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TWI554184B
TWI554184B TW103143574A TW103143574A TWI554184B TW I554184 B TWI554184 B TW I554184B TW 103143574 A TW103143574 A TW 103143574A TW 103143574 A TW103143574 A TW 103143574A TW I554184 B TWI554184 B TW I554184B
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李明剛
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The present invention relates to a server, and more particularly to a server including a slide rail bracket and a slide tray.

With the development of the network, the development of servers for the network has also received considerable attention. In the server cabinet currently used, multiple sets of servers are installed. The hard disk array of the server and other modules are placed on the sliding tray of the server. The sliding tray is connected to the rail bracket by a slide rail, so that the sliding tray can slide into or out of the accommodating space formed by the rail bracket relative to the slide rail bracket of the server. The rail bracket is detachably mounted inside the server cabinet through the rail. In this way, the user can pull the sliding tray from the accommodating space formed by the rail bracket and expose it to the outside of the server casing for easy maintenance of the hard disk array and other modules.

However, when the hard disk array and other modules carried by the sliding tray require large-scale maintenance or even replacement, or when the rail bracket needs to be repaired or replaced, the user must take the server from the server cabinet. Move out. Before removing the server from the server cabinet, the sliding tray must be completely separated from the housing space formed by the rail bracket to continue to drive the rail bracket out of the servo housing. In this way, the slide rail connecting the sliding tray and the slide rail bracket must be offset to withstand the entire weight of the entire sliding tray and the module thereon, so that the slide rail exists. There are problems with easy bending and deformation. In addition, it takes a long time for the server to be completely removed from the server cabinet after the sliding tray is completely separated from the accommodating space.

The present invention relates to a server, and more particularly to a server including a slide rail bracket and a sliding tray to solve the problem that the server is not easily disassembled and easily deformed and damaged during the disassembly process.

The server of one embodiment of the present invention is suitable for being mounted on a rail of a cabinet. The server includes a slide bracket and a sliding tray. The rail bracket is detachably disposed on the rail of the cabinet. The slide bracket includes two side frames and two sync pieces. The two side frames are slidably disposed on the guide rails of the cabinet. The front ends of the two side frames each have a first fixing hole. The two sync plates each have a second fixing hole and a limiting surface. The two synchronizing sheets are respectively slidably disposed on the front ends of the two side frames with respect to the two side frames, and have a fixed position and a free position. In the fixed position, the first fixing hole is opposite to the second fixing hole. In the free position, the first fixing hole is misaligned with the second fixing hole. The sliding tray comprises a body and a second limiting column. The two limiting columns are respectively fixed on opposite sides of the body and disposed toward the two synchronization pieces of the sliding rail bracket. When the sliding tray is inserted into the rail of the cabinet along with the rail bracket, the limiting post passes over the limiting surface to move the timing piece from the free position to the fixed position. At this time, the synchronization piece is located on the front side of the sliding tray, and is fastened to the opening of one of the front portions of the cabinet by a firmware passing through the first fixing hole and the second fixing hole. When the first fixing hole, the second fixing hole and the opening are used to release the firmware of the front part of the cabinet, and the sliding tray is taken out of the cabinet along with the sliding rail bracket, the synchronization piece is moved from the fixed position to the free position to make the limit The column stops at the limiting surface, so that the sliding tray and the rail bracket are pulled away from the cabinet.

In the server of one embodiment of the present invention, the two side frames of the slide rail bracket each have a guiding post. The two sync blades each have a guide groove. When the timing piece moves from the fixed position to the free position relative to the two side frames, the guiding column moves relative to the guiding groove in a first direction, so that the first fixing hole and the second fixing hole are offset from the opposite position to the phase. When the timing piece moves from the free position to the fixed position relative to the two side frames, the guiding column moves relative to the guiding slot in a second direction, so that the first fixing hole and the second fixing hole are phase-shifted to the opposite position.

In the server of one embodiment of the present invention, the extending direction of the guide groove is perpendicular to the sliding direction of the slide tray relative to the slide rail bracket.

In a server according to an embodiment of the invention, the slide rail bracket further comprises two rail members. The two rail members are respectively located on the two side frames. The sliding tray further includes two sliding members. The two sliding members are respectively located on opposite sides of the sliding tray. The two sliding members are respectively matched to the two sliding rail members to slide the sliding tray on the sliding rail bracket.

In the server of the embodiment of the invention, the two sync blades each have a bottom edge and a limit slot. The limiting groove is recessed inward from the bottom edge. The limiting surface is a groove wall surface forming a limiting groove. The sliding tray is pulled out of the cabinet in a direction away from it. The limiting surface faces in the opposite direction to the extraction direction.

In the server of the embodiment of the invention, the limiting slot further has a first guiding slope and a bottom surface. The first guiding slope and the bottom surface are respectively connected with the bottom edge and the limiting surface, and the angle between the first guiding inclined surface and the bottom surface is an obtuse angle. The limiting surface is orthogonal to the bottom surface.

In the server of an embodiment of the present invention, the two sync blades further have a first Two guide slopes. The second guiding slope is connected to the limiting surface, and the angle between the second guiding inclined surface and the limiting surface is an acute angle.

In the server of the embodiment of the present invention, when the two timing pieces are respectively located at the fixed positions, the two limiting columns respectively abut against the bottom edges of the two timing pieces to make the first fixing holes and the second fixing holes face each other.

In the server of the embodiment of the present invention, when the two sync plates are respectively located in the free position, the two limit posts respectively stop on the limiting faces of the two sync plates to displace the first fixing holes and the second fixing holes.

In the server of one embodiment of the present invention, the guide rail is an L-shaped bracket and is disposed opposite to the cabinet.

According to the server disclosed in the above invention, when the sliding tray is moved outward from the server cabinet, the limiting posts of the sliding tray and the limiting surfaces of the timing pieces of the sliding rail bracket abut each other. In this way, the rail bracket is interlocked with the sliding tray and synchronized with the sliding tray by the servo cabinet, so that the sliding rail can more uniformly bear the entire weight of the entire sliding tray and the module thereon, avoiding the sliding rail. The problem of compression and bending deformation and shortening the time required to disassemble the servo.

The features, implementations, and utilities of the present invention are described in detail below with reference to the drawings.

10‧‧‧ cabinet

11‧‧‧ cabinet

111‧‧‧ inner wall

1111‧‧‧ inner wall front end

112‧‧‧ accommodating space

113‧‧‧ openings

114‧‧‧Perforation

12‧‧‧ rails

13‧‧‧ Firmware

20‧‧‧Server

21‧‧‧Slide bracket

211‧‧‧ side border

2111‧‧‧ side frame front end

21111‧‧‧First fixing hole

21112‧‧‧Lock hole

21113‧‧‧ Guide column

212‧‧‧Synchronized film

2121‧‧‧Second fixing hole

2122‧‧‧ bottom edge

2123‧‧‧Limited slot

21231‧‧‧Limited surface

Figure 1 is a perspective view of a server in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 2 is an exploded view of a server in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 3 is an exploded view of a slide rail bracket of a server in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

4 to 6 are cross-sectional views showing the mounting of a servo according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 7 is a perspective perspective view of the sync blade of the server in a fixed position in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

8 to 10 are schematic views showing the disassembly of the servo according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Figure 11 is a perspective perspective view of the sync blade of the server in a free position in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

The detailed features and advantages of the present invention are set forth in the Detailed Description of the Detailed Description of the <RTIgt; </ RTI> <RTIgt; </ RTI> </ RTI> </ RTI> <RTIgt; The objects and advantages associated with the present invention can be readily understood by those skilled in the art. The following examples are intended to further illustrate the present invention, but are not intended to limit the scope of the invention in any way.

1 to 3, FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a server according to an embodiment of the present invention. Figure 2 is an exploded view of a server in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. Figure 3 is an exploded view of a slide rail bracket of a server in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention.

The server 20 of an embodiment of the invention is detachably disposed in a cabinet 10 in. In detail, the cabinet 10 includes a cabinet 11, a plurality of rails 12, and a plurality of firmwares 13. The cabinet 11 has two inner wall surfaces 111 on opposite sides and facing each other, an accommodating space 112, an opening 113, and a plurality of through holes 114. The two inner wall surfaces 111 form an accommodating space 112 and an opening 113 that enters and exits the accommodating space 112. A plurality of guide rails 12 are respectively arranged and fixed to the two inner wall surfaces 111 at intervals. The servo 20 can pass through the opening 113 through the inner wall front end 1111 of the two inner wall surfaces 111, and enters the accommodating space 112 of the cabinet 11 along the two opposite rails 12 on the two inner wall surfaces 111. A plurality of perforations 114 are respectively located at the front end 1111 of the inner wall surface for locking a plurality of firmwares 13. In this embodiment, the guide rail 12 is an L-shaped bracket, but is not limited thereto. In other embodiments of the invention, the rails can also be other forms of rails.

The server 20 includes a slide bracket 214 and a slide tray 22.

The rail bracket 214 includes two side frames 211, two timing pieces 212 and two rail members 213. The two side frames 211 are detachably disposed on the two opposite guide rails 12 on the two inner wall surfaces 111 of the cabinet 11 respectively. The two rail members 213 are disposed opposite to each other on the two side frames 211. The extending direction of the rail member 213 is parallel to the direction in which the servo 20 enters and exits the receiving space 112 in the cabinet 11 along the guide rail 12.

The side frame 211 has a first fixing hole 21111, a locking hole 21112 and at least one guiding post 21113 at the front end 2111 of the side frame near the opening 113. The guide posts 21113 on the two side frames 211 are respectively opposed to each other at the front end 2111 of the two side frames. In this embodiment, the number of the guiding posts 21113 on the side frame 211 is two, but not limited thereto. In other embodiments of the invention, the number of guide columns may be one or more than three.

The timing piece 212 has a second fixing hole 2121, a bottom edge 2122, a limiting slot 2123, a second guiding surface 2124 and at least one guiding slot 2125. The limiting groove 2123 is recessed from the bottom edge 2122 toward the center of the sync piece 212. The opposite ends of the limiting slot 2123 are respectively connected to the bottom edge 2122 and the second guiding slope 2124. The limiting slot 2123 includes a limiting surface 21231, a bottom surface 21232 and a first guiding slope 21233. In other words, the limiting surface 21231, the bottom surface 21232, and the first guiding slope 21233 are groove wall surfaces of the limiting groove 2123. The limiting surface 21231 faces the server 20 in the direction in which the two rails 12 enter the cabinet 11. One end of the limiting surface 21231 is connected to the second guiding inclined surface 2124 and forms an acute angle with the second guiding inclined surface 2124. The other end of the limiting surface 21231 is connected to one end of the bottom surface 21232. The angle between the limiting surface 21231 and the bottom surface 21232 is equal to 90 degrees (the limiting surface 21231 is orthogonal to the bottom surface 21232). The other end of the bottom surface 21232 is connected to one end of the first lead inclined surface 21233 and forms an obtuse angle. The opposite end of the first guiding slope 21233 is connected to the bottom edge 2122. In this embodiment, the angle between the limiting surface 21231 and the bottom surface 21232 is equal to 90 degrees, but is not limited thereto. In other embodiments of the invention, the angle between the limiting surface and the bottom surface is less than 90 degrees.

The number of the guide grooves 2125 of the two timing pieces 212 matches the number of the guide posts 21113 at the front end 2111 of the two side frames. Two guide frames 21113 of the two side frames 211 are respectively disposed in the guide grooves 2125 of the two timing pieces 212, so that the two synchronization pieces 212 are slidably disposed on the front side edges 2111 of the two side frames respectively. The extending direction of the guide groove 2125 is perpendicular to the direction in which the servo 20 enters and exits the space 112 of the cabinet 11 along the guide rail 12. The guide groove 2125 has a top section 21251 and a bottom section 21252 connected to each other. The top section 21251 is located on the side opposite to the direction of gravity, while the bottom The segment is on the same side as the direction of gravity. Therefore, the direction in which the timing piece 212 slides relative to the side frame 211 is also perpendicular to the direction in which the servo 20 enters and exits the space 112 of the cabinet 11 along the guide rail 12. In this embodiment, the number of the guiding slots 2125 is two but not limited thereto. In other embodiments of the present invention, the number of the guide grooves may be one or more than three.

In this way, each of the syncets 212 has a fixed position and a free position at the front end 2111 of each side frame. When the timing pieces 212 are in the fixed position, the guiding posts 21113 are respectively located in the bottom portions 21252 of the guiding grooves 2125, and the first fixing holes 21111 are opposite to the second fixing holes 2121. At this time, the firmware 13 can be inserted into the first fixing hole 21111 and the second fixing hole 2111 of the opposite position, and locked to the through hole 114 of the front end surface 1111 of the inner wall surface, so that the synchronization piece 212 is fixed at the fixed position and the side frame. The 211 is fixed in the accommodating space 112 in the cabinet 11 . In contrast, when the timing piece 212 is in the free position, each of the guiding posts 21113 is located in each of the top segments 21251 of the guiding grooves 2125, and each of the first fixing holes 21111 is offset from each of the second fixing holes 2121. At this time, the first fixing hole 21111, the second fixing hole 2112 and the through hole 114 of the inner wall surface front end 1111 are not restricted by the firmware 13, so that the synchronization piece 212 can slide relative to the side frame 211, and the side frame 211 can also be opposite to the guide rail 12. The cabinet 11 slides.

The sliding tray 22 includes a body 221, two limiting posts 222 and two sliding members 223. When the sliding tray 22 is located in the accommodating space 112, one end of the body 221 near the opening 113 is the body front end 2211. The two limiting posts 222 are respectively located at the two body front ends 2211 of the opposite sides of the body 221 . Each of the limiting posts 222 is provided by each body front end 2211 It extends in the direction of the sync sheet 212. The two sliding members 223 are respectively located on opposite sides of the body 221. The extending direction of the slider 223 is parallel to the direction in which the servo 20 enters and exits the space 112 of the cabinet 11 along the guide rail 12. The two sliding members 223 are respectively matched with the two rail members 213 such that the sliding tray 22 is slidably disposed between the two side frames 211 of the rail bracket 21 .

Next, the operational relationship between the servo 20 and the components of the cabinet 10 when the server 20 is mounted will be described. Referring to FIGS. 4 to 7, FIG. 4 to FIG. 6 are cross-sectional views showing the mounting of the server according to an embodiment of the present invention. Figure 7 is a perspective perspective view of the sync blade of the server in a fixed position in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. Since the components of the server 20 and the left and right sides of the cabinet 10 are symmetrical to each other, the following is only for the action relationship of each component on one side, and the operation relationship of each component on the other side will not be described again.

When the server 20 is installed into the cabinet 10, the rail bracket 21 is first pushed into the accommodating space 112 by the opening 113 of the cabinet 11 along the guide rail 12. At this time, the sync piece 212 of the side frame front end 2111 is placed in a free position by the influence of gravity. The two guiding columns 21113 are respectively located at the two top sections 21251 of the two guiding grooves 2125. The first fixing hole 21111 is displaced from the second fixing hole 2121.

Next, the slider 223 is matched with the rail member 213 to push the slide tray 22 between the two side frames 211 in the accommodation space 112. As the sliding tray 22 moves into the accommodating space 112, the limiting post 222 is in contact with the second guiding inclined surface 2124 of the synchronization piece 212, and sequentially pushes the second guiding inclined surface 2124, the bottom surface 21232, and the first guiding portion of the synchronous piece 212. The slope 21233 and the bottom edge 2122.

When the sliding tray 22 is completely pushed into the accommodating space 112, the limiting post 222 pushes the bottom edge 2122 of the timing piece 212, so that the timing piece 212 is displaced to a fixed position in a direction opposite to the direction of gravity. At this time, the two guiding columns 21113 are respectively located at the two bottom sections 21252 of the two guiding grooves 2125. The first fixing hole 21111 is opposite to the second fixing hole 2121.

Finally, a firmware 13 is disposed in the first fixing hole 21111 and the second fixing hole 2112 of the opposite position, and is locked to the through hole 114 of the front end 1111 of the inner wall surface, so that the synchronization piece 212 is fixed at the fixed position and the side frame 211 is fixed. In the accommodating space 112 in the cabinet 11 . As a result, the slide tray 22 slides relative to the slide bracket 21 of the cabinet 11 through the mutually matching sliders 223 and the rail members 213. In addition, in the embodiment, the other fasteners 13 are disposed in the locking holes 21112 and are fastened to the through holes 114 of the front end 1111 of the inner wall surface to enhance the fixing of the side frame 211, but not limited thereto. In other embodiments of the present invention, a single firmware may be used for fixing, or three or more firmwares may be used for fixing.

Next, the operational relationship between the servo 20 and the components of the cabinet 10 when the server 20 is detached will be described. Please refer to FIG. 8 to FIG. 11 . FIG. 8 to FIG. 10 are schematic diagrams showing the disassembly of the server according to an embodiment of the present invention. Figure 11 is a perspective perspective view of the sync blade of the server in a free position in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention. Since the components of the server 20 and the left and right sides of the cabinet 10 are symmetrical to each other, the following is only for the action relationship of each component on one side, and the operation relationship of each component on the other side will not be described again.

When the server 20 is removed, the firmware 13 is first removed to remove The fixing between the timing piece 212 and the side frame 211 and the fixing between the side frame 211 and the cabinet 11 are performed.

Next, the slide tray 22 is pulled away from the accommodation space 112 in the direction of the opening 113. At this time, as the sliding tray 22 moves outside the accommodating space 112 and the synchronization piece 212 falls by gravity, the limiting post 222 sequentially pushes the bottom edge 2122, the first guiding slope 21233, and the bottom surface 21232 of the timing piece 212. The plane 21231. Since the limiting surface 21231 is opposite to the direction in which the sliding tray 22 is pulled away, the angle between the upper limiting surface 21231 and the bottom surface 21232 is equal to 90 degrees, so that the limiting surface 21231 stops the limiting post 222 in the limiting slot 2123.

Then, the slide tray 22 is continuously pulled away from the accommodating space 112 toward the opening 113. Since the limiting surface 21231 stops the limiting post 222 in the limiting slot 2123, the sliding tray 22 and the rail bracket 21 cannot move relative to each other in the direction in which the sliding tray 22 is pulled away. As a result, the slide rail bracket 21 is driven by the slide tray 22, and is synchronously separated from the cabinet 11 by the guide rail 12 in the accommodating space 112, so that the server 20 and the cabinet 10 are separated from each other.

In summary, according to the server disclosed in the present invention, when the sliding tray is moved outward from the server cabinet, the limiting posts of the sliding tray and the limiting surfaces of the timing pieces of the sliding rail bracket abut each other. In this way, the rail bracket is interlocked with the sliding tray and is separated from the sliding tray by the servo cabinet, so that the sliding rail can more uniformly bear the entire weight of the entire sliding tray and the module thereon, avoiding the sliding rail. The problem of compression and bending deformation and shortening the time required to disassemble the servo.

Although the present invention has been disclosed above in the preferred embodiment of the foregoing, It is not intended to limit the invention, and any skilled person in the art can make some modifications and refinements without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. The definition is final.

10‧‧‧ cabinet

11‧‧‧ cabinet

111‧‧‧ inner wall

1111‧‧‧ inner wall front end

112‧‧‧ accommodating space

113‧‧‧ openings

114‧‧‧Perforation

12‧‧‧ rails

13‧‧‧ Firmware

20‧‧‧Server

21‧‧‧Slide bracket

22‧‧‧Sliding tray

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  1. A servo device is mounted on a rail of a cabinet, the server includes: a rail bracket, the rail bracket is detachably disposed on the rail of the cabinet, and the rail bracket includes The two side frames are oppositely disposed on the guide rails of the cabinet, and the front ends of the side frames each have a first fixing hole, each of the side frames has a guiding post; and two timing pieces each having a second fixing hole a limiting surface and a guiding slot, and the synchronization pieces are slidably disposed at the front ends of the side frames respectively opposite to the side frames, and the synchronization pieces each have a fixed position and a free position, and in the fixed position The first fixing hole is opposite to the second fixing hole. When the free position is in the free position, the first fixing hole is misaligned with the second fixing hole, and the synchronization pieces are respectively separated from the side frames. When the fixed positions are moved to the free positions, the guiding posts are relatively moved in the guiding grooves in a first direction, so that the first fixing holes and the second fixing holes are offset from the opposite position to the phase. When the sync blades are respectively opposite to the sides When the frames are respectively moved from the free positions to the fixed positions, the guiding columns are relatively moved in the guiding grooves in a second direction, so that the first fixing holes and the second fixing holes are phased. And a sliding tray comprising a body and a second limiting column, wherein the limiting posts are respectively fixed on opposite sides of the body and disposed toward the synchronization pieces of the sliding rail bracket, wherein When the sliding tray is inserted into the guide rail of the cabinet, the limiting posts respectively pass over the limiting surfaces, so that the synchronization pieces are respectively moved from the free positions to the fixed positions. Position, at this time, the synchronization pieces are located on the front side of the sliding tray, and are respectively fixed through the first fixing holes and the second fixing holes by two firmwares and are fixed on the two openings of the front part of the cabinet. The first fixing holes, the second fixing holes and the openings respectively release the firmware of the front part of the cabinet, and when the sliding tray is taken out of the cabinet along with the sliding rail bracket, the synchronization pieces Moving from the fixed positions to the free positions respectively, the limiting posts respectively stop at the limiting surfaces, so that the sliding tray and the sliding rail bracket are pulled out of the cabinet together.
  2. The server of claim 1, wherein the guiding grooves extend in a direction perpendicular to a sliding direction of the sliding tray relative to the sliding rail bracket.
  3. The server of claim 1, wherein the slide rail bracket further comprises two slide rail members, wherein the slide rail members are respectively located on the side frames, and the slide tray further comprises two slide members, the slide members respectively Located on opposite sides of the sliding tray, the sliding members are respectively matched to the sliding rail members to slide the sliding tray to the sliding rail bracket.
  4. The server of claim 1, wherein the plurality of sync blades further have a bottom edge and a limit slot, wherein the limit slot is recessed inwardly from the bottom edge, and the limit surface respectively forms the limit a slot wall of the slot, the sliding tray is pulled out of the cabinet in a pulling direction, and the limiting surface faces in a direction opposite to the pulling direction.
  5. The server of claim 4, wherein the limiting slots further have a first guiding slope and a bottom surface, wherein the first guiding slope and the bottom surface are respectively connected to the bottom edge and the limiting surface, and the An angle between the inclined surface and the bottom surface is an obtuse angle, and the limiting surface is orthogonal to the bottom surface.
  6. The server of claim 4, wherein the plurality of sync blades each have a second lead inclined surface, the second lead inclined surface is connected to the limiting surface, and the second guiding inclined surface is at an acute angle with the limiting surface.
  7. The server of claim 4, wherein when the plurality of synchrographs are respectively located at the fixed positions, the plurality of limit posts respectively abut the bottom edges of the plurality of syncets to make the first fixed holes and The second fixing holes are opposite positions.
  8. The server of claim 4, wherein when the plurality of synchrographs are respectively located in the free positions, the limit posts respectively stop at the limit faces of the plurality of syncets to make the first fixing holes Displaced with the second fixing holes.
  9. The server of claim 1, wherein the rails are L-shaped brackets and are oppositely disposed in the cabinet.
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