JP6511764B2 - Medium storage device and medium transaction device - Google Patents

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JP6511764B2
JP6511764B2 JP2014210035A JP2014210035A JP6511764B2 JP 6511764 B2 JP6511764 B2 JP 6511764B2 JP 2014210035 A JP2014210035 A JP 2014210035A JP 2014210035 A JP2014210035 A JP 2014210035A JP 6511764 B2 JP6511764 B2 JP 6511764B2
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渉 涌嶋
渉 涌嶋
高田 敦
敦 高田
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Description

  The present invention relates to a medium storage device and a medium transaction device, and is suitably applied to, for example, an automatic teller machine (ATM) or the like that inserts a medium such as a bill and performs a desired transaction.
  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, in an automated teller machine or the like used in a financial institution, a store, or the like, for example, a customer is made to deposit cash such as banknotes and coins, and the customer pays out cash. As an automatic cash transaction apparatus, for example, a bill depositing / dispensing unit for exchanging bills with a customer, a discriminating unit for discriminating the denomination and authenticity of the inserted bill and reading the serial number, and the inserted bill There is one which has a temporary storage unit for temporarily storing, a transport unit for transporting banknotes, and a banknote storage for storing banknotes for each denomination.
  Such an automatic teller machine is provided with a plurality of rotatable impellers for striking and aligning the rear end of the banknotes when accumulating banknotes in the banknote storage, and each impeller is about half of the outer periphery There are some which have a radial blade | wing and make a rotational phase of each blade | wing mutually shift and rotate (for example, refer patent document 1).
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  In such an automatic cash transaction apparatus, when accumulating bills in the bill storage, it is desired to stably collect bills and to further improve the reliability.
  The present invention has been made in consideration of the above points, and an object thereof is to propose a media storage device and a media transaction device which can improve the reliability.
In order to solve such problems, in the medium storage device of the present invention, a medium storage unit for storing the medium, and a first blade provided on a part of the outer periphery pivotally supported on the rotation shaft The first impeller to be accumulated in the first gear, a drive source for rotating the first impeller, an abutment portion that rotates in synchronization with the first impeller, and an outer peripheral shaft supported coaxially with the rotation shaft The second impeller is provided in the unit, and the second impeller that strikes the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage unit, and the limiter that rotates in synchronization with the second impeller are provided. By the contact, the second impeller rotates following the first impeller, and when the retraction operation is performed before the feeding operation for feeding the medium from the medium storage unit to the outside, the first impeller is: The second blade is retracted from the medium transport path to the retracted position and stopped, and the second blade positioned at the retracted position While maintaining the position of the impeller, so as to rotate in the opposite direction of the feeding rotation direction of the integrated rotating direction when performing integration operation for integrating the medium to the medium accommodating portion from the outside and retracted from the conveyance path to the retracted position did.
  This media storage device uses only one drive source, and during the accumulation operation, the first impeller and the second impeller function as an all-round impeller with blades all around, and is more stable. Banknotes can be accumulated on
Further, in the medium transaction apparatus of the present invention, a customer service unit for receiving a transaction related to the medium, a medium storage unit for storing the medium, and a first blade pivotally supported by the rotation shaft and provided on a part of the outer periphery Fixed coaxially with the rotation shaft, a first impeller to be accumulated in the medium storage portion, a drive source for rotating the first impeller, an abutting portion for rotating in synchronization with the first impeller, and A second blade is provided on a part of the outer periphery, and a second impeller that strikes the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage unit and a limiter that rotates in synchronization with the second impeller are provided. By contacting the limiter, the second impeller is caused to rotate following the first impeller.
  This medium transaction apparatus uses only one drive source, and during accumulation operation, the first impeller and the second impeller function as an all-round impeller with blades all around, and is more stable. Banknotes can be stored on the media storage device.
  According to the present invention, only one drive source is used, and in integrated operation, the first impeller and the second impeller function as an all-round impeller having blades all around, and are more stable. Banknotes can be accumulated on Thus, the present invention can realize a media storage device and a media transaction device that can improve the reliability.
It is a perspective view which shows the structure of a cash automatic transaction apparatus. It is a left side view showing the composition of a bill cash-receipt-and-disbursement machine. It is a left side view showing composition (1) of a bill storage, (A) is at the time of accumulation, and (B) is at the time of delivery. It is a front view which shows the structure (2) of a banknote storage. It is a perspective view showing composition of an impeller mechanism by a 1st embodiment. The structure of a contact part and a limiter is shown, (A) is a right view of a contact part, (B) is a left view of a limiter. It is a left view which shows operation | movement of the movable impeller by 1st Embodiment, and a fixed impeller. It is a perspective view showing operation (1) of an impeller mechanism by a 1st embodiment. It is a perspective view showing operation (2) of an impeller mechanism by a 1st embodiment. It is a perspective view showing operation (3) of the impeller mechanism by a 1st embodiment. It is a perspective view showing operation (4) of an impeller mechanism by a 1st embodiment. It is a perspective view which shows the structure of the impeller mechanism by 2nd Embodiment. It is a left view which shows operation | movement of the movable impeller by 2nd Embodiment, and a fixed impeller. It is a perspective view which shows operation | movement (1) of the impeller mechanism by 2nd Embodiment. It is a perspective view which shows operation | movement (2) of the impeller mechanism by 2nd Embodiment. It is a perspective view showing operation (3) of an impeller mechanism by a 2nd embodiment. It is a perspective view showing operation (4) of the impeller mechanism by a 2nd embodiment.
  Hereinafter, modes for carrying out the invention (hereinafter referred to as embodiments) will be described using the drawings.
[1. First embodiment]
[1-1. Configuration of Automated Teller Machine]
As the external appearance is shown in FIG. 1, the automated teller machine 1 mainly comprises a box-like case 2 and is installed, for example, in a financial institution, etc. Make a cash transaction. In the case 2, the customer service unit 3 is provided at a position where it is easy to insert a bill and operate the touch panel in a state where the customer faces the front side.
  The customer service unit 3 is provided with a card slot 4, a cash slot 5, an operation display unit 6, a ten key 7 and a receipt issue slot 8, and directly exchanges cash, passbook, etc. with a customer Information notification and operation instructions are accepted. The card entrance 4 is a portion into which various cards such as a cash card are inserted or ejected. On the back side of the card entrance 4 is provided a card processing unit (not shown) for reading an account number etc. magnetically recorded on various cards. The deposit / withdrawal port 5 is a portion into which a bill deposited by the customer is inserted and a bill dispensed to the customer is discharged. Further, the deposit / withdrawal port 5 is opened or closed by driving a shutter. The operation display unit 6 is integrated with an LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) for displaying an operation screen at the time of transaction, and a touch panel for selecting the type of transaction, inputting a password, transaction amount and the like. The ten key 7 is a physical key that receives input of numbers such as “0” to “9”, and is used at the time of input operation such as a personal identification number or a transaction amount. The receipt issue port 8 is a part that issues a receipt on which the contents of the transaction and the like are printed at the end of the transaction process. Incidentally, on the back side of the receipt issue port 8, a receipt processing unit (not shown) for printing the contents of the transaction on the receipt is provided.
  In the housing 2, a main control unit 9 for overall control of the entire automated teller machine 1 and a bill depositing / dispensing machine 10 for performing various processes regarding bills are provided. The main control unit 9 is mainly composed of a central processing unit (CPU) (not shown), and a predetermined program is stored in a storage unit such as a read only memory (ROM), a random access memory (RAM), a hard disk drive or a flash memory. Is read out and executed to control each part to perform various processes such as a deposit transaction and a withdrawal transaction.
  In the following, the side facing the user of the automated teller machine 1 is the front side, the opposite is the rear side, and the left and the right are the left side and the right side, respectively, as viewed from the user facing the front side. The lower side is defined and explained.
[1-2. Internal configuration of the banknote deposit and withdrawal machine]
As the banknote depositing and dispensing machine 10 is shown in FIG. 2, the control unit 12 controls each unit (the banknote depositing and dispensing unit 16, the transport unit 24, the discrimination unit 18, the temporary storage unit 20, the banknote storage 26, the reject storage 28 and forgot) Control the warehouse 22).
  The control unit 12 mainly includes a CPU (not shown), and controls each unit by reading and executing a predetermined program from the storage unit 14 (FIG. 1) including a ROM, a RAM, a hard disk drive and a flash memory. Perform various processing such as deposit transaction and withdrawal transaction. The storage unit 14 stores the discrimination result in which the discrimination unit 18 has discriminated the bill, the discrimination result of the serial number of the bill, and the like together with the transaction information.
  Inside the bill depositing / dispensing machine 10, a bill depositing / dispensing unit 16, a discrimination unit 18 for determining the denomination and authenticity of the bill, a temporary holding unit 20 for temporarily retaining the deposited bill, etc. are provided on the upper side There is.
  The bill receiving / dispensing unit 16 separates the bills inserted from the customer one by one and feeds them to the conveying unit 24. Further, the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16 separates and holds the bill delivered to the transport unit 24 and the bill returned to the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16 as a deposit impossible bill. Further, the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16 is provided with a bill detection sensor (not shown) for detecting whether or not there is a bill fed out to the transport unit 24 inside the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16.
  The transport unit 24 transports a rectangular banknote in the short direction along a transport path indicated by a thick line in the drawing by a roller, a belt, or the like (not shown). The transport unit 24 transports the bill so that the discrimination unit 18 is inserted in the front-rear direction, and connects the rear side of the discrimination unit 18 to the temporary storage unit 20 and the banknote depositing / dispensing unit 16. Further, the transport unit 24 connects the front side of the discrimination unit 18 to the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16, the bill storage 26, the reject storage 28, and the left storage 22. A selector (not shown) is provided at the branch point of the transport unit 24, and switches the transport destination of the banknote by rotating based on the control of the control unit 12. The conveyance unit 24 is provided with a plurality of bill detection sensors for detecting bills, and sends out the detection result of the bill to the control unit 12.
  The discrimination section 18 discriminates the denomination and authenticity of the bill, the degree of damage, etc. (correctness) using an optical element, a magnetic detection element, etc. while conveying the bill inside thereof, and identifies the discrimination result The control unit 12 is notified. Further, the discrimination unit 18 reads and identifies a serial number, which is bill identification information composed of alphanumeric characters or the like given for each bill and printed in advance on one side of the bill, from the imaged image data of the bill. At this time, the discrimination unit 18 notifies the control unit 12 of the identified character as an identification result. In response to this, the control unit 12 determines the transport destination of the bill based on the acquired discrimination result and the discrimination result.
  The temporary storage unit 20 temporarily holds the banknotes that the customer has put into the banknote depositing / dispensing unit 16 at the time of payment, and temporarily suspends the depositable banknotes that are discriminated as depositable by the discrimination unit 18 until payment is determined. . On the other hand, the deposit impossible banknote discriminated as the deposit failure is discharged to the banknote deposit and withdrawal unit 16. In addition, the temporary storage unit 20 temporarily holds the non-dispensable banknotes identified as being non-disbursable by the discrimination unit 18 at the time of dispensing, until the banknotes capable of being dispensed are dispensed, and then the relevant disbursement. The rejected banknotes are discharged to the reject storage 28.
  Further, inside the banknote depositing and dispensing machine 10, banknotes identified by denomination below at the lower side, banknotes discriminated as broken banknotes (so-called unfit banknotes) in the discrimination unit 18, banknotes discriminated as forged banknotes, and 5 Reject storage 28 for storing banknotes of nonreturnable denominations such as thousand and two thousand tickets, and removal storage 22 for collecting and storing banknotes that the customer forgot from the banknote deposit and withdrawal section 16 at the time of transaction are provided. ing. The bill storage 26, the reject storage 28, and the forgotten storage 22 are configured to be removable from slots provided in the banknote depositing and dispensing machine 10. The bill storage 26 takes in and stores the bills transported from the transport unit 24 by the storage and discharge mechanism, and discharges the stored bills and supplies the bills to the transport unit 24.
  In this configuration, the automatic cash transaction apparatus 1 controls the respective units by the main control unit 9 and the control unit 12 based on the discrimination results and the discrimination results of the banknotes by the discrimination unit 18, and processes for depositing and dispensing banknotes, etc. I do.
  That is, in the cash transaction apparatus 1, when a deposit transaction is selected by the customer via the operation display unit 6 at the time of deposit transaction, and a bill is further inserted into the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16, the inserted bill is inserted into the bill depositing / dispensing unit The sheet is conveyed one by one to the discrimination unit 18 one by one. Here, the automated teller machine 1 transports the depositable banknotes determined to be depositable based on the discrimination result of the discrimination unit 18 and the discrimination result to the temporary storage unit 20 and temporarily stores them. On the other hand, the automated teller machine 1 returns the deposit rejected banknote determined to be unsuitable for deposit to the banknote deposit / withdrawal unit 16 and returns it to the customer by opening the shutter. Thereafter, when the amount of money deposited is determined by the customer, the automated teller machine 1 conveys the banknote stored in the temporary storage unit 20 to the discrimination unit 18, and obtains the discrimination result and the identification result of the serial number. Here, the automated teller machine 1 transports and stores the banknotes determined to be storable based on the discrimination results of the discrimination unit 18 and the discrimination results to the respective banknote storages 26 according to the denomination. On the other hand, the automated teller machine 1 transports the banknotes determined to be unsuitable for storage to the reject storage 28.
  On the other hand, at the time of withdrawal transaction, when the withdrawal transaction is selected by the customer via the operation display unit 6 and the withdrawal amount is inputted by the customer, the number of banknotes for each denomination necessary according to the requested amount The bill is taken out from each bill storage 26 according to the number of bills for each denomination, and is conveyed to the discrimination unit 18 to obtain the discrimination result and the discrimination result of the serial number. Here, the automated teller machine 1 transports the billable banknotes that can be dispensed based on the discrimination result of the discrimination unit 18 and the discrimination result to the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16. On the other hand, the automated teller machine 1 conveys the deposit-rejected banknote determined to be unsuitable for dispensing to the temporary storage unit 20 and temporarily stores it. When bills corresponding to the required amount are accumulated in the bill depositing / dispensing unit 16, the automated teller machine 1 opens the shutter. As a result, it becomes possible to receive the banknotes accumulated in the banknote deposit and withdrawal section 16, and the customer receives the banknotes. Thereafter, the automated teller machine 1 transports and stores the withdrawal / reject banknotes stored in the temporary storage unit 20 to the reject storage 28 for storage.
[1-3. Configuration of Banknote Storage]
As shown in FIG.3 and FIG.4, the banknote storage 26 has the storage case 32 formed in the box shape long in the upper and lower sides, for example, combining six metal plates. The storage case 32 is provided with a bill storage portion 36 which is a space extending vertically and storing bills, and an opening for communicating the bill storage portion 36 with the outside on the rear upper side of the storage case 32. The part 34 is formed. Further, the bill storage portion 36 is provided with a flat plate-like stage 40 mounted so as to stack a plurality of bills BL and moving up and down in the bill storage portion 36 by a drive mechanism (not shown). Further, the storage case 32 is provided with an upper surface sensor 42 which optically detects the uppermost banknote on the stage 40. Further, behind the opening 34, it is provided along the front-back direction substantially orthogonal to the stacking direction (vertical direction) of the bills BL placed on the stage 40, and the upper and lower sides of the bills transported along the transport direction A transport path 44 is provided which is constituted by a guide guiding the side. The conveyance path 44 is provided with a bill detection sensor 46 that optically detects a bill passing through the conveyance path 44. Hereinafter, the direction orthogonal to the surface of the conveyed bill BL is referred to as a surface direction, and the lateral direction orthogonal to the surface direction and the conveyance direction is also referred to as a conveyance width direction. Further, in the transport path 44, transport width direction guides (not shown) are provided at the right end portion and the left end portion of the transport path 44 for restricting the positional deviation in the transport width direction of the bill being transported. Further, inside the front wall of the storage case 32 at a position facing the transport path 44, a building stopper 47 in which a spring is built in is provided.
  A picker roller 48 is rotatably supported at the front end of the picker arm 50 at a position facing the stage 40 above the bill storage portion 36. A feed roller rotation shaft 52 extending in the left-right direction is attached to the rear end of the picker arm 50 behind the picker roller 48 and above the opening 34 so as not to transmit the rotation to the picker arm 50, The feed rollers 54L and 54R (hereinafter collectively referred to as feed rollers 54) are provided on the feed roller rotary shaft 52 at intervals shorter than the longitudinal direction of the bill in the left-right direction in FIG. It is rotatably mounted clockwise. Feed roller groove portions 55L and 55R are recessed in the feed rollers 54L and 54R, respectively, over the entire outer circumference.
  An endless drive belt 56 is stretched around a not-shown toothed pulley attached to the feed roller rotating shaft 52 and a not-shown toothed pulley having the same number of teeth attached to the shaft of the picker roller 48 . The drive belt 56 transmits the rotational force of the feed roller 54 to the picker roller 48.
  A rotary shaft 60 extends in the left-right direction at a position facing the feed roller rotary shaft 52 below the opening 34, and the rotary shaft 60 faces the feed rollers 54L and 54R, respectively. Reverse rollers 58L and 58R (hereinafter collectively referred to as reverse roller 58) are rotatably attached to the rotary shaft 60 in the clockwise direction in FIG. The rotating shaft 60 has both ends attached to the storage case 32 via a one-way clutch (not shown), and this one-way clutch rotates the rotating shaft 60 only clockwise in FIG. 3 with respect to the storage case 32. , Regulate counterclockwise rotation. The reverse rollers 58L and 58R are formed with reverse roller meshing portions 61L and 61R (hereinafter collectively referred to as reverse roller meshing portions 61) provided to project over the entire outer periphery. The feed roller 54 and the reverse roller 58 mesh in a non-contact state by the reverse roller meshing portion 61 entering the feed roller groove 55. On the left side of the reverse roller 58L, a fixed impeller 81LL fixed to the rotating shaft 60, a movable impeller 75L rotatable relative to the rotating shaft 60, and a fixed impeller 81LR fixed to the rotating shaft 60 are provided in order from the left It is done. On the right side of the reverse roller 58R, a fixed impeller 81RR fixed to the rotary shaft 60, a movable impeller 75R rotatable relative to the rotary shaft 60, and a fixed impeller 81RL fixed to the rotary shaft 60 are sequentially provided from the right It is done.
  In the following, the counterclockwise rotation direction of the feed roller 54 in FIG. 3 at the time of accumulation, the rotation shaft 60, the reverse roller 58, the movable impeller 75 (described later) and the fixed impeller 81 (described later) The clockwise rotation direction is also referred to as the accumulation rotation direction ri. The clockwise rotation direction of the feed roller 54 at the time of feeding is also referred to as feeding rotation direction ro.
[1-4. Internal configuration of the impeller mechanism]
The storage case 32 (FIG. 3) is attached with a motor 62 shown in FIG. 5 that generates driving force clockwise and counterclockwise in left side view. As shown in FIG. 5, a cylindrical motor gear 64 is attached to the output shaft of the motor 62 so as to rotate according to the rotation of the motor 62. Incidentally, the reverse roller 58 and the fixed impellers 81LL and 81RR are not shown in FIG.
  At the rear of the motor gear 64, a drive gear 66 is attached to the storage case 32 so as to be rotatable about a rotation shaft so as to mesh with the motor gear 64. Behind the drive gear 66, a gear 68 is rotatably provided so as to mesh with the drive gear 66. The counter shaft 69 is connected to the gear 68. The gear 68 transmits the rotational force of the motor 62 in the accumulation rotational direction ri to the counter shaft 69 via the motor gear 64 and the drive gear 66. Further, a torque limiter 70 is attached between the gear 68 and the counter shaft 69. The torque limiter 70 prevents the transmission of the driving force from the gear 68 to the counter shaft 69 by causing the counter shaft 69 to idle when it is intended to transmit a torque of a predetermined amount or more from the gear 68 to the counter shaft 69.
  The countershaft 69 extends in the left-right direction, and two idle gears 72L and 72R (hereinafter collectively referred to as the idle gear 72) are fixed. Thus, the idle gear 72 rotates with the rotation of the counter shaft 69.
  Above the idle gears 72L and 72R, the movable impeller boss gears 74L and 74R (hereinafter collectively referred to as movable impeller boss gears 74) are centered on the rotation shaft 60 so as to mesh with the idle gears 72L and 72R respectively. It is rotatably attached to the rotating shaft 60. The idle gear 72 thereby transmits the rotational force of the countershaft 69 to the movable impeller boss gear 74. The movable impeller 75L is mounted on the right side of the movable impeller boss gear 74L, and the movable impeller 75R is mounted on the left side of the movable impeller boss gear 74R so as to be integral with the movable impeller boss gear 74L and the movable impeller boss gear 74R. There is. The movable impellers 75L and 75R are collectively referred to as the movable impeller 75 below. Thereby, the movable impeller 75 rotates in synchronization with the movable impeller boss gear 74.
  In the movable impeller 75R, a plurality of strip-like blades 77R having elasticity are radially emitted at predetermined intervals of, for example, 45 degrees in a predetermined angle range of 180 degrees or less on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical main body 76R. It is planted to protrude. Further, from the left side surface of the main body 76R, as shown in FIG. 6A, a fan-shaped contact portion 78R protrudes toward the fixed impeller boss gear 80RL at the outer peripheral edge portion. Similarly, in the movable impeller 75L, a plurality of strip-like blades 77L having elasticity are radially emitted at predetermined equal intervals of, for example, 45 degrees in a predetermined angle range of 180 degrees or less on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical main body 76L. It is planted to protrude. Further, from the right side surface of the main body portion 76L, a fan-shaped abutment portion 78L protrudes toward the fixed impeller boss gear 80LR at the outer peripheral edge portion. Hereinafter, the main body portions 76L and 76R are collectively referred to as the main body portion 76, the blades 77R and 77L are collectively referred to as the blade 77, and the contact portions 78R and 78L are collectively referred to as the contact portion 78.
  A fixed impeller boss gear 80LR is fixed to the rotary shaft 60 on the right side of the movable impeller 75L. Thereby, the rotating shaft 60 rotates with the rotation of the fixed impeller boss gear 80LR. A fixed impeller boss gear 80RL is fixed to the rotating shaft 60 on the left side of the movable impeller 75R. As a result, the rotation shaft 60 rotates with the rotation of the fixed impeller boss gear 80RL. The fixed impeller boss gears 80LR and 80RL will be collectively referred to as the fixed impeller boss gear 80 below.
  The fixed impeller 81LR is fixed to the right of the fixed impeller boss gear 80LR, and the fixed impeller 81RL is fixed to the left of the fixed impeller boss gear 80RL while being fixed to the rotary shaft 60. Hereinafter, the fixed impellers 81LL, 81LR, 81RL, and 81RR are also collectively referred to as the fixed impeller 81. Thereby, the fixed impeller 81 rotates in synchronization with the fixed impeller boss gear 80 with the rotation of the rotating shaft 60.
  In the fixed impeller 81RL, a plurality of strip-shaped elastic blades 83RL have rotational angles with the movable impeller 75R at predetermined equal intervals within a predetermined angle range of 180 degrees or less on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical main body 82RL. They are planted so as to project four sheets radially 180 degrees apart. Further, from the right side surface of fixed impeller boss gear 80RL, as shown in FIG. 6B, arc-shaped limiter 84R is directed toward main body 76R of movable impeller 75R in a predetermined angular range of 180 degrees or less at the outer peripheral edge. It has been erected. Similarly, in the fixed impeller 81LR, a plurality of strip-shaped elastic blades 83LR rotate at predetermined regular intervals on the outer peripheral surface of the cylindrical main body 82LR and the movable impeller 75L at predetermined intervals. They are planted so as to project radially at an angle of 180 degrees. Further, from the right side surface of the fixed impeller boss gear 80LR, an arc-shaped limiter 84L protrudes toward the main body 76L of the movable impeller 75L in a predetermined angle range of 180 degrees or less at the outer peripheral edge. The contact portion 78L and the limiter 84L are configured to be line symmetrical with respect to the contact portion 78R and the limiter 84R with the reverse roller 58 as a center. The fixed impellers 81LL and 81RR are impellers whose blades are located in the same phase as the fixed impellers 81LR and 81RL. Also, in the following, the main body portions 82RL and 82LR are collectively referred to as the main body portion 82, the blades 83RL and 83LR are collectively referred to as the blade 83, and the limiters 84L and 84R are collectively referred to as a limiter 84.
The limiter 84, when the integrated contact portion 78 is an end abutting the abutment surface 84i retracting rotation direction re distal side when the integrated abutment surface during retraction abutting portion 78 is an end abutting upon retraction 84e are respectively formed on the tip end side of the accumulation rotation direction ri opposite to the retraction rotation direction re . When the movable impeller 75 in a state in which the contact portion 78 is in contact with the contact surface 84i when the accumulation contact surface 84i and the retraction contact surface 84e are rotated 180 degrees in the retraction rotation direction re It is formed at a position where it abuts on the abutment surface 84e at the time of retraction.
  The fixed impeller 81 and the movable impeller 75 rotate in the stacking rotation direction ri together with the reverse roller 58, thereby striking the rear end portion of the bill BL sent out to the bill storage portion 36 downward. Further, on the front side of the storage case 32, a groove, a hole or the like is provided which allows the tip end of the blade to enter the bill storage portion 36 when the fixed impeller 81 and the movable impeller 75 rotate.
  The rotation shaft 60 is provided with a position detection sensor (not shown) for detecting the positions of the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81, and the position detection sensor supplies the detection result to the control unit 12. Based on the detection result, the control unit 12 drives the motor 62 to rotate the rotating shaft 60, and controls the positions of the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81. Thus, when feeding out the bills from the bill storage portion 36 to the outside, as shown in FIG. 3 (B), the control portion 12 causes the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 to stick out to the conveyance path 44 to obstruct the conveyance. The rotary shaft 60 is rotated to retract the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 at a predetermined retraction position.
  When the movable impeller 75 rotates in the accumulation rotation direction ri, the contact portion 78 contacts the accumulation contact surface 84i and rotates the fixed impeller boss gear 80 in the accumulation rotation direction ri. On the other hand, when the movable impeller 75 rotates in the retraction rotation direction re, the contact portion 78 contacts the retraction contact surface 84e and rotates the fixed impeller boss gear 80 in the retraction rotation direction re.
  The fixed impeller 81LL is configured so as to be substantially line-symmetrical to the fixed impeller 81LR with the movable impeller 75L as a center, and thus detailed description will be omitted. Further, the fixed impeller 81RR, the movable impeller 75R and the fixed impeller 81RL are configured so as to be substantially line symmetrical with respect to the fixed roller 81LL with respect to the fixed impeller 81LL, the movable impeller 75L and the fixed impeller 81LR. Description is omitted.
  Such motor 62, motor gear 64, drive gear 66, gear 68, counter shaft 69, torque limiter 70, idle gear 72, movable impeller boss gear 74, movable impeller 75, fixed impeller boss gear 80, fixed impeller 81, etc. Thus, an impeller mechanism 87 is formed which strikes the rear end portion of the bill BL sent out to the bill storage portion 36 downward. Further, bills are accumulated in the bill storage portion 36 through the opening 34 by the feed roller rotation shaft 52, the feed roller 54, the rotation shaft 60, the reverse roller 58, the impeller mechanism 87 and the like described above and the outside from the bill storage portion 36 An accumulation feeding unit 86 for feeding the bills is configured.
[1-5. Accumulation operation]
In this configuration, when performing an accumulation operation for taking in bills from the outside and accumulating them in the bill storage portion 36, as shown in FIG. 3A, the bill storage 26 accumulates and rotates the feed rollers 54 based on the control of the control unit 12. Rotate in the direction ri. At this time, the bill storage case 26 drives the motor 62 to rotate the output shaft in the accumulation rotation direction ri, whereby the motor gear 64, the drive gear 66, the gear 68, the torque limiter 70, the counter shaft 69, the idle gear 72 and the movable blade FIG. 7B shows the movable impeller 75 from the accumulation start state (retraction state) in which the contact portion 78 abuts on the retraction contact surface 84e of the limiter 84 via the car boss gear 74 as shown in FIG. 7A. As shown in FIG. Here, in FIG. 7, for convenience of explanation, the blade 77 is shown by a broken line, and is shown slightly shifted when the blade 77 and the blade 83 are positioned in the same rotational phase.
  When the movable impeller 75 rotates 180 degrees in the accumulation rotation direction ri from the accumulation start state, as shown in FIG. 7C, the abutment portion 78 abuts on the accumulation abutment surface 84i of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. At this time, as shown in FIG. 8, the blades 77 of the movable impeller 75 and the blades 83 of the fixed impeller 81 are 180 degrees out of alignment with each other, so that 360 around the rotation shaft 60 in side view. The blades are deployed over the entire circumference of the angle.
  From here, when the movable impeller 75 further rotates in the accumulation rotation direction ri, the fixed impeller boss gear 80 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri as shown in FIG. 7 (D). Since the fixed impeller boss gear 80 is fixed to the rotation shaft 60, the rotation shaft 60 also rotates with the rotation of the fixed impeller boss gear 80, and the fixed impeller 81 also rotates. Thereafter, the movable impeller 75 continues to rotate during accumulation, and the abutment portion 78 continues to abut on the accumulation surface 84i of the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80, so 360 degrees around the rotation shaft 60 As shown in FIG. 9, the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 keep rotating in synchronization, while keeping the blades positioned all around.
  As a result, the feed roller 54 and the reverse roller 58 sandwich the bill and send it out to the bill storage unit 36, and the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 lower the rear end portion of the bill sent out to the bill storage unit 36. Smash down towards In the bill, the front end portion collides with the bill stopper 47 to absorb the rearward momentum, and the bill falls on the stage 40 and is placed.
[1-6. Evacuation operation]
When the accumulation operation is completed and the impeller retracting operation for moving the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 to the retracted position is performed, the bill storage 26 is first moved as shown in FIG. 7 (E) and FIG. By rotating the impeller 75, the fixed impeller 81 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri, moved to the retracted position, and the motor 62 is stopped. Subsequently, the bill storage case 26 rotates the output shaft of the motor 62 in the retraction rotation direction re, whereby the motor gear 64, the drive gear 66, the gear 68, the torque limiter 70, the counter shaft 69, the idle gear 72 and the movable impeller boss gear The movable impeller 75 is rotated toward the retraction position in the retraction rotation direction re from the retraction start state shown in FIG. 7 (E) through 74 as shown in FIG. 7 (F).
  When the movable impeller 75 rotates 180 degrees in the retraction rotation direction re from the retraction start state, as shown in FIG. 7G, the contact portion 78 contacts the retraction contact surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. At this time, a force for rotating the movable impeller 75 in the retraction rotation direction re is applied to the fixed impeller 81, but the rotation shaft 60 to which the fixed impeller 81 is fixed rotates in the same direction as the retraction rotation direction re with respect to the storage case 32. Since the rotation is restricted in the feeding rotation direction ro which is the direction, the movable impeller 75 is shown in FIG. 11 in which the contact portion 78 is in contact with the retraction abutment surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. Stop at the evacuation position. As described above, the bill storage 26 retracts the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 so that the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 do not protrude into the conveyance path 44 and prevent the conveyance at the time of delivery.
  At this time, when the movable impeller 75 is stopped at the retracted position where the abutting portion 78 abuts on the abutting surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 at the time of retraction, the movable impeller 75 retracts relative to the fixed impeller 81 Although it is attempted to apply a force to rotate in the direction re, the torque limiter 70 causes the counter shaft 69 to idle, thereby blocking the transmission of the driving force from the motor 62 to the movable impeller 75. Accordingly, the bill storage case 26 can prevent damage to the contact portion 78 and the limiter 84 due to the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75 continuing to apply a force to the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller 81.
[1-7. Feeding operation]
On the other hand, when performing a feeding operation for feeding the bills from the bill storage portion 36 to the outside, the bill storage 26 retracts the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 based on the control of the control unit 12 as shown in FIG. In the state, the feed roller 54 is rotated in the feeding rotational direction ro and the stage 40 is raised to bring the uppermost banknote into contact with the picker roller 48. The picker roller 48 rotates with the feed roller 54 in the feeding rotational direction ro, and feeds the bill to the opening 34. At this time, the reverse roller 58 and the rotating shaft 60 do not rotate counterclockwise in the drawing. As a result, the feed roller 54 and the reverse roller 58 hold the bill on the lower side of the uppermost bill by the reverse roller 58 while holding the bill, and only the uppermost bill is conveyed to the transport path 44 by the feed roller 54. Send out, take out to the outside.
  Also at this time, the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller boss gear 74 abuts on the retraction contact surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 at the same time as the retraction operation, and the countershaft 69 idles to thereby move the movable impeller 75 and The retracted position of the fixed impeller 81 is held. As described above, the bill storage case 26 performs the separation operation while keeping the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 in the retracted state.
[1-8. effect]
In the above configuration, the automated teller machine 1 includes the movable impeller 75 in which the blade 77 as the first blade is implanted so that the rotational phase is 180 degrees out of phase, and the blade 83 as the second blade. In the fixed impeller 81, when the movable impeller 75 rotates 180 degrees during accumulation, the abutting portion 78 abuts and engages the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 fixed to the fixed impeller 81. The driving force is transmitted by causing the fixed impeller 81 to co-rotate, that is, contact directly with the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 without moving the movable impeller 75 via the biasing member or the like, and the blades 77 and 83 are identical. It was made to make a transition to a state 180 degrees out of phase. Thereby, the automated teller machine 1 always functions the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 at all times as an all-round impeller with blades existing at substantially equal intervals of 360 degrees using only one motor at the time of accumulation be able to.
  The automatic teller machine 1 also stops the fixed impeller 81 at the retraction position and rotates the motor 62 in the retraction rotation direction re, when performing a transfer operation from the accumulation operation to the delivery operation. The movable impeller 75 is rotated from the state in contact with the accumulation contact surface 84i of the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller 81 whose rotation in the direction ro is restricted to the contact in the retraction contact surface 84e. It was made to move to the evacuation position. Thus, the automated teller machine 1 reliably retracts the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 before performing the separation operation, and maintains that state even when the feed roller 54 rotates in the delivery rotation direction ro. Can.
  Here, the rotational force of the fixed impeller fixed to the rotating shaft is transmitted to the movable impeller rotatable with respect to the rotating shaft by the biasing force of the spring, and the movable impeller is rotated following the fixed impeller. When the fixed impeller and the movable impeller abut against the accumulated bills and the load is received, the rotation of the movable impeller is blocked, while the fixed impeller passes the contact position with the bill and the fixed vane When the car further rotates, the stationary impeller and the movable impeller are combined to rotate the movable impeller and the rotational phases of the stationary impeller and the movable impeller are deviated, and it may be considered as an all-round impeller. However, in such a case, a change in the rotational displacement between the fixed impeller and the movable impeller occurs due to the stacked state of the banknotes, and the fixed impeller follows the movable impeller with the biasing force of the spring. The car and the movable impeller can not secure 180 degrees of phase shift, and there is a state where there is no impeller, and there is a possibility that the impeller does not always go all around, so a moment occurs that the bill can not be hit. There is a case where a defect is induced when accumulating, for example, the succeeding bills collide with the preceding bills.
  Further, in the configuration, the rotational force of the fixed impeller fixed to the rotation shaft is transmitted to the movable impeller rotatable with respect to the rotation shaft by the biasing force of the spring, and the movable impeller is rotated following the fixed impeller. When the fixed impeller and the movable impeller are in contact with the flat contact member and the load is received, the rotation of the movable impeller is blocked while the fixed impeller passes through the contact position with the contact member, When the stationary impeller further rotates, the stationary impeller and the movable impeller are out of phase with each other as the stationary impeller brings the movable impeller together, and thus the rotating impeller becomes a full circumferential impeller. However, in such a case, a change occurs in the rotational displacement between the fixed impeller and the movable impeller due to the aged deterioration of the blade, the decrease in elasticity due to the deformation of the blade, and the decrease in the surface friction coefficient due to wear. At the same time, since the fixed impeller carries the movable impeller together with the biasing force of the spring, the fixed impeller and the movable impeller can not ensure a phase shift of 180 degrees, and a state in which some of the impellers do not exist may exist. There was a sex.
  Furthermore, by rotating the plurality of impellers, which are implanted so that the plurality of blades project radially at predetermined equal intervals, at mutually different rotational speeds, the plurality of impellers can be made as full circumferential impellers as possible It is also conceivable to make it function. However, in such a case, there has been a possibility that there is a state where there is no impeller.
  On the other hand, the automated teller machine 1 has the movable impeller 75 in which the blades 77 are implanted and the fixed impeller 81 in which the blades 83 are implanted so that the rotational phase is 180 degrees out of phase with each other. The contact portion 78 contacts the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 to rotate the fixed impeller 81 when it rotates 180 degrees. As a result, the automated teller machine 1 does not depend on the friction between the fixed impeller and the movable impeller such as the contact member and the accumulation height of the bills, and the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75 starts from the accumulation start state 180 After the rotation of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 abuts against the accumulation contact surface 84i of the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80, the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 are always made nonexistent with no impeller present. It can be made to function as an all-round impeller, and it is possible to suppress the occurrence of problems when accumulating.
  In addition, a first motor and a second motor are separately provided to independently rotate the plurality of impellers installed so that the plurality of blades project radially at predetermined equal intervals, and the first motor It is also conceivable to cause a plurality of impellers to function as an all-round impeller by rotating one impeller with another and then rotating the other impeller with the second motor. However, in such a case, two motors are required, and an encoder or the like for detecting the rotation angle of the first motor and the second motor is required to detect the phase of each of the plurality of impellers. Become complex, heavy and expensive.
  On the other hand, the automated teller machine 1 causes the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 to function as an all-round impeller using the driving force of only one motor. As a result, the automated teller machine 1 can simplify the configuration of the impeller mechanism 87 and can suppress the increase in weight and price.
  According to the above configuration, the bill storage 26 is provided with a bill storage portion 36 for storing bills as a medium, and a blade 77 supported on a part of the outer periphery pivotally supported by the rotating shaft 60, and striking the bills to store the bills. The movable impeller 75 accumulated in the portion 36, the motor 62 for rotating the movable impeller 75, the contact portion 78 rotating in synchronization with the movable impeller 75, and the outer periphery A fixed impeller 81 is partially provided with a blade 83, and beats a bill to be accumulated in the bill storage portion 36, and a limiter 84 rotates in synchronization with the fixed impeller 81. By abutting, the fixed impeller 81 is made to rotate following the movable impeller 75.
  As a result, the automated teller machine 1 can function the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 as a full-circumferential impeller at all times during accumulation operation using only one motor.
[2. Second embodiment]
[2-1. Configuration of banknote deposit and withdrawal machine]
As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the bill depositing / dispensing machine 110 of the automated teller machine 101 according to the second embodiment is compared to the bill depositing / dispensing machine 10 of the automated teller machine 1 according to the first embodiment. Although the bill storage 126 is different from the bill storage 26, the rest is configured in the same manner. As shown in FIG. 3, the bill storage 126 is different from the bill storage 26 in that the impeller mechanism 187 of the accumulation and delivery portion 186 is different from the impeller mechanism 87 of the accumulation and delivery portion 86, but the other is the same. It is configured.
[2-2. Configuration of impeller mechanism]
A motor 162 shown in FIG. 12 is attached to the storage case 32 (FIG. 3) to generate driving force clockwise and counterclockwise in left side view. A cylindrical motor gear 164 is attached to the output shaft of the motor 162 so as to rotate in accordance with the rotation of the motor 162. Incidentally, in FIG. 12, the reverse roller 58 and the fixed impellers 81LL and 81RR are not shown.
  As shown in FIG. 12, a gear 90 is rotatably provided behind the motor gear 164 so as to mesh with the motor gear 164. The counter shaft 69 is connected to the gear 90 via a not-shown one-way clutch that rotates the counter shaft 69 only in the accumulation rotation direction ri and restricts the rotation in the retraction rotation direction re. The gear 90 transmits the rotational force of the motor 162 in the accumulation rotational direction ri to the counter shaft 69 via the motor gear 164.
  The countershaft 69 extends in the left-right direction, and two idle gears 72L and 72R (hereinafter collectively referred to as the idle gear 72) are fixed. Thus, the idle gear 72 rotates with the rotation of the counter shaft 69.
  Above the idle gears 72L and 72R, movable impeller boss gears 74L and 74R are rotatably mounted on the rotation shaft 60 around the rotation shaft 60 so as to mesh with the idle gears 72L and 72R respectively. The rotating shaft 60, the movable impeller 75, and the fixed impeller 81 are configured in the same manner as the impeller mechanism 87 of the first embodiment, and thus the description thereof is omitted.
  At the rear of the gear 90, a transmission gear 92 is rotatably provided so as to mesh with the gear 90. At the rear of the transmission gear 92, a transmission gear 93 is rotatably provided so as to mesh with the transmission gear 92. Behind the transmission gear 93, a gear 94 is rotatably provided so as to mesh with the transmission gear 93. The counter shaft 95 is connected to the gear 94 via a one-way clutch that rotates the counter shaft 95 only in the accumulation rotation direction ri. The gear 94 transmits the rotational force of the motor 162 in the accumulation rotational direction ri to the counter shaft 95 via the motor gear 164, the gear 90, the transmission gear 92, the transmission gear 93 and the gear 94. Further, a torque limiter 170 is attached between the gear 94 and the counter shaft 95. The torque limiter 170 prevents the driving force from being transmitted from the gear 94 to the counter shaft 95 by causing the counter shaft 95 to idle when it is intended to transmit torque of a predetermined amount or more from the gear 94 to the counter shaft 95.
  The countershaft 95 extends in the left-right direction, and two idle gears 96L and 96R (hereinafter also collectively referred to as idle gears 96) are attached so as to mesh with the fixed impeller boss gears 80LR and 80RL, respectively. . The idle gear 96 is attached to the counter shaft 95 via a built-in one-way clutch, and the idle gear 96 idles in the accumulation rotation direction ri and is fixed without rotating in the retraction rotation direction re. As a result, the idle gear 96 rotates with the rotation of the counter shaft 95, and transmits the rotational force of the counter shaft 95 to the fixed impeller boss gear 80.
  Such motor 162, motor gear 164, counter shaft 69, idle gear 72, gear 90, transmission gear 92, transmission gear 93, gear 94, torque limiter 170, counter shaft 95, idle gear 96, movable impeller boss gear 74, movable The impeller 75, the fixed impeller boss gear 80, the fixed impeller 81, and the like constitute an impeller mechanism 187 that strikes the rear end portion of the bill BL sent out to the bill storage portion 36 downward. Further, bills are accumulated in the bill storage portion 36 through the opening 34 by the feed roller rotation shaft 52, the feed roller 54, the rotation shaft 60, the reverse roller 58, the impeller mechanism 187 and the like described above and the outside from the bill storage portion 36 An accumulation feeding unit 186 for feeding the bills is configured.
[2-3. Accumulation operation]
In such a configuration, when the stacking operation is performed, the bill storage 126 rotates the feed roller 54 in the stacking rotation direction ri based on the control of the control unit 12 as shown in FIG. 3A. At this time, the bill storage 126 drives the motor 162 to rotate the output shaft in the accumulation rotation direction ri, thereby interposing the motor gear 164, the counter shaft 69, the idle gear 72, and the movable impeller boss gear 74, as shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 13B, the movable impeller 75 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri as shown in FIG. 13B from the accumulation start state (retraction state) in which the abutment portion 78 abuts against the retraction abutment surface 84e of the limiter 84. . At this time, rotational force in the accumulation rotational direction ri is transmitted from the fixed impeller boss gear 80 to the idle gear 96, but the idle gear 96 idles with respect to the counter shaft 95. At this time, the rotational force of the motor 162 is transmitted to the gear 94 through the motor gear 164, the gear 90, the transmission gear 92, and the transmission gear 93, but not transmitted to the counter shaft 95 by the one-way clutch.
  When the movable impeller 75 rotates 180 degrees in the accumulation rotation direction ri from the accumulation start state, as shown in FIG. 13C, the abutment portion 78 abuts on the accumulation abutment surface 84i of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. At this time, as shown in FIG. 14, the blades 77 of the movable impeller 75 and the blades 83 of the fixed impeller 81 are 180 degrees out of alignment with each other, so that 360 around the rotation shaft 60 in side view. The blades are positioned over the entire circumference of the angle.
  When the movable impeller 75 further rotates in the accumulation rotation direction ri, the fixed impeller boss gear 80 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri as shown in FIG. 13 (D). Since the fixed impeller boss gear 80 is fixed to the rotation shaft 60, the rotation shaft 60 also rotates with the rotation of the fixed impeller boss gear 80, and the fixed impeller 81 also rotates. Thereafter, the movable impeller 75 continues to rotate during accumulation, and the abutment portion 78 continues to abut on the accumulation surface 84i of the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80, so 360 degrees around the rotation shaft 60 As shown in FIG. 15, the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 continue to rotate in synchronization with each other while maintaining the position of the blades over the entire circumference.
  As a result, the feed roller 54 and the reverse roller 58 sandwich the bill and send it out to the bill storage unit 36, and the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 lower the rear end portion of the bill sent out to the bill storage unit 36. Smash down towards In the bill, the front end portion collides with the bill stopper 47 to absorb the rearward momentum, and the bill falls on the stage 40 and is placed.
[2-4. Evacuation operation]
When the accumulation operation is completed and the impeller retraction operation is performed, the bill storage 126 first rotates the movable impeller 75 in the accumulation rotation direction ri and moves it to the retraction position, as shown in FIG. 13 (E) and FIG. The motor 162 is stopped. Subsequently, the bill storage 126 rotates the output shaft of the motor 162 in the retracting rotational direction re, thereby interposing the motor gear 164, the gear 90, the transmission gear 92, the transmission gear 93, the gear 94, the countershaft 95, and the idle gear 96. From the retraction start state shown in FIG. 13 (E), the fixed impeller 81 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri toward the retraction position as shown in FIG. 13 (F).
  When the fixed impeller 81 rotates 180 degrees in the accumulation rotation direction ri from the retraction start state, the retraction contact surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 abuts on the abutment portion 78 of the movable impeller 75, as shown in FIG. And in the retracted state shown in FIG.
  At this time, when the idle gear 96 is stopped at the retracted position where the abutting surface 84 e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 abuts on the abutting portion 78 of the movable impeller 75, the idle gear 96 is moved to the fixed impeller 81. On the other hand, although it is attempted to apply a force to rotate in the accumulation rotation direction ri, the torque limiter 170 causes the counter shaft 95 to idle, whereby the transmission of the driving force from the motor 162 to the idle gear 96 is interrupted. As a result, the fixed impeller 81 stops at the retracted position where the abutting surface 84 e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 abuts on the abutting portion 78 of the movable impeller 75. As described above, the bill storage 126 retracts the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 so that the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 do not protrude into the conveyance path 44 and prevent the conveyance at the time of delivery. Moreover, the banknote storage 126 can prevent the failure | damage of the contact part 78 and the limiter 84 by the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller 81 continuing applying a force to the contact part 78 of the movable impeller 75. FIG.
[2-5. Feeding operation]
On the other hand, when performing the feeding operation, as shown in FIG. 3B, the bill storage 126 feeds the feed roller 54 while keeping the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 in the retracted state under the control of the control unit 12 While rotating in the rotational direction ro, the stage 40 is raised to bring the uppermost banknote into contact with the picker roller 48. The picker roller 48 rotates with the feed roller 54 in the feeding rotational direction ro, and feeds the bill to the opening 34. At this time, the reverse roller 58 and the rotating shaft 60 do not rotate counterclockwise in the drawing. As a result, the feed roller 54 and the reverse roller 58 hold the bill on the lower side of the uppermost bill by the reverse roller 58 while holding the bill, and only the uppermost bill is conveyed to the transport path 44 by the feed roller 54. Send out, take out to the outside.
  Also at this time, similarly to the retraction operation, the retraction contact surface 84e of the fixed impeller boss gear 80 abuts on the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75, and the counter shaft 95 idles to move from the motor 162 to the fixed impeller 81 By interrupting the transmission of the driving force, the retracted position of the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 is maintained. As described above, the bill storage 126 performs the separation operation while keeping the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 in the retracted state.
[2-6. effect]
When the impeller mechanism 87 according to the first embodiment performs the retraction operation, the accumulation is stored in the bill storage portion 36 in order to rotate the movable impeller 75 in the retraction rotation direction re in the same direction as the feeding rotation direction ro. When the blade 77 abuts on the bill, the bill may be scraped up to cause accumulation failure.
  On the other hand, the automated teller machine 101 according to the second embodiment performs the retraction operation, the transmission gear 92, the transmission gear 93, the gear 94, the countershaft 95, and the driving force transmission path different from the accumulation operation. The driving force is transmitted from the motor 162 to the fixed impeller 81 via the idle gear 96 so that the fixed impeller 81 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri. As a result, even if the fixed impeller 81 abuts on the accumulated bills, the automated teller machine 101 can prevent the bills from being scraped up and prevent accumulation defects.
  Further, the automatic teller machine 101 can prevent scraping of the accumulated banknotes by adding only a few gears, shafts, etc. without adding a motor to the impeller mechanism 87 of the automatic teller machine 1 Can prevent the configuration from becoming complicated and large.
  In addition, the impeller mechanism 187 according to the second embodiment has substantially the same function and effect as the impeller mechanism 87 according to the first embodiment.
[3. Other embodiments]
In the embodiment described above, the rotational force is transmitted from the movable impeller 75 to the fixed impeller 81 by directly contacting the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75 with the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. The case where the fixed impeller 81 is rotated in the accumulation rotation direction ri has been described.
  The present invention is not limited to this, and a predetermined rotary shaft limiter is fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the rotary shaft 60, and the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75 does not contact the limiter 84 of the fixed impeller boss gear 80. The fixed impeller 81 fixed to the rotating shaft 60 may be rotated by contacting the rotating shaft limiter. Further, for example, when the distance between the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81 is separated, a rotational force transmitting member rotatable relative to the rotation shaft 60 is disposed between the movable impeller 75 and the fixed impeller 81. The fixed impeller 81 is mounted by being attached to the rotary shaft 60, the contact portion 78 of the movable impeller 75 abuts against the rotational force transmission member, and the rotational force transmission member abuts against the limiter 84 of the stationary impeller boss gear 80. You may rotate it. Furthermore, for example, in the case of the first embodiment, a contact portion that rotates in synchronization with the gear 68 is formed on the left side surface of the gear 68, and a rotation shaft limiter is fixed to the outer peripheral surface of the rotation shaft 60 The stationary impeller 81 may be rotated by the abutment portion abutting on the rotation shaft limiter. The point is that the contact portion formed to rotate in synchronization with the movable impeller 75 contacts the limiter formed to rotate in synchronization with the fixed impeller 81. Various rotational force transmission methods may be used in which the fixed impeller 81 is rotated 180 degrees out of phase.
  Further, the movable impeller 75 is fixed to the rotating shaft 60 to be a first impeller, and the fixed impeller 81 is rotatably attached to the rotating shaft 60 to be a second impeller, and is engaged with the idle gear 72 to provide a driving force. The contact portion formed on the first impeller transmitted may contact the limiter formed on the second impeller to rotate the second impeller.
  In the embodiment described above, the contact portion 78 which is a fan-shaped projection projecting from the movable impeller 75 toward the fixed impeller boss gear 80 is directed from the fixed impeller boss gear 80 toward the movable impeller 75 There has been described the case where the rotational force is transmitted from the movable impeller 75 to the fixed impeller 81 by directly contacting the limiter 84 which is a projecting arc-shaped protrusion. The present invention is not limited to this. For example, the fixed impeller boss gear 80 may be formed with an arc-shaped groove portion in which the contact portion 78 enters and slides. The point is that the rotational force of the movable impeller 75 can be directly transmitted to the fixed impeller 81 without passing through the biasing member or the like.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the movable impeller 75 has blades 77 projecting radially four at an equal interval of 45 degrees in a predetermined angle range of 180 degrees or less, and the fixed impeller 81 is 180 degrees. The case has been described in which the movable impeller 75 and the vanes 83 radially projecting four pieces at a rotational angle of 180 degrees at equal intervals of 45 degrees in the following predetermined angular range are described. The present invention is not limited thereto. For example, a first movable impeller having three radially projecting vanes at an equal interval of 45 degrees in an angle range of 120 degrees and an equal interval of 45 degrees in an angle range of 120 degrees And a second movable impeller having three radially projecting vanes that are offset by 120 degrees from the first movable impeller at a rotational angle of 120 degrees, and second movable impellers at an equal interval of 45 degrees in an angular range of 120 degrees. And a fixed impeller having three radially projecting vanes whose rotational angles are shifted by 120 degrees, and the contact portion of the first movable impeller is the first when the first movable impeller rotates 120 degrees. The second movable impeller is rotated by coming into contact with the limiter of the second movable impeller, and when the second movable impeller rotates 120 degrees, the contact portion of the second movable impeller is the limiter of the fixed impeller. And the fixed impeller may be rotated. The point is that a plurality of impellers having an arbitrary number of vanes at arbitrary angular intervals have a rotational force due to the abutment part formed on one impeller coming into contact with the limiter formed on the other impeller. It may be transmitted and function as an impeller around the entire circumference.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the case where the fixed impeller 81 and the fixed impeller boss gear 80 are fixed to the rotation shaft 60 has been described. The present invention is not limited to this, and the fixed impeller 81 and the fixed impeller boss gear 80 may be rotatably attached to the rotation shaft 60. However, when the fixed impeller 81 and the fixed impeller boss gear 80 are fixed to the rotary shaft 60, the rotational force of the motor 62 or 162 is transmitted to the rotary shaft 60, and the reverse roller attached to the rotary shaft 60. 58 can be rotated.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the case where the present invention is applied to the bill storage 26 or 126 has been described. The present invention is not limited to this, and the present invention may be applied to various devices such as a forgotten storage 22, a reject storage 28, a temporary storage unit 20, a lost note storage, a replenishment collection cassette, and the like. The point is that there is an opening formed by integrating a hole for accumulating the banknote from the outside and a hole for feeding the banknote from the storage to the outside with respect to the storage unit for accumulating the banknotes so that the paper surfaces are adjacent to each other. It is sufficient that the bill be knocked off using an impeller at the time of accumulation at the opening, and the impeller be retracted at the time of feeding.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the present invention is applied to the two movable impellers 75L and 75R provided along the transport width direction and the four fixed impellers 81LL, 81LR, 81RL and 81RR. I mentioned the case. The present invention is not limited to this, and the present invention may be applied to one or more arbitrary number of provided movable impellers and fixed impellers.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the case where the present invention is applied to the automated teller machine 1 or 101 that trades banknotes has been described. The present invention is not limited to this, and may be applied to various devices that handle thin paper-like media such as, for example, bonds, certificates, gift certificates, cash vouchers, admission tickets, and the like. Further, for example, it is configured by a combination of a plurality of types of devices that perform various processes related to the transaction of bills and coins, such as a bill depositing / dispensing machine for inserting and removing bills and a sealed small bundle payment machine for sealing bills every predetermined number of sheets. The present invention may be applied to a cash processing apparatus.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, although the case where the present invention is applied to the automated teller machine 1 or 101 for performing deposit and withdrawal transactions has been described, an apparatus for performing only either of the deposit and withdrawal transactions The present invention may be applied to
  Further, in the embodiment described above, the bill storage portion 36 as the medium storage portion, the movable impeller 75 as the first impeller, the motor 62 or 162 as the drive source, and the contact as the contact portion The case where the bill storage case 26 or 126 as the medium stacking device is configured by the portion 78, the fixed impeller 81 as the second impeller, and the limiter 84 as the limiter has been described. The present invention is not limited to this, and a medium storage device is provided by a medium storage unit having various other configurations, a first impeller, a drive source, a contact portion, a second impeller, and a limiter. You may configure.
  Furthermore, in the embodiment described above, the customer service unit 3 as the customer service unit, the bill storage unit 36 as the medium storage unit, the movable impeller 75 as the first impeller, and the motor 62 or 162 as the drive source. In the case where the automated teller machine 1 or 101 as a medium transaction device is configured by the contact portion 78 as the contact portion, the fixed impeller 81 as the second impeller, and the limiter 84 as the limiter Said about. The present invention is not limited to this, but includes a customer service unit having various other configurations, a medium storage unit, a first impeller, a drive source, a contact unit, a second impeller, and a limiter. The medium transaction apparatus may be configured.
  The present invention can also be used in various devices for accumulating paper-like media such as transported banknotes.
  1, 101 ...... Automatic cash transaction apparatus, 2 ...... Housing, 3 ...... Customer service department, 4 カ ー ド Card entry and exit, 5 入 Cash slot, 6 ...... Operation display section, 7 ...... Numeric keypad, 8 ... ... Receipt issue port, 9 ... main control unit, 10 ... banknote deposit and withdrawal machine, 12 ... control unit, 14 ... storage unit, 16 ... banknote deposit and withdrawal unit, 18 ... discrimination unit, 20 ... temporary Holding section, 22: Forgotten storage, 24: Transporting section, 26: Banknote storage, 28: Reject storage, 30: Storage section, 32: Storage case, 34: Opening, 36 ... .................................... Bank note detection sensor, 47 ... Bill stopper, 48 ... Picker roller, 50 ... Picker arm, 52 ... Feed Roller rotation shaft, 54: Feed roller, 55: Feed roller groove, 56: Drive Lute, 58: reverse roller, 60, 160: rotation shaft, 61: reverse roller meshing portion, 62, 162: motor, 64, 164: motor gear, 66: drive gear, 68: gear, 69 ...... Countershaft, 70, 170 ...... Torque limiter, 72 ...... Idle gear, 74 ...... Movable impeller boss gear, 75 ...... Movable impeller, 76 ...... Main body, 77 ...... Blade, 78 ...... Contact Part 80: fixed impeller boss gear 81: fixed impeller 82: main body 83: blade 84: limiter 84i: contact surface for accumulation 84e: contact surface for retraction , 86, 186: integrated feeding unit, 87, 187: impeller mechanism, 90, 94: gear, 92, 93: transmission gear, 95: counter shaft, 96: idle gear, ri: integrated Rotation direction, ro ... feeding rotation direction, re ...... evacuation direction of rotation, BL ...... bill.

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  1. A media storage unit for storing media;
    A first impeller provided with a first blade on a part of an outer periphery of the first shaft, the first blade striking the medium and accumulating the medium in the medium storage unit;
    A drive source for rotating the first impeller;
    An abutment portion that rotates in synchronization with the first impeller;
    A second impeller provided coaxially with the rotation shaft and provided with a second blade on a part of the outer periphery, and striking the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage portion;
    A limiter that rotates in synchronization with the second impeller;
    When the abutment portion abuts on the limiter, the second impeller rotates following the first impeller ,
    The first impeller retracts the second blade from the transport path of the medium to the retracted position and stops when the retraction operation is performed before the medium is discharged from the medium storage unit. Feeding rotation in the direction opposite to the stacking rotation direction in the stacking operation for stacking the medium from the outside onto the medium storage unit while maintaining the position of the second impeller located at the retracted position. A media storage device that rotates in a direction and retracts from the transport path to a retraction position .
  2. When the accumulation operation is performed, the first impeller rotates in the accumulation rotation direction, and the second impeller is caused to abut the contact portion on the end surface of the limiter on the delivery rotation direction side. Rotate and
    When the retraction operation is performed, the first impeller receives the driving force from the driving source via the same driving force transmission path as the accumulation operation and rotates in the feeding rotation direction, and the accumulation of the limiter is performed. medium stacking apparatus of claim 1, stopping at the the end face of the rotational direction and the abutment portion is abutted position.
  3. A media storage unit for storing media;
    A first impeller provided with a first blade on a part of an outer periphery of the first shaft, the first blade striking the medium and accumulating the medium in the medium storage unit;
    A second impeller provided coaxially with the rotation shaft and provided with a second blade on a part of the outer periphery, and striking the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage portion;
    A drive source for rotating the first impeller;
    A fan-shaped projection projecting from the first impeller toward the second impeller, the contact portion rotating in synchronization with the first impeller;
    An arc-shaped projection projecting from the second impeller toward the first impeller, the limiter rotating in synchronization with the second impeller;
    Have
    When the abutment portion abuts on the limiter, the second impeller rotates following the first impeller,
    When performing an accumulation operation for accumulating the medium from the outside into the medium storage unit, the first impeller rotates in the accumulation rotation direction at the time of performing the accumulation operation, and is opposite to the accumulation rotation direction of the limiter. The second impeller is rotated by bringing the contact portion into contact with the end surface on the delivery rotation direction side of the second direction,
    When the retraction operation is performed before the feeding operation of feeding the medium from the medium storage unit to the outside, the first impeller retracts the first blade from the conveyance path of the medium to the retraction position and stops. The second impeller transmits the driving force from the driving source via a driving force transmission path different from the accumulation operation while maintaining the position of the first impeller located at the retracted position. And rotates in the accumulation rotation direction, and stops at a position where the limiter abuts on the end surface of the contact portion on the feeding rotation direction side, thereby retracting from the conveyance path to the retraction position
    Media aggregator.
  4. A media storage unit for storing media;
    A first impeller provided with a first blade on a part of an outer periphery of the first shaft, the first blade striking the medium and accumulating the medium in the medium storage unit;
    A drive source for rotating the first impeller;
    An abutment portion that rotates in synchronization with the first impeller;
    A second impeller fixed coaxially with the rotation shaft and provided with a second blade on a part of the outer periphery, and striking the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage unit;
    A limiter that rotates in synchronization with the second impeller and
    Have
    When the contact portion contacts the limiter, the second impeller rotates following the first impeller.
    Media aggregator.
  5. The medium storage device according to claim 4 , wherein the limiter is fixed to the rotation shaft.
  6. The medium is held between the feed rollers facing each other in the accumulation operation and rotated in the accumulation rotation direction on the rotation shaft to feed the medium to the medium storage unit, while the accumulation rotation direction in the delivery operation 5. A medium collecting apparatus according to claim 4 , wherein a reverse roller for holding the medium lower than the topmost medium is fixed by not rotating in the reverse feeding rotation direction.
  7. A customer service department that accepts transactions related to the medium,
    A medium accommodating portion for accommodating the medium,
    A first impeller provided with a first blade on a part of an outer periphery of the first shaft, the first blade striking the medium and accumulating the medium in the medium storage unit;
    A drive source for rotating the first impeller;
    An abutment portion that rotates in synchronization with the first impeller;
    A second impeller fixed coaxially with the rotation shaft and provided with a second blade on a part of the outer periphery, and striking the medium to be accumulated in the medium storage unit;
    A limiter that rotates in synchronization with the second impeller;
    The medium dealing device according to which the 2nd impeller rotates according to the 1st impeller, when the contact part contacts the limiter.
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