JPH0724255Y2 - Awning device for automobile - Google PatentsAwning device for automobile
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- JPH0724255Y2 JPH0724255Y2 JP11946189U JP11946189U JPH0724255Y2 JP H0724255 Y2 JPH0724255 Y2 JP H0724255Y2 JP 11946189 U JP11946189 U JP 11946189U JP 11946189 U JP11946189 U JP 11946189U JP H0724255 Y2 JPH0724255 Y2 JP H0724255Y2
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION [Industrial application] The present invention relates to an awning device which is attached to a side surface or a rear surface of a camping car or other automobiles and overhangs and rolls in a awning sheet.
As this kind of sun protection device, for example, U.S. Pat.
It is disclosed by the Japanese Patent Publication. The device according to this publication is
As shown in FIGS. 1 and 8 attached to this publication, FIGS. 1 and 8 show a winding shaft around which a awning sheet 10 is wound in a box 11 fixed to a vehicle body, and a front end of the awning sheet is installed. The front frame 15 is installed on the arm 40, 50 that bends and extends between the front frame and the box.
And the columns 60 and 70 are provided at the end of the front frame.
When the sunshade sheet that is overhanging is rolled up and stored in the box, the support column is stored in the front frame, and the support column has one of the support shafts 62 and 72 bent in the L shape. Arm bearings 47, 57 provided in the front frame, the other of which is pivotally supported at the upper end of the column, when the column is pulled out from the state in which it is parallel to the front frame to the state in which it stands upright. , Rotate the strut once around the arm bearing side of the support shaft toward the box side and project it (parallel to the box as shown in Fig. 9), then project the strut upright by rotating it downward. To do.
By the way, the above-mentioned front frame corresponds to A in FIG. 11 and FIG. 19 of the publication.
As shown in Figures and B, the cross-sectional shape is U-shaped, and since the cross-sectional shape is relatively weak and easily deformed, it was fanned by the wind while the awning sheet was extended. In particular, if it is a long one, it may be twisted and deformed, making it impossible to store the column, or it may not be securely engaged with the box.In addition, when the column is taken out from the front frame and stored. However, it was troublesome because it was necessary to simultaneously perform the operation of turning the support shaft and the operation of supporting the entire column.
The present invention was developed with the object of solving the above problems, and an object thereof is to provide an automobile awning device that can be easily put in and taken out from the front frame of a strut and can be put in and taken out reliably without any trouble. To do.
According to the solution according to the present invention, the front frame provided at the front end of the sunshade sheet that is extended from the winding shaft is formed of a hollow member, and a hollow portion is provided in the front frame in which a column is accommodated in the longitudinal direction from its end opening. The upper end of the column is slidably and rotatably connected to the section.
Therefore, the props housed in the front frame are pulled up along the longitudinal extension line of the front frame and then rotated upright to stand up. It can be put in by pulling it up to and inserting it into the front frame as it is.
The present invention will be described in detail. FIGS. 7 and 8 show an example in which an awning device is provided on the side surface of a vehicle body of an automobile C. As shown in FIGS. Support material 1
The case 2 is attached to the case 2. The case 2 has a substantially rectangular cross section, but the case 2 is open from the middle part of the front wall to the space between the bottom walls. It is formed so that it fits like this. A winding shaft 5 around which the awning sheet 4 is wound is installed over the upper part of the case 2, the front frame 3 is connected to the tip of the awning sheet 4, and a bracket 6 provided on the lower part of the winding shaft 5 is provided with an arm 7 of an arm 7. The base end is pivotally mounted so as to rotate in the lateral direction, and the tip end portion of the arm 7 is also pivotally mounted to the front frame 3 in a freely rotatable manner. Although not shown, a spring provided in the arm 7 urges the arm 7 in the extending direction. Further, a rotating device (not shown) is provided at one end of the winding shaft 5, and by rotating the winding shaft 5 with this rotating device, the shade sheet 4 can be extended and wound up. .
The above-mentioned structure is similar to the conventional one, but as shown in FIGS. 1, 2, 5 and 6, the front frame 3 is formed of a hollow member and the upper end thereof is formed. 1 is provided with a receiving groove 8 for connecting the sunshade sheet 4, a supporting groove 9 for connecting the arm 7 is provided in an intermediate portion of an inner wall facing the case 2, and a hollow storage portion 10 is provided at a lower end portion along the entire length in the longitudinal direction. A cap 11 closes the upper opening of the storage unit 10 except the opening.
A pair of left and right columns 12, 12 are inserted into the storage section 10 from both ends. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the support column 12 has an upper member 14 slidably fitted in a lower member 13 made of a hollow member, and the upper member 14 has a full length in the longitudinal direction. A tightening screw 16 having a guide groove 15 extending from the lower member 13 is screwed into a back plate 17 inserted through the guide groove 15 and non-rotatably fitted in the upper member 14, and is a tightening screw.
It is intended to hold the state in which the expansion and contraction are adjusted by the operation of 16. Further, a solid head member 18 is fixed to the upper end of the upper member 14, and a thick width portion 19 having a width gradually increasing from the upper member 14 side is provided at an intermediate portion of the head member 18, and the column 12 is contracted most. At this time, the upper end opening of the lower member 13 engages with the thick width portion 19, and the upper and lower members 1
It is designed to prevent 3,14 vibration. Further head member 18
It has a protruding portion 20 from the thick width portion 19. Further, a leg portion 21 is pivotally supported at the lower end of the lower member 13, and the leg portion 21 accommodates the support column 12 in the storage portion.
It is formed so as to serve as a cap that closes the opening of the storage portion 10 when it is inserted into the storage portion 10. The leg portion 21 has a projecting piece 22 that projects laterally from the storage portion 10 and serves as a handle. In addition, a through hole 23 through which the rope is passed is opened in the thick portion 19.
The structure for pulling up the column 12 from the storage portion 10 to stand up is to fit the sliding member 24 in the storage portion 10, and to provide the connecting member 26 by the pivot pin 25 that rotates in the sliding member 24 in the axial direction, The connecting member 26 has a protrusion 20 on the head member 18 of the column 12.
Are connected via a support shaft 27 orthogonal to the pivot pin 25. Therefore, the support shaft 27 orthogonal to the pivot pin 25 constitutes a universal joint. In order to prevent the sliding member 24 from slipping out of the storage portion 10, the claw pieces 28, 28 that are cut out from the sliding member 24 are projected into the locking holes 29, 29 formed in the peripheral wall of the storage portion 10. Prevents escape, but claw 28
Has an inclined surface that becomes lower from the entrance side of the storage section 10 toward the back, and when the support column 12 is pushed into the storage section 10, the claw piece 28 slips out of the locking hole 29 and the sliding member 26 slides. It is something.
With the above structure, when the awning sheet 4 is extended and then the column 12 is erected, if the leg 21 is held by the projecting piece 22 and pulled out from the inside of the front frame 3, the sliding member 24
The pawl piece 28 is pulled out until it fits into the locking hole 29, and there, the support 12 is rotated downward about the support shaft 27, and the tightening screw 16 is operated to adjust the length of the support 12. Thus, the projecting front frame 3 is supported by the upright columns 12 as shown in FIG. Also, the column 12 is a sliding member 24.
Since they are connected to each other by the pivot pin 25, the support column 12 can be tilted and supported in a state of being pressed into contact with the vehicle body of the automobile C as shown by the chain double-dashed line in FIG.
In the automobile sunshade device according to the present invention, a front frame is formed of a hollow member, and a storage portion into which a pillar is inserted is provided in the front frame along a longitudinal direction, and the pillar is pulled out along an extension line of the front frame. Since the front frame is formed of a hollow member as described above, it is possible to ensure sufficient strength without fear of being deformed by wind. The pillars do not fall while the vehicle is running, which is advantageous for automobiles. Furthermore, when inserting the pillar into the front frame, rotate the pillar and lift it up along the extension line of the front frame and press it toward the front frame as it is, and when pulling it out, the pillar is inserted from within the front frame. Since the operation is performed by pulling down the drawer, the storing and drawing operations can be easily performed.
FIG. 1 is a cross-sectional view showing the automobile sunshade device according to the present invention in a folded state, FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view showing the same in an overhanging state, and FIG. 3 shows a state in which a prop is pulled out from a front frame. Sectional view, FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken along the line IV-IV of FIG. 3, FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing a state in which the column is stored in the front frame, and FIG. 6 is a state in which the column is pulled out. FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing a state of FIG. 7, FIG. 7 is a front view showing a state of being set overhanging from the vehicle body, and FIG. 8 is a plan view of the same. 2 ... Case, 3 ... Front frame, 4 ... Sunshade sheet 5 ... Winding shaft, 7 ... Arm, 10 ... Storage part 12 ... Prop, 24 ... Sliding member
In an automobile sunshade device, in which an arm (7) capable of bending and stretching is interposed between the front frame (3) and a column (12) that can be extended and contracted from both ends of the front frame (3). A storage member (10) formed of a hollow member is provided in the front frame (3) in which the support column (12) is received along the longitudinal direction from the end opening of the front frame (3). Storage (10)
It can slide inside, and the upper end of the column (12) is the front frame (3).
Sunshade device for automobiles, which is rotatably connected downward to the
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|JP11946189U JPH0724255Y2 (en)||1989-10-12||1989-10-12||Awning device for automobile|
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|JP11946189U JPH0724255Y2 (en)||1989-10-12||1989-10-12||Awning device for automobile|
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