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Abstract

A single lever control comprises a tubular bellcrank pivotally mounted on a stationary support and a handle pivotally mounted to a first arm of the bellcrank. A connecting rod is universally connected to the handle and extends through the bellcrank for attachment to the stem of a first control valve. A second arm of the bellcrank is pivotally connected to the stem of a second control valve whereby the handle may be actuated to selectively actuate the first control valve and/or the second control valve.

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United States Patent Campbell 1 Oct. 30, 1973 [54] MULTll-MOVEMENT SINGLE/LEVER 2,951,393 9/1960 Schroeder et al 74/471 R CONTROL 3,184,989 5/1965 Rhodes 74/471 R Trevor G. Campbell, Peoria, Ill.

Assignee: Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, 111.

Filed: Apr. 10, 1972 Appl. No.: 242,307

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[1.8. CI 74/471 XY, 74/471 R, 74/473 R, l37/636.4

Int. Cl G05g 9/04 Field of Search 74/471 XY, 471 R, 74/473 R; 244/83 C, 83 R, 85; 137/6364 References Cited 7 UNITED STATES PATENTS 2/1972 Galas 74/473 R 12/ 1968 Dangauthier 3/1959 Rush 74/471 R Primary ExaminerCharles J. Myhre Assistant Examiner-F. D. Shoemaker AtmrneyPaul S. Lempio ABSTRACT A single lever control comprises a tubular bellcrank pivotally mounted on a stationary support and a handle pivotally mounted to a first arm of the bellcrank. A connecting rod is universally connected to the handle and extends through the bellcrank for attachment to the stem of a first control valve. A second arm of the bellcrank is pivotally connected to the stem of a second control valve whereby the handle may be actuated to selectively actuate/the first control valve and/ or the second control valve.

11 Claimsf l Drawing Figure 1 MULTI-MOVEMENT SINGLE LEVER CONTROL BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION lever are normally bulky, complex and expensive to manufacture and service.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of this invention is to .provide a compact, non-complex and economical single lever control adapted for multi-movements to actuate two or more control valves therewith.

The single lever control comprises a stationary support having a bellcrank pivotally mounted thereon for pivotal movement about a first axis. The bellcrank comprises first and second arms extending therefrom and a handle pivotally mounted on the first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis which is disposed transversely relative to the first axis. A connecting rod is pivotally connected to the handle and extends in the general direction of the first axis for attachment to the control element of a first control valve whereas the second arm is adapted for attachment to the control element of a second control valve. Pivotal movement of the handle about the second axis will function to reciprocate the connecting rod in the direction of the first axis to actuate the first control valve whereas pivotal movement of the handle about the first axis will function to actuate the second control valve.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING Further objects of this invention will become apparent from the following description and accompanying drawing which is an isometric view of a single lever control embodying this invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION 'The drawing illustrates a single lever control comprising a stationary support, including spaced support brackets 11, mounted in the operators cab of a wheel loader, for example. A tubular bellcrank 12 is pivotally mounted on the support brackets for oscillatory movement about an axis X. The bellcrank has longitudinally spaced first and second arms 13 and 14, respectively, extending therefrom in at least approximate perpendicular relationship with respect to 'each other.

A handle 15 is pivotally mounted to first arm 13 of the bellcrank by a pin 16 for oscillatory movement about a second axis Y, preferably. disposed perpendicular to first axis X. Arms 13 and 14 extend in the general direction of the first and second axes, respectively. The handle comprises a clevis 17, having its lower bifur cated end pivotally mounted on first arm 13 by pin 16.

An extension 18, secured to the clevis to extend away therefrom in the general direction of first axis X, has a hand lever 19 secured thereon to be selectively moved by an operator. A connecting rod 20 is connected at a universal ball and socket connection 21 to clevis 17 of the control arm and extends through bellcrank 12 in general alignment with axis X. The opposite end of the connecting rod is pivotally connected to a control element 22 of a first control valve 23 by first linkage means 24.

The first linkage means comprises a bellcrank 25 pivotally mounted on the stationary support by a pivot pin 26. The bellcrank comprises a first arm 27 pivotally connected to rod 20 by a pin 28 and a second arm 29 pivotally connectedto a link 30. The link is pivotally interconnected between arm 29 and control element 22 by pins 31 and 32, respectively.

Second linkage means 34 pivotally interconnects sec- 'ond arm 14 and a control element 35 of a second control valve 36. The second linkage means comprises a universal ball and socket connection 37 connecting arm 14 to a single link 38. A pivot pin 39, in turn, connects the lower, clevis end of the link to control element 35.

In operation, the operator may pivot control lever 19 in the illustrated A direction to reciprocate connecting rod 20 in the general direction of axis X to actuate con- 7 moved in a compound direction to move both control elements 22 and 35 simultaneously, if so desired. Control elements or stems 22 and 35 may be suitably connected to valve spools or the like which function in a conventional manner to selectively communicate hydraulic fluid through the respective valves.

What is claimed is:

1. A single lever control comprising a stationary support,

a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis,

a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis,

a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis and first and second control valves each having a control element reciprocally mounted therein, first linkage means pivotally interconnecting said connecting rod and the control element of said first control valve and second linkage means pivotally interconv necting said second arm and the control element of said second control valve.

2. The invention of claim 1 wherein said first and second arms are longitudinally spaced on said bellcrank in at least approximate perpendicular relationship with respect to each other.

3. The invention of claim 2 wherein said first and second arms extend in the general direction of saidfirst and second axes, respectively. a

4. The invention of claim 1 wherein said bellcrank is tubular and said connecting rod extends therethrough.

5. The invention of claim 1 wherein said handle comprises a clevis pivotally connected to said first arm, an extension cantilevered on said clevis to extend away therefrom in the general direction of said first axis and a hand lever secured to said extension.

6. The invention of claim 1 wherein said connecting rod is universally connected to said handle and wherein said first linkage means comprises a bellcrank pivotally mounted on said support and having first and second arms thereof pivotally connected to said connecting rod and to the control element of said first control valve, respectively.

7. The invention of claim 6 wherein said first linkage means further comprises a link pivotally interconnected between said last-mentioned second arm and the control element of said first control valve.

8. The invention of claim 1 wherein said second linkage means comprises a single link pivotally interconnected between said second arm and the control element of said second control valve.

9. A single lever control comprising a stationary support,

a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis,

a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, and

a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis,

said first and second arms being longitudinally spaced on said bellcrank in at least-approximately perpendicular relationship with respect to each other and extending in the general direction of said first and second axis, respectively.

10. A single lever control comprising a stationary support,

a tubular bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis,

a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, and

a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending through said bellcrank in the general direction of said first axis.

11. A single lever control comprising a stationary support,

a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis,

a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, said handle comprising a clevis pivotally connected to said first arm, an extension cantilevered on said clevis to extend away therefrom in the general direction of said first axis and a hand lever secured to said extension, and

a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis.

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1. A single lever control comprising a stationary support, a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis, a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis and first and second control valves each having a control element reciprocally mounted therein, first linkage means pivotally interconnecting said connecting rod and the control element of said first control valve and second linkage means pivotally interconnecting said second arm and the control element of said second control valve.
2. The invention of claim 1 wherein said first and second arms are longitudinally spaced on said bellcrank in at least approximate perpendicular relationship with respect to each other.
3. The invention of claim 2 wherein said first and second arms extend in the general direction of said first and second axes, respectively.
4. The invention of claim 1 wherein said bellcrank is tubular and said connecting rod extends therethrough.
5. The invention of claim 1 wherein said handle comprises a clevis pivotally connected to said first arm, an extension cantilevered on said clevis to extend away therefrom in the general direction of said first axis and a hand lever secured to said extension.
6. The invention of claim 1 wherein said connecting rod is universally connected to said handle and wherein said first linkage means comprises a bellcrank pivotally mounted on said support and having first and second arms thereof pivotally connected to said connecting rod and to the control element of said first control valve, respectively.
7. The invention of claim 6 wherein said first linkage means further comprises a link pivotally interconnected between said last-mentioned second arm and the control eLement of said first control valve.
8. The invention of claim 1 wherein said second linkage means comprises a single link pivotally interconnected between said second arm and the control element of said second control valve.
9. A single lever control comprising a stationary support, a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis, a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, and a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis, said first and second arms being longitudinally spaced on said bellcrank in at least approximately perpendicular relationship with respect to each other and extending in the general direction of said first and second axis, respectively.
10. A single lever control comprising a stationary support, a tubular bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis, a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, and a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending through said bellcrank in the general direction of said first axis.
11. A single lever control comprising a stationary support, a bellcrank, having first and second arms extending therefrom, pivotally mounted on said support for pivotal movement about a first axis, a handle pivotally mounted to said first arm for pivotal movement about a second axis disposed transversely relative to said first axis, said handle comprising a clevis pivotally connected to said first arm, an extension cantilevered on said clevis to extend away therefrom in the general direction of said first axis and a hand lever secured to said extension, and a connecting rod pivotally connected to said handle and extending in the general direction of said first axis.
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Effective date: 19860515

Owner name: CATERPILLAR INC., A CORP. OF DE.,ILLINOIS

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