JP6567880B2 - Lid opening / closing device - Google Patents

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JP6567880B2
JP6567880B2 JP2015109915A JP2015109915A JP6567880B2 JP 6567880 B2 JP6567880 B2 JP 6567880B2 JP 2015109915 A JP2015109915 A JP 2015109915A JP 2015109915 A JP2015109915 A JP 2015109915A JP 6567880 B2 JP6567880 B2 JP 6567880B2
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  The present invention relates to a lid opening / closing device.

  Conventionally, for example, an axial push rod is disposed on the back surface of a lid (lid) provided in an opening of a vehicle such as an automobile, and the push rod is moved forward and backward between an axial protruding position and a pushing position. Thus, there is known a lid opening / closing device that can switch between an open state and a closed state of the lid (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

  The lid opening / closing device described in Patent Document 1 includes a fixing pin fixed to a case, a push rod having an inclined groove formed on an outer peripheral surface on which the fixing pin slides, and an urging force that pushes the push rod toward the protruding position. A rotating member supported at one end by a holding shaft formed on the outer peripheral surface of the push rod and rotatably supported about a rotating shaft orthogonal to the axial direction of the push rod; And a guide member having a guide groove that slides on a slide pin formed at the end and guides the slide contact pin so as to be able to go around in one direction.

  The guide groove of the guide member has first and second locking groove portions that are locked by the sliding contact pins of the rotating arm. The first and second locking groove portions are formed at locations corresponding to the positions of the sliding contact pins when the push rod is in the pushing position and the projecting position, and for holding the push rod in the pushing position and the projecting position. It is formed as a holding part.

  The push rod has an engagement portion that engages with an engagement hole formed on the back surface of the lid at the tip portion, and the engagement portion rotates integrally with the rotation of the push rod. Based on the relative posture of the engaging portion rotating integrally with the push rod with respect to the engaging hole, the engaging state where the engaging portion is engaged with the engaging hole of the lid and the non-engaging state where the engaging state is released. It is comprised so that a combined state may be switched.

  When the push rod is pushed into the lid against the urging force of the urging member and moves from the protruding position to the pushed position as the lid is closed, the fixing pin slides in the inclined groove of the push rod, and the push rod Rotates with axial movement. By this rotation, the engaging portion of the push rod is engaged with the engaging hole of the lid, and the lid is closed. At this time, as the push rod moves in the axial direction, the rotary arm also rotates, and the slide pin of the rotary arm is locked in the first locking groove, so that the push rod is held in the pushing position. Become.

  On the other hand, if the lid is further pushed into the lid when the lid is closed, the sliding contact pin of the rotating arm is detached from the first locking groove, and the rotating arm rotates and is pushed by the biasing force of the biasing member. The rod rotates with the axial movement from the pushing position to the protruding position. By this rotation, the engagement of the engagement portion of the push rod is released from the engagement with the engagement hole of the lid, and the lid is pushed in the opening direction by the axial movement of the push rod. Open state. In this state, the push rod is held at the protruding position by the sliding contact pin of the rotating arm being locked to the second locking groove portion in the guide groove of the guide member.

International Publication No. 2008/059543

  However, in the lid opening / closing device described in Patent Document 1, the sliding contact pin of the rotary arm is turned around in the guide groove in accordance with the forward / backward movement of the push rod, so the first and second locking groove portions are provided in the guide groove. The first and second sliding portions that slide between the first and second sliding grooves and the first and second locking groove portions and the first and second sliding portions need to be formed. Therefore, the shape of the guide groove is complicated, which may cause malfunction.

  Therefore, an object of the present invention is to provide a lid opening and closing device that can improve operability by adopting a simple configuration.

In order to solve the above-described problems, the present invention provides a push-in position in which a shaft-like push rod disposed on the back side of a lid provided in an opening of a vehicle is pushed in by pushing into the lid, and protrudes from the push-in position. A lid opening / closing device that is capable of switching between an open state and a closed state of the lid by moving forward and backward in the axial direction between the projecting positions, and formed on an outer surface of the push rod in the axial direction. A fixing pin disposed so as to slide in an inclined groove extending in an inclined manner , a locking member for locking a locked portion formed in the push rod at the pushing position of the push rod, an elastic member engaging member to generate an elastic force for maintaining the engaged state of said locking the engaged portion of said push rod, a motor for driving the locking member against the elastic force of the elastic member , Wherein the push rod is held in the projecting position by the fixing pin the axial engaging a locking groove formed in a position farthest from the lid of the inclined groove, the locking A member is held in the pushing position by locking the locked portion of the push rod, and the inclined groove slides by reciprocating the fixing pin in the vertical direction in the axial direction. Provided is a lid opening / closing device that is configured to move, wherein the locking member locks the locked portion by the elastic force, and the locked state is released by driving of the motor .

  According to the lid opening and closing apparatus according to the present invention, the operability can be improved by adopting a simple configuration.

It is a perspective view which shows the fuel supply part of a vehicle with which the lid opening / closing apparatus which concerns on this Embodiment was used, and its peripheral part. It is a disassembled perspective view of the lid opening / closing apparatus which concerns on this Embodiment. The structural example of a push rod is shown, (a) is a top view, (b) is a front view, (c) is a right side view, (d) is a bottom view. It is the sectional view on the AA line in FIG.3 (c). The structural example of a locking member is shown, (a) is a top view, (b) is a front view. (A)-(c) is a perspective view of a push rod, a motor, a locking member, and a fixing pin shown in order to explain operation of a lid opening and closing device.

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The configuration and operation of the lid opening / closing device according to the embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.

  FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a lid and a fuel supply unit that are opened and closed by a lid opening and closing device according to the present embodiment. In the present embodiment, a case will be described in which the lid opening / closing device is used as an opening / closing device for a fuel lid provided in an opening formed in a fuel supply portion in a vehicle such as an automobile.

  The lid 92 is attached to the opening 90a of the vehicle body 90 through a hinge 93 so as to be openable and closable, and opens and closes a fuel supply unit 91 provided inside the opening 90a. The lid opening / closing device 100 has a shaft-like push rod 1, and advances and retreats between a pushing position A where the push rod 1 is pushed by a pushing operation into the lid 92 and a protruding position B protruding from the pushing position A. By moving the lid 92, the lid 92 can be switched between an open state and a closed state. In FIG. 1, the push rod 1 at the pushing position A is indicated by a virtual line (two-dot chain line), the push rod 1 at the protruding position B is indicated by a solid line, and the case 2 that accommodates the push rod 1 is indicated by a dotted line. .

  On the inner surface of the lid 92 (the surface facing the fuel supply portion 91 in the closed state), an engagement hole in which a substantially rectangular engagement portion 12 formed at the distal end portion of the push rod 1 engages on the free end side. 92a is formed. The engagement hole 92a has a substantially rectangular shape that is slightly larger than the engagement portion 12, and has a dimension that can accommodate the engagement portion 12 of the push rod 1.

  The lid opening / closing device 100 together with the case 2 that houses the push rod 1 in the vehicle body 90 so that a part of the push rod 1 protrudes outward at a position facing the engagement hole 92a when the lid 92 is closed. It has been incorporated.

  As described above, the push rod 1 of the lid opening / closing device 100 can move forward and backward between the push-in position A and the protruding position B, and is configured to rotate in a predetermined direction along with the forward / backward movement. . Details of configurations and operations of the lid opening / closing device 100 and the push rod 1 will be described later.

  When the lid 92 is closed, the push rod 1 moves in the axial direction from the protruding position B to the pushed position A as the lid 92 is pushed in, and the engagement of the push rod 1 according to the rotation accompanying the axial movement. The joining portion 12 engages with the engagement hole 92 a of the lid 92. As a result, the lid 92 is closed.

  When the lid is opened, by operating the lid opening / closing device 100, the push rod 1 moves in the axial direction from the pushing position A to the protruding position B, and the lid 92 is pushed out in the opening direction by the push lot 1, and the shaft The engagement state in which the engagement portion 12 of the push rod 1 is engaged with the engagement hole 92a of the lid 92 is released according to the rotation accompanying the direction movement. As a result, the lid 92 is opened.

(Lid opening and closing device 100)
FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view showing the configuration of the lid opening / closing device 100.

  The lid opening / closing device 100 includes the push rod 1 described above, a case 2 that supports the push rod 1 so as to be movable in the axial direction, a coil spring 10 that urges the push rod 1 from the pushing position A to the protruding position B, A fixing pin 3 fixed to the case 2, a motor 4 accommodated in the case 2, a locking member 6 that rotates in mesh with a rotating gear 5 that rotates integrally with the output shaft 40 of the motor, and a locking member 6 A torsion spring 7 that biases in a predetermined direction and a cover 8 that covers the opening 2a of the case 2 are provided.

  The push rod 1 is a resin member made of, for example, 6 nylon, and includes a shaft portion 11 supported by a cylindrical portion 21 of the case 2 to be described later, an engagement portion 12 that engages with an engagement hole 92a of the lid 92, The neck portion 14 is formed to have a smaller diameter than the shaft portion 11 and extends between the shaft portion 11 and the engaging portion 12, and the protruding portion 13 slightly protruding from the upper surface of the engaging portion 12 is integrally provided. . The protruding portion 13 is formed as a pressing portion that presses the lid 92 when the push rod 1 moves from the pressing position A to the protruding position B.

  On the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 of the push rod 1, a recessed groove 15 as a locked portion to be locked by the locking member 6 and an inclined groove 16 that is inclined and extended in the axial direction are formed. The concave groove 15 is a groove formed by cutting a part of the axial portion 11 in the axial direction along the circumferential direction, and is located on the upper side of the inclined groove 16.

  The case 2 has a substantially rectangular housing part 20 that houses the above-described components, and a cylindrical part 21 that supports the push rod 1 so as to be movable in the axial direction. The cylindrical portion 21 has an insertion hole 21 a through which the push rod 1 is inserted, and the inner diameter thereof is slightly larger than the outer diameter of the push rod 1.

  The accommodating portion 20 includes a first accommodating chamber 20a that accommodates the motor 4, and a second accommodating chamber 20b that communicates with the first accommodating chamber 20a and accommodates a locking member 6 described later. In the case 2, the rotating gear 5 and the locking member 6 are accommodated in a state where they are always meshed.

  The coil spring 10 is accommodated in an accommodation hole 11 a (see FIG. 3D described later) provided on the inner surface side of the push rod 1, one end abuts against the bottom surface 22 of the case 2, and the other end of the push rod 1. In contact with the upper bottom surface 11b (see FIG. 3 (d)) of the accommodation hole 11a and compressed in the axial direction. Thereby, the push rod 1 is always urged in the direction from the pushing position A to the protruding position B.

  The fixing pin 3 is a member composed of a shaft portion 30 and a head portion 31, and the shaft portion 30 is provided inside the housing portion 20 in the case 2 and is inserted into a cylindrical portion (not shown) communicating with the cylindrical portion 21. The tip end portion is slidably supported by the inclined groove 16 of the push rod 1. Further, the head portion 31 of the fixing pin 3 comes into contact with a receiving portion (not shown) protruding from the back surface of the cover 8 and its axial movement is restricted. Accordingly, the fixing pin 3 is disposed in the case 2 so as not to move relative to the push rod 1.

  The motor 4 is controlled by a control device (not shown) via the terminal portion 81 of the cover 8 and is configured to be driven in conjunction with, for example, an open operation on a lid opener or the like provided in the vehicle interior. The rotation gear 5 is inserted through the output shaft 40 of the motor 4, and the rotation gear 5 also rotates as the output shaft 40 of the motor 4 rotates. In the present embodiment, when the open operation by the lid opener described above is performed, the output shaft 40 rotates in the clockwise direction (arrow X direction) when the motor 4 is looked down from above along the axis O. Thus, the motor 4 is controlled. The direction along the axis O of the motor 4 is parallel to the axial direction of the push rod 1.

  The locking member 6 is a synthetic resin member, and for example, polyacetal is suitably used. The locking member 6 includes a fan part 60 formed in a substantially fan-shaped plate shape, a meshing part 61 formed on one end side of the fan part 60 and meshing with the rotating gear 5, and the other end side of the fan part 60. And a cylindrical rotation shaft portion 62 that forms the rotation center axis P.

  The locking member 6 is fixed in the axial direction of the push rod 1 in the housing portion 20 of the case 2, and is supported so as to be rotatable about the rotation center axis P of the rotation shaft portion 62. A rotation center axis P of the rotation shaft portion 62 is parallel to the axial direction of the push rod 1.

  The fan part 60 is formed with a locking hole 60a for locking the one end 7a of the torsion spring 7. As described above, one end of the torsion spring 7 is locked in the locking hole 60 a of the fan part 60 in the locking member 6, and the other end 7 b is in contact with the inner surface of the case 2. As a result, the torsion spring 7 applies an elastic force in the clockwise direction (arrow Y direction) to the locking member 6 when the locking member 6 is looked down from above along the rotation center axis P. That is, the locking member 6 is arranged so that the fan 60 is always in contact with the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 of the push rod 1 under the elastic force of the torsion spring 7.

  The cover 8 has a support portion 80 that protrudes from the back surface thereof (the surface that faces the case 2) and rotatably supports the rotation shaft portion 62 of the locking member 6. The cover 8 has a terminal portion 81 for supplying electric power to the motor 4. The terminal unit 81 houses a power terminal, a control signal terminal, and the like to which a control device (not shown) is electrically connected.

  When assembling the lid opening / closing device 100, first, the push rod 1 and the coil spring 10 are arranged on the outer side (upper side) of the case 2, and then the push rod 1 and the coil spring 10 are inserted through the cylindrical portion 21 of the case 2. 21a is inserted. Then, the fixing pin 3 is accommodated in the case 2, and the tip of the shaft portion 30 is disposed in the inclined groove 16 of the push rod 1. Thereafter, the motor 4 to which the rotation gear 5 is attached in advance is accommodated in the first accommodation chamber 20a of the case 2, and the locking member 6 to which the torsion spring 7 is attached in advance is connected from the opening 2a side of the case 2 to the second accommodation chamber 20b. To house. Finally, the cover 8 covers the opening 2 a of the case 2. Thereby, the lid opening / closing device 100 is assembled.

  FIG. 3 shows a configuration example of the push rod 1, (a) is a top view, (b) is a front view, (c) is a right side view, and (d) is a bottom view. In addition, in FIG.3 (b), the axial part 30 of the fixing pin 3 is shown with the dashed-two dotted line. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG.

  The push rod 1 is formed with a bottomed cylindrical shaft portion 11 that opens to the bottom surface 22 side of the case 2, an engagement portion 12 that engages with an engagement hole 92 a of the lid 92, and a smaller diameter than the shaft portion 11. A neck portion 13 interposed between the shaft portion 11 and the engaging portion 12 is integrally provided.

  As shown in FIGS. 3B and 3C, the inclined groove 16 has a linear portion 160 formed in a linear shape and an extended inclined portion 161 inclined with respect to the axial direction. As shown in FIG. 4, the inclined groove 16 has a function of a guide groove for guiding the axial movement of the push rod 1 and applying a rotational force by sliding with the fixing pin 3. . Further, the end of the inclined portion 161 that is farthest from the lid 92 (FIG. 1) in the axial direction is formed as a locking groove 161a that the fixing pin 3 locks to hold the push rod 1 at the protruding position B. It is formed as a holding groove.

  As shown to Fig.3 (a), the engaging part 12 of the push rod 1 is plate shape which has predetermined | prescribed thickness in an axial direction, and the cross section seen from the upper surface is substantially rectangular shape. As shown in FIGS. 3A and 3B, the engaging portion 12 has a distance L (maximum length in the longitudinal direction) that connects the intermediate points M of the pair of arcuate short sides 12a in a straight line. The distance) is set larger than the outer diameter D of the shaft portion 11 (L> D).

  With this dimensional configuration, the engagement strength between the engagement hole 92a of the lid 92 and the engagement portion 12 of the push rod 1 in the closed state of the lid 92 is increased. More specifically, for example, when the push rod 1 is assembled, if there is a restriction that the push rod 1 must be inserted from the inside of the cylindrical portion 21 of the case 2, the engaging portion 12 is connected to the push rod 1. Since it cannot be set larger than the outer diameter of the shaft portion 11, this is a limitation in setting the engagement allowance between the engagement portion 12 and the engagement hole 92 a of the lid 92. According to the embodiment, since there is no restriction as described above, the engagement allowance can be set sufficiently. Note that the dimensional relationship (L> D) between the outer diameter D of the shaft portion 11 and the distance L in the engaging portion 12 is not necessarily limited to this, and the distance L in the engaging portion 12 is related. Any size is acceptable as long as the joint portion 12 can engage with the engagement hole 92 a of the lid 92. That is, the distance L in the engaging portion 12 may be equal to or smaller than the outer diameter D of the shaft portion 11 (L ≦ D).

  As shown in FIG. 3 (b), the groove 15 is formed on the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 at a position facing the cover 8 (shown in FIG. 2) at the pushing position A of the push rod 1, and in the radial direction. It is recessed toward the inside. The concave groove 15 is formed in a slope shape in which the depth of the groove gradually increases from the straight portion 160 in the circumferential inclined groove 16 toward the locking groove 161a side (left side in FIG. 3C). . Thereby, when the push rod 1 moves from the protruding position B to the pushed position A, the locking member 6 smoothly enters the concave groove 15.

  5A and 5B show the configuration of the locking member 6, wherein FIG. 5A is a plan view and FIG. 5B is a front view. In FIG.5 (b), it shows with a dashed-two dotted line about a part of case 2 in which the latching member 6 is accommodated.

  As shown in FIG. 5A, a plurality of meshing teeth 61 a that mesh with the gear teeth of the rotating gear 5 (shown in FIG. 2) are formed on the outer peripheral surface of the meshing portion 61 of the locking member 6. Further, the fan portion 60 of the locking member 6 is formed with a protrusion 60c protruding in the thickness direction. In the present embodiment, two protrusions 60 c are formed on the front surface and the back surface of the fan part 60. These projections 60c are in sliding contact with the inner surface of the second storage chamber 20b of the case 2 so that rattling when the locking member 6 rotates with respect to the case 2 is suppressed.

  The side surface of the locking member 6 that faces the case 2 (shown in FIG. 2) side of the fan portion 60 is formed as a sliding surface 60 b that slides with the push rod 1. The sliding surface 60 b is formed in an arc shape having a predetermined curvature so as to follow the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 of the push rod 1.

  A torsion spring 7 is attached to the rotating shaft portion 62. Further, an operation lever portion 63 that is manually operated in an emergency such as the motor 4 not operating is provided at the lower end portion of the rotary shaft portion 62. The distal end of the operation lever portion 63 is disposed so as to be exposed to the outside of the case 2 and is configured to be remotely operated from the inside of the vehicle via an unillustrated cable or the like.

  As described above, according to the configuration described in FIGS. 1 to 5, the lid opening / closing device 100 operates as follows. This operation will be described with reference to FIG. 6 is a perspective view of the push rod 1, the fixing pin 3, the motor 4, and the locking member 6 during the operation of the lid opening / closing device 100. FIG. 6A is a state where the push rod 1 is in the protruding position B. FIG. ) Is a state where the push rod 1 is pushed into the pushing position A, and (c) is a state where the locking member 6 is locked to the push rod 1. In FIG. 6, the coil spring 10 is not shown.

  As shown in FIG. 6A, when the push rod 1 is at the protruding position B, the shaft portion 30 of the fixing pin 3 is engaged with the locking groove portion 161 a in the inclined groove 16 of the push rod 1 by the urging force of the coil spring 10. The state locked to is maintained. Thereby, the push rod 1 is held at the protruding position B. Further, the locking member 6 receives an elastic force in the direction approaching the push rod 1 (the arrow Y direction shown in FIG. 2) from the torsion spring 7, and the sliding surface 60 b of the fan portion 60 is the shaft portion 11 of the push rod 1. It is in contact with the outer peripheral surface. The state shown in FIG. 6A corresponds to the open state of the lid 92 (shown in FIG. 1).

  When the protrusion 13 of the push rod 1 is pressed against the back surface of the lid 92 by the closing operation with respect to the lid 92, the push rod 1 moves from the protruding position B to the pushing position A side. At this time, the shaft portion 30 of the fixing pin 3 slides toward the straight portion 160 via the inclined portion 161 in the inclined groove 16 of the push rod 1. As a result, the push rod 1 moves in the axial direction from the protruding position B to the pushed-in position A side, and a predetermined angle (90 ° in the present embodiment) in one direction (arrow Z direction) with the central axis as the rotation center. Only rotate.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 6 (b), the locking member 6 rotates in the direction of arrow W about the rotation center axis P by the elastic force of the torsion spring 7, and the sliding surface 60b of the locking member 6 is pushed. While sliding on the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 of the rod 1, it enters the concave groove 15, and the locking member 6 is locked to the push rod 1 by the elastic force. That is, the torsion spring 7 generates an elastic force that maintains the locking state between the locking member 6 and the concave groove 15 of the push rod 1. As a result, the push rod 1 is held at the pushing position A as shown in FIG. Note that the state shown in FIG. 6C corresponds to the closed state of the lid 92.

  On the other hand, in the state shown in FIG. 6C, when a lid open operation is performed by a switch or the like provided in the vehicle, the motor 4 is driven and the rotating gear 5 is axially resisted against the elastic force of the torsion spring 7. The locking member 6 rotates in the direction of arrow R around O, and the locking member 6 rotates around the rotation center axis P in the direction away from the push rod 1 (arrow V direction). If it does so, the sliding surface 60b of the fan part 60 in the latching member 6 will detach | leave from the ditch | groove 15, and the latching state of the latching member 6 and the push rod 1 will be cancelled | released. As a result, the push rod 1 is moved in the axial direction from the push-in position A to the projecting position B by the urging force of the coil spring 10 and is held at the projecting position B shown in FIG. That is, the lid 92 is opened.

(Operation and effect of the embodiment)
According to the embodiment described above, the following operations and effects can be obtained.

(1) According to the lid opening / closing device 100 according to the present embodiment, the push rod 1 is held at the protruding position B by locking the fixing pin 3 to the locking groove 161a in the inclined groove 16 of the push rod 1. And the push rod 1 can be hold | maintained in the pushing position A by latching the latching member 6 in the ditch | groove 15 of the push rod 1. FIG. This eliminates the need for a guide member and a rotating arm for holding the push rod in the protruding position and the pushed-in position as in the lid opening / closing device described in Patent Document 1, for example, and the push rod 1 is moved forward and backward with a simpler configuration. As a result, the operability can be improved.

(2) According to the present embodiment, as described above, the guide member and the rotating arm included in the lid opening / closing device described in Patent Document 1 are not necessary, so that the guide member rotates to the plurality of guide grooves and push rods. Since it is not necessary to separately provide a connecting groove for connecting the arms, the processing cost can be reduced. That is, the manufacturing cost of the lid opening / closing device can be reduced.

  As mentioned above, although this invention was demonstrated based on embodiment, embodiment described above does not limit the invention which concerns on a claim. For example, in the above embodiment, the case where the elastic member that applies the elastic force to the locking member 6 is the torsion spring 7 is described. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and the elasticity that presses the locking member 6 to the push rod 1 side. Any body may be used, for example, a coil spring.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the latching structure which the sliding surface 60b of the fan part 60 in the latching member 6 latches to the ditch | groove 15 of the push rod 1 was demonstrated, it is limited to this about a latching structure. For example, the convex part which protruded to the ditch | groove 15 side may be formed in the fan part 60, and the structure which this convex part engages with the ditch | groove 15 may be sufficient. In this case, as the push rod 1 moves forward and backward, the tip of the convex portion slides with the outer peripheral surface of the shaft portion 11 of the push rod 1.

  In addition, it should be noted that not all the combinations of features described in the embodiments are essential to the means for solving the problems of the invention. Further, the present invention can be appropriately modified and implemented without departing from the spirit of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Push rod, 2 ... Case, 2a ... Opening, 3 ... Fixed pin, 4 ... Motor, 5 ... Rotating gear, 6 ... Locking member, 7a ... One end, 7b ... Other end, 8 ... Cover, 10 ... Coil spring 11 ... Shaft part, 11a ... Accommodating hole, 11b ... Upper bottom surface, 12 ... Engagement part, 12a ... Short side, 13 ... Projection part, 14 ... Neck part, 15 ... Concave groove, 16 ... Inclined groove, 20 ... Accommodating part , 20a ... 1st storage chamber, 20b ... 2nd storage chamber, 21 ... Cylindrical part, 21a ... Insertion hole, 22 ... Bottom surface, 30 ... Shaft part, 31 ... Head part, 40 ... Output shaft, 60 ... Fan part, 60a ... Locking hole, 60b ... Sliding surface, 60c ... Protrusion, 61 ... Engagement part, 61a ... Engagement tooth, 62 ... Rotating shaft part, 63 ... Operation lever part, 80 ... Support part, 81 ... Terminal part, 90 ... Vehicle body, 90a ... Opening part, 91 ... Fuel supply part, 92 ... Lid, 92a ... Engagement hole, 93 ... Hinge, 10 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS ... Lid opening / closing device, 16 ... Inclination groove, 160 ... Straight part, 161 ... Inclination part, 161a ... Locking groove part, A ... Pushing position, B ... Projection position, M ... Middle point, O ... Axis center, P ... Center of rotation axis

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  1. An axial push rod arranged on the back side of the lid provided in the opening of the vehicle advances and retreats in the axial direction between the pushing position where the push rod is pushed by the pushing operation to the lid and the protruding position protruding from the pushing position. A lid opening and closing device that enables switching between an open state and a closed state of the lid by moving;
    A fixing pin that is formed on the outer surface of the push rod and is arranged to slide in an inclined groove that is inclined and extends in the axial direction;
    A locking member for locking a locked portion formed on the push rod at the push-in position of the push rod;
    An elastic member that generates an elastic force for maintaining the locked state in which the locking member locks the locked portion of the push rod;
    A motor that drives the locking member against the elastic force of the elastic member ,
    The push rod is held at the projecting position by the locking pin engaging with a locking groove formed at a position farthest from the axial lid of the inclined groove, and the locking member is moved to the push rod. By holding the locked portion of the rod is held in the pushing position ,
    The inclined groove is formed such that the fixed pin reciprocates and slides in the inclined groove in the vertical direction in the axial direction.
    The locking member locks the locked portion by the elastic force, and the locked state is released by driving the motor.
    Lid opening / closing device.
  2. The locked portion of the push rod is a concave groove formed by recessing the outer surface of the push rod,
    The locking member locks the groove by the elastic force;
    The lid opening and closing device according to claim 1.
  3. Further comprising a rotary formic Ya which is rotated by the drive of the pre SL motor,
    The said locking member, Ru said engagement portion that meshes with the rotation gear is formed Tei,
    The lid opening / closing apparatus according to claim 1 or 2 .
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