connected optical fiber cable 14 when the optical fiber cable 14 is removed. The optical fiber cable 14 can be easily replaced.

  Furthermore, the work area can be secured by sliding the cable guide 26 along the axial direction of the guide shaft 24 at the time of work such as insertion / extraction operation of the connector portion 18 and maintenance and line expansion. For this reason, the replacement | exchange operation | work of the optical fiber cable 14 can be performed easily.

  Here, since the thrust bearing 30 is provided on the inner peripheral surface of the cable guide 26, the cable guide 26 is easily slipped with respect to the guide shaft 24. For this reason, the cable guide 26 can be easily slid.

  In addition, disk-shaped flanges 26B are provided at both ends of the cable guide 26 so as to prevent deviation of the optical fiber cable 14 wound around the groove 28. When the cable guide 26 is slid along the axial direction of the guide shaft 24, the optical fiber cable 14 can be moved without deviating from the cable guide 26.

  Note that E-rings 32 are fitted to both ends of the guide shaft 24 so that the guide shaft 24 does not move in the axial direction. Thus, the guide shaft 24 is not accidentally pulled out of the support member 20 when performing the insertion / extraction operation or maintenance of the connector portion 16 or the line expansion.

  By the way, if the work area cannot be sufficiently secured even when the cable guide 26 is slid along the axial direction of the guide shaft 24, the cable guide 26 is rotated and the extra length of the optical fiber cable 14 is secured. As shown in FIG. 2, the work area can be secured by fitting the guide shaft 24 into another notch portion 22 provided in the support member 20. Thereby, the operation can be performed without removing the optical fiber cable 14 once connected.

  Although two cable guides 26 are used for one guide shaft here, the number is not limited to two, and the number of cable guides 26 can be increased or decreased according to the number of optical fiber cables 14. The waste of the cable guide 26 can be reduced. Although the optical fiber cable has been described here, it is not limited to an optical fiber cable.

It is a perspective view of a unit mounting frame to which a cable support according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied. It is a perspective view of a unit mounting frame to which a cable support according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied. (A) is a top view of a cable guide, (B) is a perspective view of a cable guide. It is a perspective view which shows the conventional cable support (patent document 1).

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10 Unit mounting frame 20 Support member (cable support)
22 Notch 24 Guide shaft (cable support)
26 Cable guide (cable support, drum)
26B Flange 28 Groove (circumferential groove)
30 Thrust bearing 32 E-ring (stopping member)

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  1. A pair of support members projecting forward of the unit mounting frame on which the circuit board is mounted;
    A guide shaft supported at both ends by the support member;
    A cable guide rotatably supported by the guide shaft and provided with a circumferential groove formed with a curvature radius equal to or larger than an allowable curvature radius of a cable connected to the circuit board and capable of individually winding extra cables;
    A cable support characterized by comprising:
  2.   The cable support according to claim 1, wherein a plurality of notch portions into which the guide shaft can be fitted are formed in the support member in a height direction of the support member.
  3.   The cable support according to claim 1, further comprising a stop member that restricts movement of the guide shaft in the axial direction in a state where the guide shaft is fitted into the notch.
  4.   The cable support according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the cable guide includes a plurality of drums slidable in an axial direction of the guide shaft.
  5.   The cable support according to claim 4, wherein the circumferential groove is formed in a single or a plurality with respect to the drum, and the cables can be wound individually.
  6.   The cable support according to claim 4 or 5, wherein flanges for preventing deviation of a cable wound around a cable guide are provided on both sides of the drum.
  7.   The cable support according to any one of claims 4 to 6, wherein the drum is made slippery with respect to the guide shaft.
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