JP2010068017A - Cover for potable communication device - Google Patents

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JP2010068017A
JP2010068017A JP2008229651A JP2008229651A JP2010068017A JP 2010068017 A JP2010068017 A JP 2010068017A JP 2008229651 A JP2008229651 A JP 2008229651A JP 2008229651 A JP2008229651 A JP 2008229651A JP 2010068017 A JP2010068017 A JP 2010068017A
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Atsushi Wakabayashi
敦 若林
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Abstract

Conventionally, when a portable communication device is used outdoors, a rainproof cover and a sunshade cover are prepared. However, since the rainproof cover and the sunshade cover have different functions, it has to be replaced depending on the weather conditions at the place where the portable communication device is installed, which is troublesome in operation.
SOLUTION: By integrating the materials and functions of rainproof cover and sunshade cover, using waterproof fasteners and hook-and-loop fasteners, and by changing the shape, the rainproof function and the sunshade function can be shared, resulting in changes in weather conditions. It eliminates the need for replacement and reduces operational effort.
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  The present invention relates to a rainproof and awning cover structure for use in a portable communication device.

  Conventionally, when a portable communication device is used outdoors, when it is used for communication such as relaying in rainy weather (rainfall), it is possible to cover rainwater by covering the portable communication device with a waterproof cover (rainproof cover). Prevent intrusion. In addition, when used outdoors in midsummer, a sunscreen cover is attached to the device to prevent the internal temperature of the device from becoming high due to direct sunlight, and consideration is given to prevent accidents from occurring during communication work such as relaying.

The structure of a conventional rainproof cover will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 1 is a diagram for explaining the structure of a general rainproof cover of a portable communication device. Reference numeral 101 is a rainproof cover, 102 is a portable communication device, 103 is a rope, 104 is a cushioning material, 105 is an air hole, and 106 is a lid that is opened for use. The buffer material 104 is, for example, urethane foam. 1A is a side view, FIG. 1B is a top view, FIG. 1C is a rear view, and FIG. 1D is a front view.
In FIG. 1, the rainproof cover 101 is opaque but is illustrated as being transparent for explanation. In the portable communication device 102 of FIG. 1, only the portion to which an antenna (not shown) on the front side is attached is not covered with the rainproof cover 101.

In FIG. 1, the rainproof cover 101 has a rainproof cover 101 covered from the upper surface of the portable communication device 102, assuming normal rain as well as heavy rain or wind and rain blowing from below due to a typhoon, and the lower side is a rope. It is set as the structure tied with 103. The rainproof cover 101 is made of a water repellent cloth, and the seam is waterproofed. The portable communication device 102 and the rainproof cover 101 are fixed by attaching a cushioning material 104 to the inside of the rainproof cover 101 and closely contacting the portable communication device 102.
The rainproof cover 101 is made longer than the portable communication device 102 in the vertical direction, and has a structure in which the mouth of the bag-shaped rainproof cover 101 is closed by a rope 103 sewn at the bottom. In addition, air holes 105 are provided below the bottom surface of the portable communication device 102 on the front and back surfaces of the rainproof cover 101, and can be opened and closed with a hook-and-loop fastener.

Next, the structure of a conventional sunshade cover will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 2 is a view for explaining the structure of a general sunshade cover of the portable communication device. In this document, the components having common functions are denoted by the same reference numerals in the following description of each drawing including FIG. 201 is an awning cover, 202 is a resin plate, 203 is a metal fixing bracket, 204 is a fixing rope for fixing the awning cover 201 to the device main body 102, 205 is attached to one side of the side of the awning cover 201, and others A rope for covering the underside of the sunshade cover 201 by tying the ends together, 206 is an opening hole, 207 is a claw portion provided on the front surface and the back surface of the resin plate 202, and 208 is a screw portion. 2A is a side view, FIG. 2B is a top view, FIG. 2C is a rear view, and FIG. 2D is a front view.
In FIG. 2, the awning cover 201 is opaque, but is illustrated as being transparent for the sake of explanation. Further, in the portable communication device 102 of FIG. 2, an antenna (not shown) is attached to the front side.

In FIG. 2, the sunshade cover 201 uses a white canvas that reflects the infrared rays of sunlight on the material in order to block direct sunlight. Further, in order to suppress the temperature rise inside the awning cover 201, a metal fixing bracket 203 is provided on the inner upper surface of the awning cover 201, and the metal fixing bracket 203 and the U-shaped resin plate 202 are fixed by the screw portion 208. By doing so, a space is created in the upper surface and the side surface inside the sunshade cover 201 to ensure air permeability. Further, the front and back surfaces of the portable communication device 102 are further improved in air permeability as a structure without a cover.
Since the fixing rope 204 passes through the opening hole 206 provided in each of the resin plates 202 and the opening hole of the pedestal portion of the portable communication device 102, the fixing rope 204 is connected to the lower side of the portable communication device 102. The sun cover 201 and the metal fixture 203 come into contact with each other, and further, the resin plate 202 fixed to the metal fixture 203 and the portable communication device 102 can be fixed. Further, the claw portions 207 provided on the front surface and the back surface of the resin plate 202 prevent the resin plate 202 and the portable communication device 102 from being shifted back and forth (front side and back side).

  In addition, the said prior art does not concern on literature well-known invention.

The rainproof cover and the sunshade cover of the above-described prior art have different functions. For this reason, it is necessary to use two types of covers depending on the weather. This takes a lot of work.
An object of the present invention is to provide a cover having both rainproof and sunshade functions, so that it is not necessary to replace the cover even when the weather changes.

In order to achieve the above object, the cover of the portable communication device of the present invention uses a water-repellent cloth material equivalent to a rainproof cover as a cover material, and reflects the infrared rays of sunlight. The color is white, cushioning material such as urethane foam is provided between the equipment body and the cover to improve the air permeability, and the cover joint can be changed with a waterproof fastener or hook-and-loop fastener It is what.
That is, the cover of the portable communication device of the present invention is a cover of the portable communication device used outdoors, and a buffer member for providing a gap between the cover and the portable communication device inside the cover; A waterproof fastener for enclosing the portable communication device, a first surface fastener and a rope, and a second surface for fixing the front surface portion to the upper surface portion with the front surface portion of the cover being provided on the upper surface portion of the cover. A hook-and-loop fastener and a third hook-and-loop fastener for fixing the back surface portion to the upper surface portion provided on the upper surface portion of the cover.
Preferably, the buffer member of the cover of the portable communication device of the invention is provided on an upper surface and a side surface of the portable communication device.

According to the present invention, since one cover has a rainproof function and a sunshade function, it is unnecessary to replace the cover according to the weather when used outdoors.
Furthermore, since two types of functions are provided with one cover, the production cost can be reduced.

An embodiment of the cover of the portable communication device of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4 are diagrams for explaining the structure of an embodiment of the portable communication device of the present invention. Reference numeral 301 denotes a cover, 302 and 303 buffer members, 304a, 304b, 304c, 304d, 304e, 304f, and 304g hook fasteners, 305a, 305b, and 305c waterproof fasteners, 306 ropes, and 307 hook fasteners. The buffer members 302 and 303 are, for example, urethane foam. 3A is a side view, FIG. 3B is a top view, FIG. 3C is a rear view, and FIG. 3D is a front view. FIG. 4 is a bottom view according to FIG.
3 and 4, the cover 301 is opaque but is illustrated as being transparent for the sake of explanation. In the portable communication device 102 of FIGS. 3 and 4, only the portion to which an antenna (not shown) on the front side is attached is not covered with the cover 301.

3 and 4, the buffer member 302 is provided at the four corners of the upper part of the portable communication device 102, and the buffer member 302 provided on the front side is provided when the cover 301 covers the portable communication device 102. The cover 301 and the front surface, the cover 301 and the side surface, and the cover 301 and the upper surface have a gap. Similarly, when the cover 301 covers the portable communication device 102, the buffer member 302 provided on the back side has a gap between the cover 301 and the back surface, the cover 301 and the side surface, and the cover 301 and the top surface. The shape can be made.
Further, the buffer member 303 is provided on both sides of the portable communication device 102 on the front side and the rear side, and when the cover 301 covers the portable communication device 102 together with the buffer member 302, the portable communication device 102. It is a shape that creates a gap on the side of the.
The buffer members 302 and 303 are manufactured with their mounting positions and shapes determined in accordance with the size and shape of the portable communication device 102 and attached in advance to the back surface (inside) of the cover 301.
The arrangement of the buffer members 302 and 303 is not limited to the front side and the back side, but may be provided, for example, on the center side. Of course.

Furthermore, the hook-and-loop fasteners 304 a, 304 b, 304 c, 304 d, 304 e, 304 f, 304 g and 307 are manufactured with their mounting positions and shapes determined according to the dimensions and shape of the portable communication device 102 and attached to the cover 301 in advance. .
3 and 4, the hook-and-loop fastener 304 a is provided on the outer surface (front surface) of the cover 301 near the upper portion on the front side of the portable communication device 102, and the hook-and-loop fastener 304 b is provided on the bottom surface of the portable communication device 102. It is provided on the outer surface of the cover 301 near the front side. One of the hook-and-loop fasteners 304a and 304b is a hook and the other is a loop. It should be noted that a hook-and-loop fastener that does not distinguish between a hook surface and a loop surface may be used, or other connection methods such as buttons, hooks, magnets, or combinations thereof may be used.

3 and 4, the cover 301 of the present invention provided with the buffer members 302 and 303 and the hook-and-loop fasteners 304a, 304b, 304c, 304d, 304e, 304f, and 304g is placed on the portable communication device 102. .
Next, the cover 301 wraps the portable communication device 102 by closing all the waterproof fasteners 305a, 305b, and 305c and the hook-and-loop fasteners 304a, 304b, 304c, 304d, and 304e. It is wound around a fixed base (not shown) or a base under the portable communication device 102. Thus, the cover 301 of the present invention is used as a rainproof cover.

  Note that the cushioning material 302 and the cushioning material 303 described above are disposed so that a gap is formed between the cover 301 and the portable communication device 102, so that air permeability is ensured.

  FIG. 7 is a diagram illustrating a state in which the cover 301 covers (wraps) the portable communication device 102 in the bottom view of FIG. 4.

Next, another embodiment of the cover of the portable communication device of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 5 and 6 are diagrams for explaining the structure of an embodiment of the portable communication device of the present invention. Reference numeral 401 denotes a front portion of the cover 301, and 402 denotes a rear portion of the cover 301. 5A is a side view, FIG. 5B is a top view, FIG. 5C is a rear view, and FIG. 5D is a front view. FIG. 6 is a bottom view according to FIG.
In FIGS. 5 and 6, the awning cover 301 is opaque but is illustrated as being transparent for the sake of explanation. Further, in the portable communication device 102 of FIGS. 5 and 6, a front side is a portion to which an antenna (not shown) is attached.

5 and 6, the cover 301 of the present invention is used as a sunshade cover from the mounted state for use as the rainproof cover described in FIGS. 3 and 4.
That is, the waterproof fasteners 305a, 305b, and 305c closed in FIGS. 3 and 4 are all opened, and the hook-and-loop fasteners 304a, 304b, 304c, 304d, 304e, and 307 are all opened.
5 and 6, on the front side of the portable communication device 102, the front surface portion 401 of the cover 301 is opened to the left and right, and the surface fastener portion provided on the front surface portion 401 and the surface fastener 304f are coupled. And fix. Further, on the back side of the portable communication device 102, the hook-and-loop fastener portion provided on the back surface portion 402 of the cover 301 and the hook-and-loop fastener 304g are coupled and fixed.
As a result, the front surface, the back surface, and the bottom surface of the cover 301 are opened, and the portable communication device 102 is covered with the cover 301 only on the top surface and the side surface, and the cover 301 is used as a sunshade cover.

The figure for demonstrating the conventional rainproof cover. The figure for demonstrating the conventional sunshade cover. The figure for demonstrating one Example of the cover of this invention. The figure for demonstrating one Example of the cover of this invention. The figure for demonstrating one Example of the cover of this invention. The figure for demonstrating one Example of the cover of this invention. The figure for demonstrating one Example of the cover of this invention.

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  101: Rainproof cover, 102: Portable communication device, 103: Rope, 104: Buffer material, 105: Air hole, 106: Lid, 201: Awning cover, 202: Resin plate, 203: Metal fixing bracket, 204: Rope for fixing, 205: Rope, 206: Opening hole, 207: Claw part, 208: Screw part, 301: Cover, 302, 303: Buffer member, 304a, 304b, 304c, 304d, 304e, 304f, 304g: Surface fastener 305a, 305b, 305c: waterproof fastener, 306: rope, 307: hook-and-loop fastener, 401: front part, 402: back part.

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  1.   A cover of a portable communication device used outdoors, a buffer member for providing a gap between the cover and the portable communication device inside the cover, a waterproof fastener for wrapping the portable communication device, and a second A first surface fastener and a rope; a second surface fastener provided on a top surface portion of the cover for fixing the front surface portion of the cover to the top surface portion; and a rear surface portion of the cover on the cover. A portable communication device cover, comprising: a third hook-and-loop fastener provided on an upper surface portion for fixing the back surface portion to the upper surface portion.
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