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JP2010272772A
JP2010272772A JP2009124712A JP2009124712A JP2010272772A JP 2010272772 A JP2010272772 A JP 2010272772A JP 2009124712 A JP2009124712 A JP 2009124712A JP 2009124712 A JP2009124712 A JP 2009124712A JP 2010272772 A JP2010272772 A JP 2010272772A
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A reactor capable of fixing a current sensor to a coil by using a constituent member of the reactor and capable of fixing the current sensor to the coil as the reactor is assembled.
A reactor 1 includes a coil 15 formed by winding a winding, a core 11 disposed in the coil 15, a current sensor 10 that is attached to the winding and detects a current flowing through the coil 15, a coil And a resin portion 19 that covers at least a part of the outer periphery of 15. In the reactor 1, the current sensor 10 is integrally formed with the resin portion 19. With this configuration, when the current sensor 10 is attached, a current sensor installation part is not required separately from the reactor component parts, and a current sensor installation process is not required separately from the assembly process of the reactor itself.
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  The present invention relates to a reactor used for a component of a DC-DC converter for an electric vehicle such as a hybrid vehicle. In particular, the present invention relates to a reactor in which a current sensor is integrally formed with a resin portion.

  An electric vehicle such as a hybrid vehicle is equipped with a DC-DC converter that raises and lowers a DC voltage. One of the parts of this converter is a reactor. An example of the configuration is disclosed in Patent Document 1.

  This reactor includes an annular core made of a magnetic material and a coil wound with a winding. To assemble this reactor, first, a coil is fitted on the outer periphery of the core to form a combined body. Next, this union is stored in a case, and a resin portion is formed by filling a resin between the case and the union. In the assembled reactor, a terminal is usually connected to an end of a winding constituting the coil, and a bus bar is further connected through the terminal.

  By the way, for example, in the case of a configuration in which DC-DC converters for driving a vehicle are combined in parallel in multiple phases, it is desired to detect the current flowing in the coil of the reactor for phase stop control corresponding to load fluctuations and protection against current concentration. . For example, Patent Document 2 proposes to attach a current sensor to a bus bar that is electrically connected to a coil in order to detect this current.

JP 2008-28290 A JP 2006-217759 A (FIGS. 1 to 3)

  However, depending on the handling situation of the bus bar and the arrangement state of the peripheral devices of the bus bar, the current sensor cannot always be installed on the bus bar. On the other hand, even if the current sensor is attached to the reactor, in the case of the conventional reactor, when detecting the current of the coil whose winding is complicatedly bent, it is necessary to specify where the current sensor is provided in the reactor and how to fix it. Proposals have not been made. Moreover, when attaching a current sensor to a reactor, the installation component of a current sensor is required separately from the component of a reactor, and the installation process of a current sensor is required separately from the assembly process of a reactor itself.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and one of its purposes is that the current sensor can be fixed to the coil using the constituent members of the reactor, and accompanying the assembly work of the reactor. A reactor capable of fixing a current sensor to a coil is provided.

  The reactor according to the present invention covers a coil formed by winding a winding, a core disposed in the coil, a current sensor attached to the winding and detecting a current flowing in the coil, and at least a part of the outer periphery of the coil. A resin portion. The current sensor is formed integrally with the resin portion.

  According to this configuration, since the current sensor is attached to the winding and the current sensor and the reactor are integrally formed with the resin portion, the current sensor can be fixed. Therefore, the installation process and fixing member for fixing the current sensor can be omitted. In addition, as long as the current sensor is integrally formed with the resin portion, the position where the current sensor is attached to the winding of the coil is not particularly limited.

  In the reactor of the present invention, the current sensor is attached to the end of the winding.

  Since the end of the winding is usually drawn from the place where the turn is formed in the coil, the current sensor can be easily attached.

  In the reactor of the present invention, the resin part includes an inner resin part for maintaining the shape of the coil and an outer resin part arranged outside the inner resin part. In that case, the current sensor is held at least one of the inner resin portion and the outer resin portion.

  According to this structure, it becomes easy to handle a coil by setting it as the coil molded object comprised by a coil and an inner side resin part, since the shape of a coil is hold | maintained and a coil does not expand and contract. The current sensor can be fixed because it is integrally formed with both or one of the inner resin portion and the outer resin portion.

  This invention reactor can reduce the installation process and fixing member which fix an electric current sensor to a reactor by integrally forming an electric current sensor with a resin part.

1 is a schematic perspective view of a reactor according to a first embodiment. It is a schematic exploded view for demonstrating the components which comprise the reactor which concerns on Embodiment 1. FIG. It is a schematic perspective view of the reactor which concerns on Embodiment 2. FIG. 4A is a schematic perspective view for explaining the coil molded body according to the second embodiment, and FIG. 4B is a schematic perspective view of another form of the coil molded body according to the second embodiment.

  Hereinafter, a reactor according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. The same reference numerals in the drawings denote the same items.

[Embodiment 1]
The first embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. The reactor 1 includes an annular core 11 made of a magnetic material as a main material, a coil 15 disposed on the outer periphery of the core 11, and a resin portion 19 that integrally holds the core 11 and the coil 15. Among these, a member in which the core 11, the coil 15, and an insulator 17 to be described later are combined is referred to as a combined body. For example, the reactor 1 is attached to a fixed object such as a cooling base (not shown) having a refrigerant circulation path therein and is used as a component of an in-vehicle converter. This reactor 1 is characterized in that a current sensor 10 that detects a current flowing through the coil 15 is integrally formed with a resin portion 19. Hereinafter, each configuration will be described in more detail.

<Core>
The core 11 is an annular member composed of an intermediate core 11c and an end core 11e as shown in FIG. As the intermediate core 11c and the end core 11e, a compact formed by pressing soft magnetic powder containing iron such as iron or steel, or a laminate formed by laminating a plurality of electromagnetic steel sheets can be used.

  The intermediate core 11c is composed of a magnetic core piece 11m and a gap part g provided between the core pieces 11m for adjusting the inductance, at a position where the coil is arranged on the outer periphery. As each gap portion g, a plate-like material made of a nonmagnetic material such as alumina can be used. The intermediate core 11c is configured by alternately laminating core pieces 11m and gap portions g and bonding them with an adhesive or the like. In this example, a pair of intermediate cores 11c are arranged in parallel.

  The end core 11e is a block-like member that is made of a magnetic material and connects end surfaces of a pair of parallel intermediate cores 11c. Here, an end core 11e having a surface to which the end surface of the intermediate core 11c is connected and having a substantially trapezoidal cross section that decreases in width toward the surface opposite to this surface is used. In addition, a rectangular parallelepiped or a U-shaped magnetic member can be used as the end core 11e. Then, when the surface facing the cooling base in the constituent members of the reactor is used as the base surface, the end surface of the end core 11e is arranged so that the base surface of the end core 11e is substantially at the same position as the base surfaces of the coil elements 15a and 15b. The base surface protrudes downward (cooling base side) with respect to the base surface of the intermediate core 11c.

  In order to configure the core 11, a pair of intermediate cores 11c arranged in parallel and a pair of end cores 11e arranged on the end surface of the intermediate core 11c are joined with an adhesive or the like to form a closed loop. In the first embodiment, four core pieces 11m and three gap portions g are used as the intermediate core 11c. However, the number of divisions of the intermediate core 11c and the number of gap portions g can be appropriately selected.

<Coil>
As shown in FIG. 2, the coil 15 has a pair of coil elements 15a and 15b formed by spirally winding one continuous winding. Both coil elements 15a and 15b are arranged side by side so that the respective axial directions are parallel. Further, the coil end 15d is positioned on one end side in the axial direction of the coil 15, and the winding is bent on the other end side so as to provide a rewinding portion 15r. It is formed with. And the coil | winding uses the covered rectangular wire which gave the enamel coating for insulation to the rectangular copper wire. Each of the coil elements 15a and 15b is formed by winding a covered rectangular wire edgewise. In addition to the flat wire, various windings having a circular cross section and a polygonal cross section can be used. The pair of coil elements 15a and 15b may be separately manufactured, and the ends of the windings of both the coil elements 15a and 15b may be connected by welding or the like.

<Insulator>
The insulator 17 is a member that ensures insulation between the core 11 and the coil 15, and is used as necessary. The insulator 17 includes a cylindrical portion 17b that covers the outer periphery of the intermediate core 11c of the core 11, and a pair of flange portions 17f that come into contact with the end face of the coil. The cylindrical portion 17b can easily cover the outer periphery of the intermediate core 11c by joining the half-cut square tube pieces together. The flange portion 17f is a short frame disposed at one end portion of the cylindrical portion 17b. The insulator 17 can be made of an insulating resin such as polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) resin, liquid crystal polymer (LCP), or polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) resin.

<Current sensor>
As the current sensor 10, a commercially available current sensor can be used, and is usually an annular shape having a central hole through which a current wire to be measured (winding) passes. Typically, Hall element type current sensor, current transformer type current sensor, fiber optic current sensor, etc., search coil, Rogowski coil, MR (magnetoresistive) element, GMR (giant magnetoresistive effect) element, MI (Magnetic impedance) The one using an element etc. is mentioned. The current sensor can be a clamp type that can be opened and closed. The clamp type current sensor can be mounted from the radial direction of the winding. Here, an example using a commercially available Hall element type current sensor is shown.

  The attachment position of the current sensor 10 may be any one in the longitudinal direction of the windings that constitute the coil 15, and is not particularly limited. However, as shown in FIG. 1, it is preferable to provide a current sensor 10 at the winding end 15d. In the coil, the gap between the turns of the winding is usually small, and it may be difficult to attach the current sensor 10 to the winding forming the turn. On the other hand, the winding end 15d is connected to a terminal when assembled into a final product such as a converter, and a bus bar is connected to the terminal, so that a predetermined space is secured between peripheral parts. Therefore, the current sensor 10 can be easily attached to the winding end 15d. In particular, it is more preferable to attach the current sensor 10 to a linear portion between the tip of the winding connected to the terminal and the turn forming portion (the spiral portion of the coil) of the winding.

  Normally, the current sensor 10 includes a lead wire for outputting the detection signal, but the lead wire is omitted in each drawing.

<Resin part>
The resin part 19 is used to hold the core 11 and the coil 15 together. The resin part 19 can protect the core 11 and the coil 15 from the external environment and mechanical stress. The resin portion 19 also has a function as a fixing member of the current sensor 10 with respect to the combination. As the resin of the resin portion 19, an epoxy resin, a urethane resin, an unsaturated polyester resin, a PPS resin, or the like can be suitably used.

  The resin portion 19 may be formed so as to cover all of the insulator 17, and the current sensor 10 when the core 11, the coil 15, and the insulator 17 are present, or at least one component member may be partially exposed. You may form in. In the reactor 1 of this example, the base surfaces of the end core 11e and the coil 15 are exposed from the resin portion 19. Further, the base surface of the resin part 19, the base surface of the end core 11e, and the base surface of the coil 15 are flush with each other. Therefore, each base surface of reactor 1 contacts the base.

<Assembly procedure>
As shown in FIG. 2, the core piece 11m and the gap part g are fixed with an adhesive or the like to form a pair of intermediate cores 11c. The cylindrical portion 17b of the insulator 17 is fitted on the outer periphery, and a pair of coil elements 15a and 15b are arranged. And it arrange | positions so that the both ends of the coil 15 may be pinched | interposed with the flange part 17f and the end core 11e of the insulator 17, and the end part core 11e and the intermediate | middle core 11c are joined with an adhesive agent. As a result, an assembly including the core 11, the coil 15, and the insulator 17 is formed.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 1, the current sensor 10 is arranged at the winding end 15d of the coil 15 of the combination. The resin part 19 is formed such that the outer periphery of the combined body and the current sensor 10 is cast-molded with resin so that the appearance of the resin part 19 is substantially rectangular. Further, when the resin portion 19 is molded, the current sensor 10 is buried in the resin portion 19, and an end portion of a lead wire (not shown) of the current sensor 10 is exposed from the resin portion 19.

<Effect>
The reactor 1 having the above configuration can detect the current flowing through the coil 15, and the current sensor 10 is integrally formed with the resin part 19, so that the current sensor 10 is installed separately from the components of the reactor 1. And the installation process of the current sensor 10 is not required separately from the assembly process of the reactor 1 itself.

<Modification>
The current sensor 10 only needs to be integrally formed with the resin part 19, so the entire current sensor 10 does not have to be embedded in the resin part 19, and even if part of the current sensor 10 is exposed if it is sufficiently fixed. Good. Further, since the current sensor 10 can detect the current of the coil 15 if it is attached to the winding, it may be attached to the winding portion 15r or the turn forming portion of the coil 15. When the current sensor 10 is a clamp type, it can be easily attached to the turn-up portion 15r or the turn forming portion in which the winding is spirally wound. In order to attach to the turn forming portion, one turn of the coil 15 protrudes from the other turn toward the outer periphery of the coil 15, and the clamp type current sensor 10 is attached to the protruded turn. Specifically, one of the coil elements projects one turn from the outer peripheral surface of the coil, and a clamp-type current sensor 10 is attached to a winding portion that projects in a direction orthogonal to the outer peripheral surface of the coil. For example, the surface perpendicular to the axial direction of the central hole of the sensor 10 faces the outer peripheral surface of the coil. When the current sensor 10 is attached to the axially intermediate position of the coil element, it is possible to reliably prevent the current sensor 10 from protruding from the outline when the reactor is viewed in plan. For example, in one of the coil elements 15a and 15b in FIG. 1, one turn at an axially intermediate position is protruded upward from the upper surface of the outer peripheral surface of the coil, and the coil elements at the protruding portions face each other. For example, the current sensor 10 is attached to the side.

[Embodiment 2]
Next, with reference to FIGS. 2-4, Embodiment 2 which made the resin part 2 layer structure is demonstrated. The main difference from the first embodiment is that the resin portion includes an inner resin portion 27 and an outer resin portion 29. A feature of the reactor 2 is that a coil molded body 21 including a coil 15 covered with an inner resin portion 27 is used (FIGS. 3 and 4). Since the other points are almost the same as those in the first embodiment, the following description will focus on the differences.

[Coil molding]
<Inner resin part>
The coil molded body 21 includes a coil 15 and an inner resin portion 27. The same coil 15 as that of the first embodiment can be used. The inner resin portion 27 may cover the entire surface except for the end portions of the windings constituting the coil 15, or may be formed so that the coil 15 is partially exposed. In this example, as shown in FIG. 4, the coil 15 is covered substantially along its outer shape, and the winding end portion 15 d of the coil 15 and a part of the outer peripheral surface of the coil 15 are not covered with the inner resin portion 27. Exposed. The thickness of the portion covering the coil 15 in the inner resin portion 27 is substantially uniform, and the portion covering the winding portion 15r (see FIG. 2) has a shape protruding in the axial direction of the coil 15.

  The inner periphery of the coil 15 is also covered with the resin of the inner resin portion 27, and the hollow hole 200 is formed by this resin. An intermediate core 11c is disposed in the hollow hole 200. The thickness of the constituent resin of the inner resin portion 27 is adjusted so that the intermediate core 11c is arranged coaxially with the coil elements 15a and 15b, and the cross-sectional shape of the hollow hole 200 is matched with the outer shape of the intermediate core 11c. Since the inner resin portion 27 covering the inner periphery of the coil 15 is interposed between the core 11 and the coil 15, it also has the function of the insulator 17 (FIG. 2) in the first embodiment.

  The constituent resin of the inner resin part 27 is a material that has heat resistance that does not soften against the maximum temperature of the coil 15 and the core 11 when the reactor 2 including the coil molded body 21 is used, and is excellent in insulation. Is preferred. As the resin of the inner resin portion 27, a phenol resin, an epoxy resin, an unsaturated polyester resin, or the like can be suitably used.

<Manufacture of coil molding>
The coil molded body 21 can be manufactured by using a molding die as described below. As the molding die, one constituted by a pair of first and second molds that can be opened and closed can be used. The first mold includes an end plate positioned on one end side from which the end of the winding is pulled out, and a rectangular parallelepiped core inserted into the inner periphery of the coil 15, and the second mold includes the coil 15 An end plate located on the other end side of the coil 15 and a peripheral side wall covering the periphery of the coil 15. The first mold and the second mold include a plurality of rod-shaped bodies that can be advanced and retracted inside the mold by a drive mechanism, and the end surfaces of the coil 15 are pressed by these rod-shaped bodies to compress the coil 15. The rod-shaped body has sufficient strength against compression of the coil 15 and heat resistance against heat during molding of the inner resin portion 27, and reduces the number of portions of the coil 15 that are not covered with the inner resin portion 27. Furthermore, it is preferable to make it as thin as possible.

  A coil 15 is formed by spirally winding the coil, and the coil is housed in the molding die so that a certain gap is formed between the surface of the molding die and the coil 15. At this time, the coil 15 is not yet compressed.

  Next, the molding die is closed, and the core of the first die is inserted into the inner circumference of each of the coil elements 15a and 15b. At this time, the interval between the inner periphery of the core and the coil elements 15a and 15b is made substantially uniform over the entire periphery of the core. Subsequently, the rod-shaped body is advanced into the molding die and the coil 15 is compressed. By this compression, the coil 15 is held in a compressed state with respect to its free length.

  While maintaining the compression state, after filling the resin into the molding die from the resin injection port and curing, the molding die 21 is opened and the coil molded body 21 in which the compression state is held by the resin (see FIG. 4 (A)). Note that the plurality of small holes formed at the place pressed by the rod-like body are filled with the outer resin portion 29, and may be left as they are, or may be filled with an insulating material or the like.

[Outside resin part]
The outer resin portion 29 may cover the entire surface of the coil molded body 21 and the core 11, or may be formed so as to partially expose these constituent members. As the constituent resin of the outer resin portion 29, the same resin as the resin portion 19 (see FIG. 1) of the reactor 1 of the first embodiment described above can be used. The resin of the outer resin portion 29 may be the same as or different from the constituent resin of the inner resin portion 27 of the coil molded body 21. Further, in the reactor 2, the base surfaces of the end core 11e and the coil molded body 21 are exposed from the outer resin portion 29. Further, the base surface of the outer resin portion 29, the base surface of the end core 11e, and the base surface of the coil molded body 21 are flush with each other. Therefore, each base surface of the reactor 2 comes into contact with the cooling base.

[Reactor assembly procedure]
First, the coil molded body 21 is prepared as described above. Then, similarly to the first embodiment shown in FIG. 2, the core piece 11m and the gap portion g are fixed with an adhesive or the like to form a pair of intermediate cores 11c. The intermediate core 11c is inserted into the hollow hole 200 (see FIG. 4) of the coil molded body 21. Each intermediate core 11c inserted into the hollow hole 200 is disposed at an appropriate position with respect to the coil elements 15a and 15b. Next, it arrange | positions so that the both end surfaces of the coil molded object 21 may be pinched | interposed by a pair of edge part core 11e, and the edge part core 11e and the intermediate | middle core 11c are joined with an adhesive agent etc. By this process, a combined body is obtained. Since the inner resin portion 27 also has the function of the insulator 17 described in the first embodiment, the reactor 2 using the coil molded body 21 does not use the insulator 17.

  Next, the current sensor 10 is arranged at the winding end 15d of the coil 15 of the combination. Then, the outer periphery of the combined body and the current sensor 10 is covered with the resin of the outer resin portion 29. Further, when the outer resin portion 29 is molded, the current sensor 10 is buried in the outer resin portion 29, and the end portion of the lead wire (not shown) of the current sensor 10 is exposed from the outer resin portion 29.

<Effect>
The reactor 2 having the above configuration can detect the current flowing through the coil 15, and the current sensor 15 is integrally formed with the outer resin portion 29, so that the current sensor installation component can be separated from the reactor component components. It is not necessary, and a current sensor installation process is not required separately from the assembly process of the reactor itself. In addition, by using the coil molded body 21, the insulation between the core 11 and the coil 15 can be secured by the inner resin portion 27, and the insulator 17 can be omitted. Therefore, it is possible to reduce the number of parts and the number of steps for arranging these parts, which is excellent in manufacturability.

  In addition, when the inner resin portion 27 is formed in a state where the coil 15 is compressed so that there is no gap between turns, the reactor 15 can be reduced because the coil 15 is held in a compressed state, so that the installation area can be reduced.

<Modification>
Next, a modified example of the second embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. Here, the configuration of the coil molded body 23 in which the current sensor is integrally molded by the inner resin portion will be described.

  The process until the coil 15 is housed in the molding die is the same as that of the second embodiment. In this state, the current sensor 10 is disposed at the winding end 15d of the coil. Thereafter, the coil 15 is compressed and filled with resin in the molding die and cured, and then the molding die is opened, and the compressed state is maintained by the resin, and the coil molded body integrated with the current sensor 10 Take out 23. Further, when the inner resin portion 27 is molded, the current sensor 10 is buried in the inner resin portion 27, and an end portion of a lead wire (not shown) of the current sensor 10 is exposed from the inner resin portion 27.

  As in the first embodiment shown in FIG. 2, the core piece 11m and the gap portion g are fixed with an adhesive or the like to form a pair of intermediate cores 11c. Then, the intermediate core 11c is inserted and disposed in the hollow hole 200 of the coil molded body 23 shown in FIG. Next, it arrange | positions so that the both end surfaces of the coil molded object 23 may be pinched | interposed by a pair of edge part core 11e, and the edge part core 11e and the intermediate core 11c are joined. Then, the outer periphery is covered with the resin of the outer resin portion 29. Further, also when the outer resin portion 29 is molded, the current sensor 10 is buried in the outer resin portion 29, and the end portion of the lead wire of the current sensor 10 is exposed from the outer resin portion 29.

  In this coil molded body 23, when a part of the current sensor 10 is exposed from the inner resin portion 27, the exposed portion of the current sensor 10 may be covered by the outer resin portion 29 on the outer side, or the current sensor 10 is sufficiently covered. May be not covered with the outer resin portion 29.

  Further, in the first and second embodiments, the current sensor 10 is integrally formed by each resin portion, but similarly in the case of a reactor using a case, the current sensor 10 is fixed using a potting resin filled in the case. You can also If the coil molded body 21 is used, the current sensor 10 can be fixed using the potting resin as the outer resin portion 29.

  The above-described embodiment can be appropriately changed without departing from the gist of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment.

  The reactor of this invention can be utilized suitably for the components of vehicle-mounted components, such as a vehicle-mounted converter mounted in vehicles, such as a hybrid vehicle, an electric vehicle, and a fuel cell vehicle, for example.

1,2 Reactor
10 Current sensor
11 core
11c Intermediate core 11e End core 11m Core piece g Gap
15, coil
15a, 15b Coil element 15d Winding end 15r Rewinding part
17 Insulator
17b Cylindrical part 17f Ridge part
19 Resin section
21,23 Coil compact
27 Inside resin part
29 Outer resin part
200 hollow holes

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  1. A coil formed by winding a winding;
    A core disposed in the coil;
    A current sensor attached to the winding for detecting a current flowing in the coil;
    A resin portion covering at least a part of the outer periphery of the coil,
    The reactor, wherein the sensor is integrally formed with the resin portion.
  2.   The reactor according to claim 1, wherein the current sensor is attached to an end of the winding.
  3. The resin part is
    An inner resin portion that retains the shape of the coil;
    An outer resin portion disposed outside the inner resin portion,
    The reactor according to claim 1, wherein the current sensor is held by at least one of the inner resin portion and the outer resin portion.
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