JP2568973B2 - Mounting structure of electrical components to the front of the appliance - Google Patents

Mounting structure of electrical components to the front of the appliance

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JP2568973B2
JP2568973B2 JP5091633A JP9163393A JP2568973B2 JP 2568973 B2 JP2568973 B2 JP 2568973B2 JP 5091633 A JP5091633 A JP 5091633A JP 9163393 A JP9163393 A JP 9163393A JP 2568973 B2 JP2568973 B2 JP 2568973B2
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俊文 北上
忠夫 山下
八郎 竹内
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リンナイ株式会社
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a structure for attaching an electric component, which is connected to a substrate or the like inside a device via a lead wire, to a front surface of the device.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art For example, in gas appliances, ignition discharge and various combustion controls are performed using a dry battery or the like as a power source. In this case, it is notified whether the power supply voltage is within the normal range,
An electric component such as a light emitting diode for detecting the ignition of the burner using a thermoelectric generator and notifying the completion is inserted from the front into a component mounting hole penetrating through the front surface of the appliance. These electrical components usually have two or more lead wires extending from the distal end face in the insertion direction, and the distal ends of the lead wires are electrically connected to a substrate or the like inside the instrument.

[0003]

In order to easily and quickly connect a lead wire to a board or the like during the work of attaching the electric component to the front surface of the appliance, it is desirable to attach a connector to the end of the lead wire. In consideration of the workability of mounting on a board or the like, this connector must be configured as a single common for a plurality of lead wires and have a certain size to facilitate grasping. If this is not the case, the connector cannot be inserted into the interior of the appliance from the front, so that the electrical components cannot be mounted on the front of the appliance.

[0004] A small connector that can pass through the component mounting hole may be individually attached to the tip of each of a plurality of lead wires. However, since the connector is small, it is difficult to grasp and the workability is impaired. Therefore, there is a risk of erroneous wiring.

Accordingly, the present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and has a structure in which an electric component can be easily and quickly attached to the front surface of an appliance even when a connector larger than a component attachment hole is connected to the end of a lead wire. The purpose is to provide.

[0006]

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides an electric component which is inserted from the front into a component mounting hole penetrating the front surface of an appliance, and wherein a lead wire is inserted from a front end face in the insertion direction. In a structure in which a connector that is extended and has a connector larger than the component mounting hole connected to the end of the lead wire is mounted on the front surface of the device, a large diameter large enough to allow the connector to pass near the component mounting hole. A hole is provided, and the large-diameter hole and the component mounting hole are
The width of the intermediate constriction is larger than the outer diameter of the lead wire.
Is large, but the electrical components do not shift to the large-diameter hole side.
The outer diameter of the electrical component so that it can be
It is characterized by being set narrower .

[0007]

[Operation] First, the connector is inserted into the instrument through the large diameter hole, and the lead wire is positioned in the large diameter hole. Then, from this state, the lead wire is moved into the component mounting hole via the constriction, and then the electric component is inserted into the component mounting hole from the front.

[0008]

1 shows a main body 1 of a gas appliance comprising a table stove. In the process of assembling the main body 1, a front frame 12 is first mounted on a U-shaped rear frame 15 as shown in FIG. Then, the four legs 16 are fixed using the pins 17. Next, a light emitting diode 2 for confirming ignition, which is an electric component to be described later, is inserted from the front into a component mounting hole 13a penetrated through the front frame 12, and the front surface thereof is further covered with a decorative plate 14 and decorative frames are provided on the front left and right. 18 is attached.

As shown in FIG. 2, the light emitting diode 2 has a light emitting portion 2b on one end surface of a cylindrical holder 2a and two lead wires 3 extending from the other end surface. One common connector 4 is connected to the ends of the two lead wires 3. The connector 4 is formed in a relatively large size in consideration of the workability of mounting on a board (not shown) or because the connector 4 is common to the two lead wires 3,
It is larger than the diameter.

As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the component mounting hole 13a is a through hole having a diameter to which the holder 2a can be fitted, and a large-diameter hole 13b penetrates the component mounting hole 13a. Have been. The large-diameter hole 13b is large enough to allow the connector 4 to pass through, and the circumference of the component mounting hole 13a and the circumference of the large-diameter hole 13b are partially overlapped with each other so as to form a so-called daruma shape. -13b was made to communicate via narrow constriction 13c. This constriction 1
The opening width of the lead wire 3c is smaller than the outer diameter of the holder 2a.
It is set to be wider than the outer diameter of. Therefore, when the light emitting diode 2 is mounted in the component mounting hole 13a, the connector 4 is first inserted through the large diameter hole 13b.
The lead wire 3 is placed inside the large-diameter hole 13b so that the lead wire 3 is moved through the constricted portion 13c into the component mounting hole 13a, and then the holder 2a
Is inserted into the component mounting hole 13a to complete the mounting of the light emitting diode 2 on the front frame 12. With such a configuration, it is possible to prevent the holder 2a from moving toward the large-diameter hole 13b. In this state, the large-diameter hole 13
Since b is visible from the front, the appearance of the device is impaired. Therefore,
As described above, the front frame 12 is covered with the decorative plate 14 provided with a hole through which only the light emitting portion 2b is exposed, so that the large-diameter hole 13b is hidden and the light emitting diode 2 is prevented from falling forward.

[0011]

As is apparent from the above description, according to the present invention, even when a connector larger than the component mounting hole is connected to the end of the lead wire, the electric component is inserted from the front with respect to the front of the appliance. And the connector can be made relatively large, so that the connection workability to a substrate or the like is not impaired.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view showing a state in which an instrument body is being assembled.

FIG. 2 is a diagram showing a configuration of a light emitting diode.

FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a state at the start of assembling a light emitting diode.

FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a state in which a light emitting diode is being assembled;

FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a state at the time of completing the assembly of the light emitting diode.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Device main body 2 Light emitting diode 3 Lead wire 4 Connector 13a Component mounting hole 13b Large diameter hole 13c Narrow part

Claims (1)

(57) [Claims]
1. An electric component which is inserted and attached from the front into a component mounting hole penetrating a front surface of an appliance, wherein a lead wire is extended from a front end surface in an insertion direction, and said component is mounted on a front end portion of the lead wire. In a structure in which a connector larger than the hole is connected to the front of the device, a large-diameter hole large enough to allow the connector to pass is provided near the component mounting hole, and the large-diameter hole and the component mounting hole are interposed between the large-diameter hole and the component mounting hole. The stenosis
The width of the intermediate constriction is equal to the outer diameter of the lead wire.
Is large, but it may cause electrical components to shift toward the large-diameter hole.
Outer diameter of electrical components so that they can be
A structure for attaching an electric component to a front surface of an appliance, which is set to be narrower .
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JP5091633A JP2568973B2 (en) 1993-04-19 1993-04-19 Mounting structure of electrical components to the front of the appliance
KR94006113A KR970007540B1 (en) 1993-04-19 1994-03-26 Installation structure of electric component in front part of appliance

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