CN110860490A - Full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine - Google Patents

Full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine Download PDF

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CN110860490A
CN110860490A CN201911311463.9A CN201911311463A CN110860490A CN 110860490 A CN110860490 A CN 110860490A CN 201911311463 A CN201911311463 A CN 201911311463A CN 110860490 A CN110860490 A CN 110860490A
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Abstract

The invention belongs to the technical field of electrolytic capacitor production equipment, and particularly relates to a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine which comprises a capacitor clamp, wherein a measuring circuit for measuring a capacitor is arranged in the capacitor clamp; the device comprises a computer, an infrared signal transmitting and power supplying electric brush, an infrared signal transmitting circuit board and an infrared signal receiving circuit board; the infrared signal transmitting circuit board is mounted on the capacitor clamp and electrically connected with the measuring circuit, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush and the infrared signal receiving circuit board are both mounted in the aging oven, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush is used for supplying power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the infrared signal receiving circuit board is used for receiving data of the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the infrared signal receiving circuit board is electrically connected with a computer, and the computer can accurately judge slight abnormal changes of the capacitor in the aging process by analyzing a large amount of real-time detection data.

Description

Full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine
Technical Field
The invention belongs to the technical field of electrolytic capacitor production equipment, and particularly relates to a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine.
Background
Aging of the aluminum electrolytic capacitor is also called aging, and the aging aims to charge and repair an oxide film so as to stabilize the electrical property of the capacitor. Because the oxide film on the foil is damaged in the manufacturing process of the anode foil of the capacitor, such as slitting, riveting, winding and the like, the damaged oxide film is repaired by charging and aging.
Current burn-in machines include automatic burn-in machines and static burn-in machines. At present, an automatic aging machine at home and abroad is only used for charging and aging a capacitor in an oven, the numerical value change of voltage and current on the capacitor in the aging process is not monitored, after the aging is completed, the capacitor is moved out of the oven to carry out data detection after the aging, whether the capacitor is qualified is judged according to the detection data, the capacitor is not subjected to data detection in the long-time charging and aging process of the oven, and the data detection is only carried out after the charging and aging are completed, so that the defects of flashover and breakdown of internal flaws of the capacitor in the aging process, overcharge and implosion, insufficient aging and the like cannot be completely judged, the data tracing of the aging process of a product cannot be carried out in the aging process monitoring process of the capacitor, so that the research and the improvement of the aging process of the capacitor are lack of data. The static aging machine is provided with manual row clips, the inserted row clips are manually placed in an oven, voltage and current needed by manual aging are adjusted, aging time needed by manual aging is estimated, and the like, so that the efficiency is low, the aging effect is poor, and many artificial adverse factors exist.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine, and aims to solve the problem that in the prior art, the internal flaws of a capacitor and no aging process monitoring data cannot be completely judged in the ox horn capacitor aging process.
In order to achieve the purpose, the embodiment of the invention provides a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine which comprises a rack, a transmission device, a feeding device, a monitoring device, an aging oven, a detection device, a discharging screening device, a computer and a plurality of capacitor clamps; the transmission device is arranged on the rack and used for conveying each capacitor clamp, the detection device and the blanking screening device are both arranged on the rack, and the detection device and the blanking screening device are both arranged on the side of the transmission device; the aging oven is arranged on the side of the rack and is used for aging the capacitors on the capacitor clamps; each capacitance clamp is internally provided with a measuring circuit for measuring capacitance; the feeding device is arranged on one side of the rack and used for conveying the capacitor to a capacitor clamp on the transmission device; the monitoring device comprises an infrared signal transmitting and power supplying electric brush, an infrared signal receiving circuit board and a plurality of infrared signal transmitting circuit boards; the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards are respectively installed on the capacitor clamps and electrically connected with the measuring circuit, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush and the infrared signal receiving circuit board are installed in the aging oven, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush is used for supplying power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the infrared signal receiving circuit board is used for receiving data of the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the computer is installed on the rack, and the computer is connected with the infrared signal receiving circuit board and electrically connected with the computer.
Optionally, the feeding device comprises a feeding rack, a transfer support, a transfer component, a transfer lifting platform, a feeding transfer mechanism, a positive and negative electrode identification mechanism and a feeding identification code marking and removing mechanism, the feeding frame is arranged on one side of the rack back to the aging oven, the transfer support is arranged on the feeding frame, the positive and negative pole identification mechanism and the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism are sequentially arranged on the transfer support, the transfer lifting platform is arranged on the transfer support and is positioned below the positive and negative pole identification mechanisms, the feeding transfer mechanism is arranged on the transfer bracket and is positioned at the side of the positive and negative pole identification mechanism, the transfer component is arranged on the transfer support and positioned above the feeding identification code marking and removing mechanism, and is connected with the feeding transfer mechanism.
Optionally, the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism comprises a code printing position rotating table, a detection code printing transfer table, a code printing/removing transfer table and a positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table which are sequentially arranged on the transfer rack; the laser coding assembly is positioned behind the coding/removing transfer table, the coding defective product box is positioned below the coding/removing transfer table, and the inclined material channel is connected between the coding/removing transfer table and the coding defective product box.
Optionally, move and carry the part including the swing subassembly that can reciprocating motion, be provided with a upset clamping jaw and a plurality of swing clamping jaw on the swing subassembly, the upset clamping jaw is located the transfer elevating platform with beat sign indicating number position revolving stage, each the swing clamping jaw is located respectively beat the top that sign indicating number position revolving stage, detection spout a yard revolving stage, beat sign indicating number/reject revolving stage and positive negative pole restore revolving stage.
Optionally, the detection device comprises a small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly, a feeding clamping assembly, an open-short circuit measuring instrument, an open-short circuit testing brush, an open-short circuit knockout assembly and an open-short circuit defective product box; the feeding small clamp opening and closing assembly is arranged on the side of the transmission device and is used for opening and closing the capacitor clamp so as to facilitate the insertion of a capacitor; the feeding clamping assembly is arranged above the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly and is used for clamping the capacitor onto the capacitor clamp; the short circuit test brush of opening a way with the short circuit of opening a way is beaten the material subassembly and is followed the moving direction of electric capacity anchor clamps set up according to the preface in transmission's side, the short circuit defective products box of opening a way is located one side of the short circuit of opening a way is beaten the material subassembly and is in order to collect the bad product electric capacity of opening a way, short circuit, open a way short circuit measuring instrument install in the frame and with the short circuit test brush electricity of opening a way is connected.
Optionally, the aging oven includes an aging charging power supply and a charging brush, the aging charging power supply is installed on the rack, the charging brush is installed in the aging oven and located on one side of the transmission chain assembly, and the charging brush is electrically connected with the aging charging power supply
Optionally, the aging oven comprises a box body, a feeding manipulator, a discharging manipulator, a transmission chain assembly and a divider assembly, wherein the feeding manipulator and the discharging manipulator are respectively located on two sides of the box body, the feeding manipulator is located on one side of the detection device, the discharging manipulator is located on one side of the blanking screening device, the transmission chain assembly and the divider assembly are both installed in the box body, and the divider assembly is connected with the transmission chain assembly through a connecting chain and used for driving the transmission chain assembly to work.
Optionally, each of the transmission chain assemblies comprises two transmission shafts, two chains connected between the two transmission shafts and a tensioning chain assembly connected with the transmission shafts, the two chains are connected between the two transmission shafts at intervals, the lifting assembly is located between the two chains, and each of the tensioning chain assemblies is connected with one of the transmission shafts and is used for driving the transmission shaft to move horizontally to tension the chains on the two transmission shafts; each tensioning chain assembly is located on the same side of each drive chain assembly.
Optionally, the blanking screening device comprises a measuring instrument component and a screening component, the measuring instrument component and the screening component are both mounted on the rack, and the measuring instrument component is electrically connected with the screening component and used for screening defective capacitors.
Optionally, the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine further comprises a discharging device, wherein the discharging device comprises a discharging rack, a discharging rotary transfer table arranged on the discharging rack, a two-dimensional code checking visual assembly and a discharging screening assembly; the rotary blanking transfer table is located on one side of the blanking screening device and used for clamping the capacitor, the two-dimensional code checking visual assembly is located on one side of the rotary blanking transfer table and used for monitoring the two-dimensional code of the capacitor located on the rotary blanking transfer table, and the discharging screening assembly is located on one side of the rotary blanking transfer table and screens the capacitor.
One or more technical schemes in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention at least have one of the following technical effects:
when the aging oven works, when the capacitor clamp clamps a capacitor to run in the aging oven, the aging oven ages the capacitor on the capacitor clamp, meanwhile, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush is in contact with one side of the capacitor clamp to supply power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit board on the capacitor clamp and the measuring circuit in the capacitor clamp, the infrared signal transmitting circuit board transmits the capacitor data measured by the measuring system of the capacitor clamp to the infrared signal receiving circuit board, the infrared signal receiving circuit board transmits the received capacitor data to a computer, and the computer can accurately judge slight abnormal change of the capacitor in the aging process by analyzing a large amount of real-time detection data, such as flashover breakdown, overcharge implosion, insufficient aging and the like. And the data is uploaded to a database and a network system, and the related data of the capacitor production process can be traced through network query.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention, the drawings needed to be used in the embodiments or the prior art descriptions will be briefly described below, and it is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious for those skilled in the art to obtain other drawings based on these drawings without inventive exercise.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by an embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 2 is a simplified structural schematic diagram of the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided in fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is another schematic structural diagram of the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of a feeding device in a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 5 is a front view of a feeding device in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided in fig. 4.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a detection device in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 7 is a schematic view of an internal structure of an aging oven in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine according to the embodiment of the invention.
FIG. 8 is a schematic structural diagram of an aging oven of the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention, with the oven body omitted
Fig. 9 is a schematic structural diagram of a capacitor clamp in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine according to the embodiment of the invention when the capacitor clamp passes through an aging oven.
Fig. 10 is a schematic structural diagram of a blanking screening device in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 11 is a schematic structural view of a discharging device in a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by an embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 12 is a top view of the discharging device in the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided in fig. 11.
Wherein, in the figures, the respective reference numerals:
100-frame 200-transmission device
300-loading device 310-transfer part
311-transfer lifting platform 312-swinging assembly
313-overturning clamping jaw 314-swinging clamping jaw
320-positive and negative pole identification mechanism 330-feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism
331-code printing position rotating platform 332-detection code printing transfer platform
333-coding/removing transfer table 334-positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table
335-laser coding assembly 336-coding defective product box
337-inclined material channel 338-feeding clamp position
340-feeding conveyer belt 350-inclined guiding conveyer belt
360-vertical guide conveyer belt 370-plastic plate chain conveyer belt
400-monitoring device 420-infrared signal transmission power supply electric brush
430-infrared signal transmitting circuit board 440-infrared signal receiving circuit board
500-aging oven 510-transmission chain assembly
510 a-first drive chain assembly 510 b-second drive chain assembly
510 c-third drive chain assembly 511-drive shaft
512-chain 513-tensioning chain assembly
514-support 520-divider assembly
521-tension sprocket 522-connecting chain
540-aging charging power supply 550-charging brush
600-detection device 610-small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly
620-feeding clamping component 630-open circuit short circuit measuring instrument
640-open circuit short circuit test brush 650-open circuit short circuit knockout subassembly
660-open circuit short circuit defective product box 670-feeding manipulator
700-blanking screening device 710-discharging manipulator
720-measuring instrument component 730-screening component
731 unaged test brush 732 bump detection assembly
733-unaged implosion knockout component 734-surge test brush
735 surge material beating component 736 leakage current testing brush
737-unaged implosion defective product box 738-surge defective product box
740-opening and closing assembly of small blanking clamp 750-clamping assembly of blanking clamp
800-industrial control detection screen 900-discharging component
910-discharging frame 920-discharging rotary transfer table
930-two-dimensional code checking visual component 940-overturning lifting component
950-defective product conveyer belt 960-defective product pushing assembly
970-defective product box component 980-non-defective product/superior product transverse clamping component
990-good product/good product conveying belt 991-good product box
992-superior product box 993-non-defective products pushing assembly
994-high-quality product pushing assembly
530a, 530b, 530c, 530d, 530e, 530f — a clamp lifting assembly.
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Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like or similar reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the drawings are exemplary and intended to be illustrative of the embodiments of the present invention, and should not be construed as limiting the invention.
In the description of the embodiments of the present invention, it should be understood that the terms "length", "width", "up", "down", "front", "back", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", etc. indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience in describing the embodiments of the present invention and simplifying the description, but do not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include one or more of that feature. In the description of the embodiments of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless specifically limited otherwise.
In the embodiments of the present invention, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," "fixed," and the like are to be construed broadly, e.g., as being fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrated; can be mechanically or electrically connected; either directly or indirectly through intervening media, either internally or in any other relationship. Specific meanings of the above terms in the embodiments of the present invention can be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art according to specific situations.
The embodiment of the invention provides a full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine which is used for aging a capacitor, wherein the capacitor is an ox horn capacitor, a capacitor clamp is used for clamping the capacitor, and a measuring circuit is arranged in the capacitor clamp.
As shown in fig. 1 to 12, the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine includes a rack 100, a transmission device 200, a feeding device 300, a monitoring device 400, a computer (not labeled in the figures), an aging oven 500, a detection device 600, a blanking screening device 700, an industrial control detection screen 800 and a plurality of capacitor clamps.
The transmission device 200 is mounted on the rack and used for conveying each capacitor clamp, the detection device 600 and the blanking screening device 700 are both mounted on the rack 100, and the detection device 600 and the blanking screening device 600 are both located on the side of the transmission device; the burn-in oven 500 is installed at a side of the rack 100 and is used to burn in the capacitors of the capacitor clamps.
Each capacitance clamp is provided with a measuring circuit for measuring capacitance.
The feeding device 300 is installed at one side of the rack 100 and is used for conveying the capacitor to a capacitor clamp on the transmission device 200.
Further, the transmission device 200 includes a transmission member and a driving source for driving the transmission member, and the detection device 600 is used for detecting an open circuit and a short circuit of the capacitor; the blanking screening device 700 is used for detecting data of unaged capacitors, surging capacitors and leakage currents after passing through the aging oven 500 and screening the capacitors. It should be noted that, the transmission member used in the transmission device 200 may adopt a chain or a belt; and selecting according to the production requirement of the equipment.
The industrial control detection screen 800 is used for controlling the electric components of the feeding device 300, the detection device 600, the aging oven 500, the monitoring device 400 and the blanking screening device 700 to work;
specifically, the detection device 600 and the blanking screening device 700 are distributed on one side of the transmission device 200 in a line shape; when the capacitor is aged by the aging oven 500, the monitoring device 400 monitors the capacitor data in real time, records the change of the capacitor capacitance and the voltage, transmits the data to the computer, and the computer can accurately judge the slight abnormal change of the capacitor in the aging process after analyzing a large amount of data.
As shown in fig. 1 and fig. 4 to 5, the feeding device 300 includes a feeding rack (not shown), a transferring support (not shown), a transferring member 310, a transferring lifting platform 311, a feeding transferring mechanism (not shown), a positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320, and a feeding identification code marking and removing mechanism 330. The feeding rack is mounted on one side of the rack 100, which faces away from the aging oven 500, the transferring support is mounted on the feeding rack, the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320 and the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism 330 are sequentially mounted on the transferring support, the transferring lifting platform 311 is mounted on the transferring support and located below the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320, the feeding transferring mechanism is mounted on the transferring support and located at the side of the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320, and the transferring component 310 is mounted on the transferring support and located above the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism 330; the transferring component 310 is connected to the feeding transferring mechanism, specifically, the feeding transferring mechanism clamps the capacitor onto the transferring lifting table 311, the transferring lifting table 311 is lifted to a position below the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320, the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism 320 detects the position of the positive and negative electrodes and the position of the sleeve of the capacitor located below the positive and negative electrode identification mechanism, then the transferring component 310 clamps the identified capacitor onto the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism, and the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism performs identification code printing and removing on the capacitor.
As shown in fig. 4 to 5, the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism 330 includes a code printing position rotating table 331, a detection code printing transfer table 332, a code printing/removing transfer table 333, and a positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table 334 sequentially disposed on the transfer rack; the laser coding component 335 is positioned behind the coding/removing transfer table 333, the coding defective product box 336 is positioned below the coding/removing transfer table 333, and the inclined material channel 337 is connected between the coding/removing transfer table 333 and the coding defective product box 336.
As shown in fig. 5, the transfer component 310 includes a swing component 312 capable of reciprocating, the swing component is provided with a turning clamping jaw 313 and a plurality of swing clamping jaws 314, the turning clamping jaw 313 is located on the transfer lifting platform 311 and the coding position rotating platform 331, and each swing clamping jaw 314 is respectively located above the coding position rotating platform 331, the code-spraying detection rotating platform 332, the code-spraying/removing rotating platform 333 and the positive and negative electrode restoring rotating platform 334.
As shown in fig. 4 to 5, the feeding device 300 further includes a feeding clamp taking position 338 disposed on one side of the positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table 334, where the feeding clamp taking position 338 is configured to clamp the coded capacitors after the positive and negative electrodes are identified, and wait for the feeding clamp taking.
As shown in fig. 4, the feeding device 300 further includes a feeding conveyer belt 340, an inclined guiding conveyer belt 350, a vertical guiding conveyer belt 360 and a plastic plate link conveyer belt 370, the feeding conveyer belt 340 is located at one side of the swinging assembly 312, the plastic plate link conveyer belt 370 is located at one side of the feeding conveyer belt 340 and is used for conveying the capacitors forward, and both the inclined guiding conveyer belt 350 and the vertical guiding conveyer belt 360 are located on the plastic plate link conveyer belt 370 and are used for sequentially guiding the capacitors into the feeding conveyer belt 340. Specifically, the capacitors are orderly arranged by the inclined guide conveyor belt 350 and the vertical guide conveyor belt 360, the plastic plate link conveyor belt 370 conveys the arranged capacitors to the feeding conveyor belt 340, and pushes the capacitors on the feeding conveyor belt 340 to move forward, so that the capacitors are orderly conveyed, and the capacitors can be conveniently clamped and taken subsequently.
The specific working process of the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention is as follows: the feeding conveyer belt 340, the inclined guide conveyer belt 350, the vertical guide conveyer belt 360 and the plastic plate chain conveyer belt 370 convey the capacitors orderly, the transfer component 310 drives the feeding transfer mechanism to swing leftwards to clamp the capacitors at the tail end of the feeding conveyer belt 340, the transfer component 310 drives the feeding transfer mechanism to swing rightwards to transfer the capacitors to the position right above the transfer lifting platform 311, the transfer lifting platform 311 moves upwards to receive the capacitors and suck the bottoms of the capacitors, the transfer lifting platform 311 continues to rise to the position right below the positive and negative pole identification mechanism 320, the positive and negative pole identification mechanism 320 identifies the positive and negative poles of the capacitors, after detection is finished, the swing component 312 drives the turning clamping jaw 313 to turn leftwards to the upper part of the lifting transfer platform and clamp the capacitors, the turning clamping jaw 313 rotates rightwards to place the positive and negative poles of the capacitors downwards onto the code printing position rotating platform 331, and the capacitors are sequentially clamped to the code printing position rotating platform 332 by the swing clamping jaws 314 from the, A coding/removing transfer table 333, a positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table 334 and a feeding clamp pick-up position 338; the rotary table 331 for the coding position rotates the capacitor to an angle required to code; the code printing transfer table 332 is used for detecting the definition of code printing on the capacitor and feeding the result back to the code printing/removing transfer table 333, the code printing/removing transfer table 333 omits the working step of the coded and clear capacitor, when the coded but unclear capacitor moves to the code printing/removing transfer table 333, the code printing/removing transfer table 333 retracts in advance, so that the coded but unclear capacitor directly drops into the code printing defective product box 336 along the inclined material channel 337, the capacitor which is not coded is clamped, the laser code printing assembly 335 prints the code on the code printing/removing transfer table 333, the positive and negative electrode reducing transfer table 334 rotates the capacitor, and the capacitor is reduced to the specified positive and negative electrode angle positions of the capacitor from the code printing angle.
As shown in fig. 6, the detecting device 600 includes a small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly 610, a feeding clamping assembly 620, an open-short measuring instrument 630, an open-short testing brush 640, an open-short circuit material beating assembly 650, and an open-short defective product box 660; the feeding small clamp opening and closing component 610 is arranged at the side of the transmission device 200 and is used for opening and closing the capacitor clamp so as to insert a capacitor; the feeding clamping assembly 620 is installed above the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly 610, and the feeding clamping assembly 620 is located at one side of the feeding clamping position 338; open circuit short circuit test brush 640 with open circuit short circuit subassembly 650 is beaten along the moving direction of capacitance fixture according to the preface set up in transmission 200's side, open circuit, short circuit defective products box 660 is located one side of the subassembly 650 is beaten to open circuit short circuit is in order to collect open circuit, short circuit defective products electric capacity, open circuit short circuit measuring instrument 630 install in on the frame 100 and with open circuit short circuit test brush 640 electricity is connected.
The specific working process of the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention is as follows: the capacitor clamp is driven to move to the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly 610 through the transmission device 200, the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly 610 opens the small clamp on the capacitor clamp, the small feeding clamping assembly 620 takes out the capacitor positioned at the feeding clamping position 338 and inserts the capacitor into the small clamp of the capacitor clamp, the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly 610 closes the small clamp on the capacitor clamp to clamp the capacitor, the transmission device 200 drives the capacitor clamp to continue moving, the open-circuit short-circuit measuring instrument 630 tests the open-circuit short-circuit electrical performance of the capacitor positioned on the capacitor clamp after contacting with the capacitor clamp through the open-circuit short-circuit testing electric brush 640 and feeds a detection signal back to the open-circuit short-circuit knockout assembly 650, when the transmission device 200 drives the capacitor clamp to move to the open-circuit short-circuit knockout assembly 650, the open-circuit short-circuit knockout assembly 650 punches the capacitor with the capacitor clamp into the open-circuit short-circuit defective product box 660, the transmission device 200 continues to drive the capacitor clamp to move to the leftmost end and enter the aging oven 500, and open-circuit and short-circuit capacitors can be removed through the operation, so that the purpose of improving the aging yield of the capacitors is achieved; the capacitance process of rejecting open-circuit short circuits simultaneously realizes automation, labor cost can be saved, production efficiency can be improved, and practicability is high.
As shown in fig. 2 to 3 and 7 to 8, the burn-in oven 500 includes a box (not labeled), a feeding manipulator 670, a discharging manipulator 710, a transmission chain assembly 510, and a divider assembly 520, where the feeding manipulator 670 and the discharging manipulator 710 are respectively located at two sides of the box, the feeding manipulator 670 is located at one side of the detection device 600, the discharging manipulator 710 is located at one side of the blanking screening device 700, the transmission chain assembly 510 and the divider assembly 520 are both mounted in the box, and the divider assembly 520 is connected to the transmission chain assembly 510 through a connecting chain 522 and is used for driving the transmission chain assembly 510 to operate. Specifically, the feeding manipulator 670 places the capacitor clamp on one end of the transmission chain assembly 510, the divider assembly 520 drives the transmission chain assembly 510 so that the capacitor clamp passes through the aging oven 500, and the capacitor clamp is aged in the process of passing through the aging oven 500;
further, the transmission chain assembly 510 includes a first transmission chain assembly 510a, a second transmission chain assembly 510b and a third transmission chain assembly 510c which are arranged from bottom to top at regular intervals; the lengths of the first transmission chain assembly 510a, the second transmission chain assembly 510b and the third transmission chain assembly 510c decrease sequentially from bottom to top;
wherein, the left end of the first transmission chain assembly 510a is provided with a clamp lifting assembly 530a, and the right end is provided with a clamp lifting assembly 530 b; the right end of the second transmission chain assembly 510b is provided with a clamp lifting assembly 530c, and the left end is provided with a clamp lifting assembly 530 d; the left end of the third transmission chain assembly 510c is provided with a fixture lifting assembly 530e, and the right end is provided with a fixture lifting assembly 530 f.
The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention has the following specific working process: the feeding robot 710 picks up the capacitor clamp onto the clamp lifting assembly 530a, the clamp lifting assembly 530a descends to place the capacitor clamp on the first transmission chain assembly 510a, the divider assembly 520 drives the first transmission chain assembly 510a to move, so that the capacitor clamp moves to the right along the first transmission chain assembly 510a, when the capacitor clamp moves to the right of the first transmission chain assembly 510a, the clamp lifting assembly 530b moves upward to jack up the capacitor clamp, meanwhile, the discharging robot 710 picks up the capacitor clamp located on the clamp lifting assembly 530b and places the capacitor clamp on the clamp lifting assembly 530c, the clamp lifting assembly 530c descends to place the capacitor clamp on the right of the second transmission chain assembly 510b, the divider assembly 520 drives the second transmission chain assembly 510b to move, so that the capacitor clamp moves from the right to the left along the second transmission chain assembly 510b, when the capacitor clamp moves to the left end of the second transmission chain assembly 510b, the clamp lifting assembly 530d moves upward and jacks up the capacitor clamp, the feeding robot 670 clamps and places the capacitor clamp positioned on the clamp lifting assembly 530d on the clamp lifting assembly 530e, the divider assembly 520 drives the third transmission chain assembly 510c to move, so that the capacitor clamp moves from left to right along the third transmission chain assembly 510c, when the capacitor clamp moves to the right end of the third transmission chain assembly 510c, the clamp lifting assembly 530f moves upward and jacks up the capacitor clamp, and the discharging robot 710 clamps the capacitor clamp positioned on the clamp lifting assembly 530f out of the aging oven 500. Through the above steps, the capacitor clamp moves in a circuitous manner in the aging oven 500 along the chain assembly 510, and under the same horizontal occupied space, the structure prolongs the aging time of the capacitor clamp so as to ensure that each capacitor is aged sufficiently, and the structure can also reduce the occupied space of equipment, thereby reducing the cost for aging the capacitor, and has strong practicability.
Further, according to specific requirements, more transmission chain assemblies 510 may be disposed in the aging oven 500, so as to meet aging time requirements of different capacitors. It should be noted that the number of layers of the transmission chain assemblies 510 is singular to ensure that the capacitor clamp enters from one end of the aging oven 500 and exits from the other end of the aging oven 500 after performing circuitous motion in the aging oven 500, and the length of each transmission chain assembly 510 decreases progressively from bottom to top, so that the feeding manipulator 670 and the discharging manipulator 710 can move more conveniently when clamping the capacitor clamp, and the efficiency of the clamp is improved.
As shown in fig. 7 and 8, each of the driving chain assemblies 510 includes two driving shafts 511, two chains 512 connected between the two driving shafts 511, and a tensioning chain assembly 513 connected to the driving shafts 511, wherein the two chains 512 are connected between the two driving shafts 511 at intervals, the lifting assembly is located between the two chains, and each of the tensioning chain assemblies 513 is connected to one of the driving shafts 511 and is configured to drive the driving shaft to move horizontally to tension the chain 512 on the two driving shafts 511; each of the tension chain assemblies 513 is located on the same side of each of the drive chain assemblies 510.
As shown in fig. 7 and 8, the divider assembly 520 further includes a tension sprocket 521, the divider assembly 520 is connected with the other transmission shaft 511 by a connecting chain 522, and the tension sprocket 521 is located at one side of each connecting chain 522 and is used for tensioning each connecting chain 522. Specifically, the tension degree of the connecting chain 522 is adjusted by the tension chain wheel 521, so that when the divider assembly 520 drives each transmission shaft 511, the separation condition does not occur, and the running stability of the device is ensured.
Further, as shown in fig. 7 and 8, the transmission chain assembly 510 further includes a plurality of support frames 514, and each support frame 514 is disposed at the lower end of the chain 512 above the support frame at regular intervals. Specifically, each chain 512 will bear the weight of each capacitor clamp when transferring the capacitor clamp, because each chain all has the mutual pin joint of polylith link block to constitute, when the capacitor clamp was on chain 512, the crooked condition will appear in chain 512, because even interval is provided with a plurality of support frames 514, play the effect of supporting to each chain 512, when transferring the capacitor clamp, alleviate the bending deformation degree of each chain 512 for the smoothness nature of each chain 512 motion.
As shown in fig. 9, the burn-in oven 500 includes a burn-in charging power supply 540 and a charging brush 550, the burn-in charging power supply 540 is mounted on the rack 100, the charging brush 550 is mounted in the burn-in oven 500 and located at one side of the transmission chain assembly 510, and the charging brush 550 is electrically connected with the burn-in charging power supply 540; specifically, when each capacitor clamp passes through the charging brush 550, the aging charging power supply 540 ages and energizes the capacitor on the capacitor clamp to repair the oxide films of the positive and negative electrodes of the capacitor, so that the electrical performance of the capacitor is stabilized.
As shown in fig. 9, the monitoring device 400 includes an infrared signal receiving circuit board 440, an infrared signal transmitting power supplying brush 420, and a plurality of infrared signal transmitting circuit boards 430; the computer is installed on the rack 100, the infrared signal receiving circuit board 440 and the infrared signal transmitting and supplying electric brush 420 are both installed in the aging oven 500, and the infrared signal receiving circuit board 440 is electrically connected with the computer; the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards 430 are respectively installed on the capacitor clamps, the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards 430 are electrically connected with the measuring circuits on the capacitor clamps, specifically, when the capacitor clamps age through the aging oven 500, the infrared signal transmitting power supply brushes 420 are in contact with the right sides of the capacitor clamps to supply power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards 430 on the capacitor clamps and the measuring circuits on the capacitor clamps, the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards 430 transmit capacitance data measured by the measuring circuits to the infrared signal receiving circuit boards 440, the infrared signal receiving circuit boards 440 transmit the received capacitance data to a computer, and the computer can accurately judge slight abnormal changes of the capacitors in the aging process through analysis of a large amount of real-time detection data, such as flashover breakdown, overcharge and implosion, insufficient aging and the like. And the data is uploaded to a database and a network system, and the related data of the capacitor production process can be traced through network query.
Further, when the capacitor clamp is in contact with the infrared signal transmission power supply brush 420, the measurement circuit is powered on, and data detection is performed on each capacitor on the capacitor clamp every 12 microseconds.
The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention has the following specific working process: when a capacitor clamp clamps a capacitor to run in the aging oven 500, the charging brush 550 is in contact with the left side of the capacitor clamp to charge and age the capacitor on the capacitor clamp, the infrared signal transmitting and power supplying brush 420 is in contact with the right side of the capacitor clamp to supply power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit board 430 on the capacitor clamp and a measuring circuit in the capacitor clamp, the infrared signal transmitting circuit board 430 transmits capacitance data measured by a measuring system of the capacitor clamp to the infrared signal receiving circuit board 440, the infrared signal receiving circuit board 440 transmits the received capacitance data to a computer, and the computer can accurately judge slight abnormal changes of the capacitor in the aging process through analysis of a large amount of real-time detection data, such as flashover breakdown, overcharge and implosion, aging failure and the like. And the data is uploaded to a database and a network system, and the related data of the capacitor production process can be traced through network query.
Further, the operating temperature of the aging oven 500 is 85 ℃ to 105 ℃.
As shown in fig. 1 and 10, the blanking screening apparatus 700 includes a measuring instrument part 720 and a screening part 730, the measuring instrument part 720 and the screening part 730 are both mounted on the rack 100, and the measuring instrument part 720 is electrically connected with the screening part 730 and used for screening defective capacitors. Specifically, ejection of compact manipulator 710 takes off the electric capacity anchor clamps from ageing oven 500 and puts on screening component 730, and screening component 730 detects electric capacity and rejects defective products electric capacity to reject the defective products electric capacity after ageing, improved the yields of electric capacity greatly, and reject the defective products electric capacity process and be full-automatic, saved the cost of labor, the practicality is strong.
As shown in fig. 10, the screening component 730 includes an unaged test brush 731, a convex explosion detection assembly 732, an unaged implosion blasting assembly 733, a surge test brush 734, a surge blasting assembly 735, and a leakage current test brush 736, which are sequentially arranged along the moving direction of the capacitance fixture; the screening part 730 further comprises an unaged implosion defective product box 737 arranged on one side of the unaged implosion knockout assembly 733, and a surge defective product box 738 arranged on one side of the surge knockout assembly 735; the gauge components 720 include an unaged gauge, a surge gauge, a leakage current gauge, and a capacity, loss angle, impedance gauge. The non-aged test brush 731 is electrically connected to the non-aged meter, the surge test brush 734 is electrically connected to the surge meter, and the leakage current test brush 736 is electrically connected to the leakage current meter.
Further, both the surge test brush 734 and the leakage current test brush 736 are provided with two, that is, the surge measurement meter and the leakage current measurement meter are also provided with two.
As shown in fig. 10, the blanking screening apparatus 700 further includes a blanking small clamp opening and closing assembly 740 and a blanking clamping assembly 750 disposed on one side of the leakage current testing brush 736, and the structures of the blanking small clamp opening and closing assembly 740 and the blanking clamping assembly 750 are opposite to the functions of the feeding small clamp opening and closing assembly 610 and the feeding clamping assembly 620, so as to remove the capacitor, which is not described herein again.
The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention has the following specific working process: the discharging manipulator 710 clamps and takes out the capacitor clamp at the output end of the aging oven 500, and then the capacitor clamp is placed on the screening part 730, the transmission device 200 drives the capacitor clamp to move, and when the capacitor clamp moves to the unaged testing electric brush 731 leftwards, the unaged testing electric performance of the capacitor on the capacitor clamp is tested by the unaged testing electric brush 731. When the capacitive chuck is moved to the left to the pop detection assembly 732, the pop detection assembly 732 detects whether the top of the capacitor on the capacitive chuck is protruding. When the capacitor clamp moves leftward to the unaged implosion knockout assembly 733, the unaged implosion knockout assembly 733 punches the defective capacitor, which has been detected to be unaged and implosion, from the capacitor clamp into the unaged implosion defective product box 737.
When the capacitance clamp moves to the left to surge test brush 734, the surge measurement meter performs a surge electrical performance test on the capacitance clamp. When the capacitor clamp moves to the left to the surge material beating assembly 735, the capacitor with the detected surge failure is beaten into the surge failure box 738 from the capacitor clamp by the surge material beating assembly 735. The capacitance clamp continues to move to the left, and the leakage current measuring instrument performs leakage current electrical performance testing on the capacitance clamp through the leakage current testing electric brush 736 during movement. When the capacitor clamp moves to the small blanking clamp opening and closing assembly 740 to the left, the small blanking clamp opening and closing assembly 740 opens the small clamp on the capacitor clamp, and the blanking clamping assembly 750 takes out the measured capacitor of the small clamp on the capacitor clamp.
As shown in fig. 1 and fig. 11 to 12, the full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine further includes a discharging device 900, and the discharging device 900 is located at one side of the rack 100.
As shown in fig. 11 to 12, the discharging device 900 includes a discharging frame 910, a discharging rotary transferring table 920 disposed on the discharging frame 910, wherein the discharging rotary transferring table 920 is located at one side of the discharging clamping assembly 750 and is used for clamping the capacitor taken out by the discharging clamping assembly 750, and the discharging rotary transferring table 920 is electrically connected to the capacitance, loss angle, and impedance measuring instrument and is used for measuring capacitance, loss angle, and impedance electrical performance of the capacitor;
as shown in fig. 11 to 12, the discharging device 900 further includes a two-dimensional code checking visual component 930, where the two-dimensional code checking visual component 930 is mounted on the discharging rack 910 and located at one side of the blanking rotating transfer table 920 and is used for monitoring a two-dimensional code located on a capacitor on the blanking rotating transfer table 920. Specifically, rotatory revolving stage 920 of unloading rotates electric capacity and makes the two-dimensional code on the electric capacity aim at the two-dimensional code and check visual component 930, and the two-dimensional code on visual component 930 discernment electric capacity is checked and the signal feedback is made a yard system to check whether unanimous, further improve the discernment accuracy nature of each electric capacity, conveniently trace back each electric capacity.
As shown in fig. 11 to 12, the discharging device 900 further includes an overturning lifting assembly 940, a defective product conveyer belt 950, a defective product pushing assembly 960, a defective product box assembly 970, a good product/good product transverse clamping assembly 980, a good product/good product conveyer belt 990, a good product pushing assembly 993, a good product pushing assembly 994, a good product box 991, and a good product box 992, all of which are mounted on the discharging rack 910; the overturning lifting assembly 940 is positioned at one side of the blanking rotary transfer table 920 and used for clamping and overturning the capacitor positioned on the blanking rotary transfer table 920; one end of the defective product conveyor belt 950 is located at the side of the turnover lifting assembly 940, the defective product box assembly 970 is arranged at one side of the defective product conveyor belt 950 and is used for loading a defective product capacitor, and the defective product pushing assembly 960 is located at the other side of the defective product conveyor belt 950 and is used for dropping the capacitor located on the defective product conveyor belt 950 into the defective product box assembly 970; the good/good product transverse clamping assembly 980 is located at the side of the turning and lifting assembly 940 and is used for clamping the good/good product capacitors located on the turning and lifting assembly 940 onto the good/good product conveyor belt 990.
As shown in fig. 11 to 12, the good product pushing assembly 993 and the good product pushing assembly 994 are both located on one side of the good product/good product conveying belt 990, and the good product box 991 and the good product box 992 are respectively and concurrently located on the other side of the good product/good product conveying belt 990 and are arranged in a one-to-one matching manner with the good product pushing assembly 993 and the good product pushing assembly 994.
The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine provided by the embodiment of the invention has the following specific working process: the blanking rotary transfer table 920 clamps the capacitor inserted by the blanking clamping component 750, rotates the two-dimensional code of the capacitor to the direction opposite to the two-dimensional code checking visual component 930, and simultaneously detects the capacity, the loss angle and the electrical resistance performance of the capacitor by the capacity, loss angle and impedance measuring instrument, and the two-dimensional code checking visual component 930 detects whether the two-dimensional code of the capacitor on the blanking rotary transfer table 920 is consistent with the two-dimensional code corresponding to the system. The turnover lifting component 940 clamps the capacitors on the rotary discharging transfer table 920, turns and retracts to enable the positive and negative electrodes of the capacitors to face upwards, then places the defective capacitors on the defective product conveying belt 950, and places the good products and the good product capacitors on the good product/good product transverse clamping component 980. If the capacitor is a defective capacitor, the defective capacitor is conveyed backwards by the defective product conveying belt 950, the defective product pushing assembly 960 pushes the capacitor of the defective product into the defective product box assembly 970, if the capacitor is a good product or a good product, the good product/good product transverse clamping assembly 980 catches the good product or good product capacitor overturned by the overturning lifting assembly 940 and puts the good product/good product conveying belt 990, the good product/good product conveying belt 990 conveys the qualified capacitor to the right, and according to the excellent difference of electrical performance, the capacitor is sent to the inlet of the good product box 991 or the good product box 992, the good product pushing assembly 993 pushes the good product capacitor into the good product box 991, and the good product pushing assembly 994 pushes the good product capacitor into the good product box 992.
Further, as shown in fig. 11 to 12, the defective cartridge module 970 is provided with six defective cartridges, specifically, the capacitors are sent to six different defective cartridge inlets according to the defective reasons of different capacitors, and the defective pusher module 960 pushes the capacitors at the six defective cartridge inlets into the defective cartridges. The poor causes of capacitance are high capacitance, low capacitance, loss, leakage, impedance, and reselection, respectively.
The above description is only for the purpose of illustrating the preferred embodiments of the present invention and is not to be construed as limiting the invention, and any modifications, equivalents and improvements made within the spirit and principle of the present invention are intended to be included within the scope of the present invention.

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1. A full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine is characterized by comprising a rack, a transmission device, a feeding device, a monitoring device, an aging oven, a detection device, a discharging screening device, a computer and a plurality of capacitor clamps; the transmission device is arranged on the rack and used for conveying each capacitor clamp, the detection device and the blanking screening device are both arranged on the rack, and the detection device and the blanking screening device are both arranged on the side of the transmission device; the aging oven is arranged on the side of the rack and is used for aging the capacitors on the capacitor clamps; each capacitance clamp is internally provided with a measuring circuit for measuring capacitance; the feeding device is arranged on one side of the rack and used for conveying the capacitor to a capacitor clamp on the transmission device; the monitoring device comprises an infrared signal transmitting and power supplying electric brush, an infrared signal receiving circuit board and a plurality of infrared signal transmitting circuit boards; the infrared signal transmitting circuit boards are respectively installed on the capacitor clamps and electrically connected with the measuring circuit, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush and the infrared signal receiving circuit board are installed in the aging oven, the infrared signal transmitting power supply electric brush is used for supplying power to the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the infrared signal receiving circuit board is used for receiving data of the infrared signal transmitting circuit board, the computer is installed on the rack, and the computer is connected with the infrared signal receiving circuit board and electrically connected with the computer.
2. The fully automatic ox horn capacitance process monitoring aging machine according to claim 1, wherein the feeding device comprises a feeding rack, a transferring component, a transferring lifting platform, a feeding transferring mechanism, a positive and negative identification mechanism and a feeding identification code-printing removing mechanism, the feeding rack is installed on one side of the rack opposite to the aging oven, the transferring rack is installed on the feeding rack, the positive and negative identification mechanism and the feeding identification code-printing removing mechanism are sequentially installed on the transferring rack, the transferring lifting platform is installed on the transferring rack and located below the positive and negative identification mechanism, the feeding transferring mechanism is installed on the transferring rack and located at the side of the positive and negative identification mechanism, the transferring component is installed on the transferring rack and located above the feeding identification code-printing removing mechanism, the transfer member is connected to the feeding transfer mechanism.
3. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine as claimed in claim 2, wherein the feeding identification code printing and removing mechanism comprises a code printing position rotating table, a detection code printing transfer table, a code printing/removing transfer table and a positive and negative electrode reduction transfer table which are sequentially arranged on the transfer rack; the laser coding assembly is positioned behind the coding/removing transfer table, the coding defective product box is positioned below the coding/removing transfer table, and the inclined material channel is connected between the coding/removing transfer table and the coding defective product box.
4. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine as claimed in claim 3, wherein the transfer component comprises a swing assembly capable of reciprocating, the swing assembly is provided with a turning clamping jaw and a plurality of swing clamping jaws, the turning clamping jaw is positioned on the transfer lifting platform and the code printing position rotating platform, and each swing clamping jaw is respectively positioned above the code printing position rotating platform, the code printing detection rotating platform, the code printing/removing rotating platform and the positive and negative electrode reduction rotating platform.
5. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the detection device comprises a small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly, a feeding clamping assembly, an open-short circuit measuring instrument, an open-short circuit testing brush, an open-short circuit knockout assembly and an open-short circuit defective box; the feeding small clamp opening and closing assembly is arranged on the side of the transmission device and is used for opening and closing the capacitor clamp so as to facilitate the insertion of a capacitor; the feeding clamping assembly is arranged above the small feeding clamp opening and closing assembly and is used for clamping the capacitor onto the capacitor clamp; the short circuit test brush of opening a way with the short circuit of opening a way is beaten the material subassembly and is followed the moving direction of electric capacity anchor clamps set up according to the preface in transmission's side, the short circuit defective products box of opening a way is located one side of the short circuit of opening a way is beaten the material subassembly and is in order to collect the bad product electric capacity of opening a way, short circuit, open a way short circuit measuring instrument install in the frame and with the short circuit test brush electricity of opening a way is connected.
6. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the aging oven comprises an aging charging power supply and a charging electric brush, the aging charging power supply is mounted on the rack, the charging electric brush is mounted in the aging oven and located on one side of the transmission chain assembly, and the charging electric brush is electrically connected with the aging charging power supply.
7. The full-automatic ox horn capacitance process monitoring aging machine as claimed in claim 6, wherein the aging oven comprises a box body, a feeding manipulator, a discharging manipulator, a transmission chain assembly and a divider assembly, the feeding manipulator and the discharging manipulator are respectively located at two sides of the box body, the feeding manipulator is located at one side of the detection device, the discharging manipulator is located at one side of the blanking screening device, the transmission chain assembly and the divider assembly are both installed in the box body, and the divider assembly is connected with the transmission chain assembly through a connecting chain and is used for driving the transmission chain assembly to work.
8. The full-automatic ox horn capacitance process monitoring aging machine according to claim 7, wherein each transmission chain assembly comprises two transmission shafts, two chains connected between the two transmission shafts and a tensioning chain assembly connected with the transmission shafts, the two chains are connected between the two transmission shafts at intervals, the lifting assembly is positioned between the two chains, each tensioning chain assembly is connected with one of the transmission shafts and is used for driving the transmission shaft to move horizontally so as to tension the chains on the two transmission shafts; each tensioning chain assembly is located on the same side of each drive chain assembly.
9. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the blanking screening device comprises a measuring instrument part and a screening part, the measuring instrument part and the screening part are both mounted on the rack, and the measuring instrument part is electrically connected with the screening part and used for screening defective capacitors.
10. The full-automatic ox horn capacitor process monitoring aging machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4, further comprising a discharging device, wherein the discharging device comprises a discharging rack, a discharging rotary transfer table installed on the discharging rack, a two-dimensional code checking visual component and a discharging screening component; the rotary blanking transfer table is located on one side of the blanking screening device and used for clamping the capacitor, the two-dimensional code checking visual assembly is located on one side of the rotary blanking transfer table and used for monitoring the two-dimensional code of the capacitor located on the rotary blanking transfer table, and the discharging screening assembly is located on one side of the rotary blanking transfer table and screens the capacitor.
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