JP4746353B2 - Electromagnetic coil lead wire holding structure - Google Patents

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JP4746353B2
JP4746353B2 JP2005156036A JP2005156036A JP4746353B2 JP 4746353 B2 JP4746353 B2 JP 4746353B2 JP 2005156036 A JP2005156036 A JP 2005156036A JP 2005156036 A JP2005156036 A JP 2005156036A JP 4746353 B2 JP4746353 B2 JP 4746353B2
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  The present invention relates to a lead wire holding structure of an electromagnetic coil, and more particularly to a lead wire holding structure of a resin-sealed electromagnetic coil of a canned (can type) stepping motor for driving an electric valve.

  As a lead wire holding structure for resin-encapsulated electromagnetic coils, a lead wire holding part with a concave groove is formed to fit and hold the vicinity of the winding connection end of the lead wire in the basic components such as the bobbin and stator member of the electromagnetic coil. In some cases, the lead wire holding portion holds the lead wire in a state where the lead wire is fitted in a state where the insulation of the lead wire is elastically deformed (for example, Patent Document 1).

  This lead wire holding structure can easily hold the lead wire without causing an increase in the number of parts, but the lead wire insulation coating is appropriately elastically deformed to properly hold the lead wire. Requires a high dimensional accuracy of the groove shape of the lead wire holding part, and if the lead wire holding part is smaller than the appropriate dimension, the insulation of the lead wire may be damaged due to excessive elastic deformation, etc. is there. On the other hand, if the lead wire holding portion is larger than the appropriate dimension, the required retaining is not performed.

Also, depending on the hardness of the resin bobbin on which the lead wire insulation coating and lead wire holding part are formed, the appropriate elastic deformation margin in the lead wire holding part varies, and the dimensions of the lead wire holding part are accordingly determined. Must be set. In addition, the hardness changes depending on the temperature in summer and winter, so in practice it may be difficult to give an appropriate elastic deformation allowance. There is a risk of scratching or causing deformation or breakage of the lead wire holding portion.
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  The problem to be solved by the present invention is that the lead wire is properly held without using any special parts or the like without depending on the elastic deformation of the fitting, and the lead wire is insulated when the lead wire is mounted and held. This is to prevent the lead wire from being scratched and the lead wire holding portion from being deformed or broken.

  An electromagnetic coil lead wire holding structure according to the present invention is a lead wire holding structure for energizing a winding wound around a bobbin of an electromagnetic coil, the winding being extended in the radial direction of the bobbin. A lead wire connecting wiring board having a plurality of through holes through which a connection terminal of the wire and the tip of the lead wire penetrate, and a conductor pattern formed across the corresponding two or more through holes; and the electromagnetic coil Formed on the bobbin or stator member of the lead wire holding groove for receiving the lead wire, and the groove for holding the lead wire is formed with a receiving opening size at least larger than the diameter of the lead wire. The lead wire having the tip penetrating the through hole soldered to the conductor pattern is received in the concave groove for holding the lead wire, and the winding penetrated through the through hole. The lead wire connecting wiring board is fixed to the bobbin by soldering the connecting terminal to the conductor pattern, and the lead wire holding concave groove has the lead wire connecting wiring. The lead wire holding hole is formed by being blocked by the substrate, and the lead wire is elastically deformed in the extending direction between the lead wire connecting wiring substrate and the lead wire holding concave groove. A lead wire bending portion is formed in which the extending direction is changed from the penetrating direction of the through hole to the axial direction of the holding hole.

  The lead wire holding structure of the electromagnetic coil according to the present invention preferably further includes a mounting locking portion of the lead wire connecting wiring board formed on the bobbin or the stator member of the electromagnetic coil, The lead wire connecting wiring board is positioned with respect to the bobbin by locking the lead wire connecting wiring board with the attachment locking portion with the connection terminal passing through the through hole. .

  According to the lead wire holding structure of the electromagnetic coil according to the present invention, by soldering the connection terminal of the winding of the electromagnetic coil to the lead wire connecting wiring board and fixing the lead wire connecting wiring board to the bobbin, The opening of the lead wire holding groove for receiving the lead wire is closed by the lead wire connecting wiring board to form a lead wire holding hole, and the lead wire holding groove and the lead wire connecting wiring board are formed. In between, the lead wire is elastically deformed in the extending direction to form a lead wire bending portion in which the extending direction is changed from the penetrating direction of the through hole to the axial direction of the holding hole, and the lead wire bending portion is elastically deformed. Because the elastic force to restore the original state to the original state increases the pressure contact force of the lead wire part held in the holding hole to the holding hole (lead wire holding groove), the lead wire holding groove is received. Frontage dimensions Even if the lead wire is formed with at least the diameter of the lead wire and the lead wire is not elastically deformed in the radial direction with respect to the lead wire holding concave groove, Is securely held.

  For this reason, when the lead wire is mounted and held, the insulation of the lead wire is not damaged, and the lead wire holding portion is not deformed or damaged.

  One embodiment in which the lead wire holding structure according to the present invention is applied to a stator coil of a stepping motor will be described with reference to FIGS.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the stator coil includes a synthetic resin bobbin 15 in which upper and lower metal upper stator members 11 and 12 and lower stator members 13 and 14 are insert-molded, The winding parts 16 and 17 by the conducting wire wound on the bobbin 15 in the upper and lower stages, the metal frame yoke member 18 disposed so as to surround the bobbin 15, and the bobbin 15 and the frame yoke member 18 are accommodated therein. The outer case 19 made of synthetic resin, the sealing resin 20 filled (potted) in the outer case 19, and an attachment member 21 for attaching the stator coil to a rotor case (not shown) of the stepping motor. .

  The upper stator members 11 and 12 and the lower stator members 13 and 14 each have an annular shape with a flange, and each have a plurality of magnetic pole teeth 11A, 12A, 13A, and 14A around the circumference. The magnetic pole teeth 11A, 12A, 13A, and 14A are exposed on the inner peripheral surface 15A of the bobbin 15.

  The bobbin 15 has an upper flange portion 15B, an intermediate flange portion 15C, and a lower flange portion 15D. The upper winding portion 16 is interposed between the upper flange portion 15B and the intermediate flange portion 15C, and the intermediate flange portion 15C. The lower winding portion 17 is wound around the lower flange portion 15D.

  A terminal arrangement projecting portion 15E is integrally formed on the intermediate flange portion 15C of the bobbin 15. A plurality of pin terminals (connection terminals) 22 that are conductively connected to the winding portions 16 and 17 and energize them are fixedly attached to the terminal arrangement projecting portion 15E by press fitting or the like. As shown in FIG. 6, the pin terminals 22 are arranged in a staggered manner as shown in FIG. 6, and all the pin terminals 22 extend in the horizontal direction and project outward from the terminal arrangement projecting portion 15E.

  Hereinafter, the terminal arrangement projecting portion 15E side is referred to as a bobbin front surface.

  A lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is arranged in a vertical posture on the front portion of the bobbin. As shown in FIG. 2, the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 has a conductor pattern 30 </ b> B made of copper foil or the like formed on one side (or both sides) of the rigid insulating board 30 </ b> A. As shown in FIG. 6, a plurality of through holes 31 are formed for each pin terminal 22 in the connecting portion.

  A corresponding pin terminal 22 is inserted into each through-hole 31 as shown in FIG. The pin terminal 22 is soldered to the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 in this inserted state. By this soldering (soldering portion 34), the pin terminal 22 is conductively connected to the conductor pattern 30B of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30.

  The lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is soldered with a plurality of ends (conductors) 32A for energizing the winding portions 16 and 17, in this embodiment, each of the five lead wires 32. Yes. By this soldering (soldering portion 35), the lead wire 32 is conductively connected to the conductor pattern 30B of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30.

  As a result, the lead wire 32 is conductively connected to the pin terminal 22, that is, the winding portions 16 and 17 through the lead wire connecting wiring board 30.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the lead wire connection wiring board 30 includes a plurality of lead wires 32 connected to the lead wires 32 as shown in FIG. A through hole 33 is opened, and soldering as shown in FIG. 4 is performed in a state in which the tip 32A of the lead wire 32 is passed through the through hole 33.

  As shown in FIG. 6, a lead wire holding / board mounting projection 15F is integrally formed on the front side of the bobbin of the lower flange portion 15D. At the tip of the lead wire holding / board mounting projection 15F, a plurality of lead wire holding concave grooves 23 (the same number as the number of lead wires 32) having a U-shaped groove cross section for receiving each lead wire 32 in the radial direction are provided. Are formed in a row at predetermined intervals, and are comb-like when viewed as a whole.

  The lead wire holding groove 23 has a U-shaped groove cross section, so that the front side of the bobbin is a groove opening side 23A.

  In each of the lead wire holding concave grooves 23, a corresponding lead wire 32 is inserted in the radial direction from the concave groove opening side 23A. Thereby, as well shown in FIG. 3, one lead wire 32 is arranged in each of the lead wire holding grooves 23.

  The width and depth of the lead wire retaining groove 23 are both slightly larger than the outer diameter of the lead wire 32. Even if the lead wire 32 is inserted into the lead wire retaining groove 23, the lead wire 32, The board mounting protrusion 15F is not elastically deformed in the radial direction of the lead wire 32. That is, the pressing force does not act on the lead wire 32 or the lead wire holding / board mounting protrusion 15F. Further, in order to facilitate the insertion of the lead wire 32 into the lead wire holding groove 23, a chamfered shape 23B is formed by chamfering both sides of the groove opening side 23A of the lead wire holding groove 23.

  On both sides of the comb-like array portion of the lead wire holding concave groove 23 of the lead wire holding / board mounting protrusion 15F, a non-return claw 24 (mounting) is provided as a fixed mounting portion of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30, respectively. (Locking part) is integrally formed.

  As shown well in FIG. 5, the check-shaped claw 24 has an inclined surface portion 24A and a detent surface 24B parallel to the tip surface 15G of the lead wire holding / board mounting projection 15F. A substrate receiving recess 24C having a width substantially equal to the plate thickness of the lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30 is defined between the surface 24B and the tip surface 15G.

  As shown in FIG. 6, only the lead wire 32 is soldered to the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 and the pin terminal 22 on the bobbin 15 side is still connected. The lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is lead from the front of the bobbin in a state where the bobbin 15 is not housed in the outer case 19 and before the resin sealing with the sealing resin 20 is performed. The wire holding / board mounting protrusion 15F is brought close to the tip side.

  Thereby, first, each of the pin terminals 22 on the bobbin 15 side is inserted into the corresponding through hole 31 of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30, and each of the lead wires 32 is inserted into the corresponding lead wire holding groove 23. , From the groove opening side 23A side in the radial direction. That is, the lead wire holding groove 23 receives the lead wire 32 in the radial direction.

  From this state, the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is further brought closer to the leading end side of the lead wire holding / board mounting protrusion 15F, so that both end faces 30C (see FIG. 5) of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 are The check-shaped claw 24 comes into contact with the inclined surface portion 24A, advances while pushing the check-shaped claw 24 outward, and gets over the inclined surface portion 24A.

  As a result, as well shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, both sides of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 enter the board receiving recess 24C between the detent face 24B and the tip face 15G, and check engagement is performed. In this state, the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is positioned with respect to the bobbin 15.

  At the same time, that is, at the same time when the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is positioned with respect to the bobbin 15, the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 crosses the arrangement direction of the lead wire holding concave grooves 23 (FIG. 3). In this case, the plurality of lead wire holding grooves 23 are closed at the same time in contact with the distal end surface 15G.

  As a result, the groove opening side 23A of the lead wire holding groove 23 is closed by the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 to form a holding hole for the lead wire 32, and the lead wire holding groove 23 and the lead wire connection are formed. The lead wire 32 is elastically deformed in the extending direction between the wiring substrate 30 and the lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30 so that the extending direction is changed from the penetrating direction of the through holes 31 and 33 of the lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30 to the axial direction of the holding hole. The lead wire bending portion is formed, and the lead wire bending portion is held by the holding hole (lead wire holding portion) of the lead wire 32 held by the holding hole by an elastic force to restore the elastic deformation state to the original state. Since the pressure contact force with respect to the concave groove 23) is increased, even if the lead wire 32 is not elastically deformed and fitted into the lead wire holding concave groove 23 in the radial direction, the lead wire 32 by the lead wire holding concave groove 23 is provided. Is surely retained Done, the leads 32 encased in each lead holding groove 23 is held from the bobbin 15 without getting out from the lead wire retaining groove 23.

  This holding is performed without elastic deformation because the horizontal width and depth of the lead wire holding concave groove 23 are both slightly larger than the outer diameter of the lead wire 32. When the lead wire 32 is mounted and held, the lead wire 32 is retained. Do not damage the insulation coating or deform or damage the lead wire holding part.

  In addition, since the lead wire holding wiring board 30 required for reliable electrical connection is closed so as to cover the groove opening side 23A of the lead wire holding groove 23, the holding of the lead wire 32 is special. It is appropriately and reliably performed without using parts or the like.

  After the positioning of the lead wire connection wiring board 30 with respect to the bobbin 15 is completed, as shown in FIG. 4, the pin terminals 22 are soldered, and electrical connection and lead wire connection wiring to the bobbin 15 are performed. The fixing of the substrate 30 is completed.

  The lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is also fixed to the bobbin 15 by the soldering portion 34 of the pin terminal 22. Since the fixing portion by the soldering portion 34 and the positioning portion due to the lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30 entering the substrate receiving recess 24C are separated in the height direction, the lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30 is Positioned with respect to the bobbin 15 at two upper and lower positions, a stable fixed state is obtained.

  As described above, after completion of the mounting of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 to the bobbin 15, the bobbin 15 is placed in the outer case 19 and the outer case 19 is filled with the sealing resin 20. As a result, as shown in FIG. 1, the bobbin 15, the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 and its fixed mounting portion, and the lead wire holding groove 23 are resin-sealed. The stator coil is completed.

  In the above-described embodiment, the lead wire holding concave groove 23 and the non-return claw 24 for mounting the substrate are integrally formed on the bobbin 15, but the lead wire holding structure according to the present invention is not limited to this. The lead wire retaining groove 23 and the non-return claw 24 for mounting the substrate may be formed in the stator member.

  This embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. 7, parts corresponding to those in FIG. 1 are denoted by the same reference numerals as those in FIG. 1, and description thereof is omitted.

  In this embodiment, the lead wire retaining groove 23 and the non-return claw 24 for mounting the substrate are integrally formed on the metal lower stator member 14 by press molding or the like.

  In this embodiment, the upper and lower winding portions 16 and 17 are wound around the individual upper bobbins 151 and lower bobbins 152, and the upper bobbins 151, the lower bobbins 152, the upper stator members 11 and 12, and the lower stators. The members 13 and 14 are resin-sealed in separate parts.

  Also in this embodiment, the lead wire is held without being elastically deformed in the radial direction of the lead wire 32 as in the above-described embodiment. Therefore, when the lead wire 32 is mounted and held, the insulation coating of the lead wire 32 is applied. Does not scratch or deform or damage the lead wire holding part.

  In addition, since the lead wire holding wiring board 30 required for reliable electrical connection is closed so as to cover the groove opening side 23A of the lead wire holding groove 23, the holding of the lead wire 32 is special. It is appropriately and reliably performed without using parts or the like.

  The fixing of the lead wire connecting wiring board 30 is preferably performed by the one-touch nail 24 because one-touch and no tools and fixing parts are required. Can also be performed using a clip or the like.

1 is a side sectional view showing an embodiment of a stator coil of a canned stepping motor to which a lead wire holding structure according to the present invention is applied. It is sectional drawing of the front side of the stator coil of the canned stepping motor by one Embodiment. It is a partially broken bottom view of the stator coil of the canned stepping motor according to one embodiment. It is a perspective view which shows the lead wire holding structure by one Embodiment. It is an expansion perspective view of the principal part of the lead wire holding structure by one embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the lead wire holding structure by one Embodiment. It is a sectional side view which shows other embodiment of the stator coil of the canned (can type | mold) stepping motor to which the lead wire holding structure by this invention was applied.

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11, 12 Upper stator member 11A, 12A Magnetic pole teeth 13, 14 Lower stator member 13A, 14A Magnetic pole teeth 15 Bobbin 15A Inner peripheral surface 15B Upper flange portion 15C Intermediate flange portion 15D Lower flange portion 15E Terminal arrangement protruding portion 15F Lead wire Holding / Board Mounting Protrusion 15G Tip Surface 151 Upper Bobbin 152 Lower Bobbin 16, 17 Winding Part 18 Frame Yoke Member 19 Outer Case 20 Sealing Resin 21 Mounting Member 22 Pin Terminal 23 Lead Wire Holding Groove 23A Groove Opening Side 24 Check shape claw 24A Inclined surface portion 24B Detent surface 24C Substrate receiving recess 30 Lead wire connecting wiring substrate 30A Rigid insulating substrate 30B Conductive pattern 31, 33 Through hole 32 Lead wire 32A Tip 34, 35 Soldering portion

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  1. A lead wire holding structure for energizing a winding wound around a bobbin of an electromagnetic coil,
    A plurality of through holes through which the connection terminals of the windings extending in the radial direction of the bobbin and the tip of the lead wire pass, and a conductor pattern formed across the corresponding two or more through holes. A wiring board for connecting lead wires,
    A lead wire holding groove formed on the bobbin or stator member of the electromagnetic coil for receiving the lead wire;
    The lead wire holding concave groove is formed with a receiving opening dimension at least equal to or larger than the diameter of the lead wire,
    In the state where the lead wire soldered to the conductor pattern at the tip penetrating the through hole is received in the concave groove for holding the lead wire, the connection terminal of the winding penetrated through the through hole is By soldering to the conductor pattern, the lead wire connecting wiring board is fixed to the bobbin, and the opening of the lead wire holding concave groove is blocked by the lead wire connecting wiring board. A holding hole for the lead wire is formed, and the lead wire is elastically deformed in the extending direction between the lead wire connecting wiring substrate and the lead wire holding concave groove to penetrate the through hole. A lead wire bending portion in which the extending direction is changed from the direction to the axial direction of the holding hole is formed,
    An electromagnetic coil lead wire holding structure.
  2.   The lead wire is further provided with an attachment locking portion for the lead wire connection wiring board formed on the bobbin or the stator member of the electromagnetic coil, and the connection terminal of the winding is passed through the through hole. The lead wire holding structure for an electromagnetic coil according to claim 1, wherein the lead wire connecting wiring board is positioned with respect to the bobbin by the connecting wiring board being locked to the attachment locking portion.
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