JP4904217B2 - Band clamp, wire harness with band clamp, arrangement unit, method for manufacturing arrangement unit, and fixing method for arrangement in automobile - Google Patents

Band clamp, wire harness with band clamp, arrangement unit, method for manufacturing arrangement unit, and fixing method for arrangement in automobile Download PDF

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JP4904217B2
JP4904217B2 JP2007180658A JP2007180658A JP4904217B2 JP 4904217 B2 JP4904217 B2 JP 4904217B2 JP 2007180658 A JP2007180658 A JP 2007180658A JP 2007180658 A JP2007180658 A JP 2007180658A JP 4904217 B2 JP4904217 B2 JP 4904217B2
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  The present invention relates to, for example, a band clamp for attaching a long cable arrangement to a vehicle panel or the like.

Conventionally, there is a band clamp for attaching an object to be routed to a vehicle panel. Such a band clamp is attached to the vehicle panel by winding and fixing a band-shaped band around the outer periphery of a long wiring object such as a wire harness.
However, such a band clamp can be used only when one arrangement thing is fixed to one attachment hole.

  In recent vehicles where the types and number of electrical components and equipment to be installed tend to increase, not only wire harnesses, but also multiple items, particularly two, are arranged in parallel. A wiring structure has been proposed in which the arranged parallel wires are fixed to a band clamp attached to one attachment hole (see Patent Document 1). The fixing of the juxtaposed line is provided with a clip part that is detachably attached to the band part and holds the outer periphery of the juxtaposed line from the left and right. Thereby, it is possible to fix the juxtaposed line at the clip portion of the band clamp which is attached to one attachment hole and fixed with one arrangement object.

  However, this band clamp needs to attach a clip part that matches the diameter of the parallel line, and it is necessary to prepare a clip part corresponding to any diameter in order to correspond to the parallel line of various diameters, It did not obtain user satisfaction.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 7-147720

  The present invention provides a highly adaptable band clamp capable of fixing a plurality of arrangement objects, a wire harness with a band clamp, an arrangement object unit, a manufacturing method of the arrangement object unit, and a fixing method of an in-car arrangement object. The purpose is to do.

The present invention includes a plurality of band-shaped band portions that extend from the main body portion and are wound around and fixed to the outer periphery of a plurality of long-sized wires, and are arranged inside the main body portion. It is composed of an insertion fixing part that is inserted and fixed, and the number of the band parts is configured to be smaller than the number of the routing objects to be fixed , and the two band parts are arranged in parallel substantially in the width direction. In addition to fixing three or more long arrangements to be routed, the inner arrangement and the both sides in the width direction are arranged with the three or more long arrangements arranged inward in the width direction. The outer routing object to be routed to the inner routing object and the outer routing object in one band are wound around the inner routing object and the outer outer routing object in the other band portion. It is a band clamp characterized by winding and fixing an object.

A plurality of long wires are a wire harness formed by bundling a plurality of electric wires, optical cable wires, etc. into a cable shape by a sheath tube or taping, and a wire made of the same type of hollow hose or cable. It is an arrangement thing comprised in a thing or a different kind, and includes being a plurality of arrangement things arranged in parallel in the shape of a parallel or intersection.
The insertion fixing portion includes a buckle or the like that is disposed inside the main body and allows a band-shaped band portion to pass therethrough and prevents reverse movement.

When each of the inner and outer arrangements is composed of a single arrangement, or the inner arrangement and the one arrangement composed of two arrangements. The inner wiring object is configured with an appropriate number of inner wiring objects, such as the outer wiring object configured, and the outer wiring object is arranged on the outer side in the width direction. And configuring the outer wiring with the hose or the cable.

  With the above-described configuration, each corded object can be wound and fixed with a smaller number of band portions than the number of elongated cords to be fixed. For example, the number of corded items to be fixed The band clamp structure can be easily configured and the manufacturing cost of the band clamp can be reduced as compared with the band clamps fixed with the same number of band portions.

In addition, the two band portions are arranged in parallel approximately in the width direction by fixing three or more elongated arrangement objects arranged in parallel in the width direction. It is possible to wind and fix each of the longer or longer elongated arrangements with a small number of two band-like band portions.

Further, the three or more elongated arrangements may be an inner arrangement arranged in the widthwise inner side and an outer arrangement arranged in the both sides in the width direction, and the inner part is arranged on the inner side in one band portion. Each of the band parts is arranged on the inner side by winding and fixing the inner side and the other outer side in the other band part. And the outer periphery of the outer arrangement thing can be wound together and fixed. Further, the inner routing object can be fixed by two band portions. Therefore, for example, even when an accident occurs in which one band part is cut or detached, the inner cable is fixed by the other band part. Thus, for example, even when configured with a wire harness that is a heavy inner wiring thing than a hose that is an outer wiring object, at least one band fixes the wire harness, It can be securely and securely fixed.

In addition, as an aspect of the present invention, the band portions can be disposed on both sides in the width direction of the inner routing object placed on the upper surface of the main body portion.
Thereby, since the inner routing object placed on the upper surface can be fixed by being wound around the band portion and sandwiched from both sides in the width direction, the inner routing object can be reliably fixed.

Further, as an aspect of the present invention, the two band portions can be shifted in the length direction of the routing object to be fixed.
With the above configuration, since the two band portions can wind the wiring object without interfering with the other band portion, the winding operation of the band portion is easy and can be reliably fixed. .

Moreover, as an aspect of the present invention, the inner routing object may be configured with a wire harness and provided with a temporary fixing means for temporarily fixing the wire arrangement to the wire harness.
The temporary fixing means is a fixing means configured by a fixing means for holding the two band portions wound around the outer periphery of the wire harness, an adhesive tape for fixing the band clamp to the wire harness, an adhesive, or the like. including.
Thereby, since it can be used after temporarily attaching a band clamp to the predetermined location of a wire harness, handling becomes easy for a user.

Moreover, this invention is the wire harness with a band clamp which temporarily fixed the said band clamp to the predetermined location of the said wire harness by the said temporary fixing means.
The said predetermined location includes that it is the location set for every bending point and predetermined space | interval in the routing route which routes the wire harness which is a routing thing.

  Thereby, the wire harness by which the said band clamp was temporarily attached to the predetermined location can be used, for example, even if it is a wire harness which routes a complicated routing route, it can route easily.

  Further, according to the present invention, the band clamp in the wire harness with a band clamp is fixed to a fixing hole provided in a panel of an automobile, and the outer routing object is arranged substantially in parallel on both outer sides of the wire harness. In one band part, the inner wiring object and one outer wiring object are wound, and in the other band part, the inner wiring object and the other outer wiring object are wound. It is the fixing method of the arrangement thing in the motor vehicle fixed.

  As a result, there are many routings in complicated routing routes, and even in a car that is a limited construction space, the wire harness is routed easily and accurately in the car. It is possible to route and fix an outer routing object such as a hose.

  Moreover, this invention arrange | positions the 3 or more elongate arrangement thing substantially parallel to the width direction, and attaches the said band clamp to the predetermined location of the said 3 or more elongate arrangement object. It is a routing object unit and its manufacturing method.

  Thereby, the arrangement thing unit which combined three or more elongate arrangement objects can be obtained by arrange | positioning substantially parallel to the width direction and attaching a band clamp to a predetermined location. In addition, in order to attach a band clamp to a predetermined location after arranging three or more long wires in a direction substantially parallel to the width direction, it is easy and accurate to attach three or more long wires. Arrangements can be obtained that can be arranged in

Moreover, this invention is the fixing method of the wiring thing in a motor vehicle which fixes the said wiring thing unit to the fixing hole with which the panel of the motor vehicle was provided.
As a result, there are many routings in complicated routing routes, and even in a limited construction space, the routing unit that is a routing item in a car can be routed easily and accurately. Can do.

  According to the present invention, a highly adaptable band clamp capable of fixing a plurality of arrangement objects, a wire harness with a band clamp, an arrangement unit, a method for manufacturing an arrangement object, and a method for fixing an arrangement in an automobile Can be provided.

An embodiment of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.
A perspective view of the band clamp 1 in a state where a wire harness 200 (hereinafter referred to as a harness 200), a washer hose 201 (hereinafter referred to as a hose 201) and a hood opener cable 202 (hereinafter referred to as a cable 202) are attached to the vehicle panel 100 is shown. 1 shows a front view of the band clamp 1 in the same state, FIG. 3 shows a right side view of the band clamp 1 in the same state, FIG. 4 shows a plan view of the band clamp 1 in the same state, harness 200, hose The band clamp 1 will be described together with FIG. 5 showing an explanatory diagram for explaining the wiring of the cable 201 and the cable 202.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 to 4, the vehicle panel 100 is an appropriately thick panel that constitutes a part of the vehicle body, and includes a mounting hole 101 for attaching the band clamp 1 to a predetermined location.

  The harness 200 is an electric wiring harness that is routed inside the vehicle body, and is formed of an elongated body having a circular cross section in which a plurality of covered electric wires are bundled. Further, the hose 201 arranged in parallel on the right side of the front view of the harness 200 is a hollow hose that allows the passage of the washer liquid therein, and is formed of a long body having a circular cross section having a diameter slightly smaller than that of the harness 200. ing.

  Further, the cable 202 arranged in parallel on the left side of the front view of the harness 200 is a cable in which a cable for opening a bonnet (not shown) is housed, and is formed by a long body having a circular cross section having a slightly smaller diameter than the harness 200. is doing. In this embodiment, the hood opener cable 202 is used as the cable. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and a cable such as a fuel opener cable that opens the fuel filler port may be used.

  Since the hose 201 has a hollow cross section and has elasticity, the metal annular pipe 201a is disposed between the outer periphery of the hose 201 and the winding band 50 so that the hollow portion is not crushed by the tightening pressure of the winding band 50 described later. Is interposed. Thereby, it protects so that it may not crush with the fastening pressure of the winding band 50. FIG.

  The harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 are routed by the band clamp 1 inside the vehicle as shown in FIG. Note that the routing route of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 shown in FIG. 5 is an example, and the properties of the harness 200, the hose 201, the cable 202, and the shape inside the vehicle are not limited to this routing route. An appropriate routing route may be set according to the above.

  The band clamp 1 of the present embodiment is a band for fixing a long harness 200, a hose 201 disposed substantially parallel on the right side in the width direction front view, and a cable 202 disposed substantially parallel on the left side in the width direction front view. A main body 10 having a winding band 50 (50a, 50b) and a buckle 40 (40a, 40b) through which the winding band 50 is inserted and fixed, and a cap provided on the lower surface of the main body 10 It is comprised by the part 20 and the insertion part 30 with which the lower surface of this bristle part 20 was equipped.

  More specifically, the band clamp 1 is an attachment jig for attaching the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 to the vehicle panel 100. The main body 10 having a rectangular shape in plan view and the left and right directions of the upper surface 10a of the main body 10 are shown. A belt-like winding band 50 extending vertically upward from the vicinity of the end, a buckle 40 that allows insertion of the winding band 50 inside the main body 10 and prevents the winding band 50 from going backward, and a lower surface of the main body 10 It is comprised by the resin part which has the elastic part 20 and the insertion part 30 with which it prepared, and has appropriate elasticity.

  The main body 10 has a short length direction X (an arrow X in FIG. 1) that is a wiring direction of the harness 200 and the like, and a width direction Y (an arrow Y in FIG. 1) that is a parallel direction of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202. More specifically, the length in the width direction Y of the main body portion 10 is slightly longer than the diameter R of the harness 200, and the winding band is vertically upward outward from the outermost width of the harness 200. 50 are arranged.

The cap portion 20 has a circular shape in a bottom view, and has an appropriate thickness, and is formed in an inverted mortar shape having an open bottom surface that spreads outward from the bottom surface of the main body portion 10.
As shown in detail in FIGS. 2 and 3, the insertion portion 30 is disposed so as to protrude downward from the bottom surface at the center in the left-right direction of the main body portion 10, has an appropriate thickness, and has the front and rear lower ends in an oblique direction. It is composed of a hexagonal column 31 having a large chamfer, and legs 32 arranged outwardly from the left and right sides of the lower end of the column 31. The column 31 and the legs 32 have a front-view shape. Forming. Outside the upper end of each leg 32, there are provided three stages of locking hooks 32a for locking the lower corners of the mounting holes 101. In addition, the outward urging | biasing force can be obtained by pressing each leg part 32 to the width direction inner side. The three-stage locking hook 32a is configured to be locked by a locking hook 32a suitable for the thickness of the vehicle panel 100 to be mounted and the diameter of the mounting hole 101.

  The buckle 40 (40a, 40b) is formed with a rectangular through hole penetrating the inside of the main body portion 10 in the width direction Y, and allows insertion from one direction of the winding band 50 into the inside and is once inserted. The winding band 50 is prevented from coming out.

  The winding band 50 is formed in a band shape having a length longer than a circumferential length in which the harness 200 and the hose 201 or the cable 202 arranged in parallel are wound together, and includes a stepped portion 51 at the center of the inner surface. . Note that the stepped portion 51 of the winding band 50 inserted into the buckle 40 is engaged with a retrograde prevention hook (not shown) provided inside the buckle 40, and the inserted winding band 50 is opposite to the insertion direction. It is prevented from going backward in the direction of exit.

  The winding band 50a for winding the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the hose 201 and the winding band 50b for winding the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the cable 202 are shifted by about the width of the winding band 50 in the length direction X. It is installed. Similarly, the buckle 40a through which the winding band 50a is inserted and the buckle 40b through which the winding band 50b is inserted are shifted in the length direction X by the width of the winding band 50.

An attachment method for attaching the band clamp 1 having the above-described configuration to the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 and attaching the band clamp 1 to the vehicle panel 100 will be described below.
First, the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 are arranged in parallel in a shape corresponding to the routing route as shown in FIG. 5, and the band clamp 1 is attached at every bending point M or predetermined interval D. More specifically, the winding band 50a is rotated outside the predetermined portion of the harness 200 and the hose 201, the tip 52 is inserted into the buckle 40a, and the winding band 50a is pulled out from the outlet side to form the first loop 61. (See FIG. 2). In this way, the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the hose 201 can be wound by the first loop 61, and the band clamp 1 can be attached to a predetermined location of the harness 200 and the hose 201.

  Subsequently, the winding band 50b is turned parallel to the harness 200 on the opposite side of the hose 201, the outside of a predetermined portion of the harness 200 is turned, and the tip 52 is inserted into the buckle 40b. The winding band 50b is pulled out from the outlet side to form the second loop 62. Thus, the band clamp 1 can be attached to a predetermined portion of the cable 202 by winding the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the cable 202 by the second loop 62.

  In this way, the first loop 61 is formed in which the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the hose 201 are wound together by the winding band 50a, and the second loop is wound around the outer periphery of the harness 200 and the cable 202 by the winding band 50b. 62 can be formed. Furthermore, as shown in FIG. 2, the third loop 63 along the outer periphery can be formed so as to be sandwiched from both the left and right sides of the harness 200 at the front cross section of the first loop 61 and the second loop 62.

  Accordingly, the hose 201 is fixed to the band clamp 1 together with the harness 200 by the winding band 50 a that forms the first loop 61, and similarly, the cable 202 together with the harness 200 forms the second loop 62. It is fixed to the band clamp 1 by 50b. The harness 200 is fixed by a first loop 61 formed by the winding band 50a and a second loop 62 formed by the winding band 50b. That is, it can be fixed to the band clamp 1 by the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b forming the third loop 63. Therefore, the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 can be reliably fixed to the band clamp 1 by the winding band 50. In addition, the harness unit H is comprised by combining the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 which were arranged in parallel in the shape along a wiring path | route in this way with the band clamp 1. FIG.

  As described above, the harness 200, the hose 201 and the cable 202 are fixed by the winding band 50, that is, the band clamp 1 of the harness unit H is attached to the attachment hole 101 of the vehicle panel 100. More specifically, the band clamp 1 is attached from the upper surface side of the vehicle panel 100 by inserting the insertion portion 30 into the attachment hole 101 until the upper surface of the vehicle panel 100 is pressed by the heel portion 20.

  Here, the leg portion 32 is pressed inward by the side surface of the mounting hole 101, and the lowermost locking hook 32 a is locked to the lower end corner of the mounting hole 101. At this time, the band clamp 1 that is locked to the lower end corner portion of the mounting hole 101 by the locking hook 32a and is fixed to the lower surface side of the vehicle panel 100 by the leg portion 32 that urges the side surface of the mounting hole 101 outward. The upper surface of the vehicle panel 100 is pressed by the deformed bulk portion 20. In other words, the vehicle panel 100 is sandwiched from above and below by the leg portion 32 fixed to the lower surface side of the vehicle panel 100 by the locking hook 32a and the bush portion 20 that presses the upper surface of the vehicle panel 100 so that the band clamp 1 is attached to the vehicle panel 100. Can be installed on.

  In addition, since the outer periphery of each of the harness 200 and the hose 201 and the harness 200 and the cable 202 is wound by one winding band 50 and fixed by the buckle 40, the stepped portion of the winding band 50 51 and the anti-reverse hooks (not shown) provided on the respective buckles can tighten and fix the outer periphery of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 in a tightening condition according to the diameter of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202. it can.

  Therefore, for example, even with the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 having various diameters such as the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 having the same diameter or different diameters, band clamps corresponding to various diameters are prepared. Even if it does not, it can respond with the band clamp 1. FIG. In addition, since the annular pipe 201a is interposed between the outer periphery of the hose 201 and the winding band 50 so that the hose 201 formed of a hollow elastic member is not crushed by the tightening pressure of the winding band 50, the washer liquid is The hose 201 can be fixed in a state where a hollow portion is secured.

  As described above, the band clamp 1 extends from the main body 10, and is wound around and fixed around the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 that are arranged in parallel in the width direction Y and arranged. A belt-shaped winding band 50 and a buckle 40 through which the winding band 50 is inserted and fixed are configured. With this configuration, each of the outer periphery of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 is formed by the two belt-shaped winding bands 50. Can be wound and fixed.

  More specifically, the outer circumferences of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202, each of which is described by a small number of winding bands 50, are wound and fixed. Therefore, the band clamp structure can be easily configured as compared with the band clamps fixed with the same number of band portions as the number of harnesses 200, hoses 201 and cables 202 to be fixed, and the manufacturing cost of the band clamps can be reduced. Can be reduced.

  Of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 arranged in parallel in the width direction Y, the harness 200 and the hose 201 are wound around the winding band 50a, and the harness 200 and the cable 202 are wound around. It can be wound and fixed by the band 50b.

  Thereby, each winding band 50 can wind and fix the outer periphery of the harness 200 which is an inner wiring thing, and the hose 201 and the cable 202 which are outer wiring objects collectively. Further, the harness 200 can be fixed by both the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b.

  Therefore, for example, even when an accident occurs in which one of the two winding bands 50 is wound or detached, the harness 200 is also fixed by the winding band 50b. Therefore, the harness 200 that is heavier than the hose 201 can be fixed safely and reliably.

  Moreover, since the winding band 50 is arrange | positioned in the width direction Y both sides of the harness 200 to mount in the upper surface 10a of the said main-body part 10, the harness 200 to mount is put the said band 50 from both sides of the width direction Y. It can be wound and fixed. Therefore, the harness 200 can be reliably fixed by the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b so as to be sandwiched from both sides in the width direction Y.

  In addition, since the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b are shifted in the fixing length direction X, the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 are connected without interference between the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b. Can be wound. Therefore, the winding work of the winding band 50 is easy and can be fixed securely. In addition, the operability of the band clamp 1 can be improved.

  Thus, the harness unit H is obtained by arranging the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 substantially parallel to the width direction Y, and attaching the band clamp 1 to predetermined locations of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202. Can do. Since the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 are previously arranged substantially parallel to the width direction Y and the band clamp 1 is attached to a predetermined location, the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 are placed in an accurate routing route. Can be routed.

  Furthermore, in this band clamp 1, the total number is 3, and the harness 200, the hose 201 and the cable 202 arranged substantially parallel to the width direction Y can be fixed in a state of being arranged in parallel in the width direction Y, that is, in a side-by-side state. For example, it is particularly effective in fixing a plurality of elongated arrangements when there is a spatial restriction due to vehicle requirements, for example.

  Specifically, for example, when fixing a wiring object such as three harnesses with a normal band clamp having a single band, the three wiring objects are arranged in a triangular shape in the cross-sectional direction by tightening the band. In the band clamp 1 of the present embodiment, the harness 200 is wound and fixed together with the hose 201 and the cable 202 arranged on the left and right sides, respectively, so that each of the hose 201 and the cable 202 is fixed. Even if the band is not fixed so that it does not approach the triangular shape by tightening the band, as shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, three routing objects such as a harness are arranged in the cross-sectional direction. Can be fixed in a straight line.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 5, although it was the structure which routes three harnesses 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 over the whole routing route in the said Example, the routing thing routed on the way in a routing route Can be dealt with by discarding one wrapping band 50 at a location where the number of routing objects of the band clamp 1 has decreased, the band clamp 1 is highly versatile. It is possible to reduce the man-hours for managing the long arrangement.

  And by fixing this harness unit H to the mounting hole 101 provided in the vehicle panel 100, there are many wirings in a complicated wiring route, and it is easy and accurate even in a limited construction space. The harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 can be routed and fixed as the harness unit H.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the band clamp 1 is temporarily fixed at a predetermined position of the harness 200 by sandwiching the vicinity of the side surface of the harness 200 between the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b, and the wire harness with band clamp 200a ( The clamped harness 200a may be configured below.

  In this case, the user first routes the clamped harness 200 a by attaching only the clamped harness 200 a to the mounting hole 101 of the vehicle panel 100 using the band clamp 1. Then, the hose 201 and the cable 202 are routed approximately parallel to the clamped harness 200a routed on the vehicle panel 100, and the hose 201 and the cable 202 are fixed by the winding band 50a and the winding band 50b.

  In this way, there are many arrangements in a complicated arrangement route, and even with the arrangement work of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202 inside the automobile that is executed in a limited installation space, a clamp is attached. By wiring the harness 200a in advance, the hose 201 and the cable 202 can be wired and fixed easily and accurately.

  When the position of the band clamp 1 in the length direction with respect to the harness 200 is not determined, the winding band 50 and the harness 200 may be bonded and temporarily fixed with an adhesive tape (not shown). The adhesive tape may be attached to the upper surface 10 a of the main body 10. Thereby, the band clamp 1 can be easily temporarily fixed to the harness 200, and the adhesive tape is not exposed to the outside, so that convenience is improved.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 7 to 10, an intermediate buckle 70 for temporarily fixing the intersecting state of the winding band 50 a and the winding band 50 b is provided at a cross section C of the winding band 50 a and the winding band 50 b when viewed from the front. The clamped harness 200a may be used.

  Similar to the buckle 40, the intermediate buckle 70 has a through hole having a retrograde prevention hook that allows the winding band 50 to pass therethrough and prevents the winding band 50 (not shown) from going backward. .

  Thus, similarly to the band clamp 1, the winding band 50 can be wound around and attached to predetermined locations of the harness 200, the hose 201, and the cable 202, and as shown in FIG. The outer periphery of the harness 200 can be wound around and temporarily attached by 50a and the winding band 50b.

  The intermediate buckle 70 is suitable for the properties of the harness 200 because it can hold the tightening state of the harness 200 by the winding band 50 by means of a retrograde prevention hook that fits with the stepped portion 51 of the winding band 50 and prevents reverse rotation. Tightening can be realized. Therefore, it is possible to obtain the clamped harness 200a to which the band clamp 1 that does not inadvertently deviate from a predetermined position without using the adhesive tape or the like.

  In addition, since this invention can use the harness 200a with a clamp which fixed the band clamp 1 to the predetermined location of the harness 200 with the intermediate | middle buckle 70 or the adhesive tape, even if it is a complicated wiring path | route, for example Easy to route.

  More specifically, the band clamp 1 in the clamped harness 200a is fixed to the mounting hole 101 provided in the vehicle panel 100, and the hose 201 and the cable 202 are arranged substantially in parallel on both outer sides of the clamped harness 200a. The hose 201 or cable 202 and the clamped harness 200a can be wound and fixed by the winding band 50. As a result, there are many routes in a complicated route, and even if there is a limited construction space in the vehicle, the harness 200a with a clamp is easily and accurately routed in the automobile, and the harness 200a with the clamp is used as a reference. As described above, the hose 201 and the cable 202 can be routed and fixed.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 11, the main body 10c having the mounting recess 11a in addition to the buckle 40a and the winding band 50a is sub-equipped with the mounting convex portion 11b in addition to the buckle 40b and the winding band 50b. The band clamp 1a may be configured such that the main body 10d is detachable. In other words, the band clamp 1a is configured such that the main body portion 10 is divided into a main body 10c and a sub main body 10d that are detachably configured.

  In this case, after the harness 200 and the hose 201 are routed and fixed to the vehicle panel 100 by the band clamp 1a, when the cable 202 is routed substantially parallel to the harness 200, the attachment recess 11a and the attachment protrusion 11b. Are attached to the main body 10c, and the cable 202 can be fixed by the buckle 40b and the winding band 50b provided to the sub body 10d. In this way, for example, in the original vehicle, the cable 202 is not required to be routed, but the additional cable 202 is attached to the mounting hole 101 even when the cable 202 is required to be installed due to the installation of the optional device. Can be attached and fixed to the main body 10c which is already fixed to the main body 10c.

  In the description of the above-described embodiment, one harness 200 is used as the inner routing object. However, as illustrated in FIG. 12, two or more harnesses 200 may be disposed as the inner routing object. . In this case, if the outer periphery of two or more harnesses 200 and hoses 201 are collectively wound around the winding band 50a, and the outer periphery of the two or more harnesses 200 and cables 202 are collectively wound around and fixed by the winding band 50b. Good. Thereby, the effect in the above-mentioned embodiment can be acquired irrespective of the number of the harnesses 200 which are inner arrangement | positioning things.

  Moreover, in the said Example, although the hose 201 and the cable 202 were used as an outer wiring thing, even if it uses the harness 200 and another harness used as an inner wiring thing in the said Example as an outer wiring thing. Good. Thereby, even if it is a case where a plurality of harnesses 200 are arranged in parallel, for example, the arrangement object can be efficiently fixed using the band clamp 1.

In correspondence between the configuration of the present invention and the above-described embodiment,
Three or more elongated arrangements of the present invention correspond to the wire harness 200, the washer hose 201, and the hood opener cable 202,
Similarly,
The band part corresponds to the winding band 50,
The insertion fixing part corresponds to the buckle 40,
Band clamp corresponds to band clamp 1, 1a,
The inner routing corresponds to the wire harness 200,
The outer routing corresponds to the washer hose 201 and the hood opener cable 202,
The wire harness corresponds to the harness 200,
The temporary fixing means corresponds to the intermediate buckle 70 or the adhesive tape,
The automobile panel corresponds to the vehicle panel 100,
The fixing hole corresponds to the mounting hole 101,
The arrangement unit corresponds to the harness unit H,
The present invention is not limited only to the configuration of the above-described embodiment, and many embodiments can be obtained.

The perspective view of the band clamp of an attachment state. The front view of the band clamp of an attachment state. The right view of the band clamp of an attachment state. The top view of the band clamp in an attachment state. Explanatory drawing explaining wiring of a harness, a hose, and a cable. The perspective view of the wire harness with a band clamp whose band clamp is a temporary attachment state. The perspective view of the band clamp of the attachment state of another embodiment. The front view of the band clamp of the attachment state of another embodiment. The top view of the band clamp in the attachment state of another embodiment. The perspective view of the wire harness with a band clamp in which the band clamp in another embodiment is a temporary attachment state. The perspective view of the band clamp in the attachment state of another embodiment. The front view of the band clamp of the attachment state of another embodiment.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Band clamp 10 ... Main-body part 10a ... Upper surface 40 (40a, 40b) ... Buckle 50 (50a, 50b) ... Winding band 70 ... Intermediate buckle 100 ... Vehicle panel 101 ... Mounting hole 200 ... Wire harness 200a ... With band clamp Wire harness 201 ... Washer hose 202 ... Hood opener cable H ... Harness unit

Claims (9)

  1. A plurality of belt-shaped band portions extending from the main body portion and wound around the outer periphery of a plurality of elongated wiring objects;
    It is arranged inside the main body part, and is composed of an insertion fixing part for inserting and fixing the band part,
    The number of the band parts is
    Consists of fewer than the number of the arrangements to be fixed ,
    In the two band parts,
    While fixing three or more elongated arrangements arranged in parallel in the width direction,
    The three or more elongated arrangements
    It is assumed that the inner arrangement is arranged on the inner side in the width direction and the outer arrangement is arranged on both outer sides in the width direction.
    In one band part, while winding the inner wiring thing and one outer wiring thing,
    A band clamp characterized by winding and fixing the inner wiring object and the other outer wiring object at the other band part .
  2. The band clamp of Claim 1 which has arrange | positioned the said band part on the width direction both sides of the said inner wiring thing mounted in the upper surface of the said main-body part.
  3. The two band portions are
    The band clamp according to claim 1 or 2 , wherein the band clamp is arranged so as to be shifted in a length direction of the routing object to be fixed.
  4. The inner wiring is composed of a wire harness,
    The band clamp in any one of Claim 1 to 3 provided with the temporary fixing means temporarily fixed with respect to this wire harness.
  5. The band clamp according to claim 4 ,
    A wire harness with a band clamp that is temporarily fixed to a predetermined position of the wire harness by the temporary fixing means.
  6. The band clamp in the wire harness with a band clamp according to claim 5 is fixed to a fixing hole provided in a panel of an automobile,
    Arranging the outer cords in parallel on both outer sides of the wire harness,
    In one band part, while winding the inner wiring thing and one outer wiring thing,
    A method for fixing an in-vehicle arrangement in which the inner arrangement and the other outer arrangement are wound and fixed in the other band portion.
  7. Three or more elongated wires are arranged approximately parallel to the width direction,
    The manufacturing method of the routing object unit which attaches the band clamp in any one of Claim 1 to 4 to the predetermined location of the said 3 or more elongate routing objects.
  8. The band clamp according to any one of claims 1 to 4 ,
    An arrangement unit constructed by attaching to a predetermined portion of three or more long arrangement objects arranged in parallel substantially in the width direction.
  9. The band clamp in the routing object unit according to claim 8 ,
    A method for fixing a vehicle routing object fixed in a fixing hole provided in a panel of an automobile.
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