JP5186866B2 - In-vehicle camera mounting method to radiator grill and in-vehicle camera mounting structure to radiator grill - Google Patents

In-vehicle camera mounting method to radiator grill and in-vehicle camera mounting structure to radiator grill Download PDF

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JP5186866B2
JP5186866B2 JP2007257704A JP2007257704A JP5186866B2 JP 5186866 B2 JP5186866 B2 JP 5186866B2 JP 2007257704 A JP2007257704 A JP 2007257704A JP 2007257704 A JP2007257704 A JP 2007257704A JP 5186866 B2 JP5186866 B2 JP 5186866B2
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  The present invention relates to a method for mounting an in-vehicle camera to a radiator grill integrally formed with an emblem mounting seat to which an emblem can be mounted, and a structure for mounting an in-vehicle camera to a radiator grill.

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there has been known a device that can be easily seen from a driver's seat by installing a camera on a radiator grill, interlocking with an in-vehicle navigation system, and displaying a blind spot in front of the vehicle on a screen provided in the driver's seat. (For example, refer to Patent Document 1).
JP 2005-199837 A

  However, in order to attach the camera to the existing radiator grill body, the modification scale of the existing radiator grill mold is large, and there are two types of molds, the type that does not install the camera and the type that installs the camera. there were.

  The present invention has been made paying attention to the above-described conventional problems, and is shared as a radiator grille of a type in which a camera is not installed and a type of radiator grille to be installed in one type of radiator grill by one type of mold. Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention to provide an in-vehicle camera mounting structure on a radiator grill capable of reducing the cost.

  In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, the in-vehicle camera mounting method to the radiator grill according to claim 1 of the present invention is to post-process the opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera from the lower part of the emblem mounting seat to the lower part of the radiator grill. A vehicle rear side of the finisher in a state where the lens is seen from a hole formed in a portion of the finisher that covers the outer surface of the emblem mounting seat and the opening and covers the opening of the radiator grille to which the emblem can be attached The vehicle camera is attached to the finisher, the finisher is attached to the emblem mounting seat, and the emblem is attached to the finisher.

  The in-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill according to claim 2 is an in-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill in which an emblem mounting seat to which the emblem can be mounted is formed integrally with the radiator grill, and the emblem mounting seat An opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera is formed from a lower part of the radiator grille to a lower part of the radiator grille, and a finisher that covers the outer surface of the emblem mounting seat and the opening and can be attached to the emblem is provided. The radiator of the finisher A lens arrangement hole is formed in a portion covering the opening of the grill, and the in-vehicle camera is attached to the finisher from the vehicle rear side of the finisher in a state where the lens is looked through the lens arrangement hole. It is attached to the emblem mounting seat and the finish It was a means, characterized in that the emblem turbocharger is mounted.

  In the in-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill of the present invention, as described above, the opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera is post-processed from the lower portion of the emblem mounting seat to the lower portion of the radiator grill, and the outer surface and the opening of the emblem mounting seat are formed. Install the in-vehicle camera from the rear side of the vehicle with the lens looking through the hole that covers the opening of the radiator grille of the finisher that can be attached and the emblem can be attached, attach the finisher to the emblem mounting seat, and emblem the finisher By attaching the emblem, you can not only install the camera on the radiator grille, but also attach the emblem to the emblem mounting seat without post-processing the opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera on the radiator grille, It can also be used for types without a camera.

  Therefore, one type of radiator grill with one type of mold can be used as both a type that does not have a camera installed and a type of radiator grill that is installed, thereby achieving an effect that costs can be reduced.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

  The on-vehicle camera mounting method and mounting structure to the radiator grille of this embodiment correspond to the inventions described in claims 1 to 6.

  FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view from the front of a vehicle showing a structure for mounting an in-vehicle camera to the radiator grille of this embodiment, FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view showing a part of the mounting structure of the in-vehicle camera to the finisher, and FIG. 3 is a radiator of the embodiment. FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken along the line AA in FIG. 3, FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken along the line BB in FIG. 3, and FIG. 6 is a sectional view taken along the line C in FIG. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view taken along line D-D in FIG. 3.

  The vehicle-mounted camera mounting structure to the radiator grille of this embodiment includes a radiator grill 1, a finisher 2, a vehicle-mounted camera 3, a vehicle-mounted camera mounting bracket 4, a finisher mounting bracket 5, and an emblem 6. Yes.

  More specifically, as shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the radiator grill 1 has an emblem mounting seat 11 to which an emblem 6 can be attached at the center of the front surface of the vehicle, which is integrally formed of resin. That is, the engagement holes 11a for inserting the engagement claws 61 (see FIGS. 4 and 5) provided on the attachment surface side 6a of the emblem 6 and elastically engaging the left and right and upper and lower four positions of the emblem attachment seat 11 are provided. Is provided.

  The engagement holes 11a are provided at the left and right and upper and lower four places when the radiator grill 1 is molded with resin. However, when the on-vehicle camera mounting opening 12 is post-processed, the lower engagement hole portion is cut off. Become.

  The finisher 2 includes a main body portion 21 that covers the outer surface 11d of the emblem mounting seat 11 from the front side of the vehicle, and a lower portion 11c of the emblem mounting seat 11 to a part of a horizontal rail 13 described later that is positioned on the lower portion 1a of the radiator grill 1. A camera mounting portion 22 is formed integrally with a camera mounting portion 22 that covers the opening 12 for mounting a vehicle-mounted camera, which is formed by cutting off the post-molding of the radiator grill 1, and the emblem is formed on the vehicle front surface 21 c of the main body portion 21. 6 is attached, and the vehicle-mounted camera 3 is attached to the vehicle rear surface 22b which is the back surface of the camera attachment portion 22. 4 and 5, the engagement holes 61 for elastically engaging the engagement claws 61 provided on the attachment surface side 6a of the emblem 6 at the left and right and upper and lower four positions of the main body 21 as shown in the engagement state. 21a, and positioning ribs 21b for the emblem mounting seat 11 are provided at three positions on the left, right, and top.

  A plurality of, that is, two positioning boss holes 41 are formed in the camera mounting bracket 4. When the positioning boss hole 41 is inserted into the positioning boss 23 and the mounting boss 24 is screwed to the mounting boss 24, the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached to the finisher 2. It is attached.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 4, the in-vehicle camera 3 is assembled to the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4, and the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 is attached to the vehicle rear surface 22 b of the camera mounting portion 22 of the finisher 2. ing. By mounting in this way, the in-vehicle camera 3 is mounted in a state in which the lens 31 is looked through the portion of the finisher 2 that covers the opening 12 of the radiator grill 1, that is, the lens mounting hole 22 a formed in the camera mounting portion 22. It is supposed to be.

  As shown in FIGS. 2, 4, and 6, an in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 in which the in-vehicle camera 3 is mounted on the vehicle rear side of the finisher 2 is disposed.

  Further, the finisher 2 is integrated with the rear side of the finisher 2, that is, from the rear side 21 d of the main body 21 of the finisher 2 and the rear side 22 b of the camera mounting portion 22 so as to protrude toward the rear side of the vehicle. A plurality of, i.e., two positioning bosses 23, and a plurality of, i.e., three, mounting bosses 24 are formed.

  On the other hand, the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached to the finisher 2 from the vehicle rear side of the finisher 2 in this way. Further, the mounting of the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 to the finisher 2 will be described in detail. As shown in FIGS. 2, 4, and 6, the upper and lower positioning bosses 23 integrally molded with the finisher 2 are mounted on the in-vehicle camera. The in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 is screwed with the screws 42 to the three mounting bosses 24 formed in the finisher 2 in a state of being inserted into and mounted in the positioning boss holes 41 formed in the bracket 4. The vehicle-mounted camera 3 is attached to the vehicle 2 in a state where the vehicle-mounted camera 3 is positioned.

  As shown in FIG. 4, one of the three screws 42 includes a finisher mounting bracket 5 and a mounting boss 24 formed on the finisher 2 when the finisher 2 is mounted on the emblem mounting seat 11. The finisher 2, the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4, and the finisher are attached by tightening the finisher 2 and the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 together with the screws 42 to the finisher mounting bracket 5 with the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 interposed therebetween. The three brackets 5 are integrally screwed together.

  As shown in FIGS. 1, 4, 5, and 7, the finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached as described above is attached to the finisher 2 at the left and right and lower three positions formed to protrude rearward of the vehicle body. The boss 25 is provided integrally.

  The left and right two of the mounting bosses 25 formed on the finisher 2 are attached to the emblem via screws 26 inserted into screw insertion holes 11b formed in the left and right two positions of the emblem mounting seat 11 by post-processing. Attached to the seat 11.

  Further, as shown by a one-dot chain line in FIG. 1, the remaining one lower portion of the mounting boss 25 is directly attached to the finisher mounting bracket 5 with a screw 26. That is, in this embodiment, the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 are placed with the emblem mounting seat 11 being sandwiched between the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 applied from the rear side of the radiator grille 1. The finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached is attached to the radiator grille 1 by screwing between them.

  As shown in FIGS. 1, 2, and 5, the emblem mounting seat 11 is formed by inserting a positioning rib 21 b formed integrally with the finisher 2 into an emblem mounting insertion engagement hole 11 a set in the emblem mounting seat 11. The finisher 2 is positioned relative to.

  As described above, the finisher 2 is attached to the emblem mounting seat 11, and the emblem 6 is attached to the finisher 2.

  The emblem 6 includes a circular portion 6b formed in a ring shape, a plate-like shape having a predetermined width in the vertical direction, projecting out of the circular portion 6b across the center of the circular portion 6b in the vehicle width direction. And a rectangular portion 6c formed on the substrate.

  The emblem 6 has a predetermined thickness and is rounded at the corners.

  In addition, the emblem mounting seat 11 and the finisher 2 have a front shape substantially matching the front shape of the circular portion 6b and the rectangular portion 6c of the emblem 6.

  On the other hand, the radiator grill 1 is formed in a substantially rectangular frame 15 from the upper frame portion 15a, the side frame portions 15b and 15c, and the lower frame portion 15d, and extends in the vehicle width direction in the frame 15. The vertical beam 14 extending in the vertical direction is formed integrally with the frame 1, and the horizontal beam 13 and the horizontal beam 13, the vertical beam 14 and the vertical beam 14, the frame 15 and the horizontal beam 13, and the frame 15 and the vertical beam 14. Between each of the crosspieces 14, it is provided in a lattice shape with an interval. This interval forms the air intake 16.

  Reference numeral 1b denotes a vehicle body attachment portion of the radiator grill 1 extending from the upper frame portion 15a toward the rear of the vehicle. A vehicle body attachment portion (not shown) is also formed in the lower frame portion 15d.

  The horizontal rail 13 is in contact with the outer peripheral surface 11e of the emblem mounting seat 11 and is integrally formed, and the side cross section of the horizontal rail 3 is formed in a substantially U shape.

  The body portion 21 of the finisher 2 has a bottomed cylindrical shape with the vehicle front surface 11f side as the bottom so as to cover the outer surface 11d composed of the outer peripheral surface 11e of the emblem mounting seat 11 and the vehicle front surface 11f from the vehicle front side. Is formed.

  Side walls 21f and 22c are formed in the main body 21 and the camera mounting portion 22 of the finisher 2, respectively, and the side walls 21f and 22c correspond to the shape of the surface 13a of the horizontal rail 13 and are substantially U-shaped notches. 21e and 22d are formed.

  The notches 21e and 22d fit into the cross rail 13 when the finisher 2 is attached to the emblem mounting seat 11.

  Thus, since the notches 21e and 22d are formed in the main body 21 of the finisher 2 and the side walls 21f and 22c of the camera mounting portion 22, even if the cross rail 13 is provided on the radiator grill 1, it is easy and attractive. The finisher 2 can be well attached to the emblem mounting seat 11. Thereby, the vehicle-mounted camera 3 can also be provided in the radiator grill 1 easily and with good appearance.

  Next, functions and effects of the embodiment will be described.

  In the on-vehicle camera mounting method and mounting structure to the radiator grille of this embodiment, as described above, the opening 12 for mounting the on-vehicle camera is post-processed from the lower part 11c of the emblem mounting seat 11 to the lower part of the radiator grill 1 and cut off. The lens 31 covers the outer surface 11d of the emblem mounting seat 11 and the opening 12 and allows the lens 31 to be seen through a lens arrangement hole 22a formed in a portion covering the opening 12 of the radiator grill 2 of the finisher 2 to which the emblem 6 can be attached. By mounting the in-vehicle camera 3 from the rear side of the vehicle, attaching the finisher 2 to the emblem mounting seat 11, and attaching the emblem 6 to the finisher 2, not only can the camera be installed on the radiator grill 1, but also the emblem mounting Each seat 11 is provided with each member provided on the mounting surface side 6a of the emblem 6. Since the engaging hole 11a for inserting and engaging the claw 61 is provided, the emblem 6 is attached to the emblem mounting seat 11 without post-processing the opening 12 for mounting the vehicle-mounted camera on the radiator grill 1. Therefore, it is possible to correspond to a type without a camera.

  Therefore, one type of radiator grill 1 with one type of mold can be used as a type of radiator grill 1 that is not installed with a camera and a type of radiator grill 1 that is installed, thereby reducing costs. Is obtained.

  Further, the finisher 2 covers the outer surface 11d of the emblem mounting seat 11, so that the design is not deteriorated.

  In addition, since the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached in a state where the lens 31 is viewed from the lens mounting hole 22a formed in the camera attachment portion 22 that covers the opening 12 of the radiator grill 1, the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached to the radiator. The front end of the grill 1 can be secured to ensure good visibility, and the lens 31 of the in-vehicle camera 3 is only visible through the hole 22a formed in the camera mounting portion 22 of the finisher 2, so that the appearance is good. Will be able to.

  In addition, the upper and lower two positioning bosses 23 integrally molded with the finisher 2 are inserted into the positioning boss holes 41 formed in the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 and attached to the three positions formed in the finisher 2. By mounting the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket 4 to the mounting boss 24 with screws 42, the in-vehicle camera 3 can be mounted in a state where the in-vehicle camera 3 is positioned with respect to the finisher 2. The accuracy can be improved.

  The finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached is mounted on the radiator grille 1 by being attached to the emblem mounting seat 11 via the screw insertion holes 11b post-processed at two positions on the left and right sides of the emblem mounting seat 11. 3 can be supplied to the factory vehicle assembly line.

  Further, the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 are screwed together with the emblem mounting seat 11 being sandwiched between the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 applied from the vehicle rear side of the radiator grill 1. Since the finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached is attached to the radiator grill 1, the attachment strength of the finisher 2 in which the in-vehicle camera 3 is incorporated with respect to the radiator grill 1 can be increased.

  Further, the positioning of the finisher 2 with respect to the emblem mounting seat 11 is achieved by inserting positioning ribs 21b formed integrally with the finisher 2 into the emblem mounting insertion engagement holes 11a set in the emblem mounting seat 11. Thus, the mounting accuracy of the in-vehicle camera 3 with respect to the emblem mounting seat 11 can be improved.

  As described above, the embodiments of the present invention have been described with reference to the drawings. However, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and the present invention can be applied even if there is a design change or the like without departing from the gist of the present invention. included.

  For example, in the embodiment, between the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 with the emblem mounting seat 11 being sandwiched between the finisher mounting bracket 5 and the finisher 2 applied from the vehicle rear side of the radiator grill 1. Although the finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached by screwing is attached to the radiator grill 1, the finisher 2 may be directly screwed to the emblem mounting seat 11.

  Further, in the embodiment, the screw insertion holes 11b are post-processed in the left and right positions of the emblem mounting seat 11 in order to attach the finisher 2 to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is attached. Since it is hidden by 6, it may be opened when the radiator grill 1 is molded.

  In the embodiment, the opening 12 for mounting the vehicle-mounted camera is cut by post-processing after forming the radiator grille 1 from the lower part 11c of the emblem mounting seat 11 to a part of the horizontal rail 13 located at the lower part 1a of the radiator grille 1. However, when the radiator grille 1 is formed, the vehicle-mounted camera mounting opening 12 may be opened. In this case, in a vehicle in which the in-vehicle camera 3 is not attached, the finisher 2 in which the horizontal rail 13 of the radiator grill 1 is formed at a position corresponding to the camera attachment portion 22 of the finisher 2 is prepared. Then, the finisher 2 on which the cross rail 13 is formed is attached to the emblem mounting seat 11. At the time of this attachment, the horizontal rail 13 formed at a location corresponding to the camera mounting portion 22 is attached so as to coincide with the horizontal rail 13 formed outside the opening 12 for mounting the in-vehicle camera. By doing in this way, the crosspiece 13 can be shown continuously in the vehicle width direction.

  In addition, in the vehicle which mounts the vehicle-mounted camera 3, it mounts like an Example. In this case, both the vehicle to which the in-vehicle camera 3 is not attached and the vehicle to which the vehicle-mounted camera 3 is attached use the radiator grille 1 with the opening 12 open, so that the mold for the radiator grille 1 can be handled with a single die.

  Further, in the embodiment, the finisher 2 has a bottomed cylindrical shape, but this is because the emblem 6 is formed in a ring shape, and the shape of the finisher 2 changes according to the shape of the emblem. .

  Moreover, when the emblem mounting seat different from the shape of an emblem is formed, it is good also as the shape of the finisher 2 matched with the shape of this emblem mounting seat.

It is a disassembled perspective view from the vehicle front which shows the vehicle-mounted camera attachment structure to the radiator grille of an Example. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows a part the mounting structure of the vehicle-mounted camera with respect to a finisher. It is a front view of the principal part which shows the vehicle-mounted camera attachment structure to the radiator grille of an Example. It is sectional drawing in the AA of FIG. It is sectional drawing in the BB line of FIG. It is sectional drawing in CC line of FIG. It is sectional drawing in the DD line | wire of FIG.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Radiator grille 1a Lower part 1b Car body attaching part 11 Emblem attaching seat 11a Engagement hole 11b Insertion hole 11c Lower part 11d Outer surface 11e Outer surface 11f Vehicle front surface 12 Opening part 13 Horizontal beam 13a Surface 14 Vertical beam 15 Frame 15a Upper frame 15b side Frame portion 15c Side frame portion 15d Lower frame portion 2 Finisher 21 Main body portion 21a Engagement hole 21b Positioning rib 21c Vehicle front surface 21d Vehicle rear surface 21e Notch portion 21f Side wall 22 Camera mounting portion 22a Hole 22b Vehicle rear surface 22c Side wall 22d Notch Numeral 23 Positioning boss 24 Mounting boss 25 Mounting boss 26 Screw 3 In-vehicle camera 31 Lens 4 In-vehicle camera mounting bracket 41 Boss hole 42 Screw 5 Finisher mounting bracket 6 Emblem 6a Mounting surface side 6b Circular portion 6c Rectangular portion 61 Engagement Nail

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  1. An in-vehicle camera mounting method to a radiator grill in which an emblem mounting seat to which the emblem can be attached is formed integrally with the radiator grill,
    From the lower part of the emblem mounting seat to the lower part of the radiator grill, post-processing the opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera,
    Covering the outer surface of the emblem mounting seat and the opening and from the rear side of the finisher in a state where the lens is seen through a hole formed in a portion of the finisher that can attach the emblem and covers the opening of the radiator grille. Attach the in-vehicle camera,
    Attach the finisher to the emblem mounting seat,
    A vehicle-mounted camera mounting method on a radiator grill, wherein the emblem is mounted on the finisher.
  2. The emblem mounting seat to which the emblem can be attached is an in-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grille formed integrally with the radiator grille,
    An opening for mounting the in-vehicle camera is formed from the lower part of the emblem mounting seat to the lower part of the radiator grill,
    A finisher that covers the outer surface of the emblem mounting seat and the opening and to which the emblem can be attached is provided, and a lens installation hole is formed in a portion of the finisher that covers the opening of the radiator grille. The in-vehicle camera is attached to the finisher from the vehicle rear side of the finisher in a state where the lens is viewed from
    The finisher is attached to the emblem mounting seat,
    An in-vehicle camera mounting structure on a radiator grill, wherein the emblem is mounted on the finisher.
  3. An in-vehicle camera mounting bracket in which an in-vehicle camera is mounted on the vehicle rear side of the finisher is disposed,
    The finisher is formed with a plurality of positioning bosses and a plurality of mounting bosses that are integrally formed so as to protrude from the rear surface of the finisher to the vehicle rear side, and the vehicle-mounted camera mounting bracket has a plurality of positioning boss holes. The in-vehicle camera is attached to the finisher by screwing the in-vehicle camera mounting bracket to the plurality of mounting bosses in a state where the positioning boss hole is attached to the positioning boss. The on-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill according to claim 2, wherein the mounting structure is mounted on the radiator grill.
  4.   The radiator according to claim 2 or 3, wherein a screw insertion hole is formed in the emblem mounting seat, and the finisher is attached to the emblem mounting seat by a screw inserted through the screw insertion hole. In-vehicle camera mounting structure on the grill.
  5. The in-vehicle camera is mounted by screwing between the finisher mounting bracket and the finisher with the emblem mounting seat sandwiched between the finisher mounting bracket applied from the rear side of the radiator grille and the finisher. The on-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill according to any one of claims 2 to 4, wherein the mounted finisher is configured to be attached to the radiator grill.
  6. The finisher is positioned relative to the emblem mounting seat by inserting positioning ribs formed integrally with the finisher into the emblem mounting insertion engagement hole set in the emblem mounting seat. The in-vehicle camera mounting structure to the radiator grill according to any one of claims 2 to 5.

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