JP2018125275A - Connector housing and connector unit - Google Patents

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JP2018125275A
JP2018125275A JP2017109219A JP2017109219A JP2018125275A JP 2018125275 A JP2018125275 A JP 2018125275A JP 2017109219 A JP2017109219 A JP 2017109219A JP 2017109219 A JP2017109219 A JP 2017109219A JP 2018125275 A JP2018125275 A JP 2018125275A
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朋浩 浦島
Tomohiro Urashima
朋浩 浦島
暢志 中村
Masashi Nakamura
暢志 中村
芳晴 石井
Yoshiharu Ishii
芳晴 石井
啓行 佐々木
Hiroyuki Sasaki
啓行 佐々木
健次 根本
Kenji Nemoto
健次 根本
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    • HELECTRICITY
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    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
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    • H01R13/514Bases; Cases composed as a modular blocks or assembly, i.e. composed of co-operating parts provided with contact members or holding contact members between them
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01RELECTRICALLY-CONDUCTIVE CONNECTIONS; STRUCTURAL ASSOCIATIONS OF A PLURALITY OF MUTUALLY-INSULATED ELECTRICAL CONNECTING ELEMENTS; COUPLING DEVICES; CURRENT COLLECTORS
    • H01R13/00Details of coupling devices of the kinds covered by groups H01R12/70 or H01R24/00 - H01R33/00
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    • H01R13/516Means for holding or embracing insulating body, e.g. casing, hoods
    • H01R13/518Means for holding or embracing insulating body, e.g. casing, hoods for holding or embracing several coupling parts, e.g. frames

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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a connector housing which can be easily fixed to a cylindrical member in a state in which an appropriate posture is maintained even when the connector housing is disposed on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member.SOLUTION: A connector housing 10 according to the present invention has a tubular side wall 20, and a concave surface 51 that is depressed in an arc shape and extends in one direction and is pressed against a corrugated tube C along the extending direction of the corrugated tube C is formed on a lower wall 50 on the outer peripheral surface of the side wall 20.SELECTED DRAWING: Figure 4

Description

  The present invention relates to a connector housing and a connector unit.

  Conventionally, by winding a tape so that the outer peripheral surface of the wire bundle and the outer peripheral surface of the connector housing are collectively covered with the outer peripheral surface of the connector housing in contact with the outer peripheral surface of the wire bundle, A technique for fixing a connector housing to a surface is known (see Patent Document 1).

  In the connector housing described in the above document, a rib protruding outward is provided on the side wall on the other side opposite to the side on which the wire bundle contacts, and the tape is wound around the rib. Yes. Thereby, the shift | offset | difference of a tape can be suppressed.

JP 2009-170289 A

  By the way, in the above-mentioned Patent Document 1, it is described that the connector housing is fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the electric wire bundle disposed inside the cylindrical corrugated pipe (hereinafter sometimes referred to as a cylindrical member). It is also conceivable to fix the connector housing to the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member. In such a case, the cylindrical member that is harder than the electric wire bundle does not deform as much as the electric wire bundle in accordance with the shape of the connector housing even if the connector housing is disposed and pressed against the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member. For this reason, even if the connector housing is pressed against the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member, the posture of the connector housing is not stable with respect to the cylindrical member. Therefore, the connector housing can be fixed to the cylindrical member while maintaining an appropriate posture. It was not easy.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above-described circumstances, and an object thereof is to fix the cylindrical member to the cylindrical member in a state where an appropriate posture is maintained even when the cylindrical member is disposed on the outer peripheral surface. An object is to provide an easy connector housing and connector unit.

In order to achieve the above-described object, a connector housing according to the present invention is characterized by the following (1) to (5).
(1) A connector housing having a cylindrical side wall,
On one side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall, a concave surface that is recessed in an arc shape and extends in one direction is formed so as to be pressed against the cylindrical member along the one direction along the extending direction of the cylindrical member. Was
A connector housing characterized by that.
(2) A connector housing configured as described in (1) above,
The concave surface includes a plurality of types of arc portions with different curvature radii,
A connector housing characterized by that.
(3) A connector housing configured as described in (2) above,
The concave surface includes a first arc portion having a relatively small radius of curvature and a second arc portion having a relatively large radius of curvature provided on both outer sides of the first arc portion. ,
A connector housing characterized by that.
(4) The connector housing according to any one of (1) to (3) above,
The concave surface is formed with an engaging protrusion that engages a valley of a corrugated tube formed in a bellows shape.
A connector housing characterized by that.
(5) The connector housing according to (4) above,
The engagement protrusion is a rib provided along the circumferential direction of the concave surface.
A connector housing characterized by that.
(6) A connector housing of any one of the above (1) to (5),
Two ribs that protrude outward and extend in a direction intersecting the one direction are formed on the other side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall different from the one side.
A connector housing characterized by that.
(7) A connector housing configured as described in (6) above,
The rib is formed on the other side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall opposite to the one side,
In the concave surface, the two connector housings are oriented in the same direction so that the concave surface formed on the one side of one connector housing and the rib formed on the other side of the other connector housing face each other. When arranged in, a notch into which the rib can enter was formed,
A connector housing characterized by that.

According to the connector housing having the configuration (1), a concave surface that is recessed in an arc and extending in one direction is formed on one side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall. Therefore, even when the connector housing is disposed on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member, the connector housing is cylindrical by pressing the connector housing against the cylindrical member with one direction of the concave surface being along the extending direction of the cylindrical member. An appropriate posture with respect to the member can be maintained. In this state, by wrapping the tape so that the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical member and the outer peripheral surface of the side wall of the connector housing are collectively covered, the connector housing is cylindrical in a state where an appropriate posture is maintained with respect to the cylindrical member. It can be easily fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the member.
According to the connector housing having the configurations of (2) and (3) above, the concave surface includes a plurality of types of arc portions having different radii of curvature, so the connector housing is fixed to each of a plurality of types of cylindrical members having different outer diameters. Even if it is necessary to do so, the connector housing can maintain an appropriate posture with respect to each cylindrical member.
According to the connector housing having the configuration (4), the connector housing can be hooked on the corrugated tube. For this reason, when winding a tape so that the outer peripheral surface of a corrugated tube and the outer peripheral surface of a connector housing may be covered collectively, it can suppress that a connector housing slides on the outer surface of a corrugated tube. As a result, the operator can stably perform tape winding on the connector housing fixed on the outer surface of the corrugated tube.
According to the connector housing having the above configuration (5), the engagement protrusion is secured with sufficient engagement with respect to the valley formed along the circumferential direction of the corrugated tube. As a result, it is possible to further suppress the connector housing from sliding on the outer surface of the corrugated tube.
According to the connector housing having the configuration (6), the rib that protrudes outward and extends in a direction intersecting with one direction is formed on the other side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall different from the one side. Therefore, when winding the tape, the tape can be easily wound on the basis of the rib, and the end face in the width direction of the tape is positioned in the vicinity of the rib (or the end face in the width direction of the tape is brought into contact with the rib). B) By winding the tape, deviation of the tape is suppressed.
According to the connector housing having the configuration (7), the recess is formed with a notch into which the rib of the mating connector housing can enter when the two connector housings are arranged in the same direction. Therefore, when a plurality of connector housings are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction so that one rib in an adjacent connector housing enters the other concave notch, such a notch is not provided. The assembly height can be reduced as compared with. Each connector housing is used by being fixed to a cylindrical member. However, a plurality of connector housings may be fixed in a car body or an electric junction box. For this reason, when the plurality of connector housings are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction and assembled to the vehicle body, the electrical junction box, or the like, the space occupied by the entire plurality of connector housings can be reduced.

In order to achieve the above-described object, the connector unit according to the present invention is characterized by the following (8).
(8) a first connector housing as a connector housing having the configuration of (7) above;
A second connector housing as a connector housing having the configuration of (7);
With the rib formed on the other side of the second connector housing entering the notch formed on the one side of the first connector housing, the first connector housing and the second connector housing A connecting member for fixing the connector housing of
A connector unit comprising:

  According to the connector housing having the configuration (8), the notch into which the rib of the mating connector housing can enter when the two connector housings are arranged in the same direction is formed on the concave surface. Therefore, when a plurality of connector housings are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction so that one rib in an adjacent connector housing enters the other concave notch, such a notch is not provided. The assembly height can be reduced as compared with. Each connector housing is used by being fixed to a cylindrical member. However, a plurality of connector housings may be fixed in a car body or an electric junction box. For this reason, when the plurality of connector housings are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction and assembled to the vehicle body, the electrical junction box, or the like, the space occupied by the entire plurality of connector housings can be reduced.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, even if it is a case where it is a case where it arrange | positions on the outer peripheral surface of a cylindrical member, the connector housing which is easy to fix to a cylindrical member in the state with the appropriate attitude | position maintained can be provided.

  The present invention has been briefly described above. Further, details of the present invention will be further clarified by reading a form for carrying out the invention described below (hereinafter referred to as “embodiment”) with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to the first embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a front view of the connector housing shown in FIG. FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the connector housing shown in FIG. 1 as viewed from above. 4 is a perspective view showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 1 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 5A is a front view showing the state shown in FIG. 4, and FIG. 5B is a side view showing a state where the connector housing shown in FIG. 1 is fixed to the corrugated tube using a tape. FIG. 6 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 7 is a front view of the connector housing shown in FIG. Fig.8 (a) is the perspective view which looked at the connector housing shown in FIG. 6 from the downward direction, FIG.8 (b) is a figure for demonstrating the detailed shape of a concave surface. FIG. 9 is a front view showing a state in which the two connector housings shown in FIG. 6 are arranged in the same direction so that the rib of one connector housing enters the notch of the concave surface of the other connector housing. FIG. 10A is a perspective view of the connecting plate, and FIG. 10B is a front view of the connecting plate. FIG. 11 is a front view of a connection connector housing in which a plurality of connector housings shown in FIG. 6 are fixed by connection plates. FIG. 12A to FIG. 12C are diagrams showing the first half of the procedure when the connecting connector housing is assembled using the connecting jig. FIG. 13A to FIG. 13C are diagrams illustrating the latter half of the procedure when the connecting connector housing is assembled using the connecting jig. FIG. 14 is a perspective view 1 of a connector housing according to a second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 15 is a perspective view 1 of a connector housing according to a second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 16 is a front view of a connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 17 is a rear view of the connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 18 is a left side view of the connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 19 is a right side view of the connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 20 is a plan view of a connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 21 is a bottom view of the connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 22 is a reference diagram showing a usage state of the connector housing according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 23 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 24 is a bottom view of the connector housing according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 25 is a perspective view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging projection, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 23 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 26 is a side view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging protrusion, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 23 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 27 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 28 is a bottom view of a connector housing according to a modification of the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 29 is a perspective view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging protrusion, showing a state where the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 27 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 30 is a side view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging projection, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 27 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 31A and FIG. 31B are perspective views of a connector housing according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIGS. 32A and 32B are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 33 (a) and 33 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 34 (a) and 34 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 35 (a) and 35 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 36 (a) and 36 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 37 (a) and 37 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. 38 (a) and 38 (b) are perspective views of a connector housing according to a reference example of the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

  Hereinafter, a connector housing according to each embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

[First Embodiment]
First, the connector housing 10 according to the first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.

  The resin connector housing 10 is a joint connector housing into which a mating connector housing (not shown) is fitted, and is used by being fixed to the outer peripheral surface of a cylindrical member called a corrugated tube or corrugated pinp. Housing. The joint connector includes joint terminals commonly connected to a plurality of terminals accommodated in a housing of the mating mating connector, and has a function of short-circuiting the plurality of terminals of the mating mating connector. It is a connector. In addition, there is a joint connector in which a terminal attached to the tip of an electric wire is directly inserted into the joint connector without using the above-mentioned mating connector, but the present invention is also applicable to this type of joint connector. Can do. Furthermore, the present invention can be applied not only to a joint connector but also to a general connector for connecting electric wires.

  Hereinafter, for convenience of explanation, as shown in FIG. 1, the x-axis direction (front-rear direction), the y-axis direction (left-right direction), the z-axis direction (up-down direction), and front, rear, left, right, up, down Define The front-rear direction, the left-right direction, and the up-down direction are directions orthogonal to each other.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the connector housing 10 includes a rectangular tubular side wall 20 extending in the front-rear direction, and a rear wall 30 connected to the side wall 20 so as to close the opening of the rear side end of the side wall 20, And has a box-like shape having an internal space S. The housing of the mating connector is fitted into the connector housing 10 by being inserted into the internal space S through the opening at the front end of the side wall 20.

  The side wall 20 includes an upper wall 40, a lower wall 50, a left wall 60, and a right wall 70. As shown in FIG. 3, a pair of parallel ribs 41 are formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40. The pair of ribs 41 protrude upward and extend in the left-right direction over the entire area of the upper wall 40 in the left-right direction. As will be described later, the pair of ribs 41 has a function of suppressing deviation of the tape T used for fixing the connector housing 10 to the cylindrical corrugated tube C (sometimes referred to as a cylindrical member). (See FIG. 5B described later).

  On the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the lower wall 50, a concave surface 51 that is recessed in an arc shape and extends in the front-rear direction over the entire front-rear direction of the lower wall 50 is formed. In this example, the concave surface 51 is configured by an arc portion having a single radius of curvature. As will be described later, the concave surface 51 is a surface that contacts the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C in order to fix the connector housing 10 to the corrugated tube C (see FIG. 5A described later). Therefore, it is preferable that the radius of curvature of the arc portion of the concave surface 51 is designed to be equal to the outer diameter of the corrugated tube C that contacts the concave surface 51.

  A pair of male side through locks 61 extending in the front-rear direction is formed on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the left wall 60, and a pair of female side through locks extending in the front-rear direction are formed on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the right wall 70. A lock 71 is formed. The pair of male side through locks 61 and the pair of female side through locks 71 can be fitted to each other.

  Accordingly, the two connector housings 10 are arranged in the same direction so that the pair of male side through locks 61 of one connector housing 10 and the pair of female side through locks 71 of the other connector housing 10 face each other. The two connector housings 10 can be connected and fixed by fitting the pair of male side through locks 61 to the pair of female side through locks 71.

  In a state where the two connector housings 10 are connected and fixed, a lock beak 62 (particularly, see FIG. 2) formed between a pair of male side through locks 61 is provided between a pair of female side through locks 71. By engaging with the projections 72 (see, in particular, FIG. 3), the pair of male side through locks 61 is prevented from coming off (separating) from the pair of female side through locks 71. .

  As shown in FIG. 2 in particular, a pair of slits 31 extending in the vertical direction are formed in the rear wall 30. The joint terminals (not shown) are inserted into the pair of slits 31 and fixed. As described above, the connector housing 10 can function as a housing for the joint connector by mounting the joint terminal on the connector housing 10 as described above.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 5, the connector housing 10 is used by being fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube. Hereinafter, a procedure for fixing the connector housing 10 to the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C will be described.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5A, first, the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10 is at a predetermined position in the extending direction of the corrugated tube C to which the connector housing 10 is to be fixed, and in the extending direction of the corrugated tube C. The connector housing 10 is arranged so as to be along, and the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 of the connector housing 10 is pressed against the corrugated tube C.

  Thereby, the connector housing 10 can maintain a proper posture with respect to the corrugated tube C, that is, a posture in which the connector housing 10 is not biased in the left-right direction with respect to the axis of the corrugated tube C. Further, even when the extending direction of the corrugated tube C is slightly or locally deviated from the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10 before the connector housing 10 is pressed, the corrugated tube C is pressed against the concave surface 51. A state in which the corrugated tube C of the portion extends straight in the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10 is obtained.

  Next, the tape T is wound so as to cover the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C and the outer peripheral surface of the side wall 20 of the connector housing 10 as shown in FIG. . At this time, the tape T is wound so as to pass through a region between the pair of ribs 41 provided on the upper wall 40.

  As a result, the connector housing 10 can be easily fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C in an appropriate posture along the longitudinal direction of the connector housing 10 in the extending direction of the corrugated tube C. Further, when winding the tape T, the tape T can be easily wound with the pair of ribs 41 as a reference. In addition, as shown in FIG. 5B, the tape T is arranged such that the end face in the width direction of the tape T is positioned in the vicinity of the rib 41 (or the end face in the width direction of the tape T is in contact with the rib 41). Is restrained from shifting in the width direction of the tape T (the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10).

<Operation and Effect of First Embodiment>
As described above, according to the connector housing 10 according to the first embodiment of the present invention, the concave surface 51 is formed on the outer peripheral surface of the lower wall 50. Therefore, even when the connector housing 10 is disposed on the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C, the connector housing 10 is pressed against the corrugated tube C with one direction of the concave surface 51 being along the extending direction of the corrugated tube C. Thus, the connector housing 10 can maintain an appropriate posture with respect to the corrugated tube C. In addition, by pressing the concave surface 51 against the corrugated tube C, a state in which the corrugated tube C of the portion pressed against the concave surface 51 extends straight in the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10 can be easily obtained. In this state, by winding the tape T so as to collectively cover the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C and the outer peripheral surface of the side wall of the connector housing 10, the extending direction of the corrugated tube C and the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10 are Thus, the connector housing 10 can be easily fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C in an appropriate posture.

  A pair of ribs 41 is formed on the upper wall 40. For this reason, when winding the tape T, the tape T can be easily wound with the pair of ribs 41 as a reference, and displacement in the width direction of the tape T (the front-rear direction of the connector housing 10) is suppressed.

[Second Embodiment]
Next, a connector housing 11 according to a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. The connector housing 11 includes the connector according to the first embodiment in that the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 includes a plurality of types of arc portions having different radii of curvature and that the notches 54 are provided at the four corners of the concave surface 51. Different from the housing 10. Hereinafter, the difference will be described in detail. 14 to 22 are views showing the connector housing 11 according to the second embodiment of the present invention in more detail (perspective view, perspective view 2, front view, rear view, left side view, right side view, Including a plan view, a bottom view, and a reference view showing the state of use), and the details of the present invention will be further clarified with reference to FIGS.

  In particular, as can be understood from FIGS. 8A and 8B, the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 of the connector housing 11 has a relatively small radius of curvature extending in the front-rear direction at the center in the left-right direction. A circular arc portion 52 (sometimes referred to as a first circular arc portion) and a pair of left and right circular arc portions 53 having a relatively large radius of curvature extending in the front-rear direction at both left and right outer portions of the circular arc portion 52 (second The arc portion may be referred to as an arc portion). The arc portion 52 and the arc portion 53 are formed so that their outer peripheral surfaces are continuous.

  For this reason, even when the connector housing 11 needs to be fixed to each of the two types of corrugated tubes C having different outer diameters, the connector housing 11 is fixed to the two types of corrugated tubes C in an appropriate posture. Is done. Specifically, when the connector housing 11 is fixed to the corrugated tube C having a relatively small outer diameter equivalent to the radius of curvature of the arc portion 52, the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C is the arc portion 52 in the concave surface 51. To touch. On the other hand, when the connector housing 11 is fixed to the corrugated tube C having a relatively large outer diameter equivalent to the radius of curvature of the arc portion 53, the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C is a pair of left and right arc portions 53 on the concave surface 51. To touch.

  Further, as can be understood from FIG. 8A, notches 54 are formed in the four corners of the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 of the connector housing 11 by notching both ends in the front-rear direction of the arc portion 53. . The bottom surface of each notch 54 forms part of one common plane extending in parallel in the front-rear direction and the left-right direction (parallel to the xy plane).

  As shown in FIG. 9, each notch 54 has two connector housings 11 arranged in the same direction so that the concave surface 51 of one connector housing 11 and the rib 41 of the other connector housing 11 face each other. The end portions of the corresponding ribs 41 are formed at positions where they can enter.

  Therefore, as shown in FIG. 9, the plurality of connector housings 11 are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction so that one rib 41 in the adjacent connector housing 11 enters the notch 54 of the other concave surface 51. Thus, the assembly height (the dimension in the left-right direction in FIG. 9) can be reduced as compared with the case where such a notch 54 is not provided. For this reason, when the plurality of connector housings 11 are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction and assembled to a vehicle body, an electric junction box, or the like, the space occupied by the entire plurality of connector housings 11 can be reduced.

  A plurality of connector housings 11 arranged and assembled in a line in the same direction as shown in FIG. 9 are connected to each other as shown in FIG. 11 by using the connecting plate 80 shown in FIG. 12 (sometimes referred to as a connector unit).

  As shown in FIG. 10, the connection plate 80 is a resin plate member having a longitudinal direction. A pair of through locks 81 having the same shape as the pair of female through locks 71 (see FIG. 7 and the like) of the connector housing 11 are provided on one side surface of the connecting plate 80 at a plurality of positions (the same in the longitudinal direction). In the example, it is provided in a row at three locations. On the other side surface of the connecting plate 80, a pair of through locks 82 having the same shape or a similar shape as the pair of through locks 81 are provided at the center in the longitudinal direction.

  As shown in FIG. 11, a pair of male through locks 61 of each connector housing 11 are connected to the connection plate 80 in a state where a plurality of connector housings 11 are assembled and arranged in a line in the same direction as shown in FIG. 9. The connecting connector housing 12 is obtained by fitting the pair of through locks 81 respectively. The pair of through locks 82 of the connection plate 80 can be used, for example, when the connection connector housing 12 is assembled to a vehicle body, an electric connection box, or the like.

  When the connecting connector housing 12 shown in FIG. 11 is assembled, it is convenient to use a connecting jig 90 as shown in FIGS. As shown in FIG. 12 (a), the connecting jig 90 is a resin-made box-like member having an opening at the top and a longitudinal direction.

  As shown in FIGS. 12B and 12C, a plurality of (three in this example) arranged in a line in the same direction as shown in FIG. The connector housing 11 is accommodated so that each pair of male through locks 61 faces upward. As a result, the side walls of the connecting jig 90 cover the plurality of connector housings 11, so that the plurality of connector housings 11 are fixed in a state in which the pair of male side through locks 61 do not move relative to each other while facing upward. The

  In this state, as shown in FIGS. 13 (a) and 13 (b), each pair of through locks 81 of the connecting plate 80 is fitted to a pair of male side through locks 61 of each connector housing 11. Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 13C, the connecting jig 90 is removed. As a result, the connecting connector housing 12 can be easily obtained.

<Functions and Effects Specific to Second Embodiment>
As mentioned above, according to the connector housing 11 which concerns on 2nd Embodiment of this invention, the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 is comprised including the circular arc part 52 and the circular arc part 53 from which a curvature radius differs. For this reason, even when it is necessary to fix the connector housing 11 to each of a plurality of types of corrugated tubes C having different outer diameters, the connector housing 11 maintains an appropriate posture with respect to each of the corrugated tubes C. Can do.

  In addition, at the four corners of the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50, notches 54 are formed by notching both ends in the front-rear direction of the arc portion 53. For this reason, by arranging and arranging a plurality of connector housings 11 in a line in the same direction so that one rib 41 in the adjacent connector housing 11 enters the notch 54 of the other concave surface 51, such a cut is provided. As compared with the case where the notch 54 is not provided, the assembly height (the dimension in the left-right direction in FIG. 9) can be reduced.

[Third Embodiment]
Next, a connector housing 13 according to a third embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. The connector housing 13 is different from the connector housing 10 according to the first embodiment or the connector housing 11 according to the second embodiment in that an engagement protrusion 55 is provided on the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50. Hereinafter, the difference will be described in detail. FIG. 23 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 24 is a bottom view of the connector housing according to the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 25 is a perspective view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging projection, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 23 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 26 is a side view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging protrusion, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 23 is pressed against the corrugated tube.

  The engagement protrusion 55 is a protrusion protruding from the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 as shown in FIGS. In the connector housing 13 according to the third embodiment, the engagement protrusion 55 is provided at the approximate center in the front-rear direction (x-axis direction) on the concave surface 51. Further, the engagement protrusion 55 is a protrusion extending along the left-right direction (y-axis direction). In other words, the engagement protrusion 55 is a rib provided along the circumferential direction of the concave surface 51 recessed in an arc shape. As shown in FIGS. 25 and 26, the engagement protrusion 55 has a shape that engages with a valley of the corrugated tube C formed in a bellows shape. For this reason, the protrusion height of the engaging protrusion 55 from the concave surface 51 is set to be approximately the same as the distance between the peaks and the valleys on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C.

  Next, a connector housing 14 according to a modification of the third embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. FIG. 27 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 28 is a bottom view of a connector housing according to a modification of the third embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 29 is a perspective view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging protrusion, showing a state where the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 27 is pressed against the corrugated tube. FIG. 30 is a side view of the connector housing as viewed in a longitudinal section passing through the engaging projection, showing a state in which the concave surface of the connector housing shown in FIG. 27 is pressed against the corrugated tube.

  In the connector housing 13, the engaging protrusion 55 is provided at the substantially center in the front-rear direction (x-axis direction) on the concave surface 51, whereas in the connector housing 14, as shown in FIGS. Is provided along the front end face of the concave surface 51. The connector housings 13 and 14 are different in locations where the engagement protrusions 55 and 56 are provided.

  As can be seen from the connector housings 13, 14, the engagement protrusions 55, 56 can obtain the functions and effects peculiar to the third embodiment described below, regardless of where the concave projections 51 are provided in the front-rear direction (x-axis direction). be able to.

<Functions and Effects Specific to Third Embodiment>
According to the connector housings 13 and 14 according to the third embodiment of the present invention, the engagement protrusions 55 and 56 are formed on the concave surface 51. For this reason, when the connector housings 13 and 14 are disposed on the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C, the engaging protrusions 55 and 56 engage with the valleys of the corrugated tube C formed in a bellows shape. Thereby, the connector housings 13 and 14 can be hooked on the corrugated tube C. For this reason, when the tape T is wound so as to cover the outer peripheral surface of the corrugated tube C and the outer peripheral surfaces of the side walls 20 of the connector housings 13 and 14, the connector housings 13 and 14 are placed on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C. Slipping can be suppressed. As a result, the operator can stably perform tape winding on the connector housings 13 and 14 fixed on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C.

  The engaging protrusions 55 and 56 are ribs provided along the circumferential direction of the concave surface 51 that is recessed in an arc shape. With this structure, the engagement protrusions 55 and 56 have a sufficient engagement margin with respect to the valley formed along the circumferential direction of the corrugated tube C. As a result, it is possible to further suppress the connector housings 13 and 14 from sliding on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C.

  In the third embodiment, the form in which the engagement protrusion 55 is a protrusion has been described. The shape of the engagement protrusion may not be a protrusion. For example, even with a conical or cylindrical protrusion protruding at one location, the engaging protrusions 55 and 56 can engage with the valley of the corrugated tube C formed in a bellows shape. Thus, the shape of the engagement protrusion can be appropriately changed according to the degree of the engagement allowance to be secured for the valley formed along the circumferential direction of the corrugated tube C.

  Further, it has been described that the protrusion height of the engaging protrusion from the concave surface 51 is substantially the same as the distance between the peaks and the valleys on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C. The protruding height of the engaging protrusion may be shorter or longer than the distance between the peaks and valleys on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C. By lowering the protrusion height of the engagement protrusion, the engagement allowance to be secured with respect to the valley formed along the circumferential direction of the corrugated tube C becomes shallow, and on the other hand, the protrusion height of the engagement protrusion is increased. As a result, the dependency is deepened. Thus, the engagement force required for the engagement protrusion can be adjusted by the length of the protrusion height of the engagement protrusion. In addition, by setting the protrusion height of the engagement protrusion to be longer than the distance between the peaks and valleys on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C, the tip of the engagement protrusion comes into contact with the corrugated tube C. Even in this case, as long as the deformation to the extent that the outer surface of the corrugated tube C is allowed is allowed, there is no problem in stably performing the tape winding. In addition, when the engaging protrusion bites into the outer surface of the corrugated tube C, the connector housings 13 and 14 can be prevented from sliding on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C. As a result, the operator can stably perform tape winding on the connector housings 13 and 14 that are more firmly fixed on the outer surface of the corrugated tube C.

  The structure described in the third embodiment can be applied to the connector housing of the first embodiment or the second embodiment. In particular, the engagement protrusion described above can be applied to the concave surface 51 including the arc portion 52 and the arc portion 53 having different radii of curvature described in the second embodiment. In this case, an engagement protrusion is provided on each of the arc portion 52 and the arc portion 53.

[Fourth Embodiment]
Next, a connector housing 15 according to a fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. In the connector housing 15, the shape of the rib 42 formed on the outer peripheral surface of the upper wall 40 is the connector housing 10 according to the first embodiment, the connector housing 11 according to the second embodiment, or the connector according to the third embodiment. Different from the ribs 41 of the housings 13 and 14. Hereinafter, the difference will be described in detail. FIG. 31A and FIG. 31B are perspective views of a connector housing according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

  In the connector housing according to the first to third embodiments, a pair of parallel ribs 41 are formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 so as to face each other. In the connector housing 15 according to the fourth embodiment, the ribs 42 are formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40, but they are not formed to face each other. In other words, the front rib 43 positioned at the front end of the upper wall 40 is provided at the center in the left-right direction of the front end, and the rear end of the upper wall 40 positioned rearward from the front rib 43 is cut away. Yes. On the other hand, the rear ribs 44 positioned at the rear end of the upper wall 40 are provided on both sides in the left-right direction of the rear end, and the front end of the upper wall 40 positioned on the front side from the rear rib 44 is cut away. It is. Thus, the front side rib 43 and the rear side rib 44 are arrange | positioned alternately at the front-back direction both ends of the upper wall 40 so that the rib 42 may not mutually oppose.

  Next, connector housings 15B, 15C, 15D, 15E, 15F, and 15G according to modifications of the fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. FIG. 32 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 33 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 34 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 35 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 36 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 37 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

  In a connector housing 15B according to a modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention, as shown in FIG. 32, ribs 42B are formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40, but face each other. Is not formed. That is, the front rib 43B located at the front end of the upper wall 40 is provided on both sides in the left-right direction of the front end, and the rear end of the upper wall 40 located rearward from the front rib 43B is cut away. Yes. On the other hand, the rear rib 44B located at the rear end of the upper wall 40 is provided at the center in the left-right direction of the rear end, and the front end of the upper wall 40 located on the front side from the rear rib 44B is cut away. It is. As described above, the front ribs 43B and the rear ribs 44B are alternately arranged in the ribs 42B so that the ribs 42B do not face each other at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40.

  Moreover, as shown in FIG. 33, the connector housing 15C according to the modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention has ribs 42C formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40. It is not formed to face each other. That is, the front rib 43C positioned at the front end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the left side of the front end, and the rear end of the upper wall 40 positioned rearward from the front rib 43C is cut away. On the other hand, the rear rib 44C located at the rear end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the right side of the rear end, and the front end of the upper wall 40 located on the front side from the rear rib 44C is cut away. Yes. As described above, the ribs 42C are alternately arranged with the front ribs 43C and the rear ribs 44C at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 so as not to face each other.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 34, the connector housing 15D according to the modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention has ribs 42D formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40. It is not formed to face each other. That is, the front rib 43D positioned at the front end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the left side of the front end, and the rear end of the upper wall 40 positioned rearward from the front rib 43D is cut away. On the other hand, the rear rib 44D located at the rear end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the right side of the rear end, and the front end of the upper wall 40 located on the front side from the rear rib 44D is cut away. Yes. Further, the width in the left-right direction of the front rib 43D is shorter than the width in the left-right direction of the rear rib 44D. As described above, the ribs 42D are alternately arranged with the front ribs 43D and the rear ribs 44D at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 so as not to face each other.

  Moreover, as shown in FIG. 35, the connector housing 15E according to the modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention has ribs 42E formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40. It is not formed to face each other. That is, the front rib 43E positioned at the front end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the left side of the front end, and the rear end of the upper wall 40 positioned rearward from the front rib 43E is cut away. On the other hand, the rear rib 44E located at the rear end of the upper wall 40 is provided on the right side of the rear end, and the front end of the upper wall 40 located on the front side from the rear rib 44E is cut away. Yes. Further, the width in the left-right direction of the front rib 43E is longer than the width in the left-right direction of the rear rib 44E. Thus, the front side rib 43E and the rear side rib 44E are arrange | positioned alternately at the front-back direction both ends of the upper wall 40 so that the rib 42E may not mutually oppose.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 36, the connector housing 15F according to the modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention has ribs 42F only on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the front end of the upper wall 40 in the left-right direction of the front end. It is formed over the entire length and is not formed on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the rear end portion of the upper wall 40.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 37, the connector housing 15G according to the modification of the fourth embodiment of the present invention has ribs 42G only on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the rear end portion of the upper wall 40. It is formed over the entire length in the direction, and is not formed on the outer peripheral surface (outer surface) of the front side end portion of the upper wall 40.

<Functions and Effects Specific to Fourth Embodiment>
When the connector housing of the present invention is manufactured by resin molding using a mold, two molds are arranged in the front-rear direction of the connector housing in order to form the internal space S of the connector housing. At this time, as described above, the ribs 42, 42B, 42C, 42D, 42E, 42F, and 42G are formed so as not to face each other at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 (see FIGS. 31 to 35). Alternatively, by forming at one of the end portions in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 (see FIGS. 36 and 37), the die cutting is simplified. That is, when the ribs are formed at positions facing each other at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40, it is necessary to form the ribs using a slide core that slides in the left-right direction or the up-down direction. On the other hand, the connector housing 15 according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention does not need to be punched using the slide core, so that the molding process can be simplified.

  Even if the ribs 42, 42B, 42C, 42D, 42E, 42F, and 42G are formed as described above, when the tape T is wound around the connector housing 15, it is positioned between the pair of ribs 42, 42B, 42C, 42D, and 42E. Or the tape T can be easily wound with reference to one of the ribs 42F and 42G. Moreover, the shift | offset | difference of the width direction (front-back direction of the connector housing 15) of the tape T is suppressed.

  If the die is cut without using the slide core, it may be considered that ribs are not provided at both ends in the front-rear direction of the upper wall 40 in the first place. FIG. 38 is a perspective view of a connector housing according to a reference example of the fourth embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 38, the connector housing 15H according to the reference example of the fourth embodiment of the present invention does not have ribs formed on the outer peripheral surfaces (outer surfaces) of the front end portion and the rear end portion of the upper wall 40. With such a configuration, it is possible to simplify die cutting.

  In addition, the structure described in the fourth embodiment can be applied to the connector housing of the first embodiment, the second embodiment, or the third embodiment.

<Other aspects>
In addition, this invention is not limited to said each embodiment, A various modification is employable within the scope of the present invention. For example, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and modifications, improvements, and the like can be made as appropriate. In addition, the material, shape, dimensions, number, location, and the like of each component in each embodiment described above are arbitrary and are not limited as long as the present invention can be achieved.

  Moreover, in the said 2nd Embodiment, although the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50 is comprised including two types of circular arc parts from which a curvature radius differs, the concave surface 51 comprises three or more types of circular arc parts from which a curvature radius differs. It may be configured to include.

  Moreover, in the said 2nd Embodiment, although the notch 54 which notched a part of circular arc part was formed in the concave surface 51 of the lower wall 50, such a notch does not need to be formed.

Here, the features of the embodiments of the connector housing and the connector unit according to the present invention described above are briefly summarized and listed in the following [1] to [6], respectively.
[1] A connector housing (10, 11) having a cylindrical side wall (20),
One side (lower wall 50) of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall (20) is a concave surface (51) that is recessed in an arc shape and extends in one direction, and the one direction is the extending direction of the cylindrical member (corrugated tube C). A concave surface (51) for being pressed against the cylindrical member (corrugated tube C) is formed along
A connector housing (10, 11) characterized in that.
[2] A connector housing configured as described in [1] above,
The concave surface (51) includes a plurality of types of arc portions (52, 53) having different radii of curvature.
A connector housing (11) characterized in that.
[3] A connector housing configured as described in [2] above,
The concave surface (51) includes a first arc portion (52) having a relatively small radius of curvature and a second arc having a relatively large radius of curvature provided on both outer sides of the first arc portion. An arc portion (53),
A connector housing (11) characterized in that.
[4] The connector housing according to any one of [1] to [3],
The concave surface (51) is formed with engagement protrusions (55, 56) that engage with valleys of the corrugated tube (C) formed in a bellows shape.
A connector housing (11) characterized in that.
[5] The connector housing according to [4] above,
The engagement protrusions (55, 56) are ribs provided along the circumferential direction of the concave surface (51).
A connector housing characterized by that.
[6] A connector housing according to any one of the above [1] to [5],
Two ribs (41) projecting outward and extending in a direction intersecting the one direction on the other side (upper wall 40) different from the one side (lower wall 50) on the outer peripheral surface of the side wall (20) Formed,
A connector housing (10, 11) characterized in that.
[7] A connector housing configured as described in [6] above,
The rib (41) is formed on the other side (upper wall 40) opposite to the one side (lower wall 50) of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall (20),
The concave surface (51) includes two concave connector surfaces (51) formed on one side (lower wall 50) of the connector housing and the other side (upper wall) of the other connector housing. When the ribs (41) formed in 40) are arranged in the same direction so as to face each other, a notch (54) into which the ribs (41) can enter is formed,
A connector housing (11) characterized in that.
[8] A first connector housing as a connector housing having the configuration of [7] above;
A second connector housing as a connector housing having the configuration of [7] above;
The rib (41) formed on the other side (upper wall 40) of the second connector housing in the notch (54) formed on the one side (lower wall 50) of the first connector housing. In a state where the first connector housing and the second connector housing are fixed, the connecting member (connecting plate 80),
A connector unit (connector connector housing 12).

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Connector housing 11 Connector housing 12 Connection connector housing 13 Connector housing 14 Connector housing 15 Connector housing 15B Connector housing 15C Connector housing 15D Connector housing 15E Connector housing 15F Connector housing 15G Connector housing 15H Connector housing 20 Side wall 30 Rear wall 31 Slit 40 Upper wall 41 Rib 42 Rib 42B Rib 42C Rib 42D Rib 42E Rib 42F Rib 42G Rib 43 Front Rib 43B Front Rib 43C Front Rib 43D Front Rib 43E Front Rib 44 Rear Rib 44B Rear Rib 44C Rear Rib 44D Rear Rib 44E Rear Rib 50 Lower wall 51 Concave surface 52 Arc portion 53 Arc portion 54 Notch 55 Engagement protrusion 56 Engagement protrusion 60 Left wall 61 Male side through lock 62 Lock beak 70 Right wall 71 Female side through lock 72 Protrusion 80 Connection plate 81 Through lock 82 Through lock 90 Connection jig C Corrugated tube S Internal space T Tape

Claims (8)

  1. A connector housing having a cylindrical side wall,
    On one side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall, a concave surface that is recessed in an arc shape and extends in one direction is formed so as to be pressed against the cylindrical member along the one direction along the extending direction of the cylindrical member. Was
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  2. The connector housing according to claim 1,
    The concave surface includes a plurality of types of arc portions with different curvature radii,
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  3. The connector housing according to claim 2,
    The concave surface includes a first arc portion having a relatively small radius of curvature and a second arc portion having a relatively large radius of curvature provided on both outer sides of the first arc portion. ,
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  4. The connector housing according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The concave surface is formed with an engaging protrusion that engages a valley of a corrugated tube formed in a bellows shape.
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  5. The connector housing according to claim 4,
    The engagement protrusion is a rib provided along the circumferential direction of the concave surface.
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  6. A connector housing according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
    Two ribs that protrude outward and extend in a direction intersecting the one direction are formed on the other side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall different from the one side.
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  7. The connector housing according to claim 6,
    The rib is formed on the other side of the outer peripheral surface of the side wall opposite to the one side,
    In the concave surface, the two connector housings are oriented in the same direction so that the concave surface formed on the one side of one connector housing and the rib formed on the other side of the other connector housing face each other. When arranged in, a notch into which the rib can enter was formed,
    A connector housing characterized by that.
  8. A first connector housing as the connector housing according to claim 7;
    A second connector housing as the connector housing according to claim 7;
    With the rib formed on the other side of the second connector housing entering the notch formed on the one side of the first connector housing, the first connector housing and the second connector housing A connecting member for fixing the connector housing of
    A connector unit comprising:
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