JP4597225B2 - Surveillance video camera - Google Patents

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JP4597225B2
JP4597225B2 JP2008166704A JP2008166704A JP4597225B2 JP 4597225 B2 JP4597225 B2 JP 4597225B2 JP 2008166704 A JP2008166704 A JP 2008166704A JP 2008166704 A JP2008166704 A JP 2008166704A JP 4597225 B2 JP4597225 B2 JP 4597225B2
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  The present invention relates to the structure of a surveillance video camera.

  Surveillance video cameras have recently been installed in various locations, whether indoors or outdoors, such as around bank ATMs, on the street, or in parking lots, and have a compact and robust structure that can be adapted to various needs. It is necessary to do.

  In Patent Document 1, “To provide a surveillance camera that can be downsized, has a strong mounting portion, can be quiet without a fan, and is low-cost and has few design constraints” It has a substantially U-shaped metal structure 101 in the body, has a tripod screw mounting portion 102a above and below the metal structure 101, and arranges an exterior covering the front upper surface and the rear lower surface of the metal structure 101, and at least the metal structure The metal casing panels 105 and 106 are attached so as to cover the left and right surfaces.The front exterior part of the metal structure is formed in a substantially R shape, and the tally lamp light can be recognized by the front exterior part. It is disclosed to use.

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  On the other hand, when a surveillance video camera is installed in a narrow space of an ATM magic mirror or in an indoor housing, there are many restrictions on the installation position depending on the installation location, and the angle of the camera lens is adjusted after the surveillance video camera is installed. It is required to complete the work in a short time.

  As a surveillance video camera that meets such needs, there is a surveillance video camera in which the front case is removed from the case body of the surveillance video camera so that the angle of the lens unit can be adjusted.

  FIG. 8 shows an example of a conventional surveillance video camera in which the angle of the lens unit can be adjusted. The surveillance video camera case includes a case body 9 and a front case 10.

  9, 10, and 11 show a state in which the front case 10 is removed from the case body 9 for adjusting the angle of the camera lens unit. After loosening the fixing screw 11 fixed to the case main body under the surveillance video camera (FIG. 9), the front case 10 is removed from the fixing screw guide portion 9a of the case main body 9 (FIG. 10). 10, the hook of the attachment guide portion 9b of the case main body 9 is removed and the front case 10 is removed forward.

  FIG. 6 shows another example of a conventional surveillance video camera in which the angle of the camera lens can be adjusted. The front case of the surveillance video camera is configured as two parts, a front case B of 7 and a front cover B of 8. Yes. FIG. 7 shows a state in which the hook part 8a of the front cover B of 8 is pressed and removed from the front case B of 7 for adjusting the angle of the camera lens part. 6 and 7, 1 is a case, 4 is a screw, and 5 is a camera unit.

  By the way, in a surveillance video camera in an ATM such as a bank, a surveillance video camera is installed so as to face a customer, and the front of the surveillance video camera is used so that the customer does not realize that there is a surveillance video camera. There are many cases where a magic mirror is placed on the screen. In this case, it is necessary to adjust the lens angle by removing the front case of the surveillance video camera upward or downward. In this case, the conventional surveillance video camera shown in FIG. 7 can be used, but the surveillance video camera shown in FIG. 10 cannot be used.

  On the other hand, surveillance video cameras installed outdoors on the road, in parking lots, etc. are covered with a housing that protects the surveillance video camera from direct sunlight, wind and rain, and removed so that the front case of the surveillance video camera is pulled out It is necessary to adjust the lens angle. In this case, the conventional surveillance video camera shown in FIG. 10 can be used, but the surveillance video camera shown in FIG. 7 cannot be used.

  In view of such a problem, an object of the present invention is to provide a video camera for monitoring that is more convenient to use.

  The present invention solves the above-described problem by using the configuration described in the claims as an example.

  More specifically, in a surveillance video camera comprising a camera unit with adjustable wide-angle, telephoto and focus lenses and a case surrounding the camera unit, the case is disposed at the case body and at the lower front of the case body. The front case is configured by using at least four members: a front case having a substantially U-shape, a front cover disposed on the front and upper front of the case body, and a rear case.

  Then, the case body and the front case are fixed to the camera unit with screws or the like. In addition, the front case and the front cover are fixed by fitting the protrusion provided on the bottom of the substantially U-shaped front case with the claw protruding from the front cover, and the slide guide provided on the side wall of the approximately U-shaped front case. And a slide groove provided on the front cover and fitting.

  Further, the video camera for surveillance has a camera unit and a case unit surrounding the camera unit, and the case unit includes a case main body, a front case unit disposed at a lower front surface of the case main body, and the case main body. A front cover portion disposed on the front surface and the upper front portion, and when the front case portion and the front cover portion are fixed, a protrusion provided on the front case portion and a claw provided on the front cover portion The above problem can also be solved by a video camera for surveillance characterized in that the slide guide portion provided in the front case portion and the slide groove portion provided in the front cover portion engage with each other.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to provide a video camera for monitoring that is more convenient to use.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a main body of a surveillance video camera according to the present invention. In FIG. 1, 2 is a front case, 3 is a front cover. The description of the same reference numerals as those already described is omitted.

  FIG. 2 is a configuration diagram of the front case and the front cover of FIG. In FIG. 2, 2a indicates a holding portion, 2b indicates a slide guide portion, and 2d indicates a protruding portion. The description of the same reference numerals as those already described is omitted.

  A camera unit 5 having a wide angle, a telephoto lens, and a focus lens unit is mounted on the case 1 with predetermined components.

  The holding portion 2a of the front case 2 is fitted into the fixed guide hole 1a of the case 1 on both sides and fixed with screws 4. The front cover 3 is fixedly positioned by the holding portion 2 a along the slide guide portion 2 b of the front case 2.

  FIG. 3 is a diagram showing in detail the parts structure of the front case 2 and the front cover 3 according to the present invention. In FIG. 3, 2c is a hinge guide A, 2e is a guide rib, 3a is a slide groove portion, 3b is a claw portion, 3c is a hinge guide B, and 6 is a hinge. The description of the same reference numerals as those already described is omitted. The holding part 2a is fitted to the fixed guide hole 1a of the case 1 and the guide rib 2e is fitted to the outer peripheral part of the front case 1, and the holding part 2a and the fixed guide hole 1a of the case 1 are fixed by screws 4.

  The slide groove portion 3a is inserted and guided along the slide guide portion 2b, and the square hole portion of the claw portion 3b enters the projection portion 2d and is positioned and fixed. The slide groove 3a can move in the sliding direction and the vertical direction up to the L range, but the S range is moved only in the sliding direction. The configurations of the L range, the S range, and the slide guide portion can be set freely, and depending on the configuration, a short slide can be set.

  The hinge 6 is provided to prevent the camera unit 5 from falling when the front cover 3 is removed when adjusting the camera unit 5, and both sides of the hinge 6 are attached to the hinge guide A of 2c and the hinge guide B of 3c, respectively. It slides between 2c and 3c. Further, the hinge 6 can be freely moved in any direction with respect to the soft resin material. The hinge 6 can be removed at the time of field installation.

  In FIG. 4, the front cover 3 can be moved in the sliding direction or the vertical direction with the front cover 3 being shifted to a position where the front cover 3 can be removed. The removable range M is determined by the L range, the S range, and the configuration of the slide guide portion described above. Thus, if the amount of movement to remove the front cover 3 is small, if there is an obstacle in front of the camera unit 5 or if there is an obstacle in the upper direction of the camera unit 5, it can be removed only in the sliding direction. Become.

  FIG. 5 shows a state in which the front cover 3 is removed and the front cover 3 is suspended from the camera body by the hinge 6. After the camera unit 5 is adjusted, the setting of the front cover 3 is facilitated.

  However, depending on the installation situation, when the front cover 3 is connected to the main body, the hinge 6 can be removed as described above.

  As described above, regarding the case structure of a surveillance camera having a wide-angle, telephoto, and focus lens adjustment unit, a user-friendly surveillance video camera can be obtained by making it possible to remove the front case part from the top and also to remove it from the front. One embodiment provided has been described.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to remove the front cover of the surveillance video camera in the upward direction, or to pull it out to the front, and to easily adjust the lens angle regardless of the installation location of the surveillance video camera. can do.

The perspective view of the main body which shows one Example of this invention. The front case and the attachment block diagram of a front cover which show one Example of this invention. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is an explanatory view of a part structure of a front case and a front cover showing an embodiment of the present invention. The front cover removal explanatory drawing which shows one Example of this invention. The figure which removed the front cover which shows one Example of this invention. 1 is an external perspective view showing a conventional example 1. FIG. The fitting explanatory view of the front cover which shows conventional Example 1. FIG. The external appearance perspective view which shows the prior art Example 2. FIG. The perspective view from the bottom face of FIG. Explanatory drawing which removed the front case fixing screw which shows the prior art Example 2. FIG. Explanatory drawing which shows attachment of the front case which shows the prior art Example 2. FIG.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Case 1a ... Fixed guide hole 2 ... Front case 2a ... Holding part 2b ... Slide guide part 2c ... Hinge guide A
2d ... Projection 2e ... Guide rib 3 ... Front cover 3a ... Slide groove 3b ... Claw 3c ... Hinge guide B
4 ... Screw 5 ... Camera unit 6 ... Hinge 7 ... Front case B
8 ... Front cover B
8a ... Hook 9 ... Case body 9a ... Fixing screw guide 9b ... Mounting guide 10 ... Front case 11 ... Fixing screw 12 ... Camera unit

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  1. In a surveillance video camera comprising a camera unit with adjustable wide-angle, telephoto and focus lenses and a case surrounding the camera unit,
    The case includes a case main body, a substantially U-shaped front case disposed at a lower front portion of the case main body, and a front cover disposed at a front surface and an upper front portion of the case main body,
    The case main body and the front case are fixed to the camera unit, and a protrusion provided on the bottom of the front case and a claw provided on the front cover are fitted to each other, and provided on a side wall of the front case. A video camera for surveillance, wherein a slide guide portion and a slide groove portion provided in the front cover are fitted to each other.
  2. The surveillance video camera according to claim 1,
    A hinge guide A is provided at the bottom of the substantially U-shaped front case, a hinge guide B is provided at the lower end of the front cover, and the hinge guide A and the hinge guide B are connected by a hinge. A video camera for surveillance.
  3. A surveillance video camera having a camera part and a case part surrounding the camera part,
    The case portion has a case main body, a front case portion disposed at a lower front portion of the case main body, and a front cover portion disposed at a front surface and an upper front portion of the case main body,
    When the front case portion and the front cover portion are fixed, the protrusion provided on the front case portion and the claw portion provided on the front cover portion are fitted together, and the slide provided on the front case portion A surveillance video camera characterized in that a guide groove and a slide groove provided in the front cover are engaged.
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