WO2016079835A1 - Electrical connection box and board connector - Google Patents

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WO2016079835A1
WO2016079835A1 PCT/JP2014/080697 JP2014080697W WO2016079835A1 WO 2016079835 A1 WO2016079835 A1 WO 2016079835A1 JP 2014080697 W JP2014080697 W JP 2014080697W WO 2016079835 A1 WO2016079835 A1 WO 2016079835A1
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関戸 利久
崇人 藤木
伊藤 克也
野崎 武史
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R16/00Electric or fluid circuits specially adapted for vehicles and not otherwise provided for; Arrangement of elements of electric or fluid circuits specially adapted for vehicles and not otherwise provided for
    • B60R16/02Electric or fluid circuits specially adapted for vehicles and not otherwise provided for; Arrangement of elements of electric or fluid circuits specially adapted for vehicles and not otherwise provided for electric constitutive elements
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G3/00Installations of electric cables or lines in or on buildings, equivalent structures or vehicles
    • H02G3/02Details
    • H02G3/08Distribution boxes; Connection or junction boxes
    • H02G3/16Distribution boxes; Connection or junction boxes structurally associated with support for line-connecting terminals within the box
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H05ELECTRIC TECHNIQUES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • H05KPRINTED CIRCUITS; CASINGS OR CONSTRUCTIONAL DETAILS OF ELECTRIC APPARATUS; MANUFACTURE OF ASSEMBLAGES OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
    • H05K7/00Constructional details common to different types of electric apparatus
    • H05K7/14Mounting supporting structure in casing or on frame or rack

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This electrical connection box includes: temporary fixing protrusions (9a, 9b) for temporarily fixing and positioning a board (4) to a board connector (2); and an inclination preventing piece (15) for preventing the temporarily fixed board (4) from being inclined relative to the board connector (2). This electrical connection box enables reliable temporary fixing of the board (4) to the board connector (2), and thus the number of assembling processes and the number of components are reduced.

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Electrical junction box and board connector

The present invention relates to an electrical junction box mounted on an automobile.

An electrical junction box installed in an automobile is interposed between a battery and various load devices, and supplies power supplied from the battery to various load devices via a relay or a fuse.

Some electrical junction boxes have a configuration in which multiple relays are housed in a case. In this electrical junction box, a plurality of relays mounted on a board are housed in a case, and by connecting a board connector connected to the board to a corresponding connector in the relay box, each relay is connected to a battery, a load device, Intervened between.

The electrical junction box assembly procedure is as follows. The relay module board connector is temporarily fixed to the board on which the relay is mounted, and the back surface of the board is immersed in a solder bath in this state, and the relay and board connector are soldered to the board. Then, fix the board to the board connector. And a board | substrate and a board | substrate connector are accommodated in a case, and it fixes so that a board | substrate connector may be exposed to the opening part of a case.

In the electrical junction box as described above, in order to prevent soldering defects, it is necessary to temporarily fix the board in a state where it is accurately positioned on the board connector. Therefore, in the relay module disclosed in Patent Document 1, the board is fixed to the board connector using a temporary fixing screw.

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In the configuration in which a board is temporarily fixed to a connector using a screw as in the relay module disclosed in Patent Document 1, a screw tightening operation is required in the temporary fixing process and a screw is required. In addition, there is a problem that the number of assembling steps increases and the manufacturing cost increases.

The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide an electrical junction box that can reduce the number of assembly steps and the number of parts while allowing the board to be securely fastened to the board connector. .

An electrical junction box that solves the above problems is an electrical junction box that is assembled by temporarily fastening a board to a board connector and soldering, and housing the board connector and the board in a case, provided in the board connector, At least one temporary fixing convex portion for temporarily fixing and positioning the board, and an inclination prevention piece provided on the board connector for preventing the board from tilting with respect to the board connector at the time of temporarily fixing the board. Features.

According to this configuration, the substrate is positioned and temporarily fixed to the substrate connector by the temporary fixing convex portion, and the inclination of the substrate is prevented by the inclination prevention piece.
In the electrical junction box, the tilt prevention piece includes a locking portion that holds an edge of the substrate, and a board guide portion that provides the locking portion with a guide slope that guides the edge of the substrate. It is preferable that it is formed integrally with the base part of the board connector.

With this configuration, when the temporary fixing convex portion is fitted into the fitting hole, the edge of the board is engaged with the locking portion of the tilt preventing piece, and the board connector is held without being tilted.
In the electrical junction box, the temporary fixing convex portion includes a positioning shaft that positions the substrate and a temporary fixing shaft that prevents the temporary fixing convex portion from coming off from the substrate. It is preferable to provide a fitting hole that enables fitting of the temporary fixing convex portion.

With this configuration, when the temporary fixing convex portion is fitted into the fitting hole, the substrate is positioned on the board connector by the positioning shaft, and the board is temporarily fixed to the board connector by the temporary fixing shaft.
In the electrical junction box, the base portion is integrally formed with a holding portion that protrudes toward the internal space of the case, and the holding portion protrudes from the longitudinal intermediate portion at both longitudinal ends. It is preferable that an extension portion having a long length is provided, and the temporary fixing convex portion is provided at a tip portion of the extension portion.

With this configuration, the substrate is held on the base portion via the temporary fixing convex portion and the extended portion of the holding portion.
An electrical junction box that solves the above problem is a circuit and a circuit board that is accommodated in an internal space of the case, and has at least two positioning holes formed in the vicinity of one edge of the circuit board. A connection pin including a substrate, an outer end configured to be electrically connected to an external connector, and an inner end disposed in the inner space of the case and soldered to the circuit board; and the connection A board connector configured to hold an intermediate part between the outer end part and the inner end part of the pin and hold the one end edge of the circuit board; At least two first snap-fit elements that enter the at least two positioning holes from the lower surface of the substrate and snap-fit into the at least two positioning holes; Provided between the at least two first snap-fit element in the board connector, it is preferable to provide a second snap-fit element to snap-fit to the upper surface of said one edge and said circuit board of said circuit board.

With this configuration, the board is held on the board connector by the first snap-fit element and the second snap-fit element.
In the electrical junction box, each first snap-fit element preferably includes a pair of a hooked protrusion and a hookless protrusion protruding from the board connector with a split groove interposed therebetween.

With this configuration, the substrate is positioned by the hookless protrusion, and the substrate is temporarily fixed by the hooked protrusion.
Further, in the electrical junction box, the second snap-fit elements are arranged to contact the one end edges of the circuit board until the first snap-fit elements snap-fit to the corresponding positioning holes. It is preferable to include a guide slope for guiding the downward movement.

With this configuration, when the first snap-fit element snap-fits to the positioning hole, the second snap-fit guides the circuit board to the snap-fit position by the guide slope.

A board connector that solves the above-described problems is a board connector for temporarily fastening and soldering a board, and prevents at least one temporarily fastening projection for temporarily fastening and positioning the board and tilting of the board during temporary fastening. An inclination prevention piece is provided.

The substrate is temporarily fixed and positioned on the substrate connector by the temporary fixing convex portion, and the inclination prevention piece prevents the substrate from being inclined with respect to the substrate connector.

According to the electrical junction box of the present invention, the assembly man-hour and the number of parts can be reduced while the substrate can be securely temporarily fixed to the substrate connector.
Other aspects and advantages will become apparent from the following description taken in conjunction with the drawings illustrating examples of the technical idea of the present invention.

It is a perspective view which shows the electrical junction box of one Embodiment. It is a perspective view which shows the electrical junction box of one Embodiment. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows an electrical junction box. It is a perspective view which shows a temporary fixing convex part. It is sectional drawing which shows the temporary fixing convex part fitted to the fitting hole. It is a perspective view which shows an inclination prevention piece. It is a perspective view which shows the board | substrate connector which attached the board | substrate. It is sectional drawing which shows the temporary fixing convex part fitted to the fitting hole. It is sectional drawing which shows the inclination prevention piece engaged with the board | substrate. It is sectional drawing which shows the temporary fixing convex part fitted to the fitting hole.

Hereinafter, an embodiment of a relay module (electric connection box) will be described with reference to the drawings. The relay module shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 includes a rectangular parallelepiped case 1 formed of synthetic resin and a board connector 2. The relay module can be fitted to the connector of the relay box via the board connector 2 exposed from the opening of the case 1.

As shown in FIG. 3, the case 1 houses a board 4 on which a plurality of relays 3 are mounted and a board connector 2 to which the board 4 is attached. The board connector 2 includes a base part 5 formed of synthetic resin. A plurality of connection pins 6 bent in an L shape penetrate the base portion 5. The connection pin 6 is made of a metal having conductivity.

The base portion 5 is formed in a rectangular parallelepiped shape that can be inserted into the opening of the case 1. A holding portion 7 that protrudes from the base portion 5 toward the internal space of the case 1 is integrally formed. The plurality of connection pins 6 are aligned in two rows in the longitudinal direction of the base portion 5. Each connection pin 6 passes through the holding portion 7 and is held by the holding portion 7.

As shown in FIG. 1, a socket 8 is provided on the outer surface of the base portion 5 exposed from the opening of the case 1 so that a connector (also referred to as an external connector) provided in the relay box can be fitted. 8, the base end portion (outer end portion) of the connection pin 6 is exposed. The front end portions (also referred to as inner end portions) of the connection pins 6 are bent at right angles to the height direction of the case 1 and formed in an L shape.

The holding portion 7 protrudes from the base portion 5 over almost the entire length in the longitudinal direction, and extension portions 7a having a protruding length longer than the intermediate portion are provided at both ends in the longitudinal direction. A pair of shaft-like temporary fixing projections 9a and 9b projecting in the same direction as the tip of the connection pin 6 are located at the same distance from the base 5 at the tip of each extension 7a. Is formed.

As shown in FIG. 4, the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b are divided into a positioning shaft 11 and a temporary fixing shaft 12 by dividing the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b along the longitudinal direction of the base portion 5. Yes. The temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b are formed with the temporary fixing shaft 12 as the distal end side of the holding portion 7.

The positioning shaft 11 is a semi-circular shaft having a round shaft whose tip is gradually reduced in diameter and divided into two along the center in the axial direction. Further, the temporary fixing shaft 12 is a semicircular shaft having a circular shaft provided with a swelled portion 13 having a wedge-shaped cross section at the tip portion and divided into two at the center along the axial direction.

The diameter of the expanded diameter portion 13, that is, the maximum diameter from the axial center X of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b to the outermost position of the expanded radial portion 13 is determined from the axial center X of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b. It is larger than the diameter to the outer peripheral surface of the base end part 11a.

The diameter from the axial center X of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a, 9b to the outer peripheral surface of the proximal end portion 12a of the temporary fixing shaft 12 is the outer periphery of the proximal end portion of the positioning shaft 11 from the axial center of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a, 9b. It is smaller than the diameter to the surface. In addition, the circumferential direction both ends 13a and 13b of the expanded diameter part 13 are made into the shape cut out planarly, and can be easily fitted in the fitting hole 14 of the board | substrate 4. FIG.

As shown in FIG. 3, a pair of fitting holes 14 are formed at both corners of one end edge of the substrate 4 so that the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b can be fitted therein. The diameter of the fitting hole 14 is formed to be equal to the diameter when the base end portion of the positioning shaft 11 of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b is formed into a round shaft shape.

Therefore, when the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b are inserted into the fitting holes 14, the temporary fixing shaft 12 enters the swelled portion 13 against the peripheral edge of the fitting hole 14 while being bent toward the positioning shaft 11 side. When the expanded diameter portion 13 gets over the peripheral edge of the fitting hole 14, the positioning shaft 11 comes into contact with the peripheral edge of the fitting hole 14 and the board 4 is positioned on the board connector 2 as shown in FIGS. 5 and 8. At the same time, the substrate 4 is temporarily fixed to the substrate connector 2 by the temporary fixing shaft 12.

Between the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b, the holding portion 7 is formed with an inclination preventing piece 15 protruding in the same direction as the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b. The inclination prevention piece 15 engages with the edge of the board 4 when the temporary fixing protrusions 9a and 9b are fitted into the fitting holes 14 of the board 4 to prevent the board 4 from tilting with respect to the board connector 2 or It has a function to reduce.

More specifically, as shown in FIG. 6, the tilt prevention piece 15 includes a wedge-shaped tip. The wedge-shaped distal end portion includes a substrate guide portion 21 that provides a guide slope facing the substrate 4, and a locking portion 22 that is formed at the base edge of the substrate guide portion 21 and functions as a wedge return.

Further, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 6, the holding portion 7 is formed with a support portion 25 that can sandwich the edge of the substrate 4 between the locking portions 22. The support portion 25 is provided obliquely below the locking portion 22, and includes a clamping surface 26 that faces the locking portion 22 and that can clamp the edge of the substrate 4 with the locking portion 22. Yes.

When the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b are fitted into the fitting holes 14 of the substrate 4, the substrate guide portion 21 of the inclination preventing piece 15 is pressed against the edge of the substrate 4, and the inclination preventing piece 15 bends. When the edge of 4 gets over the board guide portion 21, the edge of the board 4 is engaged with and held by the locking portion 22 as shown in FIG.

In this state, the substrate 4 is positioned and temporarily fixed by the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b, and the edge of the substrate 4 is sandwiched between the locking portion 22 and the holding surface 26 by the inclination preventing piece 15. Positioned. And so that the board | substrate 4 may become parallel with respect to the protrusion direction of the holding | maintenance part 7 protruded from the base part 5, ie, the board | substrate 4 may not be in the state rotated about the longitudinal axis of the board | The substrate 4 is held without being inclined with respect to the holding portion 7.

The substrate 4 is formed with a plurality of insertion holes 16 through which the tips of the connection pins 6 can be inserted, and a plurality of insertion holes 17 through which the connection terminals of the relay 3 can be inserted. The insertion hole 16 is formed at a position where each connection pin 6 can be inserted when the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b are fitted into the fitting holes 14 of the substrate 4.

The base portion 5 of the board connector 2 is provided with a pair of locking projections 18 protruding upward and downward, and can be engaged with the locking projection 18 near the opening of the case 1. A locking hole 19 is provided.

Then, when the board connector 2 to which the board 4 is attached is inserted into the case 1 and the locking projection 18 is engaged with the locking hole 19, the board 4 and the board connector 2 are accommodated in the case 1. In this state, the base end portion of the connection pin 6 of the board connector 2 is exposed at the opening of the case 1 and can be connected to the connector of the relay box.

3 and 10, the outer peripheral frame portion of the base portion 5 and the extension portion 7a of the holding portion 7 are connected by a rib-like connecting portion 23 in the vicinity of the opening edge of the outer peripheral frame portion. The connecting portion 23 is formed so that a sufficient thickness substantially equal to the thickness of the holding portion 7 is ensured and the thickness increases as the holding portion 7 is approached. The surface toward the surface is a slope 24.

Next, the assembly procedure and operation of the above relay module will be described.
First, the relay 3 is attached to the surface of the substrate 4, and then the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b are fitted into the fitting holes 14 of the substrate 4. Then, the board 4 is positioned on the board connector 2, and the tips of the connection pins 6 of the board connector 2 are automatically fitted into the insertion holes 16 of the board 4.

More specifically, the board 4 is positioned on the board connector 2 by the positioning shaft 11 that contacts the peripheral edge of the fitting hole 14, and the board 4 is temporarily fixed to the board connector 2 by the expanded diameter portion 13 of the temporary fixing shaft 12. The tips of the connection pins 6 of the board connector 2 are automatically inserted into the holes 16.

At this time, the edge of the substrate 4 is held by the tilt prevention piece 15 between the temporary fixing convex portions 9 a and 9 b, and the substrate 4 is not held inclined with respect to the substrate connector 2.
In this state, the soldering process is performed by immersing the tip of the connection terminal of the relay 3 and the back surface of the substrate 4 from which the tip of the connection pin 6 is exposed in a solder bath. Then, the substrate 4 is fixed to the substrate connector 2 and the relay 3 on the substrate 4 is electrically connected to the connection pins 6.

Thereafter, when the board 4 and the board connector 2 are inserted into the case 1 and the locking projections 18 are engaged with the locking holes 19, the assembly of the relay module is completed. And the relay module comprised in this way is mounted in a relay box.

With the relay module as described above, the following effects can be obtained.
(1) By fitting the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b into the fitting holes 14 of the board 4, the board 4 can be positioned on the board connector 2 and temporarily fixed.
(2) By fitting the pair of temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b into the fitting holes 14, respectively, the substrate 4 is positioned on the board connector 2 by the positioning shaft 11 of each temporary fixing convex portion 9a and 9b. The substrate 4 can be temporarily fixed to the substrate connector 2 by the temporary fixing shaft 12 of the fixing protrusions 9a and 9b.
(3) Positioning and temporary fixing are performed by temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b formed integrally with the base portion 5 of the board connector 2 and the fitting holes 14 formed in the board 4 without using screws. Therefore, the number of parts can be reduced.
(4) The screw tightening process for temporarily fixing the substrate 4 can be omitted.
(5) By accurately positioning and temporarily fixing the board 4 to the board connector 2, it is possible to improve the yield of a soldering process which is a subsequent process.
(6) When the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b are fitted into the fitting holes 14 of the board 4, the edge of the board 4 is held by the tilt prevention piece 15, and the board 4 with respect to the board connector 2 is held tilted. Never happen. Therefore, the yield of the soldering process, which is a subsequent process, can be improved.
(7) Since the outer peripheral frame part of the base part 5 and the holding part 7 are connected by the connecting part 23 having a sufficient thickness, it is possible to prevent the base part 5 from bending when the connector is inserted and removed. Can be smoothly inserted and removed.
(8) The surface of the connecting portion 23 toward the inside of the case 1 is a slope 24, and the thickness of the connecting portion 23 is formed so as to increase as it approaches the extension portion 7a. Therefore, even if the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b are provided at the distal end portion of the extension portion 7a, the mechanical strength of the connecting portion 23 can be sufficiently secured. The substrate 4 supported by the piece 15 can be stably held on the base part 5 through the extension part 7a and the connecting part 23.

In addition, you may change the said embodiment as follows.
-You may provide an inclination prevention piece in one place or multiple places.
The substrate 4 can typically be a circuit board. The fitting hole 14 may be referred to as a positioning hole formed in the circuit board. Each of the temporary fixing convex portions 9a and 9b may be referred to as a first snap-fit element that snap-fits to the positioning hole. The inclination prevention piece 15 may be referred to as a second snap fit element. The positioning shaft 11 may be called a hookless protrusion, and the temporary fixing shaft 12 may be called a hooked protrusion. The inclination prevention piece 15 may be called a flat hook.

The present invention is not limited to the illustrated example. For example, the illustrated features should not be construed as essential to the invention, but rather the subject matter of the invention may be present in fewer features than all the features of the particular embodiment disclosed. The present invention is defined by the terms of the claims, and is intended to include any modifications within the scope equivalent to the terms of the claims.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... Case, 2 ... Board connector, 4 ... Board | substrate, 5 ... Base part, 9a, 9b ... Temporary fixing convex part, 10 ... Split groove, 11 ... Positioning shaft, 12 ... Temporary fixing shaft, 13 ... Expanded diameter part, DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 14 ... Fitting hole, 15 ... Anti-tilt piece, 21 ... Board | substrate guide part, 22 ... Locking part, 24 ... Slope.

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  1. In the electrical junction box assembled by temporarily fixing the board to the board connector and soldering, and housing the board connector and the board in a case,
    Provided in the board connector, and at least one temporary fixing convex part for temporarily fixing and positioning the board; and
    An electrical connection box comprising an inclination prevention piece provided on the board connector and preventing the board from tilting with respect to the board connector when the board is temporarily fixed.
  2. The electrical junction box according to claim 1,
    The tilt prevention piece includes a tip portion formed by a locking portion that holds an edge of the substrate and a substrate guide portion that provides a guide slope to guide the edge of the substrate to the locking portion. The electrical connection box is formed integrally with the base portion of the board connector.
  3. In the electrical junction box according to claim 1 or 2,
    The temporary fixing convex portion is
    A positioning part for positioning the substrate;
    A temporary fixing part for preventing the temporary fixing convex part from coming off from the substrate;
    An electrical connection box provided with a fitting hole in which the temporary fixing convex portion can be fitted to the substrate.
  4. The electrical junction box according to claim 2,
    The base portion is integrally formed with a holding portion that protrudes toward the internal space of the case, and extension portions having a longer protrusion length than the intermediate portion in the longitudinal direction are provided at both longitudinal ends of the holding portion. The electrical connection box is characterized in that the temporary fixing convex portion is provided at a distal end portion of the extension portion.
  5. Case and
    A substrate housed in the internal space of the case, the substrate having at least two positioning holes formed in the vicinity of one edge of the substrate;
    A connection pin including an outer end configured to be electrically connected to an external connector and an inner end disposed in the inner space of the case and soldered to the substrate;
    A board connector configured to hold an intermediate part between the outer end part and the inner end part of the connection pin and hold the one end edge of the board;
    At least two first snap-fit elements provided in the board connector and entering the at least two positioning holes from the lower surface of the board and snap-fitting into the at least two positioning holes;
    The board connector includes a second snap-fit element provided between the at least two first snap-fit elements and snap-fitted to the one end edge of the board and the upper surface of the board. Electrical junction box.
  6. The electrical junction box according to claim 5,
    Each of the first snap fit elements includes a pair of a hooked protrusion and a hookless protrusion that protrudes from the board connector with a split groove therebetween.
  7. In the electrical junction box according to claim 5 or 6,
    The second snap fit element includes a guide slope that guides downward movement of the one edge while contacting the one edge of the substrate until each first snap fit element snap fits into a corresponding positioning hole. An electrical junction box characterized by that.
  8. In the board connector to temporarily fix the board and solder it,
    At least one temporary fixing protrusion for temporarily fixing and positioning the substrate;
    A board connector comprising an inclination preventing piece for preventing the board from tilting during temporary fixing.
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