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JP2009283458A
JP2009283458A JP2009103790A JP2009103790A JP2009283458A JP 2009283458 A JP2009283458 A JP 2009283458A JP 2009103790 A JP2009103790 A JP 2009103790A JP 2009103790 A JP2009103790 A JP 2009103790A JP 2009283458 A JP2009283458 A JP 2009283458A
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Hironari Seshimo
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To achieve reliable electric connection and improvement of mechanical strength at a low cost in crimp connection between a wire and a connecting terminal using a common tool without special configuration for a connecting terminal. <P>SOLUTION: The connecting terminal 10 includes, for example, a connecting portion 11, a crimp barrel portion 12, and a holding barrel portion 13, and an aluminum electric wire 20 has a structure in which a core wire 21 is covered with a coating 22. The aluminum electric wire 20 is crimped and held on the connecting terminal 10 at the holding barrel portion 13 with the coating 22, and crimped by a crimped portion 23 at the crimp barrel portion 12 to conduct electricity. The crimped portion 23 has a configuration in which an end portion of the core wire 21 is folded one time, for example, wherein a radius R2 of the core wire on the end side is larger than a radius R1 of the core wire on a base end side. Thus, the core wire 21 is reliably and strictly crimped by the crimp barrel portion 12 using common tool without special terminal configuration, which achieves crimp connection at a low cost. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2010,JPO&amp;INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a crimp connection structure between an electric wire having a core wire made of a conductive material and a connection terminal that is crimp-connected to the electric wire.
  As a crimping connection structure between an electric wire and a connection terminal that is crimp-connected to the electric wire, for example, the following is known. That is, in the structure disclosed in Patent Document 1 below, a connection terminal provided with an aluminum wire conduction crimp barrel and an aluminum wire holding crimp barrel is connected to an aluminum wire in addition to an insulation barrel for crimping an aluminum wire covering portion. It is a structure to do.
  A crimp barrel for holding an aluminum electric wire (aluminum wire) is formed at a position adjacent to the insulation barrel, and the connection terminal has a crimp barrel for conducting an aluminum wire on the opposite side of the insulation barrel with respect to the crimp barrel for holding the aluminum wire. Is formed. In the state where both the crimping barrels are crimped to the aluminum wire, the crimping barrel for conducting the aluminum wire is crimped to the aluminum wire at a height lower than the crimping barrel for holding the aluminum wire as viewed in the terminal crimping direction.
  In addition, the structure disclosed in Patent Document 2 below has a holding projection protruding from the wire connection portion of the connection terminal, and presses the aluminum wire into the holding projection to pierce the holding projection into the core wire of the aluminum wire. . And it is supposed that the holding | maintenance protrusion and a core wire will be integrated by welding and connected by fuse | melting the front-end | tip part of the holding | maintenance protrusion protruded from the core wire by the micro arc etc.
JP-A-2005-50736 JP 2004-253198 A
  However, in the structure disclosed in Patent Document 1, a portion having two roles of conduction between an aluminum electric wire and a connection terminal, generally called a wire barrel, and core wire holding of the aluminum electric wire is used as a crimp barrel for aluminum electric wire conduction. It is divided into a crimp barrel for holding aluminum wires and a structure in which these roles are dispersed. For this reason, the wire crimping part has a two-stage configuration, and a special jig (for example, a jig for compressing both crimping barrels at different heights) is required for crimping or the connection terminal structure is complicated. Thus, there is a problem that the cost for connection becomes high.
  Further, in the structure disclosed in Patent Document 2, since the holding projection is formed on the wire connecting portion of the connection terminal and the aluminum wire is press-fitted, the holding projection and the core wire must be welded. There is a problem that a special shape or welding work is required, which similarly increases the cost for connection.
  The present invention has been made in view of such problems, and can be crimped using a general jig without requiring a special connection terminal shape, and has reliable electrical connectivity and mechanical strength. An object of the present invention is to provide a crimping connection structure capable of crimping and connecting an electric wire and a connection terminal while achieving an improvement in the cost.
  The crimp connection structure according to the present invention is a crimp connection structure of an electric wire having a core wire made of a conductive material and a connection terminal to be crimp-connected to the electric wire, and at least the core wire is crimped to the connection terminal. Among the crimped parts of the core wire to be crimped by the crimping barrel part, one part is larger than the other part having a different axial position of the core wire. It is formed in a diameter.
  In the crimp connection structure according to the present invention, it is preferable that the proximal end side of the portion to be crimped is formed to be equal to the core wire diameter from the large diameter portion.
  The part to be bonded may be configured, for example, such that the one part folds the core wire at least once.
  Moreover, the said to-be-crimped part may be comprised, for example, when the said 1 part forms the plating part in the said core wire.
  Furthermore, the said to-be-crimped part may be comprised, for example, by crushing the front-end | tip part of the said core wire in the core wire direction by the said one part.
  Moreover, the said to-be-compressed part may be formed by crimping | bonding the another member which the said one part consists of an electrically conductive material with the said core wire, for example.
  The conductive material of the separate member is made of, for example, a conductive material constituting the core wire or a conductive material constituting the connection terminal.
  The conductive material constituting the core wire is, for example, aluminum.
  According to the present invention, a special connection terminal shape is not required and crimping can be performed using a general jig, and connection with an electric wire is achieved while achieving reliable electrical connection and improvement in mechanical strength at low cost. A crimp connection structure that can be crimp-connected to a terminal can be provided.
It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the example of the crimping connection structure which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the crimping state by the example of the same crimping connection structure. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the other example of the crimping | compression-bonding connection structure which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the further another example of the crimping connection structure which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the example of the crimping | compression-bonding connection structure which concerns on other embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing for demonstrating the other example of the crimping connection structure which concerns on other embodiment of this invention.
  Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of a crimp connection structure according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
  FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram for explaining an example of a crimp connection structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is an explanatory diagram for explaining a crimping state according to an example of the crimping connection structure.
  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the crimp connection structure according to the present embodiment is such that the core wire 21 is made of, for example, an aluminum conductor (conductive material), and the core wire 21 is covered with a coating 22 made of an insulating material. This is a crimp connection structure of an electric wire (hereinafter referred to as “aluminum electric wire”) 20 and a connection terminal 10 that is crimp-connected to the aluminum electric wire 20.
  The connection terminal 10 has, for example, a crimp barrel portion 12 to which a core wire 21 of at least the aluminum electric wire 20 is crimped by punching / bending a metal (iron, copper, copper alloy, etc.) base material. Here, the connection part 11 fitted and connected to the connection partner connection terminal (not shown) at the distal end side, the crimping barrel part 12 closer to the proximal end side than the connection part 11, and the aluminum further to the proximal end side A holding barrel portion 13 is provided that holds the electric wire 20 together with the covering 22 and holds it by pressure bonding.
  The locking piece 14 and the locking hole 15 formed in the connection part 11 of the connection terminal 10 are, for example, a recess formed in a terminal receiving hole of a connector (not shown) into which the connection terminal 10 is inserted, It is used for positioning and attaching and fixing the connection terminal 10 in the terminal accommodating hole by engaging with the convex portion.
  The core wire 21 on the distal end side of the aluminum electric wire 20 to be crimped by the crimping barrel portion 12 of the connection terminal 10 is a portion to be crimped to the crimping barrel portion 12 (hereinafter referred to as “bonded portion”) 23. Of these, one portion is formed with a larger diameter than the portion where the position of the core wire 21 in the axial direction is different. Specifically, the core wire 21 has different core wire diameters R1 and R2 on the proximal end side and the distal end side of the crimped portion 23, for example (for example, the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21 in the other part of the aluminum electric wire 20). Is formed). Here, for example, the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21 in the covering 22 of the aluminum electric wire 20 and the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side of the crimped portion 23 are the same, but the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side is increased (ie, The tip end side of the crimped portion 23 is formed so as to have a larger diameter than the base end side.
  In addition, in order to ensure the electrical connectivity by destroying the surface layer of the core wire 21 of the aluminum electric wire 20 crimped by the crimping barrel portion 12, the following configuration may be employed. That is, for example, the core wire diameter on the distal end side and the core wire diameter on the proximal end side of the bonded portion 23 are formed to be equal to the core wire diameter R, and the diameter of one portion between the distal end side and the proximal end side is defined as the core wire diameter. You may form larger diameter than R. In this case, as will be described later, a plated portion 31 (see FIG. 3) may be formed in a portion having a large diameter, or another member 26a (see FIG. 5) may be disposed. Thereby, in the crimping barrel part 12, the to-be-crimped part 23 of the core wire 21 is divided into a range F2 with a high core dose (contact amount) and a range F1 with a low core dose.
  For this reason, since more core wires 21 are crimped in the range F2, the surface layer of the core wire 21 is destroyed and securely connected, and in the range F1, the core wires 21 are crimped weaker than the range F2. The mechanical strength can be improved without reducing the diameter R1 so much.
  In FIG. 1, in order to make the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side of the crimped portion 23 larger than the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side or the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21, for example, the distal end of the core wire 21 is folded back once and described above. Such a to-be-bonded part 23 is comprised. In addition, in order to make core wire diameter R2 of the front end side of the to-be-compressed part 23 larger than other parts, you may make it comprise the to-be-compressed part 23 so that the front-end | tip of the core wire 21 may be folded back several times. In this way, compared with the case where the core wire 21 is directly crimped at the crimping barrel portion 12, as shown in FIG. 2A, the contact amount between the crimping barrel portion 12 and the portion to be crimped 23 (the core wire 21 The amount of electric wire) can be increased in the range F2 on the tip side.
  For this reason, for example, when a crimping barrel portion 12 is crushed in a state similar to the crimping with the aluminum electric wire 20 in the holding barrel portion 13 using a general crimping jig (that is, viewed from the side). 2 (b), the to-be-bonded portion 23 on the distal end side is strongly crimped on the crimp barrel portion 12, and the distal end side range F2 is maintained. Can sufficiently destroy the surface layer of the core wire 21 to achieve electrical continuity with the aluminum electric wire 20. At the same time, as shown in FIG. 2 (c), the crimping portion 23 on the proximal end side is weakly crimped, so that the core wire diameter R1 can be crimped in the range F1 on the proximal end side without being too small. It becomes possible to hold the core wire 21 firmly without reducing the mechanical strength.
  Thus, in the crimping connection structure of this embodiment, since the shape of the connection terminal 10 is general, a special connection terminal shape is unnecessary, and a jig for crushing the crimping barrel portion 12 and the holding barrel portion 13 is also available. Since it can crimp using a general thing, it becomes possible to crimp-connect the aluminum electric wire 20 and the connecting terminal 10 at low cost. In addition, since the core wire diameters R1 and R2 of the crimped portion 23 of the core wire 21 to be crimped in the crimp barrel portion 12 are different from each other, reliable electrical connectivity and mechanical strength can be improved at low cost. can do.
  FIG. 3 is an explanatory diagram for explaining another example of the crimp connection structure according to the embodiment of the present invention. In the following description, portions that overlap with the portions already described may be denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof may be omitted, and portions not particularly related to the present invention may not be specified.
  As shown in FIG. 3, in this example, the basic structure of the connection terminal 10 and the aluminum wire 20 is the same as that of the above-described example, but the structure of the crimped portion 24 of the aluminum wire 20 is the above-described example. Is different. That is, the crimped portion 24 of the aluminum electric wire 20 here is configured such that a plated portion 31 made of, for example, aluminum solder is formed at the tip of the core wire 21 to have core wire diameters R1 and R2. Since the solder for aluminum is an inexpensive material, the cost can be sufficiently reduced in terms of cost.
  Accordingly, even with this configuration, the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side of the crimped portion 24 can be configured to be larger than the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side or the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21. The distal end side of the crimped portion 24 can be strongly crimped to achieve electrical continuity with the aluminum electric wire 20, and the proximal end side of the crimped portion 24 is weakly crimped to hold the core wire 21 firmly in the crimping barrel portion 12. It becomes possible. For this reason, the aluminum electric wire 20 and the connection terminal 10 can be crimped and connected while achieving reliable electrical connectivity and improved mechanical strength at low cost.
  FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram for explaining still another example of the crimp connection structure according to the embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 4, in this example, the basic structure of the connection terminal 10 and the aluminum electric wire 20 is the same as that of the above-described example, but the structure of the crimped portion 25 of the aluminum electric wire is the same as the above-described example. Is different.
  That is, the crimping | compression-bonding part 25 of the aluminum electric wire 20 here is a core wire by crushing the front-end | tip part of the core wire 21 with the press part 39 of a press machine (not shown) in a core wire direction (arrow direction in a figure), for example. It is comprised so that it may become diameter R1, R2. Even in this case, the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side of the crimped portion 25 can be configured to be larger than the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side or the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21. The distal end side of the wire can be strongly crimped to achieve electrical continuity with the aluminum electric wire 20, and the proximal end side of the crimped portion 25 can be weakly crimped to hold the core wire 21 firmly even in the crimping barrel portion 12. Thus, the aluminum electric wire and the connection terminal 10 can be crimped and connected while achieving reliable electrical connection and improved mechanical strength at low cost. In addition, crushing the front-end | tip part of the core wire 21 is not limited to the press mentioned above.
  FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram for explaining an example of a crimp connection structure according to another embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 5, in this embodiment, the basic structure of the connection terminal 10 and the aluminum wire 20 is the same as that of the above-described embodiment, but the structure of the crimped portion 27 of the aluminum wire 20 is the same as that described above. This is different from the embodiment described above.
  That is, the crimped portion 27 of the aluminum electric wire 20 here has a core wire diameter by arranging another member 26 a made of, for example, a conductive material on the contact side of the connecting terminal 10 on the distal end side of the core wire 21 with the crimp barrel portion 12. R1 and R2 are configured. The separate member 26a is made of, for example, the same material as an aluminum alloy or a conductive material (iron, copper, copper alloy, etc.) constituting the connection terminal 10 like the conductive material constituting the core wire 21. In addition, since surplus materials, cutting waste, cutting waste, or the like in the manufacturing process of the aluminum electric wire 20 or the connection terminal 10 can be used, the cost can be sufficiently reduced.
  Even in such a configuration, the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side of the crimped portion 27 can be configured to be larger than the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side or the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21, and the crimp barrel portion 12 has a distal end side. The crimped portion 27 is strongly crimped to achieve electrical continuity with the aluminum electric wire 20, while the crimped portion 27 on the proximal end side is crimped weakly to hold the core wire 21 firmly in the crimping barrel portion 12. The aluminum electric wire 20 and the connection terminal 10 can be crimped and connected while achieving reliable electrical connectivity and improved mechanical strength at low cost.
  FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram for explaining another example of the crimp connection structure according to another embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 6, in this example, the basic structure of the connection terminal 10 and the aluminum electric wire 20 is the same as that of the above-described example, but the structure of the crimped portion 28 of the aluminum electric wire 20 is the above-described example. Is different.
  In other words, the crimped portion 28 of the aluminum electric wire 20 here is arranged on the outer peripheral surface side of the core wire 21 on the outer peripheral surface side by disposing another member 26b made of a conductive material so as to cover the outer peripheral surface. It is comprised so that it may become. Since this separate member 26b is also made of the same material as that of the separate member 26a described above, the cost can be sufficiently reduced.
  Even in this case, the core wire diameter R2 on the distal end side of the crimped portion 28 can be configured to be larger than the core wire diameter R1 on the proximal end side or the core wire diameter R of the core wire 21. The crimping portion 28 is strongly crimped to achieve electrical continuity with the aluminum electric wire 20, and the crimping portion 28 on the base end side is weakly crimped and the core wire 21 can be firmly held by the crimping barrel portion 12. Thereby, the aluminum electric wire 20 and the connection terminal 10 can be crimped and connected while achieving reliable electrical connectivity and improved mechanical strength at low cost.
  In the above-described embodiment, the aluminum electric wire 20 is described as an example of the electric wire to be crimped and connected to the connection terminal 10. However, the electric wire is not limited to the aluminum electric wire 20. For example, the core wire 21 is iron, copper. Further, it may be composed of another conductive material such as a copper alloy. Moreover, although the solder for aluminum was mentioned as an example as a material which comprises the plating part 31, this may consist of another metal material similarly. Furthermore, a plurality of locations where the core wire diameters R1 and R2 and the large diameter may be formed may be formed in the bonded portion.
  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Connection terminal, 11 ... Connection part, 12 ... Crimp barrel part, 13 ... Holding barrel part, 14 ... Locking piece, 15 ... Locking hole, 20 ... Aluminum electric wire, 21 ... Core wire, 22 ... Cover, 23, 24 , 25, 27, 28 ... pressed parts, 26a, 26b ... separate members.

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  1. It is a crimping connection structure of an electric wire having a core wire made of a conductive material and a connection terminal to be crimped and connected to the electric wire,
    The connection terminal has a crimp barrel part to which at least the core wire is crimped,
    Among the crimped parts of the core wire to be crimped by the crimping barrel part, one part is formed to have a larger diameter than the other part having a different axial position of the core wire. Characteristic crimp connection structure.
  2.   2. The crimp connection structure according to claim 1, wherein the part to be crimped is configured such that the one portion is bent at least once around the core wire.
  3.   The crimp connection structure according to claim 1, wherein the portion to be crimped is configured such that the one portion forms a plated portion on the core wire.
  4.   The crimp connection structure according to claim 1, wherein the portion to be crimped is configured such that the one portion crushes a tip end portion of the core wire in a core wire direction.
  5.   2. The crimp connection structure according to claim 1, wherein the crimped part is formed by crimping another member made of a conductive material together with the core part.
  6.   The crimp connection structure according to claim 5, wherein the conductive material of the separate member is made of a conductive material constituting the core wire or a conductive material constituting the connection terminal.
  7.   The crimp connection structure according to claim 1, wherein the conductive material constituting the core wire is aluminum.
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