CN112113278B - Wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit - Google Patents

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CN112113278B
CN112113278B CN202011105324.3A CN202011105324A CN112113278B CN 112113278 B CN112113278 B CN 112113278B CN 202011105324 A CN202011105324 A CN 202011105324A CN 112113278 B CN112113278 B CN 112113278B
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戴现伟
王永涛
闫宝升
关婷婷
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Qingdao Haier Air Conditioner Gen Corp Ltd
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
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Abstract

The invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit, which comprises a shell, a first air supply outlet, a second air supply outlet, a first air supply outlet and a second air supply outlet, wherein the inner wall of the air duct close to the first air supply outlet is in a gradually-reduced shape of which the overflowing section is gradually reduced along the airflow direction; and the flow guide piece is arranged in the air duct and limits an air outlet gap with the inner wall of the air duct so as to guide the air flow blown to the first air supply outlet to the inner wall of the air duct and ensure that the air flow gradually flows out of the first air supply outlet in a converging manner towards the center of the air flow under the guidance of the tapered part of the inner wall of the air duct. The wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit has better remote air supply and powerful air supply effects.

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Wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of air conditioning, in particular to a wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit.
Background
The existing wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit is generally provided with a strip-shaped air outlet at the lower part of the front side of a casing, the air outlet faces to the front lower part, and an air deflector is arranged at the air outlet to guide the air supply direction up and down.
On this basis, some prior art have carried out a lot of improvements to the air-out structure, nevertheless owing to receive the restraint of air outlet orientation itself, the air supply direction, the air supply scope and the air supply distance of air conditioner still receive very big restriction, influence user experience.
Disclosure of Invention
The object of the present invention is to provide a wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit that overcomes or at least partially solves the above-mentioned problems.
The invention aims to improve the long-distance strong air supply capacity of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit.
The invention further aims to enable the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit to be capable of lifting air out.
The invention further aims to enlarge the air supply angle range of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit so that air can be supplied to the right lower part of the air conditioner.
In particular, the present invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit, comprising:
the inner wall of the air duct close to the first air supply outlet is in a tapered shape with a gradually-reduced overflowing section along the airflow direction; and
and the flow guide piece is arranged in the air duct and limits an air outlet gap with the inner wall of the air duct so as to guide the airflow blowing to the first air supply outlet to the inner wall of the air duct and ensure that the airflow gradually converges towards the center of the airflow and flows out of the first air supply outlet under the guidance of the tapered part of the inner wall of the air duct.
Optionally, the first air supply outlet is opened at the front part of the casing.
Optionally, the casing is configured to make the rising angle of the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap greater than the declining angle of the airflow at the top section of the air outlet gap, so that the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap drives the airflows at the rest sections to flow upward together.
Optionally, an outlet of the air duct, which is close to the first air supply opening, is in a shape of a long strip with the length direction parallel to the transverse direction of the machine shell; and the water conservancy diversion spare is for the shaft-like that extends along the transverse direction of casing to all injecing the air-out clearance with the upside in wind channel and the inner wall of downside.
Optionally, the number of the first air supply outlets is multiple, and the first air supply outlets are arranged along the transverse direction of the casing; or the number of the first air supply outlet is one, and the first air supply outlet is in a long strip shape with the length direction parallel to the transverse direction of the machine shell.
Optionally, the contoured surface of the baffle comprises a curved front surface that projects forwardly and a "V" shaped rear surface that projects rearwardly.
Optionally, the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit further includes a movable panel movably mounted to a front side of the casing to open or close the first supply port.
Optionally, the top of the casing is provided with a first air inlet, the front of the casing is provided with a second air inlet, and the second air inlet is positioned above the first air supply outlet; and the movable panel has a closed position closing the second air intake opening and the first air blowing opening and an open position moved upward from the closed position and having an upper end inclined forward to open the first air blowing opening and the second air intake opening.
Optionally, the bottom of the casing is provided with a second air supply outlet which is open downwards and connected with the air duct.
Optionally, the wall-mounted indoor air conditioner further includes: and the air deflector is rotatably arranged on the shell and is used for opening or closing the second air supply outlet and guiding the air supply direction of the second air supply outlet.
In the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit, the inner wall of the air duct close to the first air supply opening is gradually reduced, so that the overflowing section of the air duct is gradually reduced along the airflow direction. An air outlet gap is defined between the flow guide piece inside the air duct and the inner wall of the air duct. When the airflow blows to the first air supply outlet, the airflow is guided by the flow guide piece to flow to the inner wall of the air duct and enter the air outlet gap. Because the overflowing cross section of the air outlet gap is smaller, the air outlet speed is higher. The high-speed airflow is gradually converged towards the center of the airflow in the outward flowing process under the guidance of the gradually-reduced inner wall of the air duct to form a convergence effect, so that the wind power is stronger, the air supply distance is longer, and the requirements of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit on long-distance air supply and strong air supply are met.
In the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit, the flow guide piece not only defines the air outlet gap with the inner wall of the air duct to improve the air speed, but also can guide the air flow to the air outlet gap or force the air flow to flow towards the air outlet gap so as to force the air flow to be subjected to polymerization and guide of the tapered inner wall of the air duct, thereby forming the final polymerization air supply effect. The invention realizes a good polymerization air supply effect only by improving the air duct and additionally arranging the flow guide piece, has very simple structure and lower cost, is easy to realize mass production and popularization, and has very ingenious conception.
Furthermore, the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit provided by the invention designs the shape of the air duct, so that the rising angle of the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap is larger than the declining angle of the airflow at the top section, the rising angle of the rising part of the airflow is larger than the declining angle of the sinking part, and the airflow mixed by a plurality of airflows is integrally raised and flows. When in a refrigeration mode, the rising and flowing cold air can fully avoid the human body and scatter downwards after reaching the highest point, so that a 'shower type' refrigeration experience is realized. Moreover, the air flow is blown upwards to be beneficial to improving the air supply distance.
Furthermore, the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit of the invention is provided with a second air supply outlet facing downwards at the bottom of the casing, so as to supply air to the lower part of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit. The downward air supply in the heating mode is more favorable for accelerating the temperature rising speed of the lower-layer space of the house, so that the human body can feel the heating effect more quickly.
Furthermore, the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit of the invention enables the top of the shell to be provided with the first air inlet and the front part to be provided with the second air inlet, so that the air inlet volume is increased, the heat exchange efficiency of the front section of the heat exchanger is improved, and the overall energy efficiency of the air conditioner is improved. In addition, the movable panel is utilized to simultaneously open or close the second air inlet and the first air supply outlet, and the conception is very ingenious.
The above and other objects, advantages and features of the present invention will become more apparent to those skilled in the art from the following detailed description of specific embodiments thereof taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.
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Some specific embodiments of the invention will be described in detail hereinafter by way of example and not by way of limitation with reference to the accompanying drawings. The same reference numbers in the drawings identify the same or similar elements or components. Those skilled in the art will appreciate that the drawings are not necessarily drawn to scale. In the drawings:
fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a wall-mounted type air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is a schematic side view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit shown in fig. 1;
fig. 3 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 1 with the movable panel in a closed position;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of the construction of the baffle;
fig. 5 is a schematic view illustrating a structure of a wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention in a polymeric blowing mode;
fig. 6 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted indoor air conditioner of fig. 5 in a down-blowing mode;
fig. 7 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 5 in a maximum blowing mode.
Detailed Description
A wall-mounted type air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to fig. 1 to 7. Where the orientations or positional relationships indicated by the terms "front," "back," "upper," "lower," "top," "bottom," "inner," "outer," "lateral," and the like are based on the orientations or positional relationships shown in the drawings, the description is for convenience only and to simplify the description, and no indication or suggestion is made that the device or element so indicated must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and is therefore not to be construed as limiting the invention. The direction of the airflow is indicated by arrows.
The embodiment of the invention provides a wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit, which is an indoor part of a split wall-mounted air conditioner and is used for adjusting indoor air, such as refrigeration/heating, dehumidification, fresh air introduction and the like.
Fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a wall-mounted type air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention; fig. 2 is a schematic side view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 1; fig. 3 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 1 with the movable panel 20 in a closed position; FIG. 4 is a schematic view of the construction of the baffle 30; fig. 5 is an enlarged sectional view of a wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention in a polymeric blowing mode. Fig. 5 illustrates only the air blowing principle of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit, and the partial structure is not completely consistent with fig. 1 to 4.
As shown in fig. 1 to 5, a wall-mounted type air conditioning indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention may generally include a cabinet 10 and a guide 30.
The casing 10 defines a first blowing port 11 and a duct 15 connected to the first blowing port 11. The casing 10 of the present embodiment includes a framework for forming a basic frame of the indoor unit, and body components such as a volute and a volute tongue for defining an air outlet channel. The first air blowing port 11 is used for blowing an air flow in the casing 10 into the room to condition the indoor air. The air flow can be cold air produced by the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit in a refrigeration mode, hot air produced in a heating mode, or fresh air introduced in a fresh air mode, and the like. The number of the first air blowing ports 11 may be one or more. The inner wall of the air duct 15 near the first air supply outlet 11 is tapered, the flow cross section of which is gradually reduced along the airflow direction, as shown in fig. 5. In other words, the flow cross section of the air duct 15 becomes gradually smaller in the air flow direction adjacent to the first supply outlet 11.
The diversion member 30 is disposed in the air duct 15, and defines an air outlet gap 155 with an inner wall of the air duct 15. For example, as shown in fig. 5, the air guiding element 30 is spaced from both the upper wall 151 and the lower wall 152 of the air duct 15 adjacent to the first air supply outlet 11, so as to form an air outlet gap 155 with the upper wall 151 and the lower wall 152. The guide member 30 guides the air flow blown toward the first air blowing opening 11 to the inner wall of the air duct 15, so that the air flow gradually converges toward the center of the air flow and flows out of the first air blowing opening 11 under the guidance of the tapered portion (i.e., the upper wall 151 and the lower wall 152) of the inner wall of the air duct 15.
Due to the addition of the flow guide member 30, the flow cross section of the air outlet gap 155 is inevitably smaller than that of the original air duct 15, which makes the air flow velocity faster. The high-speed air flow is gradually converged towards the center direction of the air flow in the outward flowing process under the guide of the tapered inner wall of the air duct 15 to form a convergence effect, so that the wind power is very strong, the air supply distance is farther, the requirements of a wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit on remote air supply and strong air supply are met, the air supply range is larger, the refrigerating/heating speed of each part of the indoor space is more uniform, and the human body feels more comfortable.
In the embodiment of the present invention, the flow guiding element 30 not only defines the air outlet gap 155 with the inner wall of the air duct 15 to play a role of increasing the wind speed, but also just guides the airflow to the air outlet gap 155, or forces the airflow to flow toward the air outlet gap 155, so as to force the airflow to be converged and guided by the tapered inner wall of the air duct 15, thereby forming the final converged air supply effect. The embodiment of the invention realizes a very good polymerization air supply effect only by improving the air duct 15 and additionally arranging the flow guide member 30, has very simple structure and lower cost, is easy to realize mass production and popularization, and has very ingenious conception.
As shown in fig. 5, the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit may be an indoor unit of an air conditioner that performs cooling/heating through a vapor compression refrigeration cycle, and further includes a heat exchanger 40 and a blower 50. The heat exchanger 40 is disposed in the casing 10, and is configured to exchange heat with an air flow flowing through the casing to form a heat exchange air flow, i.e., a cold air or a hot air, which may be a three-stage fin heat exchanger. The fan 50 is disposed in the casing 10, and is configured to cause indoor air to enter the casing 10, so that the indoor air exchanges heat with the heat exchanger 40 to become heat exchange air flow, and then cause the heat exchange air flow to flow through the air duct 15 to the first air supply opening 11, and finally blow the air from the first air supply opening 11 to the indoor.
The inventor considers that the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit is installed back-to-wall, and needs stronger forward air supply capacity. Therefore, in some embodiments, it is preferable that the first air blowing opening 11 is opened at the front of the casing 10, so that the airflow converges at the first air blowing opening 11 and then flows forward at a high speed, and the air blowing distance is further increased and the air blowing range is wider, as shown in fig. 1.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 5, the casing 10 is configured to make the rising angle of the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap 155 greater than the declining angle of the airflow at the top section thereof, that is, make the rising angle of the lower wall 152 of the air duct greater than the declining angle of the upper wall 151, so that the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap 155 drives the airflow at the remaining sections to flow upward and forward together, and fig. 5 illustrates the airflow direction with arrows, please refer to.
The rising angle refers to an included angle between the airflow direction of the bottom section of the air outlet gap 155 and the horizontal plane, and the declining angle refers to an included angle between the airflow direction of the top section of the air outlet gap 155 and the horizontal plane (if the airflow is blown out horizontally, the declining angle is 0 °). Because the rising angle of the air flow rising part is larger than the declining angle of the sinking part, the air flow mixed by a plurality of air flows integrally rises and flows. In the refrigeration mode, the rising and flowing cold air can fully avoid the human body and scatter downwards after reaching the highest point, so that the shower type refrigeration experience is realized. Moreover, the air flow is blown upwards to be beneficial to improving the air supply distance.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 4, the outlet of the duct 15 adjacent to the first supply port 11 may be shaped as a long strip with the length direction parallel to the transverse direction of the casing 10. Correspondingly, the flow guide member 30 is made in a rod shape extending in the lateral direction of the casing 10. Furthermore, the air guide 30 and the inner walls (the upper wall 151 and the lower wall 152, respectively) of the upper side and the lower side of the air duct 15 both define an air outlet gap 155, so that the air flow is divided into an upper air flow and a lower air flow by the air guide 30, and the two air flows respectively flow forward under the guidance of the upper wall 151 and the lower wall 152 of the air duct 15 and gradually approach and converge to form a converged air flow.
In some embodiments, the number of the first blowing openings 11 may be plural, and the plural first blowing openings 11 are arranged along the transverse direction of the casing 10, and different positions of the rod-shaped flow guiding member 30 in the length direction respectively correspond to each first blowing opening 11. Compare in the scheme that only sets up a rectangular form supply-air outlet, this embodiment sets up a plurality of first supply-air outlet 11 side by side for every first supply-air outlet 11's air-out area is littleer relatively, does benefit to more and improves wind speed and wind pressure, thereby does benefit to and promotes polymerization air supply effect, makes the air current polymerization degree higher, and the air supply distance is farther.
Of course, in some alternative embodiments, the number of the first air supply openings may also be one, and the first air supply openings are elongated (not shown) with the length direction parallel to the transverse direction of the casing 10, so that the rod-shaped flow guiding element 30 corresponds to the elongated first air supply openings, and the detailed structure is not described again.
Referring to fig. 6, the profile surface of the baffle 30 may include a curved front surface 31 protruding forward and a "V" shaped rear surface 32 protruding rearward. The rear surface of the flow guide piece 30 is V-shaped, which is very favorable for splitting the air flow into two flows and guiding the two flows upwards and downwards respectively, so that the air flow is guided more smoothly and the air flow resistance is smaller. The curved front surface 31 of the deflector 30 protruding forward can guide the airflow near the deflector to flow close to the surface so as to converge toward the center of the deflector, so as to perform a converging action on the airflow together with the tapered inner wall of the air duct 15, thereby improving the converging effect of the airflow. The curved front surface 31 may be a circular arc surface or a similar circular arc surface formed by connecting multiple circular arc surfaces.
Fig. 6 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 5 in a down-blowing mode; fig. 7 is a schematic view of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit of fig. 5 in a maximum blowing mode.
In some embodiments, the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit may further include a movable panel 20. The movable panel 20 is movably installed at the front side of the casing 10 to open or close the first blowing port 11. In this way, when the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit is in the off state, the movable panel 20 can close the first air supply outlet 11, so as to prevent the first air supply outlet 11 from being exposed to the outside and affecting the front appearance of the wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit. This embodiment does not limit the movement of the movable panel 20 to open and close the first blowing port 11. The movable panel may be opened and closed by rotation, may be opened and closed by translation, or may be opened and closed by a combination of rotation and translation.
Further, as shown in fig. 5 to 7, a first air inlet 13 may be formed at the top of the casing 10, a second air inlet 14 may be formed at the front of the casing, and the second air inlet 14 is located above the first air supply outlet 11. The movable panel 20 has a closed position closing the second air intake vent 14 and the first air blowing port 11, as shown in fig. 3 and 6. The movable panel 20 also has an open position moved upward from the closed position and tilted forward at the upper end to open the first and second air blowing openings 11 and 14, as shown in fig. 1, 2, and 5.
The inventor finds that the distance between the front section of the heat exchanger 40 of the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit and the front panel is too close, the gap is narrow, and the front section of the heat exchanger 40 does not normally face the air inlet at the top of the casing 10, so that the heat exchange of the front section of the heat exchanger 40 is adverse, and the improvement of the overall heat exchange efficiency of the heat exchanger 40 is affected. According to the invention, the second air inlet 14 is formed in the front part of the shell 10, so that the air inlet amount is increased, the heat exchange efficiency of the front section of the heat exchanger 40 is improved, and the overall energy efficiency of the air conditioner is improved. In addition, the present invention utilizes the movable panel 20 to open or close the second air inlet 14 and the first air outlet 11 at the same time, and the concept is very ingenious. The selection of the specific mechanism for driving the movable panel 20 to achieve the above-mentioned movement is various, and for example, the driving mechanism may include an up-down translation driving mechanism and a forward-backward push-pull driving mechanism. Or may include a translation mechanism and a rotation mechanism. These driving mechanisms are all common mechanisms in the air conditioning field, and are not described in detail herein.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 5 to 7, the bottom of the casing 10 may be provided with a second air supply outlet 12 which is open downwards and connected to the air duct 15. The second air supply outlet 12 can supply air to the lower part of the indoor machine of the wall-mounted air conditioner. The downward air supply in the heating mode is more favorable for accelerating the temperature rising speed of the lower-layer space of the house, so that the human body can feel the heating effect more quickly.
The wall-mounted air conditioning indoor unit further includes a wind deflector 60, and the wind deflector 60 is rotatably installed at the cabinet 10 to open or close the second blowing port 12 and guide the blowing direction of the second blowing port 12. Further, an air guide mechanism such as a flap assembly may be attached to the second air supply port 12.
Therefore, the wall-mounted air conditioner indoor unit provided by the embodiment of the invention can run in the following modes.
Polymerization air supply mode: as shown in fig. 5, the air deflector 60 closes the second air supply outlet 12, the movable panel 20 opens the second air inlet 14 and the first air supply outlet 11, and the air is supplied by the first air supply outlet 11 in an upward manner, so that the air flow avoids the human body and is scattered downwards after reaching the highest point, thereby realizing a "shower type" refrigeration experience. When the air conditioner operates in a refrigeration mode, air can be supplied according to a polymerization air supply mode.
A lower air supply mode: as shown in fig. 6, the air guide plate 60 opens the second air blowing port 12, closes the movable panel 20, and blows air downward through the second air blowing port 12. When the air conditioner operates in a heating mode, air can be supplied according to a lower air supply mode, so that the heating speed is accelerated.
The maximum air supply mode is as follows: as shown in fig. 7, the second air blowing port 12 is opened by the air deflector 60, the second air inlet 14 and the first air blowing port 11 are opened by the movable panel 20, the air is blown upward by the first air blowing port 11, and the air is blown downward by the second air blowing port 12. When the air conditioner operates in a cooling or heating mode, the maximum air supply mode can be selected.
Thus, it should be appreciated by those skilled in the art that while a number of exemplary embodiments of the invention have been illustrated and described in detail herein, many other variations or modifications consistent with the principles of the invention may be directly determined or derived from the disclosure of the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Accordingly, the scope of the invention should be understood and interpreted to cover all such other variations or modifications.

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1. An indoor unit of a wall-mounted air conditioner, comprising:
the air conditioner comprises a shell, a fan and a fan, wherein the shell is limited with a first air supply outlet and an air duct connected with the first air supply outlet, and the inner wall of the air duct close to the first air supply outlet is in a tapered shape with a gradually-reduced overflowing section along the airflow direction; and
the guide piece is arranged in the air duct and limits an air outlet gap with the inner wall of the air duct so as to guide the airflow blowing to the first air supply outlet to the inner wall of the air duct and enable the airflow to gradually converge towards the airflow center and flow out of the first air supply outlet under the guidance of the gradually reduced part of the inner wall of the air duct; and is
The outlet of the air duct close to the first air supply opening is in a strip shape, the length direction of the outlet is parallel to the transverse direction of the shell, the flow guide piece is in a rod shape and extends along the transverse direction of the shell, and the air outlet gap is defined by the flow guide piece and the inner walls of the upper side and the lower side of the air duct;
the first air supply outlet is arranged at the front part of the casing, and the casing is configured to enable the uplifting angle of the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap to be larger than the downward inclination angle of the airflow at the top section of the air outlet gap, so that the airflow at the bottom section of the air outlet gap drives the airflow at the other sections to jointly flow upwards forwards and upwards.
2. The wall-mounted indoor unit of air conditioner of claim 1, wherein
The number of the first air supply outlets is multiple, and the first air supply outlets are arranged along the transverse direction of the shell; or
The number of the first air supply outlet is one, and the first air supply outlet is long-strip-shaped, and the length direction of the first air supply outlet is parallel to the transverse direction of the shell.
3. The wall-mounted indoor unit of air conditioner of claim 1, wherein
The contoured surface of the baffle includes a curved forward surface that projects forwardly and a "V" shaped rear surface that projects rearwardly.
4. The wall mounted indoor air conditioner of claim 1, further comprising:
and a movable panel movably installed at a front side of the casing to open or close the first blowing port.
5. The wall mounted indoor unit of claim 4, wherein
The top of the shell is provided with a first air inlet, the front of the shell is provided with a second air inlet, and the second air inlet is positioned above the first air supply outlet; and is provided with
The movable panel has a closed position closing the second air intake opening and the first air blowing opening, and an open position moved upward from the closed position and tilted forward at an upper end to open the first air blowing opening and the second air intake opening.
6. The wall-mounted indoor unit of air conditioner of claim 1, wherein
And a second air supply outlet which is opened downwards and is connected with the air duct is formed in the bottom of the shell.
7. The wall mounted indoor air conditioner of claim 6, further comprising:
and the air deflector is rotatably arranged on the shell and used for opening or closing the second air supply outlet and guiding the air supply direction of the second air supply outlet.
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