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JP2007132111A
JP2007132111A JP2005327106A JP2005327106A JP2007132111A JP 2007132111 A JP2007132111 A JP 2007132111A JP 2005327106 A JP2005327106 A JP 2005327106A JP 2005327106 A JP2005327106 A JP 2005327106A JP 2007132111 A JP2007132111 A JP 2007132111A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a door control system improving a usability by elongating an unlocked state by a desire. <P>SOLUTION: The door control system has a portable unit 2 with a passive-mode output means 1 transmitting an ID for an authentication in response to a specified ID demand signal and a door controller 3 outputting the ID demand signal to the portable unit 2 and moving a door under a locked state at all times to the unlocked state for a fixed time when the authentication to the ID for the authentication received from the portable unit 2 holds. In the door control system, the portable unit 2 is provided with an active-mode output means 5 transmitting the ID for the authentication by an operation to a locking-releasing operating section 4, and the door controller 3 is provided with an extension means 6 extending a holding time of the unlocked state when the ID for the authentication from the active-mode output means 5 by the portable unit 2 is detected within the fixed time after the authentication is established. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a door control system.

As a door control system for unlocking a door under the condition of authentication of an authentication ID output by a card-type key (portable device) possessed by a user, the one described in Patent Document 1 is known. In this conventional example, when the lock unit (door control device) of the door control system authenticates the authentication ID of the portable device, the electric lock is unlocked and the door is opened.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-246043

  However, in the above-described conventional example, the portable device functions only to start the opening operation of the electric lock or the door opening device, and does not have the function of maintaining the opened state of the opened door. There is a disadvantage that it is inconvenient when performing an operation that needs to maintain the door open state beyond a preset door opening time, such as loading / unloading of a baggage.

  The present invention has been made to solve the above-described drawbacks, and an object of the present invention is to provide a door control system that improves usability by extending the unlocked state as desired.

According to the present invention, the object is
A portable device 2 provided with passive mode output means 1 for transmitting an authentication ID in response to a predetermined ID request signal;
The door control system includes a door control device 3 that outputs an ID request signal to the portable device 2 and shifts the locked door to the unlocked state for a predetermined time when authentication for the authentication ID received from the portable device 2 is established. And
The portable device 2 is provided with an active mode output means 5 for transmitting an authentication ID by operating the locking / unlocking operation unit 4.
The door control device 3 is provided with an extension means 6 for extending the holding time of the unlocked state when the authentication ID from the active mode output means 5 by the same portable device 2 is detected within a predetermined time after the authentication is established. This is achieved by providing a control system.

  The door control system is configured such that the door control device 3 that has authenticated the authentication ID from the portable device 2 shifts the door that is always locked to the unlocked state for a predetermined time. Here, the locked state includes not only a case where the operation of the door is blocked by a locking body such as a dead bolt, but also a state where it is substantially difficult to open the door, such as a closed state of a sliding automatic door.

  The portable device 2 includes a passive mode output unit 1 and an active mode output unit 5, and the passive mode output unit 1 outputs an authentication ID as a response signal to the ID request signal from the door control device 3. On the other hand, the active mode output means 5 outputs the authentication ID only when the user operates the locking / unlocking operation unit 4 provided in the portable device 2.

  For example, when the door control device 3 is used for opening / closing control of an entrance door to an entrance of an apartment house, the door opening / closing for a resident who has the portable device 2 is performed by ID communication in the passive mode, When the authentication ID output from the machine 2 is authenticated by the door control device 3, the door is opened and the door is closed after a predetermined time. The ID request signal from the door control device 3 can be output in response to detection by a human body detection sensor or pressing of a button for request signal output by a user as a trigger in addition to always outputting.

  The door control device 3 is provided with an extension means 6. The extension means 6 operates so as to delay the automatic locking time when the authentication ID in the active mode is output from the portable device 2 within a predetermined time after the unlocking operation is performed. In other words, extend the door opening time.

  Therefore, in this invention, the unlocking time of the door once unlocked in the passive mode can be extended as necessary. As a result, even when carrying out relatively time-consuming work such as loading and unloading of luggage, the holder of the portable device 2 stays in a place where it can communicate with the passive mode and keeps the door open, or the administrator automatically There is no need to stop the lock, improving usability.

  Moreover, since the active mode output means 5 added to the portable device 2 can be used for forced locking / unlocking operation at each door in an apartment house or the like, usability is further improved.

  According to the present invention, since the unlocked state can be extended as desired, the usability can be improved.

  FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of the present invention configured to control opening / closing of an automatic door 7 of an entrance part of an apartment house. The door control system is operated using the door control device 3 and the portable device 2 for remotely operating the door control device 3.

  The door control device 3 includes a transmission / reception unit 3b, a sensor unit 8, and a request code generation unit 9 that operate under the control of the control unit 3a in order to communicate with the portable device 2. The sensor unit 8 is a human body sensor, and outputs a detection signal to the bus line 3c when a human body is detected. The request code generation unit 9 is activated by the control unit 3a that has detected the output of the human body detection signal from the sensor unit 8, generates an ID request signal for the portable device 2, and outputs it to the bus line 3c.

  The transmission / reception unit 3b transmits the ID request signal generated by the request code generation unit 9 to the portable device 2, and further receives the authentication request signal transmitted from the portable device 2.

  Further, a door control signal output unit 10 and an extension means 6 are connected to the control unit 3a. The door control signal output unit 10 supplies a door opening signal to the automatic door control unit 11 that operates so as to keep the automatic door 7 in a normally closed state for a predetermined time, and opens the automatic door 7. The extension means 6 extends the door opening signal supply time using the extension timer, and extends the door opening signal output time set in the door control signal output unit 10.

  The authentication unit 12 is connected to determine the door control signal output unit 10 or the set of the opening signal to the extension means 6. The authentication unit 12 searches whether the authentication ID included in the authentication request signal from the portable device 2 exists in the ID storage unit 13, and if the authentication ID is searched, an authentication establishment signal is sent. If not retrieved, an authentication rejection signal is output to the bus line 3c. Receiving the authentication establishment signal, the control unit 3a sets a door opening signal in the door control signal output unit 10 or the extension means 6 and opens the automatic door 7.

  The control unit 3a, the authentication unit 12, and the like, and each component of the portable device 2 described later can be configured in a memory space in a microcomputer set controlled by a CPU that operates according to a predetermined program. .

  On the other hand, the portable device 2 includes a passive mode output unit 1 and an active mode output unit 5 controlled by the control unit 2a. The passive mode output means 1 includes a transmission / reception unit 2b connected to the bus line 2c and a passive signal generation unit 14, and when the passive signal generation unit 14 receives an ID request signal from the door control device 3, the ID storage is performed. A response signal including an authentication ID unique to the portable device 2 stored in the unit 13 is generated and transmitted from the transmission / reception unit 2b.

  On the other hand, the active mode output means 5 includes the transmission / reception unit 2b, the active signal generation unit 15, the unlock button operation unit 4A, and the lock button operation unit 4B (lock / unlock operation unit 4). The active mode output means 5 is configured such that the passive mode output means 1 described above automatically generates and transmits a response signal upon receipt of the ID request signal, whereas the user has an unlock button disposed on the portable device 2, Alternatively, a signal to the portable device 2 is output by operating the lock button.

  The signal output by the active mode output means 5 is detected when the active signal generating unit 15 detects that the unlock button or the lock button is pressed by a change in the state of the unlock button operation unit 4A or the lock button operation unit 4B. The authentication request signal including the ID for authentication and the type code indicating that one of the buttons for locking and unlocking is pressed is generated and output from the transmission / reception unit 2b.

  FIG. 2 shows an operation flow of the door control system configured as described above. The control unit 3a of the door control device 3 constantly monitors the output of the sensor unit 8 (step S1). When the human body is detected and the sensor unit 8 is turned “ON”, the request code generation unit 9 generates an ID request signal. Is generated. The generated ID request signal is transmitted via the transmission / reception unit 3b and the antenna (step S2), and then a response signal to the ID request signal is awaited (step S3).

  When the person detected by the sensor unit 8 has the portable device 2, the portable device 2 outputs a response signal by the passive mode output means 1, and when this is received by the door control device 3, The authentication ID is stored in the temporary storage area (step S4), and the authentication unit 12 authenticates the authentication ID (step S5).

  When authentication in the authentication unit 12 is established, the door control signal output unit 10 outputs a door opening signal (step S6), and then a timer for setting a time limit for extending the door opening time by the extending means 6 The time measurement by starts (step S7). When the timing is started, the control unit 3a waits for an active output from the portable device 2 (step S8), and the user does not transmit a code using the active mode output means 5 of the portable device 2 within a predetermined time (step S8). S9), the supply of the door opening signal from the door control signal output unit 10 to the automatic door control unit 11 is stopped (stop S10), and the automatic door 7 is closed.

  The case where the active output is not received during the time counting of the timer is the normal operation of the automatic door 7, and when the control unit 3a receives the active output in step S8, the authentication ID included in the signal at the time of the active output is obtained. The authentication ID stored in the temporary storage area is compared (step S8-1).

  When a match is obtained in step S8-1, timing by an extension timer is started (step S8-2). The extension of the closing time is determined by this extension timer, and when the extension timer expires (step S8-7), step S10 is executed and the automatic door 7 is closed.

  The control unit 3a further monitors the transmission of the active output in order to detect the adjustment operation by the user for the extension time determined by the extension timer (step S8-3). When an active output is observed in this step, the authentication ID included in the signal at the time of active output is compared with the authentication ID stored in the temporary storage area (step S8-4). The extension timer is operated as it is.

  On the other hand, if the authentication ID matches, the type code in the signal is identified (steps S8-5, S8-6). In the case of an unlocking code, the extension timer is reset to further extend the extension time. In the case of the lock cord, step S10 is executed without waiting for the extension timer to expire, and the automatic door 7 is closed.

  In the above description, the present invention has been described by taking the open / close control of the automatic door 7 as an example. However, the present invention can also be configured as a control device for operating a dead bolt of an electric lock. Generates and outputs a drive signal for the electric lock.

It is a functional block diagram which shows this invention. It is a flowchart which shows operation | movement of a door control apparatus.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Passive mode output means 2 Portable machine 3 Door control apparatus 4 Locking / unlocking operation part 5 Active mode output means 6 Extension means

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  1. A portable device including passive mode output means for transmitting an authentication ID in response to a predetermined ID request signal;
    A door control system having a door control device that outputs an ID request signal to a portable device and causes the door in a constantly locked state to shift to an unlocked state for a predetermined time when authentication for the authentication ID received from the portable device is established,
    The portable device is provided with an active mode output means for transmitting an authentication ID by operating the locking / unlocking operation unit,
    A door control system in which the door control device is provided with an extension means for extending the holding time of the unlocked state when the authentication ID from the active mode output means by the same portable device is detected within a predetermined time after the authentication is established.
  2. The door control device extends the holding time of the unlocked state by the unlocking operation to the locking and unlocking operation unit,
    The door control system according to claim 1, wherein the holding time extension can be canceled by a locking operation.


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