TWM467941U - Active-type touch control pen - Google Patents

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TWM467941U
TWM467941U TW102216466U TW102216466U TWM467941U TW M467941 U TWM467941 U TW M467941U TW 102216466 U TW102216466 U TW 102216466U TW 102216466 U TW102216466 U TW 102216466U TW M467941 U TWM467941 U TW M467941U
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Te-Hsiang Fang
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Active stylus (1)
This creation has a stylus for manipulating the touch panel. In particular, the pen device for the active stylus.
In order to accurately control small mobile electronic devices, such as smart phones, tablets, styluses were born.
The stylus is roughly divided into two types: passive and active. The active stylus requires a battery and a circuit board to generate electrical signals such as electric waves, current or voltage. When the tip of the stylus touches the panel, the generated electric wave will sense the panel and achieve the touch effect.
When the active stylus is used, the pen tip leaves the panel due to the user's unintentional motion and no force is applied, which may become a malfunction of the manipulation, which causes troubles in input commands.
In view of the above problems, the present invention provides an active stylus for use in a capacitive touch screen for controlling a capacitive touch screen, comprising: a switching device located at the tail of the active stylus, the switch An axial space is formed inside the device for accommodating a switching mechanism, wherein the switching mechanism selectively turns the active stylus into a state of being turned on or off; a main casing is sleeve-shaped and sleeved with the switch device , the sleeve has a first space And a head device having a head housing sleeved with the main housing, and having a second accommodating space along an axial direction for accommodating at least one stylus head, the tip device One end is open for the stylus tip to be exposed outside the pen tip housing, and the other end of the stylus pen receives the electrical signal, and the stylus pen head is stably supplied when the stylus pen head contacts the touch panel, wherein the stylus pen head is stably supplied At least consisting of a conductive member and a conductive rubber, the conductive rubber covering the conductive member, wherein the conductive member has a rod shape, has a head and a neck, and the diameter of the neck is smaller than the diameter of the head.
Due to the design of the above stylus, the malfunction in use can be avoided.
111‧‧‧Switching device
113‧‧‧Main housing
115‧‧‧ pen head device
117‧‧‧ stylus head
24‧‧‧ Conductive rods
22‧‧‧Electrical rubber
26‧‧‧Electrical fiber
25‧‧‧ pen housing
14‧‧‧LED light source
28‧‧‧ boards
23‧‧‧First Conductive Spring
12‧‧‧Battery
16‧‧‧ plastic sleeve
361,362‧‧‧first metal seat, second metal seat
32‧‧‧conductive spring
34‧‧‧Shell
30‧‧‧Metal inner tube
38‧‧‧Plastic outer tube
35,39‧‧‧first conductive metal pressing member, second conductive metal pressing member
36‧‧‧ Stator
37‧‧‧ plastic kit
333‧‧‧Cylinder
222‧‧‧ oblique groove
31‧‧‧ Third Conductive Spring
33‧‧‧Second conductive spring
119‧‧‧ forward/reverse screw
555‧‧‧Forward/reverse device
Figure 1 reveals the combined diagram of the creation.
Figure 2 discloses a detailed combination of the writing device of the present invention.
Fig. 3(A) is a detailed view of the combination of the switching device in the first state in the present invention.
Fig. 3(B) is a detailed view showing the detail of the switching device in the second state in the present creation.
As shown in FIG. 1 , the active stylus used in the capacitive touch screen is for controlling a capacitive touch screen, comprising a switch device 111 , a main housing 113 , a circuit board 28 and a The tip device 115. The circuit board 28 can be housed in the space of the main housing 113 or the tip device 115.
The switching device 111 is located at the tail of the active stylus. The switching device 111 defines an axial space for accommodating a switching mechanism. The switching mechanism selectively turns the active stylus into a state of being turned on or off. Please refer to the description of the operation of FIGS. 3(A) and (B) as will be described later.
The main housing 113 is sleeve-shaped and sleeved with the switch device 111. The sleeve has a first receiving space for receiving the battery 12, the first conductive spring 23 or the circuit board 28. Battery 12 via the first A conductive spring 23 provides power to the circuit board 28. The circuit board 28 has associated circuitry and LED light source 14 for generating associated electrical signals, such as electrical signals, and selectively illuminating the LED light source 14.
As shown in FIG. 1 or FIG. 2, the pen head device 115 has a head housing 25 that is sleeved with the main housing 113, and has a second accommodating space along the axial direction for accommodating at least one stylus pen 117. Or the circuit board 28, one end of the pen head device 115 is open for the stylus pen head 117 to be exposed outside the pen head housing 25, and the other end of the stylus pen head 117 receives the electric signal when the stylus pen head 117 is in contact with the touch panel When the electrical signal is stably supplied, the stylus pen 117 is composed of at least one conductive member 24 and a conductive rubber 22, and the conductive rubber 22 covers the conductive member, wherein the conductive member 24 has a rod shape and has a head and In a neck, the diameter of the neck is smaller than the diameter of the head, as shown in Figure 2. The reason why the diameter of the neck is designed to be smaller than the diameter of the head is because the size of the signal emitted by the neck can be reduced, and the signal (such as electric wave) emitted by the neck can be prevented from being detected by the touch panel. Therefore, the malfunction of the operation is avoided.
The conductive member 117 further includes a shoulder having one end that bears a corresponding end of the circuit board 28. As shown in Figure 2.
In another embodiment, the tip housing 25 and the main housing 113 may be integrally formed to form a single housing. This example is also within the scope of the present invention.
The stylus can further include a conductive fiber 26 covering the conductive rubber 22 to provide stable, precise electrical signal manipulation.
As shown in FIG. 2, an associated electrical signal, such as an electrical wave signal, is transmitted from the stylus tip 117 via conductive rubber 22, conductive member 24, and/or conductive fibers 26. If the conductive rubber 22 (or the conductive fiber 26) is in contact with the touch panel during the launch, the signal is detected by the relevant circuit of the panel, and the intermediate surface of the mobile electronic device is achieved. purpose, efficacy.
Another embodiment shown in FIG. 2, wherein the circuit board 28 is received in the accommodating space of the pen head device 115, wherein the shoulder of the conductive rod member 24 bears a corresponding end of the circuit board 28 to Receive signals.
As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the pen tip device 115 can include a first conductive spring 23 received in the second accommodating space and respectively holding the other end of the circuit board 28 and an electrode of the battery 12 for The power of the battery 12 is output to the circuit board 28.
As shown in FIG. 3(A) and FIG. 1, the switch device 111 includes a forward/reverse device 555, a metal inner tube 30, a plastic outer tube 38, and a plastic sleeve 16. The plastic sleeve 16 is screwed onto the thread of the stator 36. The advancing/retracting device 555 includes a first conductive metal pressing member 35, a second conductive spring 33, a second metal pressing member 39, a first metal seat 361, a second metal seat 362, a third conductive spring 31, and can be advanced/retracted. Screw 119.
When the user rotates the plastic outer tube 38 to a position and enters an engaging position, as shown in FIG. 3(A), at this time, the screw 119 is forward, and the cylinder 333 is at the highest point of the inclined groove 222, advancing/ The backing device 555 is at the first dead point, so that the first conductive metal pressing member 35 presses the battery 12. The overall state at this time is as shown in FIG. 3(A), and the circuit is in a conducting state, and the LED light source 14 is illuminated and electrically conductive. The rubber 22 then transmits a signal. At this time, the third conductive spring 31 is in a relaxed state.
When the user rotates the plastic outer tube 38 to be disengaged from the above-mentioned engagement position to another position, as shown in FIG. 3(B), at this time, the screw 119 is rearward, and the cylinder 333 is at the lowest point of the oblique groove 222. The forward/reverse device 555 is at the second dead point, so that the first conductive metal pressing member 35 fails to contact the pressing battery 12. The overall state at this time is the power-off state, the LED light source 14 is extinguished, and the conductive rubber 22 does not transmit the telecommunications. number. At this time, the third conductive spring 31 is in a compressed state.
According to an embodiment, the oblique groove 222 is provided on the stator 36, and the column 333 is disposed on the screw 119 as shown in Figs. 3(A) and 3(B). Alternatively, the inclined grooves 222 may be provided on the forward/reverse screw 119, and the cylinder 333 is disposed on the stator 36, which is covered by the present invention.
117‧‧‧ stylus head
24‧‧‧ Conductive metal seat
22‧‧‧Soft conductive adhesive
26‧‧‧Electrical fiber
25‧‧‧ pen housing
14‧‧‧LED light source
28‧‧‧ boards
23‧‧‧First Conductive Spring

Claims (10)

  1. An active stylus for use in a capacitive touch screen for controlling a capacitive touch screen includes: a switch device located at the tail of the active stylus; an axial space is formed inside the switch device for Accommodating a switching mechanism, the switching mechanism can selectively turn the active stylus into a state of being turned on or off; a main casing is sleeve-shaped and sleeved with the switch device, and the sleeve has a first capacity therein a space for accommodating a battery; a circuit board for generating a signal; and a head device having a head housing that is sleeved with the main housing and having a second accommodating space along an axial direction for Having at least one touch pen tip, the pen tip device has an opening for the touch pen head to be exposed outside the pen head housing, and the other end of the touch pen head receives the electric signal, and is stable when the touch pen head is in contact with the touch panel The stylus head is composed of at least one conductive member and a conductive rubber, and the conductive rubber covers the conductive member, wherein the conductive member has a rod shape, has a head and a neck, and a neck portion Small diameter Diameter of the head.
  2. The stylus according to claim 1, wherein the switching mechanism has a forward/reverse device, and the forward/reverse device includes a forward/reverse screw and a stator, and an oblique groove is disposed on the stator, and a column The body is disposed on the screw, and the forward/reverse device is at the first dead point when the column is selectively at the highest point of the inclined groove.
  3. The stylus of claim 1, wherein the stylus further includes a first conductive spring received in the second accommodating space and respectively holding the other end of the circuit board and the stylus An electrode of the battery for outputting the power of the battery to the circuit board.
  4. The stylus according to claim 1, wherein the switch device comprises a forward/reverse device, and when the user rotates the switch device, the stylus can be powered off or on.
  5. The stylus according to claim 4, wherein the advancing/retracting device comprises a cylinder and a slanting groove for accommodating the cylinder therein, when the cylinder is selectively at a dead point of the oblique groove, The stylus can be powered off or on.
  6. The stylus according to claim 5, wherein the oblique groove is disposed in the stator.
  7. The stylus of claim 1, wherein the circuit board is receivable in a space of the main housing or the pen tip device.
  8. The stylus according to claim 1, wherein the stylus further comprises a conductive fiber covering the conductive rubber.
  9. An active stylus for use in a capacitive touch screen for controlling a capacitive touch screen includes: a switch device located at the tail of the active stylus; an axial space is formed inside the switch device for Having a switching mechanism that selectively turns the active stylus into a state of being turned on or off; a circuit board for generating a telecommunication signal; The head device has a head housing which is slightly sleeved and sleeved with the switch device. The pen head housing has a first receiving space for accommodating the battery, and the pen head device has a second capacity along an axial direction. a space for accommodating at least one stylus pen, the pen device having an opening for exposing the stylus tip to the outside of the pen housing, the other end of the stylus pen receiving the electrical signal, and the stylus pen and the touch panel When the contact is made, the electrical signal is stably supplied, wherein the stylus head is composed of at least one conductive member and a conductive rubber, and the conductive rubber covers the conductive member, wherein the conductive member has a rod shape, has a head and a neck The diameter of the neck is smaller than the diameter of the head.
  10. The stylus according to claim 9, wherein the switching mechanism has a forward/reverse device, and the forward/reverse device includes a forward/reverse screw and a stator, and an oblique groove is disposed on the stator, and a column The body is disposed on the screw, and the forward/reverse device is at the first dead point when the column is selectively at the highest point of the inclined groove.
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