JP5337634B2 - Shield connector for equipment - Google Patents

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JP5337634B2
JP5337634B2 JP2009200319A JP2009200319A JP5337634B2 JP 5337634 B2 JP5337634 B2 JP 5337634B2 JP 2009200319 A JP2009200319 A JP 2009200319A JP 2009200319 A JP2009200319 A JP 2009200319A JP 5337634 B2 JP5337634 B2 JP 5337634B2
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a shield connector in which the number of components and man-hour are reduced, and cost and using energy can be reduced. <P>SOLUTION: The shield connector for equipment 1 has a metal shield case 10 and a connector 20 which is housed in and fixed to the shield case 10 by tightening a bolt 30 and is electrically connected to a terminal on the equipment side. The shield case 10 has a projection part 15 projecting from the inner side of a shield case 10 and a fixing hole 16 which extends along the projection direction of the projection part 15 and is installed in the projection part 15. The connector 20 has a hole 26 to let the projection part 15 of the shield case 10 penetrate, and in the state that the projection part 15 of the shield case 10 is penetrated in the hole 26 of the connector 20, the bolt 30 is screwed in the fixing hole 16 and the connector 20 is housed in and fixed to the shield case 10. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2011,JPO&amp;INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a shield connector for equipment having a metal shield case and a connector that is housed and fixed in the shield case by tightening a bolt and is electrically connected to a terminal on the equipment side.

  A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is driven by using one or both of a motor and an internal combustion engine (engine) depending on the situation. An inverter connector is directly attached to the inverter of the hybrid vehicle. The inverter is a high current circuit provided in the engine room, and is known to generate noise and affect peripheral devices. Therefore, a shield connector for equipment disclosed in Patent Document 1 is known, and the shield connector for equipment is composed of a metal case manufactured by aluminum die casting or the like and a connector for electrical circuit connection. The metal case is bolted to the inverter, and the noise generated in the electric circuit is grounded from the inverter to the vehicle body via the aluminum case.

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  For example, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, the conventional device shield connector 100 described above includes a metal case 110 and an electric circuit connecting portion 120 fixed to the metal case 110. doing. The electric circuit connecting portion 120 has a mounting portion 121 that is a through hole for fixing with the metal case 110 and the bolt 130, and a metal collar 140 is press-fitted into the mounting portion 121. When the electric circuit connecting portion 120 is housed in the metal case 110, the mounting portion 121 and the bolt fastening hole 111 of the metal case 110 communicate with each other. It is fixed to the metal case 110. The collar 140 prevents the bolt 140 from biting into and deforming the housing of the electric circuit connecting portion 120 due to shaving or bolt tightening.

  However, since the above-described shield connector 100 for equipment needs to press-fit the collar 140 into the mounting portion 121 of the electric circuit connecting portion 120, after forming the electric circuit connecting portion 120 as a sub-assembly, the collar 140 is attached by a dedicated jig. There was a problem in that it was necessary to press-fit, and the assembly work man-hours would occur. Further, when the collar 140 is press-fitted into the electric circuit connecting portion 120, scraps of the housing of the electric circuit connecting portion 120 are generated, which causes an increase in man-hours and management items for removing the debris.

  Therefore, in view of the above-described problems, an object of the present invention is to provide a shield connector for equipment that can reduce the number of parts and man-hours and can reduce cost and energy consumption.

  In order to solve the above-mentioned problems, the shield connector for an apparatus according to claim 1, which is made according to the present invention, is housed and fixed in the shield case by tightening a bolt and electrically connected to a terminal on the apparatus side. In the shield connector for appliances, the shield case includes a protrusion protruding from the inner surface of the shield case, and a fixing provided on the protrusion extending along the protruding direction of the protrusion. A hole, through which the convex portion of the shield case passes, and the bolt in the fixing hole in a state where the convex portion of the shield case is passed through the hole portion of the connector. The connector is accommodated and fixed in the shield case.

  According to the shield connector for appliances of the present invention described in claim 1 above, the projection of the shield case is passed through the hole of the connector, and the projection of the shield case is accommodated in the shield case. When the bolt is screwed into the fixing hole, the connector can be accommodated and fixed in the shield case.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the shield connector for equipment according to the first aspect, the convex portion of the shield case is a protrusion for positioning the housing position of the connector.

  According to the shield connector for appliances of the present invention described in claim 2 above, the connector can be positioned in the shield case accommodation position by passing the hole of the connector through the convex portion of the shield case.

  As described above, according to the shield connector for equipment of the present invention described in claim 1, since the convex portion is formed in the shield case and the fixing hole of the bolt is formed in the convex portion, the shield Since the convex part of the case can prevent the bolt from biting into the shield case and deforming by bolting, the convex part of the shield case can function as a conventional collar. Therefore, even if a hole is formed in the connector, it is not necessary to provide a collar in the hole, so that the press-in process of the collar, the production of a jig for press-in the collar, and the number of components can be reduced. It is possible to reduce costs and energy consumption. In addition, since it is not necessary to press-fit a collar into the hole portion of the connector and the like, it is possible to prevent the generation of scraps, so that the man-hours and management for removing the scraps can be eliminated. Furthermore, it is not necessary to press-fit a metal collar into the synthetic resin connector, and the number of parts can be reduced, so that the decomposability can be improved.

  According to the shield connector for equipment of the present invention described in claim 2, in addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1, the connector can be accommodated in the shield case only by passing the connector hole through the convex portion of the shield case. Since it can be positioned at the position and the bolt can be tightened in this state, the assembling property can be improved.

It is a disassembled perspective view of the shield connector for apparatuses of this invention. It is sectional drawing when a connector is accommodated and fixed to a shield case. It is sectional drawing which showed the cross section of the arrow direction which passes along the straight line AA in FIG. It is a front view when a connector is accommodated and fixed to a shield case. It is sectional drawing which showed the cross section of the arrow direction which passes along the straight line BB in FIG. It is a disassembled perspective view of the conventional shield connector for apparatuses. It is sectional drawing when a connector is accommodated and fixed to the shield case of FIG.

  Hereinafter, an example of an embodiment of a shield connector for equipment according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings of FIGS.

  1 to 4, the device shield connector 1 is attached to an electronic device such as an inverter of a hybrid vehicle, and is used to supply electric power to the electronic device. And the shield connector 1 for apparatuses has the shield case 10, the connector 20, and the volt | bolt 30, and is comprised.

  The shield case 10 includes a case housing 11, a first opening portion 12, a second opening portion 13, a housing portion 14, a convex portion 15, and a fixing hole 16.

  The case housing 11 has a space extending from the first opening 12 to the second opening 13 by a conductive metal member such as aluminum die cast. The case housing 11 includes a first connection portion 11a connected to the electronic device and a second connection portion 11b connected to the power supply side. The first connection portion 11a and the second connection portion 11b are Orthogonal. The first connecting part 11a is a substantially elliptical fitting part into which a plurality of (four in the figure) insertion holes 11c through which bolts are inserted when being fixed to the electronic device side and the seal member 11e are fitted. 11d. The seal member 11e is made of an insulating elastic member, and causes the first opening 12 of the shield case 10 to be in close contact with the electronic device. The second connection portion 11b has a plurality of (two in the drawing) second insertion holes 11f through which bolts are inserted when being fixed to the power supply side.

  The 1st opening part 12 is formed in the 1st connection part 11a, and is a substantially elliptical fitting port which can be fitted with the said electronic device side. And the 2nd opening part 13 is formed in the 2nd connection part 11b, and is a fitting opening of the substantially same shape as the connector 20 which can be fitted with the electric power supply side. And the accommodating part 14 is the space in the case housing 11 formed between the 1st opening part 12 and the 2nd opening part 13, and is formed in the shape which can accommodate the connector 20, as shown in FIG. Has been. The accommodating portion 14 has a structure in which one end of the connector 20 from which the second terminal 25 extends is positioned and accommodated at a position separated from the second opening 13 by a predetermined distance.

  The protrusion 15 is formed to protrude from the inner surface of the case housing 11 toward the first opening 12 along the mounting direction X of the connector 20 in FIG. 1 by the thickness of the first attachment portion 22. The fixing hole 16 extends along the protruding direction of the convex portion 15, that is, the mounting direction X, and is formed in the convex portion 15. The fixing hole 16 is formed so that the bolt 30 can be tightened. The outer shape and thickness of the convex portion 15 and the diameter of the fixing hole 16 are designed in consideration of the bite of the bolt 30 into the convex portion 15 due to tightening of the bolt 30, deformation, and the diameter of the bolt 30. Yes. For example, the outer shape and thickness of the convex portion 15 and the diameter of the fixing hole 16 are designed to be the same size as a conventional collar.

  The connector 20 includes a connector housing 21, a first attachment portion 22, a second attachment portion 23, a pair of first terminals 24, and a pair of second terminals 25. The first terminal 24 and the second terminal 25 are electrically connected within the connector housing 21.

  The connector housing 21 is formed in a substantially rectangular parallelepiped shape from a synthetic resin, and has a fitting portion 21a into which a mating connector (not shown) is fitted. Since the connector housing 21 is accommodated in the accommodating portion 14 of the shield case 10 as shown in FIG. 3, in this embodiment, the accommodation position of the connector housing 21 in the shield case 10 is the position of the connector 20 in the claims. It is a storage position.

  The first attachment portion 22 extends to the outside from the side edge portion on one side of the connector housing 21. One surface of the first mounting portion 22 is flush with the side wall 21 b of the connector housing 21, and the other surface is orthogonal to the connector housing 21. The first attachment portion 22 has a hole portion 26 through which the convex portion 15 of the shield case 10 passes. The hole portion 26 of the present embodiment is formed as a through-hole penetrating the first attachment portion 22 so that the convex portion 15 can be fitted.

  The second attachment portion 23 extends to the outside from the side edge portion of the connector housing 21 opposite to the first attachment portion 22. The second mounting portion 23 has a positioning hole 23 a through which a positioning convex portion (not shown) protruding from the inner surface of the case housing 11 is passed. The positioning hole 23 a is formed smaller than the hole portion 26 of the first attachment portion 22. The connector 20 is positioned at the housing position of the shield case 10 by the hole 26 of the first mounting portion 22 and the positioning hole 23a of the second mounting portion 23.

  The first terminal 24 is formed of a conductive metal member, and protrudes from the side wall 21b of the connector housing 21 toward the electronic device. As shown in FIG. 3, the first terminal 24 protrudes to the outside from the first opening 12 of the shield case 10, and is electrically connected to a terminal on the electronic device side (not shown). The second terminal 25 is formed of a conductive metal member and is provided in the connector housing 21 along the side wall 21b. The second terminal 25 is accommodated in the shield case 10, and when the mating connector is inserted into the fitting portion 21a of the connector housing 21, the second terminal 25 is electrically connected to the terminal on the power supply side in the fitting portion 21a. Is done.

  Next, an example of assembly of the connector 20 to the shield case 10 in the device shield connector 1 having the above-described configuration will be described below.

  The upper part of the molded connector 20 is inserted into the shield case 10 from the first opening 12 and then pushed into the housing part 14. The connector 20 has the projection 15 of the shield case 10 inserted through the hole 26 of the first attachment portion 22, and the positioning projection of the shield case 10 is inserted into the positioning hole 23 a of the second attachment portion 23. It is inserted. Then, when the convex portion 15 is fitted in the hole portion 26 of the first mounting portion 22 and the positioning convex portion is fitted in the positioning hole 23 a of the second mounting portion 23, the connector 20 is connected to the connector housing 21. Is positioned in the storage position and stored in the storage portion 14. Then, with the connector 20 temporarily fixed to the shield case 10 in this manner, the bolt 30 is inserted into the fixing hole 16 of the convex portion 15 of the shield case 10 and tightened, whereby the connector 20 accommodates the shield case 10. It is accommodated and fixed in the part 14.

  According to the device shield connector 1 described above, the convex portion 15 is formed in the shield case 10, and the fixing hole 16 of the bolt 30 is formed in the convex portion 15. Since the bolt 15 can prevent the bolt from biting into the shield case 10 and deforming by bolting, the convex portion 15 of the shield case 10 can function as a conventional collar. Therefore, even if the hole portion 26 is formed in the connector 20, it is not necessary to provide a collar in the hole portion 26, so that the press-in process of the collar, the production of a jig for press-in the collar, and the number of components are reduced. It is possible to reduce the cost and energy used. In addition, it is not necessary to press-fit a collar into the hole 26 of the connector 20 and the like, and generation of scraped scraps can be prevented, so that man-hours and management for removing scraped scraps can be eliminated. Further, it is not necessary to press-fit a metal collar into the connector 20 made of synthetic resin, and the number of parts can be reduced, so that the decomposability can be improved.

  Further, according to the shield connector for equipment 1, the connector 20 can be positioned at the accommodation position of the shield case 10 only by passing the hole portion 26 of the connector 20 through the convex portion 15 of the shield case 10, and in this state, the bolt 30 Therefore, it is possible to improve the assemblability.

  In addition, although this embodiment mentioned above demonstrated the case where the one convex part 15 and the one fixing hole 16 were formed in the shield case 10, this invention is not limited to this, For example, the apparatus mentioned above The second mounting portion 23 of the connector 20 of the shield connector 1 is also provided with a fixing hole 26, and the convex portion 15 corresponding to this is formed in the shield case 10. And the fixing hole 16 may be formed.

  Moreover, although this embodiment mentioned above demonstrated the case where the convex part 15 of the shield case 10 was formed in the column shape, the shape can be set as various different embodiments. For example, if it forms in the substantially cone shape which a front-end | tip part becomes thin toward the connector 20, since it becomes easy to insert the convex part 15 in the hole 26 of the connector 20, it can contribute to the improvement of an assembly | attachment operation | work.

  As described above, the above-described embodiments are merely representative forms of the present invention, and the present invention is not limited to the embodiments. That is, various modifications can be made without departing from the scope of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Shield connector for apparatus 10 Shield case 11 Case housing 12 1st opening part 13 2nd opening part 14 Storage part 15 Convex part 16 Fixing hole 20 Connector 21 Connector housing 22 1st attachment part 23 2nd attachment part 26 Hole part 30 bolt

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  1. In a shield connector for equipment having a metal shield case and a connector that is housed and fixed in the shield case by tightening a bolt and electrically connected to a terminal on the equipment side,
    The shield case has a protrusion protruding from the inner surface of the shield case, and a fixing hole provided in the protrusion extending in the protruding direction of the protrusion;
    The connector has a hole through which the convex portion of the shield case passes;
    For the equipment, wherein the bolt is screwed into the fixing hole in a state where the convex portion of the shield case is passed through the hole portion of the connector, and the connector is accommodated and fixed in the shield case. Shield connector.
  2.   2. The shield connector for equipment according to claim 1, wherein the convex portion of the shield case is a protrusion for positioning the housing position of the connector.
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