CN111547448A - Conveying belt structure embedded with RFID chip and manufacturing method thereof - Google Patents

Conveying belt structure embedded with RFID chip and manufacturing method thereof Download PDF

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CN111547448A
CN111547448A CN202010384333.4A CN202010384333A CN111547448A CN 111547448 A CN111547448 A CN 111547448A CN 202010384333 A CN202010384333 A CN 202010384333A CN 111547448 A CN111547448 A CN 111547448A
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袁佳春
陈希
高灿宏
郭栓
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Abstract

The application relates to the field of conveyor belts, in particular to a conveyor belt structure with a pre-embedded RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof. The conveying belt structure comprises a conveying belt body, wherein an RFID module is pre-embedded in the conveying belt body, and the surface of the RFID module is exposed on the surface of the conveying belt; the RFID module comprises an RFID chip, and a transition layer wraps the RFID chip. Optionally, the transition layer includes at least two-layer film, and is two-layer the film laminating is as an organic whole, the RFID chip is located two-layerly between the film. The manufacturing method comprises the following steps: providing a transition layer, and putting an RFID chip in the transition layer to manufacture and form an RFID module; providing a conveying belt body, and forming a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body; arranging the RFID module in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt; so that the RFID module is crosslinked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body. This application can promote the reading and writing distance.

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Conveying belt structure embedded with RFID chip and manufacturing method thereof
Technical Field
The application relates to the field of conveyor belts, in particular to a conveyor belt structure with a pre-embedded RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof.
Background
The conveying mode of the conveying belt is an important means for transporting materials in various industries due to the characteristics of economy and high efficiency. The real-time running speed of the conveyer belt and the information such as the conveying mileage are important basis for technicians to judge the state of the conveyer belt and find and process the faults of the conveyer belt in time. The conveyor belt in the related art usually attempts to acquire the running information of the conveyor belt by implanting a radio frequency chip in the conveyor belt.
However, in the scheme of the related art in which the rf chip is implanted, since the cover rubber of the conveyor belt itself attenuates the signal, only the close-range sensing of the conveyor belt can be realized, and even the read-write device needs to be close to the surface of the conveyor belt to realize the read-write operation, which limits the technician from obtaining the information of the conveyor belt.
Disclosure of Invention
The application provides a conveyor belt structure pre-embedded with an RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof, which can improve the reading and writing distance and solve the problem that the scheme of implanting a radio frequency chip in a belt in the related art can only realize close-range sensing.
As a first aspect of the present application, there is provided a conveyor belt structure embedded with an RFID chip, including:
the conveying belt comprises a conveying belt body, wherein an RFID module is pre-embedded in the conveying belt body, and the surface of the RFID module is exposed on the surface of the conveying belt;
the RFID module comprises an RFID chip, and a transition layer wraps the RFID chip.
Optionally, the transition layer includes at least two-layer film, and is two-layer the film laminating is as an organic whole, the RFID chip is located two-layerly between the film.
Optionally, the thickness range of the film is: 1 mm-3 mm, width range is: 15 mm-30 mm, length range is: 60 mm-100 mm.
Optionally, the distance between the edge of the RFID module and the side edge of the conveyor belt body is 10mm to 50 mm.
Optionally, the conveyor belt body comprises:
the RFID module comprises a framework layer, wherein two side surfaces of the framework layer are covered with covering layers, and the RFID module is arranged in the covering layers.
As a second aspect of the present application, a manufacturing method of a conveyor belt structure embedded with an RFID chip is provided, where the manufacturing method of the conveyor belt structure embedded with an RFID chip at least includes the following steps:
providing a transition layer, and putting an RFID chip in the transition layer to manufacture and form an RFID module;
providing a conveying belt body, and forming a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body;
arranging the RFID module in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt;
so that the RFID module is crosslinked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body.
Optionally, the step of providing a transition layer, implanting an RFID chip in the transition layer, and forming an RFID module includes:
providing at least two superposed layers of film;
arranging the RFID chip between two layers of films which are overlapped;
and applying pressure to enable the two layers of films to be attached and compressed to form the RFID module.
Optionally, the thickness range of the film is: 1 mm-3 mm.
Optionally, the providing a conveyor belt body comprises: the two side surfaces of the framework layer are covered with covering layers;
the method comprises the following steps of (1) opening a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body: the method comprises the following steps:
an embedded opening is formed in the covering layer, and the width range of the embedded opening is as follows: 15 mm-30 mm, the length range of the pre-buried opening is as follows: 60 mm-100 mm, the depth range of the pre-buried opening is as follows: 2 mm-6 mm.
Optionally, the step of cross-linking the RFID module with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body comprises:
and forming a vulcanization cross-linked bond between the RFID module and the surface layer of the conveying belt body through a vulcanization process.
From the above, the conveyer belt structure with the embedded RFID chip and the manufacturing method thereof provided by the present application have the following advantages compared with the related art: the related technical scheme can only realize the read-write distance within 50mm, so that the application capability is not provided for occasions needing online remote read-write, the read-write distance which can be realized by the technical scheme provided by the application is far larger than that of the related technology, the read-write distance can be increased, the read-write distance of a chip can exceed 500mm, the online remote read-write requirement is met, and the problem that the scheme of implanting a radio frequency chip in a band in the related technology can only realize near-distance sensing is solved.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a conveyor belt embedded with an RFID chip provided in an embodiment of the present application.
Fig. 2 is a flowchart of a method for manufacturing a conveyor belt structure embedded with an RFID chip in an embodiment of the present application.
100. The manufacturing method comprises the steps of conveying belt body, 110, framework layer, 120, covering layer, 200, RFID module, 210, film and 220, and RFID chip.
Detailed Description
The technical solutions in the present application will be described clearly and completely with reference to the accompanying drawings, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are some, but not all embodiments of the present application. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
In the description of the present application, it should be noted that the terms "center", "upper", "lower", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "inner", "outer", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientations or positional relationships shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and simplicity of description, and do not indicate or imply that the device or element being 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 application. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," and "third" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance.
In the description of the present application, it is to be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," and "connected" are to be construed broadly, e.g., as meaning either a fixed connection, a removable connection, or an integral connection; the connection can be mechanical connection or electrical connection; the two elements may be directly connected or indirectly connected through an intermediate medium, or may be communicated with each other inside the two elements, or may be wirelessly connected or wired connected. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present application can be understood in a specific case by those of ordinary skill in the art.
In addition, the technical features mentioned in the different embodiments of the present application described below may be combined with each other as long as they do not conflict with each other.
Example 1:
the embodiment provides a conveyor belt structure embedded with an RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof, referring to fig. 1, wherein the conveyor belt structure embedded with the RFID chip includes:
a conveyor belt body 100, the conveyor belt comprising: the frame layer 110, two side faces of the frame layer 110 are covered with covering layers 120, wherein the material of the frame layer 110 adopts a fabric core canvas frame, and the material of the covering layers 120 adopts rubber. For example, the conveyor belt body 100 may be a finished conveyor belt or an uncured finished conveyor belt.
The RFID module 200 is embedded in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100, that is, embedded in the covering layer 120 of at least one side of the conveyor belt body 100, and the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed on the surface of the conveyor belt. Illustratively, the distance between the edge of the RFID module 200 and the side of the web body 100 is 50 mm.
The RFID module 200 includes an RFID chip 220, and the RFID chip 220 is wrapped by a transition layer. The transition layer comprises at least two layers of films 210, the two layers of films 210 are attached into a whole, and the RFID chip 220 is positioned between the two layers of films 210. Illustratively, the thickness of the single piece of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is 1mm, the width is 15mm, the length is 60mm, and the material of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is rubber.
For manufacturing the conveyor belt structure in this embodiment, referring to fig. 2, this embodiment further provides a manufacturing method of a conveyor belt structure with an embedded RFID chip 220, where the manufacturing method includes the following steps:
s11: providing a transition layer, and embedding the RFID chip 220 in the transition layer to manufacture and form the RFID module 200.
Illustratively, the step S11 includes: s111: providing at least two superposed layers of film 210; s112: placing the RFID chip 220 between two layers of film 210 stacked one on top of the other; s113: and applying pressure to enable the two layers of the films 210 to be tightly pressed to form the RFID module 200. The film 210 of the transition layer has a thickness of 1mm, a width of 15mm, and a length of 60 mm.
S12: providing a conveying belt body 100, and forming a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body 100.
Illustratively, a pre-buried opening may be formed in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 by, for example, a tire carving machine, the pre-buried opening has a depth of 2mm, a width of 15mm, and a length of 60mm, and a length extending direction of the pre-buried opening is a length extending direction of the conveyor belt.
The conveyor belt body 100 in this step includes a framework layer 110, and two side surfaces of the framework layer 110 are covered with a covering layer 120, wherein the framework layer 110 is made of a fabric canvas framework, and the covering layer 120 is made of rubber. The step of opening a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be: an embedded opening is formed in the cover layer 120.
S13: the RFID module 200 is arranged in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt.
Illustratively, before the RFID module 200 is disposed in the pre-buried opening, the pre-buried opening is wiped by using an organic solvent such as 120 # gasoline to facilitate the implementation of a subsequent cross-linking process; and after the volatile matter is extremely easy to volatilize and dry, arranging the RFID module 200 in the pre-buried opening.
S14: such that the RFID module 200 is cross-linked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
The step of crosslinking the RFID module 200 with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be understood as forming a covalent bond between the transition layer of the RFID module 200 and the surface of the cover layer 120 at the position of the pre-buried opening, where the covalent bond can improve the bonding force between the RFID module 200 and the conveyor belt body 100.
For example, if the material of the transition layer film 210 is rubber, the steps include: through a vulcanization process, a vulcanized cross-linked bond is formed between the RFID module 200 and the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
Example 2:
the embodiment provides a conveyor belt structure pre-embedded with an RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof, wherein the conveyor belt structure pre-embedded with the RFID chip comprises:
a conveyor belt body 100, the conveyor belt comprising: the frame layer 110, two side faces of the frame layer 110 are covered with covering layers 120, wherein the material of the frame layer 110 adopts a steel mesh frame, and the material of the covering layers 120 adopts rubber. For example, the conveyor belt body 100 may be a finished conveyor belt or an uncured finished conveyor belt.
The RFID module 200 is embedded in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100, that is, embedded in the covering layer 120 of at least one side of the conveyor belt body 100, and the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed on the surface of the conveyor belt. Illustratively, the distance between the edge of the RFID module 200 and the side of the web body 100 is 30 mm.
The RFID module 200 includes an RFID chip 220, and the RFID chip 220 is wrapped by a transition layer. The transition layer comprises at least two layers of films 210, the two layers of films 210 are attached into a whole, and the RFID chip 220 is positioned between the two layers of films 210. Illustratively, the thickness of the single piece of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is 2mm, the width is 20mm, the length is 80mm, and the material of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is rubber.
The embodiment also provides a manufacturing method of the conveyor belt structure with the embedded RFID chip 220, which includes the following steps:
s21: providing a transition layer, and embedding the RFID chip 220 in the transition layer to manufacture and form the RFID module 200.
Illustratively, the step S11 includes: s111: providing at least two superposed layers of film 210; s112: placing the RFID chip 220 between two layers of film 210 stacked one on top of the other; s113: and applying pressure to enable the two layers of the films 210 to be tightly pressed to form the RFID module 200. The film 210 of the transition layer has a thickness of 2mm, a width of 20mm, and a length of 80 mm.
S22: providing a conveying belt body 100, and forming a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body 100.
Illustratively, a pre-buried opening may be cut in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 by, for example, a tire carving machine, the pre-buried opening is 30mm away from the belt edge on the surface of the conveyor belt, the depth of the pre-buried opening is 4mm, the width of the pre-buried opening is 20mm, the length of the pre-buried opening is 80mm, and the length extending direction of the pre-buried opening is the length extending direction of the conveyor belt.
The conveyor belt body 100 in this step includes a framework layer 110, and two side surfaces of the framework layer 110 are covered with a covering layer 120, wherein the framework layer 110 is made of a steel mesh framework, and the covering layer 120 is made of rubber. The step of opening a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be: an embedded opening is formed in the cover layer 120.
S23: the RFID module 200 is arranged in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt.
Illustratively, before the RFID module 200 is disposed in the pre-buried opening, the pre-buried opening is wiped by using an organic solvent such as 120 # gasoline to facilitate the implementation of a subsequent cross-linking process; and after the volatile matter is extremely easy to volatilize and dry, arranging the RFID module 200 in the pre-buried opening.
S24: such that the RFID module 200 is cross-linked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
The step of crosslinking the RFID module 200 with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be understood as forming a covalent bond between the transition layer of the RFID module 200 and the surface of the cover layer 120 at the position of the pre-buried opening, where the covalent bond can improve the bonding force between the RFID module 200 and the conveyor belt body 100.
For example, if the material of the transition layer film 210 is rubber, the steps include: through a vulcanization process, a vulcanized cross-linked bond is formed between the RFID module 200 and the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
Example 3:
the embodiment provides a conveyor belt structure pre-embedded with an RFID chip and a manufacturing method thereof, wherein the conveyor belt structure pre-embedded with the RFID chip comprises:
a conveyor belt body 100, the conveyor belt comprising: the frame layer 110, two side faces of the frame layer 110 are covered with covering layers 120, wherein the material of the frame layer 110 is a silk rope frame, and the material of the covering layers 120 is rubber. For example, the conveyor belt body 100 may be a finished conveyor belt or an uncured finished conveyor belt.
The RFID module 200 is embedded in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100, that is, embedded in the covering layer 120 of at least one side of the conveyor belt body 100, and the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed on the surface of the conveyor belt. Illustratively, the distance between the edge of the RFID module 200 and the side of the web body 100 is 30 mm.
The RFID module 200 includes an RFID chip 220, and the RFID chip 220 is wrapped by a transition layer. The transition layer comprises at least two layers of films 210, the two layers of films 210 are attached into a whole, and the RFID chip 220 is positioned between the two layers of films 210. Illustratively, the thickness of the single piece of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is 3mm, the width is 25mm, the length is 100mm, and the material of the transition layer rubber sheet 210 is rubber.
The embodiment also provides a manufacturing method of the conveyor belt structure with the embedded RFID chip 220, which includes the following steps:
s31: providing a transition layer, and embedding the RFID chip 220 in the transition layer to manufacture and form the RFID module 200.
Illustratively, the step S11 includes: s111: providing at least two superposed layers of film 210; s112: placing the RFID chip 220 between two layers of film 210 stacked one on top of the other; s113: and applying pressure to enable the two layers of the films 210 to be tightly pressed to form the RFID module 200. The film 210 of the transition layer has a thickness of 3mm, a width of 25mm, and a length of 100 mm.
S32: providing a conveying belt body 100, and forming a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body 100.
Illustratively, an embedding opening may be cut in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 by, for example, a tire carving machine, the embedding opening is located at a position 100mm away from the belt edge on the surface of the conveyor belt, the depth of the embedding opening is 6mm, the width of the embedding opening is 25mm, the length of the embedding opening is 100mm, and the length extending direction of the embedding opening is the length extending direction of the conveyor belt.
The conveyor belt body 100 in this step includes a framework layer 110, and two side surfaces of the framework layer 110 are covered with a covering layer 120, wherein the framework layer 110 is made of a silk rope framework, and the covering layer 120 is made of rubber. The step of opening a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be: an embedded opening is formed in the cover layer 120.
S33: the RFID module 200 is arranged in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module 200 is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt.
Illustratively, before the RFID module 200 is disposed in the pre-buried opening, the pre-buried opening is wiped by using an organic solvent such as 120 # gasoline to facilitate the implementation of a subsequent cross-linking process; and after the volatile matter is extremely easy to volatilize and dry, arranging the RFID module 200 in the pre-buried opening.
S34: such that the RFID module 200 is cross-linked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
The step of crosslinking the RFID module 200 with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100 may be understood as forming a covalent bond between the transition layer of the RFID module 200 and the surface of the cover layer 120 at the position of the pre-buried opening, where the covalent bond can improve the bonding force between the RFID module 200 and the conveyor belt body 100.
For example, if the material of the transition layer film 210 is rubber, the steps include: through a vulcanization process, a vulcanized cross-linked bond is formed between the RFID module 200 and the surface layer of the conveyor belt body 100.
Table 1: read-write distance test meter capable of being realized by embodiments and related technical schemes provided by the application
It can be seen from the superscript that the related technical scheme can only realize the read-write distance within 50mm, so that the application capability is not provided for the occasion of online remote read-write, and the read-write distance that the technical scheme provided by the application can realize is far greater than the scheme provided by the related technology, so that the read-write distance can be increased, the chip read-write distance can exceed 500mm, the online remote read-write requirement is met, and the problem that the scheme of in-band implantation of a radio frequency chip in the related technology can only realize near-distance sensing is solved.
For the above embodiments, the RFID chip 220 may be a passive chip, such as a chip manufactured by Qingdao software control corporation and having a model number of RTT-G2/63-52
Those of ordinary skill in the art will understand that: the above description is only exemplary of the present application and should not be construed as limiting the present application, and any modification, equivalent replacement, or improvement made within the spirit of the present application should be included in the protection scope of the present application.

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1. The utility model provides a conveyer belt structure with pre-buried RFID chip which characterized in that, conveyer belt structure with pre-buried RFID chip includes:
a conveyor belt body (100), wherein an RFID module (200) is embedded in the conveyor belt body (100), and the surface of the RFID module (200) is exposed on the surface of the conveyor belt;
the RFID module (200) comprises an RFID chip (220), and the RFID chip (220) is wrapped by a transition layer.
2. The conveyor belt structure embedded with RFID chips as claimed in claim 1, wherein the transition layer comprises at least two layers of films (210), two layers of the films (210) are attached together, and the RFID chip (220) is located between two layers of the films (210).
3. The RFID chip embedded conveyor belt structure of claim 1, wherein the film (210) has a thickness in the range of: 1mm ~3mm, the width scope is: 15mm ~30mm, the length scope is: 60mm to 100 mm.
4. The conveyor belt structure embedded with the RFID chips as claimed in claim 1, wherein the distance between the edge of the RFID module (200) and the side edge of the conveyor belt body (100) is 10 mm-50 mm.
5. The conveyor belt structure embedded with RFID chips of claim 1, wherein the conveyor belt body (100) comprises:
the RFID module comprises a framework layer (110), wherein two side faces of the framework layer (110) are covered with covering layers (120), and the RFID module (200) is arranged in the covering layers (120).
6. The manufacturing method of the conveyer belt structure pre-embedded with the RFID chip is characterized by at least comprising the following steps of:
providing a transition layer, and embedding an RFID chip (220) in the transition layer to manufacture and form an RFID module (200);
providing a conveying belt body (100), and forming an embedded opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body (100);
arranging the RFID module (200) in the pre-buried opening, so that the surface of the RFID module (200) is exposed to the surface of the conveying belt;
so that the RFID module (200) is cross-linked with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body (100).
7. The method for manufacturing the conveyor belt structure embedded with the RFID chips as recited in claim 6, wherein the step of providing the transition layer, implanting the RFID chips (220) in the transition layer, and forming the RFID modules (200) comprises the following steps:
providing at least two superposed layers of film (210);
-placing said RFID chip (220) between two superposed layers of film (210);
and applying pressure to enable the two layers of the films (210) to be tightly pressed together to form the RFID module (200).
8. The method for manufacturing the conveyer belt structure with embedded RFID chips as claimed in claim 7, wherein the thickness of the film (210) is in the range of: 1 mm-3 mm.
9. The method for manufacturing a conveyor belt structure embedded with RFID chips as recited in claim 6, wherein the providing a conveyor belt body (100) comprises: a carcass layer (110), both sides of the carcass layer (110) being covered with a cover layer (120):
the method comprises the following steps of (1) opening a pre-buried opening in the surface layer of the conveying belt body (100): the method comprises the following steps:
an embedded opening is formed in the covering layer (120), and the width range of the embedded opening is as follows: 15mm ~30mm, the length scope of pre-buried mouth is: 60mm ~100mm, the degree of depth range of pre-buried mouth is: 2 mm-6 mm.
10. The method for manufacturing a conveyor belt structure embedded with RFID chips as claimed in claim 6, wherein the step of cross-linking the RFID modules (200) with the surface layer of the conveyor belt body (100) comprises:
and forming vulcanization cross-linking bonds between the RFID modules (200) and the surface layer of the conveyor belt body (100) through a vulcanization process.
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