JP2015034003A - Vehicle equipment operation device - Google Patents

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JP2015034003A
JP2015034003A JP2014139961A JP2014139961A JP2015034003A JP 2015034003 A JP2015034003 A JP 2015034003A JP 2014139961 A JP2014139961 A JP 2014139961A JP 2014139961 A JP2014139961 A JP 2014139961A JP 2015034003 A JP2015034003 A JP 2015034003A
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広 余郷
Hiroshi Yogo
広 余郷
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a vehicle equipment operation device which enables downsizing and achieves excellent operability.SOLUTION: A vehicle equipment operation device 5 is used for operating equipment of a vehicle 1 and includes an operation panel 53 which recognizes operation input made by contact of a finger tip of a user and transmits information of the operation input to a door 3, which is operation object equipment E1 to be operated, to operate window glass 33 of the door 3. The operation panel 53 is provided at a front end part 38c of an arm rest 38 provided at the door 3 of the vehicle 1.

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  The present invention relates to a vehicle equipment operating device.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, as an operation device for operating various equipment such as a window glass, a seat, and an air conditioner of a vehicle, for example, a device having a printed circuit board on which electronic components are mounted, contacts, and the like are known (for example, patents) Reference 1).

  The vehicle equipment operating device described in Patent Document 1 is a device used for opening and closing a vehicle window glass, a sunroof, etc., and includes a passenger seat switch unit, a rear seat right switch unit, a rear seat left switch unit, a power window operation unit, and the like. A plurality of switch groups are provided. According to Patent Document 1, the window glass and the sunroof can be opened and closed by operating a switch.

  By the way, in recent years, in order to respond to the user's demands such as the comfort of the vehicle, vehicle equipment has been diversified. For this reason, a large number of vehicle equipment operating devices that operate various vehicle equipment are installed at various locations in the passenger compartment, and many switches are provided.

Japanese Patent No. 3384003

  However, in the prior art, since the switch is a contact system, it is necessary to add a safety function for preventing problems due to water intrusion or overcurrent. As a result, the vehicle equipment operating device tends to increase in size.

  Moreover, although a vehicle equipment operating device and a switch are needed for every equipment, the installation position of a vehicle equipment operating device and a switch will differ for every equipment. Thereby, since the user needs to recognize the installation position of the vehicle equipment operating device and the switch for each equipment, a problem remains in terms of improving the operability of the vehicle equipment operating device.

  Therefore, the present invention has been made in view of the above points, and an object of the present invention is to provide a vehicle equipment operating device that can be downsized and has excellent operability.

  In order to solve the above-described problems, a vehicle equipment operating device according to the present invention is a vehicle equipment operating device for operating equipment of a vehicle, and recognizes an operation input due to contact with an operation article and is operated. An operation panel that transmits information on the operation input to the operation equipment to operate the operated equipment is provided, and the operation panel is located in front of an intermediate portion in an anteroposterior direction of an armrest provided on the door of the vehicle. It is characterized by being provided.

According to the present invention, since the operation panel for recognizing the operation input due to the contact of the operation article and transmitting the operation input information to the operated equipment to operate the operated equipment is provided, For the equipment operating device, a contact type switch and a safety function for preventing contact failure due to water intrusion, overcurrent, or the like are not required. Therefore, compared with the prior art, the vehicle equipment operating device can be reduced in size and thickness.
Further, for example, the operated equipment can be operated by the user touching the operation panel with a fingertip or the like, so that the operated equipment can be operated by a simple operation, and the operability of the vehicle equipment operating device can be improved. .
In addition, since the operation panel is provided in front of the middle part in the front-rear direction of the armrest provided on the door of the vehicle, for example, by moving the fingertip only with the user placing the elbow on the armrest, The operated equipment can be operated by simply performing an operation input on the operation panel.
Therefore, it is possible to provide a vehicle equipment operating device that can be downsized and has excellent operability.

  In addition, a plurality of the operated equipment can be operated.

  In the prior art, since it is necessary to provide a plurality of vehicle equipment operating devices corresponding to a plurality of operated equipment, it is necessary to secure a space for installing a plurality of vehicle equipment operating devices in the vehicle interior. On the other hand, according to the present invention, it is possible to operate a plurality of operated equipment such as a vehicle window glass and a seat, an air conditioner, a sun visor, a door mirror, a navigation system, etc., with a single operation panel. An installation space for the vehicle equipment operating device can be saved, and a vehicle equipment operating device with excellent operability can be provided.

  In addition, the operation panel includes an image display unit that displays information on the operated equipment, and a plurality of the operated equipment can be operated. The image display unit has a predetermined value with respect to the operation panel. By performing an operation input, information on one of the operated equipment and information on the other operated equipment among a plurality of pieces of information on the operated equipment are switched and displayed.

In the prior art, it has been difficult to visually grasp the correspondence between the operated equipment and the vehicle equipment operating device when operating the vehicle equipment operating device. On the other hand, according to the present invention, the information on the operated equipment among the plurality of equipments of the vehicle is displayed to the user, so that the user can visually grasp the equipment to be operated and operate without mistake. Accordingly, erroneous operation of the operated equipment can be prevented.
Further, in the prior art, a plurality of vehicle equipment operating devices are provided corresponding to a plurality of operated equipment, and the installation positions of the respective vehicle equipment operating devices are different. There was a risk of complications. On the other hand, according to the present invention, by performing a predetermined operation input on the operation panel, information on one operated equipment and information on other operated equipment among the information on the plurality of operated equipment. Can be switched, so that the operated equipment can be switched by a simple operation. For this reason, for example, after the user touches the operation panel with the fingertip, the operation input method such as a so-called flick is used to move the operation panel at high speed so as to flip the operation panel in a predetermined direction on the operation panel. The information of the operated equipment can be switched and displayed. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device which is excellent in operativity and can switch an operated equipment easily.

  In addition, an interior member is provided on a side surface of the vehicle door inside the vehicle door, and a concave portion that is recessed toward the outside of the vehicle interior is formed in a portion of the interior member corresponding to the operation panel.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to prevent the operation article from interfering with the interior member of the vehicle door when the operation panel is operated. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device excellent in operativity.

  In addition, the operation panel is operated by a user's finger as the operation article, and a placement unit on which the user's palm can be placed is provided behind the operation panel.

  According to the present invention, since the placement unit capable of placing the palm of the user is provided, the operation panel can be operated by moving only the fingertip while placing the palm on the placement unit. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device excellent in operativity.

  In addition, the operation panel is provided so as to face upward, and is formed so that the width in the left-right direction becomes wider from the rear toward the front.

  According to the present invention, the operation article can be moved in a wider range in the front portion of the operation panel. Therefore, for example, when the operation article is a user's finger, it is preferable when only the fingertip is moved to operate the operation panel with a palm placed behind the operation panel.

  In addition, the operation panel is provided so as to face upward, and is curved so that a front end portion warps upward.

  According to the present invention, for example, in the case where the operation article is a user's finger, it is possible to operate the operation panel by bringing the fingertip into contact with the front end of the curved operation panel and moving only the fingertip. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device excellent in operativity.

  Further, the operation panel is provided at a front end portion of the armrest so as to face rearward.

  The present invention is suitable for operating the operation panel by bringing the operation article into contact with the operation panel from behind.

  Further, the operation panel is a touch panel display of a multi-function portable information terminal, and the multi-function portable information terminal functions as the operation panel by downloading dedicated application software.

  When a dedicated touch panel display is provided as the vehicle equipment operating device, there is a risk of high costs. On the other hand, according to the present invention, since the multifunctional portable information terminal owned by the user can be functioned as a touch panel display, the cost of the vehicle equipment operating device can be reduced. In addition, for example, by performing ID registration of a multifunctional portable information terminal on the vehicle side and using a multifunctional portable information terminal registered in advance, the operated equipment can be easily operated while ensuring security.

  The multifunctional portable information terminal is formed to be detachable from the door of the vehicle.

  According to the present invention, since the multi-function portable information terminal is formed to be detachable from the door of the vehicle, the user can use the multi-function portable information terminal as a vehicle equipment operating device when driving the vehicle. It can be used as a normal multi-function portable information terminal after driving.

  Moreover, it has the cover member which covers the said operation panel.

  According to the present invention, erroneous operation can be prevented by covering the operation panel with the lid member.

  Further, the present invention is characterized in that a lock mechanism for locking and unlocking the operation panel by recognizing a predetermined signal is provided.

  According to the present invention, since the lock mechanism is provided, the operation panel can be locked and unlocked by the user inputting a predetermined signal to the vehicle equipment operating device. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device excellent in security.

According to the present invention, since the operation panel for recognizing the operation input due to the contact of the operation article and transmitting the operation input information to the operated equipment to operate the operated equipment is provided, For the equipment operating device, a contact type switch and a safety function for preventing contact failure due to water intrusion, overcurrent, or the like are not required. Therefore, compared with the prior art, the vehicle equipment operating device can be reduced in size and thickness.
Further, for example, the operated equipment can be operated by the user touching the operation panel with a fingertip or the like, so that the operated equipment can be operated by a simple operation, and the operability of the vehicle equipment operating device can be improved. .
In addition, since the operation panel is attached in front of the middle part in the front-rear direction of the armrest provided on the door of the vehicle, for example, by moving the fingertip only with the user placing the elbow on the armrest, The operated equipment can be operated by simply performing an operation input on the operation panel.
Therefore, it is possible to provide a vehicle equipment operating device that can be downsized and has excellent operability.

It is a perspective view which shows the vehicle interior of the vehicle provided with the vehicle equipment operation apparatus. It is a perspective view of a door when it sees from the vehicle interior side. It is a disassembled perspective view of a vehicle equipment operation device. It is explanatory drawing when the user is operating the vehicle equipment operating device. It is explanatory drawing of the operation panel which concerns on 2nd embodiment at the time of operating window glass. It is explanatory drawing of the operation panel which concerns on 2nd embodiment at the time of operating a sheet | seat. It is explanatory drawing of the operation panel which concerns on the modification of 2nd embodiment. It is a perspective view of the vehicle equipment operation device concerning other embodiments. It is a top view of the vehicle equipment operation device concerning other embodiments. It is a perspective view of the vehicle equipment operation device concerning other embodiments.

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FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a passenger compartment 2 of a vehicle 1 provided with a vehicle equipment operating device 5.
Below, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 which concerns on 1st embodiment of this invention is demonstrated, referring drawings. Note that the front-rear and left-right directions in the following description are the same as the front-rear, left-right directions in the vehicle 1 shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. In each figure, an arrow T indicates the front of the vehicle 1, an arrow LB indicates the left side of the vehicle 1, and an arrow H indicates the upper side of the vehicle 1. In the following, a so-called right-hand drive vehicle 1 in which a driver's seat 10 is arranged on the right side will be described as an example. For the sake of clarity, the passenger seat is not shown in FIG.

  The driver's seat 10 is a so-called power seat provided with a plurality of electric motors (not shown), for example, and is slidable in the front-rear direction via the seat rail 11. The seat 10 mainly includes a seat back 12 that supports the occupant's waist and back, a seat cushion 14 that supports the occupant's buttocks, and a headrest 16 that supports the occupant's head. The seat 10 is provided with an electric recliner mechanism (not shown) that can tilt the seat back 12 and an electric tilt mechanism (not shown) that can tilt the headrest 16.

  The instrument panel 4 of the vehicle 1 accommodates a navigation system 40 (corresponding to “interior product” in the claims). The navigation system 40 is for displaying the current position of the vehicle 1 or searching the route from the current position to the destination to guide the vehicle 1. The navigation system 40 includes a navigation control unit 41 and a navigation display 43. And mainly.

The navigation control unit 41 is provided inside the navigation system 40 and receives a positioning signal such as a GPS (Global Positioning System) signal using an artificial satellite, for example, and detects the current position of the vehicle 1. In addition, the navigation control unit 41 can transmit and receive information to and from a mobile information terminal (not shown) (for example, a so-called mobile phone) via short-range wireless communication such as Bluetooth (registered trademark). Yes.
The navigation display 43 is a liquid crystal display, for example, and is installed in the instrument panel 4 of the vehicle 1 so that the driver can visually recognize it. The navigation display 43 displays an image based on the map data stored in the navigation control unit 41.

FIG. 2 is a perspective view of the driver's seat side door 3 (hereinafter simply referred to as “door 3”) when viewed from the vehicle interior 2 side.
The door 3 includes a door panel 31 formed in a closed cross-sectional shape by joining a door skin (not shown) disposed outside the vehicle interior and a door inner panel 31 a disposed on the vehicle interior 2 side, and a window opening in the door panel 31. A door lining 34 (corresponding to an “interior member” in the claims) made of, for example, a resin material disposed below the door 32 and fixed to the vehicle interior 2 side of the door inner panel 31a, and a window glass 33 for opening and closing the window 32. And.
The window glass 33 opens and closes the window 32 by being lifted and lowered by an electric window regulator (not shown) housed between the door skin and the door inner panel 31a.

  A door lock unit 35 is disposed above and in front of the door lining 34 so as to be exposed to the vehicle interior 2 side. A door pocket 36 that opens upward is provided below the door lining 34.

The door lining 34 is provided with an armrest 38 between the door lock unit 35 and the door pocket 36, which is a substantially intermediate portion in the vertical direction. The armrest 38 has a predetermined width so as to project to the vehicle interior 2 side, and extends along the front-rear direction. The front portion of the armrest 38 in the front-rear direction is formed so as to incline gradually upward from the rear toward the front.
The rear end of the armrest 38 is an elbow rest 38a on which the driver's elbow is placed. An intermediate portion of the armrest 38 in the front-rear direction is an armrest pocket 38b that opens upward.

A vehicle equipment operating device 5 is provided at a front end portion 38c of the armrest 38 in front of an intermediate portion in the front-rear direction of the armrest 38.
The vehicle equipment operating device 5 is for operating various equipment provided in the vehicle 1. In the first embodiment, the window glass 33 of the door 3 described above is an equipment operated by the vehicle equipment operating device 5 (hereinafter referred to as “operated equipment E1”). By being operated, the window glass 33 of the door 3 can be moved up and down.

FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the vehicle equipment operating device 5.
As shown in FIG. 3, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 mainly includes a cover member 51, an operating panel 53, and a base plate 55.
The cover member 51 is a member formed of, for example, a resin material, and the outer surface 51a constitutes the exterior of the front end portion 38c (see FIG. 2) of the armrest 38. The cover member 51 functions as a design member that covers the operation panel 53 and decorates the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38.
An opening 51 b is provided at the center of the cover member 51. From the opening 51b of the cover member 51, the operation panel 53 is exposed to the outside.
A region behind the opening 51b of the cover member 51 is a placement portion 51c. The placement portion 51c is formed, for example, in an upwardly convex curved shape, and can place a user's palm as will be described later.

The operation panel 53 is formed in a rectangular shape having a longitudinal direction along the front-rear direction and a transversal direction along the left-right direction in plan view. The operation panel 53 includes an operation input unit 53a and a flat cable 53b.
The operation input unit 53a is a so-called touch pad that is provided on the main surface of the operation panel 53 and includes a touch sensor such as a capacitance sensor. Note that the touch sensor is not limited to a capacitance sensor, and may be a pressure sensor using a piezoelectric element or the like, for example. Further, the power of the operation panel 53 may be supplied from a battery built in the operation panel 53 or may be supplied from a battery mounted on the vehicle 1 (see FIG. 1).

FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram when the user is operating the vehicle equipment operating device 5.
As illustrated in FIG. 4, the operation input unit 53 a is configured to accept an operation input by contacting a user operation object, for example, a user's fingertip. At this time, the user's palm is placed on the placement portion 51c.
Here, a recessed portion 34 a that is recessed toward the outside of the passenger compartment is formed in a portion of the door lining 34 of the door 3 that corresponds to the operation panel 53. The recess 34a is formed to be bent outward from the passenger compartment as viewed from above. The concave portion 34a has a deepest position corresponding to the rear end portion of the operation panel 53, for example. The area corresponding to the rear end portion of the operation panel 53 is determined when the user moves the fingertip in the left-right direction and places an operation input to the operation input unit 53a while placing the palm on the placement unit 51c. This is a region where the amount of movement in the left-right direction is the largest.
The operation input method to the operation input unit 53a includes each operation input method called touch, long touch, release, tap, drag, flick, pinch in, pinch out, and the like.

The definition of each operation input method is as follows.
The touch is an operation input method in which a fingertip is brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a.
The long touch is an operation input method in which a fingertip is brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a for a predetermined time or more.
Release is an operation input method in which the fingertip that is in contact with the operation input unit 53a is separated from the operation input unit 53a.
The tap is an operation input method in which a fingertip is brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a and then the fingertip is separated from the operation input unit 53a.

The drag is an operation input method in which a predetermined position is used as a starting point and the operation input unit 53a is moved while keeping the fingertip in contact with the operation input unit 53a.
The flick is an operation input method in which after the fingertip is brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a, the fingertip is moved away from the operation input unit 53a while being moved in a predetermined direction at a predetermined speed or higher.
Pinch-in is an operation input method in which a plurality of fingertips are brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a and moved so as to be close to each other.
The pinch-out is an operation input method in which a plurality of fingertips are brought into contact with the operation input unit 53a and are moved away from each other.

  For example, the operation input unit 53a recognizes the operation input by each of the operation input methods described above and transmits the operation input information to the window glass 33 (see FIG. 2) of the door 3 which is the operated equipment E1. Let In the first embodiment, operation input information to the operation input unit 53a is transmitted via an ECU (Electronic Control Unit) via a flat cable 53b extending from the operation panel 53, a not-shown vehicle harness, or the like. To the control device. A control device such as an ECU performs calculations based on information of operation inputs to the operation input unit 53a, and calculates a moving direction, a moving distance, and the like of the window glass 33. Next, the ECU applies a predetermined drive voltage to the electric window regulator of the door 3 based on the calculation results such as the moving direction and moving distance of the window glass 33. As a result, as shown in FIG. 2, the window glass 33 of the door 3 is driven in response to an operation input from the user to the operation input unit 53a, and opens and closes the window 32.

In the present embodiment, when the user drags the fingertip from the rear to the front on the operation input unit 53a, the window glass 33 moves upward by a predetermined distance to reduce the open area of the window 32. Further, when the user drags the fingertip from the front to the rear on the operation input unit 53a, the window glass 33 moves downward by a predetermined distance to increase the open area of the window 32. The moving distance of the window glass 33 is determined, for example, corresponding to the moving distance of the fingertip on the operation input unit 53a when the fingertip is dragged.
Further, when the user flicks the fingertip from the rear to the front on the operation input unit 53a, the window glass 33 moves upward to fully close the window 32. Further, when the user flicks the fingertip from the front to the rear on the operation input unit 53a, the window glass 33 moves downward to fully open the window 32.

  The base plate 55 is a flat member formed of, for example, a resin material or a metal material. The outer shape of the base plate 55 is slightly larger than the operation panel 53. The base plate 55 is fixed to the lower surface of the cover member 51 with, for example, screws (not shown). As a result, the operation panel 53 is sandwiched and held between the cover member 51 and the base plate 55.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 described above is attached at the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38 so that the surface of the operation input portion 53 a faces upward. Accordingly, the user touches the operation input unit 53a of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 with the fingertip in a state where the elbow is placed on the armrest 38a of the armrest 38, and touch, long touch, release, Operation input by each operation input method such as tap, drag, flick, pinch-in, and pinch-out can be performed.

  As shown in FIG. 4, for example, when the user drags the fingertip F by a predetermined distance from the front to the rear on the operation input unit 53a (see arrow S1 in FIG. 4), the operation input unit 53a performs an operation input by dragging. recognize. Next, as shown in FIG. 2, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 transmits operation input information to the door 3 which is the operated equipment E1. Thereby, the electric window regulator of the door 3 is driven, and the window glass 33 moves downward by a predetermined distance. That is, the window glass 33 operates so as to open the window 32 and increases the open area of the window 32.

As shown in FIG. 4, for example, when the user flicks the fingertip F from the rear to the front on the operation input unit 53a (see arrow S2 in FIG. 4), the operation input unit 53a recognizes the operation input by the flick. To do. Next, as shown in FIG. 2, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 transmits the operation input information to the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is the operated equipment E <b> 1 to operate it. Thereby, the electric window regulator of the door 3 is driven, the window glass 33 moves upward, and the window 32 is fully closed.
In this way, the user can easily open and close the window glass 33 by performing a predetermined operation input with the fingertip F on the operation input unit 53a.

According to the first embodiment, an operation panel 53 that recognizes an operation input caused by contact of the user's fingertip F and transmits the operation input information to the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is the operated equipment E1 is operated. Therefore, with respect to the vehicle equipment operating device of the prior art, a contact type switch and a safety function for preventing contact failure due to water intrusion, overcurrent or the like are not required. Therefore, compared with the prior art, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 can be reduced in size and thickness.
In addition, since the user can operate the window glass 33 of the door 3 as the operated equipment E1 by touching the operation panel 53 with the fingertip F, the window glass 33 of the door 3 can be operated by a simple operation. The operability of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 can be improved.
In addition, since the operation panel 53 is provided at the front end portion 38c of the armrest 38 provided on the door 3 of the vehicle 1, for example, the user places only the fingertip F with the elbow placed on the elbow rest 38a of the armrest 38. By moving the, the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is the operated equipment E1 can be operated by simply performing an operation input on the operation panel 53.
Therefore, it is possible to provide the vehicle equipment operating device 5 that can be miniaturized and has excellent operability.

  In addition, the window glass 33 of the vehicle 1 can be operated by a simple operation input method such as dragging or flicking by touching the operation panel 53 with the fingertip F. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operating device 5 for window glass excellent in operativity.

  Further, a door lining 34 is provided on the side surface of the vehicle interior 2 of the door 3 of the vehicle 1, and a recess 34 a that is recessed outside the vehicle interior is formed in a portion corresponding to the operation panel 53 in the door lining 34. It is possible to prevent the user's hand from interfering with the door lining 34 when the operation panel 53 is operated. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 excellent in operativity.

  Further, since a placement portion 51c on which the user's palm can be placed is provided behind the operation panel 53, the operation panel 53 is moved by moving only the fingertip F while placing the palm on the placement portion 51c. Can be operated. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 excellent in operativity.

(Second embodiment)
FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram of the operation panel 53 according to the second embodiment when operating the window glass 33.
FIG. 6 is an explanatory diagram of the operation panel 53 according to the second embodiment when operating the sheet 10.
In the vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to the first embodiment, the operation panel 53 is a so-called touch pad (see FIG. 4), and the operated equipment E1 in which the window glass 33 of the door 3 is operated by the vehicle equipment operating device 5 (FIG. 1).
On the other hand, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to the second embodiment is a so-called touch panel display in which the operation panel 53 includes an image display unit 54 as shown in FIGS. 33 (see FIG. 5) and the seat 10 (see FIG. 6) are different from the first embodiment in that they are operated equipment E1 and E2 that are operated by the vehicle equipment operating device 5, respectively. In addition, below, description is abbreviate | omitted about the component similar to 1st embodiment.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to the second embodiment can operate a plurality of operated equipment. In the present embodiment, the window glass 33 and the seat 10 of the door 3 are operated equipments E1 and E2 (see FIG. 1).

The operation panel 53 includes an image display unit 54 that displays information on the operated equipment E1 and E2. The image display unit 54 is a so-called touch panel display, and is provided on the entire surface of the operation input unit 53a.
An image model is displayed on the image display section 54 of the operation panel 53 as information on the operated equipment E1 and E2. In FIG. 5, the model M1 of the window glass 33 of the door 3 which is the first operated equipment E1 is displayed. In FIG. 6, a model M2 of the seat 10 which is the second operated equipment E2 is displayed.

  For example, flick operation input (corresponding to “predetermined operation input” in the claims) among the operation input methods is performed on the image display unit 54 with respect to the operation input unit 53a of the operation panel 53. A model M1 of the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is one operated equipment E1 and a model M2 of the seat 10 that is the second operated equipment E2 are switched and displayed. Specifically, in a state where one of the model M1 of the door 3 and the model M2 of the seat 10 is displayed on the image display unit 54, the one model displayed on the operation input unit 53a is displayed. After contacting the fingertip, flick in one of the left and right directions. As a result, the image display unit 54 can switch and display from one of the models M1 of the door 3 and the model M2 of the seat 10 to the other model.

As shown in FIG. 5, the operation input unit 53a recognizes the operation input and transmits operation input information to the door 3 that is the operated equipment E1.
When the window glass 33 of the door 3 is selected as the operated equipment E1, the user can move the window glass 33 of the door 3 up and down by dragging a fingertip on the operation input unit 53a of the operation panel 53. ing.
For example, in the model M1 of the door 3, after touching the point P1 corresponding to the upper part of the window glass 33 that is the operated part, the position of the point P2 is moved backward (downward in FIG. 5) on the operation input unit 53a. The window glass 33 moves downward by a predetermined distance to increase the open area of the window 32.

Here, the predetermined distance that the window glass 33 moves is determined in accordance with the movement distance of the fingertip when the user drags on the operation input unit 53a.
Thus, the window glass 33 is selected as the operated part of the operated equipment E1 when the fingertip contacts the part corresponding to the window glass 33 in the model M1 of the door 3. Further, when the fingertip is moved while being in contact with the image display unit 54 (that is, dragged), the window glass 33 moves in accordance with the moving direction of the fingertip.

As shown in FIG. 6, when the seat 10 is selected as the operated equipment E <b> 2, the user drags the fingertip on the operation input unit 53 a of the operation panel 53, so that the seat back 12 of the seat 10, the seat It is comprised so that the position of the cushion 14 and the headrest 16 can be moved.
For example, in the model M2 of the seat 10, after touching the point P3 corresponding to the upper part of the seat back 12, which is the operated part, when dragging rightward on the operation input unit 53a to the position of the point P4, The seat back 12 tilts backward.

Here, the predetermined distance by which the seat back 12 moves is determined corresponding to the moving distance of the fingertip when the user drags on the operation input unit 53a, as in the case of operating the window glass 33.
As described above, when the fingertip comes into contact with the part corresponding to the seat back 12 in the model M2 of the seat 10, the seat back 12 is selected as the operated part of the operated equipment E2. Further, when the fingertip is moved (that is, dragged) while being in contact with the image display unit 54, the seat back 12 is tilted according to the moving direction of the fingertip. Here, the operation of the seat back 12 is described as an example, but the seat cushion 14 and the headrest 16 can be operated in the same manner.

  According to the second embodiment, for example, the window glass 33 of the vehicle 1 and the operated equipment E1 and E2 of the seat 10 can be operated by the single operation panel 53, so that the installation space of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 is reduced. The vehicle equipment operating device 5 can be saved and has excellent operability.

  The operation panel 53 includes an image display unit 54 that displays models M1 and M2 that are information on the operated equipment E1 and E2, and information on the operated equipment E1 and E2 among the plurality of equipment of the vehicle 1. Is displayed to the user, so that the user can operate the equipment to be operated without making a mistake. Accordingly, erroneous operation of the operated equipment E1, E2 can be prevented.

  Further, by flicking left and right with respect to the operation panel 53, the model M1 of the window glass 33 of the door 3 which is one operated equipment E1 and the model M2 of the seat 10 which is another operated equipment E2 are switched. Since it is displayed, it is possible to switch the operation target between the door 3 as one operated equipment E1 and the seat 10 as another operated equipment E2 by a simple operation. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 which is excellent in operativity and can switch easily between the window glass 33 of the door 3 which is the to-be-operated equipment E1, and the sheet | seat 10 which is the to-be-operated equipment E2.

  Further, for example, when the user touches a part corresponding to the operated part of the operated equipment E1, E2 in the models M1, M2 with a fingertip, the operated part of the operated equipment E1, E2 can be selected. Further, the window glass 33 of the door 3 or the sheet 10 of the sheet 10 corresponding to the moving direction of the fingertip F by an operation input method such as dragging that moves the fingertip F while the user touches the image display unit 54 with the fingertip F, for example. The back 12 and the like can be operated. Accordingly, since the window glass 33 of the door 3 and the seat back 12 of the seat 10 which are the operated equipment E1 and E2 can be easily operated while visually grasping, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 having excellent operability is obtained. Can do.

(Modification of the second embodiment)
FIG. 7 is an explanatory diagram of the operation panel 53 according to a modification of the second embodiment.
The vehicle equipment operation device 5 according to the second embodiment is a so-called touch panel display in which the operation panel 53 includes an image display unit 54, and the window glass 33 and the seat 10 of the door 3 are operated by the vehicle equipment operation device 5. It became the to-be-operated equipment E1, E2 (refer FIG. 5 and FIG. 6).
On the other hand, for example, even if the operation panel 53 and the image display unit 54 are configured by the multi-function portable information terminal 58 as in the vehicle equipment operation device 5 according to the modification of the second embodiment shown in FIG. Good. In addition, below, description is abbreviate | omitted about the component similar to 2nd embodiment.

The vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to the modification of the second embodiment includes a multifunctional portable information terminal 58. The multi-function portable information terminal 58 is, for example, a multi-function mobile phone terminal (so-called smartphone) provided with a touch panel display 54a.
The cover member 51 has a bottomed receiving recess 52 that is recessed downward. The housing recess 52 is slightly larger than the outer shape of the multifunctional portable information terminal 58. The pair of wall portions 52a, 52a in both the front and rear directions of the housing recess 52 are tapered surfaces in which the separation distance increases from below to above. The multifunctional portable information terminal 58 can be accommodated in the accommodating recess 52 of the cover member 51 provided at the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38.

The multifunctional portable information terminal 58 may be capable of communicating with, for example, the navigation system 40 (see FIG. 1) via short-range wireless communication such as Bluetooth (registered trademark). Thereby, for example, the navigation system 40 which is an interior product of the vehicle 1 can be operated as the operated equipment. Furthermore, an air conditioner, a car audio, etc., which are other interior parts of the vehicle 1, can be operated as operated equipment via the navigation system 40.
In addition, the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 connects to an application server provided in a connection destination base station, and downloads a dedicated application for operating each equipment of the vehicle 1 (see FIG. 1), thereby It functions as the operating device 5.

  According to the modification of the second embodiment, the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 can function as a touch panel display, so that the cost of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 can be reduced. Further, for example, by registering a predetermined multifunctional portable information terminal 58 in the navigation system 40 of the vehicle 1 or the like and using the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 registered in advance, the security of the vehicle 1 can be ensured. Each operated equipment can be easily operated.

  Further, since the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 is detachably formed with respect to the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38, the user can use the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 as the vehicle equipment operation device 5 when the vehicle 1 is driven. At the same time, it can be used as a normal multi-function portable information terminal 58 after the vehicle 1 is driven.

  The technical scope of the present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and various modifications can be made without departing from the spirit of the present invention.

  In the first embodiment, the operation panel 53 is held between the cover member 51 and the base plate 55 by the base plate 55 being fixed to the lower surface of the cover member 51 with screws or the like. On the other hand, for example, the operation panel 53 may be insert-molded with respect to the cover member 51.

FIG. 8 is a perspective view of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to another embodiment.
In the first embodiment, the operation panel 53 is a flat touch pad (see FIG. 3). On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 8, for example, a film-like touch pad having flexibility may be adopted as the operation panel 53. Accordingly, the operation panel 53 can be provided even for the cover member 51 having a curved design. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 excellent in the design property. At this time, the operation panel 53 may be curved so that the front end portion 53c warps upward, for example. According to this configuration, the fingertip F (see FIG. 4) is brought into contact with the curved front end portion 53c of the operation panel 53, and the operation panel 53 can be operated by moving only the fingertip F. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 excellent in operativity.

FIG. 9 is a plan view of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to another embodiment.
In the first embodiment, the operation panel 53 is formed in a rectangular shape in plan view, and the width in the left-right direction is constant over the front-rear direction. On the other hand, for example, as shown in FIG. 9, the operation panel 53 is formed in a trapezoidal shape having a long side in the front and a short side in the rear, and the width in the left-right direction is from the rear. You may form so that it may become wide toward the front. Further, the operation panel 53 may be formed in a fan shape having a circular arc forward in plan view, and may be formed so that the width in the left-right direction increases from the rear toward the front. According to this configuration, the fingertip F can be moved in a wider range in the front portion of the operation panel 53. Therefore, it is preferable when only the fingertip F is moved to operate the operation panel 53 in a state where the palm is placed on the placement portion 51 c behind the operation panel 53.

  In the first embodiment, the operated equipment E1 is the window glass 33 of the door 3 on the driver's seat side, and in the second embodiment, the operated equipment E1, E2 is the window glass 33 of the door 3 and the driver's seat on the driver's seat side, respectively. Although it is the sheet | seat 10 of the side, to-be-operated equipment is not limited to each embodiment. Accordingly, the operated equipment may be, for example, the window glass of the passenger seat side door, the window glass 33 of the rear seat side door, the door mirror, or the passenger seat side door. It may be a seat, a seat on the rear seat side, an air conditioner, a sun visor, a navigation system, etc., which are interior parts of the vehicle 1, or various combinations of these equipments. May be.

  In the first embodiment, the predetermined distance that the window glass 33 moves is determined according to the movement distance of the fingertip when the user drags on the operation input unit 53a, but the window glass 33 moves. The method for determining the predetermined distance is not limited to the first embodiment. Therefore, for example, the predetermined distance that the window glass 33 moves may be determined corresponding to the time during which the user's fingertip is in contact with the operation input unit 53a.

  In the second embodiment, a model M1 of the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is the first operated equipment E1, and the second operation input by flicking the operation input unit 53a of the operation panel 53. The model M2 of the seat 10 that is the operated equipment E2 has been switched and displayed, but is not limited to this mode. Therefore, for example, by tapping the operation input portion 53a of the operation panel 53, the model M1 of the window glass 33 of the door 3 that is the first operated equipment E1 and the seat 10 that is the second operated equipment E2 are displayed. The model M2 may be switched and displayed.

  In the second embodiment, the seat back 12 is described as an example of the operated part of the seat 10 that is the operated equipment E2, but the operated part is not limited to the seat back 12. Therefore, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 allows the seat cushion 14, the headrest 16, the lumbar support, the side support, the ottoman mechanism of the seat 10, the slide mechanism of the seat rail of the seat 10, the temperature of the seat heater and the seat cooler provided in the seat 10, for example. You may operate an adjustment mechanism etc.

  In each embodiment, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 is provided at the front end portion 38c of the armrest 38. However, the installation location of the vehicle equipment operating device 5 is not limited to the front end portion 38c of the armrest 38. What is necessary is just to be ahead rather than the intermediate part in the front-back direction. Therefore, for example, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 may be provided in front of the extension of the armrest 38, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 may be provided in front of and above the extension of the armrest 38, or the armrest 38 may be extended. The vehicle equipment operating device 5 may be provided in front of and below the vehicle.

  Furthermore, in 2nd embodiment, it is good also as a structure which the operation panel 53 returns to an initial state (for example, the state which can operate the window glass 33 of the door 3 which is the to-be-operated equipment E1), for example by tapping the operation panel 53. . As a result, even if the operation target equipment to be operated becomes unknown during operation of the operation panel 53, the desired operation target equipment can be operated after returning to the initial state.

  Further, in each embodiment, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 is provided at the front end portion 38c of the armrest 38 in the door 3 on the driver seat side. However, the door on which the vehicle equipment operating device 5 is provided is the door 3 on the driver seat side. It is not limited. Therefore, the vehicle equipment operating device 5 may be provided at the front end portion of the armrest in the door on the passenger seat side or the front end portion of the armrest in the door on the rear seat.

  In each embodiment, the user's fingertip F has been described as an example of the operation article for operating the operation input unit 53a of the operation panel 53. However, the operation article is not limited to the user's fingertip F. For example, a touch pen held by a user may be used.

  In each embodiment, the operation input portion 53 a of the operation panel 53 is always exposed from the opening 51 b of the cover member 51. On the other hand, for example, a cover member that closes the opening 51 b of the cover member 51 and covers the operation input portion 53 a of the operation panel 53 may be provided. The lid member may be configured to open and close the opening 51b of the cover member 51 by sliding in a predetermined direction along the operation input portion 53a of the operation panel 53. According to this configuration, it is possible to prevent an erroneous operation of the operation panel 53 by covering the operation panel 53 with the lid member when the operation panel 53 is not used.

FIG. 10 is a perspective view of a vehicle equipment operating device 5 according to another embodiment.
In each embodiment, the operation input unit 53a of the operation panel 53 faces upward. On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 10, an operation panel 53 may be provided at the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38 so that the operation input portion 53 a faces rearward. This configuration is suitable when the operation panel 53 is operated from the rear by bringing an operation object such as a user's fingertip F into contact with the operation input unit 53a.

  The vehicle equipment operation device 5 of each embodiment may include a lock mechanism that locks and unlocks the operation panel 53 by recognizing a predetermined signal. The predetermined signal may be, for example, a signal of information related to the user's fingerprint, or a signal of information related to the operation of the fingertip F set by the user. According to this configuration, the operation panel 53 can be locked and unlocked when the user inputs a predetermined signal to the vehicle equipment operating device 5. Therefore, it can be set as the vehicle equipment operation apparatus 5 excellent in security.

  In the second embodiment, by dragging the fingertip F along the front-rear direction with respect to the window glass 33 in the model M1 of the operation panel 53, the window glass 33 moves corresponding to the moving direction of the fingertip F with respect to the model M1. Was. On the other hand, for example, by dragging the fingertip F along the left-right direction corresponding to the position where the window glass 33 is to be moved with respect to the model M1 of the operation panel 53, the drag position of the fingertip F with respect to the model M1. It is good also as a structure to which the window glass 33 moves corresponding to.

  In each embodiment, the predetermined distance that the operated equipment E1 or the operated equipment E2 moves is determined corresponding to the moving distance of the fingertip F when the user drags on the operation input unit 53a. On the other hand, for example, a threshold is provided for the moving distance of the fingertip F when dragging, and the operated equipment E1 or the operated equipment E2 does not move when the moving distance of the fingertip F is less than the threshold. As described above, a dead zone of the operation panel 53 may be provided. Thereby, an erroneous operation of the operation panel 53 by the user can be prevented.

  In addition, in the modification of the second embodiment, the accommodation recess 52 capable of accommodating the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 is formed in the cover member 51. However, for example, a multifunctional portable information terminal is provided at the opening edge of the accommodation recess 52. A claw portion that can be locked to 58 may be provided. Thereby, the multifunctional portable information terminal 58 can be attached to and detached from the housing recess 52 of the cover member 51 provided at the front end portion 38 c of the armrest 38.

  In addition, it is possible to appropriately replace the components in the above-described embodiments with known components without departing from the spirit of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Vehicle 3 Door 5 Vehicle equipment operating device 34 Door lining (interior member)
38 Armrest 40 Navigation system (interior)
53 Operation Panel 54 Image Display Unit 54a Touch Panel Display 58 Multifunction Portable Information Terminal E1, E2 Operated Equipment F Fingertip (Operation Object)
M1, M2 model

Claims (12)

  1. A vehicle equipment operating device for operating the equipment of a vehicle,
    An operation panel for recognizing an operation input due to contact with an operation article and transmitting information on the operation input to the operated equipment to be operated to operate the operated equipment,
    The vehicle equipment operating device, wherein the operation panel is provided in front of an intermediate portion in the front-rear direction of an armrest provided on a door of the vehicle.
  2. The vehicle equipment operating device according to claim 1,
    A vehicle equipment operating device capable of operating a plurality of the operated equipment.
  3. The vehicle equipment operating device according to claim 1 or 2,
    The operation panel has an image display unit that displays information of the operated equipment.
    It is possible to operate a plurality of the operated equipment,
    By performing a predetermined operation input to the operation panel on the image display unit, information on one operated equipment and information on other operated equipment among a plurality of pieces of operated equipment information And a vehicle-equipment operating device, wherein and are switched and displayed.
  4. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    An interior member is provided on the vehicle interior side of the vehicle door,
    A vehicle equipment operating device characterized in that a concave portion recessed toward the outside of the passenger compartment is formed in a portion corresponding to the operation panel in the interior member.
  5. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The operation panel is operated by a user's finger as the operation article,
    A vehicle equipment operating device, characterized in that a mounting portion capable of mounting the user's palm is provided behind the operating panel.
  6. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
    The vehicle equipment operating device, wherein the operation panel is provided so as to face upward, and is formed so that a width in a left-right direction becomes wider from the rear toward the front.
  7. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 6,
    The vehicle operating device according to claim 1, wherein the operation panel is provided so as to face upward, and is curved so that a front end portion warps upward.
  8. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
    The vehicle equipment operating device, wherein the operation panel is provided at a front end portion of the armrest so as to face rearward.
  9. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 8,
    The operation panel is a touch panel display of a multifunctional portable information terminal,
    The multi-function portable information terminal functions as the operation panel by downloading dedicated application software.
  10. The vehicle equipment operating device according to claim 9,
    The multi-function mobile information terminal is detachably attached to a door of the vehicle.
  11. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 10,
    A vehicle equipment operation device comprising a lid member that covers the operation panel.
  12. The vehicle equipment operating device according to any one of claims 1 to 11,
    A vehicle equipment operating device comprising a lock mechanism for locking and unlocking the operation panel by recognizing a predetermined signal.
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