KR20050015979A - Lifting shift armature - Google Patents

Lifting shift armature

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KR20050015979A
KR20050015979A KR1020040039032A KR20040039032A KR20050015979A KR 20050015979 A KR20050015979 A KR 20050015979A KR 1020040039032 A KR1020040039032 A KR 1020040039032A KR 20040039032 A KR20040039032 A KR 20040039032A KR 20050015979 A KR20050015979 A KR 20050015979A
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lifting
door
armature
gear
window
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그륀틀러다니엘
디네르스우도
싱게르로타르
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그레취-우니타스 게엠베하 바우베쉴라게
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Abstract

PURPOSE: A lifting shift armature is cut down the composition cost of a lifting shift armature operated electrically and to heighten the aesthetic value of a lifting shift window or a lifting shift door. CONSTITUTION: The lifting shift armature for a window or a door(10) contains running shoes arranged on the lower side of a window or a door(10) and a rotary or linear driving device(70) for moving a window or a door. The driving device is connected with a lifting armature using a slider crank gear(24) or a toothed wheel gear to lift up the window or the door(10), a primary lifting gear(22) provided with a lock is installed on a doorframe(18) to operate by hand, and a secondary lifting gear(26) engages with the slider crank gear(24) and contains a pressure nut having a nut extension unit.

Description

Lifting moving armature {LIFTING SHIFT ARMATURE}

The present invention relates to a lifting mobile armature for a window or door, having at least one sliding shoe disposed on the bottom surface of the window or door and an electric drive for moving the window or door.

Moving windows and moving doors which are electrically driven from the closed position to the open position and vice versa are well known. In this case, a drive motor, typically a geared motor, is in the upper capping piece area of the window or door frame and drives the toothed belt, the carriage being fixed to the toothed belt, the carriage being a window or Engage in the frame of the door. In this way the sliding door can simply move. The drive motor operates at 24V, for example, and has a programmable control device, which determines the speed of movement, acceleration and direction of travel. In this case, the motor can be driven in a power control manner, and since the motor is in particular a step motor, the final position (closed position and open position) can be detected, and the motor is in accordance with the prescribed movement pattern. Can be driven. The movement pattern may be programmed into a door-only type according to the size and weight of a window or door and input into the control device.

Also known are lifting moving windows and doors and lifting moving pivot windows and doors in which the window or door must be lifted prior to movement or lowered before closing. Such windows and doors are generally on the outer wall, where the seal does not play a subordinate role. In the case of lifting movable windows or doors of this type, in which the movement is electric, an additional drive is required to lift the door. The drive is usually mounted on the outer surface of the frame, and this arrangement interferes with the design of the window or door. If the drive unit is integrated in the door frame, the drive unit is significantly weakened.

Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to reduce the construction cost of the electrically driven lifting mobile armature, and to enhance the aesthetic appeal of the electrically driven lifting mobile window or the lifting mobile door.

This problem is solved in the lifting mobile armature of the type mentioned at the outset, in accordance with the invention, that the drive device is connected to the lifting armature via a gear, so that a window or door can be lifted by the drive device.

In the lifting moving armature according to the invention, the drive device is used for the movement of a window or door on the one hand, but also for lifting the window or door on the other hand. For this purpose, the drive device is connected to the lifting armature via a gear, so that the driving force can act on the lifting armature. The lifting moving armature according to the invention is that the drive provided for moving the door can also be used for lifting lifting the door, thus eliminating the need for an additional drive to be placed on the frame and obstruct the appearance of the door. In other words, the function of the drive device in the lifting moving armature according to the invention is expanded by the lifting or lowering of the door.

In one preferred embodiment the gear is a slider crank gear. In another embodiment, the gear is a cogwheel gear. Consider the fact that the door has a considerable weight depending on the situation. In particular, the weight of this type of door can reach 300 kg. However, in order to move the door, only a small drive motor equipped with a shift gear having a gear ratio of 8: 1 is required. But this type of gear may not be enough to lift the door. For this purpose, an additional slider crank gear is required, in which linear motion can be converted into rotational motion, and in the end a fairly large shift can be achieved by the slider crank gear. The same applies to a gearwheel drive device in which a plurality of gearwheels are arranged in series.

The drive device according to the invention can be a rotary drive or a linear drive. In general, a rotary drive, in particular a geared motor, is used in which the shift is through a worm gear and drives one cogwheel. The carriage is fixed to the gearwheel and the door is moved by the carriage as already mentioned in the introduction. Preferably, a step motor is used which can be driven at the correct position and also detect several positions.

In one refinement, optionally a first lifting gear with a lock is provided in the frame of the door for manual operation. The lifting gear includes a nut, the handle of which is fixed to the nut, by which the lifting armature can be operated. In this way the window or door can be manually lifted and then moved.

In one refinement, the slider crank gear meshes with the second lifting gear. The movement of the carriage, which is converted into the rotational motion by the slider crank gear, is likewise introduced into the nut, such that the rotation of the nut causes lifting of the door as in the first lifting gear. In this way the door can be lifted electrically.

Preferably the two lifting gears are formed identically so that the individual parts of the gears can be used not only for the first lifting gear but also for the second lifting gear. Thereby, the number of different parts required for the armature according to the invention is reduced.

In one refinement, the lifting gear comprises a crimp nut with a nut extension, and a slider crank gear drives the crimp nut. Since the driving of the crimping nut by the slider crank gear coincides with the manual turning of the handle, the manual actuation and the electric actuation eventually drive the same parts.

The nut extension is preferably connected to the bar via a pivot pin, the bar engages the tension rod, the tension rod being movably disposed behind the sleeve rail and connected to the sliding shoe. Through the tension rod, a lifting mechanism provided in the sliding shoe is activated and the door is lifted or lowered. The nut extension and the bar form an additional transmission gear, whereby the 90 ° rotational movement of the nut translates into a relatively large movement of the tension rod.

According to the invention the tension rod is also connected with the nut extension of the first lifting gear. When the door is electrically lifted, not only the second lifting gear but also the first lifting gear work together to displace the handle from the stationary position to the pivoted position, so that the position of the handle knows the lifting position of the window or door.

Preferably the lifting gear does not stop automatically in the final position. Thus, even in the case of an electric drive, no separate unlocking device or stopping device is required even if the armature has to be moved from its final position.

In order to safely protect the armature in the lifting and moving positions, the slider crank gear comprises a guide pin according to the invention, which guide pin is guided inside the linear connecting link in the movement phase of the gear operation. The linear connecting link prevents the door from falling when the door is not in the closed position. This means that when the guide pin is in the linear connecting link, the operation of the drive is converted only to the movement movement.

According to the invention, the carriage for moving a window or door is also guided in the connecting link used as a sliding rail.

In one refinement, the slider crank gear is driven by the carriage. The carriage is thus used not only for lifting the frame but also for moving the frame. The connection or engagement of the carriage with the window sills or doors is via a slider crank gear that engages the second lifting gear.

According to the invention, the guide pin is guided into the linear connecting link via the control connecting link during the lifting phase of the gear operation. The control connecting link functions to maintain its closed position during the door lifting phase so that it can only be moved after the door is fully lifted. This function is performed when the guide pin is inserted into the linear connecting link.

In one preferred embodiment the lifting gears are mechanically connected to one another, for example by tension rods. Thus, the lifting gears operate simultaneously regardless of which lifting gear is operated.

Further advantages, features and individual details of the invention are mentioned in the following description in which particular preferred embodiments are described in detail in the dependent claims and with reference to the drawings. The features shown in the drawings and referred to in the claims and the description may each be important to the invention individually as well as in any combination.

1 collectively shows a door marked 10, which comprises a fixed door 12 and a movable support door 14. The movably supported door 14 includes sliding shoes (not shown) on its lower surface, the sliding shoes being rolled on the rail 16 and including a lifting device, by the lifting device The movable door 14 can be lifted from the position shown in FIG. 1. In the position shown in FIG. 1, the movable door 14 seals the periphery with the fixed frame and the fixed door 12. The handle 20 is pivotally supported by the frame 18 of the movable door 14, and the handle 20 is pivoted by 90 ° clockwise (i.e., in a horizontal position). Can be lifted by the handle. The lifted door 14 can then be moved to the right in the state shown in FIG. 1. The handle 20 acts in conjunction with the first lifting gear 22 and this interaction is described in more detail later.

1 also shows a slider crank gear 24 that works in conjunction with the second lifting gear 26 and is connected to the carriage 28. The carriage 28 is guided to move horizontally in the rail 30 as shown in FIG.

As can also be seen in FIG. 2, the slider crank gear 24 consists of a first bar 32 and a second bar 34, in which case the first bar 32 is formed of the carriage 28. It is fixed to the swivel bearing 36, and the second bar 34 is inserted into the nut 40 of the second lifting gear 26 by the square member 38. Finally the two bars 32 and 34 comprise one guide pin 42 which performs the operation indicated by the arrow 44 when the carriage 28 moves to the right. At this time, the downward movement of the guide pin 42 is supported by the control connecting link 46, so that the guide pin 42 is safely guided downward in the direction of the slide rail 30.

3 shows an open second lifting gear 26, in which the nut 40 is rotatably supported, with the nut extension 48 being fixed to the nut. A pivot bearing 50 is present in the nut extension 48, and a bar 52 is pivotably connected to the bearing. The bar 52 includes a nose 54 protruding from the second lifting gear 26, to which a tension rod 56 (FIG. 5) can be connected. When the nut 40 is rotated 90 ° clockwise in the clockwise direction by the square member 38 of the slider crank gear 24, the nut extension 48 is pivoted to pull the bar 52 upward.

FIG. 4 shows the first lifting gear 22 in the open position, in which case the first lifting gear 22 likewise comprises a nut 58, in which the square member of the handle 20 is located. Is supported. The nut 58 also includes a nut extension 60 having a slew bearing 62, with a bar 64 connected to the slew bearing. The bar 64 is likewise provided with a nose 66, by which the tension rod 56 can be connected to the lifting gear by protruding from the lifting gear 22. This means that turning of the handle 20 also causes movement of the tension rod 56. In addition, the rotation of the nut extension 60 may be blocked by the use of a cylinder lock (not shown), but such an operation is not described in detail herein.

When the carriage 28 is moved in the direction A by the toothed belt 68 (FIG. 5) driven by the electric drive device 70 (FIG. 1) from the position shown in FIG. 2, the slider crank gear 24 extends. In this case, the guide pin 42 passes through the track indicated by the arrow 44. The guide pin 42 is inserted into the linear connecting link 72 through the opening 74 at the end of the control connecting link 46, which is formed by the rail 30. Inside the linear connecting link 72, the guide pin 42 can only move in the horizontal direction. Thus, the movement of the carriage 28 causes a linear movement of the two bars 32 and 34 and the second lifting gear 26 together, thereby opening the door 14 of the door 10. Open.

Correspondingly, the movement of the carriage 28 in the direction of the arrow Z causes a linear movement of the entire slider crank gear 24, whereby the door takes a closed position and the guide pin 42 passes through the opening 74. The door 14 is moved in the closing direction until it is out of the linear connecting link 72 and pivoted along the control connecting link 46 as opposed to the direction of the arrow 44. As soon as the second bar 34 is adjacent to the stopper 76, the slider crank gear 24 takes its final position.

The carriage 28 goes through a lifting step in which the door 14 is lifted and a moving step in which the door 14 is moved. In the lifting phase, the guide pin 42 passes through the movement track indicated by the arrow 44, and in the movement phase the guide pin 42 is located inside the linear connecting link 72 and the rail 30. However, since the guide pin 42 can escape the linear connecting link 72 only through the opening 74, there is no possibility that the door 14 is lowered during the movement phase.

The drive device 70 is thus used not only for raising and lowering the door 14 with only one carriage 28 but also for the movement of the door.

According to the present invention, not only the configuration cost of the electrically driven lifting mobile armature can be reduced, but also the aesthetic appeal of the electrically driven lifting mobile window or the lifting mobile door can be enhanced.

1 is a perspective view of a lifting sliding door having a door in a closed position;

FIG. 2 shows a partially enlarged perspective view of section II according to FIG. 1 showing a slider-crank gear; FIG.

3 is an enlarged view of a second lifting drive with which the slider crank gear is engaged;

4 is an enlarged view of the first lifting drive with the handle shown in FIG. 1 fixed;

5 shows a side view of section II according to FIG. 1 with the slider crank gear extended;

Explanation of symbols on the main parts of the drawings

10: door 12: fixed door

14: movable door 16: rail

18: frame 20: handle

22: first lifting gear 24: slider crank gear

26: second lifting gear 28: carriage

30: rail 32: first bar

34: 2nd bar 36: Slewing bearing

38: square member 40: nut

42: guide pin 44: arrow

46: control connecting link 48: nut extension

50: slewing bearing 52: bar

54: nose 56: tension rod

58: nut 60: nut extension

62: slewing bearing 64: bar

66: nose 68: toothed belt

70: drive unit 72: linear connecting link

74: opening 76: stopper

Claims (16)

  1. A window, having at least one sliding shoe disposed on the bottom surface of the door 14 of the window or door 10 and an electric drive 70 for moving the door 14 of the window or door 10. As a lifting mobile armature for the door 10,
    Lifting mobile armature, characterized in that the drive device (70) is connected via a gear to the lifting armature, such that a window or door (10) can be lifted by the drive device (70).
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the gear is a slider crank gear (24) or a cogwheel gear.
  3. The method according to claim 1 or 2,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the drive device (70) is a rotary drive or a linear drive.
  4. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    A lifting mobile armature, characterized in that a lifting gear (22) provided in the door frame and optionally with a lock is provided in the frame (18) of the door (14) of the door (10) for manual operation.
  5. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    Lifting movement armature, characterized in that the slider crank gear (24) is engaged with the second lifting gear (26).
  6. The method according to claim 4 and 5,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the two lifting gears (22 and 26) are formed identically.
  7. The method according to claim 5 or 6,
    Lifting armature, characterized in that the second lifting gear 26 comprises a crimping nut 40 with a nut extension 48 and the slider crank gear 24 drives the crimping nut 40. .
  8. The method of claim 7, wherein
    Lifting armature, characterized in that the nut extension (48) is connected with the bar (52) via the pivot pin (50), the bar engages a tension rod (56) connected with the sliding shoe.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    Lifting armature, characterized in that the tension rod (56) is engaged with the nut extension (60) of the first lifting gear (22).
  10. The method according to any one of claims 4 to 9,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the lifting gears (22 and 26) do not stop automatically in their final position.
  11. The method according to any one of claims 2 to 10,
    And the slider crank gear (24) comprises a guide pin (42), said guide pin being guided in a linear connecting link (72) in the step of gear movement.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    A lifting armature, characterized in that a carriage (28) for moving a window or door is guided in the connecting link (72).
  13. The method of claim 12,
    Lifting armature, characterized in that the slider crank gear (24) is driven by a carriage (28).
  14. The method according to any one of claims 11 to 13,
    Lifting armature, characterized in that the guide pin (42) is inserted into the linear connecting link (72) by the control connecting link (46) during the lifting phase of the gear operation.
  15. The method of claim 14,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the control connecting link (46) prevents the movement of the door (14) of the window or door (10).
  16. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 15 and 4 and 5,
    Lifting moving armature, characterized in that the lifting gears (22 and 26) are mechanically coupled to each other.
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