CN110681066B - Wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument and control method thereof - Google Patents

Wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument and control method thereof Download PDF

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CN110681066B
CN110681066B CN201911055214.8A CN201911055214A CN110681066B CN 110681066 B CN110681066 B CN 110681066B CN 201911055214 A CN201911055214 A CN 201911055214A CN 110681066 B CN110681066 B CN 110681066B
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Abstract

The invention discloses a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument system which comprises a wide-spectrum special thermal radiation body, a controller circuit, a man-machine interface module and external remote control equipment. The wide-spectrum special heat radiating body consists of a dynamic heat radiating body and a static heat radiating body. The controller circuit comprises a microprocessor, a power supply conversion circuit, a man-machine interface driving circuit, a static radiator driving circuit, a dynamic radiator driving circuit and a remote control signal receiving circuit, and is used for finishing the control of the working state of the special radiator. The man-machine interface module comprises a display device, a key and a buzzer. Except the human machine control interface of the controller, the therapeutic apparatus can receive the remote control command of an external remote controller. The invention also discloses a control method suitable for the wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument system. The invention can fully utilize various radiation waves which are beneficial to the human body to complete the conditioning of the state of the human body, and the working modes of dynamic and static combination and point-surface combination can provide various physical therapy modes.

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Wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument and control method thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of human body physiotherapy, in particular to a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument and a control method thereof.
Background
With the improvement of living standard of people, people pay more attention to their health status and family health status, and how to keep healthy in an undiseased state, prevent the disease condition from occurring in an expectant state, and recover health in a state with little or no medicine in a diseased state becomes a demand of people. Particularly, the traditional Chinese medicine diagnosis and treatment technology is greatly popularized in the current country, and people have better acceptance degree on the diagnosis and treatment means of the traditional Chinese medicine, such as acupuncture and moxibustion and the like. How to reproduce the diagnosis and treatment means of the traditional Chinese medicine by using a modern means, better developing the scientific principle of diagnosis and treatment diseases of the traditional Chinese medicine, improving the efficiency and having great significance for serving the health of people and promoting and developing the traditional Chinese medicine.
At present, the physiotherapy instrument for conditioning human body by means of heat radiation mainly uses static radiation, and patent CN201807087U discloses a heat radiation therapy apparatus, wherein a radiation body of the physiotherapy instrument continuously performs heat radiation in a working state, the static heat radiation easily causes tolerance to human body, and the large-area radiation mode is not favorable for accurate positioning of radiation points (such as acupuncture points).
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to solve the problems of limited radiation spectrum, easy tolerance generation, difficult accurate positioning, single working mode and the like of the thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument in the prior art, provides a plurality of medical electromagnetic spectrum sections beneficial to a human body by adopting a wide-spectrum special thermal radiation body, effectively solves the tolerance of the human body by dynamic and static combination and point-surface combination, and simultaneously provides help for accurate positioning of physiotherapy.
In order to achieve the purpose, the invention is implemented according to the following technical scheme:
a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument comprises a wide-spectrum special thermal radiation body, a controller circuit, a man-machine interface module and external remote control equipment; the controller circuit and the man-machine interface module are arranged in the controller shell to form the controller. The wide-spectrum special heat radiator, the man-machine interface module and the external remote control device are in circuit connection with the controller.
Furthermore, the wide-spectrum special radiator consists of a dynamic radiator and a static radiator.
Further, the special radiator radiates electromagnetic spectrum covering 0.55 to 15 micron frequency band.
Furthermore, the static radiator is formed by attaching a heating body in a ceramic material; the static radiator continuously carries out heat radiation under the action of the controller in the working process of the physiotherapy instrument; the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator is larger than five times of the area of the radiation surface of the dynamic radiator, and the static radiator can be regarded as a surface radiator compared with the dynamic radiator.
Further, the dynamic radiator is composed of a halogen light source or an infrared light emitting diode; the dynamic radiator discontinuously performs heat radiation under the action of the controller in the working process of the physiotherapy instrument; the area of the radiation surface of the dynamic radiator is less than one fifth of the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator, and the dynamic radiator can be regarded as a point radiator compared with the static radiator.
Furthermore, the controller circuit comprises a microprocessor, a power conversion circuit, a man-machine interface driving circuit, a static radiator driving circuit, a dynamic radiator driving circuit and a remote control signal receiving circuit, and is used for finishing the control of the working state of the special radiator;
furthermore, the microprocessor is a control core of the controller circuit and is used for receiving control signals from the human-computer interface module and the external remote control equipment, controlling the working state of the radiator and outputting the working state to the human-computer interface module; the power supply conversion circuit is used for converting alternating current from a city network into direct current voltage received by the controller circuit; the man-machine interface driving circuit is used for converting the control behavior from the man-machine interface module into a control signal received by the microprocessor and converting the working state information of the system into an acousto-optic signal for prompting; the static radiator control circuit comprises a static radiator driving circuit and a signal isolation circuit, and converts a control signal of the microprocessor to the static radiator into a working voltage signal of the static radiator; the dynamic radiator control circuit comprises a dynamic radiator driving circuit and a signal isolation circuit, and converts a control signal of the microprocessor to the dynamic radiator into a working voltage signal of the dynamic radiator; and the remote control signal receiving circuit is used for receiving control information from external remote control equipment and converting the control information into a control signal received by the microprocessor.
Further, the optional human-machine interface module comprises a display device, a key and a buzzer. The display device can be a nixie tube or a liquid crystal display screen and is used for displaying the switch pause state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument; the keys can be mechanical keys or capacitive touch keys and are used for controlling the on-off state, the pause/restart state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument; the buzzer is used for carrying out sound reminding on the working state of the physiotherapy instrument.
Furthermore, the external remote control equipment can be a remote controller and an intelligent terminal provided with a matched APP. The remote controller can control the on-off state, the pause/restart state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument. The intelligent terminal of the supporting APP of installation accessible bluetooth, WIFI, signal forms such as public communication network control physiotherapy equipment's on-off state, pause/restart state, treatment time, treatment intensity to can receive the operating condition information that comes from physiotherapy equipment, show on the supporting APP's interface.
The invention also discloses a control method of the wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument, which comprises the following steps: acquiring instructions sent by a man-machine interface module and external remote control equipment, wherein the instructions comprise a power-on/off instruction, a timing instruction and a treatment intensity instruction; controlling the working state of the thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument based on the acquired instruction; automatically stopping the physiotherapy process after the preset treatment time is reached based on the timing information in the microprocessor.
Further, controlling the working state of the physiotherapy instrument based on the instruction comprises: when the instruction is a starting instruction, controlling a driving circuit of a static heat radiator in the physiotherapy instrument to be conducted for continuous heat radiation, and controlling a dynamic heat radiator to perform discontinuous heat radiation according to set intensity; when the instruction is a shutdown instruction, controlling a static thermal radiator driving circuit and a dynamic thermal radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument to be simultaneously cut off, stopping thermal radiation of the physiotherapy instrument, and clearing set treatment time and treatment intensity information; when the instruction is a pause instruction, controlling a static heat radiation body driving circuit and a dynamic heat radiation body driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument to be simultaneously cut off, and stopping the physiotherapy instrument from carrying out heat radiation, but keeping set treatment time and treatment intensity information; when the command received in the pause state is a restart command, controlling a driving circuit of a static heat radiating body in the physiotherapy instrument to be conducted for continuously carrying out heat radiation, and controlling a dynamic heat radiating body to discontinuously carry out heat radiation according to the preset intensity before the pause state; when the instruction is a timing instruction, controlling an internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument to record treatment time information, returning timing information to the human-computer interaction module, and displaying on the display device; and when the instruction is a treatment intensity adjusting instruction, controlling an internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument to record treatment intensity information, controlling the duty ratio of a dynamic radiator conduction control signal to adjust the conduction time of the dynamic radiator in a fixed period, returning treatment intensity information to the man-machine interaction module, and displaying the treatment intensity information on the display device.
Further, based on the internal timing function of the microprocessor, when the preset treatment time is reached, the controller cuts off the special radiator driving signal and provides a corresponding acousto-optic reminding signal for the man-machine interface module.
Compared with the prior art, the invention has the following beneficial effects:
1. the radiation frequency of the physiotherapy instrument covers a frequency band of 0.55 to 15 microns, and the physiotherapy instrument contains a plurality of medical beneficial frequency bands such as far infrared and near infrared, and has a wider application range.
2. The static radiator of the physiotherapy instrument continuously performs surface radiation with a large area, and the physiotherapy area can be ensured to be large enough.
3. The dynamic radiator of the physiotherapy instrument discontinuously radiates points with smaller areas, can solve the tolerance generated by the simple acceptance of static radiation by a human body, and simultaneously provides reference for the accurate selection of physiotherapy parts (such as acupuncture points).
4. The product can not only complete the control of the working state of the physiotherapy instrument by a man-machine interface module provided by the controller, but also receive the control instructions of various external remote control devices.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by an embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 2 is a structural block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a wide-spectrum dedicated thermal radiator according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic circuit block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of waveforms of dynamic and static control signals according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a human-computer interface module interface provided in an embodiment of the present invention.
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The present invention will be described in further detail with reference to the accompanying drawings and examples. It is to be understood that the specific embodiments described herein are merely illustrative of the invention and are not limiting of the invention. In addition, it should be noted that only a part of the structure related to the present invention is shown in the drawings, not the whole structure.
Fig. 1 is a schematic block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by an embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 2 is a structural block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by the embodiment of the invention.
As shown in fig. 1 and 2, a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy apparatus comprises a wide-spectrum dedicated thermal radiation body 10, a controller circuit 20, a man-machine interface module 30 and an optional external remote control device 40.
Specifically, the controller circuit 20 and the human-machine interface module 30 are installed in a controller housing to form a controller. The broad spectrum dedicated thermal radiator 10, the human interface module 30 and the external remote control device 40 are connected to the controller circuit 20.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural diagram of a broad-spectrum dedicated thermal radiator according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic circuit block diagram of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 5 is a schematic diagram of waveforms of dynamic and static control signals according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Alternatively, as shown in fig. 3 and 4, the wide-spectrum dedicated radiator 10 is composed of two parts, namely a static radiator 101 and a static radiator 102.
Specifically, the dedicated radiator 10 radiates electromagnetic spectrum covering a frequency band of 0.55 to 15 μm.
Specifically, the static radiator 101 is made of a ceramic material with a heating body attached inside; the static radiator 101 continuously performs heat radiation under the action of the controller circuit 20 in the operating process of the physiotherapy instrument, and the operating mode is as shown in fig. 5; the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator 101 is five times larger than that of the dynamic radiator 102, and the static radiator 101 can be regarded as a surface radiator compared with the dynamic radiator 102.
Specifically, the dynamic radiator 102 is composed of a halogen light source or an infrared light emitting diode; the dynamic radiator 102 intermittently performs heat radiation under the action of the controller circuit 20 during the operation of the therapeutic apparatus, and the operation mode is as shown in fig. 5; the area of the radiation surface of the dynamic radiator 102 is smaller than one fifth of the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator 101, and the dynamic radiator 102 can be regarded as a point radiator compared with the static radiator 101.
It should be noted that, in the embodiment of the present invention, the dedicated radiator adopts a structure form in which a circular static radiator is embedded with a circular dynamic radiator, but the structure of the dedicated radiator is not limited to the structure form in which the circular static radiator is embedded with the circular dynamic radiator, and may also be a common structure form in which a circular dynamic radiator is embedded with a square static radiator, a square dynamic radiator is embedded with a circular static radiator, or a square dynamic radiator is embedded with a square static radiator.
Optionally, as shown in fig. 4, the controller circuit 20 includes a microprocessor 201, a power conversion circuit 206, a man-machine interface driving circuit 207, 208, 209, a static radiator driving circuit 203, 205, a dynamic radiator driving circuit 202, 204, and a remote control signal receiving circuit 210, and is configured to complete control of the working state of the dedicated radiator;
Specifically, the microprocessor 201 is a control core of the controller circuit, and is configured to receive control signals from the human-machine interface module 30 and the external remote control device 40, control the working state of the dedicated radiator 10, and output the working state to the human-machine interface module 30;
specifically, the power conversion circuit 206 is configured to convert an ac power from a public power grid into a dc voltage received by the controller circuit;
specifically, the human-machine interface driving circuits 207, 208, and 209 are configured to convert the control behavior from the human-machine interface module 30 into a control signal received by the microprocessor 201, and convert the system operating state information into an acousto-optic signal to prompt through the human-machine interface module 30.
Specifically, the static radiator control circuit, which includes the static radiator driving circuit 205 and the signal isolation circuit 203, converts the control signal of the microprocessor 201 to the static radiator 101 into an operating voltage signal of the static radiator 101, and the operating mode of the static radiator control circuit is as shown in fig. 5.
Specifically, the dynamic radiator control circuit, which includes the dynamic radiator driving circuit 204 and the signal isolation circuit 202, converts the control signal of the microprocessor 201 to the dynamic radiator 102 into an operating voltage signal of the dynamic radiator 102, and the operating mode of the dynamic radiator control circuit is as shown in fig. 5.
Specifically, the remote control signal receiving circuit 210 is configured to receive control information from the external remote control device 40 and convert the control information into a control signal received by the microprocessor 201.
It should be noted that, in the embodiment of the present invention, the dedicated radiator adopts a 220V commercial power ac operating mode, and the matched static radiator driving circuit and dynamic radiator driving circuit are in an ac control form. However, the working mode of the dedicated radiator is not limited to the ac driving mode, and may also be a dc driving mode or a hybrid ac/dc driving mode, and it is understood that the matched static radiator driving circuit and dynamic radiator driving circuit may be a dc control mode or a hybrid ac/dc driving mode.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a human-machine interface module according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Optionally, as shown in fig. 4 and 6, the man-machine interface module includes a display device 301, a key 302, and a buzzer 303.
Specifically, the display device 301 may be a combination of a nixie tube 3011 and a light emitting diode 3012, and the nixie tube 3011 is used to display the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy apparatus; the LED 3012 is used to indicate the on/off, middle or pause state of the therapeutic apparatus.
It should be noted that, in the embodiment of the present invention, the display device in the human-computer interface module adopts a combination form of a digital tube and a light emitting diode, but the display device is not limited to the combination form of the digital tube and the light emitting diode, and may also be a common form of a liquid crystal display, a liquid crystal display combined with a light emitting diode, and the like.
Specifically, the buttons 303 may be mechanical buttons, including a switch button 3031, a treatment intensity increasing button 3032, a treatment intensity decreasing button 3033, a treatment time increasing button 3034, and a treatment time decreasing button 3035.
It should be noted that, in the embodiment of the present invention, the keys in the human-computer interface module are in the form of mechanical keys, but the keys are not limited to the form of mechanical keys, and may also be in the form of common capacitive touch keys, and the like.
Specifically, the buzzer 302 is used for carrying out sound reminding on the working state of the physiotherapy instrument.
It should be noted that, in the embodiment of the present invention, a form of combining the display device and the key is adopted in the human-computer interface module, but the human-computer interface module is not limited to the form of combining the display device and the key, and may also be in a form of a touch screen, a voice control module, and the like.
Alternatively, as shown in fig. 4, the external remote control device 40 may be a remote controller 401, an intelligent terminal 402 with a matching APP installed.
Specifically, the remote controller 401 can control the on/off state, the pause/restart state, the treatment time, and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument.
Specifically, intelligent terminal 402 of installation supporting APP can be through signal forms such as bluetooth, WIFI, public communication network control physiotherapy equipment's on off state, pause/restart state, treatment time, treatment intensity to can receive the operating condition information that comes from physiotherapy equipment, show on supporting APP's interface.
The embodiment of the invention also discloses a control method of the wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument, which comprises the following steps:
optionally, the control method includes: acquiring instructions transmitted by a human-computer interface module and external remote control equipment, wherein the instructions comprise a power-on/off instruction, a timing instruction and a treatment intensity instruction; controlling the working state of the thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument based on the acquired instruction; automatically stopping the physiotherapy process after the preset treatment time is reached based on the timing information in the microprocessor.
Specifically, when the instruction is a power-on instruction, the static heat radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument is controlled to be conducted for continuous heat radiation, and the dynamic heat radiator is controlled to be discontinuously conducted for heat radiation according to the set intensity;
Specifically, when the instruction is a shutdown instruction, the static thermal radiator driving circuit and the dynamic thermal radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument are controlled to be simultaneously cut off, the physiotherapy instrument stops thermal radiation, and set treatment time and treatment intensity information are cleared;
specifically, when the instruction is a pause instruction, the static thermal radiator driving circuit and the dynamic thermal radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument are controlled to be simultaneously cut off, the physiotherapy instrument stops thermal radiation, and set treatment time and treatment intensity information are reserved;
specifically, when the command received in the pause state is a restart command, a static heat radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument is controlled to be conducted for continuous heat radiation, and a dynamic heat radiator is controlled to be discontinuously subjected to heat radiation according to the set intensity before the pause state;
specifically, when the instruction is a timing instruction, controlling an internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument to record treatment time information, returning timing information to the human-computer interaction module, and displaying on the display device;
specifically, when the instruction is a therapeutic intensity adjustment instruction, the internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument is controlled to record therapeutic intensity information, the duty ratio of the dynamic radiator conduction control signal is used for adjusting the conduction time of the dynamic radiator in a fixed period, and the therapeutic intensity information is returned to the man-machine interaction module and displayed on the display device.
Optionally, based on the internal timing function of the microprocessor, when a preset treatment time is reached, the controller cuts off the driving signal of the special radiator, and provides a corresponding acousto-optic reminding signal to the man-machine interface module.
In the description of the present invention, it should be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted" and "connected" are to be construed broadly, e.g., as being fixed or detachable or integrally connected; can be mechanically or electrically connected; they may be connected directly or indirectly through intervening media, or they may be interconnected between two elements. Specific meanings of the above terms in the present invention can be understood as appropriate by those of ordinary skill in the art.
In the present invention, the above embodiments are only used for illustrating the technical solution of the present invention, not for limiting the same, and are not limited to the above specific embodiments, and all technical modifications made according to the technical solution of the present invention fall within the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. A wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument is characterized by comprising a wide-spectrum special thermal radiation body, a controller circuit, a man-machine interface module and external remote control equipment;
The controller circuit and the man-machine interface module are arranged in the controller shell to form a controller;
the wide-spectrum special heat radiator, the man-machine interface module and the external remote control equipment are connected with the controller circuit;
the wide-spectrum special heat radiator consists of a dynamic radiator and a static radiator;
the static radiator is formed by attaching a heating body in a ceramic material;
the static radiator continuously performs heat radiation under the action of the controller in the working process of the physiotherapy instrument;
the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator is five times larger than that of the radiation surface of the dynamic radiator, and the static radiator can be regarded as a surface radiator compared with the dynamic radiator.
2. The wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument according to claim 1, characterized in that: the special heat radiator radiates electromagnetic spectrum covering 0.55 to 15 micron frequency band.
3. The wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument according to claim 1, characterized in that: the dynamic radiator is composed of a halogen light source;
the dynamic radiator discontinuously performs heat radiation under the action of the controller in the working process of the physiotherapy instrument;
the area of the radiation surface of the dynamic radiator is less than one fifth of the area of the radiation surface of the static radiator, and the dynamic radiator can be regarded as a point radiator compared with the static radiator.
4. The wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument according to claim 1, characterized in that: the controller circuit comprises a microprocessor, a power supply conversion circuit, a man-machine interface driving circuit, a static radiator control circuit, a dynamic radiator control circuit and a remote control signal receiving circuit and is used for finishing the control of the working state of the special heat radiator;
the microprocessor is a control core of the controller circuit and is used for receiving the control signal from the human-computer interface module, controlling the working state of the radiator and outputting the working state to the human-computer interface module;
the power supply conversion circuit is used for converting alternating current from a city network into direct current voltage received by the controller circuit;
the man-machine interface driving circuit is used for converting the control behavior from the man-machine interface module into a control signal received by the microprocessor and converting the working state information of the system into an acousto-optic signal for prompting;
the static radiator control circuit comprises a static radiator driving circuit and a signal isolation circuit, and converts a control signal of the microprocessor to the static radiator into a working voltage signal of the static radiator;
The dynamic radiator control circuit comprises a dynamic radiator driving circuit and a signal isolation circuit, and converts a control signal of the microprocessor to the dynamic radiator into a working voltage signal of the dynamic radiator;
and the remote control signal receiving circuit is used for receiving control information of external remote control equipment and converting the control information into a control signal received by the microprocessor.
5. The wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument according to claim 1, characterized in that: the man-machine interface module comprises a display device, a key and a buzzer;
the display device can be a digital tube or a liquid crystal display screen and is used for displaying the switch pause state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument;
the keys can be mechanical keys or capacitive touch keys and are used for controlling the on-off state, the pause/restart state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument;
the buzzer is used for carrying out sound reminding on the working state of the physiotherapy instrument.
6. The wide-spectrum dynamic and static thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument according to claim 1, characterized in that: the external remote control equipment can be a remote controller and an intelligent terminal provided with a matched APP;
the remote controller can control the on-off state, the pause/restart state, the treatment time and the treatment intensity of the physiotherapy instrument;
The intelligent terminal of the supporting APP of installation accessible bluetooth, WIFI, signal forms such as public communication network control physiotherapy equipment's on-off state, pause/restart state, treatment time, treatment intensity to can receive the operating condition information that comes from physiotherapy equipment, show on the supporting APP's interface.
7. A control method of a wide-spectrum dynamic and static heat radiation physiotherapy apparatus applied to the wide-spectrum dynamic and static heat radiation physiotherapy apparatus of any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein the control method comprises:
acquiring instructions sent by a man-machine interface module and external remote control equipment, wherein the instructions comprise a power-on/off instruction, a timing instruction and a treatment intensity instruction;
controlling the working state of the thermal radiation physiotherapy instrument based on the acquired instruction;
automatically stopping the physical therapy process after the preset treatment time is reached based on the timing information in the microprocessor;
controlling the working state of the physiotherapy instrument based on the instruction comprises the following steps:
when the instruction is a starting instruction, controlling a driving circuit of a static heat radiating body in the physiotherapy instrument to be conducted for continuously carrying out heat radiation, and controlling a dynamic heat radiating body to discontinuously carry out heat radiation according to the set intensity;
when the instruction is a shutdown instruction, controlling a static heat radiation body driving circuit and a dynamic heat radiation body driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument to be simultaneously cut off, stopping the heat radiation of the physiotherapy instrument, and clearing set treatment time and treatment intensity information;
When the instruction is a pause instruction, controlling a static thermal radiator driving circuit and a dynamic thermal radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument to be simultaneously cut off, stopping thermal radiation of the physiotherapy instrument, and keeping set treatment time and treatment intensity information;
when the received command is a restart command in the pause state, controlling a static heat radiator driving circuit in the physiotherapy instrument to be conducted for continuous heat radiation, and controlling a dynamic heat radiator to perform heat radiation discontinuously according to the set intensity before the pause state;
when the instruction is a timing instruction, controlling an internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument to record treatment time information, returning timing information to the human-computer interface module, and displaying on a display device;
and when the instruction is a treatment intensity adjusting instruction, controlling an internal memory of the physiotherapy instrument to record treatment intensity information, controlling the duty ratio of a dynamic radiator conduction control signal to adjust the conduction time of the dynamic radiator in a fixed period, returning treatment intensity information to the man-machine interface module, and displaying the treatment intensity information on the display device.
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