TWM480108U - Active type touch pen capable of writing - Google Patents

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TWM480108U
TWM480108U TW102223874U TW102223874U TWM480108U TW M480108 U TWM480108 U TW M480108U TW 102223874 U TW102223874 U TW 102223874U TW 102223874 U TW102223874 U TW 102223874U TW M480108 U TWM480108 U TW M480108U
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Bo-Mao Ding
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    • G06F3/00Input arrangements for transferring data to be processed into a form capable of being handled by the computer; Output arrangements for transferring data from processing unit to output unit, e.g. interface arrangements
    • G06F3/01Input arrangements or combined input and output arrangements for interaction between user and computer
    • G06F3/03Arrangements for converting the position or the displacement of a member into a coded form
    • G06F3/033Pointing devices displaced or positioned by the user, e.g. mice, trackballs, pens or joysticks; Accessories therefor
    • G06F3/0354Pointing devices displaced or positioned by the user, e.g. mice, trackballs, pens or joysticks; Accessories therefor with detection of 2D relative movements between the device, or an operating part thereof, and a plane or surface, e.g. 2D mice, trackballs, pens or pucks
    • G06F3/03545Pens or stylus

Description

Writeable active stylus
This creation is about an active stylus, especially a proactive stylus that can be written.
The stylus is a common input device, which is often applied to devices with touch screens such as mobile phones, tablet computers, and graphics boards, and can even touch with the stylus on the touch screen. The pen is used to input text or drawing by hand on the touch screen. The combination of the stylus and the touch screen can replace most of the past work such as writing letters and paintings.
An active stylus is currently available on the market, which is passively operated by a conventional passive stylus to block the electric field lines between the drive electrodes and the sensing electrodes on a capacitive touch panel; The stylus generates an electric field between the driving electrode and the sensing line of a capacitive touch panel or as a sensing electrode to sense a coupling signal from the capacitive touch panel. The sensitivity and accuracy of the stylus to the capacitive stylus have been greatly improved.
Even though the past pen and paper writing work has gradually been replaced by stylus and touch screen, important procedures such as signing laws or contract documents still need to be done with paper and pen, and can not be changed in a short time, so many people In addition to the stylus, you must carry an extra pen to deal with unexpected needs.
In view of the above-mentioned defects of the existing stylus, the main purpose of the present invention is to provide a writeable active stylus.
The main technical means for achieving the above purpose is that the writeable active stylus includes: a stylus pen tube having a first end opening and a second end opening respectively formed at two ends; an active type The touch component is connected to the stylus tube and includes a stylus tip and a touch circuit electrically connected to the stylus tip, wherein the stylus tip is exposed at the first end opening; The writing pen is inserted into the stylus tube from the second end opening of the stylus tube, so that one end of the writing pen is received in the stylus tube.
The pen of the active stylus that can be written in this creation can be stored or extended according to the user's needs. When the user uses the touchpad, the pen of the unused pen can be inserted into the stylus. Inside the tube, in case the pen tip is damaged due to accidental fall. When the user wants to write on the paper, the pen head originally inserted in the stylus tube is extracted, and the pen tube of the stylus pen is inserted into the stylus tube to expose the pen head. Opening at the second end of the stylus tube. Through the above structure, the active stylus that can be written by the present invention can be written on the paper in addition to the touchpad.
Referring to FIGS. 1 , 2 , 3A and 3B , the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus capable of writing has a stylus tube 10 , an active touch component 20 and a writing pen 30 . .
A first end opening 11 and a second end opening 12 are respectively formed at two ends of the stylus tube 10 . In the first preferred embodiment, the stylus tube 10 further has a partitioning piece 13 and an inner pen tube 14 , wherein the separating piece 13 is a circular piece and is disposed on the stylus tube 10 . The stylus tube 10 and the separator 13 are made of a conductive metal material; the inner pen tube 14 is formed by a recessed hole 131 formed in the second end opening 12 . The outer diameter is smaller than the inner diameter of the stylus tube 10, and the inner pen tube 14 has an upper opening 141 and a lower opening 142. The inner pen tube 14 is inserted into the stylus from the second end opening 12. The separator 10 is sleeved in the tube 10, and the upper opening 141 is in communication with the second end opening 12. Moreover, the stylus tube 10 can be further provided with an ear hook portion 15 for facilitating the user to carry the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus pen that can be written.
The active touch component 20 has a touch pen head housing 21, a circuit board 22 with a touch circuit, and a battery 23, wherein the touch circuit is electrically connected to the touch pen head housing 21, and the touch The tip shell 21 is made of a conductive metal material.
The stylus head shell 21 is exposed to the first end opening 11 of the stylus tube 10, and one end thereof is screwed to the first end opening 11. In the first preferred embodiment, the stylus head housing 21 has a tip sheath 211, a fixing ring 212 and a switch hole 214. The nib sheath 211 and the fixing ring 212 are respectively disposed on The two ends of the stylus head housing 21 are permeable to light. The opposite sides of the stylus holder 212 are recessed in the axial direction of the stylus housing 21 to form an opposite fixing slot 213; the switch A hole 214 is formed through the stylus head case 21.
The circuit board 22 is disposed in the stylus head housing 21, and the opposite sides of the circuit board 22 are respectively engaged with the two fixing slots 213 of the fixing ring base 212. The upper end and the lower end of the circuit board 22 are respectively respectively A convex portion 221 and a concave portion 222 are formed. The circuit board 22 has a touch pen tip 223, a tip positioning sleeve 224, a push switch 225, a pressing end 226, a conductive spring 227, a conductive lead 228, and an indicator light 229. The nib positioning sleeve 224 is permeable to light and disposed in the recess 222. The stylus tip 223 is electrically connected to the circuit board 22, and one end of the stylus tip 223 is disposed on the nib positioning sleeve 224, and the other end protrudes from the nib sheath 211 on the stylus head housing 21. The pressing switch 225 is soldered to the circuit board 22, and the pressing end 226 is disposed on the pressing switch 225 and passes through the switch hole 214, and is exposed to the stylus head housing 21 for the user to press and control the active type. The touch function of the touch component 20 is turned on and off. When the pressing end 226 is pressed, the touch function of the active touch component 20 is activated. The conductive spring 227 is sleeved and soldered to the protrusion 221, and one end of the conductive lead 228 is soldered to the circuit board 22, and the other end abuts against the inner wall surface of the stylus head case 21. The indicator light 229 is an LED component and is soldered to the circuit board 22, and emits light when the circuit board 22 is activated. Light is transmitted to the light transmissive nib positioning sleeve 224 and the nib sheath 211. The nib sheath 211 visually produces an illuminating effect, so that the user can know the opening and closing of the circuit board 22 by observing whether the nib sheath 211 is illuminated.
The battery 23 is disposed in the stylus tube 10 and is located between the first end opening 11 and the partitioning sheet 13. The positive electrode of the battery 23 is in contact with the conductive spring 227, and the negative electrode is connected thereto. The separator 13 is in contact with the conductive lead 228 to electrically connect the positive and negative electrodes of the battery 23 to the circuit board 22 to provide electrical power for the circuit board 22.
The writing pen 30 has a writing pen tube 31, a top cover 32, a positioning tube 33, a core 34, a writing tip 35 and a writing head housing 35.
The writing pen tube 31 has two ends. The top cover 32 is disposed at one end of the writing tube 32. The positioning tube 33 is disposed in the writing pen tube 31 and has one end connected to the top cover 32. The refill 34 is attached. Inserted in the positioning tube 33, the writing head housing 35 is openly connected to the other end of the writing pen tube 31. One end of the writing tip 36 is connected to the free end of the writing lead 34, and the other end exposes the writing head housing. 35. A preferred method is to arrange the writing head housing 35 and the writing pen tube 31 to be threaded so that the writing head housing 35 is screwed to the writing pen tube 31. Moreover, in the first preferred embodiment, the refill 34 is any one of a ball pen refill, a pencil refill or a fluorescent pen refill.
As shown in FIG. 3A and FIG. 4A , when the user only needs to use the stylus function, the stylus pen 30 can have one end of the writing pen head shell 35 inserted into the inner pen from the upper opening 141 of the inner pen tube 14 . a tube 14 and the writing tip 35 is inserted into the nib receiving hole 131 of the partitioning piece 13, so that the writing pen 30 has one end of the writing head housing 35 disposed in the inner pen tube 14 and penetrates the partition The sheet 13 surrounds and protects the writing tip 35 to prevent the writing tip 35 from being damaged when the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written is written.
As shown in FIG. 3B and FIG. 4B , when the user wants to write on paper, the stylus 30 can have one end of the top cover 32 inserted into the inner pen tube 14 from the upper opening 141 of the inner pen tube 14 . The writing pen 30 has one end of the writing pen tip 35 exposed outside the stylus tube 10, so that the user can write the writing pen 30 on a general paper.
In summary, the writing pen 30 of the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus capable of writing can be selected to receive or extend the writing tip 36 according to the user's needs, when the user only uses the stylus function. At this time, the writing tip case 35 of the unused writing pen 30 can be inserted into the inner pen tube 14 of the stylus pen tube 10 to prevent the writing pen tip 36 from being damaged due to accidental dropping. When the user wants to write on the paper, the writing head housing 35 originally inserted into the inner pen tube 14 is withdrawn, and the writing pen tube 31 of the writing pen 30 is inserted into the inner pen tube 14 . The writing tip 36 is exposed outside the stylus tube 10. Through the above structure, the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus capable of writing the present invention can be written on the paper in addition to the operation of the touch panel.
In addition, referring to FIGS. 5 , 6 , 7A and 7B , the second preferred embodiment of the active stylus capable of writing has a stylus tube 10 , an active touch unit 20 ′ and a The writing pen 30, wherein the structure of the stylus tube 10 and the writing pen 30 is the same as that of the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus capable of writing, and therefore will not be described below.
The active touch component 20 ′ has a touch pen head housing 21 , a circuit board 22 ′ and a battery 23 . The touch circuit is electrically connected to the stylus head shell 21 , and the The structure of the stylus head case 21 is the same as that of the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus pen of the presently written stylus, and therefore will not be described below.
The circuit board 22' is disposed in the stylus head housing 21, and the opposite sides of the circuit board 22' are respectively engaged with the two fixing slots 213 of the fixing ring base 212, and the upper end of the circuit board 22' and The lower end is formed with an upper concave portion 221' and a lower concave portion 222', respectively. The circuit board 22' has a touch pen tip 223, a tip positioning sleeve 224', a push switch 225', an indicator light 227', a conductive push spring 228', and a conductive lead 229'. The nib positioning sleeve 224' is disposed in the lower recess 222'. The stylus tip 223' is electrically connected to the circuit board 22', and one end of the stylus tip 223' is disposed on the nib positioning sleeve 224', and the other end protrudes from the nib of the stylus head housing 21. Sheath 211. The push switch 225' is disposed on the upper recess 221' and soldered to the circuit board 22', wherein the push switch 225' is disposed with a pressing end 226' toward the side of the partition 13. The indicator light 227' is disposed on the circuit board 22' and is disposed through the switch hole 214, and is exposed to the stylus head shell 21 and is illuminated when the circuit board 22' is activated, so that the user can observe the The indicator light 227' is known to open and close the circuit board 22'. The conductive spring 228' is soldered to the push switch 226' and the push end 226' is sleeved. The conductive lead 228' is soldered to the circuit board 22' at one end, and the other end is abutted against the stylus tube 10. Inner wall surface. When the circuit board 22' is not activated and the push end 226' is pushed down, the circuit board 22' is activated; and when the circuit board 22' has been activated, the push end 226 When the board is pushed down, the board 22' will be turned off.
A battery 23 is disposed in the stylus tube 10 and located between the first end opening 11 and the partitioning plate 13, wherein the positive electrode of the battery 23 is in contact with the conductive spring 228' to form an electrical connection. The negative electrode is in contact with the separator 13 to indirectly electrically connect with the conductive lead 229', so that the positive and negative electrodes of the battery 23 are electrically connected to the circuit board 22' to provide the circuit board 22' to work. power supply.
Referring to FIG. 7A, when the stylus tip 223' is not stressed, the positive electrode of the battery 23 is only in contact with the conductive urging spring 228' and not with the pushing end of the push switch 225'. 226' contact. Referring to FIG. 7B again, when the stylus tip 223' receives the thrust, the circuit board 22' and the push switch 225' are pushed, and the conductive push spring that is in contact with the push switch 225'. 228' is also pushed and shrunk, causing the circuit board 22' to approach the battery 23, thereby pushing the push end 226' on the push switch 225' toward the battery 23, when the push end 226 When the battery 23 is pressed and pressed, the circuit board 22' is turned on or off. In the second preferred embodiment, the manner in which the pen 30 is stored and used is the same as that of the first preferred embodiment.
Therefore, in addition to the advantages of the first preferred embodiment, the second preferred embodiment provides another method for turning on or off the touch function of the writeable active stylus, so that the user can The stylus tip 223' of the second preferred embodiment is pushed to turn on or off the touch function of the writable active stylus.
In summary, the first and second preferred embodiments of the active stylus capable of writing the active stylus have an active touch component 20, 20' capable of opening and closing the touch function, and have an The writing pen 30 is generally written, and the writing pen tip 36 of the writing pen 30 can be stored in the stylus tube 10 or exposed outside the stylus tube 10 according to the user's requirements, so that the creative writing can be active. The first and second preferred embodiments of the stylus can be written on the paper in addition to the touchpad. In this way, not only can the dual function of touch and general writing be satisfied, but also the user does not need to carry a separate stylus and a writing pen.
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212‧‧‧Fixed ring seat
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228‧‧‧Electrical leads
229‧‧‧ indicator light
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35‧‧‧ writing pen head shell
36‧‧‧ writing tip
Figure 1 is a perspective view of a first preferred embodiment of an active stylus that can be written in the present invention. Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view of Figure 1. 3A is a longitudinal cross-sectional exploded view of a first preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. 3B is another longitudinal cross-sectional exploded view of the first preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. 4A is a longitudinal cross-sectional view showing a first preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. 4B is another longitudinal cross-sectional view of a first preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. Figure 5 is a perspective view of a second preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. FIG. 6 is an exploded perspective view of the active touch component of the second preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written. Figure 7A is a top cross-sectional view of a second preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention. Figure 7B is another top cross-sectional view of a second preferred embodiment of the active stylus that can be written in the present invention.
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Claims (10)

  1. A stylus capable of writing, comprising: a stylus tube having a first end opening and a second end opening respectively formed at two ends; an active touch component coupled to the stylus The tube is connected to the touch pen tip and a touch circuit electrically connected to the stylus tip, wherein the stylus tip is exposed at the first end opening; and a writing pen is attached to the stylus pen The second end opening is inserted into the stylus tube so that one end of the writing pen is received in the stylus tube.
  2. The active stylus according to claim 1, wherein the active touch component further has a circuit board, and the touch circuit is disposed on the circuit board; and a touch pen head case, wherein the touch pen head One end of the shell is connected to the stylus tube, and the circuit board is disposed in the stylus head shell, and the stylus tip protrudes from the other end of the stylus head shell.
  3. The active stylus of claim 2, wherein the stylus tube further has a separator, wherein the separator is disposed in the stylus tube and is located at the first end opening and the second end The active touch component further has a battery electrically connected to the circuit board, wherein the battery is disposed between the first end opening and the partition and has two electrodes; wherein the writing pen One end is placed between the second end opening of the stylus tube and the separator.
  4. The active stylus according to claim 3, wherein the stylus tube, the separator and the stylus head are made of a metal material and are electrically conductive, and an electrode of the battery is in contact with the separator; The circuit board further has: a push switch soldered to the circuit board, and has a pressing end that is disposed and exposed to the stylus head case; a conductive spring, one end of which is soldered to the circuit board, and the other end And contacting the other electrode of the battery; and a conductive lead, one end of which is soldered to the circuit board, and the other end is in contact with the inner wall surface of the stylus head case.
  5. The active stylus according to claim 3, wherein the stylus tube, the separator and the stylus head are made of a metal material and are electrically conductive, and an electrode of the battery is in contact with the separator; The circuit board further has: a push switch soldered to the circuit board and having a pressing end facing the battery; a conductive pressing spring, one end of which is soldered to the push switch and sleeved on the The push end is in contact with the other electrode of the battery; and a conductive lead is soldered to the circuit board at one end and is in contact with the inner wall surface of the stylus head shell at the other end.
  6. The active stylus according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the writing pen has: a writing pen tube; a core is disposed in the writing pen tube; a writing pen head shell is attached to the writing pen tube One end is connected; and a writing pen tip has one end connected to the pen core at one end adjacent to the writing pen head case, and the other end is pierced and protruded from the writing pen head case.
  7. The active stylus according to any one of claims 3 to 5, wherein the writing pen has: a writing pen tube; a core is disposed in the writing pen tube; a writing pen head shell is coupled to the One end of the writing pen tube is connected; and a writing pen tip has one end connected to the pen core at one end adjacent to the writing pen head case, and the other end is pierced and protruded from the writing pen head case.
  8. The active stylus according to claim 7, wherein the partitioning piece of the stylus tube is recessed toward the second end opening side to form a pair of nib receiving holes for writing the pen tip.
  9. The active stylus according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the stylus tube is further provided with an ear hook portion.
  10. The active stylus according to claim 8, wherein the stylus tube is further provided with an ear hook portion.
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TWI552031B (en) * 2015-10-16 2016-10-01 翰碩電子股份有限公司 Capacitive stylus having adjustable pressure sensing structure
TWI598778B (en) * 2017-01-06 2017-09-11 立邁科技股份有限公司 Active type capacitive ink stylus, dual-heads stylus device and capacitive stylus operation system

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TWI552031B (en) * 2015-10-16 2016-10-01 翰碩電子股份有限公司 Capacitive stylus having adjustable pressure sensing structure
TWI598778B (en) * 2017-01-06 2017-09-11 立邁科技股份有限公司 Active type capacitive ink stylus, dual-heads stylus device and capacitive stylus operation system

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