CN110319547B - Air conditioner, control method thereof, operation control device and storage medium - Google Patents

Air conditioner, control method thereof, operation control device and storage medium Download PDF

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CN110319547B
CN110319547B CN201910733645.9A CN201910733645A CN110319547B CN 110319547 B CN110319547 B CN 110319547B CN 201910733645 A CN201910733645 A CN 201910733645A CN 110319547 B CN110319547 B CN 110319547B
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刘奇伟
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袁紫琪
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Abstract

The embodiment of the invention provides an air conditioner, a control method thereof, an operation control device and a storage medium, wherein the air conditioner comprises: an operation control device; the temperature detection device is electrically connected with the operation control device, is configured to detect the working condition temperature parameter, feeds back the detected working condition temperature parameter to the operation control device, and triggers the operation control device to determine that the current cooling or heating mode is switched to the no-wind-sensation mode or maintains the current cooling or heating mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter. The air conditioner that this scheme provided sets up temperature detection device and detects operating mode temperature parameter to in time adjust the running mode of air conditioner according to operating mode temperature parameter's change, simultaneously, the mode conversion of air conditioner is realized according to operating mode temperature parameter control that detects through operation controlling means, and than manual control of user, it is more convenient to realize automated control, and the accuracy of mode conversion control is higher.

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Air conditioner, control method thereof, operation control device and storage medium
Technical Field
The present invention relates to the field of air conditioners, and more particularly, to an air conditioner, a control method of an air conditioner, an operation control device, and a computer-readable storage medium.
Background
The existing air conditioner such as the air conditioner has a plurality of air outlet modes, such as a refrigerating mode, a heating mode or a non-wind sensing mode, but the conversion of the plurality of air outlet modes often needs manual adjustment by a user, the control is relatively inconvenient, and the product use experience is relatively poor.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to solve at least one of the above problems, an object of the present invention is to provide an air conditioner.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a control method of an air conditioner.
It is still another object of the present invention to provide an operation control device.
It is still another object of the present invention to provide a computer readable storage medium.
To achieve the above object, an embodiment of the present invention provides an air conditioner including: an operation control device; the temperature detection device is electrically connected with the operation control device, is configured to detect working condition temperature parameters, feeds the detected working condition temperature parameters back to the operation control device, and triggers the operation control device to determine that the current cooling or heating mode is switched to the no-wind-sensation mode or the current cooling or heating mode is maintained according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters.
According to the air conditioner provided by the embodiment of the invention, the temperature detection device is arranged to detect the working condition temperature parameter in real time, the working condition temperature parameter can be understood as the ambient temperature, the air conditioner can acquire the real-time ambient temperature by detecting the temperature acquisition at the air return opening of the air conditioner, and the running mode of the air conditioner is timely adjusted according to the change of the working condition temperature parameter.
In addition, the air conditioner in the above embodiment provided by the present invention may further have the following additional technical features:
in the above technical solution, the air conditioner includes: a shell provided with an air outlet of the air conditioner; the air deflector is arranged on the shell and can move between a position for shielding the air outlet of the air conditioner and a position for opening the air outlet of the air conditioner; the operation control device is electrically connected with the air deflector and is configured to drive the air deflector to open and control the opening angle of the air deflector to be adjusted to a first target angle or a second target angle.
In this scheme, set up the aviation baffle on the casing and can move between the position of shielding the air conditioner air outlet and the position of opening the air conditioner air outlet, firstly, the aviation baffle is when shielding the position of air conditioner air outlet, effectively shelter from the air conditioner air outlet, prevent that the dust from getting into in the casing, guarantee the cleanliness of product and improve the aesthetic measure of product, secondly, the position of aviation baffle motion is different, its angle of wind-guiding is different, in this way, except can realize the effect of wind-guiding effect and control air outlet switching, can realize widening the wind-guiding angle that is more extensive, can also realize adjusting the wind-guiding angle according to different operating mode, and expand the more abundant air-out mode, promote the use comfort of product, promote the product and use and experience, and operation controlling means is connected with the aviation baffle electricity and control the opening angle of aviation baffle, the whole motion stroke control of aviation baffle can be more accurate, thereby guarantee the wind-guiding accuracy of aviation baffle.
In the above technical solution, the air conditioner includes: the air dispersing assembly is arranged on the shell and can move relative to the shell, and is provided with an air dispersing structure which is configured to allow air flow to pass through and is suitable for enabling the passing air flow to diffuse and flow; the operation control device is electrically connected with the wind dispersing component and is configured to: driving the air dispersing component to a first target position, enabling the air dispersing component to be in lap joint with the air deflector, and splicing to define a cavity which is positioned outside the air outlet of the air conditioner and communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner; or driving the air dispersing component to a second target position, so that the air dispersing component is opposite to the air deflector and is arranged at intervals to surround and define a drainage channel which is communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner and one end of which is provided with an air outlet.
In this scheme, set up the wind subassembly that looses can be for the casing motion, firstly, utilize the wind structure that looses can make the wind that blows out via the wind structure that looses be the flow mode of diffusion, it can be understood that wind changes original flow direction after the wind structure that looses and can flow towards different directions, thereby realize the diffusion flow of wind, realize no wind sense air-out, secondly, operation controlling means is connected with the wind subassembly electricity that looses and control the motion of wind subassembly, the whole motion stroke control of wind subassembly that looses can be more accurate, thereby guarantee the position accuracy of wind subassembly that looses, and operation controlling means controls the motion of wind subassembly and aviation baffle simultaneously, further improve the harmony of wind subassembly and aviation baffle that looses.
The operation control device drives the air dispersing component to be abutted against the air deflector to limit the cavity, the cavity is positioned at the outer side of the air outlet to form shielding for the air outlet, and the cavity is communicated with the air outlet, so that air flow discharged from the air outlet enters the cavity, is discharged into the environment through the air dispersing structure, air-free air outlet is realized, the cavity can provide more air outlet structure setting positions compared with the traditional baffle, thereby providing larger air outlet area, the problem of insufficient cold quantity is avoided, the cavity can provide more air outlet angles compared with the baffle as a three-dimensional component, the air outlet structure can be designed more flexibly, and the compromise between the cold quantity requirement and the air-free requirement is realized, for example, the air outlet angle of a user is avoided, the limitation on the air-free requirement of the air outlet structure can be properly released, the influence of the cold quantity limitation of the air outlet structure is correspondingly reduced, the problem of insufficient cold quantity supply energy efficiency of the air conditioner is solved on the premise of not reducing the air-free experience, and the product experience is improved.
The operation control device drives the wind dispersing component to be opposite to the air deflector and is arranged at intervals to surround a drainage channel which is communicated with an air outlet of the air conditioner and one end of which is provided with an air outlet, so that when the wind is discharged without wind sensation, the air outlet is increased through the drainage channel, the problem of insufficient air quantity in a wind sensation-free mode is solved, the air flow is guided again by the drainage channel outside the air outlet of the air conditioner to change the air outlet direction, the air outlet effect is better, the phenomenon that people blow out from the front air outlet can be avoided better, the wind outlet effect without wind sensation is further improved, and the use experience of products is improved.
According to the technical scheme, the wind dispersing component is lapped with the air deflector at the first target position, a splicing line is formed at the lapping position of the wind dispersing component and the air deflector, a through groove is formed on the opposite surface of the wind dispersing component and the air deflector in a surrounding mode, the through groove extends along the splicing line and is formed into a structure penetrating through two ends along the extending direction, and therefore side openings are formed at two ends of the cavity in the extending direction respectively.
In this scheme, set up the relative surface of scattered wind subassembly and aviation baffle and surround out logical groove, like this, the side opening that utilizes logical groove both ends can be with wind direction aviation baffle and the both sides of scattered wind subassembly length direction, avoid openly going out the wind and blow the people, thereby realize no wind sense, and because the design of side opening utilizes the wind angle to keep away the people and realize no wind sense, make side opening's structure and size restriction can release the relaxation, thereby make side opening can realize big amount of wind air-out, more can satisfy the cold energy demand, overall, the compromise guarantee of no wind sense and cold energy demand has been realized.
In any of the above technical solutions, the air dispersing assembly comprises an air dispersing plate, and the air dispersing structure comprises a plurality of air guide rings formed on the air dispersing plate and a plurality of rotary blades arranged opposite to the air guide rings one by one.
In this scheme, can break up the air current more evenly through the whirling vane is rotatory to improve the effect of no wind sense, can reduce the wind resistance that passes through on the wind-guiding ring the wind subassembly that looses, do benefit to the wind subassembly of loosing and fall the noise, and dredge through the air current that blows out to wind structure department that looses, make the air-out softer, the effect of no wind sense is better.
In the above technical scheme, the wind dispersing structure comprises a driving device, the driving device is electrically connected with the operation control device, and the operation control device controls the driving device so that the driving device drives the rotary vane to rotate.
In this scheme, set up drive arrangement drive vane and rotate, can further promote the scattering of wind structure to the air current and cut the effect, further promote no wind sense and experience, and the motion of operation controlling means simultaneous control drive arrangement and control wind subassembly that looses, the vane just begins to rotate when avoiding wind subassembly that looses has not moved to the target position, or the wind subassembly that looses has moved to the target position and the vane rotates, the rotation of vane and the motion harmony of wind subassembly that looses are better.
In the above technical scheme, the plurality of rotary vanes are in transmission connection, so that the plurality of rotary vanes are in linkage, wherein the driving device is connected with at least one of the plurality of rotary vanes and drives the rotary vane connected with the driving device.
In this scheme, because the transmission is connected between a plurality of spiral leafs, therefore drive arrangement drive and the spiral leaf rotation of being connected with it, can link a plurality of spiral leafs and rotate, like this, can drive a plurality of spiral leafs rotary motion simultaneously through a drive arrangement, show the quantity that has reduced drive arrangement for product structure is simpler, has reduced product spare part, and the equipment is more convenient, is favorable to reducing the cost of product. In addition, a plurality of rotary vanes are simultaneously driven by the same driving device, the synergy among the rotary vanes is better, the air flow can be more uniformly dispersed, so that the effect of no wind sense is improved, and due to the reduction of the number of the driving devices, the air conditioner is more reasonably distributed on other structures, and the layout of products is optimized.
In the above technical scheme, the wind dispersing assembly is formed with a plurality of wind dispersing groups, each wind dispersing group comprises one or a plurality of rotary vanes, wherein the driving device is respectively connected with the wind dispersing groups and respectively drives the rotary vanes of the wind dispersing groups, so that the operation control device respectively controls the rotating speeds and the rotating directions of the rotary vanes of different wind dispersing groups.
In this scheme, operation controlling means is to the rotational speed and the rotation direction of the rotatory leaf of different wind groups of dispelling, like this, the rotatory leaf exhaust air current of different wind groups of dispelling can collide each other, and then further improves the ability of dispelling to the air current, further improves the effect of no wind sense.
An embodiment of a second aspect of the present invention provides a control method of an air conditioner, including the steps of: and determining to switch from the current refrigeration or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters, or maintaining the current refrigeration or heating mode.
According to the control method of the air conditioner, which is provided by the embodiment of the invention, the current cooling or heating mode is determined to be switched to the windless mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter, or the current cooling or heating mode is maintained, the working condition temperature parameter can be understood as the ambient temperature, the temperature acquisition at the air return opening of the air conditioner can be detected, so that the air conditioner can acquire the real-time ambient temperature, the running mode of the air conditioner can be timely adjusted according to the change of the working condition temperature parameter, the control logic of the mode conversion of the air conditioner is simple, the high efficiency of the system running can be ensured, the control response precision is improved, and the accuracy of the mode conversion of the air conditioner is higher.
In the above technical solution, the step of determining to switch from the current cooling or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode according to the obtained working condition temperature parameter, or maintaining the current cooling or heating mode, specifically includes: the air conditioner operates in a refrigeration mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a first preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold value, the current refrigeration mode is determined to be switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, and if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold value, the current refrigeration mode is determined to be maintained; and/or the air conditioner is operated in a heating mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a second preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is greater than the second preset temperature threshold value, the current heating mode is determined to be switched to the no-wind sense mode, and if the working condition temperature parameter is less than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold value, the current heating mode is determined to be maintained.
In the scheme, in the initial refrigeration mode, the air conditioner is controlled to operate at maximum power to output cold energy to the environment because the environment is required to be cooled rapidly, and meanwhile, the working condition temperature parameter is detected in real time, when the working condition temperature parameter is detected to be lower than the first preset temperature threshold, the condition temperature in the environment can meet the requirements of users, the current environment temperature is only required to be maintained, more cold energy is not required to be input to the environment to reduce the environment temperature, the environment temperature is too low to cause discomfort to a human body, and the energy waste is also caused. Similarly, in the initial heating mode, the air conditioner is controlled to operate with maximum power to output heat to the environment due to the need of rapid temperature rise of the environment, and meanwhile, the working condition temperature parameter is detected in real time, when the working condition temperature parameter is detected to be higher than the second preset temperature threshold, the temperature in the environment can meet the requirement of a user, the current environment temperature is only required to be maintained, more heat is not required to be input to the environment to reduce the environment temperature, the environment temperature is too high to cause discomfort of a human body, and energy waste is also caused. In summary, the air outlet mode of the air conditioner is timely adjusted according to the working condition temperature parameters, so that the ambient temperature is kept in a reasonable range, the use comfort of the product is improved, the energy consumption of the product is reduced, the use cost of the product is reduced, and the product has higher market competitiveness.
It should be noted that, the specific data of the first preset temperature threshold and the second preset temperature threshold are not specific values, and the specific data may be a temperature threshold which is obtained by a producer according to the modes of experimental measurement, statistical experience data, and the like and meets the comfort level of the human body, or may be a temperature threshold set by the user according to the actual requirement of the user, and the specific ranges of the first preset temperature threshold and the second preset temperature threshold are not limited.
In any of the above technical solutions, if the current cooling or heating mode is switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, the method further includes: and in the non-wind sensing mode, determining that the current non-wind sensing mode is switched to the cooling or heating mode or the current non-wind sensing mode is maintained according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter.
In the scheme, the current mode without wind sense is switched to the refrigerating or heating mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters, or the current mode without wind sense is maintained, namely, the operation process of detection, feedback and adjustment is repeatedly carried out when the air conditioner is operated, so that the operation mode of the air conditioner is adjusted in time according to the working condition temperature parameters, the air conditioner can be better adapted to the change of the environmental temperature, and the use comfort of the product is improved.
In the above technical solution, the step of determining to switch from the current non-wind sensing mode to the cooling or heating mode or maintaining the current non-wind sensing mode according to the obtained operating temperature parameter specifically includes: the air conditioner operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a first preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be maintained, and if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be switched to the refrigeration mode; and/or the air conditioner operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a second preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is greater than the second preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be maintained, and if the working condition temperature parameter is less than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be switched to the heating mode.
In the scheme, after the operation of the non-wind sensing mode is carried out for a period of time, whether the ambient temperature rises relative to a first preset temperature threshold value is detected, so that the non-wind sensing mode is switched to a refrigerating mode in time to supplement cold energy to the environment, and the ambient temperature is reduced. And the running mode of the air conditioner is timely adjusted according to the change of the working condition temperature parameters, the control logic of the mode conversion of the air conditioner is simple, the running efficiency of the system can be ensured, the control response precision is improved, and the mode conversion precision of the air conditioner is higher.
In any of the above technical solutions, the step of switching from the current cooling or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode specifically includes: determining that the current refrigeration mode is switched to a non-wind sense mode, and controlling the wind dispersing component to a first target position, so that the wind dispersing component is in lap joint with the wind deflector and is spliced to define a cavity which is positioned at the outer side of the air outlet of the air conditioner and is communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner; and determining to switch from the current heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode, and controlling the air dispersing assembly to a second target position, so that the air dispersing assembly is opposite to the air deflector and is arranged at intervals to surround and define a drainage channel with an air outlet at one end.
In this scheme, switch to no wind sense mode by current refrigeration mode, control the air-cooling module and aviation baffle are taken advantage of and lean on the amalgamation to inject the cavity, the cavity is located the outside of air outlet and makes it form the shielding to the air outlet, and make the intercommunication between cavity and the air outlet, like this, the air-cooling module is in the cavity with the aviation baffle relatively and the interval arrangement is in order to surround and define the drainage passageway that communicates and one end has the air exit with the air conditioner air outlet, realize no wind sense air-out, and the cavity compares in traditional baffle can provide more air-out structure setting positions, thereby provide bigger air-out area, avoid the problem of cold quantity deficiency, and the cavity is compared in the baffle as three-dimensional part can provide more air-out angles, so can design air-out structure more nimble, thereby realize cold quantity demand and no air sense demand, and when the refrigeration mode switches to no wind sense mode, control the air-cooling module and aviation baffle relatively and the interval arrangement is in order to surround and limit the drainage passageway that communicates and one end has the air outlet with the air conditioner air outlet, can provide more air-out structure setting positions, thereby, provide bigger air-out area through air-cooling module and aviation baffle can provide a part of the air-cooling quantity of the drainage passageway, the problem of air-cooling capacity is not enough to be solved (the air-cooling capacity is increased, and the air-cooling capacity is realized at the air-cooling module is not to the air-cooling air-cooled down capacity has the air-cooling module, and the air-cooling module has the air-cooled air flow capacity.
In any of the above solutions, the step of switching from the current cooling or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode further includes: and controlling the rotation of the rotary blades of the air dispersing assembly.
In this scheme, through the whirl leaf rotation of control wind subassembly that looses, can further promote the whirl leaf and to the scattering and the cutting effect of air current, further promote no wind sense experience.
In the above technical scheme, the step of controlling the rotation of the rotary vane of the wind dispersing component specifically includes: determining the non-wind sensing mode as a first non-wind sensing mode, and controlling the rotation She Shanxiang to rotate; and determining the wind-sensation-free mode as a second wind-sensation-free mode, and controlling the rotary blade to perform forward and reverse rotation.
In the scheme, the rotary blade She Shanxiang rotates in the first wind-sense-free mode, so that the rotary blade is simpler to control, the control logic is simplified, the high efficiency of the system operation is guaranteed, the rotary blade moves in the forward and reverse directions in the second wind-sense-free mode, the rotary blade rotates in the forward direction (for example, rotates clockwise) and rotates in the reverse direction (for example, rotates anticlockwise), the air outlet mode of the air conditioner is enriched, and the use experience of a product is further improved.
In the above technical solution, the step of controlling rotation of the rotor She Shanxiang specifically includes: determining the first non-wind sensing mode as a first sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of the rotary wings She Junyan of the wind dispersing component to rotate unidirectionally in a first direction or rotate unidirectionally in a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotating speeds of the rotary wings are the same or different;
And determining the first non-wind sensing mode as a second sub-mode, and controlling one part of the rotary blades of the wind dispersing assembly to rotate unidirectionally along the first direction, and the other part of the rotary blades to rotate unidirectionally along a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotating speeds among the rotary blades are the same or different.
In the scheme, the multiple rotary blades of the wind dispersing component in the first sub-mode rotate unidirectionally along the same direction, the rotary blades are simpler to control, rotational wind with the same angle is generated, the wind sense is higher, one part of the multiple rotary blades of the wind dispersing component in the second sub-mode rotate unidirectionally along the first direction, the other part of the multiple rotary blades rotate unidirectionally along the second direction opposite to the first direction, the rotational wind directions generated by the rotary blades of the two parts are opposite or opposite to each other, so that wind is guided towards the middle part of the air conditioner or is guided towards the two sides of the air conditioner, and therefore the wind sense of the middle part of the air conditioner is higher, the wind sense free capacity of the two sides of the air conditioner is higher, or the wind sense of the middle part of the air conditioner is higher, and the wind sense of the two sides of the air conditioner is higher.
In the above technical solution, the step of controlling the rotary vane to perform forward and reverse rotation specifically includes: determining the second non-wind sensing mode as a third sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of rotary vanes of the wind dispersing component to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, wherein the rotary directions of the rotary vanes are the same, and the rotary speeds among the rotary vanes are the same or different;
And determining the second wind-sensation-free mode as a fourth sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of rotary vanes of the wind dispersing assembly to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, wherein the rotation direction of one part of the rotary vanes is opposite to the rotation direction of the other part of the rotary vanes, and the rotation speeds among the rotary vanes are the same or different.
In this scheme, a plurality of whirl leaves of wind subassembly are dispersed respectively and are carried out forward and backward movement under the third sub-mode, and the rotation direction of a plurality of whirl leaves is the same, and it is understood that the change cycle of rotation direction of a plurality of whirl leaves is the same, and the control of whirl wind direction change that gives rise to is simpler to the whirl leaf, and in a plurality of whirl leaves of wind subassembly are dispersed under the second sub-mode, one-way rotation along the first direction in a part, another part is along the one-way rotation of second direction opposite to the first direction, the whirl wind direction that the whirl leaf of two parts produced is relative or opposite to each other, in order to the middle part wind guide of air conditioner or the both sides wind guide of air conditioner to the realization air conditioner is higher and the no wind sense ability of air conditioner both sides is higher, or the middle part that the no wind sense ability of realization air conditioner is higher and the wind sense of air conditioner both sides is higher.
In the above technical solution, in the no-wind-sensation mode, the rotation speed of the rotary vane and the rotation speed of the fan of the air conditioner form a positive correlation.
In this scheme, the rotational speed of whirl leaf and the rotational speed of the fan of air conditioner become positive correlation, like this, the rotational speed of fan increases, and the amount of wind that discharges to the wind subassembly department through the fan increases, and the rotational speed of control whirl leaf also increases along with the fan, improves the efficiency of the wind of scattering of wind subassembly, and then improves no wind sense effect, and the rotational speed of fan reduces, and the amount of wind that discharges to wind subassembly department through the fan also reduces, and the rotational speed of control whirl leaf reduces along with the fan, when realizing no wind sense air-out, reduces the energy consumption and the noise of product.
Preferably, in the no-wind-sensation mode, the rotation speed of the rotary vane is in direct proportion to the rotation speed of the fan of the air conditioner.
In the technical scheme, in a refrigeration mode, an air deflector is controlled to be opened and the opening angle of the air deflector is adjusted to a first target angle corresponding to the refrigeration mode; in the heating mode, the air deflector is controlled to be opened, and the opening angle of the air deflector is adjusted to a second target angle corresponding to the heating mode.
In the scheme, different working modes correspondingly control the air deflector to open different angles so as to realize different air outlet angles under different working modes, improve the comfort level under each working mode and improve the use experience of products.
Preferably, the second target angle is greater than the first target angle.
In this scheme, the second target angle is greater than first target angle, under the heating mode, utilize the aviation baffle water conservancy diversion to change the air-out angle, make the air-out air current compare cooling mode slightly downward sloping, the steam can carry more far away, and in the steam output process, utilize steam rising effect to promote room temperature even, promote the homogeneity of heating, under the cooling mode, utilize the aviation baffle water conservancy diversion to change the air-out angle, make the air-out air current compare heating mode slightly upward sloping, the air-conditioner can carry more far away, and in the air-conditioner output process, utilize the air-conditioner gravity sinking effect to promote room temperature even, promote the homogeneity of refrigerating.
In any of the above technical solutions, the operating mode temperature parameter includes an intake air temperature.
In this scheme, set up operating mode temperature parameter and include the air inlet temperature, can understand that the return air inlet of air conditioner introduces the air in the environment and to heat exchanger department heat transfer, and the current ambient temperature of reflection that the air inlet temperature can be better for operation controlling means can be according to the conversion of air inlet temperature control air conditioner mode, improves operation controlling means's control accuracy.
An embodiment of a third aspect of the present invention provides an operation control apparatus adapted to an air conditioner, including: and a processor, wherein the processor executes the computer program to implement the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner in any one of the above technical solutions.
The operation control device provided in the above technical scheme of the present invention can implement the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner described in any one of the above technical schemes when executing the computer program by the processor, so that all the above beneficial effects are provided, and the detailed description is omitted.
An embodiment of a fourth aspect of the present invention provides an air conditioner, including an operation control device as set forth in any one of the above technical solutions.
The air conditioner provided by the technical scheme of the invention has all the beneficial effects by being provided with the operation control device in any one of the technical schemes, and the description is omitted here.
An embodiment of a fifth aspect of the present invention provides a computer-readable storage medium having stored thereon a computer program which, when executed, implements the steps defined by the control method of an air conditioner as set forth in any one of the above-mentioned aspects.
The computer readable storage medium provided in the above technical solution of the present invention realizes the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner described in any one of the above technical solutions when executed by a computer program, so that all the above advantages are achieved, and no detailed description is given here.
Additional aspects and advantages of the invention will be set forth in part in the description which follows, or may be learned by practice of the invention.
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The foregoing and/or additional aspects and advantages of the invention will become apparent and may be better understood from the following description of embodiments taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings in which:
fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic front view of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic cross-sectional view of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 4 is a schematic view showing a partial structure of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 6 is a schematic view illustrating a structure of an air conditioner in a cooling mode according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 7 is a schematic view illustrating a structure of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention in a heating mode;
Fig. 8 is a schematic view illustrating a structure of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention in a first state no-wind mode;
fig. 9 is a schematic view illustrating a structure of an air conditioner in a second state no-sense mode according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 10 is a flowchart illustrating a control method of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 11 is a schematic flow chart of a switching between a cooling mode and a non-air-feeling mode of the air conditioner according to an embodiment of the invention;
fig. 12 is a schematic flow chart of switching between a heating mode and a non-air-feeling mode of the air conditioner according to an embodiment of the invention;
FIG. 13 is a schematic block diagram of an operation control apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 14 is a schematic block diagram of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 15 is a graph showing the angle change of the motors 1 to 4 according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 16 is a graph showing the angle change of the motors 5 to 8 according to an embodiment of the present invention.
The correspondence between the reference numerals and the component names in fig. 1 to 16 is:
10 air conditioner, 11 shell, 111 air conditioner air outlet, 112 return air inlet, 12 air deflector, 13 air dispersing component, 131 air dispersing structure, 1311 air guiding ring, 1312 rotary vane, 132 air dispersing plate, 140a1 first gear; 140a2 first rack, 140a3 first drive, 140b1 second gear; 140b2 second racks, 140b3 second driving parts, 15 cavities, 151 side openings, 16 drainage channels, 161 exhaust outlets, 17 fans, 18 heat exchangers, 101 operation control devices and 1011 processors.
Detailed Description
In order that the above-recited objects, features and advantages of the present invention will be more clearly understood, a more particular description of the invention will be rendered by reference to the appended drawings and appended detailed description. It should be noted that, in the case of no conflict, the embodiments of the present application and the features in the embodiments may be combined with each other.
In the following description, numerous specific details are set forth in order to provide a thorough understanding of the present invention, however, the present invention may be practiced in other ways than those described herein, and therefore the scope of the present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments disclosed below.
An air conditioner 10 according to some embodiments of the present invention is described below with reference to fig. 1 to 16.
An embodiment of the first aspect of the present invention provides an air conditioner 10, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, including an operation control device 101 and a temperature detection device.
Specifically, the temperature detecting device is electrically connected to the operation control device 101, and the temperature detecting device is configured to detect a working condition temperature parameter, and feed back the detected working condition temperature parameter to the operation control device 101, and trigger the operation control device 101 to determine to switch from the current cooling or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode or maintain the current cooling or heating mode according to the obtained working condition temperature parameter.
According to the air conditioner 10 provided by the embodiment of the invention, the temperature detection device is arranged to detect the working condition temperature parameter in real time, the working condition temperature parameter can be understood as the ambient temperature, the air conditioner 10 can acquire the real-time ambient temperature by detecting the temperature acquisition at the air conditioner air return port 112, and the running mode of the air conditioner 10 is timely adjusted according to the change of the working condition temperature parameter, meanwhile, the mode conversion of the air conditioner 10 is realized by the running control device 101 according to the detected working condition temperature parameter control, compared with the manual control of a user, the automatic control is realized, the control is more convenient, and the accuracy of the mode conversion control is higher.
Example 1:
as shown in fig. 3, in addition to the features of the above embodiment, further defined are: the air conditioner 10 includes a casing 11 and an air deflector 12, an air conditioner air outlet 111 is provided on the casing 11, the air deflector 12 is provided on the casing 11 and is movable between a position where the air conditioner air outlet 111 is blocked and a position where the air conditioner air outlet 111 is opened, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air deflector 12 and is configured to drive the air deflector 12 to be opened, and the opening angle of the air deflector 12 is controlled to be adjusted to a first target angle or a second target angle. The air deflector 12 is different in rotating angle, the air deflector is different in air deflector angle, so that the air deflector can achieve a wider air deflector angle besides the air deflector effect and the effect of controlling the opening and closing of an air outlet, the air deflector can be adjusted according to different working conditions, the air deflector is expanded in a richer air outlet mode, the use comfort of a product is improved, the use experience of the product is improved, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air deflector 12 and controls the opening angle of the air deflector 12, and the whole movement stroke of the air deflector 12 can be controlled more accurately, so that the air deflector 12 is ensured to be accurate in air deflector.
For example, as shown in fig. 3, fig. 4 and fig. 5, the air deflector 12 is provided with a first rack 140a2, a first driving member 140a3 (such as a motor) and a first gear 140a1 driven to rotate by the first driving member 140a3 are disposed in the casing 11, the first gear 140a1 is meshed with the first rack 140a2 to drive the air deflector 12 to move, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air deflector 12, as shown in fig. 5, the rotation direction of the first driving member 140a3 is x1, the movement direction of the air deflector 12 is x2, for example, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the first driving member 140a3 and controls the operation of the first driving member 140a3, and of course, the air deflector 12 can also be designed to slide, wherein, as shown in fig. 3, when the air conditioner 10 is not in operation, the operation control device 101 controls the first driving member 140a3 to drive the air deflector 12 to enter the air deflector 11, thereby ensuring the cleanliness of the product and improving the aesthetic degree of the product, as shown in fig. 5, when the air conditioner 10 is started, the operation control device 101 is in order to make the air deflector 12 rotate to be discharged to the air deflector 12 through the air deflector 18 through the air deflector 12.
When the air conditioner 10 is started to operate, if the air conditioner 10 is in a cooling mode, the air deflector 12 is controlled to be opened and the opening angle of the air deflector 12 is adjusted to a first target angle corresponding to the cooling mode, and if the air conditioner 10 is in a heating mode, the air deflector 12 is controlled to be opened and the opening angle of the air deflector 12 is adjusted to a second target angle corresponding to the heating mode, wherein the second target angle is larger than the first target angle.
In the refrigeration mode, the air deflector 12 is opened and rotates a first target angle, the air outlet angle is smaller, the air flow is blown out along the air deflector 12, the air outlet angle is changed by utilizing the air deflector 12 to guide the air flow, the air outlet air flow is slightly inclined upwards compared with the heating mode, the cold air can be conveyed farther, in the cold air output process, the room temperature is promoted to be uniform by utilizing the gravity sinking effect of the cold air, and the refrigeration uniformity is improved. In the heating mode, the air deflector 12 is opened and rotates a second target angle, the air outlet angle is larger, air is blown out along the air deflector 12, the air outlet angle is changed by utilizing the air deflector 12 to guide, the air outlet air flow is inclined downwards, and the effect of warming feet is achieved.
Example 2:
as shown in fig. 3, in addition to the features of any of the embodiments described above, further defined are: the air conditioner 10 includes a wind dispersing component 13, the wind dispersing component 13 is disposed on the casing 11 and can move relative to the casing 11, a wind dispersing structure 131 is disposed on the wind dispersing component 13, the wind dispersing structure 131 is configured to allow air to pass through and is suitable for enabling the passing air to flow in a diffusing manner, firstly, wind blown out by the wind dispersing structure 131 can be enabled to flow in a diffusing manner by utilizing the wind dispersing structure 131, and it can be understood that the wind can flow in different directions after changing the original flowing direction by the wind dispersing structure 131, so that the diffusing flow of the wind is realized, and the wind is blown out without wind sense. Secondly, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air dispersing component 13 and controls the movement of the air dispersing component 13, and the whole movement stroke of the air dispersing component 13 can be controlled more accurately, so that the position accuracy of the air dispersing component 13 is ensured, and the operation control device 101 simultaneously controls the movement of the air dispersing component 13 and the air deflector 12, so that the coordination of the air dispersing component 13 and the air deflector 12 is further improved.
For example, as shown in fig. 3, fig. 4 and fig. 5, the air dispersing component 13 is slidably connected to the casing 11, specifically, the air dispersing component 13 is provided with a second rack 140b2, a second driving member 140b3 (such as a motor) and a second gear 140b1 driven by the second driving member 140b3 to rotate are disposed in the casing 11, the second gear 140b1 is meshed with the second rack 140b2 to drive the air dispersing component 13 to move, and the operation control device 101 is electrically connected to the air dispersing component 13, where, as shown in fig. 5, the rotation direction of the second driving member 140b3 is y1, and the movement direction of the air dispersing component 13 is y2, for example, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected to the second driving member 140b3 and controls the operation of the second driving member 140b3, and of course, the air dispersing component 13 can also be designed to rotate, where, when the air conditioner 10 is not in operation (as shown in fig. 3) or in a cooling (heating) mode (as shown in fig. 6 and fig. 7), the air dispersing component 13 is hidden inside the casing 11, so as to shield the air dispersing component 13 from being exposed to the air dispersing component 13, and the dust can be quickly cooled down in the environment (to prevent the air dispersing component 13 from being exposed to the environment for a long-term). When the no-wind-sensation mode is required to be started (as shown in fig. 8 and 9), the operation control device 101 controls the second driving element 140b3 to drive all or part of the wind dispersing component 13 to extend out of the air outlet of the air conditioner 10, and cold (hot) wind after heat exchange by the heat exchanger 18 is dispersed by the wind dispersing structure 131 and then discharged into the environment, so that no wind sensation of the air outlet is realized.
As shown in fig. 8, the operation control device 101 drives the air dispersion member 13 to the first target position such that the air dispersion member 13 abuts against the air deflector 12 and is spliced to define a cavity 15 located outside the air-conditioning outlet 111 and communicating with the air-conditioning outlet 111. Like this, in the air outlet exhaust air current got into cavity 15, later in the air-out structure 131 discharges the environment through dispelling, realize no wind sense air-out, and cavity 15 compares in traditional baffle can provide more air-out structure setting positions, thereby provide bigger air-out area, avoid the problem of cold volume inadequately, and cavity 15 compares in the baffle as three-dimensional part can provide more air-out angle, can design air-out structure more in this way, thereby realize the compromise of cold volume demand and no wind sense demand, for example, in the air-out angle that avoids the user, can suitably relax the no wind sense requirement restriction to air-out structure, thereby correspondingly reduce the cold volume restriction influence of this part air-out structure, realize under the prerequisite that does not reduce no wind sense experience, promote the cold volume supply energy efficiency of air conditioner 10, the problem of cold volume inadequately has been solved, the use experience of product has been promoted.
In detail, after the air conditioner 10 is operated in the cooling mode for a certain period of time, the air conditioner 10 is controlled to be switched from the cooling mode to the no-wind-sensation mode, the operation control device 101 controls the second driving member 140b3 to drive the air dispersing assembly 13 to move to the first target position, controls the first driving member 140a3 to drive the air deflector 12 to rotate, and enables the air deflector 12 to rotate by a first target angle with the hinge point of the air deflector 12 and the casing 11 as the rotation center, wherein one end of the air dispersing assembly 13 away from the casing 11 is abutted against one end of the air deflector 12 away from the casing 11, so that the air dispersing assembly 13 and the air deflector 12 are spliced to form the cavity 15 with the V-shaped cross section. The air conditioner 10 is in the first state no-sense mode at this time. Of course, in other embodiments, the shape and the combination position of the air deflector 12 and the air dispersing unit 13 may be designed, so that the air deflector 12 and the air dispersing unit 13 are combined to form the cavity 15 with a Y-shaped, U-shaped, concave-shaped cross section.
Further, as shown in fig. 8, the air diffusing member 13 is abutted against the air deflector 12 and forms a split line at the location where the two are abutted against, the air diffusing member 13 and the opposite surface of the air deflector 12 enclose a through groove, and the through groove extends along the split line and is formed in a structure penetrating at both ends in the extending direction, so that the two ends of the cavity 15 in the extending direction are respectively formed with side openings 151. Like this, utilize the side opening 151 at logical groove both ends can be with the both sides of wind direction aviation baffle 12 and wind subassembly 13 length direction that looses, avoid openly to go out the wind and blow the people, thereby realize no wind sense, and because the design of side opening 151 utilizes the wind-out angle to keep away the people and realize no wind sense, make the structure and the size restriction of side opening 151 can release and relax, thereby make side opening 151 can realize big amount of wind air-out, more can satisfy the cold volume demand, in general, the compromise guarantee of no wind sense and cold volume demand has been realized.
As shown in fig. 9, the operation control device 101 drives the air dispersion member 13 to the second target position such that the air dispersion member 13 is opposed to the air guide plate 12 and arranged at a spacing so as to surround a drainage passage 16 communicating with the air-conditioning outlet 111 and having an air outlet 161 at one end. The air outlet quantity is increased through the drainage channel 16, so that the problem of insufficient air quantity in a windless mode is solved, the air flow is guided again by the drainage channel 16 outside the air outlet 111 of the air conditioner to change the air outlet direction, the air outlet effect is better, people blowing by front air outlet can be better avoided, the windless air outlet effect is further improved, and the use experience of products is improved.
In detail, for example, after the air conditioner 10 is operated in the cooling mode for a certain period of time, the air conditioner 10 is controlled to switch from the cooling mode to the no-air-feeling mode, the operation control device 101 controls the second driving member 140b3 to drive the air dispersing unit 13 to move to the second target position, and controls the first driving member 140a3 to drive the air guiding plate 12 to rotate, and the air guiding plate 12 rotates by the second target angle with the hinge point of the air guiding plate 12 and the casing 11 as the rotation center, wherein the air dispersing unit 13 is arranged opposite to and spaced from the air guiding plate 12, and the end of the air dispersing unit 13 away from the casing 11 is separated from the end of the air guiding plate 12 away from the casing 11 to form the air outlet 161. At this time, the air conditioner 10 is in the second state without air feeling mode, however, in other embodiments, the shape and the position of the air guiding plate 12 and the air dispersing unit 13 may be designed to change the shape of the air guiding channel 16 surrounded by the air dispersing unit 13 and the air guiding plate 12 and the size of the air outlet 161.
Of course, the motion control device may also control the air conditioner 10 to switch from the cooling mode to the second state no-wind-sensation mode, or control the air conditioner 10 to switch from the heating mode to the first state no-wind-sensation mode.
Alternatively, in the airless air-out mode, the opening angle of the air deflector 12 may be between the first target angle and the second target angle, may be the first target angle or the second target angle, or may even be smaller than the first target angle or larger than the second target angle.
Example 3:
as shown in fig. 3, in addition to the features of any of the embodiments described above, further defined are: the air diffusing assembly 13 includes an air diffusing plate 132, and the air diffusing structure 131 includes a plurality of air guiding rings 1311 formed on the air diffusing plate 132 and a plurality of rotary vanes 1312 disposed opposite to the air guiding rings 1311 one by one. The air flow can be scattered more uniformly through the rotation of the rotary vane 1312, so that the effect of no wind sense is improved, the wind resistance on the wind dispersing component 13 can be reduced through the wind guide ring 1311, the noise reduction of the wind dispersing component 13 is facilitated, and the air flow blown out from the wind dispersing structure 131 is dredged, so that the air outlet is softer, and the effect of no wind sense is better.
For example, the air diffusing plate 132 includes an upper cover and a lower cover, the upper cover and the lower cover are covered to form the air diffusing plate 132, the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are located between the upper cover and the lower cover, the upper cover and the lower cover are used as mounting carriers of the air diffusing assembly 13, the rotary vanes 1312 are protected, a plurality of air guide rings 1311 are formed on the upper cover, the rotary vanes 1312 are ensured to be capable of diffusing air flow and outputting the air flow, and the air guide rings 1311 are used for guiding the air flow blown by the rotary vanes 1312 again, so that air outlet is softer, and the effect of no wind sense is better.
Further, the wind dispersing structure 131 includes a driving device, and the driving device is electrically connected with the operation control device 101, and the operation control device 101 controls the driving device, so that the driving device drives the rotating vane 1312 to rotate. For example, the driving device includes a plurality of motors, the motors are connected with a plurality of rotary vanes 1312 in a one-to-one correspondence manner, each motor drives the rotary vane 1312 connected with the motor to rotate, thus, the scattering and cutting effects of the wind dispersing structure 131 on the airflow can be further improved, the wind-sensation-free experience is further improved, and the operation control device 101 simultaneously controls the driving device and controls the movement of the wind dispersing component 13, so that the rotary vane 1312 starts to rotate when the wind dispersing component 13 does not move to the target position, or the wind dispersing component 13 moves to the target position and the rotary vane 1312 rotates, and the rotation of the rotary vane 1312 is better in coordination with the movement of the wind dispersing component 13.
Further, the plurality of vanes 1312 are in driving connection with each other, so that the plurality of vanes 1312 are in linkage with each other, wherein the driving device is connected with at least one of the plurality of vanes 1312, and drives the vane 1312 connected therewith. For example, a plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are arranged to be in transmission connection through a gear mechanism, a chain wheel mechanism or a link mechanism, so that linkage among the rotary vanes 1312 is realized, and the driving device comprises a motor which is connected with one rotary vane 1312 and drives the rotary vane 1312 connected with the motor to rotate, so that the rotary vanes 1312 are linked to rotate. Because the transmission is connected between a plurality of rotary vanes 1312, the rotary vanes 1312 connected with the drive device are driven to rotate by the drive device, and the rotary vanes 1312 can be linked to rotate, so that the rotary vanes 1312 can be driven to rotate simultaneously by one drive device, the number of the drive devices is obviously reduced, the product structure is simpler, the product parts are reduced, the assembly is more convenient, and the cost of the product is reduced. In addition, a plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are simultaneously driven by the same driving device, the synergy among a plurality of rotary vanes 1312 is better, and the air flow can be more uniformly dispersed, so that the effect of no wind sense is improved, and due to the reduction of the number of the driving devices, the air conditioner 10 is more reasonably distributed on other structures, and the layout of products is optimized.
Preferably, the wind dispersing assembly 13 is formed with a plurality of wind dispersing groups, each wind dispersing group comprises one or more rotating blades 1312, wherein the driving device is respectively connected with the wind dispersing groups and respectively drives the rotating blades 1312 of the wind dispersing groups, so that the operation control device 101 respectively controls the rotating speed and the rotating direction of the rotating blades 1312 of different wind dispersing groups. In this way, the air flows discharged from the rotating blades 1312 of different wind dispersing groups can collide with each other, so that the dispersing capacity of the air flows is further improved, and the effect of no wind sense is further improved.
More preferably, a plurality of air diffusing groups are arranged laterally along air diffusing plate 132. Simple structure and comparatively regular are favorable to simplifying the structure of air conditioner 10 to match with the shape of the air outlet of traditional air conditioner 10, be favorable to the marketing of product.
Of course, those skilled in the art may also design the vane 1312 as a static vane 1312, and use the air flow to drive the vane 1312 to rotate, so as to reduce the energy consumption of the air conditioner 10.
An embodiment of the second aspect of the present invention provides a control method of an air conditioner 10, as shown in fig. 10, including the steps of:
step 102: and determining to switch from the current refrigeration or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode or maintaining the current refrigeration or heating mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters.
According to the control method of the air conditioner 10 provided by the embodiment of the invention, the current cooling or heating mode is determined to be switched to the windless mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter, or the current cooling or heating mode is maintained, the working condition temperature parameter can be understood as the ambient temperature, the temperature acquisition at the air conditioner air return port 112 can be detected, so that the air conditioner 10 can acquire the real-time ambient temperature, the running mode of the air conditioner 10 can be timely adjusted according to the change of the working condition temperature parameter, the control logic of the mode conversion of the air conditioner 10 is simple, the running efficiency of the system can be ensured, the control response precision is improved, and the mode conversion precision of the air conditioner 10 is higher.
Example 4:
the present embodiment is specifically described with respect to the process of switching the air conditioner 10 between the cooling mode and the no-air-feeling mode.
Determining to switch from the current refrigeration mode to the no-wind-sensation mode or maintaining the current refrigeration mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters, wherein the method specifically comprises the following steps of:
the air conditioner 10 operates in the refrigeration mode, determines the magnitude relation between the working condition temperature parameter and the first preset temperature threshold, determines to switch from the current refrigeration mode to the no-wind-sensation mode if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold, and determines to maintain the current refrigeration mode if the working condition temperature parameter is greater than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold. In the initial cooling mode, the air conditioner 10 is controlled to operate with maximum power to output cold energy to the environment, and meanwhile, the working condition temperature parameter is detected in real time, when the working condition temperature parameter is detected to be lower than the first preset temperature threshold, the temperature in the environment can meet the requirement of a user, the current environment temperature is only required to be maintained, and more cold energy is not required to be input to the environment to reduce the environment temperature, so that the environment temperature is too low to cause discomfort to a human body, and energy waste is also caused.
Further, if the current cooling mode is switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, the method further comprises: and in the no-wind-sensation mode, determining to switch from the current no-wind-sensation mode to the refrigeration mode or maintaining the current no-wind-sensation mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters.
In detail, the step of determining to switch from the current non-wind sensing mode to the refrigeration mode or maintaining the current non-wind sensing mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter specifically comprises the following steps:
the air conditioner 10 operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, determines the magnitude relation between the working condition temperature parameter and the first preset temperature threshold, determines to maintain the current no-wind-sensation mode if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold, and determines to switch from the current no-wind-sensation mode to the refrigeration mode if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold. After the operation of the non-wind sensing mode is performed for a period of time, whether the ambient temperature rises relative to a first preset temperature threshold value or not is detected, so that the non-wind sensing mode is switched to the refrigeration mode in time, thereby supplementing cold energy to the environment, and reducing the temperature of the environment.
Preferably, the step of switching from the current refrigeration to the no-wind-sensation mode specifically includes: determining to switch from a current refrigeration mode to a no-wind-sensation mode, controlling the wind dispersing component 13 to a first target position, enabling the wind dispersing component 13 to be in lap joint with the wind deflector 12, splicing and defining a cavity 15 which is positioned on the outer side of the air conditioner air outlet 111 and is communicated with the air conditioner air outlet 111, enabling the cavity 15 to be positioned on the outer side of the air outlet so as to form shielding to the air outlet, enabling the cavity 15 to be communicated with the air outlet, and achieving both the cold energy requirement and the no-wind-sensation requirement through the cavity 15.
Example 5:
the present embodiment is specifically described with respect to the process of switching the air conditioner 10 between the heating mode and the non-air-feeling mode.
The step of determining to switch from the current heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode or maintaining the current heating mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters specifically comprises the following steps:
the air conditioner 10 operates in the heating mode, determines the magnitude relation between the working condition temperature parameter and the second preset temperature threshold, determines to switch from the current heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode if the working condition temperature parameter is greater than the second preset temperature threshold, and determines to maintain the current heating mode if the working condition temperature parameter is less than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold. In the initial heating mode, since rapid temperature rise is required for the environment, the air conditioner 10 is controlled to operate with maximum power to output heat to the environment, and meanwhile, the working condition temperature parameter is detected in real time, when the working condition temperature parameter is detected to be higher than the second preset temperature threshold, the temperature in the environment can meet the requirement of a user, the current environment temperature is only required to be maintained, more heat is not required to be input to the environment to reduce the environment temperature, the environment temperature is too high to cause discomfort to a human body, and energy waste is also caused.
Further, if the current heating mode is switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, the method further comprises: and in the no-wind-sensation mode, determining to switch from the current no-wind-sensation mode to the heating mode or maintaining the current no-wind-sensation mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters.
In detail, the step of determining to switch from the current non-wind sensing mode to the heating mode or maintaining the current non-wind sensing mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter specifically comprises the following steps:
the air conditioner 10 operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, determines the magnitude relation between the working condition temperature parameter and the second preset temperature threshold, determines to maintain the current no-wind-sensation mode if the working condition temperature parameter is greater than the second preset temperature threshold, and determines to switch from the current no-wind-sensation mode to the heating mode if the working condition temperature parameter is less than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold. After the operation of the non-wind sensing mode is performed for a period of time, whether the ambient temperature is reduced relative to a second preset temperature threshold value or not is detected, so that the non-wind sensing mode is converted into a heating mode in time, heat is supplemented to the environment, and the temperature of the environment is increased.
Preferably, the step of switching from the current heating to the no-wind-sensation mode specifically includes: the current heating mode is determined to be switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, and the air dispersing assembly 13 is controlled to a second target position, so that the air dispersing assembly 13 is opposite to the air deflector 12 and is arranged at intervals to surround and define a drainage channel 16 with an air outlet 161 at one end. The heat requirement and the no-wind-sensation requirement are both achieved through the drainage channel 16.
It should be noted that, the specific data of the first preset temperature threshold and the second preset temperature threshold are not specific values, and the specific data may be a temperature threshold which is obtained by a producer according to the modes of experimental measurement, statistical experience data, and the like and meets the comfort level of the human body, or may be a temperature threshold set by the user according to the actual requirement of the user, and the specific ranges of the first preset temperature threshold and the second preset temperature threshold are not limited.
In any of the foregoing embodiments, optionally, the step of switching from the current cooling or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode further includes: the rotation of the rotary vanes 1312 of the air dispersing assembly 13 is controlled. Therefore, the scattering and cutting effects of the rotating blades 1312 on the airflow can be further improved, and the wind-sensation-free experience is further improved.
Further, the step of controlling the rotation of the rotating blades 1312 of the air dispersing assembly 13 specifically includes: and determining the wind-free mode as a first wind-free mode, and controlling the rotary vane 1312 to rotate unidirectionally.
Optionally, the first non-wind sensing mode is determined to be a first sub-mode, and the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 of the wind dispersing assembly 13 are controlled to rotate unidirectionally in a first direction or unidirectionally in a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotation speeds of the rotary vanes 1312 are the same or different. For example, the plurality of vanes 1312 are controlled to rotate clockwise at the same time, or the plurality of vanes 1312 are controlled to rotate counterclockwise at the same time.
Optionally, the first non-wind sensing mode is determined to be a second sub-mode, and one part of the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 of the wind dispersing assembly 13 is controlled to rotate unidirectionally in a first direction, and the other part of the plurality of rotary vanes is controlled to rotate unidirectionally in a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotation speeds of the rotary vanes 1312 are the same or different. For example, one portion of the plurality of lobes 1312 is controlled to rotate clockwise at the same time, or another portion of the plurality of lobes 1312 is controlled to rotate counter-clockwise at the same time.
Further, the non-wind-sensation mode is determined to be the second non-wind-sensation mode, and the rotating vane 1312 is controlled to perform forward and reverse rotation.
Optionally, the second non-wind-sensation mode is determined to be a third sub-mode, the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 of the wind dispersing component 13 are controlled to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, and the rotation directions of the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are the same, wherein the rotation speeds of the rotary vanes 1312 are the same or different, for example, the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are controlled to perform forward and reverse rotation according to a sine change rule at the same time, and the plurality of rotary vanes 1312 are controlled to perform forward and reverse rotation according to a cosine change rule at the same time.
Optionally, the second non-wind-sensation mode is determined to be a fourth sub-mode, a plurality of the rotary vanes 1312 of the wind dispersing assembly 13 are controlled to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, and the rotation direction of one part of the rotary vanes 1312 is opposite to the rotation direction of the other part, wherein the rotation speeds of the rotary vanes 1312 are the same or different. For example, a part of the plurality of vanes 1312 is controlled to move in forward and reverse directions according to a sine variation rule at the same time, and another part of the plurality of vanes 1312 is controlled to move in forward and reverse directions according to a cosine variation rule at the same time.
In any of the above embodiments, optionally, in the no-wind mode, the rotational speed of the impeller 1312 is in positive correlation with the rotational speed of the fan 17 of the air conditioner 10. Like this, the rotational speed of fan 17 increases, and the amount of wind that discharges to the wind subassembly 13 department through fan 17 increases, and the rotational speed of control whirl leaf 1312 also increases along with fan 17, improves the efficiency of the air current of scattering of wind subassembly 13, and then improves no wind sense effect, and the rotational speed of fan 17 reduces, and the amount of wind that discharges to wind subassembly 13 department through fan 17 also reduces, and the rotational speed of control whirl leaf 1312 reduces along with fan 17, when realizing no wind sense air-out, reduces the energy consumption and the noise of product.
Preferably, in the no-wind mode, the rotational speed of the impeller 1312 is in direct proportion to the rotational speed of the fan 17 of the air conditioner 10.
In any of the above embodiments, optionally, in the cooling mode, the air deflector 12 is controlled to be opened and the opening angle of the air deflector 12 is adjusted to a first target angle corresponding to the cooling mode; in the heating mode, the air guide plate 12 is controlled to be opened and the opening angle of the air guide plate 12 is adjusted to a second target angle corresponding to the heating mode.
Preferably, the second target angle is greater than the first target angle. Under the heating mode, utilize aviation baffle 12 water conservancy diversion to change the air-out angle for the air-out air current compares cooling mode slight downward sloping, and steam can carry more distance, and in the steam output process, utilize steam rising effect to promote room temperature even, promote heating homogeneity, under the cooling mode, utilize aviation baffle 12 water conservancy diversion to change the air-out angle, make the air-out air current compare heating mode slight upward sloping, the air-conditioning can carry more distance, and in the air-conditioning output process, utilize the air-conditioning gravity sinking effect to promote room temperature even, promote refrigeration homogeneity.
In any of the above solutions, optionally, the operating temperature parameter includes an intake air temperature. It can be appreciated that the air in the environment is introduced into the heat exchanger 18 by the air return port 112 of the air conditioner 10 to exchange heat, and the air inlet temperature can better reflect the current environmental temperature, so that the operation control device 101 can control the conversion of the working mode of the air conditioner 10 according to the air inlet temperature, and the control accuracy of the operation control device 101 is improved.
An embodiment of the third aspect of the present invention provides an operation control apparatus 101, as shown in fig. 13, adapted for use in an air conditioner 10, comprising: the processor 1011, when executing the computer program, can implement the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner 10 in any of the above-described embodiments.
The operation control device 101 provided in the above technical solution of the present invention can implement the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner 10 in any one of the above technical solutions when the processor 1011 executes a computer program, so that all the above advantages are achieved, and the details are not repeated here.
An embodiment of the fourth aspect of the present invention provides an air conditioner 10, as shown in fig. 14, including an operation control device 101 in any of the above-described aspects.
The air conditioner 10 provided in the above technical solution of the present invention has all the above advantages by providing the operation control device 101 in any one of the above technical solutions, and will not be described herein.
An embodiment of the fifth aspect of the present invention provides a computer-readable storage medium having stored thereon a computer program which, when executed, implements the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner 10 in any of the above-described aspects.
The computer readable storage medium provided in the above technical solutions of the present invention, when executed by a computer program, implements the steps defined by the control method of the air conditioner 10 in any one of the above technical solutions, so as to have all the above beneficial effects, which are not described herein.
Specific examples:
as shown in figures 1 to 14 of the drawings,
the air conditioner 10 provided in this embodiment includes a casing 11, an air deflector 12, an air dispersing assembly 13, a temperature detecting device and an operation control device 101.
The air conditioner is characterized in that an air outlet 111 and an air return port 112 are formed in the casing 11, the air guide plate 12 is rotationally connected with the casing 11, as shown in fig. 3, 4 and 5, the air guide plate 12 is provided with a first rack 140a2, a first driving piece 140a3 (such as a motor) and a first gear 140a1 driven by the first driving piece 140a3 to rotate are arranged in the casing 11, the first gear 140a1 is meshed with the first rack 140a2 to drive the air guide plate 12 to move, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air guide plate 12, the air dispersing component 13 is slidably connected with the casing 11, the air dispersing component 13 is provided with a second rack 140b2, a second driving piece 140b3 (such as a motor) and a second gear 140b1 driven by the second driving piece 140b3 are arranged in the casing 11, the second gear 140b1 is meshed with the second rack 140b2 to drive the air dispersing component 13 to move, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the air dispersing component 13, a temperature detection device (such as a temperature sensor) detects a working condition temperature parameter, the operation control device 101 is electrically connected with the temperature detection device, the temperature detection device electrically detects the temperature parameter to obtain the temperature detection device, and the temperature detection device triggers the temperature parameter to the operation control device to the temperature control device to obtain the working condition parameter to the working condition parameter, and the working condition parameter is triggered to the working condition parameter is corresponding to the air conditioner and the air conditioner is at the position of the air conditioner and the air guide plate 13, and the air conditioner is opened relative to the air conditioner and the air conditioner 11, and the position is controlled to the position and the air conditioner is moved relative to the air outlet 111.
The air conditioner 10 of the present embodiment has a plurality of operation modes, and specifically includes: the system comprises a refrigeration mode, a heating mode and a wind-sense-free mode, wherein the wind-sense-free mode comprises a first state wind-sense-free mode and a second state wind-sense-free mode, and a plurality of working modes can be mutually converted.
In detail, as shown in fig. 2, the wind dispersing component 13 has 8 rotary blades 1312, which are numbered from left to right as rotary blades 1 to 8, and each rotary blade 1312 is provided with a motor to drive the rotary blade 1312 to rotate, and each motor is also numbered from motor 1 to motor 8 according to the rotary blade 1312 connected with the motor.
After the air conditioner 10 receives the cooling command, the rotation angles of the first driving member 140a3, the second driving member 140b3 and the motors 1 to 8 are shown in table 1, in detail, in the cooling mode, the rotation angle of the first driving member 140a3 is 40 °, so that the air deflector 12 is driven to rotate by the first target angle, the second driving member 140b3 is not started, the air dispersing unit 13 is located in the casing 11, the motors 1 to 8 are not started, and the rotary blades 1 to 8 are not rotated. Table 2 shows the relationship between the rotational speeds of the fan 17 and the rotary vanes 1 to 8 in the cooling mode.
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Note that: 0 DEG to 40 DEG means that the transition from 0 DEG to 40 DEG is kept unchanged, and the same applies below.
TABLE 2
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Wherein N is the rotation speed value of the main cross flow fan during normal operation, and the following is the same.
After the air conditioner 10 receives the heating command, the rotation angles of the first driving member 140a3, the second driving member 140b3 and the motors 1 to 8 are shown in table 3, in detail, in the heating mode, the rotation angle of the first driving member 140a3 is 70 °, so that the air deflector 12 is driven to rotate by the second target angle, the second driving member 140b3 is not started, the air dispersing unit 13 is located in the casing 11, the motors 1 to 8 are not started, and the rotary blades 1 to 8 are not rotated. Table 2 shows the relationship between the rotational speeds of the fan 17 and the rotary vanes 1 to 8 in the heating mode.
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Note that: 0-70 means that the transition from 0 to 70 is maintained as follows.
TABLE 4 Table 4
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
After the air conditioner 10 receives the first state no-wind mode command, the rotation angles of the first driving member 140a3, the second driving member 140b3 and the motors 1 to 8 are shown in table 5, in detail, in the first state no-wind mode, the rotation angle of the first driving member 140a3 is 40 °, so that the wind deflector 12 is driven to rotate by a first target angle and the rotation angle of the second driving member 140b3 is 320 °, so that the wind dispersing component 13 is driven to rotate by a first target position, the motors 1 to 8 are started, and the rotary blades 1 to 8 are rotated. Table 6 shows the relationship between the rotational speeds of the fan 17 and the rotary vanes 1 to 8 in the first state no-wind-feeling mode.
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Note that: 0-320 deg. means that the rotation from 0 deg. to 320 deg. is kept unchanged, 0-360 deg. means 360 deg. of periodic rotation, and the same applies.
TABLE 6
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N*2/3 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N
After the air conditioner 10 receives the second state no-wind mode command, the rotation angles of the first driving member 140a3, the second driving member 140b3 and the motors 1 to 8 are shown in table 7, in detail, in the second state no-wind mode, the rotation angle of the first driving member 140a3 is 70 °, so as to drive the wind deflector 12 to rotate by the second target angle and the rotation angle of the second driving member 140b3 is 320 °, so as to drive the wind dispersing component 13 to rotate by the second target position, the motors 1 to 8 are started, and the rotary blades 1 to 8 rotate. Table 8 shows the relationship between the fan 17 and the rotational speeds of the rotary vanes 1 to 8 in the second state no-wind-feeling mode.
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TABLE 8
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N*2/3 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N 0.008N
Preferably, the air conditioner 10 in this embodiment can control the motor to drive the rotary vane to rotate at different rotation speeds, so as to realize a richer windless air outlet mode.
Airless mode first embodiment: as shown in tables 9 and 10, the left-hand rotary blades 1 to 4 and the right-hand rotary blades 5 to 8 are changed in the opposite cycle angles, and different angles of rotational wind are generated.
TABLE 9
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Note that: 0 ° -180 ° means 180 ° of periodic rotation, the same applies below.
Table 10
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N*2/3 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N
Second embodiment of no sense of wind mode: as shown in tables 11 and 12, the left rotary blades 1 to 4 and the right rotary blades 5 to 8 are opposite in changing cycle angle, and different in rotating speed, and generate rotational wind with different angles, and the rotating speed and the angles of the wind are different, so that the wind of the air conditioner can be guided to two sides of a room or concentrated in the middle of the room.
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Table 12
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N*2/3 0.003N 0.003N 0.003N 0.003N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N 0.006N
Third embodiment of no sense of wind mode: as shown in tables 13 and 14.
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TABLE 14
Air guide assembly numbering Blower fan Rotary blade 1 Rotary blade 2 Rotary blade 3 Rotary blade 4 Rotary blade 5 Rotary blade 6 Rotary blade 7 Rotary vane 8
Wind speed N*2/3 / / / / / / / /
The angle and rotation speed change rule of the motors 1 to 4 may be according to the sine change rule shown in fig. 15, and the angle and rotation speed change rule of the motors 5 to 8 may be according to the cosine change rule shown in fig. 16, however, those skilled in the art may design the motors according to other change rules to change the rotation speed and rotation angle according to actual requirements, which is not listed here.
The control device in this embodiment implements the control logic described in the following air conditioner 10:
the switching process of the air conditioner 10 between the cooling mode and the non-air feeling mode is specifically shown in fig. 11,
step 202: the air conditioner 10 operates in a cooling mode;
step 204: controlling the air deflector 12 to be opened and adjusting the opening angle of the air deflector 12 to a first target angle corresponding to the cooling mode;
step 206: acquiring working condition temperature parameters;
step 208: judging whether the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than a first preset temperature threshold, if yes, entering step 2102, and if not, executing step 2101: maintaining a current cooling mode;
step 2102: determining to switch from a current cooling mode to a no-wind-sensation mode;
step 212: controlling the air dispersing component 13 to a first target position, enabling the air dispersing component 13 to be in lap joint with the air deflector 12, and splicing to define a cavity 15 which is positioned outside the air conditioner air outlet 111 and is communicated with the air conditioner air outlet 111;
step 216: judging whether the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than a first preset temperature threshold, if so, executing step 2181: maintaining the current windless mode, otherwise performing step 2182: and switching from the current non-wind sensing mode to a cooling or heating mode.
Wherein, in step 2102, step 2141 may be specifically selected to be executed: determining that the no-wind-sensation mode is the first no-wind-sensation mode, or performing step 2142: the wind-sensing-free mode is determined to be a second wind-sensing-free mode, different rotation modes of the rotating blades 1312 are selected, the period angle of the rotation of the rotating blades 1312 is changed by changing the change rule of the rotating blades 1312, the rotating speeds are also different, rotational wind with different angles is generated, the rotating speeds and the angles of the wind are different, the wind of an air conditioner can be guided to two sides of a room or concentrated in the middle of the room, the wind-sensing-free mode and the regional wind-sensing-free mode of different modes are realized, and different demands are brought to different people.
The switching process of the air conditioner 10 between the heating mode and the non-sensing mode is specifically shown in fig. 12,
step 302: the air conditioner 10 operates in a heating mode;
step 304: controlling the air deflector 12 to be opened and adjusting the opening angle of the air deflector 12 to a second target angle corresponding to the heating mode;
step 306: acquiring working condition temperature parameters;
step 308: judging whether the working condition temperature parameter is greater than a second preset temperature threshold, if so, proceeding to step 3102, otherwise, proceeding to step 3101: maintaining a current heating mode;
Step 3102: determining to switch from the current heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode;
step 312: controlling the air dispersion member 13 to a second target position such that the air dispersion member 13 is disposed opposite to the air guide plate 12 at a spacing so as to surround a drainage channel 16 having an air outlet 161 at one end;
step 316: judging whether the working condition temperature parameter is greater than a second preset temperature threshold, if so, executing step 2181: maintaining the current windless mode, otherwise performing step 2182: and switching from the current non-wind sensing mode to a heating or heating mode.
Wherein, in step 3102, step 3141 may be specifically selected to be executed: determining that the no-sense mode is the first no-sense mode, or performing step 3142: the wind-sensing-free mode is determined to be a second wind-sensing-free mode, different rotation modes of the rotating blades 1312 are selected, the period angle of the rotation of the rotating blades 1312 is changed by changing the change rule of the rotating blades 1312, the rotating speeds are also different, rotational wind with different angles is generated, the rotating speeds and the angles of the wind are different, the wind of an air conditioner can be guided to two sides of a room or concentrated in the middle of the room, the wind-sensing-free mode and the regional wind-sensing-free mode of different modes are realized, and different demands are brought to different people.
It will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that embodiments of the present invention may be provided as a method, apparatus (system) or computer program product. Accordingly, the present invention may take the form of an entirely hardware embodiment, an entirely software embodiment or an embodiment combining software and hardware aspects. Furthermore, the present invention may take the form of a computer program product embodied on one or more computer-usable storage media (including, but not limited to, disk storage, CD-ROM, optical storage, and the like) having computer-usable program code embodied therein.
The present invention is described with reference to flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams of methods, apparatus (systems) and computer program products according to embodiments of the invention. It will be understood that each flow and/or block of the flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams, and combinations of flows and/or blocks in the flowchart illustrations and/or block diagrams, can be implemented by computer program instructions. These computer program instructions may be provided to a processor of a general purpose computer, special purpose computer, embedded processor, or other programmable data processing apparatus to produce a machine, such that the instructions, which execute via the processor of the computer or other programmable data processing apparatus, create means for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be stored in a computer-readable memory that can direct a computer or other programmable data processing apparatus to function in a particular manner, such that the instructions stored in the computer-readable memory produce an article of manufacture including instruction means which implement the function specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
These computer program instructions may also be loaded onto a computer or other programmable data processing apparatus to cause a series of operational steps to be performed on the computer or other programmable apparatus to produce a computer implemented process such that the instructions which execute on the computer or other programmable apparatus provide steps for implementing the functions specified in the flowchart flow or flows and/or block diagram block or blocks.
It should be noted that in the claims, any reference signs placed between parentheses shall not be construed as limiting the claim. The word "comprising" does not exclude the presence of elements or steps not listed in a claim. The word "a" or "an" preceding an element does not exclude the presence of a plurality of such elements. The invention may be implemented by means of hardware comprising several distinct elements, and by means of a suitably programmed computer. In the unit claims enumerating several means, several of these means may be embodied by one and the same item of hardware. The use of the words first, second, etc. do not denote any order. These words may be interpreted as names.
In the description of the present invention, it should be understood that the directions or positional relationships indicated by the terms "upper", "lower", "left", "right", "front", "rear", etc. are based on the directions or positional relationships shown in the drawings, are merely for convenience of describing the present invention and simplifying the description, and do not indicate or imply that the devices or units referred to must have a specific direction, be constructed and operated in a specific direction, and thus should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present specification, the terms "one embodiment," "some embodiments," "particular embodiments," and the like, mean that a particular feature, structure, material, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment or example is included in at least one embodiment or example of the present invention. In this specification, schematic representations of the above terms do not necessarily refer to the same embodiment or example. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, materials, or characteristics described may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples.
The above description is only of the preferred embodiments of the present invention and is not intended to limit the present invention, but various modifications and variations can be made to the present invention by those skilled in the art. Any modification, equivalent replacement, improvement, etc. made within the spirit and principle of the present invention should be included in the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. An air conditioner, comprising:
a shell provided with an air outlet of the air conditioner;
the air dispersing assembly is arranged on the shell and can move relative to the shell;
an operation control device; the temperature detection device is electrically connected with the operation control device, is configured to detect working condition temperature parameters, feeds the detected working condition temperature parameters back to the operation control device, and triggers the operation control device to determine whether the current refrigeration mode or heating mode is switched to a no-wind-sensation mode or maintain the current refrigeration mode or heating mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters;
the operation control device is also used for controlling the rotary blade of the wind dispersing component to rotate, and is particularly used for determining that the wind-sense-free mode is a first wind-sense-free mode, controlling the rotation of the rotary blade She Shanxiang, determining that the wind-sense-free mode is a second wind-sense-free mode and controlling the rotary blade to perform forward and reverse rotation.
2. An air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the air conditioner comprises:
the air deflector is arranged on the shell and can move between a position for shielding the air outlet of the air conditioner and a position for opening the air outlet of the air conditioner;
The operation control device is electrically connected with the air deflector and is configured to drive the air deflector to open and control the opening angle of the air deflector to be adjusted to a first target angle or a second target angle.
3. An air conditioner according to claim 2, wherein the air dispersing structure is provided on the air dispersing assembly, and the air dispersing structure is configured to allow air flow to pass through and is suitable for allowing the passing air flow to diffuse and flow;
the operation control device is electrically connected with the wind dispersing component and is configured to:
driving the air dispersing component to a first target position, enabling the air dispersing component to be in lap joint with the air deflector, and splicing to define a cavity which is positioned outside the air outlet of the air conditioner and communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner; or (b)
The air dispersing component is driven to a second target position, so that the air dispersing component is opposite to the air deflector and is arranged at intervals to surround and define a drainage channel which is communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner and one end of which is provided with an air outlet.
4. An air conditioner according to claim 3, wherein,
the wind dispersing component is lapped with the air deflector at the first target position, a splicing line is formed at the lapping position of the wind dispersing component and the air deflector, a through groove is formed on the opposite surface of the wind dispersing component and the air deflector in a surrounding mode, the through groove extends along the splicing line and is formed into a structure penetrating through two ends along the extending direction, and therefore side openings are formed at two ends of the cavity in the extending direction respectively.
5. An air conditioner according to claim 3 or 4, wherein,
the wind dispersing assembly comprises a wind dispersing plate, and the wind dispersing structure comprises a plurality of wind guide rings formed on the wind dispersing plate and a plurality of rotary blades arranged opposite to the wind guide rings one by one.
6. The air conditioner according to claim 5, wherein,
the wind dispersing structure comprises a driving device, wherein the driving device is electrically connected with the operation control device, and the operation control device controls the driving device so that the driving device drives the rotary blade to rotate.
7. The air conditioner according to claim 6, wherein,
the driving device is connected with at least one of the rotary vanes and drives the rotary vanes connected with the driving device; or (b)
The wind dispersing assembly is provided with a plurality of wind dispersing groups, each wind dispersing group comprises one or a plurality of rotary vanes, wherein the driving device is respectively connected with the wind dispersing groups and respectively drives the rotary vanes of the wind dispersing groups, so that the operation control device respectively controls the rotating speeds and the rotating directions of the rotary vanes of different wind dispersing groups.
8. A control method of an air conditioner, comprising the steps of:
determining to switch from a current refrigeration mode or heating mode to a no-wind-sensation mode according to the acquired working condition temperature parameters, or maintaining the current refrigeration mode or heating mode;
the step of switching from the current cooling mode or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode further comprises the following steps:
controlling the rotation of the rotary blades of the air dispersing component;
the step of controlling the rotation of the rotary blade of the wind dispersing component specifically comprises the following steps:
determining the non-wind sensing mode as a first non-wind sensing mode, and controlling the rotation She Shanxiang to rotate;
and determining the wind-sensation-free mode as a second wind-sensation-free mode, and controlling the rotary blade to perform forward and reverse rotation.
9. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8, wherein the step of determining to switch from a current cooling mode or heating mode to a no-wind-sensation mode or to maintain the current cooling mode or heating mode according to the obtained operating temperature parameter comprises:
the air conditioner operates in a refrigeration mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a first preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold value, the current refrigeration mode is determined to be switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, and if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold value, the current refrigeration mode is determined to be maintained; and/or
The air conditioner operates in a heating mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a second preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than the second preset temperature threshold value, the current heating mode is determined to be switched to the no-wind-sensation mode, and if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold value, the current heating mode is determined to be maintained.
10. The control method of an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, further comprising, if switching from the cooling mode or the heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode at present:
and in the non-wind sensing mode, determining that the current non-wind sensing mode is switched to the refrigerating mode or the heating mode or the current non-wind sensing mode is maintained according to the acquired working condition temperature parameter.
11. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 10, wherein the step of determining to switch from the current non-wind-sensing mode to the cooling mode or the heating mode or to maintain the current non-wind-sensing mode according to the obtained operating temperature parameter comprises:
the air conditioner operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a first preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than the first preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be maintained, and if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than or equal to the first preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be switched to the refrigeration mode; and/or
The air conditioner operates in the no-wind-sensation mode, the relation between the working condition temperature parameter and a second preset temperature threshold value is determined, if the working condition temperature parameter is larger than the second preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be maintained, and if the working condition temperature parameter is smaller than or equal to the second preset temperature threshold value, the current no-wind-sensation mode is determined to be switched to the heating mode.
12. The method according to claim 8 or 9, wherein the step of switching from the current cooling mode or heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode specifically comprises:
determining that the current refrigeration mode is switched to a non-wind sense mode, and controlling the wind dispersing component to a first target position, so that the wind dispersing component is in lap joint with the wind deflector and is spliced to define a cavity which is positioned at the outer side of the air outlet of the air conditioner and is communicated with the air outlet of the air conditioner;
and determining to switch from the current heating mode to the no-wind-sensation mode, and controlling the air dispersing assembly to a second target position, so that the air dispersing assembly is opposite to the air deflector and is arranged at intervals to surround and define a drainage channel with an air outlet at one end.
13. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, wherein the step of controlling the rotation of the rotor She Shanxiang comprises:
determining the first non-wind sensing mode as a first sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of the rotary wings She Junyan of the wind dispersing component to rotate unidirectionally in a first direction or rotate unidirectionally in a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotating speeds of the rotary wings are the same or different;
and determining the first non-wind sensing mode as a second sub-mode, and controlling one part of the rotary blades of the wind dispersing assembly to rotate unidirectionally along the first direction, and the other part of the rotary blades to rotate unidirectionally along a second direction opposite to the first direction, wherein the rotating speeds among the rotary blades are the same or different.
14. The method according to claim 13, wherein the step of controlling the rotary vane to perform forward and reverse rotation comprises:
determining the second non-wind sensing mode as a third sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of rotary vanes of the wind dispersing component to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, wherein the rotary directions of the rotary vanes are the same, and the rotary speeds among the rotary vanes are the same or different;
And determining the second wind-sensation-free mode as a fourth sub-mode, and controlling a plurality of rotary vanes of the wind dispersing assembly to respectively perform forward and reverse rotation, wherein the rotation direction of one part of the rotary vanes is opposite to the rotation direction of the other part of the rotary vanes, and the rotation speeds among the rotary vanes are the same or different.
15. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, wherein,
in the no-wind-sensation mode, the rotating speed of the rotating vane and the rotating speed of the fan of the air conditioner are in positive correlation.
16. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, wherein,
in the no-wind-sensation mode, the rotation speed of the rotary vane is in direct proportion to the rotation speed of a fan of the air conditioner.
17. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, wherein,
in a refrigeration mode, controlling an air deflector to be opened and adjusting the opening angle of the air deflector to a first target angle corresponding to the refrigeration mode;
in the heating mode, the air deflector is controlled to be opened, and the opening angle of the air deflector is adjusted to a second target angle corresponding to the heating mode.
18. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 17, wherein,
the second target angle is greater than the first target angle.
19. The method for controlling an air conditioner according to claim 8 or 9, wherein,
the working condition temperature parameters comprise air inlet temperature.
20. An operation control device, which is suitable for an air conditioner, comprising: a processor capable of implementing the steps defined by the control method of an air conditioner according to any one of claims 8 to 19 when executing a computer program.
21. An air conditioner comprising the operation control device according to claim 20.
22. A computer-readable storage medium, on which a computer program is stored, characterized in that the computer program, when executed, realizes the steps defined by the control method of an air conditioner as claimed in any one of claims 8 to 19.
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