JP5419214B2 - Charging cable holding structure - Google Patents

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JP5419214B2
JP5419214B2 JP2009217427A JP2009217427A JP5419214B2 JP 5419214 B2 JP5419214 B2 JP 5419214B2 JP 2009217427 A JP2009217427 A JP 2009217427A JP 2009217427 A JP2009217427 A JP 2009217427A JP 5419214 B2 JP5419214 B2 JP 5419214B2
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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  The present invention relates to a charging cable holding structure.

In recent years, interest in electric vehicles has increased from the standpoint of increasing need for oil removal fuel and CO 2 emissions, and the spread of charging devices for electric vehicles has been demanded.

  Generally, a charging device for an electric vehicle is provided with a charging cable having a charging connector at the tip, and when charging, the charging connector is removed from the charging device for the electric vehicle, and the connector provided on the electric vehicle Used in connection with.

  A structure in which the charging connector and the charging cable are stored when not in use, a structure in which the connector is held in the connector storage portion provided on the outer surface of the charging device for the electric vehicle, and the charging cable is held in the cable storage basket (For example, Patent Document 1) is disclosed.

  However, in the structure in which the connector storage part for storing the connector and the cable storage part for storing the cable are separately provided, the charging connector and the charging cable cannot be stored together in a compact manner, and each storage part is installed. There was a problem that it took time to do.

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  An object of the present invention is to solve the above problems and provide a charging cable holding structure in which a charging cable having a charging connector at the tip can be stored compactly in a storage portion having a simple structure.

The charging cable holding structure of the present invention made to solve the above-mentioned problems is a charging cable holding structure having a charging connector at the tip which is used by being connected to an electric vehicle, and includes a pair of standing wall portions. Charging provided with a cable hooking groove formed therebetween, and holding a charging connector at the outer position of the cable wound along the cable hooking groove of the standing wall portion in the winding direction of the cable The connector holding part is provided.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, in the charging cable holding structure according to the first aspect, the upper end portions of the pair of standing wall portions forming the cable hooking groove are formed as a charging connector holding portion. Is.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the charging cable holding structure according to the first aspect, the groove width is expanded at the upper end portion of the cable hooking groove to form a charging connector holding groove having a larger groove width. It is characterized by.

  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the charging cable holding structure according to any one of the first to third aspects, the charging connector has a head portion having a charging pin and a handshake portion formed in a substantially square shape, By holding the handshake part with the charging connector holding part, the head part is held downward.

A cable holding structure for charging according to the present invention is a structure for holding a charging cable having a charging connector connected to an electric vehicle at the tip, and is formed between a pair of standing walls. A structure including a groove, and a charging connector holding portion for holding the charging connector in a winding direction of the cable at a position outside the cable wound along the cable hooking groove of the standing wall portion. Have. According to this configuration, it is not necessary to store the charging connector and the charging cable in separate storage units, and the charging connector and the charging cable can be stored compactly with a simple structure. Can do.

It is the whole perspective view which looked at the cable holding structure for charge from the front. It is a side view of FIG. 1 is an overall perspective view seen from the back side of FIG. It is a side view of a cable holder. It is a whole perspective view of a cable holder. It is a whole perspective view of the connector for charge. It is a side view of the cable holder provided with the cover.

  Preferred embodiments of the present invention are shown below.

  FIG. 1 shows an overall perspective view of the charging cable holding structure of the present invention as seen from the front. 2 shows a side view of FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 shows an overall perspective view seen from the back direction of FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the charging cable holding structure of the present invention is a structure in which a charging cable 2 having a charging connector 1 at its tip is wound up and held in the vertical direction. A cable hooking groove 3 for hooking and holding the cable 2 for use, and a charging connector holding part 5 is formed along the pair of standing wall parts 4 formed with the cable hooking groove 3, The connector holding unit holds the charging connector 1 along the winding direction of the charging cable 2.

  4 shows a side view of the cable holder 6 in which the cable hooking groove 3 is formed. FIG. 5 shows an overall perspective view of the cable holder 6 in which the cable hooking groove 3 is formed. These show the whole perspective view of connector 1 for charge. The cable holder 4 is preferably made of resin, but may be made of rubber or the like.

  As shown in FIG. 6, the charging connector 1 has a head 1 c having a charging pin (not shown) and a handshake 1 a formed in a substantially square shape. A slight overhang 1b is formed in the vicinity of the boundary between the head 1c and the handshake 1a.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the cable holder 6 includes attachment portions 8 for attaching the cable holder 6 to a wall surface or a column on the left and right. A pair of upper and lower holes 10 are formed in the mounting portion 8, and screws or the like are inserted into the holes to be fixed to a wall surface or a column.

  The charging cable 2 is wound in parallel to the cable holder 6 and the mounting surface of the wall surface or the column, and the charging connector 1 at the tip of the charging cable 2 is wound along the winding direction. By holding, the width of the cable holder 6 in the depth direction can be suppressed.

  The cable hooking groove 3 constituting the charging cable holding structure of the present invention is configured by forming a pair of standing wall portions 4 on both sides of the bottom surface portion 7 of the cable holder 6. The bottom surface portion 7 is formed with a gentle R shape at both ends to protect the cable covering.

  The upper ends of the pair of standing wall portions 4 are formed as a charging connector holding portion 5 for holding the handshake portion 1 a of the charging connector 1. The charging connector holding portion 5 can be formed as a substantially semicircular arc-shaped groove portion whose groove width is expanded at the upper end portion of the cable hooking groove 3. As shown in FIG. 5, support portions 9 for supporting the charging connector 1 are provided at the four corners of the charging connector holding portion 5, and the end portion of the handshake portion 1 a of the charging connector 1 is supported by the support portion 9. It can also be set as the structure which supports the overhang | projection part 1b by a pair from both sides.

  At this time, the charging connector 1 is preferably held by the head 1c downward. That is, the charging connector 1 has a head portion 1c having a charging pin and a handshake portion 1a formed in a substantially square shape, so that the handshake portion 1a is held horizontally by the support portion 9. That's fine. With this structure, dust can be prevented from accumulating on the head 1c.

  Further, the present invention is not limited to the form in which the charging connector holding portion 5 is provided at the upper end portion of the cable hooking groove 3. The connector holding part 5 should just be in the position along the cable hooking groove | channel 3, and can also be formed in the side surface of a pair of standing wall part 4, for example. In this case, it is preferable that the support portion 9 has a shape protruding from the side surfaces of the pair of standing wall portions 4.

  FIG. 7 is an explanatory diagram of a cable holder provided with a cover.

  As shown in FIG. 7, a cover for covering the stored charging connector 1 can be formed on one upper end of the pair of standing wall portions 4. The cover prevents rainwater from directly hitting the charging connector 1. Further, a key may be provided on the cover 11 to prevent the charging connector 1 or the like from being stolen. In this case, it is preferable to attach a hinge 12 that is formed such that one of the pair of standing wall portions 4 is higher than the other, and the substantially L-shaped cover 1 is rotatable.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Charging connector 1a Handshake part 1b Overhang | projection part 1c Head part 2 Charging cable 3 Cable hooking groove 4 Standing wall part 5 Charging connector holding part 6 Cable holder 7 Bottom part 9 Supporting arm part 8 Attachment part 10 Hole part 11 Cover 12 Hinge

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  1. A charging cable holding structure having a charging connector connected to an electric vehicle at the tip,
    A cable hooking groove formed between a pair of standing wall portions,
    A charging connector holding portion that holds a charging connector toward a winding direction of the cable at an outer position of the cable wound along the cable hooking groove of the standing wall portion. Cable holding structure.
  2.   The charging cable holding structure according to claim 1, wherein upper ends of the pair of standing wall portions are formed as a charging connector holding portion.
  3.   The charging cable holding structure according to claim 2, wherein the groove width is expanded at an upper portion of the cable hooking groove to form a charging connector holding groove having a larger groove width.
  4. The charging connector has a head with a charging pin and a handshake part that are formed in a substantially square shape.
    The charging cable holding structure according to claim 1, wherein a head portion is held downward by holding the handshake portion with a charging connector holding portion.
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