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JP5563547B2
JP5563547B2 JP2011271567A JP2011271567A JP5563547B2 JP 5563547 B2 JP5563547 B2 JP 5563547B2 JP 2011271567 A JP2011271567 A JP 2011271567A JP 2011271567 A JP2011271567 A JP 2011271567A JP 5563547 B2 JP5563547 B2 JP 5563547B2
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  The present invention relates to a keyboard mounting structure mounted on an electronic device such as a personal computer.

  While a plurality of locking claws projecting downward are provided on the lower surface of a keyboard mounted on an electronic device such as a personal computer, the locking claws provided on the keyboard are locked on the upper surface of the electronic device body on which the keyboard is mounted. The keyboard is electronically secured by screwing the electronic device main body and the keyboard in a state where a plurality of locking holes are provided and the locking claws provided on the lower surface of the keyboard are locked in the locking holes provided in the electronic device main body. An attachment structure for a keyboard attached to an apparatus main body has been proposed (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

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  However, since the keyboard described above is provided with a locking claw protruding downward on the lower surface, it is difficult to attach a sheet to the lower surface of the keyboard. Therefore, it is difficult to stick a waterproof sheet on the lower surface of the keyboard in order to prevent water from entering the inside of the electronic device body from above the keyboard.

  This invention is made | formed in view of the above, Comprising: It aims at providing the attachment structure of a keyboard with which a waterproof sheet can be easily affixed on the lower surface of a keyboard.

  In order to solve the above-described problems and achieve the object, the present invention provides a keyboard mounting structure having a cosmetic frame that divides a key between keys, and a locking hole that opens on a lower surface of the keyboard. On the other hand, a locking claw that is locked to the locking hole is provided on the base frame to which the keyboard is attached.

  Further, the present invention is characterized in that, in the above-mentioned invention, the locking hole is provided in a boundary portion that divides the keys adjacent to each other in the left-right direction in the cosmetic frame.

  Further, the present invention is the above invention, wherein the locking hole includes a storage portion that stores the locking claw, and the locking hole and the locking claw in a state where the storage portion stores the locking claw. And a locking portion to which the locking claw is locked.

  Further, the present invention provides the locking claw corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole capable of securing the mounting strength among the plurality of locking holes while providing the plurality of the locking holes in the cosmetic frame. It is provided in the base frame.

  In the keyboard mounting structure according to the present invention, the locking hole that opens in the lower surface of the keyboard is provided in the cosmetic frame, and the locking claw that is locked in the locking hole is provided in the base frame to which the keyboard is mounted. There is no need to protrude the locking claws from the lower surface of the keyboard, and it is easy to paste a waterproof sheet on the lower surface of the keyboard.

  While a plurality of locking holes are provided in the cosmetic frame, a locking claw corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole that can secure mounting strength among the plurality of locking holes is provided in the base plate. If the base plate is provided with a locking claw corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole capable of securing the mounting strength, the same type of keyboard can be shared. Thereby, the cost of an electronic device can be suppressed.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a notebook computer adopting a keyboard mounting structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view showing a keyboard mounting structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 3 is a bottom view of the keyboard shown in FIG. FIG. 4 is a plan view showing a state in which the keyboard is attached to the base frame. FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram for explaining the keyboard mounting structure shown in FIG. 2 and shows a state before the locking claw is received in the locking hole. FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram for explaining the mounting structure of the keyboard shown in FIG. 2, and shows a state in which the locking claws are accommodated in the locking holes. FIG. 7 is a schematic view for explaining the attachment structure of the keyboard shown in FIG. 2, and shows a state in which the locking claws are locked in the locking holes. FIG. 8 is a diagram illustrating a method for attaching the keyboard, and is a diagram illustrating a method for inserting the back end of the keyboard into the main body. FIG. 9 is a diagram illustrating a method for attaching the keyboard, and is a diagram illustrating a method for housing the keyboard in the main body. FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating a method for attaching the keyboard, and is a diagram illustrating a method for locking the keyboard to the base frame. FIG. 11 is a diagram illustrating a method for attaching the keyboard, and is a diagram illustrating a method for screwing the keyboard to the base frame. FIG. 12 is a view showing a method of attaching the keyboard, and is a view showing a method of attaching the slot cover to the main body. FIG. 13 is a schematic diagram for explaining a keyboard mounting structure which is a modified form, and shows a state before the locking claw is received in the locking hole. FIG. 14 is a schematic diagram for explaining the mounting structure of the keyboard shown in FIG. 13, and shows a state in which the locking claws are accommodated in the locking holes. FIG. 15 is a schematic diagram for explaining the attachment structure of the keyboard shown in FIG. 13 and shows a state in which the locking claws are locked in the locking holes.

  Embodiments of a keyboard mounting structure according to the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings. Here, a keyboard mounting structure mounted on a notebook personal computer (hereinafter referred to as a notebook personal computer) will be described as an example, but the present invention is not limited to this embodiment.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a notebook computer adopting a keyboard mounting structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1, a notebook computer 101 that employs a keyboard mounting structure according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a main body 102 and a lid 103 that is supported to be openable and closable with respect to the main body 102. . In addition to the keyboard 2 attached to the base frame 1 (see FIG. 2), the main body 102 has a power supply (not shown) and a system board 3 (see FIG. 2). Reference), a memory (not shown), a hard disk drive (not shown), an optical drive (not shown), a battery pack (not shown), and the like are mounted. (Not shown) etc. are mounted.

  FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view showing a keyboard mounting structure according to an embodiment of the present invention. 3 is a bottom view of the keyboard shown in FIG. 2, and FIG. 4 is a plan view showing a state in which the keyboard is attached to the base frame. 5 to 7 are schematic diagrams for explaining the mounting structure of the keyboard shown in FIG. 2, and FIG. 5 is a diagram showing a state before the locking claw is received in the locking hole. FIG. 6 is a view showing a state in which the locking claw is received in the locking hole, and FIG. 7 is a view showing a state in which the locking claw is locked in the locking hole.

  As shown in FIG. 2, in the keyboard attachment structure according to the embodiment of the present invention, the keyboard 2 is attached to the base frame 1 provided on the main body 102.

  The keyboard 2 adopting the keyboard mounting structure according to the present embodiment is an island type or a keyboard called an isolation keyboard (hereinafter referred to as an “island type keyboard”). A plastic frame (hereinafter referred to as “cosmetic frame”) 23 called a cosmetic frame or an isolation frame is provided.

  The island-type keyboard 2 includes a base plate 21, a membrane sheet (not shown), a cosmetic frame 23, a key top 24, a rubber dome (not shown), and a guide mechanism (not shown).

  The base plate 21 serves as a substrate of the keyboard 2, and all keys (key tops 24) arranged on one keyboard 2 share one base plate 21. The base plate 21 is a metal plate-like body cut and raised or punched, and a locking piece (not shown) for attaching a guide mechanism to the upper surface thereof by cut and raised or punched. It is formed.

  The base plate 21 of the keyboard 2 attached in the present embodiment is formed by cutting and raising and punching a 0.6 mm thick aluminum plate to form a locking piece on the upper surface thereof for attaching the guide mechanism. It is.

  The membrane sheet is a switch sheet having a three-layer structure that closes contacts when pressed, and is laminated on the base plate 21 described above. The membrane sheet is provided between a lower sheet having a fixed contact formed on the upper surface, an upper sheet having a movable contact facing the fixed contact formed on the lower surface, and the lower sheet and the upper sheet. A spacer sheet that separates the fixed contact and the movable contact is provided. The membrane sheet closes the contact by bringing the fixed contact and the movable contact into close contact when the position where the fixed contact and the movable contact overlap is pressed.

  The cosmetic frame 23 separates the key (key top 24) and the key (key top 24) in the island-type keyboard 2, and does not include a conventional keyboard. As described above, the cosmetic frame 23 is made of plastic, and the membrane sheet laminated on the base plate 21 is sandwiched between the base plate 21 and the cosmetic frame 23 and is integrally formed. Further, in the cosmetic frame 23, a part of a boundary portion separating the keys arranged in the left-right direction faces the lower surface of the base plate 21, and a locking hole 231 described later is formed in this portion.

  The key top 24 is an operation member for inputting a signal, and is disposed above the membrane sheet. The key top 24 is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape in a plan view, and has an upper surface 241 serving as an operation surface and a side surface 242 extending downward from the upper surface 241. The upper surface 241 is formed of a curved surface with a recessed center so that the finger can reliably operate the key (key top 24). The bottom surface of the key top 24 is open, and the inside of the bottom surface of the key top 24 is a space for arranging a rubber dome and a guide mechanism.

  The rubber dome is for pressing the membrane sheet when the key top 24 is pressed, and is disposed between the membrane sheet and the key top 24. The rubber dome is formed of a flexible elastic material such as silicon rubber. When an operating force is applied to the key top 24 and the key top 24 is pressed, the operating force is transmitted to the rubber dome, and the rubber dome is elastically deformed, thereby pressing the membrane sheet. Thereby, the membrane sheet closes the contact. On the other hand, when the operating force is removed from the key top 24, an elastic restoring force acts on the rubber dome, and the rubber dome returns to its original shape. Thereby, the key top 24 returns to the original position, and the membrane sheet opens the contact.

  The guide mechanism is for supporting the key top 24 so as to be movable up and down, and is foldably attached between the base plate 21 and the key top 24.

  The base frame 1 is a structural material for increasing the rigidity of the main body. The base frame 1 is provided substantially at the center in the height direction of the main body housing, and below the system board 3 on which an electronic component 31 such as a microprocessor is mounted. Is disposed. A locking claw 11 described later is formed on the upper surface of the base frame 1. In the present embodiment, a base frame 1 made of magnesium is used.

  By the way, in the keyboard mounting structure according to the embodiment of the present invention, the cosmetic frame 23 constituting the keyboard 2 is provided with a plurality of locking holes 231 opened on the lower surface of the keyboard 2, and provided in the main body 102. The base frame 1 is provided with a plurality of locking claws 11 that are locked in locking holes 231 provided in the cosmetic frame 23.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the locking hole 231 is for locking the locking claw 11, and is a boundary portion that separates the keys from each other in the cosmetic frame 23 and faces the lower surface of the keyboard 2. Is formed. The locking hole 231 is used in addition to the locking hole 231 for locking the locking claw 11 provided in the base frame 1 in order to share this type of keyboard 2 in different types of notebook computers. A plurality of holes 231 are provided. Thus, the keyboard 2 of this type can be attached to the base plate by providing the locking claws at positions corresponding to the locking holes 231 that are not used in this embodiment in the base plate of different types of notebook computers.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 5 to 7, the locking hole 231 is formed by plastic molding, and a recess 232 in which the locking claw 11 is accommodated and a locking portion 233 in which the locking claw 11 is locked. And have. The concave portion 232 is a concave-shaped concave portion whose lower surface is opened in the keyboard, and is formed so as to accommodate the locking claw 11 on the front side. The locking part 233 is provided in the lower part on the back side of the recess so that the locking claw 11 is locked on the back side of the recess 232. Thus, after the locking claw 11 is received in the recess 232 of the locking hole 231, the locking claw 11 is moved from the front side of the recess 232 to the back side by sliding the keyboard 2 toward the front side. The claw 11 is locked to the locking portion 233 of the locking hole 231.

  Further, the locking portion 233 of the locking hole 231 has an inclined surface 233a that expands from the upper side to the lower side on the side surface facing the locking claw 11 (base 111) when the locking claw 11 is locked. Have. The inclined surface 233a engages the locking claws 11 without removing the keyboard 2 when some of the locking claws 11 are not locked in the locking holes 231 and a part of the keyboard 2 is lifted. When the part of the keyboard 2 that is floating is pushed in, the latching claw 11 moves along the inclined surface 233a, and the latching claw 11 moves to the latching hole 231 ( Locked to the locking portion 233).

  The locking claws 11 are provided so as to correspond to arbitrary locking holes 231 among the plurality of locking holes 231 provided in the cosmetic frame 23 so that the keyboard 2 does not float. The locking claw 11 is formed by die casting, and has a base 111 and a head 112 provided above the base 111. The base 111 is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape, and is movable in the front-rear direction while being accommodated in the recess 232 of the locking hole 231. The head portion 112 is a portion that is locked to the locking portion 233 of the locking hole 231, and is larger than the base portion 111. There is a boundary surface that forms a step between the base portion 111 and the head portion 112, and this boundary surface is locked to the upper surface of the locking portion 233.

  Further, the head 112 of the locking claw 11 has an inclined surface 112a that gradually becomes thinner from the lower side to the upper side on the side surface on the locking part 233 side. The inclined surface 112a is for making it easy to push in a part of the keyboard 2 that is floating. When the part of the keyboard 2 that is floating is pushed in, the inclined surface 112a of the head 112 is inclined to the inclined surface of the locking portion 233. The head 112 of the locking claw 11 is locked in the locking hole 231 (locking portion 233).

  In the mounting structure according to the embodiment of the present invention, the base plate 21 constituting the keyboard 2 is provided with one or a plurality of (at most four) bosses 211 (see FIG. 3), and the base frame 21 A corresponding number of through holes 13 (see FIG. 11) are provided in one corresponding part. The boss 211 is formed with a female screw, and the base frame 1 and the keyboard 2 are fastened by the screw 4 inserted through the through hole 13 from the back side of the base frame 1.

  Next, a method for attaching the keyboard will be described with reference to FIGS. 8 to 12 are diagrams showing a method of attaching the keyboard. FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a method of inserting the back end of the keyboard into the main body. FIG. 9 is a diagram showing how the keyboard is accommodated in the main body. FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating a method of locking the keyboard to the base frame, FIG. 11 is a diagram illustrating a method of screwing the keyboard to the base frame, and FIG. 12 is a slot cover attached to the main body. It is a figure which shows a method.

  When attaching the keyboard 2, first, a connector (not shown) of the keyboard 2 is attached to a connector (not shown) of the system board 3. Next, as shown in FIG. 8, the keyboard 2 is inserted so that the end on the back side is below the frame of the main body housing. At this time, the locking claw 11 provided in the base frame 1 and the locking hole 231 provided in the cosmetic frame 23 of the keyboard 2 have the positional relationship shown in FIG.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 9, the keyboard 2 is moved to the back side, and the keyboard 2 is accommodated in the main body housing. At this time, the locking claws 11 provided in the base frame 1 are accommodated in the recesses 232 of the locking holes 231 provided in the cosmetic frame 23 of the keyboard 2 as shown in FIG.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 10, in order to firmly hold the keyboard 2 in the main body housing, the key (key top 24) is gently pushed toward the front side with the thumb, and the keyboard 2 is shifted toward the front side. At this time, the locking claws 11 provided in the base frame 1 are locked in the locking portions 233 of the locking holes 231 provided in the cosmetic frame 23 of the keyboard 2 as shown in FIG.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 11, the notebook personal computer 101 is turned over, and the screw 4 is inserted into the through hole 13 of the base frame 1 from the back side, and the base frame 1 and the keyboard 2 are fastened.

  Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 12, the lower slot cover 5 is attached to the notebook computer 101, and the attachment of the keyboard 2 is finished.

  In the keyboard mounting structure according to the above-described embodiment of the present invention, the locking hole 231 that opens in the lower surface of the keyboard 2 is provided in the cosmetic frame 23, while the locking claw 11 that is locked in the locking hole 231 is provided on the keyboard. Since it is provided on the base frame 1 to which 2 is attached, it is not necessary to project the locking claws from the lower surface of the keyboard 2, and it is easy to stick a waterproof sheet on the lower surface of the keyboard 2. As a result, the notebook computer adopting the keyboard mounting structure according to the present embodiment can be waterproof.

  In addition, a plurality of locking holes 231 are provided in the cosmetic frame 23, and a locking claw 11 corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole 231 capable of securing the mounting strength among the plurality of locking holes 231 is provided in the base frame 1. Therefore, in the different types of electronic devices, the same type of keyboard 2 can be shared by providing the base frame with a locking claw corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole 231 capable of securing the mounting strength. Thereby, the manufacturing cost of the notebook computer adopting the keyboard mounting structure according to the present embodiment can be reduced.

  In the keyboard mounting structure according to the above-described embodiment of the present invention, the locking claws 11 provided on the base frame 1 are formed by die casting. However, as shown in FIGS. By doing so, the locking claw 12 may be provided.

  FIGS. 13 to 15 are schematic diagrams for explaining a modified keyboard mounting structure. FIG. 13 is a diagram showing a state before the locking claw is received in the locking hole, and FIG. The figure which shows the state which accommodated the nail | claw in the latching hole, FIG. 15 is a figure which shows the state by which the latching claw was latched by the latching hole. The locking holes provided in the cosmetic frame 23 of the keyboard 2 are provided in the same manner as the locking holes described above.

  As shown in FIGS. 13 to 15, the locking hole 234 is formed by plastic molding and has a recess 235 in which the locking claw 12 is accommodated and a locking portion 236 in which the locking claw 12 is locked. ing. The concave portion 235 is a concave portion having a lower surface opened to the keyboard 2 and is formed so as to accommodate the locking claw 12 on the front side. The locking portion 236 is provided on the lower side of the recess 235 so that the locking claw 12 is locked on the back side of the recess. Thus, after the locking claw 12 is received in the recess 235 of the locking hole 234, the locking claw 12 is moved from the front side of the recess 235 to the back side by sliding the keyboard 2 toward the front side. The claw 12 is locked to the locking portion 236 of the locking hole 234.

  Further, the locking portion 236 of the locking hole 234 has an inclined surface 236a that expands from the upper side to the lower side on the lower side surface of the head 122 of the locking claw 12 when the locking claw 12 is locked. Have. The inclined surface 236a engages the locking claws 12 without removing the keyboard 2 when some of the locking claws 12 are not locked in the locking holes 234 and a part of the keyboard 2 is lifted. When the part of the keyboard 2 that is floating is pushed in, the locking claw 12 moves along the inclined surface 236a, and the locking claw 12 moves to the locking hole 234 ( Locked to the locking portion 236).

  The locking claws 12 are provided so as to correspond to arbitrary locking holes 234 among the plurality of locking holes 234 provided in the cosmetic frame 23 so that the keyboard 2 does not float. The locking claw 12 is formed by sheet metal processing, and has a base portion 121 and a head portion 122 (locking portion) provided at the back of the base portion 121. The base 121 and the head 122 are formed by bending a plate, and the base 121 and the head 122 can move in the front-rear direction while being accommodated in the recess 235 of the locking hole 234. The head portion 122 is a portion that is locked to the locking portion 236 of the locking hole 234, and extends deeper than the base portion 121. Between the base 121 and the head 122, there is a notch surface formed in a bowl shape, and this notch surface is locked to the upper surface of the locking part 236.

  Moreover, the head 122 of the latching claw 12 has an inclined surface (not shown) that gradually narrows from the lower side to the upper side on the side surface on the latching part side. This inclined surface is for making it easy to push in a part of the keyboard 2 that is floating. When the part of the keyboard 2 that is floating is pushed in, the inclined surface of the head 122 is brought into contact with the inclined surface 236a of the locking portion 236. And the head 122 of the locking claw 12 is locked in the locking hole 234 (locking portion 236).

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Base frame 11 Locking claw 111 Base 112 Head 112a Inclined surface 12 Locking claw 121 Base 122 Head 13 Through hole 2 Keyboard 21 Base plate 211 Boss 23 Cosmetic frame 231 Locking hole 232 Recess 233 Locking portion 233a Inclined surface 234 Locking hole 235 Recessed portion 236 Locking portion 236a Inclined surface 24 Key top 3 System board 31 Electronic component 4 Screw 5 Lower slot cover 101 Laptop computer 102 Main body 103 Lid

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  1. In the mounting structure of a keyboard with a cosmetic frame that separates between keys,
    A locking hole that opens in the lower surface of the keyboard is provided in the cosmetic frame, while a locking claw that is locked in the locking hole is provided in a base frame to which the keyboard is attached ,
    An attachment structure for a keyboard, wherein the locking hole is provided in a boundary portion that divides the keys between the keys adjacent in the left-right direction in the cosmetic frame .
  2. The locking hole is a case where the locking hole and the locking claw are slid relative to each other in a state in which the locking claw is received and the storage portion receives the locking claw. The keyboard mounting structure according to claim 1, further comprising a locking portion for locking the locking claw.
  3. A plurality of the locking holes are provided in the cosmetic frame, and a locking claw corresponding to an arbitrary locking hole capable of securing the mounting strength among the plurality of locking holes is provided in the base frame. The keyboard mounting structure according to claim 1 or 2 .
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