JP2014019274A - Vehicle mirror device - Google Patents

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JP2014019274A
JP2014019274A JP2012159015A JP2012159015A JP2014019274A JP 2014019274 A JP2014019274 A JP 2014019274A JP 2012159015 A JP2012159015 A JP 2012159015A JP 2012159015 A JP2012159015 A JP 2012159015A JP 2014019274 A JP2014019274 A JP 2014019274A
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Shigeki Yoshida
茂樹 吉田
Masatsugu Ohashi
正継 大橋
Masakazu Iwatsuki
正和 岩月
Hiroyuki Muto
裕行 武藤
Kazuyuki Yokoyama
一幸 横山
Takehiro Hamada
健宏 濱田
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A clearance gap between a support and a rotating body is stabilized.
In a vehicle door mirror device 10, an outer periphery of a base 16 is covered with a base cover 22, and a visor 46 and a mirror 54 are supported by the base 16, and an upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 and the visor 46 are A gap 50 is formed between the opposing wall 46C. Here, the protrusion 28 of the upper wall 20 </ b> A is in contact with the opposing wall 46 </ b> C, and the vertical dimension of the gap 50 is defined by the protrusion 28. For this reason, the vertical dimension of the gap 50 can be stabilized, and the appearance of the gap 50 can be stabilized.
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle mirror device in which a rotating body provided with a mirror is supported by a support.

  In the door mirror described in Patent Document 1, the mirror housing is supported by the mirror base, and a gap is formed between the facing surface of the mirror base and the facing surface of the mirror housing.

  However, in this door mirror, the gap size between the facing surface of the mirror base and the facing surface of the mirror housing is likely to vary.

International Publication No. 03/033303

  In view of the above fact, an object of the present invention is to provide a vehicle mirror device that can stabilize the size of a gap between a support and a rotating body.

  The vehicle mirror device according to claim 1 is provided with a support body supported on the vehicle body side, and the support body, and a mirror is provided, and a gap is formed between the support body, The rotating body is stored or raised by rotating with respect to the support body, and is provided on one of the support body and the rotating body, and is in contact with the other of the support body and the rotating body to And a contact portion in which a gap dimension is defined.

  A vehicle mirror device according to a second aspect is the vehicle mirror device according to the first aspect, wherein the contact portion is brought into point contact with the other of the support body and the rotating body.

  A vehicle mirror device according to a third aspect is the vehicle mirror device according to the first or second aspect, wherein three or more contact portions are provided.

  A vehicle mirror device according to a fourth aspect of the present invention is the vehicle mirror device according to any one of the first to third aspects, wherein the plurality of contact portions are the same circle around the rotation center of the rotary body. Arranged above.

  The vehicle mirror device according to claim 5 is the vehicle mirror device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein one of the support body and the rotating body is the support body and the rotating body. It is arranged on the lower side of the other.

  The vehicle mirror device according to claim 6 is the vehicle mirror device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the protrusion of the rotating body with respect to the support body from the rotation center of the rotating body. The contact portion is arranged on the side.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the first aspect, the support body is supported on the vehicle body side, and the rotating body is supported by the support body. Furthermore, the mirror is provided in the rotating body, and the mirror is stored or erected by rotating the rotating body relative to the support body. Further, a gap is formed between the support body and the rotating body.

  Here, the contact part is provided in one of the support body and the rotating body, and the contact part is brought into contact with the other of the support body and the rotating body, thereby defining the gap size. For this reason, a gap dimension can be stabilized.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the second aspect, the contact portion is in point contact with the other of the support body and the rotating body. For this reason, when the rotating body is rotated, the sliding resistance of the contact portion with respect to the other of the support body and the rotating body can be reduced.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the third aspect, three or more contact portions are provided. For this reason, a support body can support a rotation body stably via three or more contact parts, and rocking | fluctuation of the rotation body with respect to a support body can be suppressed.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the fourth aspect, the plurality of contact portions are arranged on the same circle centered on the rotation center of the rotating body. For this reason, when the rotating body is rotated, the plurality of contact portions can slide on the other same circle of the supporting body and the rotating body, and the sliding resistance of the contact portion with respect to the other of the supporting body and the rotating body can be reduced. Can be reduced.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the fifth aspect, one of the support body and the rotating body provided with the contact portion is disposed below the other of the support body and the rotating body. For this reason, when the rotating body is rotated, the contact portion slides on the other of the supporting body and the rotating body which are arranged on the upper side and hardly adhere to foreign matters such as dust, so that the other of the supporting body and the rotating body The sliding resistance of the contact portion with respect to can be reduced.

  In the vehicle mirror device according to the sixth aspect, the contact portion is disposed on the projecting side of the rotating body with respect to the support body from the rotation center of the rotating body. For this reason, a support body can support a rotation body effectively via a contact part, and rocking | fluctuation of the rotation body with respect to a support body can be suppressed.

It is the disassembled perspective view seen from the vehicle width direction inner side and the vehicle front side which shows the door mirror device for vehicles concerning an embodiment of the invention. It is the perspective view seen from the vehicle rear side and the upper side which shows the door mirror apparatus for vehicles which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is the front view seen from the vehicles back which shows the principal part of the door mirror device for vehicles concerning an embodiment of the invention. It is the top view seen from the upper part which shows the principal part of the door mirror apparatus for vehicles which concerns on embodiment of this invention. It is an enlarged view of the area | region A of FIG.

  FIG. 1 shows an exploded perspective view of a vehicle door mirror device 10 according to an embodiment to which the vehicle mirror device of the present invention is applied, as seen from the vehicle width direction inner side and the vehicle front side. These are shown by the perspective view which looked at the vehicle door mirror apparatus 10 from the vehicle rear side and the upper side. In the drawings, the front side of the vehicle is indicated by an arrow FR, the outer side in the vehicle width direction (right side of the vehicle) is indicated by an arrow OUT, and the upper side is indicated by an arrow UP.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the vehicle door mirror device 10 according to the present embodiment is provided outside the vehicle door 12 (vehicle body side). The outer side surface of the lower portion of the door 12 is configured by a door panel 12A (door outer panel) as an arrangement member (design member), and a mounting hole (not shown) is provided at the front end of the vehicle at the upper end of the door panel 12A. It is formed through.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the vehicle door mirror device 10 is provided with a block base 16 made of metal as a support member constituting the support at the inner end in the vehicle width direction. The base 16 is attached to the door 12 via an attachment hole, whereby the vehicle door mirror device 10 is attached to the door 12.

  A resin temporary fixing claw 18 (temporary claw, clamp clip) as a temporary fixing member (temporary placement member) is attached to the lower side of the base 16. When the base 16 is attached to the door 12, the temporary pawl 18 is hooked (engaged) with the door 12 through the attachment hole, so that the vehicle door mirror device 10 is temporarily attached to the door 12 (temporary). And the positional deviation and dropout of the vehicle door mirror device 10 with respect to the door 12 are suppressed.

  The outer periphery of the base 16 is covered with a substantially cylindrical base cover 20 made of resin as a first opposing member and a covering member (design member) constituting the support, and the inside of the base cover 20 is opened downward. Has been. The lower end of the base cover 20 is opposed to the outer peripheral side of the mounting hole of the door panel 12A on the entire periphery and is shaped along the opposed door panel 12A. The lower end of the base cover 20 and the door panel 12A A gap 22 (see FIG. 2) is formed between them. A seal surface 24 is formed on the entire inner periphery of the lower end of the base cover 20, and the seal surface 24 moves upward toward the inner periphery of the base cover 20 (opposite to the door panel 12 </ b> A). It is inclined in the direction toward the side.

  A flat plate-like upper wall 20A as a first facing portion is provided at the upper end of the base cover 20, and the upper wall 20A is arranged vertically in the vertical direction. An exposure hole 26 is formed through the central portion of the upper wall 20A, and the exposure hole 26 exposes the base 16 upward.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, three protrusions 28 as contact portions are formed on the upper surface of the upper wall 20 </ b> A at the outer peripheral portion, and the protrusions 28 protrude upward from the upper wall 20 </ b> A. At the same time, the surface is spherical. The three protrusions 28 have the same shape and are arranged at substantially equal intervals around the rotation center axis O of the driving body 42 described below, and the protrusions 28 have the rotation center axis. It is arranged on the outer side in the vehicle width direction of O, the front side of the vehicle, and the rear side of the vehicle.

  As shown in FIG. 1, a substantially plate-like gasket 30 (seal) as a seal member is provided on the lower side of the base 16, and the gasket 30 is disposed between the base 16 and the temporary pawl 18. Thus, it is attached to the base 16 by a temporary pawl 18. The gasket 30 is made of rubber and has elasticity and sealing properties, and the gasket 30 covers the lower surface of the base cover 20.

  A plate-like seal portion 32 is integrally formed at the outer peripheral end of the gasket 30 on the entire periphery, and the seal portion 32 extends toward the upper side (base cover 20 side) from the outer peripheral end of the gasket 30. It extends in the direction toward the inner periphery. The lower end of the seal portion 32 (the outer peripheral end of the gasket 30) is pressed against the door panel 12A, and the upper portion of the seal portion 32 is pressed against the seal surface 24 of the base cover 20, whereby the base cover A gap 22 between the lower end of the door 20 and the door panel 12 </ b> A is sealed all around the base cover 20. For this reason, intrusion of water or the like into the door 12 through the gap 22 and the mounting hole is suppressed (prevented), and wind enters the base cover 20 through the gap 22 when the vehicle is traveling. Generation of wind noise is suppressed.

  A main body 36 is supported on the upper side of the base 16, and the main body 36 is provided with a storage device 38 (retractor) as a rotating means.

  The storage device 38 includes a metal stand 40 as a support portion constituting the support, and the lower end portion of the stand 40 is formed in a substantially columnar shape. The stand 40 is attached to the base 16 through the exposure hole 26 of the base cover 20, whereby the storage device 38 is attached to and supported by the base 16. An upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20 is sandwiched between the stand 40 and the base 16, whereby the base cover 20 is fixed to the base 16.

  The stand 40 supports a driving body 42 that constitutes a rotating body. When the storage device 38 is driven, the driving body 42 is parallel to the stand 40 in the vertical center axis O (FIG. 4). ).

  A frame 44 constituting a rotating body is fixed and supported on the drive body 42 of the storage device 38. The frame 44 protrudes outward in the vehicle width direction with respect to the base 16 and the base cover 20 and is raised (deployed). When the storage device 38 is driven, the frame 44 rotates together with the driver 42. Has been made movable. For this reason, the storage device 38 is driven and the frame 44 is rotated to the vehicle rear side and the vehicle width direction inner side, whereby the frame 44 (including the visor 46, the mirror surface adjustment device 52, and the mirror 54 described below) is stored. (Folded). On the other hand, when the storage device 38 is driven and the frame 44 is rotated to the vehicle front side and the vehicle width direction outside, the frame 44 (including the visor 46, the mirror surface adjustment device 52, and the mirror 54 described below) stands up (returns). Is done.

  The drive body 42 and the frame 44 of the storage device 38 are accommodated in a resin-made visor 46 as a second opposing member and an exterior member (design member) constituting the rotating body, and the visor 46 is attached to the frame 44. Has been supported. A substantially curved plate-like visor cover 46A is provided on the vehicle front side of the visor 46, and a substantially rectangular tubular visor rim 46B is provided on the vehicle rear side of the visor 46. The visor cover 46A and the visor rim 46B are assembled. The visor 46 is configured by being attached.

  A flat plate-like opposing wall 46C as a second opposing portion is provided at the lower end of the inner end portion of the visor 46 in the vehicle width direction, and the opposing wall 46C is arranged vertically in the vertical direction. A circular through hole 48 is formed through the opposing wall 46C, and the opposing wall 46C can be rotated around the entire lower end of the stand 40 of the storage device 38 along the entire circumference of the through hole 48 and in the vertical direction. It is fitted to be movable.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, the opposing wall 46C is opposed to the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 in the vertical direction, and a gap 50 is formed between the opposing wall 46C and the upper wall 20A in the vertical direction. Is formed. Three protrusions 28 on the upper surface of the upper wall 20A are point-contacted with the opposing wall 46C at the tip (top), whereby the vertical dimension L of the gap 50 is defined as the maximum vertical dimension of the protrusion 28. Has been.

  As shown in FIG. 1, a mirror surface adjusting device 52 (drive unit) as a mirror surface adjusting means constituting a rotating body is fixed to the rear side of the frame 44, and the mirror surface adjusting device 52 is located inside the visor rim 46B of the visor 46. Has been inserted.

  As shown in FIG. 2, a substantially rectangular plate-like mirror 54 constituting a rotating body is assembled on the rear side of the mirror surface adjusting device 52, and the mirror 54 is accommodated in a visor rim 46 </ b> B of the visor 46. ing. The mirror surface 54A of the mirror 54 is directed to the rear side of the vehicle, and the occupant (especially the driver) can visually recognize the rear side of the vehicle. When the mirror surface adjustment device 52 is driven, the mirror 54 is tilted by the mirror surface adjustment device 52 and the mirror surface 54A angle of the mirror 54 is adjusted.

  Next, the operation of the present embodiment will be described.

  In the vehicle door mirror device 10 having the above configuration, the base 16 and the base cover 20 are attached to the door 12, and the storage device 38, the frame 44, the visor 46, the mirror surface adjustment device 52, and the mirror 54 are supported on the base 16. Yes. When the storage device 38 is driven, the drive body 42 is rotated with respect to the stand 40, and the frame 44, the visor 46, the mirror surface adjustment device 52, and the mirror 54 are rotated integrally with the drive body 42. Is turned around.

  Further, the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 and the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46 are opposed to each other in the vertical direction, and a gap 50 is formed in the vertical direction between the upper wall 20A and the opposing wall 46C. Yes.

  Here, the protrusion 28 on the upper surface of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 is brought into contact with the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46, and the vertical dimension L of the gap 50 is defined as the maximum vertical dimension of the protrusion 28. Therefore, regardless of the dimensional error of the base cover 20, the dimensional error of the visor 46, the assembling error of the base cover 20 to the base 16, the assembling error of the visor 46 to the frame 44, etc. The vertical dimension L of the gap 50 can be stabilized, and the appearance of the gap 50 can be stabilized.

  Three protrusions 28 are provided on the upper surface of the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20. Therefore, the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 can stably support the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46 through the three protrusions 28, and the drive body 42, the frame 44, the base 16, the base cover 20 and the stand 40 are supported. The swinging of the visor 46, the mirror surface adjustment device 52, and the mirror 54 can be suppressed, and the visual recognition performance of the mirror 54 can be improved. Moreover, when the visor 46 is rotated, the sliding resistance of the protrusion 28 with respect to the opposing wall 46C can be reduced, and wear of the protrusion 28 can be suppressed.

  Further, the protrusion 28 is arranged on the outer side in the vehicle width direction from the rotation center axis O (the driving body 42, the frame 44, the visor 46, the mirror surface adjusting device 52, and the mirror 54 on the base 16, the base cover 20 and the stand 40). Has been. For this reason, the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 can effectively support the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46 through the projection 28, and the drive body 42, the frame 44, and the visor 46 with respect to the base 16, the base cover 20 and the stand 40. Further, the swinging of the mirror surface adjusting device 52 and the mirror 54 can be effectively suppressed, and the visual recognition performance of the mirror 54 can be effectively improved.

  Further, when the visor 46 is rotated, the resistance of the three protrusions 28 on the upper surface of the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20 sliding against the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46 is the resistance of the drive body 42 in the storage device 38. Compared with the rotation resistance with respect to the stand 40, it is very small. For this reason, it can fully suppress that rotation with respect to the stand 40 of the drive body 42 by the storage apparatus 38 by the sliding resistance of the protrusion 28 with respect to 46 C of opposing walls is inhibited.

  Moreover, the protrusion 28 on the upper surface of the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20 has a spherical surface and is in point contact with the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46. For this reason, when the visor 46 is rotated, the sliding resistance of the protrusion 28 with respect to the opposing wall 46C can be reduced, and the sliding resistance prevents the rotation of the driving body 42 with respect to the stand 40 by the storage device 38. This can be more sufficiently suppressed.

  Further, the three protrusions 28 on the upper surface of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 are arranged on the same circle with the rotation center axis O as the center. Therefore, when the visor 46 is rotated, the three protrusions 28 can slide on the same circle of the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46, and the sliding resistance of the protrusion 28 with respect to the opposing wall 46C is further reduced. In addition, it is possible to more sufficiently prevent the sliding device 38 from inhibiting the rotation of the driving body 42 with respect to the stand 40 by the storage device 38, and it is possible to further suppress wear of the protrusion 28.

  Moreover, the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20 on which the protrusions 28 are provided is disposed below the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46. For this reason, when the visor 46 is rotated, the protrusion 28 slides on the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46 that is arranged on the upper side of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 and hardly adheres to foreign matters such as dust. In addition, the sliding resistance of the protrusion 28 with respect to the opposing wall 46C can be reduced, and the sliding resistance can prevent the rotation of the driving body 42 with respect to the stand 40 by the storage device 38 more sufficiently. Can be further suppressed.

  In the present embodiment, three protrusions 28 are provided on the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20. However, one, two, four or more protrusions 28 may be provided on the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20. For example, when four or more protrusions 28 are provided on the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20, it is preferable that at least three protrusions 28 are in contact with the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46. It is not necessary to contact the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46).

  In the present embodiment, the plurality of protrusions 28 are arranged on the same circle with the rotation center axis O as the center. However, the plurality of protrusions 28 do not have to be arranged on the same circle with the rotation center axis O as the center. For example, the protrusions 28 on the outer side in the vehicle width direction are the center of rotation relative to the other protrusions 28. It may be separated from the axis O.

  Furthermore, in the present embodiment, all the protrusions 28 of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 have the same shape. However, the shape of the protrusions 28 on the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 is not particularly limited, and all of the protrusions 28 may not be the same.

  Moreover, in the present embodiment, the protrusion 28 of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 is brought into point contact with the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46. However, the protrusion 28 of the upper wall 20 </ b> A of the base cover 20 may be brought into line contact or surface contact with the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46.

  In the present embodiment, the protrusion 28 is provided on the upper surface of the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20. However, the protrusion 28 may be provided on the lower surface of the opposing wall 46 </ b> C of the visor 46.

  Furthermore, in the present embodiment, the size of the gap 50 between the upper wall 20A of the base cover 20 and the opposing wall 46C of the visor 46 is defined by the protrusion 28. However, the size of the gap 22 between the door panel 12 </ b> A and the lower end of the base cover 20 may be defined by the protrusion 28.

  In the present embodiment, the vehicle mirror device of the present invention is applied to the vehicle door mirror device 10. However, the vehicle mirror device of the present invention may be applied to another vehicle outer mirror device (for example, a vehicle fender mirror device) outside the vehicle or a vehicle inner mirror device inside the vehicle.

10. Vehicle door mirror device (vehicle mirror device)
12 Door (vehicle side)
16 Base (support)
20 Base cover (support)
28 Protrusion (contact part)
40 Stand (support)
42 Driving body (rotating body)
44 frame (rotating body)
46 Visor (rotating body)
50 Clearance 52 Mirror surface adjustment device (rotating body)
54 Mirror (rotating body)

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  1. A support body supported on the vehicle body side;
    A rotating body that is supported by the support body and that is provided with a mirror, a gap is formed between the support body, and the mirror is stored or erected by being rotated with respect to the support body. ,
    A contact portion that is provided on one of the support and the rotating body and is in contact with the other of the support and the rotating body to define the gap size;
    Mirror device for vehicles provided with.
  2.   The vehicle mirror device according to claim 1, wherein the contact portion is brought into point contact with the other of the support body and the rotating body.
  3.   The vehicle mirror device according to claim 1, wherein three or more contact portions are provided.
  4.   The vehicle mirror device according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the plurality of contact portions are arranged on the same circle centered on a rotation center of the rotating body.
  5.   The vehicle mirror device according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein one of the support body and the rotating body is disposed below the other of the support body and the rotating body.
  6.   The vehicle mirror device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the contact portion is disposed on a protruding side of the rotating body with respect to the support body from a rotation center of the rotating body.
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