JP5464020B2 - Seat height adjustment device for vehicle seats - Google Patents

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JP5464020B2
JP5464020B2 JP2010087573A JP2010087573A JP5464020B2 JP 5464020 B2 JP5464020 B2 JP 5464020B2 JP 2010087573 A JP2010087573 A JP 2010087573A JP 2010087573 A JP2010087573 A JP 2010087573A JP 5464020 B2 JP5464020 B2 JP 5464020B2
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  The present invention relates to a vehicle seat height adjusting device for adjusting the height of a seat body with respect to a vehicle floor surface.

  The seat includes a seat body and a seat height adjusting device that adjusts the height of the seat body (see Patent Document 1). The seat body has side frames extending in the front-rear direction at the left and right portions of the seat cushion. The seat height adjusting device includes a pinion gear that is rotatably attached to the side frame, a sector gear that is rotatably attached to the side frame and meshes with the pinion gear, a first end connected to the sector gear, and a second end. The part has a link rotatably connected to the vehicle floor surface side.

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  When the vehicle collides with the above-described seat, the weight of the user sitting on the seat may be applied to the side frame by inertial force, and the side frame may be deformed in the seat width direction by receiving a compressive force in the front-rear direction. At this time, since the pinion gear moves in the width direction together with the side frame, the amount of engagement between the pinion gear and the sector gear may be reduced. Therefore, there has been a need for a seat height adjusting device that does not easily reduce the amount of meshing between the pinion gear and the sector gear due to an external force that can be applied to the seat.

In order to solve the above problems, the vehicle seat height adjusting apparatus of the present invention takes the following means.
A first invention is a vehicle seat height adjusting device that adjusts the height of a seat body with respect to a slide rail provided on a vehicle floor surface, and is attached to a frame of the seat body so as to be capable of rotating on a shaft. A pinion gear, a sector gear rotatably attached to the frame and meshing with the pinion gear, and a link extending from the sector gear and rotatably connected to a bracket whose end is fixed on the upper surface of the slide rail. . When the frame is deformed in the seat width direction by receiving a force from the user seated on the seat body, the bracket is deformed by the above force so that the sector gear moves in the moving direction of the pinion gear that moves due to the deformation of the frame. A deforming part to be obtained is formed on the bracket. The deformed portion is formed as a bent portion that bends the protruding portion extending from the upper surface of the slide rail of the bracket in the seat width direction upward, and the bent portion deforms the frame in the seat width direction of the frame. It is configured to tilt easily to follow.

  According to the first aspect of the invention, when the vehicle receives an impact, the weight of the user sitting on the seat is applied to the frame by the inertial force, and when the frame is deformed in the seat width direction, the pinion gear moves together with the frame. At this time, the bracket also receives the force via the sector gear and the link and is deformed by the deforming portion, and the sector gear moves in the same direction as the pinion gear. Therefore, the amount of engagement between the pinion gear and the sector gear is difficult to decrease even after the seat receives an external force. Specifically, the deformed portion is configured as a bent portion that bends the protruding portion of the bracket upward, and since this bent portion is not supported by the upper surface of the slide rail from below, It is easy to be deformed when a component force is applied, and with this point as a base point, the bracket (and link) can be easily tilted to follow the deformation of the frame in the seat width direction. Therefore, the amount of meshing between the pinion gear and the sector gear can be made more difficult to reduce.

  According to a second invention, in the first invention described above, the link is coupled to the bracket at a position immediately above the upper surface of the slide rail, and the bent portion of the bracket is on the opposite side of the frame from the upper surface of the slide rail. It is formed in the overhang | projection site | part which protrudes and extends in the sheet | seat width direction. Thereby, the downward component force applied from the link to the bracket acts as a bending moment applied to the deformation direction of the frame around the bent portion.

  According to the second aspect of the invention, the link is connected to the bracket at a position immediately above the upper surface of the slide rail, and the bent portion of the bracket is set at a portion that protrudes on the opposite side to the deformation direction of the frame. The bracket can be deformed so as to be tilted in the deformation direction of the frame by a bending moment generated by a downward component force applied from the link to the bracket. Therefore, the amount of meshing between the pinion gear and the sector gear can be made more difficult to reduce.

  According to a third invention, in the first or second invention described above, the bent portion is continuously formed from the connecting portion with the link in the front-rear direction of the bracket to at least one end portion.

  According to the third aspect of the invention, the bracket has a bent portion partially formed in the middle portion of the bracket in the front-rear direction of the seat, because the bent portion is continuously formed over the region. As compared with, the bent portion can be easily deformed by the force of the downward component applied from the link to the bracket. Therefore, with this point as a base point, the bracket can be easily tilted toward the seat width direction where the frame is deformed, and the amount of engagement between the pinion gear and the sector gear can be made more difficult to reduce.

It is a perspective view of a vehicle seat. It is a perspective view of a sheet height adjusting device. It is a side view of a sheet height adjusting device. FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken along the line IV-IV in FIG. 3. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along line VV in FIG. 3. It is these upper surface schematics which show a mode that a flame | frame and a link deform | transform. It is sectional drawing which shows the state which the bracket deform | transformed from the state of FIG.

  One embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIG. 1, a vehicle seat 10 is a seat that is mounted on a floor surface of a vehicle such as an automobile, and includes a seat cushion 11 and a seat back 12. The seat back 12 is attached to the rear portion of the seat cushion 11 so that the angle can be adjusted.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the seat cushion 11 includes a frame 11a, a pad 11b attached to the frame 11a, and a skin 11c that covers the surface of the pad 11b. The frame 11 a includes a side frame 13 that extends in the front-rear direction at the left and right portions of the seat cushion 11, a front frame 14 that connects the front portions of the side frames 13, and a rear frame 15 that connects the rear portions of the side frames 13.

  A slide device 19 is provided below the side frame 13 as shown in FIG. The slide device 19 includes an under rail 19a that is attached to the floor surface, and a slide rail 19b that is slidably attached to the under rail 19a. A bracket 18 is attached to the top of the slide rail 19b. The seat height adjusting device 1 is provided between the bracket 18 and the side frame 13.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the seat height adjusting device 1 includes a pair of front links 17 and a pair of rear links 16. The front link 17 has an upper end portion rotatably connected to the front portion of the side frame 13 and a lower end portion rotatably connected to the front portion of the bracket 18. The rear link 16 has an upper end portion rotatably connected to the rear portion of the side frame 13 and a lower end portion rotatably connected to the rear portion of the bracket 18. Accordingly, the seat cushion 11 can be lifted and lowered by the tilting of the links 16 and 17.

  The seat height adjusting device 1 includes a sector gear 2, a pinion gear 4, and a brake mechanism 5, as shown in FIGS. The sector gear 2 integrally has a sector-shaped main body 2a and a plurality of teeth 2c. The main body 2a has a fan center portion 2b at a rear position, and the fan center portion 2b is rotatably attached to the side frame 13 by pins 2e. The first end 16a of the rear link 16 is integrally connected to the lower portion of the main body 2a. The link 16 and the sector gear 2 are formed of a single member. The link 16 extends from the sector gear 2 in the front and lower direction, and a lower end portion thereof is rotatably connected to the bracket 18 by a pin 16d.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, a plurality of teeth 2 c are formed at predetermined intervals on the arc edge of the main body 2 a of the sector gear 2. The teeth 2 c protrude from the main body 2 a toward the pinion gear 4 and can mesh with the teeth 4 b of the pinion gear 4. The sector gear 2 is made of a metal such as steel and is preferably quenched.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the pinion gear 4 has a shaft portion 4a and a plurality of teeth 4b. The plurality of teeth 4b protrude in the radial direction at predetermined intervals from the outer periphery of the shaft portion 4a. The pinion gear 4 is attached to the brake mechanism 5, and the brake mechanism 5 is attached to the seat outer surface of the side frame 13. The pinion gear 4 passes through the side frame 13 and meshes with the sector gear 2 on the seat inner side than the side frame 13.

  The brake mechanism 5 has a structure that allows the pinion gear 4 to rotate and restricts the rotation of the pinion gear 4 at a predetermined rotational position. The brake mechanism 5 is connected to a lever or a motor that is operated when the pinion gear 4 is rotated. Therefore, the pinion gear 4 is rotated through the brake mechanism 5 by operating the lever or driving the motor. As the pinion gear 4 rotates, the sector gear 2 rotates around the pin 2 e, and the link 16 tilts with respect to the side frame 13 together with the pinion gear 4. Thereby, the side frame 13 moves up and down with respect to the floor surface.

  By stopping the operation of the lever or stopping the driving of the motor, the pinion gear 4 is restricted in rotation at a predetermined rotational position by the brake mechanism 5. Due to the rotation restriction of the pinion gear 4, the sector gear 2 and the link 16 are restricted from rotating with respect to the side frame 13, and the height of the side frame 13 with respect to the floor surface is determined. Thereby, the height with respect to the floor surface of the seat cushion 11 can be adjusted to predetermined height.

  As shown in FIGS. 2, 3 and 5, the bracket 18 to which the lower end portion of the link 16 integrated with the sector gear 2 is connected is formed by bending a long steel plate in the short direction, The fixing portion 18a bent so that the surface is directed downward is applied and fixed in a state of being in surface contact with the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b. The bracket 18 is formed with an upright wall-like connecting portion 18d that is bent upward and connected to the link 16 from an inner edge of the seat of the fixing portion 18a fixed on the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b. .

  The connecting portion 18d is located immediately above the fixed portion 18a fixed on the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b. Therefore, the downward force applied from the link 16 to the bracket 18 is applied straight on the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b and is stably supported by the floor surface. Here, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, in the region in the front-rear direction of the seat from the connecting portion of the bracket 18 to the link 16 to the edge on the rear end side, the standing wall portion is partially stretched inside the seat. A deformed portion 18c configured to be easily deformed by being bent so as to protrude is formed.

  Specifically, as shown in FIG. 5, the deforming portion 18 c extends from the fixing portion 18 a of the bracket 18 toward the inside of the seat that is opposite to the deformation direction (arrow A direction) of the side frame 13 described later. A projecting part 18b that projects from the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b, a first bent part 18c1 that is formed by bending upward from the edge of the projecting part 18b, and the first bent part. A second bent portion 18c2 formed by being bent rightward (outer side of the seat) from a front edge portion extending upward from the portion 18c1, and a front edge extending rightward from the second bent portion 18c2. And a third bent portion 18c3 formed by bending upward from the portion. A portion extending upward from the third bent portion 18c3 is a connecting portion 18d connected to the link 16 described above.

  The above-described connecting portion 18d is located immediately above the fixed portion 18a fixed on the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b. Therefore, the downward force applied from the link 16 to the bracket 18 is applied straight on the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b and is stably supported by the floor surface. In the bracket 18, the connecting portion 18d and the first bent portion 18c1 (and the second bent portion 18c2) are offset from each other in the seat width direction. When the action of the accompanying strong force is received, the force concentrates on the first bent portion 18c1 and deforms around the first bent portion 18c1.

  In addition, a bending moment acting on a deformation direction (arrow A direction) of the side frame 13 described later around the first bent portion 18c1 acts on the bracket 18 by the above force. As a result, as shown in FIG. 7, the bracket 18 has a connecting portion 18d (link 16) positioned above the deforming portion 18c with the first bent portion 18c1 as a center, and a deformation direction of the side frame 13 described later. It is deformed in such a manner that it is tilted in the direction of arrow A. As a result, as shown in FIG. 6, the pinion gear 4 moves in the seat width direction (arrow A direction) together with the side frame 13 when the strong force with the forced displacement is input. Therefore, the pinion gear 4 is prevented from coming off from the meshed state with the sector gear 2 in the width direction, and the side frame 13 is prevented from dropping suddenly.

  Further, since the deformed portion 18c is continuously formed over the region from the connecting portion with the link 16 in the bracket 18 to the edge portion on the rear end side, the bracket 18 has a middle portion in the seat front-rear direction. Compared with the part in which the deformed part is partially formed, the deformed part 18 c can be easily deformed by the force applied from the link 16 to the bracket 18. Accordingly, the bracket 18 can be easily inclined to the seat width direction side where the side frame 13 is deformed based on this point, and the amount of engagement between the pinion gear 4 and the sector gear 2 can be made more difficult to reduce. it can.

  The side frame 13 is formed with a frame deforming portion 13a as shown in FIG. The frame deformation portion 13a is a portion that determines the deformation direction of the side frame 13 when the side frame 13 receives a compressive force in the front-rear direction with a strong force accompanied by a forced displacement, and is substantially at the center of the side frame 13 in the front-rear direction. Formed in part. The frame deforming portion 13a has a recess 13a1, a notch 13a2, and an opening 13a3.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the recess 13 a 1 is recessed (inflated) from the seat inner surface of the side frame 13 to the seat outer side. The recess 13a1 is a substantially triangular pyramid and promotes the side frame 13 to be bent in the thickness direction. The notch 13a2 is formed at the lower edge of the side frame 13 in the vicinity of the recess 13a1. The opening 13a3 opens a part of the side frame 13 in the vicinity of the front side of the recess 13a1.

  The side frame 13 is provided with a guide member 6 as shown in FIGS. The guide member 6 is a member that restricts movement of the sector gear 2 in the thickness direction in cooperation with the side frame 13, and one end portion 6a is rotatably attached to the side frame 13 by a pin 6d. The guide member 6 extends rearward from the one end portion 6 a, and the central portion 6 b is inserted into the shaft portion 4 a of the pinion gear 4. A pin 6 e is attached to the other end portion 6 c of the guide member 6. The pin 6 e passes through the groove 2 f formed in the sector gear 2, and the tip is attached to the side frame 13. The groove 2 f has an arc shape and allows the sector gear 2 to tilt with respect to the guide member 6.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the guide member 6 is provided with a protrusion 6 f that protrudes toward the sector gear 2. As a result, the gap between the guide member 6 and the sector gear 2 is partially narrowed. A pedestal member 7 is provided between the side frame 13 and the sector gear 2 at a position corresponding to the protrusion 6f. The base member 7 has an annular shape, and the pinion gear 4 is inserted through the central hole of the base member 7.

  When the vehicle receives an impact from the rear side, the weight of the user is applied to the side frame 13 from the front to the rear by the inertial force, and the side frame 13 receives a compressive force with a strong force accompanied by a forcible displacement in the front-rear direction. At this time, as shown in FIG. 6, the side frame 13 is deformed by the frame deforming portion 13a so that the substantially central portion moves outward in the sheet width direction. Therefore, the pinion gear 4 attached to the side frame 13 moves outside the seat (in the direction of arrow A in FIGS. 5 and 6).

  When the vehicle receives an impact from the rear side, a force is applied to the bracket 18 from the side frame 13 through the sector gear 2 (link 16) in the deformation direction of the side frame 13 (see FIG. 2). The force applied to the bracket 18 is concentrated on the first bent portion 18 c 1 of the bracket 18, and the bracket 18 causes the connecting portion 18 d (link 16) to follow the deformation of the side frame 13 around the first bent portion 18 c 1. Deforms in an inclined manner. Further, when the vehicle receives an impact from the rear side, the weight of the user is applied as a downward component force to the side frame 13 by the inertial force, and this force is applied to the bracket 18 via the link 16 (see FIG. 5). .

  As a result, as shown in FIG. 7, the bracket 18 sinks due to the downward force that concentrates on the first bent portion 18c1 in a portion where the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b does not support (the protruding portion 18b). It transforms with. As a result, the bracket 18 is further concentrated in the portion where the deformation has occurred, and the connecting portion 18d (link 16) on the upper side of the deforming portion 18c is connected to the side frame around the first bent portion 18c1. The deformation is promoted so as to be tilted in a direction to follow the deformation. Therefore, the pinion gear 4 is prevented from being disengaged from the sector gear 2 and the side frame 13 is prevented from dropping suddenly.

  As described above, the seat height adjusting device 1 is, as shown in FIG. 2, the pinion gear 4 that is rotatably attached to the frame 11a of the seat body, and the pinion gear 4 that is rotatably attached to the frame 11a and meshes with the pinion gear 4. A sector gear 2 and a link 16 extending from the sector gear 2 and having an end rotatably connected to the bracket 18 are provided. When the frame 11a receives a force from the user side seated on the seat body and the frame 11a is deformed, the force is applied so that the sector gear 2 moves in the moving direction of the pinion gear 4 that moves due to the deformation of the frame 11a. A deformable portion 18 c (first bent portion 18 c 1) that can deform 18 is formed in the bracket 18.

  Therefore, when the vehicle receives an impact, the weight of the user sitting on the seat is applied to the frame 11a by the inertial force, and when the frame 11a is deformed, the pinion gear 4 moves together with the side frame 13 (see FIGS. 2 and 6). At this time, the bracket 18 also receives a force and is deformed by the first bent portion 18 c 1, and the sector gear 2 moves in the same direction as the pinion gear 4. Therefore, the amount of engagement between the pinion gear 4 and the sector gear 2 is difficult to decrease even after the seat receives an external force. Thus, the pinion gear 4 can be prevented from coming off the sector gear 2.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 2, a frame deforming portion capable of deforming the frame 11a so that the center portion moves in the first direction of the seat width by the force at the center portion of the frame 11a (side frame 13) in the seat front-rear direction. 13a is provided. The pinion gear 4 and the sector gear 2 are located on the opposite side of the frame 11a in the first direction, and the sector gear 2 moves in the first direction when the link 16 is deformed by the force.

  Therefore, when the vehicle receives an impact, the side frame 13 is deformed at the frame deforming portion 13a, and the pinion gear 4 moves in the first direction of the seat width. The link 16 moves in the first direction together with the sector gear 2 when the bracket 18 is deformed around the first bent portion 18c1. Therefore, since the pinion gear 4 and the sector gear 2 move in the same direction, it can be suppressed that the pinion gear 4 is disengaged from the sector gear 2.

  As shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 5, the first bent portion 18 c 1 of the bracket 18 is formed on the bracket 18 closer to the floor surface than the link 16. Specifically, the first bent portion 18c1 is formed in the lowermost portion of the bracket 18 that is closest to the floor surface side. Therefore, a large torque can be generated in the first bent portion 18c1 located far from the side frame 13 by the force of the side frame 13 deforming in the seat width direction. Therefore, the bracket 18 is easily deformed at the first bent portion 18c1.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the side frame 13 (seat body) is provided with a guide member 6 that can restrict the sector gear 2 from moving in the thickness direction with respect to the side frame 13 in cooperation with the side frame 13. . The guide member 6 is provided with a protrusion 6 f that protrudes in the thickness direction toward the sector gear 2.

  Therefore, the guide member 6 restricts the movement of the sector gear 2 in the thickness direction. In particular, the guide member 6 can reliably restrict the movement of the sector gear 2 in the thickness direction by the protrusion 6f. Therefore, the guide member 6 can prevent the sector gear 2 from moving in the thickness direction and coming off the pinion gear 4.

  Also, a pedestal member 7 is provided between the side frame 13 (seat body) 13 and the sector gear 2 at a position corresponding to the protrusion 6f of the guide member 6 as shown in FIG. Therefore, the base member 7 can effectively suppress the sector gear 2 from moving in the thickness direction in cooperation with the protrusion 6f of the guide member 6.

  In addition to the first bent portion 18c1, the deformed portion 18c of the bracket 18 is formed with a second bent portion 18c2 above the first bent portion 18c1, so that the force received from the link 16 also at the second bent portion 18c2. Therefore, the connecting portion 18d is easily deformed in the direction in which the connecting portion 18d is inclined to the outside of the seat.

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The present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiment, and may be the following form. For example, the side frame 13 shown in FIG. 2 is deformed so that the central portion moves to the outside of the seat by receiving a force from the user side seated on the seat body. The bracket 18 is deformed so as to incline the connecting portion 18d (link 16) to the outside of the seat by receiving a force from the user side. However, the side frame 13 receives a force from the user side and the central portion is deformed to the inside of the seat, and the bracket 18 is deformed to the inside of the seat so that the connecting portion 18d (link 16) follows the deformation of the side frame 13. It may be. In this case, the protruding portion 18b of the bracket 18 is shaped to protrude from the upper surface 19b1 of the slide rail 19b to the outside of the seat, and the first bent portion 18c1 is set at the portion protruding to the outside of the seat. Thus, the connecting portion (link 16) can be deformed so as to be inclined inward of the seat by the force applied from the link 16 to the bracket 18.

  The frame deformation portion 13a shown in FIG. 2 has a recess 13a1, a notch 13a2, and an opening 13a3. However, the frame deformation part has one of these, or the frame deformation part has a stress concentration part that can receive the force applied to the frame in a concentrated manner, or a weak part where the part of the link 16 is made weaker than other parts. You may have. The fragile portion may be, for example, a cutout portion in which a part of the frame is cut out, a thin portion in which the thickness of the frame is reduced, or a narrow portion in which the width is reduced.

  Further, the deformed portion 18c of the bracket 18 is formed to have a length that extends further in the front direction of the seat than the form shown in the above-described embodiment in order to make it easier to deform the connecting portion 18d in the direction in which it is inclined. May be. In addition, a slit in the height direction is formed at a predetermined portion of the connecting portion of the bracket 18 so that the connecting portion is partitioned in the front-rear direction of the seat, a deformed portion is formed in the partitioned region, and the partitioned region is concentrated. You may make it deform | transform. The vehicle may be a vehicle such as an automobile or a bus, but may be a ship or an aircraft.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Seat height adjusting device 2 ... Sector gear 2c, 4b ... Teeth 4 ... Pinion gear 5 ... Brake mechanism 6 ... Guide member 6f ... Projection part 7 ... Base member 10 ... Vehicle seat 11 ... Seat cushion 11a ... Frame 13 ... Side frame 13a ... frame deforming part 16, 17 ... link 16d ... pin 18 ... bracket 18a ... fixed part 18b ... projecting part 18c ... deforming part 18c1 ... first bent part (bent part)
18c2 ... 2nd bent part 18c3 ... 3rd bent part 18d ... connection part 19b ... slide rail 19b1 ... upper surface

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  1. A vehicle seat height adjusting device for adjusting the height of a seat body with respect to a slide rail provided on a vehicle floor surface,
    A pinion gear rotatably attached to the frame of the seat body, a sector gear rotatably attached to the frame and meshing with the pinion gear, and an end portion extending from the sector gear on the upper surface of the slide rail A link rotatably connected to a fixed bracket;
    When the frame is deformed in the seat width direction by receiving a force from the user side seated on the seat body, the force is applied so that the sector gear moves in the moving direction of the pinion gear that moves due to the deformation of the frame. A deformable portion capable of deforming the bracket is formed in the bracket, and the deformable portion is formed as a bent portion that bends the protruding portion extending from the upper surface of the slide rail of the bracket in the seat width direction upward. The vehicle seat height adjusting device is configured to be inclined so that the bent portion follows the deformation of the frame in the seat width direction.
  2. The vehicle seat height adjusting device according to claim 1,
    The link is connected to the bracket at a position immediately above the upper surface of the slide rail, and a bent portion of the bracket extends from the upper surface of the slide rail so as to protrude in the seat width direction opposite to the deformation direction of the frame. A seat height adjustment for a vehicle seat, which is formed at an exit portion, so that a downward component force applied from the link to the bracket acts as a bending moment applied to the deformation direction of the frame around the bent portion. apparatus.
  3. The vehicle seat height adjusting device according to claim 1 or 2,
    The vehicle seat height adjusting device in which the bent portion is continuously formed from a connecting portion with the link in the seat front-rear direction of the bracket to at least one end portion.
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