CN107525127B - Wall-mounted air conditioner and cleaning control method thereof - Google Patents

Wall-mounted air conditioner and cleaning control method thereof Download PDF

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CN107525127B
CN107525127B CN201710597051.0A CN201710597051A CN107525127B CN 107525127 B CN107525127 B CN 107525127B CN 201710597051 A CN201710597051 A CN 201710597051A CN 107525127 B CN107525127 B CN 107525127B
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马峰
孙远成
于尊才
王彦生
曾福祥
姜全超
徐军瑞
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The invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioner and a cleaning control method thereof.A wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit comprises a shell, wherein an air inlet is formed in the upper side of the shell, and an evaporator is arranged in the shell; the filter screen is arranged at the air inlet; the water collecting tank is arranged at the lower part of the shell and is configured to collect condensed water on the surface of the evaporator; a cleaning tank disposed below the water collection tank and configured to controllably introduce the condensed water from the water collection tank; the rolling brush is arranged in the cleaning groove; and at least one driving device configured to controllably drive the filter screen to reciprocate between the air inlet and the cleaning tank so as to allow the rolling brush to dry the filter screen in rotation and rotate the rolling brush to wash the filter screen after the condensed water is introduced into the cleaning tank. The wall-mounted air conditioner and the cleaning control method thereof have high automation degree and good cleaning effect.

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Wall-mounted air conditioner and cleaning control method thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of air conditioners, in particular to a wall-mounted air conditioner and a cleaning control method thereof.
Background
The filter screen at the air inlet of the air conditioner indoor unit is used for filtering air entering the air conditioner to improve the indoor air quality. After long-term use, a lot of dust and dirt can be attached to the filter screen, meshes are blocked, unsmooth ventilation is caused, if the filter screen cannot be cleaned in time, the circulating air volume passing through the heat exchanger is reduced, the refrigerating and heating effects can be influenced, the air conditioning capacity is greatly reduced, and the energy consumption is increased. Meanwhile, part of dust on the filter screen possibly enters the room again along with the circulating air, and the quality of the indoor air is influenced. Thereby the air that leads to blowing out from the air conditioner air intake has the peculiar smell, needs clean in time, and current air conditioner can't realize self-cleaning, needs the manual dismantlement of user to get off cleanly, and the lid generally need be opened to clean process, dismantles the filter screen, still need install after the cleanness finishes, and the operation is complicated and wastes time and energy, brings a great deal of inconvenience for user's use.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide a wall-mounted air conditioner and a cleaning control method thereof, which can automatically clean a filter screen.
It is a further object of the present invention to enhance the cleaning of the filter screen.
In one aspect, the present invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioner including an indoor unit, the indoor unit including:
the upper side of the shell is provided with an air inlet, and the interior of the shell is provided with an evaporator;
the filter screen is arranged at the air inlet;
the water collecting tank is arranged at the lower part of the shell and is configured to collect condensed water on the surface of the evaporator;
a cleaning trough below the water collection tank configured to controllably introduce condensed water from within the water collection tank;
the rolling brush is arranged in the cleaning groove; and
at least one driving device is configured to controllably drive the filter screen to reciprocate between the air inlet and the cleaning tank so as to allow the rolling brush to dry the filter screen in a rotating manner and rotate the rolling brush to wash the filter screen after the condensed water is introduced into the cleaning tank.
Optionally, each drive device comprises: the closed transmission belt extends from the air inlet to the cleaning groove and is fixedly connected with the filter screen so as to drive the filter screen to move; and the motor is used for driving the transmission belt to move.
Optionally, each driving device further comprises: the plurality of rotatable supporting rollers are used for supporting the transmission belt, and the extending direction of the guide transmission belt extends backwards from the air inlet to the rear side wall of the shell, extends downwards to the cleaning groove along the rear side wall of the shell and extends forwards and upwards from the cleaning groove.
Optionally, each driving device further comprises: two guide rails arranged in parallel at intervals and extending in parallel with the transmission belt; and a plurality of supporting members fixed on the filter screen, wherein both ends of each supporting member are respectively provided with a roller to abut against the guide rail so as to guide the moving direction of the transmission belt and the filter screen.
Optionally, the number of the driving devices is two, and the transmission belts of the two driving devices are respectively fixedly connected to the two transverse ends of the filter screen.
Optionally, a nozzle is provided on the header tank for spraying condensed water in the header tank toward the cleaning tank.
In another aspect, the present invention provides a cleaning control method for a wall-mounted air conditioner, for cleaning a filter screen of the wall-mounted air conditioner according to any one of the above aspects, the cleaning control method comprising the steps of:
dry brushing the filter screen: moving the filter screen to a cleaning groove, reciprocating the filter screen at the cleaning groove, and rotating the rolling brush to dry-brush the filter screen;
cleaning the cleaning tank: moving the filter screen out of the cleaning tank, spraying water to the cleaning tank by the water collecting tank to clean the cleaning tank, and discharging sewage from the cleaning tank in the cleaning process;
washing and brushing the filter screen: injecting water into the cleaning groove by the water collecting tank, moving the filter screen to the cleaning groove, reciprocating at the cleaning groove, and rotating the rolling brush to wash the filter screen; and
a filter screen returning step: the filter screen is moved to the air inlet.
Optionally, the step of dry brushing the filter screen further comprises a water collecting step of a water collecting tank: and controlling the operation dehumidification mode of the wall-mounted air conditioner to enable the surface of the evaporator to form condensate water to enter the water collecting tank.
Optionally, the step of returning the filter screen further includes: a cleaning tank drainage step: the water in the cleaning tank is drained.
Optionally, in the step of brushing the filter screen, after the filter screen is moved to the cleaning tank, the filter screen is soaked in water for a preset time, and then the filter screen is brushed by the rolling brush.
The wall-mounted air conditioner and the cleaning control method thereof realize automatic cleaning of the filter screen. In addition, the cleaning process of the filter screen is carried out in the cleaning groove at the lower part of the shell, so that dust cannot fall on the evaporator to cause secondary pollution.
Because the floccules and the granular dust are mainly accumulated on the filter screen, the floccules are directly washed by water and are not easy to separate from the filter screen, but are easy to wind on the filter screen, but can be brushed down by a rolling brush when being dried. Small amounts of fine dust particles are not easily brushed off, but are easily washed off by water. Therefore, the cleaning method of the invention firstly brushes the filter screen dry and then brushes the filter screen, so that the cleaning is more thorough.
The above and other objects, advantages and features of the present invention will become more apparent to those skilled in the art from the following detailed description of specific embodiments thereof, taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.
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Some specific embodiments of the invention will be described in detail hereinafter, by way of illustration and not limitation, with reference to the accompanying drawings. The same reference numbers in the drawings identify the same or similar elements or components. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the drawings are not necessarily drawn to scale. In the drawings:
fig. 1 is a schematic view of an indoor unit of a wall-mounted air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is an enlarged view of portion A of the structure shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is a schematic view of a sump and cleaning tank according to one embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a cleaning control method according to one embodiment of the invention;
fig. 5 is a flowchart of a cleaning control method according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Detailed Description
An aspect of the present invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioner. Fig. 1 is a schematic view of an indoor unit of a wall-mounted air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is an enlarged view of portion A of the structure shown in FIG. 1; fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of a sump 400 and a cleaning tank 500 according to an embodiment of the present invention.
The wall-mounted air conditioner provided by the embodiment of the invention is an air conditioner which adopts a steam circulation refrigerating system to realize an indoor refrigerating/heating function. Fig. 1 illustrates an outdoor unit 10 of a wall-mounted air conditioner.
As shown in fig. 1 and 3, the indoor unit 10 of a wall-mounted air conditioner includes a casing 100, an evaporator 200, a blower fan 300, a filter screen 800, a sump 400, a cleaning tank 500, a roll brush 600, and at least one driving unit. Wherein an upper side of the case 100 is provided with an air inlet 110 to allow indoor air to enter. The evaporator 200 is disposed inside the casing 100, and is configured to exchange heat with air entering the casing 100 from the air inlet 110 to form heat exchange air, and the heat exchange air is blown to the indoor space from the air outlet of the casing 100, so as to achieve a cooling/heating effect. The fan 300 is used to realize forced convection heat exchange between the evaporator 200 and air, and blow heat exchange air into the room.
The filter screen 800 is disposed at the air inlet 110 of the housing 100 and used for blocking impurities such as dust in the inlet air, and when the operation time of the wall-mounted air conditioner is long, the dust accumulated on the filter screen 800 will affect the air inlet amount of the air inlet 110.
The water collecting tank 400 is provided at a lower portion of the case 100. When the wall-mounted air conditioner performs refrigeration or dehumidification operation, water vapor meets condensation on the surface of the low-temperature evaporator to form condensed water, and the water collection tank 400 is used for collecting the condensed water. A float level gauge 410 may be provided in the water collection tank 400 for detecting the water level in the water collection tank 400 and controlling the amount of water.
The cleaning tank 500 is disposed below the sump 400 and configured to controllably introduce the condensed water from the sump 400. In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 3, an outlet pipe 420 for injecting water into the cleaning tank 500 may be disposed at the bottom of the water collecting tank 400, and an electrically controlled valve 421 is disposed on the outlet pipe 420 to control the water injecting process of the outlet pipe 420 into the cleaning tank 500. The bottom of the cleaning tank 500 is provided with a drain pipe 510, on which an electrically controlled valve 511 is arranged for controlled draining of the water in the cleaning tank 500 to the outside.
The roll brush 600 is disposed in the cleaning tank 500, and has bristles on the surface thereof and is electrically rotated to sweep dust and foreign substances on the filter screen 800 during the rotation.
The driving device is used for driving the filter screen 800 to move. When the wall-mounted air conditioner is normally operated, the filter screen 800 is positioned at the air inlet 110 to filter the inlet air. When it is required to clean the filter screen 800, the driving means may move the filter screen 800 to the cleaning tank 500 and reciprocate at the cleaning tank 500 while rotating the drum brush 600 to sweep the filter screen 800. After the brushing is finished, the driving device moves the filter screen 800 back to the air inlet 110. When the filter screen 800 is cleaned, the water collecting tank 400 can be filled with water into the cleaning groove 500, and the filter screen 800 is washed by using the condensed water, so that the cleaning effect is improved.
In the wall-mounted air conditioner according to the embodiment of the present invention, the cleaning process of the filter screen 800 is performed in the cleaning tank 500 located at the lower portion of the casing 100, and dust and impurities do not fall on the evaporator 200 to cause secondary pollution.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 3, the water collecting tank 400 is provided with a nozzle 430 for spraying condensed water in the water collecting tank 400 toward the cleaning tank 500, or toward the filter screen 800 in the cleaning tank 500, to form an impact on dust on the filter screen 800, thereby facilitating falling thereof.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1-2, each drive device includes a closed belt 710 (the belt forms a loop structure) and a motor 720, forming a belt-like drive structure, the motor 720 for driving the movement of the belt 710. The belt 710 extends from the inlet 110 to the cleaning tank 500, and is fixedly connected to the filter screen 800 to move the filter screen 800. The number of the driving devices is preferably two, and the belts 710 of the two driving devices are fixedly connected to the lateral ends of the filter screen 800, respectively.
Specifically, each drive device may further include a plurality of rotatable support rollers 750 for supporting the belt 710. And, the supporting roller 750 also functions to guide the belt 710 to extend from the air inlet to the rear side wall of the housing 100, to extend along the rear side wall of the housing 100 to the cleaning tank 500, and to extend from the cleaning tank 500 to the front and upward. This allows belt 710 to clear evaporator 200.
Further, each driving device further includes two guide rails 730 and a plurality of supporting members 760 arranged in parallel and spaced apart. The two guide rails 730 extend parallel to the belt 710 and are fixed to the housing 100. The plurality of supporting members 760 are fixed to the filter screen 800, and the filter screen 800 is coupled to the belt 710 by a coupling portion 810. Each support 760 has rollers 761 at both ends thereof to abut on the guide rail 730. As the belt 710 moves, the rollers 761 roll on the guide rails 730. The supporting member 760 can guide the moving direction of the belt 710 and the filter screen 800, and thus the movement of the belt 710 and the filter screen 800 is more smooth.
Some improve structures in prior art and roll up the filter screen on the axle, utilize the rotation of axle to realize the removal of filter screen 8, but this type of structure needs to reduce the hardness of filter screen, makes it can wind smoothly, but the filter screen durability of softer material is lower. In the embodiment of the present invention, the bending angle of the filter screen 800 in the whole moving process is small, and the hardness of the filter screen 800 does not need to be reduced.
In another aspect of the present invention, a cleaning control method for a wall-mounted air conditioner is further provided, which is used for cleaning the filter screen 800 of the wall-mounted air conditioner according to any one of the embodiments above. FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a cleaning control method according to one embodiment of the invention. As shown in FIG. 4, the cleaning control method of the present invention may generally include the steps of:
step S401, dry brushing the filter screen: the driving means is turned on to move the filter screen 800 to the cleaning tank 500. And the filter screen 800 is reciprocated at the cleaning tank 500, and the drum brush 600 is rotated to dry-brush the filter screen 800, thereby brushing off the larger particles of dust and flocs on the filter screen 800 to drop them into the cleaning tank 500.
Step S402, cleaning the cleaning tank: the filter screen 800 is moved out of the cleaning tank 500 by the driving means. The water collecting tank 400 is sprayed to the cleaning tank 500 to clean the cleaning tank 500, and the cleaning tank 500 is drained of the contaminated water during the cleaning process.
Specifically, the nozzle 430 of the water collecting tank 400 is opened to spray water to the cleaning tank 500, and the electrically controlled valve 511 of the drain pipe 510 of the cleaning tank 500 is opened to discharge the sewage containing dust and floc in the cleaning tank 500 through the drain pipe 510.
Step S403, washing and brushing the filter screen: the water collection tank 400 is filled with water into the cleaning tank 500, the filter screen 800 is moved to the cleaning tank 500 and reciprocated at the cleaning tank 500, and the drum brush 600 is rotated to wash the filter screen 800.
Specifically, the electric control valve 421 of the water outlet pipe 420 of the water collecting tank 400 is opened to fill water into the cleaning tank 500 from the water collecting tank 400, and the filter screen 800 is moved to the cleaning tank 500 for washing after the water level of the cleaning tank 500 reaches a certain height. Or, the nozzle 430 may be opened to spray water onto the filter screen 800 to impact the dust on the filter screen 800.
Step S404, returning the filter screen: the filter screen 800 is moved to the air inlet 110 by a driving device.
In the embodiment of the present invention, it is considered that the floc and the granular dust accumulated on the filter screen 800 are mainly, and the floc is directly washed with water, is not easily separated from the filter screen 800, but is easily wound on the filter screen 800, but can be brushed down by the rolling brush 600 during drying. Small amounts of fine dust particles are not easily brushed off, but are easily washed off by water. Therefore, the cleaning method of the invention firstly brushes the filter screen 800 dry and then brushes the filter screen, so that the cleaning effect is better.
Fig. 5 is a flowchart of a cleaning control method according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in fig. 5, the cleaning control method according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention sequentially performs the following steps:
step S501, a water collecting step of a water collecting tank: the operation dehumidification mode of the wall-mounted air conditioner is controlled such that the condensed water formed on the surface of the evaporator 200 enters the water collection tank 400.
Specifically, after the main control board of the wall-mounted air conditioner receives an instruction that the user needs to clean the filter screen 800 or the time for cleaning the filter screen 800 is up, the air conditioner operates in the dehumidification mode, and more condensed water can be formed on the surface of the evaporator 200 in the dehumidification mode than in the refrigeration mode. The float level gauge 410 is used for feeding back the water level information of the water collecting tank 400 to the main control panel, and the air conditioner is controlled to stop when the preset water level is reached.
Step S502: dry brushing the filter screen: the driving means is turned on to move the filter screen 800 to the cleaning tank 500, and the filter screen 800 reciprocates in the cleaning tank 500, so that the roller brush 600 rotates to dry-brush the filter screen 800, thereby brushing off large particles of dust and flocs on the filter screen 800 and dropping them into the cleaning tank 500.
Step S503, cleaning the cleaning tank step: the filter screen 800 is moved out of the cleaning tank 500 by the driving means. The water collecting tank 400 is sprayed to the cleaning tank 500 to clean the cleaning tank 500, and the cleaning tank 500 is drained of the contaminated water during the cleaning process.
Specifically, the nozzle 430 of the water collecting tank 400 is opened to spray water to the cleaning tank 500, and the electrically controlled valve 511 of the drain pipe 510 of the cleaning tank 500 is opened to discharge the sewage containing dust and floc in the cleaning tank 500 through the drain pipe 510.
Step S504, washing the filter screen: the water collection tank 400 is filled with water into the cleaning tank 500, the filter screen 800 is moved to the cleaning tank 500 and reciprocated at the cleaning tank 500, and the drum brush 600 is rotated to wash the filter screen 800.
Specifically, the electric control valve 421 of the water outlet pipe 420 of the water collecting tank 400 is opened to fill water into the cleaning tank 500 from the water collecting tank 400, and the filter screen 800 is moved to the cleaning tank 500 for washing after the water level of the cleaning tank 500 reaches a certain height. Or, the nozzle 430 may be opened to spray water onto the filter screen 800 to impact the dust on the filter screen 800.
In addition, after the filter screen 800 is moved to the cleaning tank 500, it may be soaked in water for a predetermined time and then washed by the roll brush 600.
Step S505, a filter screen returning step: the filter screen 800 is moved to the air inlet 110 by a driving device.
Step S506, a cleaning tank draining step: the electrically controlled valve 511 of the drain pipe 510 in the cleaning tank 500 is opened to drain the water in the cleaning tank 500. This step may be performed in synchronization with step S505.
In the embodiment of the invention, the driving device of the filter screen 800, the nozzle 430 of the water collecting tank 400, the electric control valve 421 of the water outlet pipe 420 and the electric control valve 511 of the water drain pipe 510 of the cleaning tank 500 are all controlled by the main control board, so that the cleaning process is fully automatic, and the user experience is enhanced.
Thus, it should be appreciated by those skilled in the art that while a number of exemplary embodiments of the invention have been illustrated and described in detail herein, many other variations or modifications consistent with the principles of the invention may be directly determined or derived from the disclosure of the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Accordingly, the scope of the invention should be understood and interpreted to cover all such other variations or modifications.

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1. A wall-mounted air conditioner including an indoor unit, the indoor unit comprising:
the upper side of the shell is provided with an air inlet, and the interior of the shell is provided with an evaporator;
the filter screen is arranged at the air inlet;
a water collection tank disposed at a lower portion of the housing and configured to collect condensed water on a surface of the evaporator;
a cleaning tank disposed below the sump and configured to controllably introduce condensate from the sump;
a roll brush disposed in the cleaning tank; and
at least one driving device configured to controllably drive the filter screen to reciprocate between the air inlet and the cleaning tank so as to allow the roller brush to dry the filter screen in rotation and rotate the roller brush to wash the filter screen after condensed water is introduced into the cleaning tank; each of the driving devices includes:
the closed transmission belt extends from the air inlet to the cleaning groove and is fixedly connected with the filter screen so as to drive the filter screen to move;
the motor is used for driving the transmission belt to move; and
a plurality of rotatable backing rolls for support the drive belt, and the guide the extending direction of drive belt is for following air intake department extends to backward the lateral wall behind the casing, follows again lateral wall downwardly extending reaches behind the casing clean groove department, follow again clean groove department extends to the top forward.
2. The wall hanging air conditioner of claim 1, wherein each of the drive devices further comprises:
two guide rails arranged in parallel at intervals and extending in parallel with the transmission belt;
and the support pieces are fixed on the filter screen, and two ends of each support piece are respectively provided with a roller to abut against the guide rail so as to guide the moving directions of the transmission belt and the filter screen.
3. The wall-mounted air conditioner of claim 1, wherein
The number of the driving devices is two, and the driving belts of the two driving devices are respectively and fixedly connected to the two transverse ends of the filter screen.
4. The wall-mounted air conditioner of claim 1, wherein
The water collecting tank is provided with a nozzle for spraying condensed water in the water collecting tank to the cleaning groove.
5. A cleaning control method of a wall-mounted air conditioner for cleaning a filtering screen of the wall-mounted air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 4, the cleaning control method comprising the steps of:
dry brushing the filter screen: moving the filter screen to the cleaning groove, reciprocating the filter screen at the cleaning groove, and rotating the rolling brush to dry the filter screen;
cleaning the cleaning tank: moving the filter screen out of the cleaning tank, spraying water to the cleaning tank by the water collecting tank to clean the cleaning tank, and discharging sewage from the cleaning tank in the cleaning process;
washing and brushing the filter screen: injecting water into the cleaning groove from the water collecting tank, moving the filter screen to the cleaning groove, reciprocating the filter screen at the cleaning groove, and rotating the rolling brush to wash the filter screen; and
a filter screen returning step: and moving the filter screen to the air inlet.
6. The cleaning control method according to claim 5, further comprising, before the dry brushing the filter screen:
water collection of the water collection tank: and controlling the operation dehumidification mode of the wall-mounted air conditioner to enable condensed water formed on the surface of the evaporator to enter the water collecting tank.
7. The cleaning control method according to claim 5, further comprising, after the filter screen returning step:
a cleaning tank drainage step: draining water from the cleaning tank.
8. The cleaning control method according to claim 5, wherein
In the step of brushing the filter screen, the filter screen is moved to the cleaning tank, is soaked in water for a preset time, and is brushed by the rolling brush.
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