CN112426310A - Medical tower bridge brake mechanism - Google Patents

Medical tower bridge brake mechanism Download PDF

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CN112426310A
CN112426310A CN202011324215.0A CN202011324215A CN112426310A CN 112426310 A CN112426310 A CN 112426310A CN 202011324215 A CN202011324215 A CN 202011324215A CN 112426310 A CN112426310 A CN 112426310A
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陶晓旺
宣琎
黎群华
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61GTRANSPORT, PERSONAL CONVEYANCES, OR ACCOMMODATION SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR PATIENTS OR DISABLED PERSONS; OPERATING TABLES OR CHAIRS; CHAIRS FOR DENTISTRY; FUNERAL DEVICES
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Abstract

The invention discloses a medical bridge tower, which comprises: the guide rail, remove the mobile device who joins in marriage the guide rail, and the brake equipment of fixed configuration on the mobile device, brake equipment includes: the brake assembly is fixed on the mobile equipment and is matched and connected with the guide rail to realize the braking of the mobile equipment; the handle assembly is connected with the brake assembly, the handle assembly receives driving force to regulate and control the brake assembly, when the handle assembly receives upward driving force, the brake assembly is matched and connected with the guide rail, and the mobile equipment is in a brake state; when the handle assembly receives downward driving force, the brake assembly is far away from the guide rail, and the moving equipment is in a free moving state. According to the invention, by arranging the brake assembly and the handle assembly, the movable equipment can be in a brake state or a free movement state by applying upward or downward force to the handle assembly, and the operation is simple and rapid.

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Medical tower bridge brake mechanism
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of medical equipment, in particular to a medical bridge tower.
Background
The existing medical tower bridge is not provided with a box body module, a pure mechanical braking mode is generally adopted for the horizontal linear movement of an equipment supporting frame, the pure mechanical braking mode is generally a structural mode of knob screws, the supporting frame can be fixed by tightening the screws, the drifting is prevented, and the linear movement of the frame can be realized by loosening the screws.
The operation is troublesome and time-consuming by tightening or loosening the screws to effect braking or releasing of the support frame, and the screws do not clearly indicate whether the mechanical brake is in a braking state or a freely movable state.
Disclosure of Invention
Aiming at the defects of the prior art, the invention provides a medical tower bridge brake mechanism which is simple and quick to operate.
In order to achieve the purpose, the invention adopts the following technical scheme: a medical bridge tower comprising a guide rail, a mobile rig movably coupled to the guide rail, and a brake apparatus fixedly disposed on the mobile rig, the brake apparatus comprising: the brake assembly is fixed on the mobile equipment and is matched and connected with the guide rail to realize the braking of the mobile equipment; the handle assembly is connected with the brake assembly, receives driving force to regulate and control the brake assembly, and when the handle assembly receives upward driving force, the brake assembly is matched and connected with the guide rail, and the mobile equipment is in a brake state; when the handle assembly bears the downward driving force, the brake assembly is far away from the guide rail, and the moving equipment is in a free moving state.
Furthermore, the guide rail is provided with a wedge-shaped groove, and the brake assembly is provided with a brake block matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove.
Furthermore, the brake block is including fixed wedge and the connecting seat as an organic whole, the cross section of wedge is trapezoidal, the wedge with the wedge groove connects in pairs.
Furthermore, brake subassembly still be equipped with the guide post and with guide post swing joint's fixed plate, the fixed plate is fixed in the removal frame of moving equipment, the guide post top is fixed in the brake block.
Further, the brake assembly is still established including the cover compression spring on the guide post, compression spring set the fixed plate with between the brake block.
Further, brake subassembly still includes connection base, connection base is formed with connecting grooves, the brake block is fixed in connecting grooves.
Furthermore, the handle assembly comprises a connecting plate connected with the guide column and a release handle connected with the connecting plate, the release handle is pressed downwards, and the release handle drives the brake block to be far away from the wedge-shaped groove; and lifting the release handle upwards, wherein the release handle drives the brake block to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove.
Further, the handle assembly includes: the connecting rod is connected with the brake block, the connecting piece is connected with the connecting rod, and the brake handle is connected with the connecting piece; and the brake handle is lifted upwards, and drives the brake block to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove.
Further, the handle assembly includes: the brake device comprises a connecting wire connected with a brake block, a connecting support rod fixed on a moving frame of the moving equipment, and a release handle arranged on the connecting support rod, wherein the connecting wire penetrates through the connecting support rod to be connected with the release handle, the release handle is pulled downwards, and the release handle drives the brake block to be separated from the wedge-shaped groove; and the release handle is pulled upwards, and the release handle drives the brake block to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove.
Furthermore, the release handle is movably sleeved on the connecting support rod, the connecting support rod is provided with a stop block, the release handle is provided with a stop groove, the release handle is pulled downwards, and the stop block is clamped in the stop groove.
Compared with the prior art, the invention has the advantages that:
according to the invention, the brake component and the handle component are arranged, the brake state and the free movement state of the mobile equipment can be rapidly switched through the handle component, and the operation is simple and rapid; the wedge-shaped groove and the brake block matched with the wedge-shaped groove are arranged on the guide rail, mechanical braking of the bridge tower moving equipment is realized through matching of the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove of the guide rail, and the structure is simple; the matching force of the matched connection of the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove is provided by the compression spring, and the matching force between the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove can be adjusted by adjusting the angle between the top surface of the brake block and the wedge-shaped surface or the elastic force of the compression spring, so that the brake is firm; the mobile equipment can be in a free moving state or a braking state by applying an upward force or a downward force to the handle assembly, the operation is simple, and the braking assembly is displayed in the braking state or the free moving state.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic view of the overall assembly of the medical pylon of the invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic assembly view of the brake device and the mobile equipment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of the guide rail of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural diagram of the mobile equipment of the medical bridge tower of the invention.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of the mobile equipment of the medical bridge tower of the invention.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of a brake block of the medical bridge tower of the invention.
Fig. 7 is a schematic structural view of the connection base of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 8 is a schematic structural view showing a freely moving state of the brake device according to the first embodiment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 9 is a structural diagram illustrating a braking state of the braking device according to the first embodiment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 10 is a schematic structural view of a connecting plate in a first embodiment of the medical pylon of the invention.
Fig. 11 is a schematic structural view of a brake device of a second embodiment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 12 is a schematic structural view of a brake device of a medical bridge tower according to an embodiment of the invention.
Fig. 13 is a cross-sectional view of a vertical post and release handle of a third embodiment of the medical pylon of the invention.
Fig. 14 is a partial structural schematic view of a vertical rod in a third embodiment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Fig. 15 is a schematic structural view of a portion of a release handle in a third embodiment of a medical pylon according to the invention.
Fig. 16 is a schematic structural view of a handle housing of a mobile device in a third embodiment of the medical bridge tower of the present invention.
Detailed Description
The following non-limiting detailed description of the present invention is provided in connection with the preferred embodiments and accompanying drawings. In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "center", "longitudinal", "lateral", "length", "width", "thickness", "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", "clockwise", "counterclockwise", "axial", "radial", "circumferential", etc., indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientation or positional relationships shown in the drawings. Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include at least one such feature. In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means at least two, e.g., two, three, etc., unless specifically limited otherwise. The embodiments described below with reference to the drawings are illustrative and intended to be illustrative of the invention and are not to be construed as limiting the invention.
As shown in fig. 1 and 2, a medical bridge tower according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a guide rail 1, a mobile device 2 capable of moving along the guide rail (1), and a brake device 3 fixedly disposed on the mobile device 2, wherein the brake device 3 includes a brake component 4 fixed on the mobile device 2 and a handle component 5 connected to the brake component 4, and the brake component 4 is coupled to the guide rail 1 to implement braking of the mobile device 2; the handle component 5 receives driving force to regulate the brake component 4 so that the brake component 4 is matched and connected with the guide rail 1 or the brake component 4 is far away from the guide rail 1, the handle component 5 receives upward driving force, the brake component 4 is matched and connected with the guide rail 1, and the mobile equipment 2 is in a braking state; the manual assembly 5 receives downward driving force, the brake assembly 4 is far away from the guide rail 1, and the moving equipment 2 is in a free moving state. By applying upward or downward force to the handle assembly 5, the mobile device 2 can be in a braking state or a freely moving state, and the operation is simple and quick.
As shown in fig. 3, a slide rail 10 and a wedge-shaped groove 12 are disposed on both sides of the guide rail 1, the slide rail 10 extends along the length direction of the guide rail 1, and the moving device 2 is slidably coupled to the slide rail 10 and moves along the slide rail. The wedge-shaped groove 12 is opened on the upper side wall 13 of the slide rail 10 and extends along the length direction of the guide rail 1.
As shown in fig. 4, the moving equipment 2 includes a moving frame 20 and a moving roller 23, and a receiving cavity 25 is formed inside the moving frame to receive a part of the components of the brake device 3 and a part of the components of the moving equipment 2. The bottom plate 21 of the moving frame 20 is opened with a through hole 24 for passing a cable, an air pipe, etc. The moving rollers 23 are fixed to the support plates 22 at both sides of the moving frame 20. Preferably, there are 4 moving rollers 23, and two sets of the moving rollers are symmetrically fixed on the supporting plates 22 at both sides of the moving frame 20. The moving roller 23 is disposed in the slide rail 10 of the guide rail 1, and the slide rail 10 rolls.
The brake assembly 4 is disposed on the support plate 22 of the moving frame 20 and is disposed between two moving rollers 23 of the same set. The brake assembly 4 includes a brake block 40, a guide post 45, a fixing plate 47 and a compression spring 46. The brake blocks 40 are coupled with the wedge grooves 12 to generate a frictional force to brake the moving equipment 2. When the release handle 5 drives the brake block 40 to be matched with the wedge-shaped groove 12, the mobile equipment 2 is in a braking state, and the mobile equipment 2 cannot move along the slide rail 10, as shown in fig. 9; when the brake block 40 is driven away from the wedge-shaped groove 12 by the release handle 5, the moving equipment 2 is in a free moving state, and the moving equipment 2 can move along the slide rail 10, as shown in fig. 8. As shown in fig. 6, the brake block 40 is elongated and includes a wedge 41 and a connecting seat 42 fixed together, the cross section of the wedge 41 is trapezoidal, and the wedge 41 is connected with the wedge groove 12. The brake block 40 is made of soft material, such as silica gel or rubber.
As shown in fig. 5, the fixing plate 47 is fixed to the support plate 22 of the moving frame 20, and the fixing plate 47 and the support plate 22 are fixed by screws or bolts. The fixing plate 47 is further provided with a sliding hole 470, the guide post 45 is movably arranged in the sliding hole 470 of the fixing plate 47, and the fixing plate 47 limits the guide post 45 through the sliding hole 470, so that the guide post 45 can only move up and down in the sliding hole 470. The top end of the guide post 45 is fixedly connected with the brake block 40. Preferably, there are 2 guide posts 45, and 2 guide posts 45 are arranged in parallel at intervals.
The compression spring 46 is sleeved on the guide post 45 and arranged between the fixing plate 47 and the brake block 40. The engaging force between the brake shoe 40 and the wedge groove 12 is provided by the compression spring 46, and since the cross section of the wedge 41 of the brake shoe 40 is trapezoidal, i.e. wedge-shaped, the positive pressure of the contact surface of the wedge 41 and the wedge groove 12 is several times of the spring force of the compression spring 46, and the multiple is determined by the angle a between the top surface 410 of the wedge 41 and the wedge surface 411.
The brake assembly 4 further includes a connecting base 44, the connecting base 44 is formed with a connecting groove 440, and the connecting seat 42 of the brake block 40 is fixed in the connecting groove 440 by interference fit, riveting or gluing. In order to connect the brake block 40 and the connecting base 44 more stably, an adapting block 441 may be disposed on the connecting base 44, a matching hole 43 is opened at the base of the connecting base 42 of the brake block 40, and the adapting block 441 is adapted in the matching hole 43. The bottom of the connecting base 44 is provided with a long hole 442, and a shoulder screw passes through the long hole 442 to fixedly connect the guiding post 45 and the brake block 40.
As shown in fig. 5, the medical bridge tower is further provided with a conduction elastic sheet 7, the conduction elastic sheet 7 is always matched with the lower surface 11 of the sliding groove 12, and therefore the mobile device 2 is ensured to be electrically conducted with the guide rail 1.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 6, the handle assembly 5 comprises a connecting plate 50 and a release handle 55 connected to the connecting plate 50, the connecting plate 50 is connected to the brake assembly 4, the release handle 55 is pressed downward, and the release handle 55 drives the brake block 40 to disengage from the wedge-shaped groove of the guide rail 1, so that the moving device 2 can move along the slide rail 10; the release handle 55 is lifted upwards, the release handle 55 drives the brake block 40 to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove 12, so that the mobile equipment 2 is in a brake state, the release handle 55 is pressed downwards or lifted upwards, the mobile equipment 2 can be in a free moving state or a brake state, and the operation is simple and rapid.
As shown in fig. 10, the connecting plate 50 is Z-shaped and includes an upper connecting plate 51, a lower connecting plate 53 and a middle plate 52, the middle plate 52 is fixed between the upper connecting plate 51 and the lower connecting plate 53, the upper connecting plate 51 is fixedly connected to the bottom ends of the guide posts 45, the upper connecting plate 51 is provided with fixing holes 510, and the guide posts 45 are fixed in the fixing holes 510. The lower connecting plate 53 is provided with a threaded hole 530, and the lower connecting plate 53 is fixedly connected with the release handle 55 through a screw or a bolt.
The release handle 55 comprises a pressing rod 54 and a connecting rod 56 which are connected at a right angle, and the positions of the pressing rod 54 and the connecting rod 56 are in arc transition connection. The bottom plate 21 of the moving frame 20 is opened with a connecting hole 25, the connecting rod 56 passes through the connecting hole 25 to be connected with the lower connecting plate 53 of the connecting plate 50, and the connecting rod 56 and the lower connecting plate 53 are connected by a screw or a bolt. The pressing rod 54 bears pressure to drive the brake block 40 to be separated from the wedge-shaped groove 12 against the spring force, so that the brake device 3 is in a free movement state; when the pressing force applied to the pressing rod 54 is removed, the brake shoes 40 are engaged with the wedge grooves 12 by the spring force of the compression springs 46, so that the brake apparatus 3 is in a braking state. The release handle 55 is provided with a latch (not shown) having elasticity, and the connection hole 25 is provided with a latch groove (not shown) which is engaged with the latch to stabilize the release handle 55 in a moving state. When the brake device 3 is in the braking state, the pressing rod 54 of the release handle 55 is in the horizontal state; when the brake device 3 is in the freely moving state, the pressing lever 54 of the release handle 55 is in the inclined state, and the current state of the moving equipment 2 can be determined by whether the pressing lever 54 of the release handle 55 is in the horizontal state or the inclined state.
In the second embodiment, as shown in fig. 11, the handle assembly 5 comprises a connecting member 61, a brake handle 65 connected with the connecting member 61, and a connecting rod 60 respectively connected with the connecting base 44 and the connecting member 61, the brake handle 65 is pressed downwards, and the brake block 40 is driven by the brake handle 65 to be separated from the wedge-shaped groove of the guide rail 1, so that the mobile device 2 can move along the slide rail 10; the brake handle 65 is lifted upwards, the brake handle 65 drives the brake block 40 to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove 12, so that the mobile equipment 2 is in a brake state, the mobile equipment 2 can be in a free moving state or a brake state by pressing downwards or lifting upwards the brake handle 65, and the operation is simple and rapid.
The connecting member 61 includes a first connecting plate 62, a second connecting plate 63, a third connecting plate 64 and a stabilizing plate 66, and the first connecting plate 62 and the third connecting plate 64 are connected with the brake handle 65 through screws or bolts. The second connecting plate 63 and the securing plate 66 are each disposed between the first connecting plate 62 and the third connecting plate 64, the second connecting plate 63 is fixedly connected to the first connecting plate 62, the third connecting plate 64 and the connecting rod 60, respectively, and the second connecting plate 63 is substantially in the shape of a letter "convex" with its convex portion fixedly connected to the connecting rod 60. The stabilizing plate 66 is in a concave shape, two ends of the upward bulge of the stabilizing plate are movably connected with the first connecting plate 62 and the second connecting plate 63 respectively, and a bottom horizontal plate of the stabilizing plate is fixedly connected with the bottom plate 21 of the movable frame 20.
The connecting member 61 further includes a connecting column 67, and the stabilizing plate 66, the first connecting plate 62 and the third connecting plate 64 may be provided with bearing holes (not shown), a bearing (not shown) is disposed in the bearing hole, the connecting column 67 is disposed in an inner ring of the bearing, and the connecting column 67 is rotatably connected to the stabilizing plate 66, the first connecting plate 62 and the third connecting plate 64 through the bearing.
The brake handle 65 is identical in structure to the release handle 55 of the first embodiment and will not be described in detail.
In the third embodiment, as shown in fig. 11, the handle assembly 5 comprises a connecting wire 30 connected with the brake block 40, a connecting rod 31 fixed on the moving frame 20, and a release handle 34 arranged on the connecting rod 31, wherein the connecting wire 30 passes through the connecting rod 31 to be connected with the release handle 34, the release handle 34 is pulled downwards, and the release handle 34 drives the brake block 40 to be separated from the wedge-shaped groove 12, so that the moving device 2 is in a free moving state; the release handle 34 is pulled upwards, the release handle 34 drives the brake block 40 to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove 12, so that the mobile equipment 2 is in a brake state, the mobile equipment 2 can be in a free moving state or a brake state only by pulling the release handle 34 downwards or upwards, and the operation is simple and rapid.
The connecting wire 30 can be directly and fixedly connected with the brake block 40, and can also be fixedly connected with the connecting base 44. The connecting wire 30 can be limited on the movable frame 20 by the limiting clip, so that the connecting wire 30 is prevented from moving left and right.
The connecting rod 31 comprises a cross rod 32 and a vertical rod 33, a wire cavity 410 for accommodating the connecting wire 30 is formed inside the cross rod 32 and the vertical rod 33, the cross rod 32 is fixedly connected with the moving frame 20, and a wire hole (not shown) is further formed in the cross rod 32, so that the connecting wire passing through the through hole 24 of the moving frame 20 can enter the cavity of the cross rod 32. As shown in fig. 14, the vertical rod 33 is fixedly connected to the cross rod 32, a sliding groove 330 is formed at a connecting portion of the vertical rod 33 and the release handle 34 to accommodate a portion of the release handle 34, and the sliding groove 330 is communicated with the wire cavity 310 of the vertical rod 33.
As shown in fig. 13 or 16, the release handle 34 is movably sleeved on the connecting rod 31, the release handle 34 includes a handle housing 345, the handle housing 345 is movably sleeved on the connecting rod 31, the handle housing 345 is provided with a stop groove 346, the vertical rod 33 is provided with a stop block 331, the release handle 34 is pulled downwards, and the stop block 331 is clamped in the stop groove 346, so that the brake mechanism is stabilized in a release state, and the mobile device 2 can slide along the guide rail 1. When the mobile equipment 2 is in a braking state, the stopper 331 is exposed to the outside of the handle case 345; when the mobile equipment 2 is in the release state, i.e., the freely movable state, the handle housing 345 is wrapped around the stopper 331, so that it is possible to clearly judge the current state of the mobile equipment 2 from whether the stopper 331 is exposed outside the release handle 34.
As shown in fig. 14 and 15, the release handle 34 further includes a connection securing plate 343, and the connection securing plate 343 is secured to the handle housing 345. Optionally, the handle housing 345 is provided with a locking groove 347 corresponding to the connecting fixing plate 343, and the connecting fixing plate 343 is locked in the locking groove 347. The release handle 34 further includes a slider 342 and a clamping member 341 fixed to the connection fixing plate 343, and both the slider 342 and the clamping member 341 extend into the slide groove 330 and are movable along the slide groove 330. Preferably, the release handle 34 is provided with two sliders 342 respectively disposed at upper and lower ends of the holder 341.
The release handle 34 further comprises a fixing block 340 disposed in the cavity of the vertical rod 33, the fixing block 340 is used for fixing the connection line 30, and the fixing blocks 340 and 341 are fixedly connected.
The invention has the beneficial effects that:
according to the invention, the brake component and the handle component are arranged, the brake state and the free movement state of the mobile equipment can be rapidly switched through the handle component, and the operation is simple and rapid; the guide rail is provided with the wedge-shaped groove and the brake block matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove, the mechanical brake of the bridge tower moving equipment is realized through the matching and connection of the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove of the guide rail, and the structure is simple; the matching force of the matched connection of the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove is provided by the compression spring, and the matching force between the brake block and the wedge-shaped groove can be adjusted by adjusting the angle between the top surface of the brake block and the wedge-shaped surface or the elastic force of the compression spring, so that the brake is firm; the brake block is matched with the wedge-shaped groove or is far away from the wedge-shaped groove by applying upward force or downward force to the handle assembly, so that the mobile equipment is in a free moving state or a braking state, the operation is simple, and the braking state or the free moving state of the brake assembly can be obviously displayed.
The above-mentioned embodiments only express several embodiments of the present invention, and the description thereof is more specific and detailed, but not construed as limiting the scope of the present invention. It should be noted that, for a person skilled in the art, several variations and modifications can be made without departing from the inventive concept, which falls within the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present patent shall be subject to the appended claims.

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1. Medical bridge tower comprising a guide rail (1), a mobile equipment (2) movably coupled to the guide rail (1) and a brake device (3) fixedly arranged on the mobile equipment (2), characterized in that the brake device (3) comprises:
the brake component (4), the brake component (4) is fixed on the mobile equipment (2), and the brake component (4) is matched and connected with the guide rail (1) to realize the brake of the mobile equipment (2);
the handle assembly (5), the handle assembly (5) is connected with the brake assembly (4), the handle assembly (5) receives driving force to regulate and control the brake assembly (4), when the handle assembly (5) receives upward driving force, the brake assembly (4) is matched and connected with the guide rail (1), and the mobile equipment (2) is in a brake state; when the handle assembly (5) bears downward driving force, the brake assembly (4) is far away from the guide rail (1), and the moving equipment (2) is in a free moving state.
2. The medical pylon according to claim 1, wherein the guide rail (1) is provided with a wedge-shaped groove (12), and the brake assembly (4) is provided with a brake block (40) matched with the wedge-shaped groove (12).
3. The medical bridge tower according to claim 2, wherein the brake block (40) comprises a wedge body (41) and a connecting seat (42) which are fixed into a whole, the cross section of the wedge body (41) is trapezoidal, and the wedge body (41) is matched and connected with the wedge groove (12).
4. The medical bridge tower according to claim 2, wherein the brake assembly (4) is further provided with a guide post (45) and a fixing plate (47) movably connected with the guide post (45), the fixing plate (47) is fixed on the moving frame (20) of the moving equipment (2), and the top end of the guide post (45) is fixed on the brake block (40).
5. The medical pylon according to claim 4, wherein the brake assembly (4) further comprises a compression spring (46) fitted over the guide post (45), the compression spring (46) being disposed between the fixing plate (47) and the brake block (40).
6. The medical pylon according to claim 2, wherein the brake assembly (4) further comprises a connection base (44), the connection base (44) being formed with a connection groove (440), the brake block (40) being fixed in the connection groove (440).
7. The medical pylon according to claim 4 or 5, wherein the handle assembly (5) comprises a connecting plate (50) connected to the guide post (45) and a release handle (55) connected to the connecting plate (50), the release handle (55) being pressed downwards, the release handle (55) bringing the brake block (40) away from the wedge-shaped groove (12); and lifting the release handle (55) upwards, wherein the release handle (55) drives the brake block (40) to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove (12).
8. The medical pylon according to claim 2, wherein the handle assembly (5) comprises: the connecting rod (60) is connected with the brake block (40), the connecting piece (61) is connected with the connecting rod (60), the brake handle (65) is connected with the connecting piece (61), the brake handle (65) is pressed downwards, and the brake handle (65) drives the brake block (40) to be far away from the wedge-shaped groove (12); the brake handle (65) is lifted upwards, and the brake handle (65) drives the brake block (40) to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove (12).
9. The medical pylon according to claim 2, wherein the handle assembly (5) comprises: the brake device comprises a connecting wire (30) connected with a brake block (40), a connecting support rod (31) fixed on a moving frame (20) of the moving equipment (2), and a release handle (34) arranged on the connecting support rod (31), wherein the connecting wire (30) penetrates through the connecting support rod (31) to be connected with the release handle (34), the release handle (34) is pulled downwards, and the release handle (34) drives the brake block (40) to be far away from the wedge-shaped groove (12); the release handle (34) is pulled upwards, and the release handle (34) drives the brake block (40) to be matched and connected with the wedge-shaped groove (12).
10. The medical bridge tower of claim 9, wherein the release handle (34) is movably sleeved on the connecting strut (31), the connecting strut (31) is provided with a stop block (331), the release handle (34) is provided with a stop groove (346), the release handle (34) is pulled downwards, and the stop block (331) is clamped in the stop groove (346).
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