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Dokumentenidentifikation EP1633602 19.04.2007
EP-Veröffentlichungsnummer 0001633602
Titel ANORDNUNG FÜR EINEN BETÄTIGUNGSMECHANISMUS
Anmelder Metagal Industria e Comercio Ltda., Estado de Minas Gerais, BR
Erfinder SESTOKAS, Affonso Roberto, CEP-04038-030 S o Paulo - Estado de S o, BR
Vertreter derzeit kein Vertreter bestellt
DE-Aktenzeichen 602004005194
Vertragsstaaten DE, ES, FR, GB, IT
Sprache des Dokument EN
EP-Anmeldetag 09.06.2004
EP-Aktenzeichen 047363742
WO-Anmeldetag 09.06.2004
PCT-Aktenzeichen PCT/BR2004/000088
WO-Veröffentlichungsnummer 2004110818
WO-Veröffentlichungsdatum 23.12.2004
EP-Offenlegungsdatum 15.03.2006
EP date of grant 07.03.2007
Veröffentlichungstag im Patentblatt 19.04.2007
IPC-Hauptklasse B60R 1/07(2006.01)A, F, I, 20070206, B, H, EP
IPC-Nebenklasse B60R 1/072(2006.01)A, L, I, 20070206, B, H, EP   

Beschreibung[en]

The present specification refers to a patent for a utility model covering an actuating mechanism belonging to the field of the components of outer rear-view mirrors, and which has received an arrangement to provide better usage and manufacture conditions.

An actuating mechanism for the outer rear-view mirror is already known by essentially comprising: a pair of electric micro-engines provided with endless axes coaxial with their geometric axes, and arranged in respect of the mirror in order to move the mirror around its horizontal and vertical geometric axes; a pair of annular gears coupled with respective endless axes; two elastic grips incorporated into the gears; two threaded actuating pins, which pass through and couple with the grips and are axially movable by such grips; a casing which houses the engine and gear assembly, the ends of the actuating pins projecting outwards such casing, and placed in the inner face of the rear wall of the cover of the outer rear-view mirror assembly; a middle articulation assembly, the first portion of which being incorporated into the casing; a plate for supporting the mirror bracket whose rear face incorporates a pair of grooves with which the ends of the actuating pins are articulately coupled, and said supporting plate further featuring a second portion of the middle articulation assembly.

EP 0 395 052 describes an "ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ACTUATING MECHANISM" comprising: a pair of electric micro-engines; a pair of annular gears; two grips incorporated into the gears; two threaded actuating pins, which pass through and remain coupled with the grips; a casing, which houses the engine and gear assembly, from which the ends of the actuating pins project outwards; a middle articulation assembly a first portion of which being incorporated into the body of the casing; a plate for supporting the mirror bracket whose rear face features a pair of grooves, where the ends of the actuating pins articulately couple with; said supporting plate featuring a second portion of the middle articulation assembly ; said articulation assembly being further formed by a balance beam articulately coupled with the mentioned first and second portions of the articulation assembly ; said electric micro-engines featuring sections among which one shows a larger dimension, and the other shows a smaller dimension, whereby the larger sections of the electric engines are orthogonal to the bottom walls of the body and cover of the casing, so their electric connection terminals are freely arranged next to their respective openings of the side wall of the body, thus enabling the electric wiring connection by fitting; grooves receiving the ends of the balance beam are "C"-shaped grooves, and the ends of the balance beam are cylindrical and can forcedly pass through the free ends of said "C"-shaped grooves.

While such actuator meets its objective, studies have been made in order to improve it. The result of such studies is the present arrangement for the actuating mechanism.

Thus, usually such actuating mechanisms consist of a great number of parts, more specifically over twenty parts build the mechanism. In the present arrangement the mechanism consists of twelve parts only, what greatly simplifies its manufacture, and decreases its cost accordingly.

Generally, the electrical connections of the engines require welding and several kinds of arrangements to match the assembly with the number of connection possibilities of the different vehicle models. According to the present arrangement, the electric engines have their largest section dimensions arranged orthogonally to the bottom of the body and casing cover, with which the connection ends of such engines are at the side part of the actuating assembly casing, thus allowing wiring to be made by fitting (transfixed); such wires deriving from the casing being sufficient to receive as many types of connections as possible, according to the electric circuit of the receiving vehicle model.

According to the usual constructions, the elastic grips inside the gears show an annular configuration built by several sectors, and is compressed against the actuating pins by means of originally isolated springs, which are mounted outside around such grips. Such construction meets the requirements, but is relatively complex and makes mounting the assembly at the manufacturing line complicated. In order to overcome such problem, according to the present arrangement, bipartite and elastic annular structures are provided. Such construction is relatively simpler than the conventional and simplifies the mounting of the manufacturing line.

According to the conventional construction, the means for fastening a part of the casing to another essentially comprises rims provided with windows articulately incorporated into one of the casing parts, and corresponding bumpers incorporated into another part, and with which the windows of the respective articulated rims are coupled. This method of construction is relatively complex and requires similarly relatively complex molding tools. Further, the rims break up or lose their effects after a few opening and closing movements, which jeopardizes the assembly closure.

In order to overcome this disadvantage, the connection of the casing parts according to the present arrangement is made by means of openings provided in a portion and respective pins provided in the other, such openings and pins having geometries, which enable coupling and uncoupling without causing damages to the portions. Yet, such openings and pins are such that can be formed by means of the details of the relatively simple moulds, which require no drawers and other complex structures.

According to one embodiment possibility, the middle articulation of the mirror supporting plate in the casing provides a balance beam, whose middle point articulates to the casing and the ends support an articulated mirror supporting plate, all of that to provide a working similar to that of a universal joint. Pursuant to the conventional construction, mounting the balance beam in the casing, and particularly mounting the supporting plate in the balance beam are relatively complex operations, thus causing complications to the manufacturing line. In order to overcome such disadvantages, the device coupling the supporting plate to the balance beam comprises the supporting plate provided with a central, circular opening, where the balance beam is arranged, and provided with two diametrically opposite and turned to opposite directions C-shaped grooves, with which the respective ends of the balance beam fit. This form of configuration of the grooves allows for the balance beam ends to be arranged in front of the groove openings, and coupling to be simply made by making an angular movement with the balance beam around its cross-sectional axis.

Such improved constructive details of the present actuating mechanism end up by serving as the foundation for a mechanism whose construction and mounting are extremely simpler than those of the similar, conventional mechanism.

The attached drawings refer to the arrangement of the actuating mechanism, object of the present patent for utility model, in which:

  • Figure 1 shows the actuating mechanism with its parts shown apart and in perspective;
  • Figure 2 shows the actuating mechanism as mounted, seen in the plant from its supporting plate for the mirror bracket, where the balance beam is arranged;
  • Figure 3 shows a S-S section indicated in the previous Figure;
  • Figure 4 shows an enlarged detail of Figure 3;
  • Figure 5 shows a T-T section indicated in Figure 2;
  • Figure 6 shows a X-X section indicated in Figure 2;
  • Figure 7. shows a Y-Y section indicated in the previous figure;
  • Figure 8 shows a section of the gear;
  • Figure 9 shows in plant the supporting plate for the mirror bracket;
  • Figure 10 shows a L-L section indicated in the previous figure,
  • Figure 11 shows a diametrical section of the casing body; and
  • Figure 12 also shows a diametrical section of the casing cover.

According to what is shown in the above-mentioned figures, the actuating mechanism object of the present patent for utility model is intended to move the mirror bracket itself 1 of an outer rear-view assembly, and is essentially comprised (figs. 1 to 5) by: a pair of electric micro-engines 10 provided with endless axes 11 coaxial with the geometric axes, and arranged in respect of the mirror 1 in order to move it around its horizontal and vertical geometric axes; a pair of annular gears 20 coupled with the respective endless axes; two elastic grips 30 incorporated into the gears; two threaded actuating pins 40, which pass through and get coupled with the grips; a casing 50-60, which houses the engine and gear assembly from which the actuating pin ends project outwards, and which is placed in the inner face of the rear wall of the outer rear-view mirror assembly cover; a middle articulation assembly 70, a first portion of which being incorporated into the casing; a plate 80 for supporting the mirror bracket 1 whose rear face features a pair of grooves 81, where the ends of the actuating pins 40 are articulately coupled 40, and said supporting plate further featuring a second portion of the middle articulation assembly 70; said actuating pins 40 being axially movable when the engine(s) 10 is(are) driven and move the supporting plate 80 including the mirror 1, or said mirror bracket assembly 1 and supporting plate 80 can be moved by the direct manual action of the user, when the actuating pins 40 then exert force over the grips 30 to open and move them axially in respect thereof; the casing 50-60 is formed by the body 50 and cover 60 built by bottom 50', 60' and side walls 50", 60", respectively.

According to the present arrangement, the electric micro-engines 10 include a greater section, and another with a smaller dimension (Figures 6 and 7), the greater section being located in an orthogonal plan to the bottom walls 50' and 60' of the body 50 and cover 60 of the casing, in order to enable its electric wire terminals to be freely arranged next to the respective openings 51 (Figure 1) of the side wall 50" of the body 50, thereby enabling the connection of electric wires 90 by fitting (transfixing). For such purpose, the body 50 features in its bottom 50' two beds (Figure 1) for receiving the electric engines, and such beds being built by concave bottom surfaces 52 aligned with equal concave surfaces 52' provided on the cover 60, said beds being further formed by end grips 53 and side rims 54, so that the electric engines 10 remain retained between the concave surfaces 52, 52'; the end grips 53 and side rims 54. The referred to body 50 further features on its bottom portion 50', annular bearing rims 55 which work as a support for the gears 20; and three openings 56 arranged in a triangle-like formation, and receiving bolts for fastening the mechanism to the cover bottom of the rear-view mirror assembly.

The cover 60 has a peripheral wall 60" provided with openings 63 (fig. 1) which get in line with the openings 51 of the peripheral wall 50" of the body 50, through which the wires 90 pass, and the bottom 60' of said cover 60 features bearing seats 64 for the gears 20 and three sleeves 65 aligned with the openings 56 of the body 50 for receiving the fastening bolts.

Each annular gear 20 (fig. 8) is formed: by a gearing section whose outer surface is a toothed surface 21 coupled with the endless axis 11 of the electric engine 10; and by a supporting section 22, which is coupled with the annular bearing edge 55 of the body 50, where it can turn.

Each annular grip 30 (fig..8) is formed: by a bipartite annular and elastic body 31, arranged inside the opening gear 20 in a concentric way thereto, and one end thereof being located at the medium height level of the gear 20 where an edge 32 is provided for connecting the inner surface thereof to the elastic, annular, bipartite body 31, and the opposite end of said elastic, annular, bipartite body 31 being at the level of the gearing section end 21 of gear 20 where a helical baseboard 33 for gearing with the actuating pin 40 is provided.

The middle articulation assembly 70 comprises, essentially: a balance beam 71 (figs. 1, 2, 5) whose medium point is articulately coupled with a groove 72 (fig. 3) provided on the bottom outer surface 60' of cover 60, and the ends of said balance beam 71 being coupled with two respective grooves 73 (figs. 5, 9); provided at a point diametrically opposite to the central height 82 of the mirror supporting plate 1; said outer surface of the bottom 60' of cover 60 and opening 82 of the supporting plate 80 are provided with intercoupled spherical segment surfaces 74 and 75 (fig. 4), which complete the middle articulation 70.

In the present arrangement, the grooves 73, receiving the balance beam ends 71 are "C"-shaped (figs. 1, 9, 10), and their concavities are turned to opposite directions one to the other, the ends 76 of the balance beam 71 are cylindrical and can forcedly pass through the free ends of said "C"-shaped grooves 73. With that, the balance beam 71 can be mounted in the "C"-shaped grooves 73 by arranging their ends 76 in front of the openings of the referred to "C"-shaped grooves, and next a small turn can be applied to the balance beam 71 around the cross-sectional geometric axis, so that their ends 76 forcedly pass through the openings of the "C"-shaped grooves 73. This mounting approach facilitates very much the process for mounting the manufacturing line of the actuator.

In the present arrangement, the device for fastening the body 50 and the cover 60 comprises, essentially: at least three openings 57 (fig. 1, 5, 11) provided in the corners between the bottom 50' and the peripheral wall 50" of the body 50, and means of corresponding cuneiform, turned outwards projections 63 (figs. 1, 5, 12) provided in the end of the peripheral wall 60" of cover 60. The mentioned openings 57 are such that can be made without the need of drawers in the cover shaping moulds. For such purpose, such openings are formed by outer cut-offs in the peripheral wall 50" from the ridge in respect of the bottom 50', such cut-offs being extended up to next the free edge of said peripheral wall 50".

The endless axes 11; the gears and the elastic grips 20-30; the actuating pins 40; the body 50 and the cover 60 of the casing; the balance beam 71, and the supporting plate 80 are made of a thermoplastic material conveniently shaped.


Anspruch[de]
Anordnung für einen Betätigungsmechanismus, umfassend ein Paar elektrischer Mikromotoren (10), die mit endlosen Wellen versehen sind; ein Paar ringförmiger Getrieberädern (20), die mit den jeweiligen endlosen Wellen gekoppelt sind; zwei elastische Halter (30), die in die Getrieberäder aufgenommen sind; zwei mit einem Gewinde versehene Betätigungsstifte (40), die durch die Halter verlaufen und mit ihnen gekoppelt bleiben; ein Gehäuse (50) - (60), in dem das Motor-Getrieberad-Aufbau untergebracht ist, und von dem die Enden der Betätigungsstifte auswärts vorspringen; einen mittleren Gelenkverbindungsaufbau (70), wovon ein erster Abschnitt in den Körper (50) des Gehäuses aufgenommen ist; eine Platte (80) zum Tragen der Spiegelstütze (1), deren hintere Fläche ein Paar Rillen (81) zeigt, mit denen sich die Enden der Betätigungsstifte (40) gelenkig koppeln; wobei die Trageplatte (80) ferner durch eine Mittelöffnung (82) gebildet ist und einen zweiten Abschnitt des mittleren Gelenkverbindungsaufbaus (70) zeigt; wobei der Gelenkverbindungsaufbau (70) ferner durch einen Waagebalken (71) gebildet ist, der gelenkig mit dem erwähnten ersten und zweiten Abschnitt des Gelenkverbindungsaufbaus (70) gekoppelt ist; wobei die elektrischen Mikromotoren (10) Abschnitte aufweisen, wovon einer eine größere Abmessung und der andere eine kleinere Abmessung zeigt, wobei die größeren Abschnitte der Elektromotoren (10) rechtwinkelig zu den unteren Wänden (50' und 60') des Körpers (50) und der Abdeckung (60) des Gehäuses liegen, so dass ihre elektrischen Anschlussklemmen frei neben ihren jeweiligen Öffnungen (51) der Seitenwand (50)" des Körpers (50) angeordnet sind, wodurch eine elektrische Drahtverbindung durch Einpassen ermöglicht wird; wobei jeder ringförmige Halter (30) durch einen zweiteiligen und elastischen ringförmigen Körper (31) gebildet ist, der konzentrisch mit dieser in der Getrieberadöffnung (20) angeordnet ist, und wovon sich ein Ende auf der mittleren Höhenebene des Getrieberads (20) befindet, wo ein Rand (32) zur Verbindung seiner inneren Fläche mit dem zweigeteilten, elastischen, ringförmigen Körper (31) angeordnet ist, während sich das entgegengesetzte Ende des zweigeteilten, elastischen, ringförmigen Körpers (31) auf der Endebene des Getrieberadeingriffsabschnitts (20) befindet, wo eine schraubenförmige Rippe (33) zum Eingriff mit dem Betätigungsstift (40) vorgesehen ist; wobei Rillen (73), die in die Öffnung (82) der Trageplatte (80) aufgenommen sind und die Enden des Waagebalkens (71) aufnehmen, "C"-förmige Rillen sind, die so angeordnet sind, dass ihre Konkavabschnitte in zueinander entgegengesetzte Richtungen gedreht sind, und die Enden (76) des Waagebalkens (71) zylinderförmig sind und unter Zwang durch die freien Enden der "C"-förmigen Rillen (73) verlaufen können mittels der Anordnung der zylinderförmigen Enden (76) vor den Öffnungen der "C"-förmigen Rillen (73) und einer Winkelbewegung im Waagebalken (71) um seine geometrische Querschnittachse zu den Enden (76) hin, um in die "C"-förmigen Rillen (73) zu gelangen; wobei die Vorrichtung zur Befestigung des Körpers (50) und der Abdeckung (60) des Gehäuses im Wesentlichen umfasst: zumindest drei Öffnungen (57), die in den Ecken zwischen der Unterseite (50)' und der Umfangswand (50)" des Körpers (50) vorgesehen sind, und entsprechende keilförmige, auswärts gedrehte Vorsprünge (63), die am Ende der Umfangswand (60)" der Abdeckung (60) vorgesehen sind; wobei die genannten Öffnungen (57) durch äußere Ausschnitte an der Umfangswand (50)" des Körpers (50) des Gehäuses von ihrer Kante in Bezug auf die Unterseite (50)' und sogar neben dem freien Rand der Umfangswand (50)" gebildet sind. Anordnung für einen Betätigungsmechanismus nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass der Körper (50) in seinem unteren Teil (50)' zwei Betten zur Aufnahme der Elektromotoren aufweist, die durch konkave untere Flächen (52) gebildet sind, die mit gleichen konkaven Flächen (52)', welche an der Abdeckung (60) vorgesehen sind, übereinstimmen, wobei die genannten Betten ferner durch Endhalter (53) und Seitenränder (54) gebildet sind, so dass die Elektromotoren (10) zwischen den konkaven Flächen (52), (52)', den äußeren Haltern (53) und den Seitenrändern (54) gehalten werden; wobei der Körper (50) ferner in seinem unteren Abschnitt (50)' ringförmige Lagerränder (55) zum Halten der Getrieberäder (20), und drei Öffnungen (56), die in einer dreieckförmigen Konfiguration angeordnet sind und Bolzen zum Befestigen des Mechanismus an der Unterseite des Rückspiegelaufbaumantels aufnehmen, aufweist. Anordnung für einen Betätigungsmechanismus nach Anspruch 1, dadurch gekennzeichnet, dass die Abdeckung (60) eine Umfangswand (60)" aufweist, die mit Öffnungen (63) versehen ist, welche mit den Öffnungen (51) der Umfangswand (50)" des Körpers (50) ausgerichtet sind, um die Drähte (90) hindurchzuführen, und die Unterseite (60)' der Abdeckung (60) Betten (64) zum Tragen der Getrieberäder (20) beinhaltet und drei Hülsen (65) enthält, die mit den Öffnungen (56) des Körpers (50) übereinstimmen, um die Befestigungsbolzen aufzunehmen.
Anspruch[en]
"ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ACTUATING MECHANISM", comprising: a pair of electric micro-engines (10) provided with endless axes (11); a pair of annular gears (20) coupled with the respective endless axes; two elastic grips (30) incorporated into the gears; two threaded actuating pins (40), which pass through and remain coupled with the grips; a casing (50)-(60), which houses the engine and gear assembly, from which the ends of the actuating pins project outwards; a middle articulation assembly (70) a first portion of which being incorporated into the body (50) of the casing; a plate (80) for supporting the mirror bracket (1) whose rear face features a pair of grooves (81), where the ends of the actuating pins articulately couple with (40); said supporting plate (80) being further formed by a middle opening (82), and featuring a second portion of the middle articulation assembly (70); said articulation assembly (70) being further formed by a balance beam (71) articulately coupled with the mentioned first and second portions of the articulation assembly (70); said electric micro-engines (10) featuring sections among which one shows a larger dimension, and the other shows a smaller dimension, whereby the larger sections of the electric engines (10) are orthogonal to the bottom walls (50' and 60') of the body (50) and cover (60) of the casing, so their electric connection terminals are freely arranged next to their respective openings (51) of the side wall (50)" of the body (50), thus enabling the electric wiring connection (90) by fitting; whereby each annular grip (30) is formed by: a bipartite and elastic annular body (31), arranged inside the gear opening (20), concentric thereto and an end of which is at the medium height level of the gear (20), where a rim (32) is arranged for the connection of its inner surface with the bipartite, elastic, annular body (31), and the opposite end of said bipartite, elastic, annular body (31) is at the end level of the gear gearing section (20), where a helical rib (33) is provided for gearing with the actuating pin (40); whereby grooves (73), incorporated into the opening (82) of the supporting plate (80) receiving the ends of the balance beam (71) are "C"-shaped grooves, placed with their concavities turned to opposite directions to each other, and the ends (76) of the balance beam (71) are cylindrical and can forcedly pass through the free ends of said "C"-shaped grooves (73), by means of the arrangement of said cylindrical ends (76) in front of the openings of the "C"-shaped grooves (73), and an angular movement in the balance beam (71) around its cross-sectional geometric axis towards the ends (76) to get into the "C"-shaped grooves (73); whereby the device for fastening the body (50) and the cover (60) of the casing essentially comprises of: at least three openings (57) provided in the corners between the bottom (50)' and the peripheral wall (50)" of the body (50), and corresponding cuneiform, turned outward projections (63) provided at the end of the peripheral wall (60)" of the cover (60); referred to openings (57) being formed by outer cut-offs on the peripheral wall (50)" of the body (50) of the casing from its ridge in respect of the bottom (50)', and even next to the free edge of said peripheral wall (50)". "ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ACTUATING MECHANISM", as claimed in claim 1, characterized in that the body (50) features in its bottom part (50)' two beds for receiving the electric engines formed by concave bottom surfaces (52), which get in line with equal concave surfaces (52)' provided on the cover (60), the referred to beds being further formed by end grips (53) and side rims (54) so that the electric engines (10) are retained between the concave surfaces (52), (52)'; the outer grips (53) and side rims (54); said body (50) further featuring in its bottom portion (50)' annular bearing rims (55) for supporting the gears (20); and three openings (56) arranged in a triangle-like configuration, and receiving bolts for fastening the mechanism to the bottom of the rear-view mirror assembly coat. "ARRANGEMENT FOR AN ACTUATING MECHANISM", as claimed in claim 1, characterized in that the cover (60) has a peripheral wall (60)" provided with openings (63) aligned with the openings (51) of the peripheral wall (50)" of the body (50) for passing the wires (90) and the bottom (60)' of said cover (60) including beds (64) for supporting the gears (20) and incorporating three sleeves (65) in line with the openings (56) of the body (50) for receiving the fastening bolts.
Anspruch[fr]
Agencement pour mécanisme d'actionnement comprenant : une paire de micromoteurs électriques (10) pourvus d'axes sans fin (11) ; une paire d'engrenages annulaires (20) couplés aux axes sans fin respectifs ; deux poignées élastiques (30) incorporées à l'intérieur des engrenages ; deux broches d'actionnement filetées (40), qui passent à travers les poignées et restent couplées à celles-ci ; un carter (50-60) qui loge le moteur et l'ensemble d'engrenage, depuis lequel les extrémités des broches d'actionnement se projettent vers l'extérieur ; un ensemble d'articulation central (70) dont une première partie est incorporée à l'intérieur du corps (50) du carter ; une plaque (80) destinée à supporter le support de rétroviseur (1) dont la face arrière présente une paire de rainures (81), dans lequel les extrémités des broches d'actionnement se couplent de manière articulée avec (40) ; ladite plaque de support (80) étant formée en outre par une ouverture centrale (82), et présentant une seconde partie de l'ensemble d'articulation central (70) ; ledit ensemble d'articulation (70) étant formé en outre par un fléau (71) couplé de manière articulée aux première et seconde parties mentionnées de l'ensemble d'articulation (70) ; lesdits micromoteurs électriques (10) présentant des sections parmi lesquelles l'une montre une dimension plus grande, et l'autre montre une dimension plus petite, les sections plus grandes des moteurs électriques (10) étant perpendiculaires aux parois inférieures (50' et 60') du corps (50) et du couvercle (60) du carter, de sorte que leurs bornes de connexion électrique sont librement agencées à côté de leurs ouvertures respectives (51) de la paroi latérale (50") du corps (50), permettant ainsi la connexion électrique câblée (90) par montage ; chaque poignée annulaire (30) étant formée par un corps annulaire bipartite et élastique (31), agencé à l'intérieur de l'ouverture d'engrenage (20), concentrique par rapport à celle-ci et dont une extrémité se situe au niveau de hauteur moyen de l'engrenage (20), dans lequel un rebord (32) est agencé pour raccorder sa surface interne au corps annulaire, élastique et bipartite (31), et l'extrémité opposée dudit corps annulaire, bipartite et élastique (31) se situe au niveau final de la section d'engrènement d'engrenage (20), dans lequel une nervure hélicoïdale (33) est prévue pour s'engrener avec la broche d'actionnement (40) ; les rainures (73), incorporées à l'intérieur de l'ouverture (82) de la plaque de support (80) recevant les extrémités du fléau (71) étant des rainures en forme de « C », placées avec leurs concavités tournées à l'opposé les unes des autres, et les extrémités (76) du fléau (71) sont cylindriques et peuvent passer de force à travers les extrémités libres desdites rainures en forme de « C » (73), au moyen de l'agencement desdites extrémités cylindriques (76) devant les ouvertures des rainures en forme de « C » (73), et un déplacement angulaire dans le fléau (71) autour de son axe géométrique transversal en direction des extrémités (76) pour parvenir à l'intérieur des rainures en forme de « C » (73) ; le dispositif destiné à fixer le corps (50) et le couvercle (60) du carter étant composé essentiellement : d'au moins trois ouvertures (57) prévues dans les coins entre le fond (50') et la paroi périphérique (50") du corps (50), et des protubérances cunéiformes (63) correspondantes, tournées vers l'extérieur, prévues à l'extrémité de la paroi périphérique (60") du couvercle (60) ; les ouvertures (57) mentionnées étant formées par des découpages externes sur la paroi périphérique (50") du corps (50) du carter depuis sa nervure par rapport au fond (50'), et même à côté du bord libre de ladite paroi périphérique (50"). Agencement pour mécanisme d'actionnement selon la revendication 1, caractérisé en ce que le corps (50) présente dans sa partie inférieure (50') deux bâtis destinés à recevoir les moteurs électriques formés par des surfaces inférieures concaves (52), lesquelles s'alignent sur les surfaces concaves (52') similaires prévues sur le couvercle (60), les bâtis mentionnés étant formés en outre par des poignées d'extrémité (53) et des rebords latéraux (54), de sorte que les moteurs électriques (10) sont retenus entre les surfaces concaves (52, 52'), les poignées externes (53) et les rebords latéraux (54) ; ledit corps (50) présentant en outre dans sa partie inférieure (50') des rebords annulaires de support (55) destinés à supporter les engrenages (20) ; et trois ouvertures (56) agencées selon une configuration de type triangulaire, et recevant des boulons destinés à fixer le mécanisme au fond du revêtement d'ensemble de rétroviseur intérieur. Agencement pour mécanisme d'actionnement selon la revendication 1, caractérisé en ce que le couvercle (60) présente une paroi périphérique (60") pourvue d'ouvertures (63) alignées sur les ouvertures (51) de la paroi périphérique (50") du corps (50) destinées à faire passer les fils (90) et le fond (60') dudit couvercle (60) comportant des bâtis (64) destinés à supporter les engrenages (20) et incorporant trois manchons (65) alignés sur les ouvertures (56) du corps (50) pour recevoir les boulons de fixation.






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