JP4119764B2 - Mobile device with camera - Google Patents

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JP4119764B2
JP4119764B2 JP2003034990A JP2003034990A JP4119764B2 JP 4119764 B2 JP4119764 B2 JP 4119764B2 JP 2003034990 A JP2003034990 A JP 2003034990A JP 2003034990 A JP2003034990 A JP 2003034990A JP 4119764 B2 JP4119764 B2 JP 4119764B2
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a camera-equipped mobile terminal provided with a camera lens cover.
[0002]
[Prior art]
Some conventional digital or silver film film cameras or video movies have a lens cover such as a slide type to protect the lens of the camera. To improve the design of high-end products Many of them used metal (sheet metal) for the lens cover. In the above-mentioned camera or video movie, since there is no need to take into account the deterioration of the sensitivity of the call signal as in the case of a mobile phone, there is no problem with grounding with unstable contact as a countermeasure against static electricity.
[0003]
On the other hand, in recent years, some small portable terminals such as a cellular phone and a PHS (simple portable phone) have a camera in the portable terminal body so that the camera can be photographed when desired. And in the portable terminal provided with the said camera, there exists what was equipped with the lens cover which can be opened and closed in the front side of a lens part, and protected a lens part (for example, refer patent document 1, patent document 2, patent document 3, etc.). ).
[Patent Document 1]
JP 2000-328771 A [Patent Document 2]
JP 2001-309003 A [Patent Document 3]
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2001-311908
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
However, the above Patent Documents 1, 2, and 3 are all common in that they are provided with a lens cover for the purpose of protecting the lens portion, but the material of the lens cover is not sung, The impact is not taken into account. Therefore, when metal (sheet metal) is used for the lens cover for the purpose of increasing the strength against impact, etc. when the mobile terminal is dropped, the call sensitivity is expected to deteriorate, and therefore all metals including the lens cover are expected. It is necessary to drop the component to the ground and ground it.
[0005]
The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and when using a sheet metal for the lens cover to increase the strength against dropping impact, etc., the lens cover can always be reliably connected to the ground portion, and the call sensitivity is deteriorated. It is an object of the present invention to provide a mobile terminal with a camera that can prevent the above.
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
According to one aspect of the present invention, a camera provided in the portable terminal body,
A lens cover arranged so as to be movable so that the lens can be exposed from a state in which the lens of the camera is covered ;
A ground portion provided in the mobile terminal body;
An opening / closing drive mechanism conducting to the ground portion;
A resin slider that opens and closes together with the lens cover by the operation of the opening and closing drive mechanism;
Is disposed between the lens cover and the resin slider, and the ground metal plate you are always tangent to the lens cover and the opening and closing drive mechanism,
It is related with the portable terminal with a camera characterized by comprising .
[0007]
In the invention according to claim 2, a part of the resin slider is opened,
The opening / closing drive mechanism includes a drive pin that is inserted into the opening of the resin slider and transmits the operation of the opening / closing drive mechanism to the resin slider,
The camera-attached camera according to claim 1, wherein the ground metal plate is in electrical contact with a part of the drive pin exposed from the opening of the resin slider. Mobile terminal.
[0008]
The camera according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the ground portion is a reinforcing sheet metal of a liquid crystal display mounted on the mobile terminal body. Terminal.
[0009]
The invention according to claim 4 has an operation knob exposed on the surface of the mobile terminal body, and an opening / closing operation section for driving the opening / closing drive mechanism by movement of the operation knob,
The camera-equipped mobile terminal according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the opening / closing operation portion is plated and is electrically connected to the ground portion. .
According to a fifth aspect of the present invention, the lens cover is made of sheet metal.
The present invention relates to a camera-equipped mobile terminal according to any one of claims 1 to 4.
According to a sixth aspect of the present invention, the ground metal plate is made of a conductive spring material.
It concerns on the portable terminal with a camera of any one of Claim 1 to 5 characterized by the above-mentioned.
[0010]
The operation of the above means will be described below.
[0011]
The invention according to claim 1, a camera provided in the portable terminal body, and a lens cover that is movably arranged so as to be able to expose the lens from a state of covering the lens of the camera, the portable terminal body Disposed between the resin slider and the lens cover, and a resin slider that opens and closes together with the lens cover by the operation of the opening and closing mechanism. since anda ground sheet metal that has contact at all times to the lens cover and the opening and closing drive mechanism, connect the lens cover always reliably ground portion, deterioration of the call sensitivity provided lens cover by sheet metal It is possible to secure good call quality.
[0012]
According to the second aspect of the present invention , the ground metal plate is brought into electrical contact with the drive pin that is inserted into the opening of the resin slider and transmits the operation of the opening / closing drive mechanism to the resin slider.
[0013]
In the invention according to claim 3, since the ground portion is a reinforcing sheet metal of a liquid crystal display, conduction with the opening / closing drive mechanism is performed.
[0014]
In the fourth aspect of the present invention, the opening / closing operation part that drives the opening / closing drive mechanism by the movement of the operation knob is plated, so that it is electrically connected to the ground part.
In the invention described in claim 5, since the lens cover is made of sheet metal, it is possible to increase the strength of protecting the lens against an impact or the like when the camera-equipped mobile terminal is dropped.
In the sixth aspect of the present invention, since the ground metal plate is a conductive leaf spring material, the lens cover can always be reliably connected to the ground portion due to its elasticity.
[0015]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
A camera-equipped mobile terminal according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
[0016]
3, 4, and 5 show an example of a folding-type camera-equipped mobile terminal to which the present invention is applied. The camera-equipped mobile terminal body 1 has a camera lens 2 and a mirror 3 on the outer side when folded. The frame display unit 5 includes a screen display unit 4 on the inner side, and the frame operation unit 7 includes an input key 6 on the inner side when folded. As shown in FIG. 6, the lens 2 and the mirror 3 provided in the housing display unit 5 are provided on the surface of a single installation panel 8 so as to be adjacent to each other, and the installation panel 8 is provided on the outer case 9 of the housing display unit 5. And a predetermined opening window 11 formed on an aluminum outer plate 9 a constituting the outer case 9. The lens 2 and the mirror 3 are exposed to the outside. Here, the mirror 3 is for confirming the state in which the subject is photographed when photographing himself / herself with the camera. The mirror 3 is not provided but only the lens 2 is provided. It may be.
[0017]
The installation panel 8 includes a lens cover 12 that is slightly larger than the open window 11 of the outer case 9 so as to cover the lens 2 and the mirror 3 inside the housing display unit 5. 6 to 9, the lens cover 12 is connected to an opening / closing drive mechanism 13 for moving substantially parallel to the surface of the installation panel 8 including the lens 2 and the mirror 3. The opening / closing drive mechanism 13 is engaged with the slider 14 made of resin having a predetermined length as a base portion of the lens cover 12 via the drive pin 15 and the rotation support shaft 16 of the installation panel 8. The first arm portion 17 formed so as to be able to swing on the surface thereof, and the rotation support shaft 16 connected to the back surface of the installation panel 8 so as to swing in conjunction with the first arm portion 17 and the installation panel 8 2nd arm part 19 provided with the convex part 18 extended to the side exterior outside and projecting upward in the side external position of the installation board 8, and the extension part 20 so that the projection part 18 may be contacted and installed And a spring 22 supported by the back surface support portions 21, 21 ′ of the panel 8. Here, the first arm portion 17 has the drive pin 15 disposed at one end and the rotation support shaft 16 disposed at the other end, and the second arm portion 19 has the rotation support shaft 16 disposed at one end and is convex. The part 18 is arranged at the other end. Further, the first arm portion 17 and the second arm portion 19 are arranged on a substantially straight line via the rotation support shaft 16, and the length of the first arm portion 17 is made to be the same as that of the second arm portion 19. When the first arm portion 17 and the second arm portion 19 are swung so that the rotation support shaft 16 serves as a fulcrum, it is driven with respect to the movement amount of the convex portion 18. The amount of movement of the pin 15 is increased.
[0018]
On the other hand, a convex upper stop guide portion 23 that abuts the slider 14 and stops the lens cover 12 at a predetermined position covering the lens 2 and the mirror 3 is provided in the middle position of the installation panel 8. The lower portion is provided with a convex lower stop guide portion 24 for stopping the moved lens cover 12 at a position where the lens 2 and the mirror 3 are exposed, and when the lens cover 12 moves to the side of the installation panel 8. In addition, a convex control guide portion 25 formed along the moving direction of the lens cover 12 is provided so that the end portion of the slider 14 contacts and controls the moving posture of the lens cover 12. Further, the outer case 9 that sandwiches the installation board 8 is provided with a case-side stop guide portion 26 made of sponge that contacts the lens cover 12 and stops the lens cover 12 at a position covering the lens 2 and the mirror 3. . Here, the case-side stop guide 26 made of sponge is a vibration sound (so-called chattering) of the lens cover 12 that is generated by vibration of a vibrating body (so-called incoming notification vibrator, not shown) when the mobile terminal body 1 with camera is received. It is preferable that an elastic body effective for preventing vibration is appropriately selected from sponge, rubber, and the like as the material of the stop guide member for preventing vibration noise.
[0019]
An opening / closing operation part 27 that swings the second arm part 19 is connected to the convex part 18 of the second arm part 19, and the opening / closing operation part 27 sandwiches and connects the convex part 18. An opening / closing knob 29 extending from the interlocking member 28 and slidably disposed on the outer side surface of the housing display 5, and the opening / closing knob 29 and the interlocking member in contact with the protrusion 30 formed on the installation panel 8. And a control member 31 extending from the interlocking member 28 so as to restrict the movement of 28 in a predetermined direction.
[0020]
The spring 22 supported by the back surface support portions 21 and 21 ′ of the installation panel 8 forms a bending point 20c so as to divide the extending portion 20 into a closing side extending portion 20a and an opening side extending portion 20b. When the convex part 18 of the second arm part 19 exceeds the bending point 20c, the elastic part of the spring 22 causes the convex part 18 to be biased in a predetermined moving direction. Here, the angle of the bending point 20c that divides the extending portion 20 into the closing side extending portion 20a and the opening side extending portion 20b is selected so that the elastic force of the spring 22 acting on the convex portion 18 is optimized.
[0021]
The liquid crystal reinforcing sheet metal 10 holds a liquid crystal (not shown) as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7 and forms a ground portion GP. The interlocking member 28 integral with the second arm portion 19 is in contact with the control member 31 being always pressed against the ground metal fitting 33 provided on the liquid crystal reinforcing sheet metal 10, and the second arm portion. 19 is always in contact with the rotation support shaft 16, and the rotation support shaft 16 is always in contact with the first arm portion 17 having the drive pin 15. Further, a spring 22 is always in contact with the convex portion 18 integrated with the second arm portion 19. Accordingly, all the metal members constituting the opening / closing drive mechanism 13 are connected to the ground portion GP so as to be grounded.
[0022]
On the other hand, in the above embodiment, the lens cover 12 is constituted by a sheet metal 12a.
[0023]
As described above, when the lens cover 12 is configured by the sheet metal 12a, the protection strength of the lens 2 and the mirror 3 against an impact or the like when the camera-equipped mobile terminal body 1 is dropped can be increased. Since it is conceivable that the call sensitivity deteriorates due to the presence of the lens cover 12, it is necessary to prevent the call sensitivity from being deteriorated even if the lens cover 12 of the sheet metal 12a is provided. For this purpose, the lens cover 12 is always connected to the ground part GP.
[0024]
In the example of FIGS. 1, 2, and 6, a ground made of a conductive leaf spring material is provided between the lens cover 12 and a resin slider 14 that opens and closes together with the lens cover 12 formed of a sheet metal 12 a. A sheet metal 34 is disposed. The ground metal plate 34 made of the leaf spring material is always in contact with the lens cover 12 and the drive pin 15 that is the ground terminal member 15a of the opening / closing drive mechanism 13 that is electrically connected to the ground portion GP due to its elasticity. I am doing so.
[0025]
Looking at the earth configuration path in the above configuration, the lens cover 12 is connected to the interlocking member 28 via the ground metal plate 34, the first arm portion 17, the rotation support shaft 16, and the second arm portion 19. The opening / closing operation portion 27 that is grounded to the liquid crystal reinforcing sheet metal 10 (the ground portion GP) via the ground metal fitting 33 and the plated opening / closing operation portion 27 is connected via the interlocking member 28 and the control member 31 to the ground metal fitting 33. Is grounded to the liquid crystal reinforcing sheet metal 10 (ground portion GP).
[0026]
The operation of the embodiment for implementing the camera-equipped mobile terminal of the present invention will be described below.
[0027]
When using the camera of the mobile terminal body 1 with a camera, first, the folded housing display unit 5 and the housing operation unit 7 of FIGS. 4 and 5 are opened as shown in FIG. By manually sliding the open / close knob 29 to the open side indicated by the arrow in FIG. 8, the second arm portion 19 and the first arm portion 17 are swung through the interlocking member 28 and the convex portion 18. Further, the lens cover 12 is moved to the non-sliding side of the opening / closing knob 29 through the slider 14 by swinging the first arm portion 17 to expose the lens 2 and the mirror 3. At the same time, in conjunction with the movement of the open / close knob 29 to the open side, the internal program circuit (not shown) is switched from the incoming call waiting mode in a state of waiting for communication such as a telephone to the camera mode enabling photographing. When the lens 2 is pointed at the object to be photographed and the center key 6a serving as a shutter button is pressed, photographing can be performed. Here, when the open / close knob 29 of the open / close operation portion 27 is manually slid to the open side, the convex portion 18 slides on the closing side extending portion 20a of the spring 22, and the movement position of the convex portion 18 is bent. When the point 20c is exceeded, the convex portion 18 is slid to the end side of the open-side extending portion 20b by the elastic force of the spring 22, and the second arm portion 19, the first arm portion 17 and the lens cover 12 are all moved. It surpasses to the open side (state of FIG. 9) . If the sliding of the opening / closing knob 29 is stopped when the movement position of the convex portion 18 does not exceed the bending point 20c, the convex portion 18 reverses the closing side extending portion 20a of the spring 22 by the elastic force of the spring 22. The second arm portion 19, the first arm portion 17 and the lens cover 12 are returned to the fully closed side via the convex portion 18.
[0028]
When the camera of the camera-equipped mobile terminal body 1 is not used, the opening / closing knob 29 of the opening / closing operation unit 27 is manually slid to the closing side indicated by the arrow in FIG. The second arm portion 19 and the first arm portion 17 are swung in the opposite directions, and the lens cover 12 is moved in the opposite direction of the opening / closing knob 29 via the slider 14 by the reverse swing of the first arm portion 17. The lens is moved to the slide side to close the open window 11 and cover the lens 2 and the mirror 3. At the same time, in conjunction with the movement of the lens cover 12 to the closing side, an internal program circuit (not shown) is switched from a camera mode enabling photographing to an incoming call waiting mode for waiting for communication such as a telephone call. And make it possible to use communication equipment such as telephones. When all the processes are completed, the housing display unit 5 and the housing operation unit 7 are folded. Here, when the open / close knob 29 of the open / close operation part 27 is manually slid to the closing side, the convex part 18 slides on the open side extension part 20b of the spring 22, and the movement position of the convex part 18 is bent. When the point 20c is exceeded, the convex portion 18 is slid to the end side of the closing side extending portion 20a by the elastic force of the spring 22, and the second arm portion 19, the first arm portion 17 and the lens cover 12 are all moved. Surpass to the closing side. If the sliding of the opening / closing knob 29 is stopped when the movement position of the convex portion 18 does not exceed the bending point 20 c, the convex portion 18 reverses the open side extending portion 20 b of the spring 22 by the elastic force of the spring 22. The second arm portion 19, the first arm portion 17 and the lens cover 12 are returned to the fully open side via the convex portion 18.
[0029]
In the above description, since the lens cover 12 is formed of the sheet metal 12a, the lens 2 and the mirror 3 can be protected against an impact or the like when the camera-equipped mobile terminal body 1 is dropped, and the strength thereof can be increased.
[0030]
Further, a ground metal plate 34 made of a conductive leaf spring material is disposed between the resin slider 14 and the lens cover 12, and the ground metal plate 34 made of the leaf spring material is opened and closed by its elasticity. Since the drive pin 15 (ground terminal member 15a) of the mechanism 13 and the lens cover 12 are always in contact with each other, even when the mobile terminal body 1 enters an incoming call waiting mode in which it waits for communication such as a telephone call. Since the lens cover 12 is always connected to the ground portion GP and grounded, even if the lens cover 12 of the sheet metal 12a is provided, the call sensitivity does not deteriorate, and good call quality can be ensured. Furthermore, since the ground metal plate 34 can be arranged at a narrow space between the resin slider 14 and the lens cover 12 by the metal plate 12a, the camera-equipped mobile terminal can be kept thin.
[0031]
The camera-equipped mobile terminal of the present invention is not limited to the illustrated example described above, and can be applied to a system in which the lens cover is moved directly with a finger to open and close, instead of manually driving the opening / closing drive mechanism. Needless to say, it may be driven electrically, and various changes can be made without departing from the scope of the present invention.
[0032]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, according to the mobile terminal with a camera of the present invention, various excellent effects as described below can be obtained.
[0033]
According to the first aspect of the present invention, the mobile terminal body includes a camera and a ground terminal member, and the lens is movably disposed so that the lens can be exposed from a state where the lens of the camera is covered. The camera-equipped mobile terminal having a cover, the grounding metal plate is always in contact with the lens cover and the ground terminal member in the mobile terminal body, so the lens cover is always connected to the ground portion, Even if a lens cover made of sheet metal is provided, the call sensitivity is not deteriorated, and good call quality can be ensured.
[0034]
According to the second aspect of the present invention, since the lens cover is made of sheet metal, it is possible to increase the strength for protecting the lens against an impact or the like when the camera-equipped mobile terminal is dropped.
[0035]
According to the third aspect of the present invention, since the ground metal plate is a conductive leaf spring material, the lens cover can always be reliably connected to the ground portion by its elasticity.
[0036]
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, the ground metal plate is a resin-made slider that is integrally provided with a mobile terminal body having a lens cover and that opens and closes together with the lens cover by movement of a drive pin that conducts to the ground portion. The ground sheet metal is always in contact with the lens cover and the drive pin, so that the lens cover can be securely grounded to the ground portion by the ground sheet metal, and the ground sheet metal is made of resin. Since it can be arranged in a narrow space between the slider and the lens cover, the camera-equipped mobile terminal can be kept thin.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a partially cut side view showing an example of a form of a camera-equipped mobile terminal according to the present invention.
FIG. 2 is an enlarged side sectional view showing a part of FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing a state in which a housing display unit and a housing operation unit of the mobile terminal with camera for carrying out the present invention are opened.
FIG. 4 is a front view showing a state in which a lens cover is closed in a camera-equipped mobile terminal.
FIG. 5 is a front view showing a state in which a lens cover is opened in a camera-equipped mobile terminal.
FIG. 6 is a component diagram of a camera-equipped mobile terminal body embodying the present invention.
7 is a perspective view showing a state in which the component parts excluding the outer case of FIG. 6 are assembled. FIG.
FIG. 8 is a schematic view showing the positions of a spring and an arm when the lens cover is closed.
FIG. 9 is a schematic view showing positions of a spring and an arm portion when a lens cover is opened.
[Explanation of symbols]
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Mobile terminal body 2 Lens 12 Lens cover 12a Sheet metal 13 Opening and closing drive mechanism 14 Slider 15 Drive pin 15a Ground terminal member 34 Ground sheet metal GP Ground part

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  1. A camera provided in the portable terminal body,
    A lens cover arranged so as to be movable so that the lens can be exposed from a state in which the lens of the camera is covered ;
    A ground portion provided in the mobile terminal body;
    An opening / closing drive mechanism conducting to the ground portion;
    A resin slider that opens and closes together with the lens cover by the operation of the opening and closing drive mechanism;
    Is disposed between the lens cover and the resin slider, and the ground metal plate you are always tangent to the lens cover and the opening and closing drive mechanism,
    Camera-equipped mobile terminal, characterized by comprising.
  2. A part of the resin slider is opened,
    The opening / closing drive mechanism includes a drive pin that is inserted into the opening of the resin slider and transmits the operation of the opening / closing drive mechanism to the resin slider,
    The camera-attached camera according to claim 1, wherein the ground sheet metal is in electrical contact with a part of the drive pin exposed from the opening of the resin slider. Mobile device.
  3. The mobile terminal with camera according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the ground portion is a reinforcing sheet metal of a liquid crystal display mounted on the mobile terminal body .
  4. Having an operation knob exposed on the surface of the mobile terminal body, and having an opening / closing operation section for driving the opening / closing drive mechanism by movement of the operation knob,
    The camera-equipped mobile terminal according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the opening / closing operation portion is plated and is electrically connected to the ground portion .
  5. Camera-equipped mobile terminal according to any one of claims 1 to 4 wherein the lens cover, characterized in that it consists of sheet metal.
  6. Camera-equipped mobile terminal according to claim 1, any one of 5 the ground metal plate is characterized by comprising a conductive spring material.
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