11/24/2021

Drivers Aug. Winkhaus Gmbh & Co Kg

I claim:

Winkhaus GmbH & Co. KG supplies products and services for windows and doors. The Company offers fitting technology and monitoring systems for windows and patio doors, locking, access control. Winkhaus GmbH & Co. August-Winkhaus-Strasse 31 48291 Telgte GERMANY. Phone: +626 fax: +767 e-mail: data (at) winkhaus (dot) de. Areas serviced: CH DE ES FR GB NL PL TR UA US.



1. Drive rod lock comprising

a drive rod (16) displaceable between an open position (FIGS. 1 and 1a) and a closure position (FIG. 2) in combination with at least one lock element (18, 78, 106, 114, 116),

a lock cylinder (1),

a step-down gearing (A) between the lock cylinder (1) and the drive rode (16) for the displacement of the drive rod (16) between the open position and the closure position and

a blocking device (28, 30) for the drive rod (16) which blocks the drive rode (16) in the closure position (FIG. 2) against displacement in the direction of the open position (FIGS. 1 and 1a) without torque introduction into the step-down gearing (A),

where a control dog construction group (22) is fitted on the gear output drive rod drive pinion (20) for drive engagement with a dog engagement profiling (26, 26') of the drive rode (16) and

where further a stop dog (28) is fitted on the gear output drive rode drive pinion (20) for action upon a counter-abutment face (31) of the drive rod (16),

characterized in that

(a) the dog engagement profiling (26, 26') is made with two recesses (26, 26'),

(b) the drive dog construction group (22) comprises two preferably circular control dogs fitted on the drive dog drive pinion (20), which dogs engage successively in recesses (26, 26') allocated to them by pairs,

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(c) the stop dog (28) is arranged in the middle region of the circumferential distance between the two control dogs (24, 24') on the drive rod drive pinion (20),

(d) the recess (26) loaded by a control dog in the closure position (FIG. 2) of the drive rode (16) is made with a limiting finger (30),

(e) the stop dog (28) rests, when the drive rod is in the closure position (FIG. 2), on the flank (31), called blocking flank (31), of the limiting finger (30) which is remote from the recess (26) loaded by the control dog,

(f) the drive rod (16) reaches its closure position before the closing rotating movement of the lock cylinder (1) and of the drive rode drive pinion (20) is terminated and the stop dog (28) after entry of the drive rod (16) into the locked position (FIG. 2), during the thereafter available remaining closure rotating movement of the lock cylinder (1) and of the drive rode drive pinion (20), reaches its blocking position on the blocking flank (31) of the limiting finger (30).



2. Drive rode lock according to claim 1, characterised in that the drive rod (16), staring from the open position (FIGS. 1 and 1a) and correspondingly from a zero position (key withdrawal position) of the lock cylinder (1) reaches its closure position after less than 2×360° lock cylinder rotation, and in that the remaining lock cylinder rotation up to 2×360° serves for driving the stop dog (28) into the blocking position in relation to the blocking flank (31) of the limiting finger (30).

3. Drive rod locking according to claim 2, characterised in that the drive rod drive pinion (20) carries out a locking rotating movement of about 200° in the case of a locking rotating movement of the lock cylinder (1) of 2×360°.

4. Drive rod lock according to claim 3, characterised in that the remaining locking rotating movement of the drive rode drive pinion (20) after entry of the drive (16) into the closure position (FIG. 2) amounts to about 20°.

5. Drive rod lock according to claim 1, characterised in that the control dogs (24, 24') and the stop dog (28) protrude axially from one end face of the drive rod drive pinion (20) and in that a part of the drive rod (16) carrying the recesses (26, 26') rests on this end face of the drive rod drive pinion (20).

6. Drive rode lock according to claim 1, characterised in that the control dogs (24, 24') have a circumferential interval of about 90° and in the that the circumferential interval of the stop dog (28) from the two control dogs (24, 24') amounts in each case to about 135°. Drivers Aug. Winkhaus Gmbh & Co KgDrivers Aug. Winkhaus Gmbh & Co kg

7. Drive rod lock according to claim 1, characterised in that the control dogs (24, 24') are connected with one another by a flange, forming an aperture lying between them for the engagement of a projection (25) lying between the two recesses (26, 26').

8. Drive rode lock according to claim 1, wherein a bolt (18) movable transversely of the direction of movement of the drive rode is provided and is displaceable by the drive rod (16) between a retracted position (FIG. 1 and 1a) and an extended position (FIG. 2), characterised in that a stationarily mounted bell-crank layer (35) engages with a first arm (38) through a pin-slot connection (38, 40) on a bolt tail (36) of the bolt (13) and comprises a second arm (50), namely a control arm (50), which is in engagement with a control profile (44', 44, 52) of the drive rod (16).

9. Drive rod lock according to claim 8, characterised in that the control profile (44', 44, 52) comprises control faces (44, 44') arranged with spacing and at right angles to the direction of movement of the bolt (18) for the extension and retraction of the bolt (18) and an end face (52), substantially parallel to the direction of movement of the drive rod (16) for the blocking of the extended bolt (18).

10. Drive rod lock according to claim 8, characterised in that a shoulder (56) is provided on the bolt (18) and a shoulder engagement pin (54) is provided on the drive rod (16), the shoulder engagement pin (54) coming into bolt blocking engagement behind the shoulder (56) after the bolt (13 has reached its fully extended position (FIG. 2).

11. Drive rot lock according to claim 1, where at least one pivot bolt (106) is pivotable between a pivoted-in and a pivoted-out position (FIGS. 4 and 5) by the drive rod (16), characterised in that for the pivoting of the pivot bolt (106) a rack (108) is fitted on the drive rod (16) and a toothed segment (110) on the pivot bolt (106).

12. Drive rod lock according to claim 11, characterised int hat the toothed segment (110) is fitted on a hub part of the hook-shaped pivot bolt (106).

13. Drive rode lock according to claim 11, characterised in that the pivot bolt (106) is part of an additional lock (104) secured on a flange rail (3).

14. Drive rod lock according to claim 1, characterised in that it comprises a catch (78)m which is retractable out of a locking position reached under spring pressure (59), according to choice, by rotation of a handle nut (80) or from the lock cylinder (1) into an open position (FIG. 3).

15. Drive rod lock according to claim 14, characterised in that an engaging member (100) which in the rotation of the lock cylinder (1) beyond its zero position corresponding to the open position of the drive rod (16) strikes against a nose (102) of a catch lever (96) acting upon the catch (78) is fitted on the drive rod drive pinion (20).

16. Drive rod lock comprising

a drive rod (16) displaceable between an open position (FIG. 11) and a closure position (FIG. 15), in connection with at least one lock element (18),

a lock cylinder (1), a step-down gearing (A) between the lock cylinder (1) and the drive rod (16) for displacing the drive rod (16) between the open position (FIG. 11) and the closure position (FIG. 15), where the step-down gearing (A) possesses on the lock cylinder side a toothed rim (10) which meshes with two drive-output wheels (12, 12') arranged after it and comprises a slot (2) open to the edge and formed for insertion of the lock bit (1a) of the lock cylinder (1), and where a drive rod drive member (20) of the step-down gearing (A), which member is rotatable about a non-displaceable axis (32), acts through an engaging device (24, 24', P) upon the drive rod (16),

further comprising

a bolt (18) which is displaceable transversely of the longitudinal axis of the drive rod (16) between a retracted position (FIG. 11) and an extended position (FIG. 15) and is driveable in response to the drive rod movement through movement conversion means (46, 46', 38, 38a, 40)

and further comprising

a catch (78) prestressed by spring force (59) into a closure position, which is retractable for the one part from a handle nut (80) and for the other from the lock cylinder (1), against the spring force (59),

where the slot (2) of the toothed rim (10) is displaceable out of its zero degree position in at least one direction of rotation over a range of angle of variation of the lock bit (1a), without the occurrence of shift of the thrust bolt (18),

a dog construction group (22) being provided on the drive rod driver member (20), with two control dogs (24, 24') and a stop dog (28) and a dog engagement profiling (P) being mounted for common linear movement with the drive rod (16) and provided with two recesses (26, 26') pertaining by pairs to the control dogs (24, 24') and two limiting fingers (30, 30') on both sides of the recesses (26, 26'), said dog construction group (22) and said dog engagement profiling (P) being so formed that on a rotation of the toothed rim (10) within the range of variation angle of the lock bit (1a) the engagement connection of the control dog (24), which is responsible for the beginning of the drive rod displacement out of the open position into the closure position, with the pertinent recess (26') is released and the limiting finger (30') pertaining to this recess (26') engages between the stop dog (28) and the axis (32) of the drive rod drive member (20), substantially blocking the displacement of the drive rod (16).



17. Drive rod lock according to claim 16, characterised in that the movement conversion means (46, 46', 35, 38a, 40) between the bolt (18) and the drive rod (16) comprise a conversion lever (bell-crank lever 35) pivotably mounted on the lock housing (at 34), which conversion lever for the one part is in toothing-type engagement with the drive rod (16) and for the other part is in connection with the bolt (18) through a pin/slot connection (38a, 40).

18. Drive rod lock according to claim 17, characterised in that the toothing-type engagement between the drive rod (16) and the conversion lever (35) possesses idle motion.

19. Drive rod lock according to claim 17, characterised in that the conversion lever (35) is a double lever which is in engagement by a counter-dog (50) with a toothing (46, 42, 46') of the drive rod (16) and comprises in one arm (38) a slot (38a) which surrounds a pin (40) of the bolt (18) in fork manner.

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20. Drive rod lock according to claim 19, characterised in that the toothing (46, 42, 46') comprises two drive dogs (46, 46') spaced by recesses (42) ensuring an idle motion, namely a bolt-expelling drive dog (46) and a bolt-retracting drive dog (46').

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21. Drive rod lock according to claim 17, characterised int hat the toothing-type engagement between the drive rod (216) and the conversion lever (235) is formed by a nose (243) of the drive rod (216) for the one part and two teeth (239, 237), separated by a tooth notch (241), of the conversion lever (235) for the other part, and in that the conversion lever (235) comprises a bolt engagement arm (245) which engages with a pin in a slot of the bolt (218) (slot/pin connection 249).

22. Drive rod lock according to claim 21, characterised in that the tooth notch (241) is formed as a tooth notch ensuring an idle motion.

23. Drive rod lock according to claim 16, characterises in that the dog construction group (22) provided on the drive rod drive member (20) is formed with two control dogs (24, 24') and a stop dog (28) and the dog engagement profiling (P) fitted on the drive rod (16) is formed with two recesses (26, 26') pertaining by pairs to the control dogs (24, 24') and the limiting finger (30, 30') on both sides of the recesses (26, 26'), in such a way that on a rotation of the toothed rim (10) within the range of angle of variation of the lock bit (1a), the engagement connection of the control dog (24'), which is responsible for the end of the drive rod displacement out of the open position into the closure position, with the pertinent recess (26) is released, and the limiting finger (30) pertaining to this recess (26) engages, substantially blocking the displacement of the drive rod (16), between the stop dog (28) and the axis (32) of the drive rod drive member (20).

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24. Drive rod lock according to claim 16, characterised in that the range of angle of variation reaches from +45° to -90°.

25. Drive rod lock according to claim 16, characterised in that the catch (78) is retractable by an engaging member (20a) of the drive rod drive member (20).

26. Drive rod lock according to claim 17, wherein said conversion lever has a lever arm engageable with an engagement face substantially parallel with the longitudinal axis of said drive rod (16), when said bolt (18) is in said extended position.

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