JP2008276443A - In-crossing warning device - Google Patents

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JP2008276443A
JP2008276443A JP2007118201A JP2007118201A JP2008276443A JP 2008276443 A JP2008276443 A JP 2008276443A JP 2007118201 A JP2007118201 A JP 2007118201A JP 2007118201 A JP2007118201 A JP 2007118201A JP 2008276443 A JP2008276443 A JP 2008276443A
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徳夫 金森
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide more effective traffic accident prevention effect by allowing rapid and positive recognition of a pedestrian during crossing, and to allow easy installation even to an existing pedestrian crossing. <P>SOLUTION: This in-crossing warning device 1 installed in the vicinity of the pedestrian crossing P has a main body pole A having: a pedestrian detection part 2 using a sensor 2s for detecting a pedestrian H waiting for the crossing of the pedestrian crossing P and/or a switch 2c capable of being operated by the pedestrian H waiting for the crossing; a first light emission part 3 for projecting light onto the pedestrian H during the crossing of the pedestrian crossing P from a horizontal direction Fh; a second light emission part 4 for performing projection for warning that the pedestrian H is during the crossing onto a vehicle M during travel on a runway S just before the pedestrian crossing P; and a lighting control part 5 for lighting-controlling the first light emission part 3 and the second light emission part 4 based on the detection of the pedestrian detection part 2. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2009,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a warning device during crossing installed near a pedestrian crossing.
  In general, when driving a car at night, the headlights often run downward, which makes it difficult for the driver to notice pedestrians, especially pedestrians crossing the road. How quickly and surely can recognize the pedestrian is the decisive factor to prevent traffic accidents.
For this reason, a lighting device for a pedestrian crossing that has been installed in the vicinity of a pedestrian crossing so that the pedestrian crossing can be illuminated brightly has been proposed. For example, Patent Document 1 discloses illumination that illuminates a pedestrian crossing. A lighting device for a pedestrian crossing that lights when a light is crossed, a line sensor that detects a linear area on the pedestrian crossing entrance part of the sidewalk, and a surface shape on the pedestrian crossing entrance part of the pedestrian crossing and the sidewalk And a controller that turns on the illuminating lamp with the output of the line sensor, keeps the lighting with the output of the surface sensor, and turns off the illuminating lamp after the surface sensor stops outputting In addition, Patent Document 2 discloses a solar cell, another battery, a day / night discrimination circuit for discriminating day and night, a human sensor for detecting a pedestrian, and a vehicle for detecting a vehicle. Sensor and receiver capable of receiving wireless signals A circuit, a control circuit that outputs a command signal, an illumination lighting circuit, an illuminating lamp that illuminates a pedestrian crossing, a warning flashing circuit, a flashing warning light emitter, a voice utterance means that outputs sound, and a radio signal A pedestrian crossing lighting device including a transmission circuit for transmitting is disclosed.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 9-219107 JP-A-10-283807
  However, the above-described lighting device for a pedestrian crossing has the following problems to be solved.
  First, both lighting devices aim to illuminate the pedestrian crossing itself. That is, it is a lighting device mainly considering pedestrians (crossers), and is not necessarily a sufficient lighting device from the viewpoint of preventing traffic accidents with respect to automobiles (vehicles). In particular, since a pedestrian is illuminated from above, it is difficult to quickly and reliably recognize the presence of the pedestrian when viewed from the viewpoint of an automobile.
  Secondly, Patent Document 2 proposes a warning for a vehicle by light emission from the viewpoint of preventing traffic accidents, but this type of lighting device is located outside the roadway and moreover than a pedestrian. Since the light is emitted at the upper position (flashing light emission), it is impossible to effectively alert (warn) the automobile.
  The object of the present invention is to provide a crossing warning device that solves such problems in the background art.
  In order to solve the above-described problem, the present invention provides a sensor 2s for detecting a pedestrian H waiting to cross the pedestrian crossing P and / or waiting for crossing when configuring the warning device 1 during crossing installed in the vicinity of the pedestrian crossing P. A pedestrian detection unit 2 using a switch 2c that can be operated by the pedestrian H, a first light emitting unit 3 that projects light from the horizontal direction Fh to the pedestrian H crossing the pedestrian crossing P, and a pedestrian crossing P Based on the detection of the pedestrian detection unit 2, the first light emission unit 3 and the second light emission unit 4 that perform light projection for warning that the vehicle M traveling on the front roadway S is crossing. The main body pillar A which has the lighting control part 5 which performs lighting control of the light emission part 4 is provided, It is characterized by the above-mentioned.
  In this case, according to a preferred aspect of the invention, one or more white light emitting diodes can be used for the first light emitting unit 3, and one or two or more white other than the white light emitting diode can be used for the second light emitting unit 4. Light emitting diodes can be used. In addition, the lighting control unit 5 is provided with a control function for causing the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 to blink, and to reverse or synchronize the blinking of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4. be able to. Furthermore, the main body pillars A are installed at least on both sides of the crossing direction Fc of the pedestrian crossing P, and by incorporating the transmission / reception circuit sections 6, the operations of the main body pillars A can be linked.
  The crossing warning device 1 according to the present invention having such a configuration has the following remarkable effects.
  (1) Since the first light emitting unit 3 projects light from the horizontal direction Fh to the pedestrian H crossing the pedestrian crossing P, the vehicle M is similar to the state in which the headlight is directed upward. As a result, the pedestrian H who is crossing can be recognized more quickly and reliably, and a more effective traffic accident prevention effect can be obtained.
  (2) Since the simple-shaped main body pillar A may be erected on the ground, the existing pedestrian crossing P can be easily installed without any special improvement work.
  (3) According to a preferred embodiment, if one or more white light emitting diodes are used for the first light emitting unit 3, it can also be used as a lighting device for a pedestrian crossing that illuminates the pedestrian crossing P itself. By eliminating the illumination device or reducing the brightness of the illumination device, it is possible to contribute to energy saving improvement.
  (4) According to a preferred embodiment, if one or two or more light emitting diodes other than white, for example, yellow or red light emitting diodes are used for the second light emitting unit 4, the vehicle M that is traveling more clearly. You can call attention.
  (5) According to a preferred embodiment, the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 are blinked, and the lighting has a control function to reverse or synchronize blinking of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 with each other. If the control part 5 is provided, the 1st light emission part 3 and the 2nd light emission part 4 will call attention with higher effectiveness with respect to the vehicle M during driving | running | working by the blinking action (synergistic effect) with integral. It can be carried out.
  (6) According to a preferred embodiment, the main body pillars A are installed at least on both sides of the crossing direction Fc of the pedestrian crossing P, and the transmission / reception circuit sections 6 are built in so that the operations of the main body pillars A are interlocked. By doing so, highly uniform light projection can be performed and a wide light projection area can be secured, so that the vehicle M that is traveling can be more clearly and surely alerted.
  Next, the best embodiment according to the present invention will be given and described in detail with reference to the drawings.
  First, the configuration of the crossing warning device 1 according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS.
  The crossing warning device 1 includes a main body pillar A shown in FIG. The main body column A includes a prismatic main column portion 11 having a square cross section and a column head portion 12 provided at the upper end of the main column portion 11. As shown in FIG. 5, the main pillar portion 11 is configured to be hollow inside, and the lower portion 11 y can be embedded in the ground E as shown in FIG. 2. Then, the length (height) of the upper portion 11x standing upward from the ground E is not so high, and is preferably selected to be lower than the height of the child. Therefore, the overall length of the main pillar portion 11 can be selected with about 70 to 100 [cm] as a guide. Further, the column head 12 is formed in a flat square plate shape having a certain thickness and is formed so as to be wider than the main column 11.
  Both the main column portion 11 and the column head portion 12 are desirably formed using the recycled material r. The illustrated recycled material r is a waste wood powder obtained by pulverizing waste wood powder to obtain waste wood powder. For example, 0.5 to 2 waste plastic powder is added to 1 part by weight of waste wood powder. .5 parts by weight selected and blended with one or more additives (compatibilizer, lubricant, heat stabilizer, pigment, etc.) and molded by an extrusion molding machine or injection molding machine It is. In this case, the main column portion 11 and the column head portion 12 may be integrally formed or may be configured by combining formed plate materials. Such a recycled material r can express the wood texture and the warmth of wood like natural wood. In addition, it can be easily cut and nail-injected to obtain good moldability and processability. In addition, it has advantages such as excellent waterproofness (weather resistance) and resistance to corrosion. In addition, although the recycled material r was illustrated as a raw material to form, as a raw material, it is not limited to such a recycled material r. For example, when the mechanical strength is emphasized, it can be formed of a metal material (steel or the like), and can function as a protector (guard) that protects the pedestrian (crossing person) H from the vehicle M.
  The main column part 11 has four side surfaces 11a, 11b, 11c, and 11d. On the side surface 11a facing the roadway S, a first light emitting unit 3 that projects light from a horizontal direction (lateral direction) Fh to a pedestrian H crossing the pedestrian crossing P is disposed near the upper portion. The first light emitting unit 3 is configured by using a plurality of white light emitting diodes (light emitting diode group). For example, as shown in FIG. 5, the first light emitting unit 3 can be installed on a top surface of a mounting plate 21 that is horizontally mounted inside the main column portion 11 via a predetermined support portion 22. The support portion 22 can adjust the light projection angle in the horizontal direction and the light projection angle in the vertical direction of the first light emitting unit 3. Further, an adjustment ring 23 is provided at the tip of the first light emitting unit 3, and the lens position can be adjusted by the adjustment ring 23. Thereby, the directivity of the irradiation light Lh (FIG. 2) projected outside from the 1st light emission part 3 can be adjusted. The irradiation light Lh from the first light emitting unit 3 is projected outside through a transparent cover 24 attached to a circular window formed on the side surface 11a.
  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 4, on one side surface 11b adjacent to the side surface 11a, a light is emitted for warning that the vehicle M traveling on the roadway S before the crosswalk P is crossing. Two light emitting portions 4 are arranged. That is, the 2nd light emission part 4 is arrange | positioned in the side surface 11b which opposes in the direction where the vehicle M approaches in the roadway S by the side which installs the main body pillar A. As shown in FIG. The 2nd light emission part 4 is comprised using the some light emitting diode (light emitting diode group) which has yellow and red other than white, for example. In addition, the whole structure can be comprised similarly to the 1st light emission part 3 mentioned above.
  Furthermore, as shown in FIG.1 and FIG.5, the sensor 2s which detects the pedestrian H is arrange | positioned on the other side surface 11c adjacent to the side surface 11a. An infrared sensor that detects a human body can be used as the sensor 2s. Reference numeral 25 denotes a bowl-shaped protective cover disposed above the sensor 2s, and avoids a problem that the sensor 2s does not function due to adhesion of snow or the like. Moreover, as shown in FIG. 5, the switch 2c which can be operated by the pedestrian H is provided. For the switch 2c, a push button that can be easily operated manually is used, and is disposed on the side surface of the column head 12 that is the same side as the side surface 11d located on the opposite side of the side surface 11a. The sensor 2s and the switch 2c constitute a pedestrian detection unit 2 that detects a pedestrian H waiting to cross the pedestrian crossing P. Both the sensor 2s and the switch 2c may be used, or only one of them may be used.
  On the other hand, a control box 26 shown in FIG. The control box 26 incorporates a control unit 27 shown in FIG. The control unit 27 includes a lighting control unit 5 using a microcomputer that controls lighting of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 based on the detection of the pedestrian detection unit 2, and is connected to the lighting control unit 5. A transmission / reception circuit unit 6 and a charge / discharge circuit unit 31, and a battery 32 connected to the charge / discharge circuit unit 31. The transmission / reception circuit section 6 has a transmission / reception function for interlocking the operations of the main body pillars A when two or more main body pillars A are installed. In addition, 6a shows the antenna of the transmission / reception circuit unit 6, and this antenna 6a can be disposed on the lower surface 12s of the column head 12 as shown in FIG.
  Further, a solar panel (solar cell) 41 is connected to the charge / discharge circuit unit 31. As shown in FIG. 1, the solar panel 41 can be attached to a post 51p of a pedestrian crossing sign 51 installed in the vicinity of the main body pillar A. Further, a timer setting unit 33 is attached to the lighting control unit 5. The timer setting unit 33 can arbitrarily set the blink intervals Ta and Tb (see FIG. 7), the operation time, and the like of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 according to the length and form of the pedestrian crossing P. The sensor 2 s and the switch 2 c described above are connected to the input port of the lighting control unit 5, and the light emitting diode group of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 are connected to the output port of the lighting control unit 5. Connect light emitting diodes.
  Next, an installation method, a usage method, and an operation of the crossing warning device 1 according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS.
  First, the installation method of the crossing warning device 1 will be described. The crossing warning device 1 is installed on a pedestrian crossing P provided on a roadway S as shown in FIG. Therefore, normally, two main body pillars A are prepared, and the lower portions 11y of the main body pillars A are embedded in the ground E as shown in FIG. As a result, the upper portions 11x of the main body pillars A upstand upward from the ground E. As described above, the length (height) of the upper portions 11x is set to be lower than the height of the child. Further, as shown in FIG. 1, the positions where the main body pillars A are installed are installed on both sides of the pedestrian crossing P, preferably the pedestrian (pedestrian) H tries to cross the pedestrian crossing P. Installed at the right position of the pedestrian H when stopped before P. In the crossing warning device 1 according to the present embodiment, since a simple-shaped main body pillar A may be erected on the ground E, the existing pedestrian crossing P can be easily made without any special improvement work. Can be installed.
  On the other hand, since the pedestrian crossing sign 51 shown in FIG. 1 is usually installed in the vicinity of the pedestrian crossing P, the solar panel 41 is attached to the post 51p of the pedestrian crossing sign 51, and the solar panel 41 and the main body pillar. A is electrically connected using a cable 45. And if installation of the warning device 1 during a crossing is completed, the light projection angle in the horizontal direction of irradiation light Lh and Lm projected outside from the 1st light emission part 3 and the 2nd light emission part 4 by the support part 22 ... and The projection angle in the vertical direction is adjusted, and the directivity of the irradiation lights Lh and Lm is adjusted by turning the adjustment ring 23. FIG. 3 shows the irradiation lights Lh and Lm. By performing such adjustment (setting), the trouble that the crossing person H is dazzled can be avoided, and more effective irradiation can be performed.
  In FIG. 1, 52 indicates a lighting device (light) for a pedestrian crossing. The lighting device 52 illuminates the pedestrian crossing P from above for a pedestrian (crossing person) H. Illustratively, the warning device 1 during crossing and the lighting device 52 for crosswalks according to the present embodiment are installed together. However, since the warning device 1 during crossing uses a white light emitting diode for the first light emitting unit 3, It is also possible to use the lighting device 52 that illuminates the sidewalk P itself. Therefore, energy savings can be improved by eliminating such a separate illumination device 52 or reducing the brightness thereof.
  Next, the usage method and operation | movement of the warning device 1 during a crossing are demonstrated. Now, it is assumed that a pedestrian (crossing person) H tries to cross the pedestrian crossing P and stops before the pedestrian crossing P. Thereby, the pedestrian H is detected by the sensor 2s, and the detection signal S2 is given to the lighting control unit 5. Moreover, when not detected by the sensor 2s, the pedestrian H can also manually operate the switch 2c. The detection signal S2 is also given to the lighting control unit 5 when the switch 2c is manually operated.
  When the detection signal S <b> 2 is given to the lighting control unit 5, the lighting control unit 5 gives an operation signal to the transmission / reception circuit unit 6. Thereby, the transmission / reception circuit unit 6 transmits to the other main body pillar A. Therefore, the same operation is performed in conjunction with the plurality of main body pillars A. By such interlocking, highly uniform light projection can be performed and a wide light projection area can be secured. Therefore, it is possible to alert the moving vehicle M more clearly and reliably. In addition, when the detection signal S <b> 2 is given to the lighting control unit 5, the lighting control unit 5 gives the driving signal S <b> 3 to the first light emitting unit 3 and gives the driving signal S <b> 4 to the second light emitting unit 4. Thereby, the 1st light emission part 3 and the 2nd light emission part 4 perform blink operation | movement.
  FIG. 7A shows the drive signal S3, and FIG. 7B shows the drive signal S4. In this case, the lighting time Ta of the first light emitting unit 3 (drive signal S3) can be set to about 0.5 [second], and the turn-off time Tb can be set to about 0.5 [second]. As the drive signal S4, an inverted drive signal S4a that is inverted with respect to the drive signal S3 or a synchronous drive signal S4b that is synchronized with the drive signal S3 can be selected. Note that any driving signal S4a, S4b is more effective for the traveling vehicle M due to the integral flashing action (synergistic effect) of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4. High alerts can be made.
  On the other hand, the irradiation light Lh is projected by the white light emission from the first light emitting unit 3 as shown in FIGS. In this case, since light is projected from the horizontal direction (lateral direction) Fh to the pedestrian H crossing the pedestrian crossing P, the vehicle M has the same effect as the headlight upward. The pedestrian H during the crossing can be recognized more quickly and reliably, and a more effective traffic accident prevention effect can be obtained. Further, a warning that the irradiation light Lm is crossing the vehicle M traveling on the roadway S before the pedestrian crossing P is performed by the light emission other than white from the second light emitting unit 4. In this case, for example, yellow or red light can be used to alert the moving vehicle M more clearly, and the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 are blinked as described above. In addition, in order to reverse or synchronize the blinking of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 with each other, the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 have an integral blinking action (synergistic effect), It is possible to alert the vehicle M that is traveling more effectively. Note that the battery 32 is charged from the solar panel 41 during the daytime, and power is supplied from the charged battery 32 to the control unit 27 at night.
  Although the best embodiment has been described in detail above, the present invention is not limited to such an embodiment, and departs from the gist of the present invention in the detailed configuration, shape, material, quantity, numerical value, and the like. It can be changed, added, or deleted as long as it is not.
  For example, although the case where the main body pillar A is formed in a prismatic shape having a square cross section as the shape of the main body pillar A has been shown, the form thereof is arbitrary, such as a cylindrical shape having a circular cross section. Moreover, although the solar panel 41 showed the case where it attached to the pedestrian crossing sign 51, you may provide in the upper surface of the umbrella part in the illuminating device 52, the upper surface of the column head 12 of the main body pillar A, etc., and as another power supply A commercial power source (AC power source) that supplies power to the lighting device 52 may be used. Furthermore, although the case where the 2nd light emission part 4 was arrange | positioned only to one side 11b of the main body pillar A was illustrated, you may arrange | position to both the side surfaces 11b and 11c including the other side 11c, Although the main body pillar A has been shown to be installed at one place on one side of the pedestrian crossing P (two places in total), it may be installed at two places on one side of the pedestrian crossing P (four places in total). On the other hand, a brightness sensor is attached, and the main operation (power supply) is turned on / off according to the ambient brightness, or the brightness control of the first light emitting unit 3 and the second light emitting unit 4 is performed. Good.
The perspective view which shows the state which installed the warning device during the crossing which concerns on the best embodiment of this invention with respect to the pedestrian crossing, Action explanatory diagram seen from the horizontal direction of the warning device during the crossing, Action explanatory diagram seen from the vertical direction of the warning device during the crossing, External perspective view of the crossing warning device, A partially broken side view showing the internal structure of the warning device during the crossing, Electrical circuit diagram of the warning device during the crossing, Operation explanatory diagram of the warning device during the crossing,
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  1: crossing warning device, 2: pedestrian detection unit, 2s: sensor, 2c: switch, 3: first light emitting unit, 4: second light emitting unit, 5: lighting control unit, 6 ...: transmission / reception circuit unit, A : Main column, P: Crosswalk, S: Roadway, M: Vehicle, H: Pedestrian, Fh: Horizontal direction, Fc: Crossing direction

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  1.   In a warning device during crossing installed in the vicinity of a pedestrian crossing, a pedestrian detection unit using a sensor that detects a pedestrian waiting to cross the pedestrian crossing and / or a switch that can be operated by a pedestrian waiting for crossing, and a pedestrian crossing A first light-emitting unit that projects light from a horizontal direction to a pedestrian in crossing, and a second light-emitting unit that performs light projection for warning that the vehicle traveling on the roadway in front of the crosswalk is crossing A crossing warning device comprising a main body column having a lighting control unit that controls lighting of the first light emitting unit and the second light emitting unit based on detection by the pedestrian detecting unit.
  2.   The crossing warning device according to claim 1, wherein one or more white light emitting diodes are used for the first light emitting unit.
  3.   The crossing warning device according to claim 1, wherein one or two or more light emitting diodes other than white are used for the second light emitting unit.
  4.   The lighting control unit has a control function of blinking the first light emitting unit and the second light emitting unit, and reversing or synchronizing blinking of the first light emitting unit and the second light emitting unit. The crossing warning device according to claim 1.
  5.   2. The crossing warning device according to claim 1, wherein the main body pillars are installed at least on both sides in the crossing direction of the pedestrian crossing, and the operation of each main body pillar is interlocked by incorporating a transmission / reception circuit unit.
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