CN111439147A - Battery replacement station and control method thereof - Google Patents

Battery replacement station and control method thereof Download PDF

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CN111439147A
CN111439147A CN201811647270.6A CN201811647270A CN111439147A CN 111439147 A CN111439147 A CN 111439147A CN 201811647270 A CN201811647270 A CN 201811647270A CN 111439147 A CN111439147 A CN 111439147A
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张建平
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Abstract

The invention discloses a power exchanging station and a control method thereof. Should trade the power station and include: the battery replacing platform, the charging room, the battery replacing equipment and the double-station stacker are connected with each other; the battery replacing equipment moves between the battery replacing platform and the charging chamber and is used for performing operations of disassembling and assembling batteries on the vehicle on the battery replacing platform; the double-station stacker crane comprises a first pushing mechanism and a second pushing mechanism; the first push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting full-charge battery packs, and the second push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting insufficient-charge battery packs; the first push-out mechanism and the second push-out mechanism are respectively controlled and are used for exchanging batteries with the battery replacement equipment; the battery replacement station further comprises a control unit, and the control unit is electrically connected with the double-station stacker crane and the battery replacement equipment. The control method is applied to the power swapping station. This trade power station has avoided setting up old storehouse through setting up the duplex position hacking machine, has promoted the space utilization of charge room, has avoided the hacking machine to repeatedly put the process of battery at the trade electricity in-process simultaneously, has improved and has traded electric efficiency. The control method cancels the procedure of repeatedly placing the batteries in the battery replacing process of the stacker crane, and improves the battery replacing efficiency.

Description

Battery replacement station and control method thereof
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of application of electric vehicle battery replacing stations, in particular to a battery replacing station and a control method thereof.
Background
At present, the electric vehicle trades the electricity and adopts the battery package on the dismouting vehicle of trading electrical equipment, and the battery package is torn down and need be charged, must solve the battery package and take off from trading electrical equipment, then place in the storehouse of charging, and the time of charging is considered normally to be a plurality ofly in the storehouse of charging (combine battery capacity to consider the time of slowly charging, normally match 28 battery charge levels, can reach the demand that lasts the circulation, improve charge efficiency and can suitably reduce the storehouse position of charging, nevertheless can influence battery package life-span). Therefore, the stacker crane shown in fig. 1 needs to shuttle between the charging bins and exchange the battery pack between the battery replacement equipment and the charging bins. The stacker crane only has one station, and only one battery can be taken out or put in each time.
The current battery replacement process is as follows:
the battery replacing device takes an old battery from the vehicle, transfers the old battery to the stacker crane, the stacker crane puts the old battery into an old bin of the charging room, takes a new battery from a new bin of the charging room, transfers the new battery to the battery replacing device, installs the new battery on the vehicle, and after the stacker crane transfers the new battery to the battery replacing device, the stacker crane takes the old battery out of the old bin again and puts the old battery into the charging bin for charging.
In order to save the running time of the stacker crane in the battery replacement process, an old bin for transferring old batteries is generally required to be arranged in a charging room of the battery replacement station so as to temporarily store the old batteries, and the stacker crane can transfer the old batteries to the charging bin after the battery replacement process is finished.
The old bin is required to be arranged, so that the space of the charging room is greatly wasted, and in the process, the old battery is required to be stored and taken out by the stacker crane, so that a process of repeatedly placing the battery is required when the new battery and the old battery are exchanged, and the battery replacement efficiency is influenced.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to overcome the defects of low space utilization rate of a charging room and low battery replacement efficiency of a battery replacement station in the prior art, and provides the battery replacement station and a control method thereof.
The invention solves the technical problems through the following technical scheme:
a power swapping station, comprising: the battery replacing platform, the charging room, the battery replacing equipment and the double-station stacker are connected with each other;
the battery replacing equipment moves between the battery replacing platform and the charging chamber and is used for performing operations of disassembling and assembling batteries on the vehicle on the battery replacing platform;
the double-station stacker crane comprises a first pushing mechanism and a second pushing mechanism; the first push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting full-charge battery packs, and the second push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting insufficient-charge battery packs; the first push-out mechanism and the second push-out mechanism are respectively controlled and are used for exchanging batteries with the battery replacement equipment;
the battery replacement station further comprises a control unit, and the control unit is electrically connected with the double-station stacker crane and the battery replacement equipment.
Preferably, the charging chamber comprises a new compartment for storing a fully charged new battery and a charging compartment for charging the battery.
Preferably, the power conversion station further comprises a charging container, the charging container is connected with the charging chamber, and a plurality of supplementary charging bins are arranged.
Preferably, the charging chamber comprises a first chamber and a second chamber, and the first chamber and the second chamber are respectively arranged on two sides of the battery replacement platform.
Preferably, the battery replacement platform comprises a first platform and a second platform, and the first platform and the second platform are respectively arranged on two sides of the charging chamber.
Preferably, the double-station stacker further comprises a horizontal travelling mechanism, and the horizontal travelling mechanism is used for jointly driving the first stacking mechanism and the second stacking mechanism to move horizontally.
Preferably, the first and second pushing mechanisms are arranged side by side.
Preferably, the first pushing mechanism and the second pushing mechanism are arranged in parallel.
A control method of a power swapping station is applied to the power swapping station;
the control method comprises the following steps:
s1: after the control unit obtains a vehicle parking in-place signal, a first power changing instruction is sent to power changing equipment, and a second power changing instruction is sent to the double-station stacker crane;
after receiving the second battery replacement command, the double-station stacker crane controls the first push-out mechanism to take out the fully charged battery pack from the charging chamber and move to a battery replacement position of the battery replacement station for standby;
s2: the battery replacement equipment receives a first battery replacement instruction, then takes down an old battery from the vehicle, moves to a battery replacement position of a battery replacement station, and aligns to the second push-out mechanism;
s3: the second push-out mechanism takes down the insufficient battery pack on the battery replacement equipment;
s4: the double-station stacker crane moves horizontally or vertically so that the first push-out mechanism faces the battery replacement equipment;
s5: the first pushing mechanism is used for placing the fully charged battery pack on the battery replacing equipment;
s6: the battery replacement device mounts the full-charge battery pack to the vehicle.
Preferably, the battery replacement method further includes the steps of:
s7: and the double-station stacker moves to place the power-deficient battery pack on the second pushing mechanism into a charging room of the battery replacement station.
The positive progress effects of the invention are as follows: this trade power station has avoided setting up old storehouse through setting up the duplex position hacking machine, has promoted the space utilization of charge room, has avoided the hacking machine to repeatedly put the process of battery at the trade electricity in-process simultaneously, has improved and has traded electric efficiency. The control method cancels the procedure of repeatedly placing the batteries in the battery replacing process of the stacker crane, and improves the battery replacing efficiency.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a stacker crane according to the prior art.
Fig. 2 is a schematic plan structure diagram of a swapping station according to embodiment 1 of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic perspective view of a double-station stacker according to embodiment 1 of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic perspective view of a double-station stacker according to embodiment 2 of the present invention.
Fig. 5 is a flowchart illustrating a control method according to embodiment 3 of the present invention.
Fig. 6 is a schematic plan structure diagram of a swapping station according to embodiment 4 of the present invention.
Fig. 7 is a schematic plan structure diagram of a swapping station according to embodiment 5 of the present invention.
Fig. 8 is a schematic plan structure view of a swapping station according to a modification of the present invention.
Fig. 9 is a schematic plan structure view of a swapping station according to a modification of the present invention.
Fig. 10 is a schematic plan structure view of a swapping station according to a modification of the present invention.
Description of reference numerals:
example 1
Battery replacement station 10
Battery changing platform 11
Charging chamber 12
Battery replacement equipment 13
Monitoring room 14
Charging container 15
Double-station stacker 100
First ejecting mechanism 110
Extension mechanism 111
Lifting tray 112
Second ejector mechanism 120
First bracket 130
Second bracket 140
Pole 150
Pinch roller assembly 131
First lift motor 161
First drive lever 162
First driving sprocket 162
Second elevating motor 171
Second drive rod 172
Example 2
Double-station stacker crane 200
Support frame 210
First push-out mechanism 220
Second ejector mechanism 230
Example 4
First chamber 301
Second chamber 302
Example 5
First platform 401
Second platform 402
Detailed Description
The present invention is further illustrated by way of example and not by way of limitation in the scope of the following examples in connection with the accompanying drawings.
Example 1
Fig. 2 provides a swapping station 10 according to embodiment 1, where the swapping station 10 includes: the system comprises a battery replacing platform 11, a charging room 12, a battery replacing device 13 and a double-station stacker 100 which are connected with each other.
The battery swapping device 13 reciprocates between the swapping platform 11 and the charging chamber 12, and is used for performing operations of detaching and installing the battery on the vehicle on the swapping platform 11.
The double-station stacker crane comprises a first pushing mechanism and a second pushing mechanism; the first pushing mechanism is used for taking and placing full-charge battery packs, and the second pushing mechanism is used for taking and placing insufficient-charge battery packs; the first pushing-out mechanism and the second pushing-out mechanism are separately controlled and are each used for exchanging a battery with the battery replacement device 13.
The power exchanging station 10 further comprises a control unit, the control unit is electrically connected with the double-station stacker crane and the power exchanging device 13, the control unit is arranged in the monitoring room 14, and the control unit can be P L C, PC and the like.
This trade power station 10 has avoided setting up old storehouse through setting up the duplex position hacking machine, has promoted the space utilization of charge room 12, has avoided the hacking machine to repeatedly put the process of battery at the trade electricity in-process simultaneously, has improved and has traded electric efficiency.
The charging chamber 12 includes a fresh bin for storing full charge battery packs and a charging bin for charging insufficient charge battery packs.
The power conversion station 10 further comprises a charging container 15, the charging container 15 is connected with the charging chamber 12, and a plurality of supplementary charging bins are arranged. The supplementary charging bin is also used for charging the insufficient-power battery pack.
As shown in fig. 3, the first push-out mechanism 110 and the second push-out mechanism 120 are arranged side by side.
The double-station stacker 100 further comprises a horizontal travelling mechanism, and the horizontal travelling mechanism is used for jointly driving the first pushing-out mechanism 110 and the second pushing-out mechanism 120 to horizontally move.
The double-station stacker 100 further comprises a first support 130 and a second support 140, wherein the first support 130 and the second support 140 are arranged side by side and are fixedly connected with each other; the first pushing mechanism 110 is arranged in the first bracket 130, and the second pushing mechanism 120 is arranged in the second bracket 140; the horizontal traveling mechanism is provided on the first bracket 130 and the second bracket 140.
The horizontal running mechanism comprises an upper horizontal running mechanism and a lower horizontal running mechanism.
The upper horizontal travelling mechanism comprises a clamping wheel assembly 131 installed at the top of the first support 130 and the second support 140, and the clamping wheel assembly 131 comprises at least one pair of smooth wheels for clamping an upper rail arranged in the replacing station so that the double-station stacker 100 moves horizontally along the upper rail.
The parallel running gear of offal includes: the power station comprises a driving wheel, a driven wheel and a walking driving device, wherein the driving wheel and the driven wheel are arranged at the bottoms of the first support 130 and the second support 140, and the walking driving device is connected with the driving wheel and used for driving the driving wheel to horizontally move along a lower track arranged in the power station.
The dual station palletizer 100 further comprises a first lifting mechanism and a second lifting mechanism.
The first lifting mechanism is disposed on the first bracket 130 and used for lifting the first push-out mechanism 110.
The second lifting mechanism is provided on the second carriage 140 and is used to lift the second push-out mechanism 120.
Each of the first and second push-out mechanisms 110 and 120 includes a protruding mechanism 111 and a lifting tray 112, and the protruding mechanism 111 is provided in the lifting tray 112 and can protrude and retract with respect to the lifting tray 112.
The first pushing mechanism 110 and the second pushing mechanism 120 are both provided with a positioning sensor. The positioning sensor is preferably a light-sensitive sensor.
The first bracket 130 and the second bracket 140 are each of a square structure. First brace 130 and second brace 140 share a vertical strut 150.
The double-station palletizer 100 further comprises a control unit for controlling the first ejecting mechanism 110 and the second ejecting mechanism 120 respectively.
The first lifting mechanism comprises a first lifting motor 161, a first driving rod 162, a first driving sprocket, a first chain and a first driven sprocket, the first driving rod 162 is rotatably arranged above the first support 130, the first lifting motor 161 is connected to the first driving rod 162 and drives the first driving rod 162 to rotate, the first driving sprocket 162 is connected to the first driving rod 162 and rotates along with the first driving rod 162, the first chain is respectively engaged with the first driving sprocket 162 and the first driven sprocket, the first driven sprocket is arranged below the first support 130, and the first chain is used for driving the first ejecting mechanism 110 to lift;
the second lifting mechanism includes a second lifting motor 171, a second driving rod 172, a second driving sprocket, a second chain, and a second driven sprocket, the second driving rod 172 is rotatably disposed above the second bracket 140, the second lifting motor 171 is connected to the second driving rod 172 and drives the second driving rod 172 to rotate, the second driving sprocket is connected to the second driving rod 172 and rotates along with the second driving rod 172, the second chain is respectively engaged with the second driving sprocket and the second driven sprocket, the second driven sprocket is disposed below the second bracket 140, and the second chain is used for driving the second pushing mechanism 120 to lift.
The first driven sprocket and the second driven sprocket located in the middle share a rotary support shaft.
Example 2
Fig. 4 shows a two-station palletizer 200 of embodiment 2. This duplex position hacking machine 200 includes: a first ejection mechanism 220 and a second ejection mechanism 230.
The first pushing mechanism 220 is used for taking and placing full-charge battery packs, and the second pushing mechanism 230 is used for taking and placing insufficient-charge battery packs. Of course, the functions of the two may be interchanged.
The first push-out mechanism 220 and the second push-out mechanism 230 are controlled separately.
The first pushing mechanism 220 and the second pushing mechanism 230 are provided in parallel.
The first and second pushing mechanisms 220 and 230 of embodiment 2 have the same structure as the first and second pushing mechanisms 110 and 120 of embodiment 1.
This duplex position hacking machine 200 also has two ejecting mechanisms, can realize that an ejecting mechanism gets the insufficient voltage battery package, and another ejecting mechanism is full of electric battery package, has avoided the hacking machine to trade the repeated process of putting the battery of electricity in-process like this, has improved and has traded electric efficiency.
The double-station stacker 220 includes a support frame 210, and a first ejection mechanism 220 and a second ejection mechanism 230 are juxtaposed in the support frame 210.
The first pushing-out mechanism 220 and the second pushing-out mechanism 230 of embodiment 2 share the support frame 210, and both can be moved in the vertical direction by the lifting device. The two lifting devices can share one lifting device or can be driven by different lifting devices respectively. The lifting device may be the first lifting mechanism as described in embodiment 1.
Example 3
As shown in fig. 5, embodiment 3 provides a control method for a swapping station, and the control method is used to control the swapping station of embodiment 1. The battery replacement method comprises the following steps:
s1: after the control unit obtains a vehicle parking in-place signal, a first power changing instruction is sent to power changing equipment, and a second power changing instruction is sent to a double-station stacker crane;
and the double-station stacker crane receives the second battery replacing instruction and controls the first push-out mechanism to take out the full-charge battery pack from (a new bin of) a charging room of the battery replacing station and move to a battery replacing position of the battery replacing station for standby.
When a fully charged battery pack is taken out, the double-station stacker crane moves in a charging chamber of the battery replacing station through the horizontal travelling mechanism, moves to the opposite side of a battery rack in the charging chamber, wherein the fully charged battery pack is placed in the battery rack, takes out the fully charged battery pack from the battery rack, and then moves to the battery replacing position again. The battery replacement position refers to a position where a battery pack can be exchanged with the battery replacement device, and is generally a boundary between a charging room and a battery replacement platform.
S2: and the battery replacement equipment receives the first battery replacement instruction, takes the power-deficient battery pack off the vehicle, moves to a battery replacement position of the battery replacement station and aligns to the second push-out mechanism. At this time, the second push-out mechanism is empty.
S3: and the second push-out mechanism takes down the power-shortage battery pack on the power conversion equipment.
S4: the double-station stacker crane moves horizontally or vertically, so that the first push-out mechanism faces the battery replacement equipment. If the double-station stacker crane in embodiment 1 is used, the double-station stacker crane moves horizontally, that is, the horizontal travelling mechanism drives the first support and the second support to move horizontally together, so that the first push-out mechanism takes over the position of the second push-out mechanism and is opposite to the battery replacement equipment. If the double-station stacker crane in embodiment 2 is used, the double-station stacker crane moves vertically, that is, the first pushing mechanism and the second pushing mechanism move together in the vertical direction, so that the first pushing mechanism takes over the position of the second pushing mechanism and is opposite to the battery replacement equipment.
S5: the first pushing mechanism places the fully charged battery pack on the battery replacement equipment.
S6: the battery replacement device mounts the full-charge battery pack to the vehicle.
S7: the double-station stacker moves to place the electricity-deficient battery pack on the second push-out mechanism into a charging chamber of the battery replacement station, specifically a charging bin in the charging chamber, for charging.
The control method cancels the procedure of repeatedly placing the batteries in the battery replacing process of the stacker crane, and improves the battery replacing efficiency of the battery replacing station.
Example 4
Fig. 6 illustrates a power swapping station of embodiment 4. The charging station of embodiment 4 is substantially the same as the charging station of embodiment 1, except that the charging chamber includes a first chamber 301 and a second chamber 302, and the first chamber 301 and the second chamber 302 are respectively disposed on both sides of the charging platform. The first room 301 and the second room 302 are respectively provided with a double-station stacker crane and a battery replacement device. The first room 301 and the second room 302 work alternately, the power replacing device in the first room 301 detaches the power-shortage battery pack from the vehicle, and the power replacing device in the second room 302 mounts the fully-charged battery pack on the vehicle, so that the time for waiting for the power replacing device to come back and forth to the charging room is reduced, and the power replacing process is accelerated.
Example 5
Fig. 7 illustrates a power swapping station of embodiment 5. The charging station of embodiment 5 is substantially the same as the charging station of embodiment 1, except that the charging platform includes a first platform 401 and a second platform 402, and the first platform 401 and the second platform 402 are respectively disposed on both sides of the charging chamber.
The battery replacing device is arranged corresponding to the first platform 401 and the second platform 402 of the battery replacing station, so that the battery replacing station can replace batteries for two vehicles at the same time, and queuing time of the vehicles is reduced.
The power switching stations of embodiments 1, 4 and 5 can be combined at will to form a multi-station power switching station, so that different power switching requirements can be met.
Fig. 8-10 illustrate three variations of the power swapping station based on embodiments 1, 4, and 5.
Fig. 8 shows a four-station swapping station, which is formed by splicing two swapping stations according to embodiment 5.
Fig. 9 shows a three-station battery replacement station, in which the middle battery replacement platform is a faster battery replacement platform, and the battery replacement platforms on both sides are slower battery replacement platforms, that is, the battery replacement stations of embodiments 4 and 5 are combined.
Fig. 10 shows a six-station swapping station, which is formed by splicing two swapping stations shown in fig. 9.
The control method of embodiment 3 can be applied to the power station according to any of embodiments 1, 4, and 5 and the modifications thereof.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", and the like, indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, are merely for convenience in describing the present invention and for simplicity in description, and do not indicate or imply that the referenced devices or elements must have a particular orientation, be constructed in a particular orientation, and be operated, and therefore, should not be construed as limiting the present invention unless otherwise specified herein.
While specific embodiments of the invention have been described above, it will be appreciated by those skilled in the art that this is by way of example only, and that the scope of the invention is defined by the appended claims. Various changes and modifications to these embodiments may be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention, and these changes and modifications are within the scope of the invention.

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1. A power swapping station, comprising: the battery replacing device, the double-station stacker crane, the battery replacing platform and the charging chamber are connected with each other;
the battery replacing equipment moves between the battery replacing platform and the charging chamber and is used for performing operations of disassembling and assembling batteries on the vehicle on the battery replacing platform;
the double-station stacker crane comprises a first pushing mechanism and a second pushing mechanism; the first push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting full-charge battery packs, and the second push-out mechanism is used for taking and putting insufficient-charge battery packs; the first push-out mechanism and the second push-out mechanism are respectively controlled and are used for exchanging batteries with the battery replacement equipment;
the battery replacement station further comprises a control unit, and the control unit is electrically connected with the double-station stacker crane and the battery replacement equipment.
2. The power station of claim 1, wherein the charging chamber comprises a new bay for storing a fully charged new battery and a charging bay for charging the battery.
3. The charging station as claimed in claim 1, further comprising a charging container connected to the charging chamber and provided with a plurality of supplementary charging compartments.
4. The battery swapping station of claim 1, wherein the charging chamber comprises a first chamber and a second chamber, and the first chamber and the second chamber are respectively disposed on two sides of the battery swapping platform.
5. The charging station as recited in claim 1, wherein the charging platform comprises a first platform and a second platform, and the first platform and the second platform are respectively disposed on two sides of the charging chamber.
6. The power station as recited in claim 1 wherein the double station palletizer further comprises a horizontal travelling mechanism for driving the first and second palletizing mechanisms to move horizontally together.
7. The swapping station of claim 1, wherein the first ejection mechanism and the second ejection mechanism are disposed side-by-side.
8. The swapping station of claim 1, wherein the first ejection mechanism and the second ejection mechanism are juxtaposed.
9. A control method of a power swapping station, which is applied to the power swapping station as claimed in any one of claims 1-8;
the control method comprises the following steps:
s1: after the control unit obtains a vehicle parking in-place signal, a first power changing instruction is sent to power changing equipment, and a second power changing instruction is sent to the double-station stacker crane;
after receiving the second battery replacement command, the double-station stacker crane controls the first push-out mechanism to take out the fully charged battery pack from the charging chamber and move to a battery replacement position of the battery replacement station for standby;
s2: the battery replacement equipment receives a first battery replacement instruction, then takes down an old battery from the vehicle, moves to a battery replacement position of a battery replacement station, and aligns to the second push-out mechanism;
s3: the second push-out mechanism takes down the insufficient battery pack on the battery replacement equipment;
s4: the double-station stacker crane moves horizontally or vertically so that the first push-out mechanism faces the battery replacement equipment;
s5: the first pushing mechanism is used for placing the fully charged battery pack on the battery replacing equipment;
s6: the battery replacement device mounts the full-charge battery pack to the vehicle.
10. The control method of the swapping station as claimed in claim 9, wherein the swapping method further comprises the steps of:
s7: and the double-station stacker moves to place the power-deficient battery pack on the second pushing mechanism into a charging room of the battery replacement station.
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