KR100877013B1 - Shutter device for cash transaction machine - Google Patents

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KR100877013B1
KR100877013B1 KR1020070065790A KR20070065790A KR100877013B1 KR 100877013 B1 KR100877013 B1 KR 100877013B1 KR 1020070065790 A KR1020070065790 A KR 1020070065790A KR 20070065790 A KR20070065790 A KR 20070065790A KR 100877013 B1 KR100877013 B1 KR 100877013B1
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    • G07CHECKING-DEVICES
    • G07FCOIN-FREED OR LIKE APPARATUS
    • G07F19/00Complete banking systems; Coded card-freed arrangements adapted for dispensing or receiving monies or the like and posting such transactions to existing accounts, e.g. automatic teller machines
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    • G07DHANDLING OF COINS OR VALUABLE PAPERS, e.g. TESTING, SORTING BY DENOMINATIONS, COUNTING, DISPENSING, CHANGING OR DEPOSITING
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Abstract

A shutter device for an automatic teller machine is provided to simplify a structure and a manufacturing process by opening and closing or restricting a shutter through one driving unit. An operation member(110) is installed to move linearly. A driving unit(120) is connected to the operation member and moves the operation member in a straight line. A shutter(130) is installed to rotate around a shutter axis and opens and closes a drawing unit by interlocking with the straight-line motion of the operation member. A locking member restricts the rotation of the shutter and releases the restriction of the shutter in a first straight line motion of the operation member. The released shutter is opened by the rotation of the shutter in a second straight line motion of the operation member.

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Shutter device for automatic teller machines {SHUTTER DEVICE FOR CASH TRANSACTION MACHINE}

1 is a perspective view showing a shutter device for an automated teller machine according to the present invention.

2 is a side view showing a shutter device for an automatic teller machine according to the present invention.

3 to 5 are side views for explaining the operation structure of the shutter device for an automatic teller machine according to the present invention.

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110: operating member 120: driving means

130: shutter 140: locking member

The present invention relates to a shutter device for an automated teller machine, and more particularly, to a shutter device for an automated teller machine that allows the shutter to be restrained and opened and closed by one driving means.

The automated teller machine is an automated device that can provide basic financial services such as cash and check deposit and withdrawal by using a card or bankbook regardless of time and place in relation to financial services.

The automated teller machine can be divided into cash dispenser and cash dispenser according to whether or not it is withdrawn.In recent years, the automated teller machine has been used for various purposes such as cash withdrawal, check deposit and withdrawal, bankbook arrangement, payment of giro fees, ticket release. have.

In general, the automated teller machine is equipped with a shutter for protecting the deposit and withdrawal of the deposit or withdrawal of the cash, and is configured to selectively open and close the withdrawal unit by this shutter.

Along with these shutters, the automatic teller machine is provided with a locking device for preventing the forcible opening of the shutter, and is configured to protect the opening of the shutter from unauthorized pressure through the locking device.

However, in the related art, as the opening and closing operation of the shutter and the restraining operation of the locking device are configured to be performed by separate driving sources (motors or solenoids), the structure becomes complicated and the cost increases.

That is, the conventional automatic teller machine has a problem that the cost increases because the driving source for performing the opening and closing operation of the shutter and the driving source for performing the restraining operation of the locking device must be provided separately, and a schedule for installing each driving source is provided. As space must be secured, there is a problem that space utilization and design freedom are reduced.

The present invention provides a shutter device for an automated teller machine that can simplify the structure and manufacturing process and can reduce cost and improve productivity.

In particular, the present invention provides a shutter device for an automated teller machine that can simplify the structure and manufacturing process by allowing the shutter to be restrained and opened and closed by one driving means.

In addition, the present invention provides a shutter device for the automated teller machine that can improve the space utilization and design freedom in the automated teller machine.

According to a preferred embodiment of the present invention for achieving the above object of the present invention, the shutter device is provided in the financial automated machine having a withdrawal unit, the operating member is installed to be movable linearly, connected to the operating member to sequentially operate the operation member Drive means for moving the first linear movement and the second linear movement, rotatably installed around the shutter shaft, connected to the actuating member and interlocked according to the linear movement of the actuating member. Constrains the rotation, and includes a locking member for releasing the rotation of the shutter in conjunction with the operation member when the first linear movement of the operating member, the shutter released by the second linear movement of the operating member is rotated to open.

The connection structure between the shutter and the operating member may be implemented in various ways to convert the second linear motion of the operating member into the rotational movement of the shutter. For example, the shutter may be interlocked by the operating member through the shutter protrusion formed on the shutter and the guide hole formed on the operating member, and may be configured to open and close the withdrawal unit. In some cases, the shutter and the operating member may be connected by a conventional link member in a link connection manner, and alternatively, the connection between the shutter and the operating member may be realized by a conventional gear combination.

The shutter may include a shutter body corresponding to the withdrawal unit and a shutter extension unit integrally extended to both sides of the shutter body, and the shutter protrusion may be formed in the shutter extension unit.

In the first linear movement of the operating member, the locking member is interlocked and the restraint of the shutter can be released. The restraint and release of the shutter by the locking member can be implemented in various ways according to the required conditions.

For example, the locking member may be configured to rotate in conjunction with the first linear movement of the operating member and release the restraint state of the shutter. To this end, the connecting member may be fastened to the operating member, and the locking member may be rotatably installed around the rotating shaft, and the locking member may be provided with a connection hole along the vertical direction to accommodate the connecting member. In some cases, the locking member may be configured to linearly move together with the operating member during the first linear movement of the operating member and selectively release the restraint state of the shutter.

Therefore, in the initial state, the withdrawal part is closed by the shutter, and the shutter can be restrained by the locking member, and when cash is withdrawn at the request of the customer, the first and second straight movements of the operating member are moved. By this, the restraint state of the shutter may be sequentially released and the shutter may be opened.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, but the present invention is not limited or limited by the embodiments. For reference, in the present description, the same numbers refer to substantially the same elements, and may be described by quoting the contents described in other drawings under the above rules, and the contents repeated or deemed apparent to those skilled in the art may be omitted.

1 is a perspective view showing a shutter device for an automated teller machine according to the present invention, Figure 2 is a side view showing a shutter device for an automated teller machine according to the present invention.

As shown in Figure 1 and 2, the shutter device according to the present invention is provided to selectively open and close the withdrawal (or withdrawal) withdrawal (or withdrawal) cash in the automated teller machine, the operation member 110, the driving means 120, a shutter 130, and a locking member 140 are configured.

The operating member 110 is formed in a substantially straight bar shape and is installed to be linearly movable on the main frame 100 of the automatic teller machine. The linear movement direction of the operating member 110 may be set in various ways according to the required conditions and design specifications, but in the following, the operating member 110 is installed to be linearly movable along the direction in which cash is withdrawn. Let's explain.

The driving means 120 is connected to one side of the operating member 110 to provide a driving force for the operating member 110 to sequentially move the first linear movement and the second linear movement toward the same direction. Here, the first linear movement and the second linear movement of the operating member 110 may be implemented continuously, and in some cases, the first linear movement and the second linear movement of the operating member 110 may be discontinuous. Can be configured to

As the driving means 120, a conventional driving means 120 capable of linearly moving the operation member 110 may be applied. For example, a conventional solenoid may be used as the driving means 120. In some cases, the driving force by the motor may be configured to be transmitted to the operating member through a conventional power transmission member such as a ball screw or a cam.

The shutter 130 is rotatably installed on the main frame 100 with respect to the shutter shaft 131, one side of which is connected to the operation member 110, according to a second linear movement of the operation member 110. It is interlocked and is configured to selectively open and close the withdrawal unit. The shutter 130 may include a plate-shaped shutter body 132 corresponding to the withdrawal unit and a shutter extension unit 134 extending integrally on both sides of the shutter body 132, and the operation member 110. ) May be connected to the shutter extension unit 134.

The connection structure between the shutter 130 and the operating member 110 may be implemented in various ways to convert the linear movement of the operating member 110 into the rotational movement of the shutter 130. For example, the shutter 130 and the operation member 110 may be connected by a conventional link member in a link connection manner, and alternatively, the connection between the shutter 130 and the operation member 110 is realized by a conventional gear combination. May be

Hereinafter, the shutter 130 is interlocked by the operating member 110 through the shutter protrusion 135 formed in the shutter extension part 134 and the guide hole 112 formed in the operating member 110, and configured to open and close the withdrawal part. An example will be described.

That is, the shutter protrusion 135 protrudes from the inner surface of the shutter extension part 134, and the shutter protrusion 135 slides on the operating member 110 facing the inner surface of the shutter extension part 134. The guide hole 112 is formed along the linear movement direction to be accommodated in a rotatable manner.

In this configuration, the shutter protrusion 135 may slide on the guide slot 112 when the first linear movement of the operating member 110 is performed, and the shutter protrusion 135 may be moved on the second linear movement of the operating member 110. Is rotated about the shutter shaft 131 by the operating member 110 may open the shutter 130.

In addition, when the first linear movement of the operation member 110, the locking member 140 is interlocked, the restraint of the shutter 130 can be released, the shutter according to the second linear movement of the operation member 110 described above Opening of the 130 is performed in a state in which the restraint of the shutter 130 is released by the first linear movement of the operation member 110.

As such, the locking member 140 is provided to restrain the rotation of the shutter 130 in an initial state, and interlocks with the actuating member 110 during the first linear movement of the actuating member 110 and restrains the shutter 130. It is configured to release.

That is, the locking member 140 is formed in a substantially "L" shape to restrain the lower end of the shutter 130 in the initial state, the operation member 110 during the first linear movement of the operation member 110 It interlocks with and releases the restraint state of the shutter 130.

Restraint and release of the shutter 130 by the locking member 140 may be implemented in various ways according to the required conditions. For example, the locking member may move linearly together with the operating member during the first linear movement of the operating member and selectively release the restraint state of the shutter. Alternatively, the locking member rotates while the first linear movement of the operating member rotates. Can be configured to be released.

Hereinafter, the locking member 140 will be described as an example configured to release the restraint state of the shutter 130 by interlocking rotation by the first linear movement of the operation member 110.

To this end, the connecting member 114 is integrally fastened to the outer surface of the operating member 110, the locking member 140 is installed rotatably around the rotating shaft 141 on the body frame 100. However, the locking member 140 has a connection hole 142 is formed along the vertical direction so that the connection member 114 can be accommodated to slide and rotate.

By such a configuration, during the first linear movement of the operating member 110, the connecting member 114 slides and rotates on the guide slot 112, and rotates the locking member 140 around the rotating shaft 141 to release the shutter. The restraint state of 130 may be released.

On the other hand, one side close to the operation member 110 may be provided with an elastic member 150 for providing an elastic force to move the operation member 110 in the direction in which the shutter 130 is closed. One end of the elastic member 150 is connected to the main frame 100, the other end is connected to the operation member 110 to provide an elastic force to move the operation member 110 in the direction in which the shutter 130 is closed. .

The elastic member 150 allows the operating member 110 to be elastically supported, and the linear movement of the operating member 110 can be more stably implemented without shaking, and in the state where the shutter 130 is closed. The forced opening of the shutter 130 can be prevented more effectively. Conventional coil springs may be used as the elastic member 150, and the present invention is not limited or limited by the type and arrangement of the elastic member 150.

In addition, at least one of a locking detection sensor 162 for detecting a restraint state of the shutter 130 and an opening / closing detection sensor 164 for detecting an open / close state of the shutter 130 may be provided on the main body frame 100. In addition, restraint and opening and closing operations of the shutter may be controlled by signals sensed by the sensors 162 and 164.

That is, the locking detection sensor 162 may be provided on the movement path of the locking member 140 to detect a restraint state of the shutter 130 by the locking member 140, and the opening / closing detection sensor 164 may also be used. In the same manner can be provided on the movement path of the operating member 110 to detect the opening and closing state of the shutter 130 by the operating member 110. Herein, the movement paths of the locking member 140 and the operation member 110 mean a path in which the locking member 140 and the operation member 110 move linearly or rotationally.

As the locking detection sensor 162 and the opening / closing detection sensor 164, a conventional non-contact sensor such as an optical sensor may be used, and in some cases, a conventional contact sensor may be applied.

Hereinafter, an operation structure of the shutter device for an automatic teller machine according to the present invention will be described. 3 to 5 are side views for explaining the operation structure of the shutter device for an automatic teller machine according to the present invention.

As shown in FIG. 3, in the initial state, the withdrawal part is closed by the shutter 130, and rotation of the shutter 130 is restricted by the locking member 140.

When cash is withdrawn at the request of the customer, the restrained state of the shutter 130 may be sequentially released by the first linear movement and the second linear movement of the operation member 110, and the shutter 130 may be opened.

That is, as shown in FIG. 4, when the operating member 110 moves linearly by the driving force of the driving means 120, the connection member 114 coupled to the operating member 110 is guided by the locking member 140. The locking member 140 may be rotated and rotated on the 112, and the locking member 140 may be rotated about the rotation shaft 141. Accordingly, the restrained state of the shutter 130 may be released.

As such, the locking member 140 may be interlocked by the first linear movement of the operation member 110, and the restraint state of the shutter 130 may be released. However, when the first linear movement of the operation member 110 is performed, the shutter ( Since the shutter protrusion 135 of the 130 slides along the guide hole 112 of the operation member 110, the closed state of the shutter 130 may be maintained as it is.

Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 5 in a state where the restraint of the shutter 130 is released, when the operating member 110 moves in a second straight line by the driving force of the driving means 120, the shutter protrusion 135 is operated by the operating member 110. Rotate around the shutter shaft 131 by the () to open the shutter 130. Therefore, the customer may withdraw cash through the exposed withdrawal unit as the shutter 130 is opened.

Meanwhile, when the withdrawal of cash is completed, the shutter 130 may be closed by the second linear motion of the operation member 110 in the reverse order as when the shutter 130 is opened, and the first linear motion of the operation member 110 may be closed. The shutter 130 may be constrained by.

As described above, according to the present invention can simplify the structure and manufacturing process, there is an effect that can reduce the cost and improve the productivity.

In particular, according to the present invention by restraining and opening and closing the shutter can be made by a single driving means, it is possible to simplify the structure and manufacturing process, reduce the cost and improve the productivity.

In addition, according to the present invention it is possible to improve the space utilization and design freedom in the automatic teller machine, and to make the product more compact.

As described above, although described with reference to the preferred embodiment of the present invention, those skilled in the art various modifications and variations of the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention described in the claims below I can understand that you can.

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  1. A shutter device for an automated teller machine having a withdrawal unit,
    An operating member installed to be linearly movable;
    Drive means connected to the operating member to sequentially move the operating member to the first linear movement and the second linear movement;
    A shutter rotatably installed around the shutter shaft, the shutter being connected to the operating member and interlocked according to the linear movement of the operating member to rotate the opening and closing portion; And
    And a locking member for restraining rotation of the shutter and releasing the restraint of the shutter in association with the operating member when the first linear movement of the operating member is performed.
    The shutter device for the automatic teller machine characterized in that the shutter is released when the second linear movement of the operating member is rotated.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The shutter includes a shutter projection, the operation member includes a guide hole formed along a linear movement direction to accommodate the shutter projection,
    The shutter protrusion when the first linear movement of the operating member slides on the guide hole, and when the second linear movement of the operating member, the shutter protrusion is rotated about the shutter axis to open the shutter Shutter device for automatic teller machines.
  3. The method of claim 2,
    The shutter includes a shutter body having a shape corresponding to the withdrawal unit and a shutter extension unit extending on both sides of the shutter body.
    And the shutter protrusion is formed in the shutter extension part.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    The actuating member includes a connecting member, and the locking member is rotatably installed about a rotating shaft including a connecting hole formed along an up and down direction to accommodate the connecting member.
    And the connecting member releases the restraint state of the shutter by rotating the locking member about the rotation axis when the first linear movement of the operating member is performed.
  5. The method of claim 1,
    The driving means is a shutter device for an automated teller machine, characterized in that it comprises a solenoid.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    And an elastic member for providing an elastic force to move the operating member in a direction in which the shutter is closed.
  7. The method of claim 1,
    And a locking detecting sensor provided on a movement path of the locking member to sense a restraint state of the shutter by the locking member.
  8. The method of claim 1,
    And an opening / closing detection sensor provided on the movement path of the operating member to detect an opening / closing state of the shutter by the operating member.
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