JP2008105597A - Vehicle information detecting transmitter attaching jig and vehicle information detecting transmitter assembly - Google Patents

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JP2008105597A
JP2008105597A JP2006291358A JP2006291358A JP2008105597A JP 2008105597 A JP2008105597 A JP 2008105597A JP 2006291358 A JP2006291358 A JP 2006291358A JP 2006291358 A JP2006291358 A JP 2006291358A JP 2008105597 A JP2008105597 A JP 2008105597A
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A vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig and a vehicle information detection / transmission device assembly that can eliminate the influence of rim inclination and improve detection accuracy.
A vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection / transmission device (2) for wirelessly transmitting vehicle information detected by a sensor to a rim (3A) of a wheel (3). The mounting jig 1 includes a base portion 4 fixed to the rim 3A and a base 5 to which the vehicle information detection / transmission device 2 is mounted. The angle of the device mounting surface 5a of the pedestal 5 can be adjusted with respect to the rotation shaft 3x of the wheel 3.
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection and transmission device used in a vehicle monitoring system to a rim, and a vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly in which the jig is mounted to the vehicle information detection and transmission device. More particularly, the present invention relates to a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig and a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus assembly that eliminate the influence of rim inclination.

  2. Description of the Related Art In recent years, in order to improve vehicle safety, a tire monitoring system that detects information such as pressure and temperature in a tire by a sensor, transmits it to the vehicle body by a transmission means, and informs the driver is a vehicle monitoring system. (See, for example, Patent Documents 1 and 2). Such a vehicle monitoring system has a vehicle information detection and transmission device attached to the rim, and this vehicle information detection and transmission device usually transmits a sensor that detects vehicle information and vehicle information detected by the sensor. The means is housed in a plastic case.

Such a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus is directly fixed to the rim by an adhesive or is fixed by an attachment jig (for example, see Patent Document 3). However, when attached to the well portion of the rim, the outer peripheral surface of the well portion is inclined with respect to the rotation axis of the wheel. In the transmission apparatus, there is a problem that acceleration components are combined due to the inclination, and the detection accuracy of the acceleration is affected.
JP 2003-63220 A JP 2002-211119 A JP 2006-56356 A

  An object of the present invention is to provide a vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig and a vehicle information detection / transmission device assembly that can eliminate the influence of the inclination of the rim and increase the detection accuracy.

  The vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig of the present invention that achieves the above object is a vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection / transmission device that wirelessly transmits vehicle information detected by a sensor to a rim of a wheel. And a base portion fixed to the rim, and a pedestal disposed on an upper side of the base portion to which the vehicle information detection / transmission device is attached, and the pedestal with respect to a rotation axis of the wheel. The angle of the apparatus mounting surface is configured to be adjustable.

  Another vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig of the present invention is a vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection and transmission device that wirelessly transmits vehicle information detected by a sensor to a rim of a wheel. The rim mounting surface to be mounted on the rim is provided on the lower surface, the device mounting surface to which the vehicle information detection and transmission device is mounted is formed on the upper surface, the rim mounting surface is formed in a shape along the curved surface of the rim, and the device mounting surface is formed. Is formed parallel to the rotational axis of the wheel.

  The vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus assembly of the present invention is characterized in that the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig is attached to the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus.

  According to the vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig of the present invention described above, the mounting jig is configured to have a base portion fixed to the rim and a base to which the vehicle information detection / transmission device is mounted, and the device mounting surface of the base Since the angle of the rim can be adjusted, when the vehicle information detection / transmission device is attached to the inclined part of the rim, the device mounting surface of the pedestal can be made parallel to the wheel rotation axis without being inclined. Thus, the vehicle information detection and transmission device can be prevented from being affected by the inclination of the rim. Therefore, it is possible to increase the detection accuracy (acceleration component detection accuracy in the case of an acceleration sensor) when a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus having a sensor that is affected by inclination, such as an acceleration sensor, is attached to the rim.

  In the other vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig of the present invention described above, since the device mounting surface of the jig is formed in parallel to the rotation axis of the wheel, the vehicle information detection / transmission device is affected by the inclination of the rim. Therefore, it is possible to improve detection accuracy when a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus having a sensor that is affected by inclination, such as an acceleration sensor, is attached to a rim.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

  1 and 2 show an embodiment of a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig according to the present invention, and shows a state of a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus assembly attached to the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus. Reference numeral 1 denotes a vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection / transmission device 2 for transmitting vehicle information detected by a sensor wirelessly to the rim 3A of the wheel 3, and A is attached to the vehicle information detection / transmission device 2. 1 is a vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly to which a jig 1 is attached.

  The mounting jig 1 has a base portion 4 fixed to the well portion a of the rim 3A and a pedestal 5 to which the vehicle information detection / transmission device 2 is mounted. The lower surface 4a of the thick plate-like base portion 4 made of a material such as hard resin or metal is formed in a planar shape. The base portion 4 is fixed to the rim 3A with an adhesive. When the lower surface 4a is made flat in this way, an adhesive having a high viscosity before curing is used. Since the gap between the lower surface 4a of the base portion 4 and the outer peripheral surface of the well portion a can be filled with an adhesive, the lower surface 4a of the base portion 4 can be made flat. As a matter of course, instead of the flat shape, it may be formed in a curved shape having a predetermined curvature along the inclined outer peripheral surface of the well portion a of the rim 3A.

  Similarly, the thick plate-like pedestal 5 made of a hard material is disposed on the upper side of the base portion 4, and the upper surface 5 a is a device mounting surface to which the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 is attached. One end portion 4M of the base portion 4 and one end portion 5M of the pedestal 5 are connected by a hinge (hinge) 6, and the pedestal 5 is rotatable with respect to the base portion 4 about the hinge 6.

  The other end 4N of the base 4 and the other end 5N of the base 5 are connected by front and rear screws 7 and 8. As shown in FIG. 1, the screws 7 and 8 are inserted into a female screw hole 9 a of a ball body 9 that is rotatably embedded in the other end portion 5 N of the base 5, and the distal end portion x of the screws 7 and 8 is the base portion 4. The ball body 10 is rotatably held in the holding hole 10a of the ball body 10 embedded rotatably in the other end 4N.

  By rotating the screws 7 and 8 in one direction, the other end 5N of the pedestal 5 can move in a direction close to the other end 4N of the base portion 4 (downward in FIG. 1). By rotating 8 in the other direction, the other end portion 5N of the pedestal 5 can move in a direction away from the other end portion 4N of the base portion 4 (upward direction in FIG. 1). By the movement of the pedestal 5, the angle adjustment of the upper surface (device mounting surface) 5 a of the pedestal 5 with respect to the rotation axis 3 x of the wheel 3 when attached to the base portion 4, that is, the well portion a of the rim 3 A. Is possible.

  In order to prevent the adjustment angle from changing due to looseness of the screws 7 and 8 during traveling, the screws 7 and 8 are preferably fixed to the pedestal 5 with an adhesive or the like after the adjustment. The number of screws 7 and 8 is not limited to the two described above, and it is sufficient that there is at least one.

  The vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 includes an acceleration sensor (not shown), transmission means (not shown) for transmitting vehicle information detected by the sensor, and a battery (not shown) for supplying electric power to these plastics having a rectangular parallelepiped shape. The case 11 is housed in the case 11. The lower surface 11a of the plastic case 11 is an attachment surface to be attached to the pedestal 5. In the example shown in the drawing, the plastic case 11 is attached to the pedestal 5 with an adhesive.

  The attachment to the pedestal 5 is preferably detachable as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, for example, in order to facilitate battery replacement and repair. In the example of FIGS. 3 and 4, a cylindrical first engaging portion 12 that protrudes downward from the central portion of the lower surface 11 a is integrally provided on the lower surface 11 a of the plastic case 11. On the outer peripheral surface of the first engagement portion 12, second engagement portions 13 are provided at positions spaced apart by 180 °. Both the second engaging portions 13 protrude laterally (along the case longitudinal direction) from the outer peripheral surface of the first engaging portion 12 below the plastic case 11.

  A cylindrical engagement hole portion 14 with which the first engagement portion 12 engages is formed on the upper surface 5 a of the base 5. On the side wall surface 14 a of the engagement hole portion 14, an engagement groove portion 15 that engages with the second engagement portion 13 is provided at a position separated by 180 °. The engagement groove portion 15 opens from the upper surface 5a of the base 5 to the bottom 14b of the engagement hole portion 14 and opens to the engagement hole portion 14 on the bottom 14b side of the engagement hole portion 14. The second engaging groove 15B extends along the circumferential direction of the cylindrical engaging hole 14 from the engaging groove 15A. 15 A of 1st engagement groove parts are provided in the position shifted in the circumferential direction from the position corresponding to the position in which the 2nd engagement part 13 was provided.

  The first engagement portion 12 and the second engagement portion 13 provided on the device 2 side, and the engagement hole portion 14 and the engagement groove portion 15 provided on the base 5 side constitute a fitting mechanism, and the base 5 The first engagement portion 12 and the second engagement portion 13 are inserted into the engagement hole portion 14 and the first engagement groove portion 14A of the pedestal 5 by moving the device 2 downward while being shifted by a predetermined angle with respect to After engaging (fitting) the first engagement portion 12 on the device 2 side with the engagement hole portion 14 on the pedestal 5 side, the device 2 is rotated to move the second engagement portion 13 to the second on the pedestal 5 side. By engaging (fitting) with the engaging groove 15B, the device 2 is fitted into the base 3, and the device 2 is mounted on the upper side of the base 5.

  To remove, rotate the device 2 in the opposite direction to disengage the second engagement portion 13 on the device 2 side from the second engagement groove 15B on the pedestal 5 side, and then move the device 2 upward The device 2 is removed from the base 5 by separating the first engagement portion 12 and the second engagement portion 13 on the device 2 side from the engagement hole portion 14 on the base 5 side and the first engagement groove portion 15A. The device 2 is detachably attached to the base 5 via a fitting mechanism.

  According to the above-described present invention, the mounting jig 1 is configured to have the base portion 4 fixed to the rim 3A and the pedestal 5 to which the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 is mounted, and the upper surface (device mounting surface) of the pedestal 5 Since the angle of 5a can be adjusted, when the vehicle information detection transmitting device 2 is attached to the well portion a of the rim 3A, the upper surface 5a of the base 5 is shown in FIG. In addition, the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 can be prevented from being affected by the inclination of the rim 3A. Therefore, it is possible to improve the accuracy of detecting the acceleration component when the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus having the acceleration sensor affected by the inclination is attached to the rim.

  FIG. 5 shows another embodiment of the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig of the present invention. As in FIG. 1, the mounting jig is shown in the state of a vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly attached to the vehicle information detection and transmission device. The mounting jig 1 is configured such that the angle of the upper surface 5a of the pedestal 5 with respect to the rotation axis 3x of the wheel 3 can be adjusted as follows. The detailed explanation is omitted.

  In the mounting jig 1 of FIG. 5, a pinion gear 21 extending in the front-rear direction is rotatably provided at the other end portion 5N of the base 5. A pair of rack gears 22 with which the pinion gear 21 meshes are provided up and down around the other end portion 4N of the base portion 4. By rotating the rotating shaft 23 of the pinion gear 21 in one direction with a screwdriver or the like, the other end 5N of the base 5 moves in a direction close to the other end 4N of the base 4 (downward in FIG. 5). Further, by rotating the rotation shaft 23 of the pinion gear 21 in the other direction, the other end portion 5N of the pedestal 5 moves in a direction away from the other end portion 4N of the base portion 4 (upward direction in FIG. 5). It is possible. When the angle adjustment of the upper surface 5a of the pedestal 5 is completed by moving the other end portion 5N of the pedestal 5, the pedestal 5 can be fixed to the base portion 4 by a stopper (not shown). Even if the mounting jig 1 is configured in this manner, the same effects as described above can be obtained.

  FIG. 6 shows still another embodiment of the vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig of the present invention in the state of a vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus assembly. The mounting jig 1 is configured such that the angle of the upper surface 5a of the base 5 with respect to the rotating shaft 3x of the wheel 3 can be adjusted as follows. The same components as those in the above embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and detailed description thereof is omitted.

  The mounting jig 1 shown in FIG. 6 includes a fulcrum shaft 31 that serves as a fulcrum for supporting the pedestal 5 between the base portion 4 and the pedestal 5. Concave portions 32 and 33 each having an arcuate cross section extending from the front end to the rear end are formed in the central portion of the upper surface 4b of the base portion 4 and the central portion of the lower surface 5b of the base 5, respectively. As shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, holding members 34 and 35 for holding the fulcrum shaft 31 are disposed in the concave portions 32 and 33. Each holding member 34, 35 has an outer surface 34 a, 35 a with an arc cross section that contacts the curved surfaces 32 a, 33 a of the concave portions 32, 33, and an inner surface 34 b, 35 b with an arc cross section that contacts the fulcrum shaft 31. .

  The front side portion 34X (the left side portion in FIG. 7) of the holding member 34 protrudes upward from the main body 34Y so as to contact the lower surface 5b of the base 5. The rear side portion 35X (right side portion in FIG. 7) of the holding member 35 protrudes downward from the main body 35Y so as to contact the upper surface 4b of the base portion 4. The holding members 34 and 35 are slidably disposed in the concave portions 32 and 33 only in the circumferential direction of the fulcrum shaft 31.

  One end portion 4M of the base portion 4 and one end portion 5M of the pedestal 5 and the other end portion 4N of the base portion 4 and the other end portion 5N of the pedestal 5 are connected by one screw 36, 37, respectively. As with the screws 7 and 8 shown in FIG. 1, the screws 36 and 37 are inserted into a female screw hole 38 a of a ball body 38 that is rotatably embedded in the pedestal 5, and a tip portion y thereof is rotatably embedded in the base portion 4. The ball body 39 is rotatably held in the holding hole 39a.

  By rotating the screw 36 in one direction and the screw 37 in the other direction, the one end portion 5M of the pedestal 5 is separated from the one end portion 4M of the base portion 4 while the pedestal 5 is supported by the fulcrum shaft 31 ( The other end 5N of the pedestal 5 can move in the direction approaching the other end 4N of the base portion 4 (downward in FIG. 6), and the screw 36 can be moved in the other direction. One end portion of the pedestal 5 in a direction in which the other end portion 5N of the pedestal 5 is separated from the other end portion 4N of the base portion 4 while the pedestal 5 is supported by the fulcrum shaft 31 by rotating the 37 in one direction. 5M is movable in a direction approaching one end portion 4M of the base portion 4. By moving the pedestal 5 in the approaching / separating direction, the angle of the upper surface (device mounting surface) 5a of the pedestal 5 supported by the fulcrum shaft 31 can be adjusted. Even with the mounting jig 1 having such a configuration, the same effects as described above can be obtained.

  FIGS. 8-10 shows other embodiment of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig | tool of this invention. This mounting jig 1 is used when the wheel 3 to be mounted is designated in advance, and is composed only of a pedestal 40 having a trapezoidal shape made of a front view made of a material such as hard resin or metal. . A lower surface 41 of the pedestal 40 is formed on a rim mounting surface that is mounted on the well portion a of the rim 3A, and an upper surface 42 is a device mounting surface on which the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 is mounted.

  The lower surface 41 of the pedestal 40 is formed in a curved surface having a predetermined curvature along the inclined outer peripheral surface of the well portion a of the rim 3A. The upper surface 42 of the pedestal 40 is formed in a planar shape parallel to the rotation axis 3x of the wheel 3 when the pedestal 40 is fixed to the well portion a of the rim 3A of the designated wheel 3 with an adhesive or the like. Yes. In FIG. 10, the upper surface 42 of the pedestal 40 and the rotation axis 3 x of the wheel 3 are parallel to each other in a cross section of the wheel meridian cut along a plane passing through the rotation axis 3 x of the wheel 3. By fixing the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 to the attachment jig 1 with an adhesive or the like or attaching the vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly A detachably as described above to the well portion a of the rim 3A. However, the influence of the inclination of the well portion A of the rim 3A can be eliminated. Moreover, since the structure is simple, it can be manufactured at low cost.

  As described above, the mounting jig 1 of the present invention can be suitably used as a jig for mounting the vehicle information detection and transmission device 2 including an acceleration sensor as a sensor to the rim 3A. Any vehicle information detection / transmission device 2 that needs to be excluded can be used as long as it is attached to an inclined portion of the rim 3A. For example, the vehicle information detection / transmission device using an angular velocity sensor or a magnetic sensor as a sensor may be attached to the well portion a of the rim 3A.

  Further, the vehicle information detection / transmission device 2 referred to in the present invention may be any device as long as it can detect information related to the vehicle including the tire by a sensor and transmit it.

It is front sectional drawing which shows one Embodiment of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig | tool of this invention in the state of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus assembly attached to the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus. It is sectional drawing shown in the state which attached the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus assembly of FIG. 1 to the well part of the rim | limb. It is sectional drawing which shows the preferable example which attaches a vehicle information detection transmission apparatus to an attachment jig. (A) is a bottom view of the vehicle information detection and transmission device of FIG. 3, (b) is a plan view of the base of the mounting jig of FIG. It is front sectional drawing which shows other embodiment of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig | tool of this invention in the state of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus assembly attached to the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus. It is front sectional drawing which shows other embodiment of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig | tool of this invention in the state of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus assembly attached to the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus. It is a side view of a holding member. It is a front view which shows other embodiment of the vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig | tool of this invention. It is the perspective view which looked at the vehicle information detection transmission device attachment jig of FIG. 8 from the lower side. It is sectional drawing shown in the state which attached the vehicle information detection transmission device attachment jig | tool of FIG. 8 attached to the vehicle information detection transmission device to the rim.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Vehicle information detection transmission apparatus attachment jig 2 Vehicle information detection transmission apparatus 3 Wheel 3A Rim 3x Rotating shaft 4 Base part 4M One end part 4N Other end part 5 Base 5a Upper surface (apparatus attachment surface)
5M One end portion 5N Other end portion 6 Hinge 7, 8 Screw 21 Pinion gear 22 Rack gear 31 Support point shaft 36, 37 Screw 40 Base 41 Lower surface (rim mounting surface)
42 Upper surface (device mounting surface)
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  1.   A vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection and transmission device that wirelessly transmits vehicle information detected by a sensor to a rim of a wheel, a base portion fixed to the rim, and a base portion of the base portion A vehicle information detecting / transmitting device mounted on the upper side and configured to adjust an angle of a device mounting surface of the pedestal with respect to a rotation axis of the wheel. jig.
  2.   One end portion of the base portion and one end portion of the pedestal are connected by a hinge, and the other end portion of the pedestal is configured to be movable toward and away from the other end portion of the base portion. The vehicle information detection transmission device attachment according to claim 1, wherein the angle of the device attachment surface of the pedestal can be adjusted by moving the other end portion in a direction approaching or separating from the other end portion of the base portion. jig.
  3.   The other end of the base and the other end of the pedestal are connected with a screw, and the other end of the pedestal is moved closer to and away from the other end of the base by rotating the screw. The vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig according to claim 2, wherein the jig is moved.
  4.   A pinion gear is rotatably provided at the other end of the pedestal, and a rack gear that meshes with the pinion gear is erected at the other end of the base, and the other end of the pedestal is connected to the base by the rotation of the pinion gear. The vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig according to claim 2, wherein the vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig is configured to move in a direction approaching and separating from the other end of the unit.
  5.   A fulcrum shaft serving as a fulcrum supporting the pedestal is disposed between the base portion and the pedestal, and one end portion of the base portion, one end portion of the pedestal, the other end portion of the base portion, and the other end portion of the pedestal. Are connected to each other with screws and rotated so that one end of the pedestal is close to one end of the base and the other end of the pedestal is close to the other end of the base. The vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig according to claim 1, wherein the jig is moved in a separating direction so that the angle of the device mounting surface of the pedestal supported by the fulcrum shaft can be adjusted.
  6.   A vehicle information detection / transmission device mounting jig for mounting a vehicle information detection / transmission device for wirelessly transmitting vehicle information detected by a sensor to a wheel rim, wherein the vehicle has the rim mounting surface attached to the rim as a lower surface. Vehicle information detection having a device mounting surface on which an information detection transmitting device is mounted on the upper surface, the rim mounting surface formed in a shape along the curved surface of the rim, and the device mounting surface formed parallel to the rotation axis of the wheel Transmitter mounting jig.
  7.   The vehicle information detection / transmission apparatus mounting jig according to claim 1, wherein the sensor includes an acceleration sensor.
  8.   A vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly, wherein the vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig according to claim 1 is attached to the vehicle information detection and transmission device.
  9.   The vehicle information detection and transmission device assembly according to claim 8, wherein the vehicle information detection and transmission device mounting jig is detachably attached to the vehicle information detection and transmission device.
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