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Exterior rearview mirror assembly 14 may include other elements and functions as disclosed in commonly assigned U. Tire inflation indicator assembly 19 preferably generates a pattern of light P viewable from the location of the tires of the vehicle on the side of the vehicle with which tire pressure sensors 20 are associated.
In this manner, a user of the vehicle or an attendant or mechanic may inflate the vehicle tires while observing the pattern of light P generated by the tire pressure indicator assembly This may be accomplished by mounting tire inflation indicator assembly 19 to a lower surface 30 of the portion of exterior rearview mirror assembly 14 that houses the mirror reflector.
In addition to producing a pattern of light P, which is visible at the tires on the side of the vehicle with which the associated tire inflation indicator assembly 19 is located, the pattern of light P preferably will not be substantially visible to the driver of the vehicle. This avoids any distraction to the driver from the tire inflation indicator assembly while the driver is in the vehicle.
Furthermore, there is less wind noise below the exterior rearview mirror assembly Thus, the presence of the tire pressure indicator assembly there does not substantially contribute to wind noise generated by the exterior rearview mirror assembly.
Furthermore, the bottom portion of exterior rearview mirror assembly 14 is typically hollow and provides a convenient attachment point for the tire inflation indicator assembly. Because the exterior mirror assembly protrudes outwardly from the vehicle body, locating the tire inflation indicator assembly at the exterior mirror assembly, and especially at a lower portion of the part of the exterior mirror assembly that houses the mirror reflector element, is advantageous.
For example, a tire inflation indicator assembly that includes a light source, such as a light-emitting diode, can protrude from the underside of the casing part of the exterior mirror assembly that houses the mirror reflector element. Thus, whether the user adjusting tire pressure is located at a front wheel tire or a rear wheel tire at one of the driver side or the passenger side of the vehicle, the user can see a single indicator of the tire inflation indicator assembly that is positioned below the casing of the exterior mirror assembly on that side, and that preferably protrudes therefrom for example, as a pendant elementas he or she crouches down at that particular wheel tire on that particular vehicle side.
It is preferable, for economy, that a single tire inflation indicator assembly be provided on an exterior vehicle portion of a side of the vehicle at a location visible to a person inflating either a front wheel tire of that side or a rear wheel tire of that side.
In an alternative embodiment, a tire inflation indicator assembly 19 a may be positioned at fixed portion 28 of support In the embodiment illustrated in FIG. Another tire inflation indicator assembly not shown may be positioned on a forward-facing portion of fixed portion 28, thereby being visible at the area around the forward tire on the same side of the vehicle on which the tire inflation assembly is located.
In another alternative embodiment illustrated in FIG. Preferably, tire inflation indicator assembly 19 b is positioned behind reflective element 24, thereby protected from environmental elements such as road splash, car washes, and the like. This is accomplished by removing a portion of a reflective coating on reflective element 24 such that tire inflation indicator assembly 19 b is viewable through reflective element 24 or by using a semitransparent mirror reflector such a dichroic mirror element such as is described in U.
Tire inflation indicator assembly 19 b may be joined with reflective element 24 according to the principles disclosed in U.
Other mountings for tire inflation indicator assembly, according to the invention, may be apparent to the skilled artisan.
For example, the tire inflation indicator assembly may be mounted at the sail portion 30 of exterior rearview member assembly 14 or a portion of vehicle 12 adjacent to exterior rearview mirror assembly Also, the tire inflation indicator assembly can be located at an exterior vehicle portion other than at the exterior mirror assembly.
For example, a tire inflation indicator assembly can be located at a vehicle body side panel, such as at or part of a side marker assembly, or as part of a door panel assembly.
Other elements may be combined with the tire inflation indicator assembly. For example, a temperature sensor for sensing the exterior temperature surrounding the vehicle may be positioned in a common housing with the tire inflation indicator assembly. Tire inflation indicator system 16 optionally comprises a lockout 33 that prevents inadvertent actuation of tire inflation indicator assemblies 19 during operation of vehicle Such lockouts are conventional and preferably comprise a circuit that is responsive to the vehicle being placed in gear to the vehicle reaching a determined speed such as at least 5 miles per houror to turning an ignition switch to operate the engine.
When the lockout circuit senses that the vehicle is operating or in a condition to operate, operation of tire inflation indicator assemblies 19 is optionally disabled. Thus, receipt of an input indicative of operation of the vehicle by tire pressure monitoring controller 18 from lockout 33 would disable operation of tire inflation indicator assemblies Thus, and optionally, control 18 processes the input 32 in order to lock out illumination of tire inflation indicator assemblies 19 during operation of vehicle This further reduces the likelihood of the tire inflation monitoring system providing a distraction not only to the driver of vehicle 12 during normal driving of vehicle 12, but also to operators of vehicles in the vicinity of vehicle Tire inflation monitoring system 16 may additionally receive an input 34 indicative of the locked state of the vehicle doors.
Preferably, control 18 provides outputs to illuminate tire inflation indicator assemblies 19 only when the vehicle doors are in an unlocked state, which is likely when the tires of the vehicle are being inflated. Most preferably, control 18 is capable of illuminating tire inflation indicator assemblies 19, in response to a sensed tire inflation condition only for a predetermined period of time after door lock input 34 indicates that the vehicle doors have changed to an unlocked state and, optionally and preferably, after ignition sensing circuit 32 indicates that the vehicle ignition is not operating i.
This period of time, which is determined by timeout 37, may be less than or equal to about two hours and, preferably, less than or equal to about 30 minutes. Most preferably, this predetermined period of time is less than or equal to about 15 minutes. In this manner, the tire inflation indicator assembly is illuminated when it is of assistance to the manual inflation of the tires. The tire inflation assembly may stay capable of illumination after a given event such as unlocking a door, opening a door, turning off the vehicle ignition, detection of an indication of a manual tire pressure adjust event for a predetermined period of time which, for example, is less than or equal to about two hours and, preferably, is less than or equal to about 30 minutes and, most preferably, is less than or equal to about 15 minutes.
Tire inflation indicator system 16 optionally comprises a tire pressure adjust sensor 39 that provides an input to controller 18 alerting that a manual tire pressure adjust event is beginning. Thus, for example, when the vehicle is parked, tire inflation indicator system 16 optionally remains in a quiescent, armed mode that draws very little current from the vehicle battery, with a current draw of less than about 15 milliamps preferred, a current draw of less than about 10 milliamps more preferred, and a current draw of less than about 5 milliamps most preferred.
Thus, even when prolonged parked, tire inflation indicator system 16 is powered but active only in a monitoring, low-current state, and with controller 18 monitoring an input from tire pressure adjust sensor Since significant current consumption is typically only required by the indicator light sources themselves, use of tire pressure adjust sensor 39 can allow system 16 to be in an armed but low power state continually and with the vehicle parked and the vehicle ignition turned off so that vehicle battery power alone is provided to system Note also that an interior cabin display of tire pressure status such as via a display at a location within the vehicle interior cabin such as at or on the interior rearview mirror assembly can optionally be provided as part of system 16, most preferably though only when ignition sensing circuit 32 indicates that the vehicle ignition is operational and the engine is running.
Thus, when operating the vehicle while driving on the highway, or when stopped with the engine running, the driver can view a display located in the interior cabin that alerts as to tire pressure status at the individual vehicle wheels.
Tire inflation indicator assembly 19 may include a plurality of different colored indicators or lamps in order to indicate various inflation conditions of the tires of vehicle Such indicators can be coded such as by color coding, intensity coding, frequency of flash coding, sequence coding, positional coding or the like in order to signal to the driver when the tire pressure is below, at, or above the desired tire pressure.
For example, one such indicator may be a green indicator which indicates that the pressure of the monitored tire or tires is within an acceptable pressure range, such as recommended by the manufacturer of the vehicle.
A red indicator may illuminate when the pressure monitored by pressure sensor 20 is less than that recommended by the vehicle operator. The red indicator may flash when the pressure sensed by a pressure sensor 20 is greater than the range of pressures recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.