JPH10252947A - Panel-like cord holder - Google Patents

Panel-like cord holder

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JPH10252947A
JPH10252947A JP9070471A JP7047197A JPH10252947A JP H10252947 A JPH10252947 A JP H10252947A JP 9070471 A JP9070471 A JP 9070471A JP 7047197 A JP7047197 A JP 7047197A JP H10252947 A JPH10252947 A JP H10252947A
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cord holder
cord
wiring
cords
panel
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Yasushi Ishikawa
泰史 石川
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Yasushi Ishikawa
泰史 石川
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16LPIPES; JOINTS OR FITTINGS FOR PIPES; SUPPORTS FOR PIPES, CABLES OR PROTECTIVE TUBING; MEANS FOR THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16L3/00Supports for pipes, cables or protective tubing, e.g. hangers, holders, clamps, cleats, clips, brackets

Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To facilitate the complicated wiring cords to a utensil to improve the wiring workability, improve the cleaning property of the utensil on which the wiring is arranged, and improve the appearance after the wiring. SOLUTION: A plurality of wiring conduits 6 and a large number of cord holder bodies provided with slits for inserting cords 12 above the wiring conduits 6 are continuously provided on a panel surface of a utensil. The cords are wired in the wiring conduits 6 in the vertical direction. The slits 7 are usually closed and the cords 12 are inserted through the slits 7 making use of the elasticity of the cord holder bodies 1. The branched wiring in the horizontal direction is performed by a V-shaped conduit 13 comprising inclined sides 11 at end parts of the upper and lower cord holder bodies 1. Most of the cords 12 are wired in the cord holder bodies 1, and an exposed part of the cord 12 is only the V-shaped conduit 13 part, preventing ingress of dust into the wiring conduits 6. A forward part 2 of the cord holder bodies 12 is gradually curved, and improves the appearance with the unified sense even when a large number of cord holder bodies are arranged.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a cord holder used for wiring cords such as electric cables and electric wires to furniture used indoors.
The present invention relates to a panel-shaped cord holder in which the cord holder itself has a panel shape.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, when wiring cords such as electric cables and electric wires indoors, a cord holder is generally used. FIG. 7 shows a cord holder 51 made of a synthetic resin of this kind. It shows. This cord holder 51
Has elasticity, is formed in a substantially square shape in cross section, and is formed such that elastic pressing pieces 52 are integrally opposed from both sides. Then, the cord 54 is inserted into the inside of the cord holder 51 through the slit 55 formed between both the holding pieces 52, and the cord 54 is held by the urging force toward the inside of the holding piece 52. An adhesive provided on the back surface 53 of the cord holder 51 holding the cord 54 is attached and fixed to a predetermined part of the furniture.

FIG. 8 shows another conventional cord holder 6.
The cord holder 61 has elasticity, has a substantially semicircular cross section, and is long. A cut-like slit 62 is formed on one side surface of the cord holder 61 along the longitudinal direction over the entire length. The cord 63 is inserted into the inside from the lateral direction through the slit 62 of the cord holder 61, and the cord 63 is delivered. It is fixed to a wall or the like.

[0004]

When the cords 54 are wired and arranged on the furniture using the cord holders 51 shown in FIG. 7, the cords 54 themselves are fixed to the piece-shaped cord holders 51 (see FIG. 7). The portion where the cord 54 is covered by the pressing piece 52) is a part, and most of the cord 54 other than the cord holder 51 is exposed. For this reason, when a plurality of cords 54 are wired, dust tends to accumulate in gaps between the cords 54, and there is a problem that cleaning work of the dust is difficult. Further, since most of the cord 54 is exposed, there is also a problem that the aesthetic appearance of the whole furniture after wiring is spoiled.

In the case of the cord holder 61 shown in FIG. 8, when a plurality of cords 63 are arranged side by side and there are a large number of cords 63 having different connection destinations, the length of each cord 63 is long. It is necessary to cut the cord holders 61 accordingly, and it is necessary to fix each cord holder 61 to the furniture. Therefore, when wiring a plurality, particularly a large number of cords 63,
In the cord holder 61 shown in FIG. 8, there is a problem that the work related to wiring becomes complicated and wiring workability is deteriorated. In addition, when the cord holders 61 having different lengths are used, there is a problem that aesthetics are impaired.

[0006] Furthermore, even in the furniture where the personal computer is placed,
The cords connecting the devices are in a state of being scattered, and in this case, there is a problem that the aesthetic feeling is impaired.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above points, and has been made to facilitate wiring of complicated cords to furniture, to enhance wiring workability, and to improve the cleanability of wired furniture. An object of the present invention is to provide a panel-shaped cord holder that improves the aesthetics after wiring.

[0008]

Therefore, in the panel-shaped cord holder according to the first aspect of the present invention, the cord 12 is internally provided.
And a plurality of wiring grooves 6 having both ends opened side by side through a partition 5 and a slit 7 for inserting a cord 12 formed over the entire length corresponding to each of the wiring grooves 6 with the front surface 2 entirely closed. And a cord holder main body 1 having elasticity by means of a bonding means provided on the back surface 3 for bonding and fixing.
It is characterized by comprising.

As a result, a plurality of cords 12 can be wired in the wiring groove 6 through the slits 7 of the cord holder main body 1, and the workability of the wiring can be improved. Further, since most of the cord 12 is provided in the wiring groove 6, dust can be prevented from entering the wiring groove 6.

Further, in the panel-shaped cord holder according to the second aspect, since the slit 7 of the cord holder main body 1 is always closed, it is possible to prevent dust from entering the wiring groove 6. It is also possible to easily clean the front surface 2 of the cord holder main body 1.

Further, in the panel-shaped cord holder according to the third aspect, the end of the cord holder main body 1 on the opening side of the wiring groove 6 is an inclined surface 11, and the upper and lower cord holder main bodies 1 are formed.
And a groove 13 for wiring the cord 12 in a direction orthogonal to the wiring groove 6 is formed by the upper and lower inclined surfaces 11. As a result, a V-shaped groove 13 for branch wiring in the lateral direction can be formed. Therefore, a large number of cords 12 having different connection destinations can be efficiently branched and the cords 1 can be formed.
2, the work related to the laying and the change of the wiring route can be facilitated.

In the panel-shaped cord holder according to the fourth aspect, since the front surface 2 of the cord holder main body 1 is formed in a continuous gentle curved shape, even when a large number of the cord holder main bodies 1 are arranged side by side. 1 with a sense of unity throughout the front
, So that the appearance of the front side of the plurality of cord holders 1 is kept constant, regardless of the increase or decrease in the amount of wiring, and the beauty of the fixtures and the like on which the cord holders 1 are disposed is improved. Can be done.

[0013]

Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 shows the entire panel-shaped cord holder main body 1 according to the present invention, in which (a) shows a front view, (b) shows a side view, and (c) shows a bottom view. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA of FIG.

2 and 3, the cord holder body 1 is formed as an extruded product made of a thermoplastic resin and has elasticity. The front part 2 of the cord holder body 1 is formed in a gentle wavy shape as a whole, and a peelable adhesive sheet (not shown) is provided on the back part 3 and is adhered and fixed to the panel surface of the furniture. It has become so. In FIG. 2A, partition walls 5 are integrally formed at predetermined intervals between the side walls 4 on both sides in the vertical direction over the entire length. A wiring groove 6 is formed. This wiring groove 6
A cord such as an electric cable or an electric wire is provided and wired.

A slit 7 is formed in the front surface 2 on the front side of the wiring groove 6 at the center of the wiring groove 6 so that a cord can be freely inserted and removed over the entire length of the wiring groove 6 in the longitudinal direction. The slit 7 is formed at the time of extrusion molding, and pieces on both sides formed by the slit 7 are used as cover pieces 10. This cover piece 1
Although the end faces facing 0 are slightly spaced from each other in the drawing, the end faces of the cover pieces 10 are actually in contact with each other. Therefore, the slit 7 itself is always closed, and the front part 2 of the cord holder main body 1 is a closed surface entirely, thereby preventing dust from entering the wiring groove 6 from the slit 7.

Further, both ends of the cord holder main body 1 are shown in FIG.
(A) As shown in (b), the inclined surface 11 is formed with a notch, and as shown in FIG. The V-groove 13 is formed by branching the cord 12 in the horizontal direction and wiring the cord 12 by the two opposing inclined surfaces 11.

The cord holder main body 1 according to the present invention is used as one member constituting a panel surface.
Therefore, the width of the cord holder main body 1 is provided with at least four or more wiring grooves 6 having a width in which a cord 12 such as a cable of a device arranged in a general fixture is accommodated. In the illustrated case, five wiring grooves 6 are formed. However, it is needless to say that six or more wiring grooves 6 may be formed. The vertical dimension of the cord holder main body 1 is at least equal to or greater than the horizontal width. That is, the cord 12 to be wired on the panel surface of the furniture
In particular, when wiring is performed in various directions, in order to form a large number of V-grooves 13, these can be solved by using the cord holder main body 1 having a relatively short dimension in the vertical direction. it can.

FIG. 1 shows an example in which four cord holder main bodies 1 are arranged two by two in the horizontal and vertical directions, and are continuous in the horizontal direction by the inclined surfaces 11 of the upper and lower cord holder main bodies 1. A V-groove 13 is formed. For example, one code 12
Is installed in the wiring groove 6 so as to penetrate in the up-down direction, and the other cord 12 extends laterally from the opening surface of the inclined surface 11 at the end from the wiring groove 6 of the lower cord holder body 1. And the wiring is branched in the lateral direction via the V-shaped groove 13.

Here, the cord 12 is connected to the cord holder 1
In the case of wiring in the wiring groove 6, the cord 12 is inserted from the slit 7, and the cord 12 is installed and wired in the wiring groove 6. At this time, the cord 12 can be placed in the wiring groove 6 because the cover piece 10 is pushed inward and rearward by the elastic force of the resin. After the cord 12 is loaded, the cover piece 10 returns to the cover piece 10 itself with a return force, and the end faces of the cover piece 10 are kept in contact with each other over the entire length in the longitudinal direction. This prevents dust from entering the wiring groove 6 from the slit 7. In addition, the cord holder main body 1
The front part 2 is formed in a gentle curved surface, so that cleaning becomes easy. Further, since the cover piece 10 has a shape curved toward the wiring groove 6, even if the relatively thick cord 12 wired in the wiring groove 6 tries to be pushed out to the front side by twisting, the cover piece 10 will Extrusion is prevented to prevent the slit 7 from opening.

FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the system furniture, and FIG.
4 shows an exploded perspective view of the main parts shown in FIG. A column 20 provided with a plurality of horizontal bars 21 in a vertical direction;
0 and a vertical frame 22 facing the vertical frame 22
, A plurality of cord holder bodies 1 bonded to the front surface of the panel 23,
The system furniture is composed of a shelf board 24 and the like arranged between the horizontal bars 21 of the "0".

In this example, each panel 23 of the system furniture is
A large number of cord holder main bodies 1 are arranged on the entire front surface of the panel 2.
On the front surface of the wiring 3, wiring can be made at any position, and horizontal wiring is made possible by five V-grooves 13 in the illustrated example.
Further, the cord holder main body 1 having a different lateral width may be used, or the cord holder main body 1 having the same lateral width may be used. As shown in FIG. 4, in a system fixture in which the cord holder main body 1 is entirely disposed, even if the cord 12 is wired on the front side, except for the cord 12 wired in the V groove 13. It is possible to improve the overall aesthetics without appearing in the appearance.

As shown in FIG. 5, a plurality of cord holders 1 are attached to the lower surface of the shelf 24 in the lateral direction of the shelf 24. In the illustrated example, four cord holders 1 are attached. 1
Is shown facing down. Here, the vertical arrangement pitch of the shelf boards 24 matches the pitch of the V-grooves 13 to be formed, and the shelf boards 24 are arranged at the positions of the V-grooves 13. Therefore, the V-groove 1 where the shelf board 24 is disposed
3 is hard to see from the front. Therefore, the cord 12 pulled out from the wiring groove 6 of the cord holder body 1
The cord 12 may be branched and wired in the horizontal direction through the wiring groove 6 of the cord holder body 1 disposed on the lower surface of the shelf 24 instead of the V-groove 13.
The wiring 2 may be wired by combining the V-groove 13 and the cord holder 1 on the lower surface of the shelf board 24.

FIG. 6 shows an example of another system fixture basically constructed using the same members as in FIG. Panel 2 of any type and configuration of system fixtures
3 or the shelf board 24, etc., the cord holder body 1
Can be arranged, and the cord holder body 1
This facilitates the wiring and improves the overall appearance of the system furniture.

When a personal computer is installed in the system furniture, the cords can be hidden by arranging the cord holder main body 1 and supplying the cords between the devices.
The beauty can be improved by refreshing the whole.

In order to wire the cord 12 in the horizontal direction, the inclined surface 11 is formed on the cord holder main body 1 so that the V-groove 1 is formed.
3 is formed, but by cutting off the front part of the end of the cord holder main body 1 vertically, the lateral cord 12 can be placed on this end face, and the cord 12 is prevented from dripping. You may do it.

As described above, the cord holder main body 1 in which the cords 12 are installed and wired is adhered and fixed to an arbitrary plane of the fixtures with the adhesive sheet attached to the back surface 3 so that the cords 12 are laid on the fixtures. Is done. Then, the cord 12 can be easily taken out in the lateral direction or the like at the inclined surface 11 formed at the end, and the cord 12 can be easily arranged and the wiring path can be easily changed.

When there are a large number of cords 12 having different connection destinations, a required number of cord holder main bodies 1 are used side by side in the vertical and horizontal directions. In this case, the upper and lower cord holder main bodies are used. The V-grooves 13 formed by the inclined surfaces 11 at both ends of the cable 1 make it possible to branch and wire the cord 12 to each connection destination. Further, since the opening surface of the cord holder main body 1 is only the portion of the inclined surface 11 at the end, wiring can be performed with the exposure of the cord 12 being minimized.

Further, even when a large number of cord holder main bodies 1 are arranged side by side, the front part 2 of the cord holder main body 1 is formed in a gentle curved shape (wavy shape), so that there is a sense of unity as a whole. It constitutes one surface, the overall appearance is kept constant regardless of the increase or decrease in the amount of wiring, and the exposure of the cord 12 is minimized as described above, so that the beauty of the wired furniture is improved. Can be improved.

In the above example, the main body 1 of the cord holder is disposed so that the wiring grooves 6 are arranged vertically.
May be arranged in the horizontal direction.

[0030]

According to the panel-shaped cord holder according to the first aspect of the present invention, a plurality of cords can be wired in the wiring groove through the slit of the cord holder main body, and the workability of wiring is improved. be able to. Further, since most of the cords are provided in the wiring grooves, it is possible to prevent dust from entering the wiring grooves.

In the panel-shaped cord holder according to the present invention, since the slit of the cord holder body is always closed, dust can be prevented from entering the wiring groove. Also, the front surface of the cord holder body can be easily cleaned.

Further, in the panel-shaped cord holder according to the third aspect, the end of the cord holder main body on the opening side of the wiring groove has an inclined surface, and upper and lower cord holder main bodies are disposed.
Since the grooves for wiring the code are formed in the direction orthogonal to the wiring grooves by the upper and lower inclined surfaces, V grooves for branch wiring can be formed in the horizontal direction, so that a large number of codes having different connection destinations can be efficiently formed. By branching, the work relating to the installation of the cord and the change of the wiring route can be facilitated.

In the panel-shaped cord holder according to the fourth aspect, the front surface of the cord holder main body is formed in a continuous gentle curved shape. A single surface with a sense of unity is formed, and the appearance of the front side of a plurality of cord holder bodies is kept constant regardless of the increase or decrease in the amount of wiring.
It is possible to improve the beauty of furniture and the like in which the cord holder body is disposed.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a drawing showing a state in which a plurality of cord holder bodies according to an embodiment of the present invention are juxtaposed and wires are wired.

FIG. 2A is a front view of a cord holder main body according to the embodiment of the present invention. (B) is a bottom view of the cord holder main body according to the embodiment of the present invention. (C) is a side view of the cord holder main body of the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a sectional view taken along line AA of FIG. 2A according to the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a perspective view of a system fixture configured using the cord holder main body according to the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 5 is an exploded perspective view of a system fixture configured using the cord holder main body according to the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 6 is a perspective view of another system fixture configured using the cord holder main body according to the embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a perspective view of a conventional cord holder main body.

FIG. 8 is a perspective view of another conventional cord holder main body.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Cord holder 2 Front part 3 Back part 5 Partition wall 6 Wiring groove 7 Slit 10 Cover piece 11 Inclined surface 12 Cord 13 V groove

Claims (4)

[Claims]
1. A wiring groove (6) having both ends opened in parallel with a plurality of cords (12) wired therein through a partition wall (5).
And a slit (7) for inserting a cord (12) formed over the entire length corresponding to each of the wiring grooves (6), the front surface (2) being entirely closed, and an adhesive provided on the rear surface (3). A panel-shaped cord holder characterized by comprising a cord holder main body (1) having elasticity with fixing adhesive means.
2. The panel-shaped cord holder according to claim 1, wherein the slit (7) of the cord holder body (1) is always closed.
3. The end of the cord holder main body (1) on the opening side of the wiring groove (6) is an inclined surface (11), and the upper and lower cord holder main bodies (1) are disposed. Inclined surface (11)
The cord (12) in a direction orthogonal to the wiring groove (6).
The panel-shaped cord holder according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a groove (13) for wiring is formed.
4. The panel-shaped cord holding device according to claim 1, wherein the front surface (2) of the cord holding tool body (1) is formed in a continuous gentle curved shape. Utensils.
JP9070471A 1997-03-07 1997-03-07 Panel-like cord holder Withdrawn JPH10252947A (en)

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Cited By (4)

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2010516326A (en) * 2007-01-18 2010-05-20 ブラビロール ホールディング ビー.ブイ.Bravilor Holding B.V. Hot plate and assembly including hot plate
CN103650273A (en) * 2011-06-08 2014-03-19 挪佛麦迪哥股份公司 Cable holding element
JP2014117099A (en) * 2012-12-11 2014-06-26 Yazaki Corp Wire harness
JP2017038461A (en) * 2015-08-07 2017-02-16 矢崎総業株式会社 Wire harness

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
JP2010516326A (en) * 2007-01-18 2010-05-20 ブラビロール ホールディング ビー.ブイ.Bravilor Holding B.V. Hot plate and assembly including hot plate
CN103650273A (en) * 2011-06-08 2014-03-19 挪佛麦迪哥股份公司 Cable holding element
JP2014117099A (en) * 2012-12-11 2014-06-26 Yazaki Corp Wire harness
JP2017038461A (en) * 2015-08-07 2017-02-16 矢崎総業株式会社 Wire harness

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