WO2017130881A1 - Electric wire equipped with protective part - Google Patents

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WO2017130881A1
WO2017130881A1 PCT/JP2017/002056 JP2017002056W WO2017130881A1 WO 2017130881 A1 WO2017130881 A1 WO 2017130881A1 JP 2017002056 W JP2017002056 W JP 2017002056W WO 2017130881 A1 WO2017130881 A1 WO 2017130881A1
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芳正 水野
泰行 山本
進也 佐土原
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株式会社オートネットワーク技術研究所
住友電装株式会社
住友電気工業株式会社
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    • 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
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    • H02G3/04Protective tubings or conduits or channels or other supports
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02GINSTALLATION OF ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES, OR OF COMBINED OPTICAL AND ELECTRIC CABLES OR LINES
    • H02G11/00Arrangements of electric cables or lines between relatively-movable parts

Abstract

The purpose of the present invention is to allow an electric wire equipped with a protective part to bend easily, and to configure the electric wire equipped with a protective part such that after being bent between a holding part that holds the electric wire against the protective part, the electric wire hardly rises from the protective part even when returned to the original shape. This electric wire equipped with a protective part comprises: an electric wire; a plate-like protective part that is disposed along the electric wire and is formed from a hollow plate containing a plurality of plate-like parts and an interposing part in which a plurality of elongated hollow spaces are formed in parallel between the plate-like parts; and a plurality of holding parts that, in an orientation in which the extensional direction of the hollow spaces intersects the extensional direction of the electric wire, hold the electric wire on the protective part at a plurality of locations, with spaces therebetween, in the extensional direction of the electric wire. At least one of the holding parts is configured as an electric wire movable holding part that holds the electric wire so as to be movable relative to the extensional direction of the electric wire.

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Protective wire

This invention relates to a technique for protecting electric wires.

Patent Document 1 discloses a wire using a plastic corrugated sheet that is cut so that the extending direction of the hollow portion coincides with the extending direction of the wiring path of the electric wire bundle, as an electric wire supporting member that linearly supports the electric wire bundle. The harness is disclosed.

JP 2014-1117099 A

However, according to the technique disclosed in Patent Document 1, the extending direction of the plastic corrugated sheet portion coincides with the extending direction of the wiring path of the wire bundle. For this reason, there exists a problem that it is difficult to bend an electric wire bundle in the state which fixed the electric wire support member to the electric wire. As a result, it becomes difficult to bend, pack, convey, etc. an electric wire bundle having a long length.

In addition, in the configuration in which the wire bundle is protected by the sheet, when the wire bundle is firmly fixed to the sheet at a plurality of locations, after bending the wire bundle and the sheet between the fixed locations, returning to the original linear state, There is a problem that the electric wire bundle floats from the sheet between the fixed portions. For example, if a sheet | seat and an electric wire bundle are bent between fixed locations in the state where an electric wire bundle is located outside, an electric wire bundle will be pulled toward the said fixed locations from the difference in path | route length. Thereafter, even if the sheet and the electric wire bundle are returned to a straight line shape, the electric wire bundle does not return to the original position with respect to the fixed portion, and the electric wire bundle remains between the fixed portions. This is because the remainder of the wire bundle floats from the sheet.

Therefore, the present invention can easily bend the electric wire with the protective part and bend the electric wire with the protective part between the holding parts that hold the electric wire with respect to the protective part, and then return to the original shape. The purpose is to make it difficult for the electric wire to float from the protective part.

In order to solve the above-described problem, the electric wire with a protective portion according to the first aspect includes an electric wire, a plurality of plate-like portions, and a plurality of elongated hollow spaces formed in parallel between the plurality of plate-like portions. And a plate-shaped protection portion disposed along the electric wire, and a posture in which the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces intersects the extending direction of the electric wire. A plurality of holding portions for holding the electric wires in the protection portion at a plurality of positions spaced in the extending direction of the electric wires, and at least one of the plurality of holding portions includes the electric wires It is set as the electric wire movable holding part hold | maintained in the state which can move with respect to the extending direction.

The 2nd mode is an electric wire with a protection part concerning the 1st mode, and is made into the posture where the extension direction of said a plurality of hollow spaces is perpendicular to the extension direction of said electric wire.

A 3rd aspect is an electric wire with a protection part which concerns on the 1st or 2nd aspect, Comprising: The said electric wire movable holding | maintenance part is a partial position in the extension direction of the said electric wire, The said electric wire, the said protection part, And an intervening portion for pressing interposed between the adhesive tape and the electric wire on the opposite side of the protective portion with respect to the electric wire.

The fourth aspect is an electric wire with a protective part according to the third aspect, wherein the pressing interposition part is a part formed by the hollow plate material connected to the side part of the protective part.

A 5th aspect is an electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a 4th aspect, Comprising: The said intervention part for pressing is connected along the side part of the said protection part, and the relay was bent along the boundary line with respect to the said protection part And an intervening main body portion that is continuous with the relay portion and is bent along a boundary line with respect to the relay portion and interposed between the adhesive tape and the electric wire.

A 6th aspect is an electric wire with a protection part which concerns on any one aspect from 3rd to 5th, Comprising: At least one of the side part of the said protection part and the edge part of the said press interposition part WHEREIN: The said adhesive tape A positioning concave portion for positioning is formed.

According to the first aspect, since the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces intersects the extending direction of the electric wire, the electric wire with the protective part can be easily bent. In addition, since at least one of the plurality of holding portions is a wire movable holding portion that holds the electric wire in a movable state with respect to the extending direction, when the electric wire and the protective portion are bent, Even if a path length difference occurs and the electric wire is displaced from the electric wire movable holding portion, when the electric wire and the protection portion are returned to the original shape, the electric wire is likely to return to the original position. For this reason, even if it returns to the original shape after bending an electric wire with a protection part between holding parts holding an electric wire to a protection part, an electric wire is hard to float from a protection part.

According to the second aspect, the electric wire with protective part is easily bent so as to be folded.

According to the third aspect, the adhesive tape is wound around the electric wire and the front empty plate material at a partial position in the extending direction of the electric wire, and on the opposite side of the protective portion with respect to the electric wire, Since the pressing intervention portion is interposed between the electric wire and the electric wire, the electric wire easily moves along the extending direction of the electric wire with respect to the electric wire movable holding portion. Moreover, it can respond flexibly to fluctuations in the number of electric wires attached along the protection portion.

According to the 4th aspect, since the pressing intervention part is formed continuously with the protection part, the pressing intervention part is interposed between the adhesive tape and the electric wire on the opposite side of the protection part with respect to the electric wire. Adhesive tape can be easily wound.

According to the fifth aspect, the interposition main body part is disposed at a position away from the protection part by the length of the relay part. For this reason, it is easy to stabilize the height of the electric wire with a protection part. Moreover, since it is easy to ensure the gap for the length of a relay part between a protection part and an interposition main-body part, an electric wire moves easily between them.

According to the sixth aspect, the adhesive tape is less likely to be displaced from the protective part or the pressing intervention part.

It is a schematic plan view which shows the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on embodiment. It is a schematic side view which shows an electric wire with a protection part same as the above. It is a schematic side view which shows an electric wire with a protection part same as the above. FIG. 4 is a schematic sectional view taken along line IV-IV in FIG. 1. It is explanatory drawing which shows the example of a manufacturing method of an electric wire with a protection part. It is explanatory drawing which shows the example of a manufacturing method of an electric wire with a protection part. It is explanatory drawing which shows the example of a manufacturing method of an electric wire with a protection part. It is explanatory drawing which shows the state which bent the electric wire with a protection part. It is explanatory drawing which shows the state returned after bending the electric wire with a protection part. It is explanatory drawing which shows the state returned after bending the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a comparative example. It is explanatory drawing which shows the protection part of the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a 1st modification. It is a side view which shows the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a 2nd modification. It is a schematic sectional drawing which shows the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a 3rd modification. It is a schematic sectional drawing which shows the electric wire with a protection part which concerns on a 4th modification.

Hereinafter, the electric wire with a protection unit according to the embodiment will be described. 1 is a schematic plan view showing an electric wire 10 with a protective part according to the embodiment, FIGS. 2 and 3 are schematic side views showing the electric wire 10 with a protective part, and FIG. 4 is a line IV-IV in FIG. It is a schematic sectional drawing.

The protective part-equipped electric wire 10 includes an electric wire 12, an exterior member 20, and an adhesive tape 40.

The electric wire 12 includes a core wire formed of copper, aluminum, or the like, and an insulation coating that is extruded around the core wire. Here, the electric wire 10 with a protection unit includes a plurality of electric wires 12 bundled together. The protection part-attached electric wire 10 may be configured to include only one electric wire 12. In addition, the bundled electric wires 12 may be branched in a place where the exterior member 20 is attached or in an outer position thereof. In addition, in FIG. 4 etc., the some electric wire 12 is shown with the dashed-two dotted line as a bundled form.

The exterior member 20 is a member formed integrally with the hollow plate material 22 and includes a protection portion 28 and a pressing interposition portion 30.

The hollow plate member 22 includes a plurality (two in this case) of plate-like portions 23 and an interposition portion 24 disposed between the plurality of plate-like portions 23. The interposition part 24 forms a plurality of elongated hollow spaces in parallel between the plurality of plate-like parts 23.

More specifically, the hollow plate member 22 includes a plurality of interposition portions 24 interposed in parallel between the plurality of plate portions 23.

The plate-like portion 23 is formed in a flat plate shape. A plurality of plate-like portions 23 are connected via an interposition portion 24 with a space therebetween.

The plurality of interposition parts 24 are arranged in parallel with an interval between the two plate-like parts 23. Each interposition part 24 is formed in an elongated plate shape, and is disposed in a vertical posture with respect to the two plate-like parts 23. One side part of each interposition part 24 is connected to one plate-like part 23, and the other side part of each interposition part 24 is connected to another one plate-like part 23. As a result, the two plate-like portions 23 and the plurality of interposition portions 24 are integrally coupled so as to exhibit a ladder-like cross section in a plane orthogonal to the extending direction of the interposition portions 24. The plurality of interposition parts 24 form a plurality of elongated hollow spaces in parallel between the plurality of plate-like parts 23. Each hollow space is surrounded by two plate-like portions 23 and two adjacent intervening portions 24. Accordingly, the cross-sectional shape orthogonal to the extending direction has a square shape.

In addition, the material which forms the several plate-shaped part 23 and the interposition part 24 is not specifically limited. The plurality of plate-like parts 23 and the interposition part 24 may be formed of paper, may be formed of resin, or may be configured by a combination thereof. When at least one of the plurality of plate-like portions 23 and the interposition portion 24 is formed of paper, it is preferable to perform a water repellent treatment or the like on the surface.

When the hollow plate material 22 is molded from a resin, for example, the hollow plate material 22 can be continuously produced by an extrusion molding apparatus that extrudes resin from an extrusion hole corresponding to the ladder-shaped cross section. Thus, the hollow plate 22 can be easily manufactured at low cost. The interposition part 24 may be connected to the plate-like part 23 by an adhesive or welding. What formed the hollow board material 22 with resin contains what is called a plastic corrugated cardboard.

According to such a hollow plate material 22, since the plurality of plate-like portions 23 are connected by the interposition portion 24 at intervals, it is difficult to bend as compared with the case where a simple plate-like member is used. In particular, since the interposition part 24 is interposed between the plate-like parts 23, it is difficult to bend along a line orthogonal to the interposition part 24. However, the line along the interposition part 24 can be easily bent as compared with the case where the line is bent along the line orthogonal to the interposition part 24.

By protecting the electric wire 12 with the hollow plate material 22, the electric wire 12 can be sufficiently protected. Further, since a hollow structure is formed between the plurality of plate-like portions 23 of the hollow plate material 22, it is possible to reduce the weight and the material cost accordingly.

In addition, when each hollow plate material includes three or more plate-like portions, it is preferable that an intervening portion is provided between each. Thereby, the intensity | strength of a hollow plate material can be improved more. Moreover, the interposition part 24 is not restricted to the said example, The shape formed in the shape where a peak part and a trough part continue in a wave shape between plate-shaped parts may be sufficient.

The protective part 28 is formed by press-cutting the hollow plate material 22. Here, the protection part 28 is formed in a rectangular plate shape, more specifically, a rectangular plate shape.

The main protection portion 28 is disposed along one side portion of the outer periphery of the electric wire 12 in a state where the extending direction is along the extending direction of the electric wire 12. Thereby, the electric wire 12 is protected from other members on the side where the protection part 28 is provided. Assuming the case where the electric wire 12 is a wiring member for connecting various electric parts in the vehicle and the electric wire with protective part 10 is incorporated in the vehicle, the other members are each part of the vehicle, for example, a metal body. It is assumed that

The pressing interposition part 30 is provided on one side of the exterior member 20. The pressing interposition part 30, together with the adhesive tape 40, constitutes an electric wire movable holding part 50 that holds the electric wire 12 in the protection part 28.

The pressing interposition part 30 is a part integrally formed with the protection part 28 by the hollow plate material 22 forming the protection part 28, and is formed continuously with the side part of the protection part 28.

More specifically, a plurality of pressing interposition portions 30 are continuously provided at partial positions along the extending direction of one side portion of the protection portion 28. A space is provided between the plurality of pressing interposition portions 30 along the extending direction of one side portion of the protection portion 28.

Each pressing interposition part 30 is formed in an elongated plate shape extending outward from one side of the protection part 28. The pressing interposition part 30 includes a relay part 32 on the protection part 28 side and an interposition main body part 34 on the end part side far from the protection part 28.

The relay unit 32 is connected to one side of the protection unit 28. In addition, a linear broken line L is formed at the boundary line between the one side portion of the protection portion 28 and the relay portion 32. The broken line L forms a linear recess in at least one main surface of the hollow plate material 22 between the protection portion 28 and the relay portion 32, or in at least one plate-like portion 23 of the hollow plate material 22. It is formed by forming a linear slit or the like. The relay part 32 is bent with respect to the protection part 28 along the linear broken line L.

The length dimension of the relay part 32 (length dimension extending in the extending direction of one side part of the protection part 28) is the number of the electric wires 12 to be protected and the electric wire 10 with the protection part. It is set according to the gap of the accommodation space.

The interposition main body 34 is connected to the end opposite to the protection part 28 with respect to the relay part 32. A straight broken line L is formed at the boundary line between the relay part 32 and the interposition main body part 34. The broken line L is formed in the same manner as the broken line L described above. The interposition main body 34 is bent with respect to the relay portion 32 along the linear fold line L.

The length dimension of the interposition main body part 34 is preferably set to be the same as or longer than the width dimension of the protection part 28. But the length dimension of the interposition main-body part 34 may be smaller than the width dimension of the protection part 28. FIG.

Also, a positioning recess 35 for positioning the adhesive tape 40 is formed at the tip of the interposition main body 34 (that is, the end of the pressing interposition 30). The positioning recess 35 is formed so as to be recessed from the distal end portion of the interposition main body portion 34, and the width dimension thereof is preferably set larger than the width dimension of the adhesive tape 40.

In a state where the electric wire 12 is disposed on the one main surface of the protection unit 28, the relay unit 32 is bent on the one main surface side of the protection unit 28 so as to be in a vertical posture with respect to the protection unit 28. In addition, the interposition main body 34 is bent with respect to the relay portion 32 so as to face the protection portion 28 via the electric wire 12 and be in parallel with the protection portion 28.

The adhesive tape 40 is a member in which an adhesive layer is formed on one main surface of a belt-like substrate formed of resin or the like. And the adhesive tape 40 is wound around the electric wire 12 and the protection part 28 in the partial position (position in which each interposition main-body part 34 was provided) in the extension direction of the electric wire 12. FIG. In this state, the interposition main body portion 34 of the pressing interposition portion 30 is interposed between the adhesive tape 40 and the electric wire 12 at a position opposite to the protection portion 28 with respect to the electric wire 12. Thereby, it is suppressed that the adhesive layer of the adhesive tape 40 adheres directly to the electric wire 12 at a position opposite to the protective portion 28 with respect to the electric wire 12. Thereby, the electric wire movable holding | maintenance part 50 comprised by the adhesive tape 40 and the interposition part 30 for pressing does not leave | separate the electric wire 12 with respect to the protection part 28 in several places spaced apart in the extension direction of the electric wire 12. To hold.

Thus, in the state where the electric wire 12 is held with respect to the electric wire movable holding portion 50, the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces of the hollow plate material 22 intersects the extending direction of the electric wire 12. Here, the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces of the hollow plate material 22 is orthogonal to the extending direction of the electric wires 12. For this reason, the protection part 28 formed of the hollow plate material 22 can be easily bent by a line orthogonal to the extending direction of the electric wire 12 rather than the width direction. That is, the electric wire 10 with a protection part is easy to bend so as to be folded. Here, the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces of the hollow plate material 22 intersects or is orthogonal to the extending direction of the electric wire 12 when the protecting part 22 is viewed in plan (protecting part 22 (When viewed in the normal line direction) or an orthogonal relationship.

Moreover, since the adhesive tape 40 is pressing the electric wire 12 toward the protection part 28 via the interposition main body part 34 on the opposite side of the protection part 28, the electric wire 12 is a protection part along the extension direction. Easy to move from 28. Therefore, the electric wire movable holding part 50 holds the electric wire 12 in a state in which the electric wire 12 is movable in the extending direction. Note that the adhesive tape 40 may be in direct contact with the electric wire 12 on the opposite side of the relay portion 32, but the movement of the electric wire 12 is not greatly hindered as long as the contact is from one direction. In addition, by arranging the electric wire 12 inside the distal end portion of the interposition main body 34, the contact between the adhesive tape 40 and the electric wire 12 can be avoided as much as possible.

An example of a method for manufacturing the electric wire 10 with a protective part will be described.

First, as shown in FIG. 5, a plate material 20 </ b> B is prepared in which a plurality of pressing intervening portions 30 are continuously provided at one side of a rectangular plate-shaped protective portion 28 at intervals. The plate material 20B is formed by press-cutting the hollow plate material 22. The polygonal line L may be formed simultaneously when the hollow plate material 22 is press-cut, or may be formed before or after the hollow plate material 22 is press-cut. When forming the plate member 20 </ b> B, the mold is taken so that the extending direction of the hollow space (the extending direction of the interposition part 24) is along the width direction of the protective part 28.

And as shown in FIG. 6, the extension direction of the protection part 28 so that the extension direction of the electric wire 12 and the extension direction of the hollow space (extension direction of the interposition part 24) cross (here, orthogonal). The electric wire 12 is disposed on the one main surface side of the protection part 28 along the line, and the pressing interposition part 30 is bent along each broken line L.

Then, as shown in FIG. 7, the electric wires 12 (bundles of a plurality of electric wires 12) are arranged in three directions by the protective portion 28, the relay portion 32, and the interposition portion 24 at each of the locations where the pressing interposition portions 30 are provided. Will be surrounded. In addition, you may make it lengthen the pressing intervention part and arrange | position a hollow plate material on the opposite side of the relay part 32. FIG.

In this state, the adhesive tape 40 is wound around each of the locations where the pressing interposition portions 30 are provided. Then, the pressing interposition part 30 is pressed toward the protection part 28 by the adhesive tape 40, and the electric wire 12 (a bundle of a plurality of electric wires 12) is pressed toward the protection part 28 and held by the protection part 28. It becomes a state. At this time, if the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape 40 is wound so that the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape 40 passes through the positioning recess 35, the pressure-sensitive adhesive tape 40 is hardly displaced along the direction in which the electric wires 12 extend.

When the adhesive tape 40 is wound, the winding force of the extent that the pressing force of the electric wire 12 against the protection portion 28 is excessive and the movement along the extending direction of the electric wire 12 is not hindered, that is, the electric wire 12 is Although it is pressed to the extent that it comes into contact with the protection portion 28, it may be wound with a winding force that is movable along the longitudinal direction.

This completes the electric wire 10 with a protective part.

According to the thus configured electric wire 10 with a protective part, since the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces intersects the extending direction of the electric wire 12, as shown in FIG. The electric wire 10 can be bent easily. For this reason, the electric wire 10 with a protection part can be bent, and it can accommodate in a container for conveyance, conveyance, storage, etc. as a compact form.

Further, as shown in FIG. 8, when the electric wire 10 with a protective part is bent between the electric wire movable holding parts 50, a difference in path length between the protective part 28 and the electric wire 12 may occur. For example, when the protection part 28 is set on the inner peripheral side and the electric wire 12 is set on the outer peripheral side and the electric wire 10 with the protection part is bent, the path length of the electric wire 12 becomes longer than the path length of the protection part 28 at the bent portion. In this case, in the electric wire movable holding part 50, since the electric wire 12 can move along the extending direction, the electric wire 12 is sent from the electric wire movable holding part 50 toward the bent portion. It can move and the electric wire 10 with a protection part can be bent easily. In addition, the protection part 28 may be bent so as to be bent or may be bent.

After that, when the electric wire 10 with a protective part is assembled in a vehicle or the like, the electric wire 10 with a protective part is returned to the original linear state as shown in FIG. When the electric wire 10 with protective part is returned to the original linear state, the length dimension of the electric wire 12 is left between the electric wire movable holding portions 50, but as described above, the electric wire 12 is Since it can move along the extending direction, the electric wire 12 moves from the electric wire movable holding portion 50 to the side away from the bent portion so as to send the remainder to the outside of both electric wire movable holding portions 50. be able to. The surplus portion of the electric wire 12 generated in the both-wire movable holding unit 50 is naturally made by the restoring force that the electric wire 12 tries to return to the linear state when the electric wire 10 with the protection unit is returned to the original linear state. Alternatively, it may be performed by the operator pressing the electric wire 12 toward the protection unit 28.

As shown in FIG. 10, if the pressing interposition part 30 is omitted and the adhesive tape 40 is directly adhered to the electric wire 12, the protective part 28 and the electric wire 12 are forcibly bent to cause the electric wire 12 to adhere to both. Even if the tape 40 can be fed to the bent portion, if it is returned to its original position, the excess electric wire 12 is difficult to move outward between the two adhesive tapes 40. Tends to float from the protection unit 28.

As described above, when the electric wire 12 and the protective portion 28 are bent, even if the path lengths thereof are different and the electric wire 12 is displaced from the electric wire movable holding portion 50, the electric wire 12 and the protective portion 28 are restored to their original shapes. If it returns, it will be easy to return the electric wire 12 to the original position. For this reason, at the time of vehicle assembly or the like, the electric wire 12 can be returned to the state disposed along the protection portion 28, and the electric wire 12 is unlikely to interfere with other parts of the vehicle.

Moreover, since the extending direction of the hollow plate 22 of the hollow plate 22 is orthogonal to the electric wire 12, it is easy to bend so that the electric wire 10 with a protective part is folded.

The electric wire movable holding part 50 is interposed between the adhesive tape 40 and the electric wire 12 on the opposite side of the protective part 28 with respect to the electric wire 12 and the adhesive tape 40 wound around the electric wire 12 and the protective part 28. Therefore, the electric wire 12 can be easily moved along the extending direction of the electric wire 12 with respect to the electric wire movable holding portion 50. Further, it is possible to flexibly cope with fluctuations in the thickness and number of the electric wires 12 arranged along the protection unit 28. Further, by adjusting the winding force or the like of the adhesive tape 40, it is possible to hold down the electric wire 12 with an appropriate force, it is possible to suppress the damage by the pressing interposition part 30, and the electric wire 12 has its longitudinal length. It can also be made easy to move in the direction.

Further, since the pressing interposition part 30 is a part formed by the hollow plate material 22 connected to the side part of the protection part 28, the pressing interposition part 30 is provided on the opposite side of the protection part 28 with respect to the electric wire 12. The operation of winding the adhesive tape 40 can be easily performed while being interposed between the adhesive tape 40 and the electric wire 12.

Moreover, the pressing interposition part 30 is connected to the side part of the protection part 28 and is connected to the relay part 32 that is bent along the fold line L along the boundary line with respect to the protection part 28, and is connected to the relay part 32 and the relay part 32. The intervening main body portion 34 is protected along the length of the relay portion 32 because it includes the intervening main body portion 34 that is bent along the broken line L that is a boundary line with respect to the wire and interposed between the adhesive tape 40 and the electric wire 12. It is disposed at a position away from the portion 28. For this reason, it is easy to stabilize the height dimension of the electric wire 10 with a protection part. Thereby, the electric wire 10 with a protection part of the height dimension which can be stored in a predetermined accommodation space can be manufactured stably. Moreover, since the clearance for the length dimension of the relay part 32 is easy to ensure between the protection part 28 and the interposition main-body part 34, the electric wire 12 can make it easy to move between them.

Further, since the positioning recess 35 for positioning the adhesive tape 40 is formed at the end of the pressing interposition part 30, the adhesive tape 40 is difficult to be displaced from the pressing interposition part 30.

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In the above-described embodiment, the example in which the positioning recess 35 is formed at the end of the pressing interposition part 30 has been described. However, as in the first modification shown in FIG. 11, the protection part 128 corresponding to the protection part 28. The positioning concave portion 135 may be formed on the side portion (here, the side portion opposite to the side portion to which the pressing interposition portion 30 is connected). The positioning concave portion 135 is formed with a positioning concave portion 135 at a position where the pressing interposition portion 30 is provided in the extending direction of the protective portion 28 (the extending direction of the electric wire 12). Thereby, the adhesive tape 40 can be positioned more reliably. However, one or both of the positioning recesses 35 and 135 may be omitted.

Moreover, in the said embodiment, although all the some holding | maintenance parts holding the electric wire 12 demonstrated in the example which is the electric wire movable holding | maintenance part 50, the several holding | maintenance of the electric wire 12 is carried out like the 2nd modification shown in FIG. A part of the holding part may be the electric wire movable holding part 50, and the other may be the holding part 250 that holds the electric wire 12 at a fixed position. Here, in the holding unit 250, the pressing intervention unit 30 is omitted from the movable wire holding unit 50, and the protective unit 28 and the electric wire 12 are in a state where the adhesive tape 240 is in direct contact with the electric wire 12 on the opposite side of the protective unit 28. It is set as the structure wound by.

Even in this case, since the electric wire 12 can move on the electric wire movable holding portion 50 side including the pressing interposition portion 30, the same effect as the above embodiment can be obtained. Therefore, at least one of the plurality of holding units that hold the electric wire in the protection unit may be an electric wire movable holding unit that holds the electric wire in a movable state with respect to the extending direction.

In the above embodiment, the pressing intervention part 30 is described as being connected to the protection part 28, but this is not necessarily required. As in the third modification shown in FIG. 13, a pressing interposition part 330 may be formed separately from the protection part 328 corresponding to the protection part 28. In this case, the pressing interposition part 330 is disposed on the electric wire 12 on the side opposite to the protection part 328 with respect to the electric wire 12, and the adhesive tape 40 is wound around the electric wire 12, the protection part 328 and the pressing interposition part 330. Turn it. In this case, the pressing interposition part 330 and the wound adhesive tape 40 become the electric wire movable holding part 350. Even in this modified example, the adhesive tape 40 does not directly adhere to the electric wire 12 in the portion where the protective portion 328 and the pressing interposition portion 330 are present, so that the electric wire 12 can move relative to the electric wire movable holding portion 350.

Moreover, it is not essential that the electric wire movable holding portion includes an adhesive tape as in the above embodiment and each modification. For example, as in the fourth modification shown in FIG. 14, in the state where the electric wire 12 is disposed on one main surface of the protective portion 428 corresponding to the protective portion 28, the binding band 440 includes the protective portion 428 and the electric wire 12. They may be wound around and bound and fixed. In this modified example, the binding band 440 itself presses the electric wire 12 toward the protection part 428, but does not adhere to the electric wire 12. For this reason, the electric wire 12 can move along the extending direction of the electric wire 12 with respect to the electric wire movable holding part 450 constituted by the binding band 440. The binding band 440 itself includes a band 442 in which a plurality of locking grooves are formed and a locking portion 444 in which locking claws that can be selectively locked to the plurality of locking portions are formed. It is a member for binding electric wires. By adjusting the position where the locking portion is selectively locked to the plurality of locking portions, the binding force of the binding band 440 is adjusted to such an extent that the electric wire 12 can be moved along its extending direction. It is good to keep.

Moreover, it is not essential that the extending direction of the hollow plate 22 of the hollow plate 22 is orthogonal to the electric wire 12. If the extending direction of the hollow plate 22 of the hollow plate 22 intersects the electric wire 12, the electric wire 10 with a protective part can be bent so as to shorten the length dimension of the electric wire 10 with a protective part.

In addition, each structure demonstrated in the said embodiment and each modification can be suitably combined unless it mutually contradicts.

Although the present invention has been described in detail as described above, the above description is illustrative in all aspects, and the present invention is not limited thereto. It is understood that countless variations that are not illustrated can be envisaged without departing from the scope of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Electric wire with a protection part 12 Electric wire 22 Hollow plate material 23 Plate-shaped part 24 Interposition part 28,128,328,428 Protection part 30,330,450 Interposition part for pressing 32 Relay part 34 Interposition main body part 35,135 Depression part 40 for positioning, 240 Adhesive tape 50, 350 Electric wire movable holding part 250 Holding part 440 Binding band

Claims (6)

  1. Electric wires,
    A plate-like member formed by a hollow plate member including a plurality of plate-like portions and an interposition portion that forms a plurality of elongated hollow spaces in parallel between the plurality of plate-like portions, and disposed along the electric wire. A protection section;
    A plurality of holding the electric wire in the protective part at a plurality of positions spaced in the extending direction of the electric wire in a posture in which the extending direction of the plural hollow spaces intersects the extending direction of the electric wire. A holding part,
    With
    At least one of the plurality of holding parts is an electric wire with a protective part, which is an electric wire movable holding part that holds the electric wire in a movable state with respect to the extending direction.
  2. It is an electric wire with a protection part according to claim 1,
    The electric wire with a protective part, wherein the extending direction of the plurality of hollow spaces is in a posture orthogonal to the extending direction of the electric wire.
  3. It is an electric wire with a protection part according to claim 1 or claim 2,
    The wire movable holding part is
    An adhesive tape wound around the electric wire and the protective part at a partial position in the extending direction of the electric wire;
    On the opposite side of the protection part with respect to the electric wire, an interposition part for pressing interposed between the adhesive tape and the electric wire,
    Electric wire with protective part including.
  4. It is an electric wire with a protection part according to claim 3,
    The intervening portion for pressing is an electric wire with a protective portion, which is a portion formed by the hollow plate member connected to a side portion of the protective portion.
  5. It is an electric wire with a protection part according to claim 4,
    The pressing interposition part is connected to a side part of the protection part and is bent along a boundary line with respect to the protection part, and is connected to the relay part and is bent along a boundary line with respect to the relay part. And an interposed main body interposed between the adhesive tape and the electric wire.
  6. It is an electric wire with a protection part given in any 1 paragraph of Claims 3-5,
    An electric wire with a protective part, wherein a positioning concave part for positioning the adhesive tape is formed in at least one of a side part of the protective part and an end part of the pressing intermediate part.
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JPH0666231U (en) * 1993-02-16 1994-09-16 矢崎総業株式会社 Wire harness housing protector
JP2008130491A (en) * 2006-11-24 2008-06-05 Toyota Motor Corp Wire harness for bent portion structure
JP2008148444A (en) * 2006-12-11 2008-06-26 Yazaki Corp Protector
JP2014117099A (en) * 2012-12-11 2014-06-26 Yazaki Corp Wire harness

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JPH0666231U (en) * 1993-02-16 1994-09-16 矢崎総業株式会社 Wire harness housing protector
JP2008130491A (en) * 2006-11-24 2008-06-05 Toyota Motor Corp Wire harness for bent portion structure
JP2008148444A (en) * 2006-12-11 2008-06-26 Yazaki Corp Protector
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