CN113951724A - Beverage machine - Google Patents

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CN113951724A
CN113951724A CN202010705847.5A CN202010705847A CN113951724A CN 113951724 A CN113951724 A CN 113951724A CN 202010705847 A CN202010705847 A CN 202010705847A CN 113951724 A CN113951724 A CN 113951724A
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倪祖根
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Lexy Electric Green Energy Technology Suzhou Co Ltd
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47JKITCHEN EQUIPMENT; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; APPARATUS FOR MAKING BEVERAGES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
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    • A47J31/46Dispensing spouts, pumps, drain valves or like liquid transporting devices
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16KVALVES; TAPS; COCKS; ACTUATING-FLOATS; DEVICES FOR VENTING OR AERATING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16KVALVES; TAPS; COCKS; ACTUATING-FLOATS; DEVICES FOR VENTING OR AERATING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16KVALVES; TAPS; COCKS; ACTUATING-FLOATS; DEVICES FOR VENTING OR AERATING
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F16KVALVES; TAPS; COCKS; ACTUATING-FLOATS; DEVICES FOR VENTING OR AERATING
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Abstract

The invention relates to a beverage machine, comprising: the water purifying mechanism comprises a filtering component and a water purifying tank connected with the water outlet end of the filtering component; the heating mechanism is used for heating the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism; the beverage processing mechanism comprises a cup body assembly; a heat preservation container; a water outlet device; the water pump assembly comprises a first water pump and a second water pump, wherein the first water pump is used for pumping out the purified water in the purified water tank and enabling the purified water to flow through the heating mechanism, and the second water pump is used for pumping out the water in the heat preservation container and enabling the water to flow through the heating mechanism; and the valve assembly can selectively control the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism to be conveyed to the water outlet device, the cup body assembly or the heat preservation container. The beverage machine can simultaneously have the functions of water purification, beverage treatment and heat preservation.

Description

Beverage machine
Technical Field
The invention relates to the field of beverage machines, in particular to a beverage machine.
Background
The statements herein merely provide background information related to the present application and may not necessarily constitute prior art.
Along with the improvement of the living demands of people, various beverage machines are more and more widely applied to the daily life of people. Specifically, some drink machines have drink processing functions such as making tea, some drink machines have a water purification function, and some drink machines have a heat preservation function. However, the traditional beverage machine has a single function, and is difficult to meet the diversified demands of people.
Disclosure of Invention
Therefore, there is a need for a beverage machine that can provide both water purification and beverage treatment functions as well as heat preservation.
A beverage maker, comprising:
the water purifying mechanism comprises a filtering component and a water purifying tank connected with the water outlet end of the filtering component;
the heating mechanism is used for heating the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism;
the beverage processing mechanism comprises a cup body assembly;
a heat preservation container;
a water outlet device;
the water pump assembly comprises a first water pump and a second water pump, wherein the first water pump is used for pumping the clean water in the clean water tank out and flowing through the heating mechanism, and the second water pump is used for pumping the water in the heat preservation container out and flowing through the heating mechanism;
and the valve assembly can selectively control the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism to be conveyed to the water outlet device, the cup body assembly or the heat preservation container.
The beverage machine filters raw water through the water purification mechanism so as to have a water purification function; the purified water and other raw materials conveyed into the cup body assembly are processed through the beverage processing mechanism to generate a beverage, namely the beverage processing mechanism has a beverage processing function; the heat preservation container is used for preserving the heat of the purified water heated by the heating mechanism, and the heat preservation function is achieved. Therefore, the beverage machine can simultaneously have the functions of water purification, beverage treatment and heat preservation.
In one embodiment, the water purifying device further comprises a cover casing, wherein the cover casing is provided with an inner cavity, and the water purifying mechanism, the heating mechanism, the heat preservation container, the water pump assembly and the valve assembly are all positioned in the inner cavity of the cover casing; the housing comprises a front panel, and the front panel is provided with a concave area which is concave inwards; the beverage processing mechanism is located on the outer surface of the recessed area of the front panel.
In one embodiment, the heating mechanism is located inside the front panel and is disposed adjacent to the front panel.
In one embodiment, the heat preservation container is positioned at the inner side of the front panel and is arranged adjacent to the front panel;
the housing further comprises a first side panel contiguous with the front panel; the first water pump is positioned on the inner side of the first side panel and is arranged adjacent to the second water pump and the first side panel; the water purifying tank is positioned on the inner side of the front panel and is arranged adjacent to the front panel.
In one embodiment, the heating mechanism, the thermal container and the water pump assembly are all located on the bottom side of the fresh water tank.
In one embodiment, the device further comprises a bottom plate assembly and a raw water tank installation position; the original water tank mounting position and the housing are both fixedly arranged on the bottom plate component; the raw water tank installation position is arranged adjacent to the housing and is positioned on one side of the housing far away from the front panel;
along the arrangement direction of the original water tank installation position and the housing on the bottom plate component, the filtering component is positioned between the purified water tank and the original water tank installation position.
In one embodiment, the valve assembly comprises:
the water-saving device comprises a main body, a water inlet, a first water outlet, a second water outlet and a third water outlet, wherein the main body is provided with a first cavity, a second cavity, a first communication channel for communicating the first cavity with the second cavity, the water inlet is communicated with the first cavity, the first water outlet is communicated with the first cavity, the second water outlet is communicated with the second cavity, and the third water outlet is communicated with the second cavity;
the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be switched between a first state and a second state; the first electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the first communication channel when being in a first state, and the first water outlet is communicated with the first cavity; the first electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the first water outlet when being in a second state, and the first cavity is communicated with the second cavity through the first communication channel; and
the second electromagnetic drainage unit can be switched between a third state and a fourth state; the second electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the third water outlet when being in a third state, and the second water outlet is communicated with the second cavity; the second electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the second water outlet when being in a fourth state, and the third water outlet is communicated through the second cavity;
the first water outlet is communicated with the water outlet device, the second water outlet is communicated with the heat preservation container, and the third water outlet is communicated with the cup body assembly; when the water inlet is filled with water and the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in a first state, the first water outlet is filled with water, and the water flowing out of the first water outlet flows out of the water outlet device; when the water inlet is used for feeding water, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in a second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in a third state, the second water outlet is used for discharging water, and the water flowing out of the second water outlet flows into the heat-preservation container; when the water inlet is used for feeding water, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the third water outlet is used for discharging water, and the water flowing out of the third water outlet flows into the cup body assembly.
In one embodiment, the first electromagnetic drainage unit includes a first rotor, a first coil sleeved on the first rotor, a first plug located in the first cavity and fixedly connected to the first rotor, and a first reset member; the first coil is not electrified, and the first rotor resets under the action of the first resetting piece, so that the first communication channel and the first water outlet are blocked by the first plug; the first coil is electrified, and the first rotor moves to drive the first plug to move, so that the other one of the first communication channel and the first water outlet is plugged by the first plug;
and/or the second electromagnetic drainage unit comprises a second rotor, a second coil sleeved on the second rotor, a second plug positioned in the second cavity and fixedly connected with the second rotor, and a second reset piece; the second coil is not electrified, and the second rotor resets under the action of the second resetting piece, so that one of the second communication channel and the second water outlet is plugged by the second plug; and the second coil is electrified, and the second rotor moves to drive the second plug to move, so that the second communicating channel and the second water outlet are plugged by the second plug.
In one embodiment, the beverage processing mechanism further comprises a water outlet seat arranged at the bottom side of the cup body component; the play water stand includes:
a chassis;
the water outlet nozzle is movably arranged on the bottom frame; the spout moves to switch between a first position and a second position;
a top member having a first connection portion rotatably coupled to the chassis, a second connection portion offset from the first connection portion, and a top portion offset from the first connection portion; the top piece is rotatable to switch the top portion between a top-up position and a fall-back position; when the top is switched from the falling position to the jacking position, jacking the water outlet nozzle to a first position; when the top is switched from the jacking position to the falling position, the water outlet nozzle can be forced to fall back to a second position; and
the electric driving assembly is used for driving the second connecting part of the top piece to move so that the top piece rotates to a top position;
the bottom of the cup body component is provided with a water outlet which is in butt joint with the water outlet nozzle; a valve core is arranged at the water outlet;
when the water outlet nozzle moves from the second position to the first position, the water outlet nozzle drives the valve core to move towards a first direction; the valve core can automatically move towards the second direction after being separated from the driving force of the water outlet nozzle; the first direction is one of a direction along which the water outlet extends and points to the inner cavity of the cup body assembly and a direction along which the water outlet extends and is away from the inner cavity of the cup body assembly, and the second direction is the other of a direction along which the water outlet extends and points to the inner cavity of the cup body assembly and a direction along which the water outlet extends and is away from the inner cavity of the cup body assembly.
In one embodiment, the water collecting assembly with the heat preservation effect is further included.
In one embodiment, the water collection assembly comprises:
the water collecting box is provided with a water collecting cavity and an installation cavity which is sealed and isolated from the water collecting cavity;
the heating component is arranged in the mounting cavity; or, the heating component is arranged on the installation cavity, and the heating component is provided with a pin connected with the installation cavity in a sealing manner.
In one embodiment, the water collection assembly further comprises a heat preservation placing table; the heat preservation placing table is arranged on the water collecting box and is in thermal contact with the heating component.
In one embodiment, the water collection box has an inner cavity; the inner cavity of the water collecting box is provided with a separation wall; the separating wall divides the inner cavity of the water collecting box into a water collecting cavity and an installation cavity.
In one embodiment, the mounting cavity has a top wall and a bottom wall; the heating component is arranged on the top wall of the mounting cavity and is spaced from the bottom wall of the mounting cavity;
the heat preservation placing table, the isolation wall and the cavity wall of the inner cavity of the water collecting box form the installation cavity in a surrounding mode; the surface of the heat preservation placing table, which is enclosed into the installation cavity, forms the top wall of the installation cavity.
In one embodiment, a plug electrically connected with the heating component is fixedly arranged on the water collecting box, and the beverage machine further comprises a socket matched with the plug; the plug is detachably connected with the socket.
In one embodiment, the power adapter is matched with the plug.
In one embodiment, the beverage storage container can be placed on the water collecting box; the beverage storage container comprises a first cup body and a first cup cover matched with the first cup body; the first cup cover is provided with a water inlet hole communicated with the cup cavity of the first cup body; the beverage flowing out of the beverage processing mechanism can directly flow into the beverage storage container through the water inlet hole.
In one embodiment, the fresh water tank has a closed fresh water chamber; the water purifying cavity is provided with a water outlet channel; the beverage machine also comprises a first air duct, and two ends of the first air duct are respectively communicated with the water purifying cavity and the water outlet channel in a sealing way.
In one embodiment, the first air duct can guide the steam flowing through the water outlet channel of the purified water cavity to the purified water cavity.
In one embodiment, the water purifying cavity is provided with an exhaust interface communicated with the water outlet channel, and one end of the first air duct is sleeved on the exhaust interface in a sealing manner.
In one embodiment, the exhaust interface is provided with an exhaust channel communicated with the water outlet channel; the beverage machine further comprises a bottom plate component; the exhaust passage extends in a direction perpendicular to the base plate assembly, and the exhaust passage is located at the top end of the water purifying chamber.
In one embodiment, the heat-preservation container is provided with a closed heat-preservation cavity; the beverage machine also comprises a second air duct, two ends of which are respectively communicated with the heat preservation cavity and the water purification cavity in a sealing way.
In one embodiment, the cup assembly includes a second cup and a second lid that mates with the second cup; the second bowl cover includes:
a cap body having a capping surface; and
the stopper is in sealing fit with at least part of the edge of the covering surface of the cover body; the blocking piece and the cover surface enclose a cut-off groove.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a beverage machine according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic view of a part of the structure of the beverage machine in fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a schematic view of a direction of view in the housing of the beverage maker of fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is a schematic structural view of the beverage maker shown in fig. 1 in another view direction.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural view of the beverage maker shown in fig. 4 with the first side panel removed.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural view of the valve assembly of fig. 3.
Fig. 7 is an exploded view of the valve assembly of fig. 6.
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of the first electromagnetic lead unit of the valve assembly of FIG. 6 in a first state.
Fig. 9 is a cross-sectional view of another cross-section of the valve assembly of fig. 6.
FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of the upper valve body of FIG. 7.
FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view of the lower valve body of FIG. 7.
Fig. 12 is a cross-sectional view of the valve assembly of fig. 6 with the first electromagnetic tap unit in the second state and the second electromagnetic tap unit in the third state.
Fig. 13 is a cross-sectional view of the valve assembly of fig. 6 with the first electromagnetic tap unit in the second state and the second electromagnetic tap unit in the fourth state.
Fig. 14 is a schematic structural view of a water outlet seat according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 15 is a schematic view of the internal structure of the water outlet base shown in fig. 14.
Fig. 16 is a schematic structural view of the rotating member in fig. 15.
Fig. 17 is a schematic view of the structure of the top member of fig. 15.
Fig. 18 is a structural view of the top member of fig. 17 in another direction.
Fig. 19 is a schematic view of the top member of fig. 15 in a raised position.
Fig. 20 is a schematic view of the faucet of fig. 15.
Fig. 21 is a cross-sectional view of the spout of fig. 15.
Fig. 22 is a schematic view of the valve cartridge in the second cup of fig. 2 in a closed state. .
Fig. 23 is a schematic view of the valve cartridge in the second cup of fig. 2 in an open state.
Fig. 24 is a schematic structural view of the water collecting module of fig. 1.
Fig. 25 is an exploded view of the water collection assembly of fig. 24.
Fig. 26 is a schematic structural view of the heat insulating mount in fig. 24.
Fig. 27 is a sectional view taken along a-a of the water collecting assembly shown in fig. 24.
FIG. 28 is a schematic view showing the connection between the two ends of the first air duct and the clean water tank and the water outlet base.
Fig. 29 is a schematic structural view of the water outlet device in fig. 1.
Fig. 30 is a schematic view of another view direction inside the casing of the beverage maker.
Fig. 31 is a schematic structural view of the second lid.
Fig. 32 is a bottom view of the second lid of fig. 30.
Fig. 33 is a schematic structural view of a beverage storage container of the beverage dispenser according to an embodiment of the present invention.
200. A beverage machine; 210. a cup body assembly; 211. a water outlet; 212. a second cup body; 214. a second cup cover; 2125. a valve core; 220. a heat preservation container; 230. a valve assembly; 250. a first water pump; 280. a second water pump; 290. a heating mechanism; 201. a water outlet device; 2011. a water outlet channel; 2013. an exhaust interface; 2014. an exhaust passage; 2015. an outlet; 202. a housing; 2022. a front panel; 2023. a recessed region; 2024. a first side panel; 203. a filter assembly; 204. a water purifying tank; 2041. a water purifying cavity; 2042. A first air duct; 2043. a second air duct; 205. a base plate assembly; 2051. a raw water tank mounting position; 1. a water collection assembly; 101. a water collection box; 1011. a water collection cavity; 1012. an inner cavity; 1013. a mounting cavity; 10131. a top wall; 10133. a bottom wall; 1014. A partition wall; 102. a heat generating component; 103. a heat preservation placing table; 1031. placing the noodles; 104. a seal ring; 1041. a slot; 105. a through groove; 106. a plug; 107. a socket; 108. a connecting channel; 2. a beverage storage container; 21. a first cup body; 23. A first cup cover; 231. a water inlet hole; 310. a cover body; 311. covering the surface; 312. a drainage groove; 313. a first mounting structure; 315. perforating; 317. a groove; 320. a cut-off groove; 330. a stopper; 331. a blocking surface; 332. a first side; 334. a second edge; 333. an outer surface; 10. a main body; 111. a first cavity; 112. a second cavity; 113. a third cavity; 114. a first communicating passage; 115. a second communicating passage; 116. a water inlet; 117. a first water outlet; 118. a second water outlet; 119. a third water outlet; 1111. a middle cavity; 1112. a first accommodating space; 131. a first mover; 133. a first coil; 135. a first plug; 137. a first reset member; 139. a first connecting member; 151. a second mover; 153. a second coil; 155. a second plug; 157. a second reset member; 10. a first baffle; 20. a second baffle member; 30. an upper valve body; 40. a lower valve body; 50. A support frame; 60. a seal ring; 70. a seal member; 80. a framework; 90. pressing a plate; 400. a water outlet base; 410. a chassis; 411. A cup assembly mount; 413. mounting holes; 430. a water outlet nozzle; 431. a drainage channel; 433. a pushing part; 435. a limiting member; 436. an anti-drop part; 450. a top piece; 451. a first connection portion; 453. a second connecting portion; 454. an abutting projection; 455. A top portion; 4551. a via hole; 470. an electric drive assembly; 471. a rotating member; 4711. a protrusion; 4713. recessing; 473. a motor; 490. a cup body assembly identification mechanism; a. a first axis.
Detailed Description
In order to make the aforementioned objects, features and advantages of the present invention comprehensible, embodiments accompanied with figures are described in detail below. In the following description, numerous specific details are set forth in order to provide a thorough understanding of the present invention. This invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "central," "longitudinal," "lateral," "length," "width," "thickness," "upper," "lower," "front," "rear," "left," "right," "vertical," "horizontal," "top," "bottom," "inner," "outer," "clockwise," "counterclockwise," "axial," "radial," "circumferential," and the like are used in the orientations and positional relationships indicated in the drawings for convenience in describing the invention and to simplify the description, and are not intended to indicate or imply that the referenced device or element must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and are not to be considered limiting of the invention.
Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include 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.
In the present invention, unless otherwise expressly stated or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," "secured," and the like are to be construed broadly and can, for example, be fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally formed; can be mechanically or electrically connected; they may be directly connected or indirectly connected through intervening media, or they may be connected internally or in any other suitable relationship, unless expressly stated otherwise. The specific meanings of the above terms in the present invention can be understood by those skilled in the art according to specific situations.
In the present invention, unless otherwise expressly stated or limited, the first feature "on" or "under" the second feature may be directly contacting the first and second features or indirectly contacting the first and second features through an intermediate. Also, a first feature "on," "over," and "above" a second feature may be directly or diagonally above the second feature, or may simply indicate that the first feature is at a higher level than the second feature. A first feature being "under," "below," and "beneath" a second feature may be directly under or obliquely under the first feature, or may simply mean that the first feature is at a lesser elevation than the second feature.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "secured to" or "disposed on" another element, it can be directly on the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. The terms "vertical," "horizontal," "upper," "lower," "left," "right," and the like as used herein are for illustrative purposes only and do not denote a unique embodiment.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this application belongs. The terminology used herein in the description of the present application is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the application. The technical features of the above embodiments can be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the above embodiments are not described, but should be considered as the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features.
As shown in fig. 1 to 32, a beverage machine according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a water purifying mechanism, a heating mechanism 290, a beverage processing mechanism, a thermal container 220, a water outlet 201, a water pump assembly, and a valve assembly 230.
Referring to fig. 1 to 5, the water purifying mechanism includes a filter assembly 203 and a purified water tank 204 connected to an outlet end of the filter assembly 203. The heating mechanism 290 is used to heat the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290. The beverage processing mechanism includes a cup assembly 210. The water pump assembly includes a first water pump 250 for pumping the fresh water in the fresh water tank 204 through the heating mechanism 290, and a second water pump 280 for pumping the water in the insulated container 220 through the heating mechanism 290. The valve assembly 230 selectively controls the delivery of purified water through the heating mechanism 290 to the outlet 201, the bowl assembly 210, or the holding vessel 220.
The beverage machine filters raw water through the water purification mechanism so as to have a water purification function; the purified water and other raw materials conveyed into the cup body assembly 210 are processed by the beverage processing mechanism to generate a beverage, namely, the beverage processing mechanism has a beverage processing function; the heat preservation container 220 is used for preserving heat of the purified water heated by the heating mechanism 290, so that when a user needs hot water with a temperature exceeding a preset temperature, the hot water can be quickly discharged in a large flow, and the time of the user is saved. Therefore, the beverage machine can simultaneously have the functions of water purification, beverage treatment, heat preservation and large-flow quick hot water discharge.
Specifically, the raw water is first filtered by the filter module 203 and then flows into the clean water tank 204 for standby. The clean water in the clean water tank 204 is pumped out by the first water pump 250 and flows through the heating mechanism 290, the heating mechanism 290 determines whether to perform heating treatment according to a control command, and the clean water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 is delivered to the water outlet 201, the cup body assembly 210 or the heat preservation container 220 through the control valve assembly 230. That is, the purified water passing through the heating unit 290 can be directly used for drinking, used for making drinks, or stored in the heat-insulating container 220. The water in the thermal container 220 can also be pumped out by the second water pump 280 and flows through the heating mechanism 290, the heating mechanism 290 determines whether to perform a heating process according to a control command, and the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 is delivered to the water outlet 201, the cup assembly 210 or the thermal container 220 through the control valve assembly 230. The purified water in the heat-insulating container 220 can be heated again, and the heated purified water can be directly used for drinking, used for making drinks or stored in the heat-insulating container 220 again.
Therefore, in the water dispenser, the water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 is filtered, so that the drinking water directly used for drinking and output by the water outlet 201 is more suitable for drinking. In addition, the filtered water is used for making the beverage, and the taste of the beverage can be better increased.
In addition, it is understood that the heating mechanism 290 is used to heat the purified water flowing therethrough. However, when the heating mechanism 290 is not operated, the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 cannot be heated, so that the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 can be controlled by the valve assembly 230 to be delivered to the water outlet 201, so as to obtain purified water at normal temperature. In addition, if the purified water flowing through the heating means 290 comes from the thermal insulation container 220, purified water with a proper temperature can flow out through the water outlet 201, and drinking is facilitated. Of course, the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 can be controlled to be delivered to the cup assembly 210 through the valve assembly 230 for preparing the beverage, for example, the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 is boiled water, and the cup assembly 210 can be used for making tea.
It can be understood that if the purified water flowing through the heating mechanism 290 comes from the thermal container 220, the purified water in the thermal container 220 can be heated to a higher temperature by the heating mechanism 290 quickly due to its higher temperature, so that the flow rate can be faster. If the purified water flowing through the heating unit 290 comes from the fresh water tank 204, the purified water in the fresh water tank 204 has a temperature substantially close to room temperature, so that the heating by the heating unit 290 takes a long time to reach a desired temperature, and thus the flow rate thereof needs to be slow. Therefore, the pumping rate of the second water pump 280 can be set to be greater than that of the first water pump 250 according to the requirement, so as to meet the requirement of the flow rate.
Optionally, in this embodiment, the first water pump 250 and the second water pump 280 are both diaphragm pumps, which can better avoid the leakage of the water flow.
In this embodiment, the filter assembly 203 includes a pre-composite filter element, an RO reverse osmosis filter element, and a post-activated carbon filter element. That is, the raw water is filtered by the preposed composite filter element, the RO reverse osmosis filter element and the postposition active carbon filter element in sequence to form purified water, and the purified water is conveyed to the purified water tank 204. It is understood that in other possible embodiments, the filter element composition of the filter assembly is not limited thereto, and other filter elements meeting the filtering requirement may be adopted, and of course, more or less than three filter elements may be provided according to the filtering effect of the filter elements.
In this embodiment, the beverage machine further includes a housing 202, the housing 202 has an inner cavity, and the water purifying mechanism, the heating mechanism 290, the thermal container 220, the water pump assembly and the valve assembly 230 are all located in the inner cavity of the housing 202 to protect the water purifying mechanism, the heating mechanism 290, the thermal container 220, the water pump assembly and the valve assembly 230 from being damaged by the external environment. In addition, the water purifying mechanism, the heating mechanism 290, the heat preservation container 220, the water pump assembly and the valve assembly 230 are arranged in the inner cavity of the housing 202, and the tidiness of the appearance of the beverage machine can be improved.
The housing 202 includes a front panel 2022, and an outer surface of the front panel 2022 has a recessed region 2023. The beverage disposal mechanism is located on the outer surface of the recessed region 2023 of the front panel 2022. The recessed region 2023 is recessed inward, i.e., the recessed region 2023 is recessed toward the inner cavity of the housing 202. The recessed area 2023 is inwardly recessed, and the beverage treatment mechanism is located the outer surface of the recessed area 2023 of the front panel 2022 to reduce the whole volume of the beverage machine, reduce the occupation space, satisfy the miniaturized demand of beverage machine.
Of course, it can be understood that the recessed region 2023 of the front panel 2022 is recessed inward, and occupies a part of the inner cavity of the housing 202, so that the relative position relationship of the structures disposed in the inner cavity of the housing 202 needs to be properly set.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, the heating mechanism 290 is located inside the front panel 2022, and is disposed adjacent to the front panel 2022; therefore, the distance between the heating unit and the beverage treatment mechanism is reduced, so that the length of a connecting pipe between the heating unit and the beverage treatment mechanism is smaller, on one hand, the conveying distance of the heated purified water is shorter, and the temperature of the purified water conveyed to the beverage treatment mechanism can be better ensured; on the other hand, the space occupied by the connecting pipe between the heating unit and the beverage processing mechanism is smaller.
Further, in this embodiment, the thermal insulation container 220 is located inside the front panel 2022 and is disposed adjacent to the front panel 2022, so as to reduce the distance between the thermal insulation container 220 and the second water pump 280, so that the length of the connection pipe between the thermal insulation container 220 and the second water pump 280 is smaller, and therefore, on one hand, the transportation distance of the thermal insulation water pumped out from the thermal insulation container 220 is shorter, so that the heat loss of the thermal insulation water during transportation is smaller; on the other hand, the space occupied by the connecting pipe between the second water pump 280 and the heat preservation container 220 is small, and the requirement of miniaturization of the beverage machine can be better met.
Further, in this embodiment, the housing 202 further includes a first side panel 2024 adjacent to the front panel 2022, and the first water pump 250 is located inside the first side panel 2024 and is disposed adjacent to both the second water pump 280 and the first side panel 2024, so that the first water pump 250 is closer to the heating mechanism 290, and the length of the connection pipe between the first water pump 250 and the heating mechanism 290 is reduced.
Further, in the present embodiment, the fresh water tank 204 is located inside the front panel 2022 and is disposed adjacent to the front panel 2022. So that the distance between the first water pump 250 and the fresh water tank 204 is small. On one hand, the length of the connecting pipe between the first water pump 250 and the clean water tank 204 can be made smaller, so that the space occupied by the connecting pipe between the first water pump 250 and the clean water tank 204 is smaller, and the phenomenon that the connecting pipe between the first water pump 250 and the clean water tank 204 is easy to bend due to the longer length is also effectively avoided.
Further, in this embodiment, the heating unit 290, the thermal container 220, and the water pump assembly are located on the bottom side of the fresh water tank 204. On one hand, the purified water tank 204 is positioned at the upper side, so that the purified water in the purified water tank 204 is guided to flow through the heating mechanism 290, the load of the first water pump 250 is reduced, and the efficiency and the service life of the first water pump 250 are improved; on the other hand, the heating mechanism 290, the thermal container 220 and the water pump assembly are all positioned at the bottom side of the fresh water tank 204, so that the size of the beverage maker in the direction perpendicular to the depth of the fresh water tank 204 can be smaller on the premise of ensuring the volume of the fresh water tank 204; in yet another aspect, clean-water tank 204 is located on the upper side to facilitate cleaning of clean-water tank 204.
In this embodiment, the beverage machine further includes a bottom plate assembly 205 and a raw water tank installation site 2051. The raw water tank installation position 2051 and the housing 202 are both fixedly arranged on the bottom plate assembly 205. The raw water tank installation position 2051 is disposed adjacent to the housing 202, and the raw water tank installation position 2051 is located on a side of the housing 202 away from the front panel 2022. Namely, the raw water tank mounting position 2051 is located at the tail end of the beverage maker. The installation and the dismantlement of the former water tank are convenient.
Further, in this embodiment, the filter assembly 203 is located between the clean water tank 204 and the original water tank installation position 2051 in the arrangement direction of the original water tank installation position 2051 and the cover 202 on the base plate assembly 205, i.e., M-M direction in fig. 1. Therefore, the raw water tank, the filter assembly 203 and the purified water tank 204 which are arranged on the raw water tank installation position 2051 are sequentially arranged, and the flow of purified water obtained after raw water in the raw water tank is filtered by the filter assembly 203 and stored in the purified water tank 204 is basically consistent, so that the filtering flow is smoother, and connecting pipes for connecting the raw water tank with the filter assembly 203, the filter assembly 203 and the purified water tank 204 are shorter.
In this embodiment, the original water tank installation position 2051 is detachably and fixedly connected to the bottom plate assembly 205. It will be appreciated that the raw water tank mounting location 2051 and the floor assembly 205 may also be fixedly attached, or integrally formed, in alternative embodiments.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, as shown in fig. 6 to 13, the valve assembly 230 includes a main body 110, a first electromagnetic drain unit, and a second electromagnetic drain unit. Specifically, referring to fig. 8 to 12, the main body 110 has a first chamber 111, a second chamber 112, a first communicating channel 114 communicating the first chamber 111 and the second chamber 112, a water inlet 116 communicating with the first chamber 111, a first water outlet 117 communicating with the first chamber 111, a second water outlet 118 communicating with the second chamber 112, and a third water outlet 119 communicating with the second chamber 112.
The first electromagnetic drainage unit can be selectively switched between a first state and a second state to selectively block the first communication channel 114 and the first water outlet 117. When the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state, the first communication channel 114 is blocked, and the first water outlet 117 is communicated with the first cavity 111, so that the fluid entering the first cavity 111 from the water inlet 116 flows out from the first water outlet 117, as shown in fig. 8. When the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, the first water outlet 117 is blocked, and the first cavity 111 and the second cavity 112 are communicated through the first communication channel 114, so that the fluid entering the first cavity 111 from the water inlet 116 flows to the second cavity 112 from the first communication channel 114, see fig. 12 and 13.
The second electromagnetic drainage unit can be selectively switched between a third state and a fourth state to selectively block the second communication channel 115 and the second water outlet 118. When the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the second communication channel 115 is blocked, and the second water outlet 118 is communicated with the second cavity 112, so that the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 flows out from the second water outlet 118, referring to fig. 21. When the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the second water outlet 118 is sealed, and the second cavity 112 and the third water outlet 119 are communicated through the second communication channel 115, so that the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 flows to the third water outlet 119 through the second communication channel 115, and then flows out of the third water outlet 119, referring to fig. 13.
It is understood that the first chamber 111 and the second chamber 112 are communicated, so that the fluid introduced from the water inlet 116 can sequentially flow into the first chamber 111 and the second chamber 112 in case that the first communication passage 114 is not blocked. When the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state, the fluid flows out of the first water outlet 117; when the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the fluid flows out of the second water outlet 118; when the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the fluid flows out from the third water outlet 119.
Therefore, the valve assembly 230 can make the liquid entering from the water inlet 116 flow out from one of the first water outlet 117, the second water outlet 118 and the third water outlet 119 by adjusting the states of the first electromagnetic drainage unit and the second electromagnetic drainage unit, i.e. make the liquid flow out from one of at least three water outlets, so as to achieve the effect of one inlet and multiple outlets. Therefore, the requirement of a complex water path with one inlet and one outlet can be realized by one valve assembly 230, the phenomenon that a plurality of valve assemblies 230 are connected in series or in parallel is avoided, the occupied space is small, and the cost is low.
In this embodiment, the first water outlet 117 is communicated with the water outlet 201, that is, the first water outlet 117 is a water inlet. The second water outlet 118 is communicated with the heat preservation container 210. The third outlet 119 communicates with the bowl assembly 210. Therefore, when the water is fed from the water inlet 116 and the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state, the water is discharged from the first water outlet 117. When the water is fed from the water inlet 116, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the water is discharged from the second water outlet 118, and the water discharged from the second water outlet 118 flows into the heat-insulating container 210. When the water is fed from the water inlet 116, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the water is discharged from the third water outlet 119, and the water discharged from the third water outlet 119 flows into the cup body assembly 210.
Therefore, if the demand of direct drinking exists, the water entering from the water inlet 116 can be made to flow out from the first water outlet 117 by controlling the first electromagnetic drainage unit to be in the first state; if the beverage needs to be processed into tea or fruit juice, the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be controlled to be in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is controlled to be in the fourth state, so that the water entering from the water inlet 116 flows out through the third water outlet 119; if there is no demand for direct drinking or processing into beverages such as tea or fruit juice, the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be controlled to be in the second state and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state only when the heated water is stored in a heat preservation manner, so that the water entering from the water inlet 116 flows out through the second water outlet 118 and flows into the heat preservation container 210 for heat preservation and storage. The beverage machine that this embodiment provided utilizes above-mentioned valve module, combines cup body component, water intaking delivery port and the heat preservation container that sets up for the beverage machine can provide water purification, the multiple liquid of drink, and can provide the water of higher temperature fast, saves the user and connects hot water or the time of steeping the drink.
Further, in the present embodiment, the main body 110 further has a second communication passage 115 communicating with the second cavity 112. The third water outlet 119 is communicated with the second chamber 112 through the second communication passage 115. Therefore, when the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the second water outlet 118 is sealed, and the second cavity 112 and the third water outlet 119 are communicated through the second communication channel 115, so that the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 flows to the third water outlet 119 through the second communication channel 115, and then flows out of the third water outlet 119, referring to fig. 13. And when the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the second communication channel 115 is blocked, so that the second water outlet 118 is communicated with the second cavity 112, and therefore the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 flows out from the second water outlet 118, referring to fig. 12.
Further, in the present embodiment, the main body 110 further has a third cavity 113. The third chamber 113 is communicated with the second chamber 112 through a second communication passage 115, and the third water outlet 119 is directly communicated with the third chamber 113. Therefore, when the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the second water outlet 118 is sealed, and the second cavity 112 and the third cavity 113 are communicated through the second communicating channel 115, so that the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 flows to the third cavity 113 through the second communicating channel 115, and then flows out from the third water outlet 119, referring to fig. 13.
As shown in fig. 7 and 8, in the present embodiment, the main body 110 includes an upper valve body 30, a lower valve body 40 fixedly connected to the upper valve body 30, and a support bracket 50 disposed on a side of the lower valve body 40 away from the upper valve body 30. And the support bracket 50 is fixedly connected with the lower valve body 40. Wherein, the water inlet 116, the first water outlet 117 and the second water outlet 118 are arranged on the upper valve body, and the third water outlet 119 is arranged on the lower valve body. And, the liquid flowing in from the inlet 116 can flow out from one of the first outlet 117, the second outlet 118 and the third outlet 119, so that the upper valve body 30 and the lower valve body 40 have the butt joint of the flow passage and/or the butt joint of the chamber when they are fixedly connected. Therefore, when the upper valve body 30 and the lower valve body 40 are fixedly connected, a sealing structure needs to be arranged between the upper valve body 30 and the lower valve body 40 to prevent water from flowing out from the butt joint position of the upper valve body and the lower valve body. Specifically, in the present embodiment, the sealing structure between the upper valve body 30 and the lower valve body 40 is a sealing ring 60. Of course, the size of the seal ring 60 at different positions can be set as desired. Similarly, in this embodiment, a sealing ring 60 is disposed between the lower valve body 40 and the supporting frame 50. Of course, if the main body is provided with an opening for communicating the cavity or the communication channel with the outside, the opening needs to be sealed while the opening needs to be sealed. Such as seal 70 in fig. 7.
It will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the main body may be in two halves or be split into several components in other ways, so as to satisfy the relationship among the cavity, the flow channel, the water inlet and the water outlet in the present application.
In this embodiment, the first electromagnetic drainage unit includes a first mover 131, a first coil 133 sleeved on the first mover 131, a first plug 135 located in the first cavity 111 and fixedly connected to the first mover 131, and a first resetting member 137; the first coil 133 is not energized, and the first mover 131 is reset under the action of the first resetting member 137, so that the first water outlet 117 is blocked by the first plug 135, that is, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, see fig. 12. The first coil 133 is powered on, and the first mover 131 moves to drive the first plug 135 to move, so that the first communication channel 114 is plugged by the first plug 135, that is, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state, see fig. 8.
Further, in this embodiment, referring to fig. 8, the first electromagnetic drainage unit further includes a first connecting member 139 movably disposed in the first communicating channel 114. Two ends of the first connecting member 139 are respectively and fixedly connected to the first plug 135 and the first mover 131. The first connection member 139 has a sectional area smaller than that of the first communication passage 114 in a direction perpendicular to the direction in which the first communication passage 114 extends. Therefore, when the first plug 135 does not block the first communicating channel 114, the fluid in the first cavity 111 can flow to the second cavity 112 through the space between the first connecting member 139 and the sidewall of the first communicating channel 114.
It should be noted that the first coil 133 needs to be isolated from water, so the first coil 133 cannot be directly located in the first cavity 111. In this embodiment, the first coil 133 is located outside the first cavity 111, and correspondingly, the first mover 131 is also located outside the first cavity 111. The first connecting member 139 connecting the first movable element 131 and the first plug 135 is inserted into the first communicating channel 114, i.e., it is not necessary to additionally provide a through channel for the first connecting member 139, so that the structure of the main body 110 is simpler. In addition, in this embodiment, the first connecting element 139 is spaced from the side wall of the first communicating channel 114, and friction between the first connecting element 139 and the side wall of the first communicating channel 114 can be avoided, so that the first movable element 131 can more smoothly drive the first plug 135 to move.
In this embodiment, the first mover 131 and the first connector 139 are integrally formed. Of course, in another possible embodiment, the first mover and the first connector may also be separately provided and fixedly connect the first mover and the first connector. Or the first rotor and the first connecting piece are connected through other connecting structures, so that the first rotor and the first connecting piece can be linked.
In this embodiment, the main body 110 further has a first accommodating space 1112, and the first accommodating space 1112 is spaced from the first communication channel 114 in a sealing manner, that is, the liquid in the first communication channel 114 does not flow into the first accommodating space 1112. The first mover 131 is partially inserted into the first receiving space 1112, the first coil 133 is disposed in the first receiving space 1112, and the first coil 133 is sleeved on the first mover 131. On the one hand, the first coil 133 is electrified to drive the first mover 131 to move; on the other hand, the fluid can be prevented from flowing to the first accommodating space 1112 to cause the short circuit of the first coil 133. It can be understood that the first accommodating space 1112 is located on a side of the first communicating channel 114 away from the first cavity 111.
In this embodiment, the first restoring element 137 is an elastic element disposed in the first accommodating space 1112. Specifically, the first restoring member 137 has one end abutting the main body 110 and the other end abutting the first mover 131. The first mover 131 moves upward along the view direction shown in fig. 8 under the elastic force of the first restoring member 137 until the first plug 135 plugs the first water outlet 117, so that the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state. Correspondingly, after the first coil 133 is powered on, the first mover 131 overcomes the elastic force of the first resetting member 137 and moves downward along the direction of the view shown in fig. 17 under the magnetic force of the magnetic field generated by the first coil 133, and the first plug 135 plugs the first communication channel 114, so that the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state.
More specifically, in the present embodiment, the first accommodating space 1112 is enclosed by the supporting frame 50. It is understood that, in another possible embodiment, the first accommodating space may be provided on the upper valve body or the lower valve body. Of course, in another feasible embodiment, if the structure of the main body is two-half or is decomposed into a plurality of elements by other decomposition methods, the first accommodating space is disposed on one or more of the elements constituting the main body, and the requirements of the positions and activities of the structures such as the first mover and the first coil are satisfied.
In this embodiment, the frame 80 is further fixedly disposed in the first accommodating space 1112, the frame 80 is disposed on the first rotor 131, and the first coil 133 is disposed on the frame 80. On one hand, the first mover 131 can be inserted into the first accommodating space 1112 more stably, so as to avoid the inclination of the first mover 131; on the other hand, the first mover 131 and the first coil 133 can be isolated from each other by the frame 80.
Specifically, the first piece 137 that resets one end and skeleton 80 butt, skeleton 80 are fixed to be located in first accommodation space 1112 to realize the butt of first piece 137 that resets and support frame 50, realize the butt of first piece 137 and support frame 50 that resets promptly.
In this embodiment, the supporting frame 50 is further provided with a pressing plate 90 for sealing the first accommodating space 1112. On one hand, the support frame 40 and the lower valve body 40 are conveniently in sealed butt joint, and on the other hand, the first coil and other structures except the first mover 131 in the first accommodating space 1112 can be effectively prevented from sliding out of the first accommodating space 1112.
Of course, it can be understood that, in another possible embodiment, the first coil is not powered on, the first mover is reset under the action of the first resetting member, and the first communication channel can also be blocked by the first plug, that is, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state at this time. Correspondingly, the first coil is electrified, the first rotor moves to drive the first plug to move, so that the first water outlet is plugged by the first plug, and at the moment, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state. Of course, in comparison to the valve assembly 230, it is now necessary to adjust the position of the first restoring member to change the direction of the restoring force of the first restoring member acting on the first mover.
In addition, it is understood that, in another possible embodiment, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is not limited thereto, and it is sufficient that the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be switched between the first state and the second state.
In this embodiment, the second electromagnetic drainage unit includes a second mover 151, a second coil 153 sleeved on the second mover 151, a second plug 155 located in the second cavity 112 and fixedly connected to the second mover 151, and a second reset member 157; when the second coil 153 is not energized, the second mover 151 is reset under the action of the second resetting member 157, so that the second water outlet 118 is plugged by the second plug 155, that is, the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, referring to fig. 13. When the second coil 153 is energized, the second mover 151 moves to drive the second plug 155 to move, so that the second communicating channel 115 is plugged by the second plug 155, that is, the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, see fig. 12.
In this embodiment, the second electromagnetic drainage unit and the first electromagnetic drainage unit have the same structure, and are not described herein again. Of course, it is understood that in another possible embodiment, the structures of the second electromagnetic drainage unit and the first electromagnetic drainage unit may be different, and respective flow guiding functions may be achieved.
Of course, in another possible embodiment, the second coil is not energized, the second mover is reset under the action of the second reset piece, and the second communication channel can be plugged by the second plug, that is, the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state. Correspondingly, the second coil is electrified, and the second rotor moves to drive the second plug to move, so that the second water outlet is plugged by the second plug, namely the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state.
In this embodiment, referring to fig. 8 to 10, the main body 110 further includes an intermediate cavity 1111, and the first cavity 111, the intermediate cavity 1111 and the second cavity 112 are sequentially communicated. The first chamber 111 and the intermediate chamber 1111 communicate through the first communication passage 114. The fluid in the first chamber 111 first flows to the middle chamber 1111 through the first communicating path 114, and then flows to the second chamber 112 from the middle chamber 1111. Due to the arrangement of the first connecting member 139, the structure of the first communicating channel 114 can only extend along a straight line, or have a small bending or bending amplitude, so that the first connecting member 139 can move in the first communicating channel 114. Therefore, if the second chamber 112 is directly connected to the first chamber 111 through the first communicating passage 114, the relative positional relationship between the first chamber 111 and the second chamber 112 is limited. In the present application, by the arrangement of the middle chamber 1111, the position of the second chamber 112 can be freely selected according to the requirement, so that the second water outlet 118 can be freely arranged at the required position.
More specifically, the intermediate chamber 1111 communicates with the second chamber 112 through an intermediate communication passage. In addition, since the present embodiment, the middle chamber 1111 is located on the lower valve body 40, and the second chamber 112 is located on the upper valve body 30. The intermediate communication passage includes a first section 102a provided on the lower valve body 40 and a second end 102b provided on the upper valve body 30. First section 102a interfaces with intermediate chamber 1111 and second section 102b interfaces with second chamber 112 such that liquid in intermediate chamber 1111 may flow into second chamber 112 through the intermediate communication channel by the interfacing of first section 102a and second section 102 b.
In this embodiment, the valve assembly 230 further includes a first flow blocking member 10 disposed in the first cavity 111 and partially located on a side of the first plug 135 close to the water inlet 116, so as to prevent the fluid flowing from the water inlet 116 to the first cavity 111 from directly impacting the first plug 135, thereby preventing the first plug 135 from being inclined or deformed due to the impact of the fluid, and ensuring the blocking effect of the first electromagnetic drainage unit in the first state and the second state, respectively.
In this embodiment, the first baffle 10 extends at least partially around the first plug 135. Of course, it will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the first baffle 10 may be located only on the side of the first plug 135 adjacent the water inlet 116.
Similarly, in this embodiment, the valve assembly 230 further includes a second flow blocking member 20 disposed in the second cavity 112 to block the fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 from directly impacting the second plug 155, so as to prevent the second plug 155 from being tilted or deformed due to the impact of the fluid, and to ensure the blocking effect of the second electromagnetic drainage unit in the second state and the third state, respectively.
In this embodiment, the second baffle 20 is also disposed at least partially around the second plug 155. Likewise, in other embodiments, the second flow stop member 20 is not limited to being disposed around the second plug 155, and can prevent fluid flowing into the second cavity 112 from directly impacting the second plug 155.
Specifically, in this embodiment, the beverage machine 200 further includes a heat-insulating container 220 and a cup body 212. The first water outlet 117 is a water inlet, the second water outlet 118 is communicated with the heat preservation container 220, and the third water outlet 119 is communicated with the cup body 212. Therefore, when the water is fed from the water inlet 116 and the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the first state, the water is discharged from the first water outlet 117. When the water is fed from the water inlet 116, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the water is discharged from the second water outlet 118, and the water discharged from the second water outlet 118 flows into the heat preservation container 220. When the water is fed from the water inlet 116, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the water is discharged from the third water outlet 119, and the water discharged from the third water outlet 119 flows into the cup body 212.
Therefore, if the demand of direct drinking exists, the water entering from the water inlet 116 can be made to flow out from the first water outlet 117 by controlling the first electromagnetic drainage unit to be in the first state; if the beverage needs to be processed into tea or fruit juice, the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be controlled to be in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is controlled to be in the fourth state, so that the water entering from the water inlet 116 flows out through the third water outlet 119; if there is no demand for direct drinking or processing into beverages such as tea or fruit juice, the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be controlled to be in the second state and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state only when the heated water is stored in a heat preservation manner, so that the water entering from the water inlet 116 flows out through the second water outlet 118 and flows into the heat preservation container 220 for heat preservation and storage. The beverage machine that this embodiment provided utilizes above-mentioned valve module, combines cup body component, water intaking delivery port and the heat preservation container that sets up for the beverage machine can provide water purification, drink multiple liquid, and can provide the water of higher temperature fast, saves the user and connects hot water or the used time of infusing the drink.
Of course, it will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the relationship between the insulated container and the cup assembly and the water outlet may be readjusted depending on the position of the insulated container and the cup assembly relative to the valve assembly.
As shown in fig. 1 and 14-23, the beverage processing mechanism further includes a water outlet base 400 disposed at the bottom side of the cup body assembly. Specifically, the outlet base 400 includes a base frame 410, a nozzle 430, a top piece 450, and a motorized drive assembly 470. Wherein the nozzle 430 is movably disposed on the bottom frame 410. The nozzle 430 moves to switch between a first position and a second position. The top member 450 has a first coupling portion 451 rotatably coupled to the bottom frame 410, a second coupling portion 453 offset from the first coupling portion 451, and a top portion 455 offset from the first coupling portion 451. The top member 450 is rotatable to switch the top 455 between a raised position and a lowered position. The configuration of the top 455 when it is moved from the retracted position to the raised position raises the spout 430 to the first position, the top 455 being in the raised position and the spout 430 being in the first position is shown schematically in fig. 19 and 23. When the top 455 is switched from the top-up position to the back-down position, the nozzle 430 may be forced to fall back to the second position, the top 455 is in the back-down position, and the nozzle 430 is in the second position, as shown in fig. 15 and 22. The electric driving assembly 470 is used to drive the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 to move so as to rotate the top member 450 to the position where the top member 455 is at the lifted position.
The bottom of the cup body assembly 210 is provided with a water outlet 211 which is in butt joint with the water outlet nozzle 430. A valve core 2125 is arranged at the water outlet 211. When the water nozzle 430 moves from the second position to the first position, the water nozzle 430 drives the valve element 2125 to move in the first direction. The valve element 2125 is automatically moved in the second direction when the valve element is disengaged from the driving force of the nozzle 430. The first direction is a direction extending along the outlet 211 and pointing toward the interior cavity of the bowl assembly 210. The second direction refers to a direction extending along the outlet 211 and away from the interior cavity of the bowl assembly 210.
Specifically, in this embodiment, the nozzle 430 is driven to move from the first position to the second position during movement in a direction extending along the outlet 211 and away from the inner cavity of the cup assembly 210. When the nozzle 430 is in the first position, the valve element 2125 remains open. When the nozzle 430 is in the second position, the valve element 2125 remains automatically closed.
The water outlet seat 400 is arranged to drive the top part 450 to rotate through the electric driving component 470, so that the water outlet nozzle 430 is switched between the first position and the second position, the valve core at the water outlet of the cup body assembly is close to or far away from the inner cavity of the cup body assembly to move, and the valve core is opened or closed, that is, the beverage machine can continuously discharge water without continuously operating the operation button.
Of course, in another possible embodiment, if the valve element 2125 automatically remains open without the action of the nozzle 430, the valve element 2125 remains closed when the nozzle 430 is in the first position. When the nozzle 430 is in the second position, the valve element 2125 remains automatically open.
It should be noted that, in another possible embodiment, when the water outlet nozzle moves from the second position to the first position, the valve core may also be driven to move in the opposite direction, that is, the valve core is driven to move in the direction extending along the water outlet and away from the inner cavity of the beverage container. Correspondingly, the valve core can automatically move towards the direction which is along the extension direction of the water outlet and points to the inner cavity of the drink container after being separated from the driving force of the water outlet nozzle. Specifically, the water outlet nozzle and the valve core can move in opposite directions when the water outlet nozzle drives the valve core to move through a transmission mechanism such as gear rack transmission.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, the first connection portion 451 and the second connection portion 453 are respectively located at two opposite ends of the top member 450, and the top portion 455 is located between the first connection portion 451 and the second connection portion 453. It will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the first and second connection portions are not limited to being located at the two ends of the top piece, respectively. Likewise, the top portion is not limited to being located between the first connection portion and the second connection portion. The rotation that can realize the ejecting through first connecting portion and chassis is connected, the second connecting portion activity through electric drive assembly drive ejecting so that the ejecting rotates to the top and be located the jack-up position can.
In this embodiment, the top member 450 is rotatably connected to the bottom frame 410, so that the top member 450 can be effectively prevented from shifting, and the water outlet nozzle 430 can be more stably driven to switch between the first position and the second position. It also enables top 455 to be more accurately switched between a raised position and a lowered position, such that when top 455 is in the raised position, faucet 430 can be more accurately raised to the first position, and when top 455 is in the lowered position, faucet 430 can be more accurately forced to the second position.
Of course, it is understood that a beverage machine having a water outlet base 400 has a control system that controls the operation of the electric drive assembly 470 upon receiving a command to outlet water.
It should be noted that, referring to fig. 21, the water outlet nozzle 430 has a drainage channel 431 with two open ends. The two ends of the flow guiding channel 431 are respectively a first end 1311 and a fourth end 1313. The water outlet nozzle 430 is used for being in butt joint with a cup body assembly on the beverage machine, and beverage in the cup body assembly flows out from the water outlet nozzle 430. Specifically, a first end 1311 of the drain channel 431 interfaces with the cup assembly. The beverage in the cup assembly flows into the diversion channel 431 from the first end 1311 of the diversion channel 431 and flows out of the fourth end 1313 of the diversion channel 431.
In addition, in this embodiment, when the water outlet nozzle 430 moves from the second position to the first position, the valve element may be pushed to move, so as to change the open/close state of the valve element. Specifically, in this embodiment, a pushing portion 433 is disposed on an inner side wall of the drainage channel 431 of the nozzle 430, and when the nozzle 430 moves from the second position to the first position, the pushing portion 433 abuts against the valve core to push the valve core to move.
Optionally, in this embodiment, the push portion 433 is located entirely within the drainage channel 431 of the spout. Thus, the pushing portion 433 can serve as a drainage function when the beverage in the cup body assembly flows through the drainage channel 431 of the water outlet nozzle 430.
Further, an end of the pushing portion 433 to abut against the valve element is spaced from the first end 1311 of the drain passage 431, that is, an end of the pushing portion 433 close to the first end 1311 of the drain passage 431 is spaced from the first end 1311 of the drain passage 431. On the one hand, the liquid can be more smoothly discharged from the fourth end 1313 of the drainage channel 431; on the other hand, the beverage flowing into the drainage channel 431 can be prevented from flowing out from the first end 1311 of the drainage channel 431, so that the situation that the electric driving component and other structures arranged on the water outlet seat 400 are affected by damp is avoided, the situation that the beverage is attached to the structures such as the top piece and the bottom frame and the like to affect the cleanness of the structures such as the top piece and the bottom frame is also avoided, and the breeding of bacteria and the like is avoided.
In addition, in the present embodiment, two pushing portions 433 are disposed in the drainage channel 431 at intervals along the circumferential direction of the drainage channel 431. Therefore, the hydraulic pressure of the beverage flowing into the drainage channel 431 of the water outlet nozzle 430 can be balanced to a certain extent, and the beverage can flow out from the fourth end 1313 of the drainage channel 431 more smoothly.
In this embodiment, two portions 433 that push away are the same in structure, and the size is equal, and the axis setting of relative drainage channel 431 to when promoting the valve core and removing, can make the axial atress of case balanced, avoid the phenomenon that unilateral atress is concentrated to appear in the case promptly. It will be appreciated that in two other possible embodiments, the number of push portions in the drainage channel is not limited to two. The sizes and the shapes of different pushing parts can be different, and the intervals between the adjacent pushing parts can be the same or different.
Of course, in another possible embodiment, the pushing portion may be disposed at the outer side or end of the water outlet nozzle, and the valve core may be pushed to move. Alternatively, the valve core can be pushed to move directly through the end of the water outlet nozzle.
Of course, in other possible embodiments, the valve core may be driven to move in the opposite direction by movement of the water outlet nozzle 430, such as by providing a gear transmission between the water outlet nozzle and the valve core.
In this embodiment, the movement of the valve core at the water outlet of the cup body assembly is directly controlled by the movement of the water outlet nozzle 430, so as to avoid the use of other elements, thereby making the structure of the water outlet seat 400 simpler.
In the present embodiment, the first connection portion 451 and the second connection portion 453 of the top member 450 are relatively fixed. The first connection portion 451 of the top member 450 rotates relative to the bottom frame 410 about a first axis a, and the electric driving assembly 470 drives the second connection portion 453 of the top member 450 to rotate about the first axis a, so that the top member 450 rotates about the first axis a.
More specifically, in the present embodiment, the first connection portion 451 and the second connection portion 453 of the top member 450 are tilted with respect to the top portion 455. Of course, in other possible embodiments, the first connection portion 451 and the second connection portion 453 of the top piece 450 are not limited to being tilted with respect to the top portion 455. The top member 450 may be formed in any regular or irregular shape, so that the electric driving assembly 470 can drive the second connecting portion 453 to rotate the top member 450.
Of course, in another possible embodiment, if the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion of the top member are relatively unfixed, the second connecting portion of the top member is moved by the electric driving assembly, and is not rotated around the first axis any more.
In this embodiment, the electric driving assembly 470 includes a rotating member 471 rotatably disposed on the base frame 410 and a motor 473 for driving the rotating member 471 to rotate. The rotating member 471 rotates to drive the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 to move, and thus the top member 450 rotates until the top member 455 is at the top position.
Specifically, the rotating member 471 abuts against the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450. The surface of the rotating member 471 which abuts against the top member 450 has a projection 4711. The rotating member 471 rotates such that the tip of the protrusion 4711 abuts against or disengages from the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450. It is understood that when the top end of the protrusion 4711 abuts against the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450, the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 reaches the highest position to be lifted up, so that the top member 450 is held at the lifted-up position. Accordingly, when the second connection part 453 of the top member 450 is disengaged from the top end of the protrusion 4711, the top member 450 may be switched from the lifted position to the fallen position by an external force.
In the present embodiment, of the surfaces of the rotating member 471 abutting against the top member 450, the portions where the protrusions 4711 are not provided are the recesses 4713; the surface of the top member 450 near the rotating member 471 is provided with an abutment projection 454. The rotating member 471 rotates until the projection 4711 abuts against or disengages from the abutment projection 454. After the abutting convex portion 454 is separated from the protrusion 4711, the abutting convex portion 454 can be forced to move to the concave 4713 to the top 455 and be located at the falling position, specifically, the abutting convex portion 454 can be forced to move to abut against the bottom end of the concave 4713. Therefore, the top end of the protrusion 4711 and the bottom end of the recess 4713 can alternatively abut against the abutting protrusion 454, so that the top 455 can be located at the jacking position or the falling position more precisely, and correspondingly, the driving nozzle 430 can be located at the first position or the second position more precisely, thereby ensuring the moving precision of the nozzle 430, and further ensuring the valve core to be kept in an open or closed state better.
In this embodiment, the rotating member 471 is provided with two protrusions 4711 and two recesses 4713, and the protrusions 4711 and the recesses 4713 are annularly arranged around the rotation axis of the rotating member 471 at intervals. So that the top part can be continuously switched between the jacking position and the falling-back position during the rotation of the rotating member 471.
In this embodiment, the center of the protrusion 4711 and the perpendicular to the rotational axis of the rotating member 471 are perpendicular to the rotational axis of the adjacent recess 4713 and rotating member 471. So that the top part can be switched from the jacking position to the falling-back position or from the falling-back position to the jacking position every time the rotating member rotates 90 degrees.
In this embodiment, the protrusion 4711 and the depression 4713 have smooth transitions therebetween, thereby allowing the top to more stably switch between the raised position and the lowered position, and thus allowing the valve cartridge to more smoothly switch between open and closed positions.
Of course, it will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the abutment protrusion 454 may be forced toward the recess 4713 after it disengages from the top end of the protrusion to move the top 455 to the retracted position, and the abutment protrusion may also be forced to abut only the opposing sidewalls of two adjacent protrusions, but not the bottom end of the recess.
In this embodiment, when the rotating member 471 rotates in the preset path, the top end of the protrusion 4711 may be kept abutting against the top member 450, and the top portion 455 is kept at the jacking position, so that the rotating member 471 rotates to any position in the preset path, and the top portion 455 may be kept at the jacking position, thereby reducing the requirement for the rotating precision of the rotating member 471.
Specifically, the top 455 may be held in the lifted position by setting the top end of the protrusion 4711 to a flat surface and abutting the top 450 against the flat surface. And/or the surface of the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 abutting the tip of the boss 4711 is set to be a flat surface, and when the tip of the boss 4711 abuts the flat surface, the top portion 455 is held in the lifted position.
Of course, it will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the projection may also be provided on the surface of the second connecting portion of the top member that abuts the rotating member. The top end of the protrusion is abutted to or separated from the rotating piece through the rotation of the rotating piece, and the top of the ejecting piece is driven by the rotation of the rotating piece to be switched between the ejecting position and the falling position. Furthermore, an abutting convex part can be arranged on the adapter, the abutting convex part on the adapter is abutted or separated from the top end of the protrusion on the second connecting part of the top part through the rotation of the rotating part, and the top of the top part is driven by the rotation of the rotating part to be switched between the jacking position and the falling-back position.
In this application, the rotating member 471 is directly connected to the output shaft of the motor 473, i.e. the motor 473 directly drives the rotating member 471 to rotate. Of course, it is understood that in another possible embodiment, a transmission mechanism may be additionally disposed between the motor 473 and the rotating member 471, such that the motor 473 drives the rotating member 471 to rotate through the transmission mechanism.
In this embodiment, the rotation axis of the rotation member 471 is parallel to the moving direction of the nozzle 430. It is understood that, in another possible embodiment, the rotation axis of the rotation member 471 may not be parallel to the moving direction of the nozzle 430, and the second connection portion 453 of the top member 450 may be driven to move.
In the present embodiment, the surface of the rotating member 471 which abuts against the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 is perpendicular to the rotation axis of the rotating member 471. In another possible embodiment, the surface of the rotating member 471 abutting against the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 may be parallel to the rotation axis of the rotating member 471, or another regular or irregular surface of the rotating shaft, which can drive the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 to move, so that the top member 455 can be switched between the lifted position and the fallen position.
In this embodiment, the rotating member 471 has a cylindrical shape. It is understood that, in another possible embodiment, the rotating member 471 is not limited to be cylindrical, but may be any other regular or irregular shape, and may be rotated to drive the second connecting portion 453 of the top member 450 to move.
In this embodiment, the top 455 is provided with a through hole 4551, and the water outlet nozzle 430 penetrates through the through hole 4551. The outer side wall of the water outlet nozzle 430 is provided with a limiting member 435. When the top 455 is switched from the retracted position to the lifted position, the top 455 abuts against the stopper 435 to drive the nozzle 430 to move from the second position to the first position. That is, the top 455 drives the nozzle 430 to move through the stopper 435. The water outlet nozzle 430 is disposed through the through hole 4551, so that the water outlet nozzle 430 occupies less space outside the bottom frame 410, and the volume of the water outlet seat 400 is reduced, thereby meeting the miniaturization requirement of the water outlet seat 400.
In addition, the water outlet nozzle 430 is inserted into the through hole 4551, so that the stopper 435 is disposed on the outer wall of the water outlet nozzle 430, and the top 455 abuts against the stopper 435, thereby facilitating the movement of the water outlet nozzle 430 and having a simple structure.
It will be appreciated that the top piece 450 rotates to drive the movement of the spout 430. During the rotation of the top member 450, the angle between the depth direction of the through hole 4551 and the moving direction of the water nozzle 430 is changed. Specifically, in the present embodiment, the depth direction of the via 4551 is the extending direction of the inner wall of the via 4551, i.e., the P-P direction shown in fig. 17. When the top 455 of the top piece 450 is in the retracted position, the depth of the through hole 15551 is in the same direction as the movement of the spout 430. When the top 455 of the top member 450 is shifted from the retracted position to the lifted position, the top member 450 rotates, so the inner wall of the through hole 4551 rotates accordingly, the depth direction of the through hole 4551 rotates accordingly, the moving direction of the nozzle 430 does not change, and the angle between the depth direction of the through hole 4551 and the moving direction of the nozzle 430 changes. Therefore, during the rotation of the top member 450, the angle between the depth direction of the through hole 4551 and the moving direction of the water nozzle 430 is changed continuously. Further, as the top piece 450 rotates, the inner wall of the through hole 4551 rotates correspondingly, and the direction of the outer side wall of the nozzle 430 does not change. Therefore, as the top member 450 rotates, the angle between the inner wall of the through hole 4551 and the outer wall of the nozzle 430 changes. It is desirable to have space between the nozzle 430 and the inner wall of the through bore 4551 to accommodate the relative variation of the inner wall of the through bore 4551 with respect to the outer sidewall of the nozzle 430. In other words, the nozzle 430 is spaced from the inner wall of the through hole 4551 so that the top member 450 can rotate.
In this embodiment, the via 4551 is a kidney-shaped hole. On one hand, the change of an included angle between the depth direction of the through hole 4551 and the moving direction of the water outlet nozzle 430 can be realized; on the other hand, the strength of the top piece 450 is prevented from being reduced due to the fact that the through hole 4551 is large; in yet another aspect, the via 4551 is regular in shape and easy to machine. Of course, in another possible embodiment, the through hole is not limited to the kidney-shaped hole, but may be any other regular or irregular shape, and the change of the included angle between the depth direction of the through hole and the moving direction of the water outlet nozzle may be achieved.
In this embodiment, the two limiting members 435 are symmetrically disposed on the water outlet 430, so as to prevent the water outlet 430 from being inclined due to the single-sided limiting member 435, and prevent the water outlet 430 from being damaged due to the single-sided stress concentration. Of course, it is understood that in other possible embodiments, the nozzle 430 is not limited to two retaining members 435, and one or more than two retaining members 435 may be provided. In addition, in the present embodiment, the position-limiting member 435 is a plate-shaped member, and the plate direction is along the radial direction of the water outlet nozzle 430. In other possible embodiments, the shape of the position-limiting member 435 is not limited to a plate shape, but may be any other regular or irregular shape, such as a ring shape, a cylinder shape, and the like.
In this embodiment, the water outlet nozzle 430 is detachably disposed on the bottom frame 410, so that the water outlet nozzle 430 is easily cleaned and the water outlet nozzle 430 is easily replaced. In addition, when the outlet seat is abutted with the cup body assembly, the outlet valve can be opened, so that the liquid in the cup body assembly can flow from the outlet of the cup body assembly to the water outlet nozzle 430. It will be appreciated that the spout 430 is mounted to the chassis 410 and that the spout interfaces with the outlet of the cup assembly. Namely, the two ends of the nozzle 430 are the chassis 410 and the cup body assembly, respectively. Therefore, to removably attach spout 430 to base 410, it is necessary to removably attach spout base 400 to the cup assembly. Thereby facilitating the cleaning of the cup body assembly. In addition, during the cleaning process of the cup body assembly, the phenomenon that the operation of an electric driving assembly and the like on the water outlet seat 400 is affected due to the fact that water is mistakenly splashed onto the water outlet seat 400 can be avoided, and the phenomenon that bacteria grow in a humid environment due to the fact that the bottom frame 410 and the like of the water outlet seat 400 are mistakenly splashed onto the water outlet seat 400 is also avoided, so that the water flowing out of the water outlet seat 400 is guaranteed to be safer and more sanitary. The liquid in the cup body assembly can directly flow into the drinking container after flowing out through the water outlet nozzle 430, namely, the whole flowing path of the beverage in the cup body assembly can flow out only through the water outlet nozzle, and the water outlet nozzle is detachable, so that all parts contacted with the beverage can be cleaned, and the cup body assembly is safe and sanitary.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, a cup assembly mounting member 411 is disposed on the bottom frame 410, and a mounting hole 413 matched with the water outlet nozzle 430 is disposed on the cup assembly mounting member 411. The water outlet nozzle 430 is detachably inserted into the mounting hole 413. More specifically, in the present embodiment, the bottom frame 410 and the cup assembly mounting member 411 form an accommodating space, and the top member 450 and the rotating member 471 are disposed in the accommodating space to protect the top member 450 and the rotating member 471 from being corroded by the external environment.
More specifically, in the present embodiment, the retaining member 436 is disposed on the retaining member 435 to prevent the water nozzle 430 from slipping off the bottom frame 410. After the nozzle 430 is inserted into the mounting hole 413, the retaining part 436 is located between the mounting member 111 and the top member 450, and the retaining part 436 is blocked by the mounting member 111 to prevent the nozzle 430 from being removed. It is understood that when the nozzle 430 is inserted into the mounting hole 413, a portion of the nozzle 430 around the retaining portion 436 is slightly deformed, or an inner wall of the mounting hole 413 of the cup assembly mounting member 411 is slightly deformed, so that the nozzle 430 can be inserted into the mounting hole 413. When the nozzle 430 is pulled out of the mounting hole 413, a portion of the nozzle 430 around the retaining portion 436 slightly deforms or an inner wall of the mounting hole 413 of the cup assembly mounting member 411 slightly deforms, so that the nozzle 430 can be pulled out of the mounting hole 413, thereby achieving detachable connection of the nozzle 430 and the base frame 410.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, two opposite outer surfaces of each limiting member 435 are respectively provided with one anti-falling portion 436, and the anti-falling portions 436 are protruding points. It is understood that, in another possible embodiment, the number and shape of the anti-falling off parts 436 on each limiting member 435 are not limited thereto, that is, one or more than two anti-falling off parts 436 may be provided on each limiting member 435, and the anti-falling off parts 436 may also be in a regular or irregular shape such as a column shape.
In this embodiment, the second connection portion 453 of the top member 450 is driven to rotate by the electric driving assembly 470, so that the top portion 455 is switched from the falling position to the jacking position. The top 455 is switched from the lifted position to the fallen position by the weight of the top 450 itself and the pressure exerted on the top 450 by the spout 430. Of course, in an alternative embodiment, the top member may be switched from the top position to the fall-back position only by its own weight during rotation of the second connecting portion.
Alternatively, in another possible embodiment, the second connecting portion of the top member 450 may be driven to rotate by the electric driving assembly, so that the top member is switched between the fall-back position and the jacking position. Such as by an electric drive assembly driving the second connecting portion of the top member in a reciprocating motion to switch the top member between the lowered position and the raised position.
In this embodiment, the bottom frame 410 is provided with a cup assembly recognition mechanism 490 for recognizing whether the cup assembly is mounted in place. Specifically, the cup assembly identification mechanism 490 includes a movable trigger disposed on the chassis 410 and a trigger switch disposed on the chassis 410. The cup body component can drive the trigger component to move when being installed, and when the cup body component is installed in place, the cup body component drives the trigger component to move to the position of the trigger switch. After the trigger switch is triggered, the electric driving component 470 can operate under the control of the control system, so that the phenomenon that the electric driving component 470 starts to operate when the cup body component is not installed or the cup body component is not installed in place is avoided, the phenomenon that the beverage in the cup body component cannot flow out along the drainage channel 431 of the water outlet nozzle 430 after flowing out due to the fact that the cup body component is not installed in place is also avoided, and the phenomenon that the electric driving component 470 and the like are damaged due to dampness due to the fact that the beverage in the cup body component flows to other positions of the water outlet seat 400 is also avoided.
It should be noted that, in another possible embodiment, the structure of the cup assembly recognition mechanism 490 is not limited thereto, and may be an infrared sensor or the like, which can detect whether the cup assembly is mounted in place.
Optionally, in another possible embodiment, a reset member is disposed on the bottom frame, so that after the second connecting portion of the top member is disengaged from the protrusion, the reset member drives the top member to rotate, so that the top portion is switched to the falling-back position. Specifically, the piece that resets can drive the ejector piece and rotate after the second connecting portion of ejector piece breaks away from completely with the arch, also can break away from the butt back at the second connecting portion of ejector piece and bellied top, alright drive ejector piece rotates.
Alternatively, the reset member is connected to the second connecting portion of the top member, so that the top portion of the top member can be switched and held in the fallen position by the force of the reset member acting on the second connecting portion of the top member. Of course, in another possible embodiment, the reset member may be connected to any position between the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion of the top member, and the reset force applied to the top member can rotate the top member to switch and maintain the top member at the falling position.
Alternatively, in another possible embodiment, the structure of the electric drive assembly is not limited to the above-described structure. For example, in another possible embodiment, the electric driving assembly includes a moving member movably disposed on the bottom frame and a motor for driving the moving member to move, and the moving member moves to drive the second connecting portion of the top member to move.
Specifically, optionally, the moving member may be driven by a motor to perform a reciprocating motion, and the moving member moves to drive the second connecting portion of the top member to move. In one possible embodiment, with the top member 450 shown in fig. 17, switching between the top jack-up position and the drop-back position may be achieved by driving the moving member to alternately abut against and separate from the second connecting portion of the top member in a direction parallel to the length direction of the top member 450. In another possible implementation manner, the moving member is driven to move by arranging the protrusion and the recess on the moving member, so that the top end of the protrusion and the bottom end of the recess alternately abut against the second connecting portion of the top member, and the second connecting portion of the top member is driven to move. Further, alternatively, the protrusions and depressions are arranged in a direction parallel to the length direction of the top member 450.
In this embodiment, the nozzle 430 is provided independently of the valve element 2125, and the nozzle 430 abuts against the valve element 2125. It will be appreciated that in alternative embodiments, the outlet nozzle and the valve cartridge may be integrally formed, or directly through the structure of the outlet nozzle, such that the outlet nozzle has the open and closed states of the valve cartridge to control whether the liquid in the cup assembly 210 flows out.
In this embodiment, the movement direction of the valve plug 2125 driven by the water nozzle 430 is the same in the process of moving the water nozzle 430 from the second position to the first position.
It should be noted that in another possible embodiment, the water outlet nozzle can also drive the valve core to move in the opposite direction when moving from the second position to the first position, i.e., drive the valve core to move in the direction along the extension direction of the water outlet and away from the inner cavity of the cup body assembly. Correspondingly, the valve core can automatically move along the extension direction of the water outlet and towards the inner cavity of the cup body assembly after being separated from the driving force of the water outlet nozzle. Specifically, the water outlet nozzle and the valve core can move in opposite directions when the water outlet nozzle drives the valve core to move through a transmission mechanism such as gear rack transmission.
For example, in one possible embodiment, the cartridge is integrally disposed on the outside of the cup assembly. And when not driven by the water outlet nozzle, the valve core is automatically in sealing fit with the side wall of the water outlet of the cup body assembly or the outer surface of the bottom wall of the cup body assembly, and the attached position surrounds the water outlet, so that the water outlet of the cup body assembly is sealed, namely the valve core is closed. When the water outlet nozzle moves from the second position to the first position, the valve core is driven to move along the extending direction of the water outlet and the direction far away from the inner cavity of the cup body assembly, so that the valve core is separated from the contact with the cup body assembly, and therefore fluid in the cup body assembly can flow out through the water outlet, namely the valve core is opened.
Referring to fig. 24 to 27, in the present embodiment, the beverage machine 200 further includes a water collection assembly 1 having a heat preservation effect. It will be appreciated that conventionally, the water collection assembly is used to receive a cup or other vessel and fluid spilled from the outlet of the drink maker. In this embodiment, the water collecting assembly 1 further has a heat preservation effect, so the water collecting assembly 1 can also heat and preserve heat of a water cup or other vessels placed on the water collecting assembly, so as to prevent the temperature of fluid in the water cup or other vessels capable of conducting heat from being rapidly reduced. So that the water collecting module 1 has both functions of heat preservation and water collection.
In addition, because the water collecting cavity 1011 is sealed and isolated from the installation cavity 1013, the phenomenon that the service life or the heating effect of the heating component 102 is reduced due to the fact that the heating component 102 in the installation cavity 1013 is affected with damp due to the fact that fluid flows into the installation cavity 1013 by mistake can be avoided, the water and the electricity are separated, and the risk of short circuit and electric shock can be avoided.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, the water collecting assembly 1 includes a water collecting box 101 and a heat generating assembly 102. The water collecting box 101 has a water collecting cavity 1011 and a mounting cavity 1013 hermetically isolated from the water collecting cavity 1011. The heat generating component 102 is disposed in the installation cavity 1013. The heating assembly 102 generates heat to transfer the heat generated by the heating assembly 102 to a cup or other vessel placed on the water collecting assembly 1, so as to prevent the temperature of the fluid in the cup or other vessel from rapidly dropping.
Further, in one possible embodiment, the heat generating component has pins that are sealingly connected to the mounting cavity. It will be appreciated that the pins on the heat generating component are adapted to be connected directly or indirectly to a power source, thereby enabling the heat generating component to generate heat when energized. The pins of the heating component are hermetically connected with the mounting cavity, and a sealing structure is arranged around the pins so as to hermetically isolate the heating component from other spaces in the mounting cavity. Therefore, even if fluid enters the installation cavity, the contact between the fluid and the pins can be well avoided, and the short circuit risk of the internal circuit of the heating component is effectively avoided.
Optionally, in a possible embodiment, a sealing isolation sleeve is disposed on the heat generating component, the sealing isolation sleeve is disposed on the pin, and the pin of the heat generating component is sealed and isolated from the mounting cavity. Specifically, the seal spacer may be a rubber sleeve or the like.
Optionally, in another possible embodiment, the heat generating component includes a heat generating body, and the pin is electrically connected to the heat generating body. And the heating body is provided with a pin isolation ring for sealing and isolating the pin and the installation cavity. The pin isolation ring is arranged around the pin. And one end or the outer side wall of the pin isolation ring is hermetically connected with the mounting cavity, and the pin is hermetically isolated from the mounting cavity.
In this embodiment, the water collection assembly 1 further includes a heat-insulating placement table 103. The heat insulating placement table 103 is provided on the water collecting box 101 and is in thermal contact with the heat generating component 102. Therefore, a water cup or other vessels can be placed on the heat-insulating placing table 103 to prevent the water cup or other vessels from directly contacting with the heating component, and further prevent the fluid scattered by the water cup or other vessels from directly falling onto the heating component, so as to reduce the probability of the heating component 102 being affected with damp, and thus prolong the service life of the heating component 102.
In this embodiment, the water collection box 101 has an inner cavity 1012. The inner chamber 1012 of the water collection box 101 is provided with a partition wall 1014. The partition wall 1014 partitions the inner chamber 1012 of the water collecting box 101 into a water collecting chamber 1011 and a mounting chamber 1013.
More specifically, in the present embodiment, the installation cavity 1013 is surrounded by the water collection cavity 1011. It will be appreciated that in alternative embodiments, the installation chamber 1013 and the water collection chamber 1011 may be disposed adjacent to each other, or the installation chamber 1013 and the water collection chamber 1011 may be separately disposed.
In this embodiment, the mounting chamber 1013 has a top wall and a bottom wall. The heat generating component 102 is disposed on the top wall of the installation cavity 1013 and spaced from the bottom wall of the installation cavity 1013. The heating component 102 is disposed on the top wall of the installation cavity 1013, so that the heating component 102 and the heat preservation placing table 103 are closer to each other, and heat generated by the heating component 102 can be better and more rapidly transferred to the heat preservation placing table 103. The heat generating component 102 is spaced from the bottom wall of the installation chamber 1013. Therefore, even if the water collecting component 1 is damaged to cause the fluid such as water to enter the installation cavity 1013, the heat generating component 102 and the bottom wall of the installation cavity 1013 are directly separated, so that the heat generating component 102 is prevented from directly contacting with the fluid, and the heat generating component 102 is prevented from being affected with damp to a certain extent and the risk of short circuit and electric shock is avoided.
Further, in the present embodiment, the top wall of the installation cavity 1013 completely covers the heat generating component 102, and the top wall of the installation cavity 1013 has no gap. Thereby preventing the fluid flowing into the installation cavity 1013 from falling onto the heat generating component 102, and further preventing the heat generating component 102 from being affected with damp to some extent.
Furthermore, in the present embodiment, the heat-insulating placing table 103, the separating wall 1014 and the wall of the inner cavity 1012 of the water collecting box 101 enclose a mounting cavity 1013; the surface of the heat insulating mount 103 surrounding the installation cavity 1013 constitutes a top wall of the installation cavity 1013. In other words, the heat generating component 102 is directly provided on the heat insulating placement base 103, and the heat generating component 102 directly contacts the heat insulating placement base 103, so that the heat generated by the heat generating component 102 can be more rapidly transferred to the heat insulating placement base 103.
In this embodiment, the partition wall 1014 has a ring-shaped pillar shape. A sealing member is arranged between the heat preservation placing table 103 and the partition wall 1014 so as to realize the sealing butt joint of the heat preservation placing table 103 and the partition wall 1014. Specifically, in a direction perpendicular to the extension direction of the sealing member, the cross section of the sealing member has a slot 1041, and the end of the partition wall 1014 near the insulation placement table 103 is matched with the slot 1041 and inserted into the slot 1041.
In this embodiment, the sealing member is a U-shaped sealing ring, the upper end of the U-shaped sealing ring is fixed to the surface of the heat preservation placing table 103 surrounding the installation cavity 1013, the fixing manner may be an adhesive manner or another manner, and the present embodiment is not particularly limited. Alternatively, the width of the slot 1041 of the sealing member may be slightly less than the width of the isolation wall 1014, so that the sealing member can fit more closely to the isolation wall 1014 to improve the sealing property of the connection between the insulation displacement table 103 and the isolation wall 1014, thereby preventing fluid from flowing into the installation cavity 1013 through the engagement between the isolation wall 1014 and the insulation displacement table 103.
Referring to fig. 25, in the present embodiment, a through slot 105 is formed on the water collecting box 101 to communicate with the outside and the installation cavity 1013, and the heat preservation placing table 103 is disposed in the through slot 105, so as to achieve the sealing connection between the heat preservation placing table 103 and the partition wall 1014, and to expose the heat preservation placing table 103 to achieve the placing of the cup or other vessel.
Further, in the present embodiment, the heat-insulating placement table 103 has a placement surface, and the placement surface of the heat-insulating placement table 103 is lower than the surface of the water collecting box 101 where the through groove 105 is provided, so that the cup body or other vessel can be placed on the heat-insulating placement table 103 and can be inserted into the through groove 105, so that the position of the cup body or other vessel can be defined by the through groove 105.
In this embodiment, a plug 106 electrically connected to the heat generating component 102 is fixed to the water collecting box 101. The beverage maker 200 further comprises a socket 107 that mates with the plug 106. The plug 106 is detachably connected to the socket 107. Thereby facilitating the disassembly of the water collecting assembly 1 and thus the discharge of the fluid collected in the water collecting box 101. In addition, the plug 106 is connected with the socket 107, so that the phase position relationship between the water collecting component 1 and other structures of the beverage machine 200 can be ensured to a certain extent, the water collecting component 1 is prevented from moving randomly, the stability of a cup body or other vessels placed on the water collecting box 101 is ensured, and the phenomenon that fluid leaks out due to position deviation of the cup body or other vessels placed on the water collecting box 101 can be avoided.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, a connection channel 108 is disposed on a side wall of the water collecting box 101, and the plug 106 is fixedly disposed in the connection channel 108. Thereby preventing the fluid from leaking to the outside and falling onto the plug 106, thereby preventing a short circuit phenomenon, and preventing the water collecting assembly 1 from being arbitrarily moved.
Optionally, in one possible embodiment, the beverage machine further comprises a power adapter that mates with the plug. Therefore, the water collecting assembly can be moved to any position according to the requirement, and the cup body or the vessel placed on the heat-preservation placing table can be taken and used nearby conveniently. On one hand, even if the cup body or the vessel is moved to other places, the cup body or the vessel can still be placed on the water collecting assembly in a mode of simultaneously moving the water collecting assembly, so that the fluid which is scattered by the cup body or the vessel due to inclination and the like can be collected by the water collecting assembly; on the other hand, power adapter's setting for even remove the subassembly that catchments to other places, also can realize the electricity of subassembly and power that catchments through the power adaptation, can make the heating element work promptly, realize the heat preservation effect, improve user experience effect.
Referring to fig. 28 and 29, in the present embodiment, the fresh water tank 204 has a closed fresh water chamber 2041. The water outlet 201 has a water outlet passage 2011. The beverage machine 200 further includes a first air duct 2042, both ends of which are hermetically communicated with the water purifying cavity 2041 and the water outlet passage 2011. The first air duct 2042 can guide the steam flowing through the water outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet device 201 into the clean water cavity 2041, so as to increase the air pressure in the clean water tank 204, thereby avoiding the phenomenon that the steam is difficult to pump due to negative pressure in the clean water tank 204. The water outlet passage 2011 is communicated with the atmosphere, the first air duct 2042 is communicated with the purified water tank 204, and when the pressure in the purified water tank 204 is greater than the atmospheric pressure, the air pressure in the purified water tank 204 is balanced through the first air duct 2042, so that the air pressure in the purified water tank 204 is balanced.
In addition, it can be understood that the fluid flowing through the outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet 201 has been purified, and the fluid is not in contact with the outside and is not polluted by the environment during the process from the purified water chamber 2041 to the outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet 201. The vapor generated with the fluid is also uncontaminated. Therefore, the vapor in the water outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet device 201 balances the air pressure in the purified water cavity 2041, and the purified water in the purified water cavity 2041 can be prevented from being polluted, so that the purity degree of the purified water in the purified water cavity 2041 is ensured.
Furthermore, steam in the water outlet channel 2011 is guided to the pure water cavity 2041 through the first air duct 2042, so that mixed steam in the pure water flowing out from the water outlet channel 2011 of the water outlet device 201 is reduced, the water flow of the pure water discharged through the water outlet device 201 is stable in shape, phenomena of swinging or splashing and the like cannot occur, and the water is convenient for a user to take.
It is understood that the first air duct 2042 is used to conduct steam, so that the first air duct 2042 is connected to the top end of the fresh water tank 204 to prevent the fresh water in the fresh water tank 204 from flowing directly to the outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet device 201 through the first air duct 2042, so as to better prevent the first air duct 2042 from contacting the fresh water in the fresh water tank 204.
In this embodiment, the water outlet device 201 has an exhaust port 2013 communicated with the water outlet passage 2011, and one end of the first air duct 2042 is hermetically sleeved on the exhaust port 2013. That is, the first air duct 2042 is connected with the first air duct 2042 by the air outlet interface 2013 in a sealing manner, so that the first air duct 2042 is communicated with the water outlet channel 2011 of the water outlet device 201 in a sealing manner.
In this embodiment, the exhaust port 2013 has an exhaust passage 2014 communicating with a water outlet passage 2011. The beverage maker 200 further includes a floor assembly 205. The exhaust passage 2014 extends in a direction perpendicular to the base plate assembly 205, and the exhaust passage 2014 is located at the top end of the water outlet 201. Thus, when the beverage maker 200 is in use, the bottom plate assembly 205 is located at the lower end of the beverage maker 200, and the air exhaust passage 2014 is located at the upper end of the water outlet device 201. To facilitate the water receiving, the outlet of the water outlet 201 is located at the lower end of the water outlet 201. The purified water flowing through the water outlet 201 flows out from the outlet of the water outlet 201 under the action of gravity, rather than flowing into the exhaust passage 2014, so that the purified water in the outlet passage 2011 of the water outlet 201 is prevented from flowing into the purified water tank 204 through the exhaust port 2013 and the first air duct 2042.
Referring to fig. 30, in the present embodiment, the thermal container 220 has a sealed thermal chamber. The beverage machine 200 further includes a second air duct 2043, two ends of which are respectively communicated with the heat preservation cavity and the water purification cavity 2041 in a sealing manner. When the purified water pumped out from the purified water cavity 2041 is heated and conveyed to the heat preservation cavity, the air pressure in the heat preservation cavity is increased, and the air pressure in the purified water cavity 2041 is reduced. At this time, the air pressure in the heat preservation chamber and the air pressure in the water purification chamber 2041 can be balanced by the arrangement of the second air duct 2043. That is, by the arrangement of the second air duct 2043, on one hand, the phenomenon that the purified water in the purified water cavity 2041 is not easy to be pumped out due to the reduction of air pressure can be avoided; on the other hand, the phenomenon that hot water is not easy to be conveyed to the heat preservation cavity due to the fact that the air pressure in the heat preservation cavity rises can be avoided.
Similarly, it is understood that, in order to avoid the purified water in the purified water chamber 2041 from being delivered to the warming chamber through the second air duct 2043 and in order to avoid the purified water in the warming chamber from being delivered to the purified water chamber 2041 through the second air duct 2043, one end of the second air duct 2043 is connected to the purified water tank 204 near the top end thereof, so as to better avoid the contact between the second air duct 2043 and the purified water in the purified water tank 204; the other end of the second air duct 2043 is connected to the top end of the heat preservation chamber to better avoid the contact of the second air duct 2043 with the purified water in the heat preservation chamber.
In this embodiment, both the first and second airway tubes 2042, 2043 are provided. Therefore, when the purified water in the purified water tank 204 is pumped out and conveyed to the water outlet 201, the steam flowing through the water outlet channel 2011 of the water outlet 201 can be guided into the purified water cavity 2041 through the first air duct 2042, so as to avoid negative pressure in the purified water tank 204 and realize air pressure balance of the purified water tank 204; when the water purification pump in with water purification case 204 heats and carries to the heat preservation intracavity, can make water purification chamber 2041, heat preservation intracavity reach atmospheric pressure balanced through second air duct 2043 at least, when unable air pressure balance that realizes water purification chamber 2041, heat preservation intracavity through second air duct 2043, further combine first air duct 2042, realize the atmospheric pressure balance in water purification chamber 2041 and the heat preservation intracavity.
As shown in fig. 31 and 32, the second cap 214 includes a cap body 310 and a stopper 330. The cap body 310 has a covering surface 311. The stopper 330 is attached to the covering surface 311 of the cover body 310 in a sealing manner and extends along a part of the edge of the covering surface 311. The stopper 330 and the covering surface 311 enclose the intercepting groove 320.
It is understood that the covering surface 311 of the cover body 310 refers to a surface of the cover body 310 exposed to the cavity of the second cup 212 after the second lid 214 is covered with the second cup 212, that is, a surface of the cover body 310 close to a side of the cavity of the second cup 212.
When the second lid 214 is removed from the second cup 212, the side of the second lid 214 opposite the stop 330 may be first raised so that liquid that collects on the lid surface 311 is stopped by the stop 330 from catching in the catch groove 320 as the lid body 310 tilts toward the edge of the lid surface 311 to prevent liquid from flowing out of the second cup 212.
In addition, the stop 330 extends along the edge of the covering surface 311 such that the areas of the covering surface 311 not covered by the stop 330 are all located inside the stop 330, thereby allowing liquid that may collect on the covering surface 311 to be stopped by the stop 330 to be trapped in the cut-off groove when the second lid 214 is removed from the second cup 212.
Furthermore, if the temperature of the liquid contained in the second cup 212 is high, the liquid condensed on the covering surface 311 is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212, so that the liquid with high temperature flowing out of the second cup 212 can be prevented from burning nearby people, livestock, plants and the like. If the liquid contained in the second cup 212 is corrosive or toxic, the liquid condensed on the covering surface 311 is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212, so that the corrosive or toxic liquid is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212 to pollute the environment, the corrosive liquid is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212 to corrode surrounding objects, and the toxic liquid is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212 to cause poisoning due to accidental contact between people and animals.
It will be appreciated that the stopper 330 sealingly engages the capping surface 311 of the lid body 310 to prevent liquid that may condense on the capping surface 311 from passing between the stopper 330 and the lid body 310 to a location outside the second cup 212. In addition, it can be understood that the stopper 330 is tightly attached to the covering surface 311 of the cap body 310, so that the stopper 330 is protruded from the covering surface 311 of the cap body 310, so that the liquid condensed on the covering surface 311 can be stopped by the stopper 330.
In this embodiment, the stopper 330 has a stopper surface 331 located at the inner side. In other words, the blocking surface 331 of the blocking member 330 is the surface of the blocking member 330 that encloses the flow-intercepting groove 320. The liquid condensed on the covering surface 311 flows to the blocking surface 331 of the stopper 330 to be blocked.
In this embodiment, the cover body 310 and the stopper 330 are integrally formed. It is understood that, in other possible embodiments, the cover body 310 and the stopper 330 may be provided separately. During assembly, the stopper 330 is sealed and attached to the covering surface 311 of the cap body 310.
In addition, in the present embodiment, the cover body 310 and the stopper 330 are made of the same material. Alternatively, the cap body 310 may be a metal cap body such as a stainless steel cap body, or may be a plastic cap body such as a polypropylene cap body, a polycarbonate cap body, or a polyethylene plastic cap body. Accordingly, the stopper 330 is formed of the same material as the cap body 310, so that the cap body 310 and the stopper 330 can be integrally molded. It will be appreciated that the cap body 310 and the stopper 330 are formed of a plastic material, which is low in cost and easy to mold.
It will be appreciated that in other embodiments, the cover body and the stopper may be made of different materials, so as to ensure that the stopper is in sealing engagement with the cover body.
Alternatively, when the cap body 310 and the stopper 330 are made of different materials, the cap body 310 and the stopper 330 are bonded, or a sealing gasket is disposed between the cap body 310 and the stopper 330, so as to ensure that the covering surface 311 of the cap body 310 is in sealing contact with the stopper 330.
In this embodiment, the stopping member 330 and the covering surface 311 form a cut-off groove 320. The cut-off groove 320 is partially formed around the edge of the covering surface 311 so that the liquid caught by the cut-off groove 320 can be discharged from the end of the cut-off groove 320 by rotating the cover body 100. In operation, the end of the cut-off groove 320 is controlled to be located at the opening of the second cup 212 according to the position of the end of the cut-off groove 320, so as to discharge the liquid in the cut-off groove 320.
In this embodiment, the blocking surface 331 gradually inclines away from the covering surface 311 from the edge of the blocking surface 331, which is coupled to the covering surface 311, to the free edge of the blocking surface 331. So that the stop surface 331 is inclined toward the interior of the second cup 212 after the second lid 214 is placed on the second cup 212 to allow liquid in the cut-off groove 320 to flow into the second cup 212 relatively easily.
In this embodiment, the projection of the blocking member 330 on the covering surface 311 includes a first edge 332 coinciding with a quarter edge of the covering surface 311 and a second edge 334 located in an inner region of the covering surface 311. The second edge 334 is at least partially bent in the direction of the first edge 332. It is understood that the flight 330 has an outer surface 333 disposed opposite the flight face 331. The second edge 334 is at least partially bent towards the first edge 332 so that the outer surface 333 has a smaller area, thereby allowing less liquid to condense on the stopper 331 and preventing more liquid from condensing on the outer surface 333 and flowing out of the second cup 212. Moreover, the second edge 334 is at least partially bent toward the first edge 332, so that the stopper 330 has a smaller volume and saves material.
In this embodiment, the sides of lid 214 have first mounting structure 313 for pivotal connection to cup 212. The catch 330 is located on the same side of the covering surface 311 as the first mounting structure 313. Therefore, when the second cap 214 is opened, the stopper 330 naturally follows the first mounting structure 313 to be at a lower position, so that the liquid condensed on the covering surface 311 can flow to a position pointing to the stopper 330 and is stopped by the stopper 330 into the cut-off groove. Therefore, when the second lid 214 is opened, the liquid collected on the covering surface 311 by the second lid 214 is prevented from flowing out of the second cup 212 due to an erroneous tilting direction of the second lid 214.
In this embodiment, the stopper 330 extends along a quarter edge of the covering surface 311. It will be appreciated that in other possible embodiments, the stop may also extend along one fifth, one quarter, one third, one half, two thirds, and three quarters of the edge of the lid closure surface. The longer the stopper extends along the edge of the covering surface, the longer the stopper extends along the cut-off groove surrounded by the covering surface, thereby increasing the range of directions in which the lid body can be tilted and facilitating the operation of the lid body. Preferably, the ratio of the extension length of the stopper 330 to the extension length of the edge of the covering surface 311 is any ratio between one fifth and one half.
Furthermore, in a possible embodiment, the stop can also be arranged around the covering surface. Thus, when the lid is opened from the second cup 212, the lid can be tilted in either direction to ensure that liquid that has coalesced on the closure surface is blocked by the stop into the cut-off groove.
In this embodiment, the orientation of the tilt of second lid 214 when opened is ensured by the location of the connection of second lid 214 to second cup 212. In other possible embodiments, the inclination direction of the cover can also be ensured by other means.
As shown in fig. 33, another embodiment of the present invention provides a beverage machine, further comprising a beverage storage container 2 that can be placed on the water collecting box 1. Specifically, the drink storage container 2 includes a first cup 21 and a first lid 23 that mates with the first cup 21. The first cover 23 is provided with a water inlet 231 communicated with the cup cavity of the first cup body 21. The beverage flowing out from the beverage processing mechanism can directly flow into the beverage storage container 2 through the water inlet 231. On one hand, through the arrangement of the first cup cover 23, dust and the like in the environment can be prevented from falling into the beverage in the beverage storage container 2; on the other hand, need not to open or take off first bowl cover 23 when connecing the drink greatly, easy operation, and need not to set up the operating space that supplies first bowl cover 23 to open or take off between drink processing mechanism and drink storage container 2, satisfy the miniaturized demand of drink machine.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features. 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 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.

Claims (10)

1. A beverage machine (200), comprising:
the water purifying mechanism comprises a filtering component (203) and a water purifying tank (204) connected with the water outlet end of the filtering component (203);
heating means (290) for heating purified water flowing through said heating means (290);
a beverage processing mechanism comprising a cup body assembly (210);
a heat-insulating container (220);
a water outlet device (201);
a water pump assembly including a first water pump (250) for pumping the fresh water in the fresh water tank (204) through the heating means (290), and a second water pump (280) for pumping the water in the thermal container (220) through the heating means (290);
a valve assembly (230) for selectively controlling the delivery of purified water flowing through the heating mechanism (290) to the water outlet (201), the cup assembly (210) or the thermal container (220).
2. The beverage dispenser (200) of claim 1, further comprising an enclosure (202), the enclosure (202) having an interior cavity, the water purifying mechanism, the heating mechanism (290), the thermal container (220), the water pump assembly, and the valve assembly (230) all being located in the interior cavity of the enclosure (202); the enclosure (202) comprises a front panel (2022), the front panel (2022) having an inwardly recessed pocket (2023); the beverage handling mechanism is located on an outer surface of the recessed area (2023) of the front panel (2022).
3. The beverage machine (200) according to claim 2, characterized in that the heating mechanism (290) is located inside the front panel (2022) and is arranged adjacent to the front panel (2022).
4. The beverage machine (200) according to claim 2, characterized in that the thermal container (220) is located inside the front panel (2022) and is arranged adjacent to the front panel (2022);
the enclosure (202) further comprises a first side panel (2024) contiguous with the front panel (2022); the first water pump (250) is located inside the first side panel (2024) and is disposed adjacent to both the second water pump (280) and the first side panel (2024); the water purifying tank (204) is positioned on the inner side of the front panel (2022) and is arranged adjacent to the front panel (2022).
The heating mechanism (290), the thermal insulation container (220) and the water pump assembly are all positioned at the bottom side of the fresh water tank (204).
The water tank further comprises a bottom plate component (205) and an original water tank mounting position (2051); the raw water tank installation position (2051) and the housing (202) are both fixedly arranged on the bottom plate component (205); the raw water tank installation position (2051) is arranged adjacent to the housing (202), and the raw water tank installation position (2051) is positioned on one side of the housing (202) far away from the front panel (2022);
and the filter assembly (203) is positioned between the purified water tank (204) and the original water tank mounting position (2051) along the arrangement direction of the original water tank mounting position (2051) and the cover shell (202) on the bottom plate assembly (205).
5. The beverage machine (200) according to claim 1, wherein the valve assembly (230) comprises:
a main body (110), wherein the main body (110) is provided with a first cavity (111), a second cavity (112), a first communication channel (114) for communicating the first cavity (111) with the second cavity (112), a water inlet (116) communicated with the first cavity (111), a first water outlet (117) communicated with the first cavity (111), a second water outlet (118) communicated with the second cavity (112) and a third water outlet (119) communicated with the second cavity (112);
the first electromagnetic drainage unit can be switched between a first state and a second state; when the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in a first state, the first communication channel (114) is blocked, and the first water outlet (117) is communicated with the first cavity (111); when the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in a second state, the first water outlet (117) is blocked, and the first cavity (111) is communicated with the second cavity (112) through the first communication channel (114); and
the second electromagnetic drainage unit can be switched between a third state and a fourth state; the second electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the third water outlet (119) when being in a third state, and the second water outlet (118) is communicated with the second cavity (112); the second electromagnetic drainage unit is used for plugging the second water outlet (118) when being in a fourth state, and the third water outlet (119) is communicated through the second cavity (112);
wherein the first water outlet (117) is communicated with the water outlet device, the second water outlet (118) is communicated with the heat preservation container (220), and the third water outlet (119) is communicated with the cup body assembly (210); when the water is fed from the water inlet (116) and the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in a first state, the water is discharged from the first water outlet (117), and the water discharged from the first water outlet (117) flows out from the water outlet device (201); when the water inlet (116) is filled with water, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the third state, the second water outlet (118) is filled with water, and the water flowing out of the second water outlet (118) flows into the heat preservation container (220); when the water inlet (116) is filled with water, the first electromagnetic drainage unit is in the second state, and the second electromagnetic drainage unit is in the fourth state, the third water outlet (119) is filled with water, and the water flowing out of the third water outlet (119) flows into the cup body assembly (210).
The first electromagnetic drainage unit comprises a first rotor (131), a first coil (133) sleeved on the first rotor (131), a first plug (135) located in the first cavity (111) and fixedly connected with the first rotor (131), and a first resetting piece (137); the first coil (133) is not electrified, and the first rotor (131) is reset under the action of the first resetting piece (137), so that the first communication channel (114) and the first water outlet (117) are blocked by the first plug (135); the first coil (133) is electrified, and the first rotor (131) moves to drive the first plug (135) to move, so that the other one of the first communication channel (114) and the first water outlet (117) is plugged by the first plug (135);
and/or the second electromagnetic drainage unit comprises a second rotor (151), a second coil (153) sleeved on the second rotor (151), a second plug (155) positioned in the second cavity (112) and fixedly connected with the second rotor (151), and a second reset piece (157); the second coil (153) is not electrified, and the second rotor (151) is reset under the action of the second resetting piece (157), so that one of the second communication channel (115) and the second water outlet (118) is blocked by the second plug (155); the second coil (153) is electrified, and the second active cell (151) moves to drive the second plug (155) to move, so that the second communication channel (115) and the second water outlet (118) are plugged by the second plug (155).
6. The beverage maker (200) of claim 1, wherein the beverage disposal mechanism further comprises a water outlet base (400) disposed on an underside of the cup assembly; the water outlet base (400) comprises:
a chassis (410);
a water outlet nozzle (430) movably arranged on the bottom frame (410); the spout (430) moves to switch between a first position and a second position;
a top member (450) having a first connection portion (451) rotatably connected to the bottom frame (410), a second connection portion (453) offset from the first connection portion (451), and a top portion (455) offset from the first connection portion (451); the top piece (450) is rotatable to switch the top portion (455) between a top-up position and a drop-back position; lifting the spout (430) to a first position when the top portion (455) is transitioned from the retracted position to the lifted position; the water outlet nozzle (430) can be forced to fall back to a second position when the top part (455) is switched from the jacking position to the falling position; and
the electric driving assembly (470) is used for driving the second connecting part (453) of the top piece (450) to move so as to enable the top piece (450) to rotate until the top part (455) is located at a jacking position;
a water outlet (211) butted with the water outlet nozzle (430) is formed in the bottom of the cup body assembly (210); a valve core (2125) is arranged at the water outlet (211);
wherein when the water outlet nozzle (430) moves from the second position to the first position, the water outlet nozzle (430) drives the valve core (2125) to move towards a first direction; the valve core can automatically move towards the second direction after being separated from the driving force of the water outlet nozzle (430); the first direction is one of a direction extending along the water outlet (211) and directed toward the inner cavity of the cup assembly (210), a direction extending along the water outlet (211) and directed away from the inner cavity of the cup assembly (210), and the second direction is another one of a direction extending along the water outlet (211) and directed toward the inner cavity of the cup assembly (210), a direction extending along the water outlet (211) and directed away from the inner cavity of the cup assembly (210).
7. The beverage machine (200) according to claim 1, further comprising a water collection assembly (1) having a heat preservation effect.
8. The beverage machine (200) according to claim 7, characterized in that said water collection assembly (1) comprises:
the water collecting box (101) is provided with a water collecting cavity (1011) and a mounting cavity (1013) which is hermetically isolated from the water collecting cavity (1011);
the heating component (102), the said heating component (102) locates in the said installation cavity (1013); or the heating component (102) is arranged on the installation cavity (1013), and the heating component is provided with a pin hermetically connected with the installation cavity.
The water collecting assembly (1) further comprises a heat preservation placing table (103); the heat preservation placing table (103) is arranged on the water collecting box (101) and is in thermal contact with the heating component (102).
The water collection box (101) is provided with an inner cavity (1012); an inner cavity (1012) of the water collecting box (101) is provided with a separation wall (1014); the separation wall (1014) divides an inner cavity (1012) of the water collecting box (101) into a water collecting cavity (1011) and an installation cavity (1013).
The mounting cavity (1013) has a top wall (10131) and a bottom wall (10133); the heating component (102) is arranged on the top wall (10131) of the installation cavity (1013) and is spaced from the bottom wall (10133) of the installation cavity (1013);
the heat preservation placing table (103), the isolation wall (1014) and the cavity wall of the inner cavity (1012) of the water collecting box (101) are enclosed to form the installation cavity (1013); the surface of the heat preservation placing table (103) which is enclosed into the installation cavity (1013) forms a top wall (10131) of the installation cavity (1013).
A plug (106) electrically connected with the heating component (102) is fixedly arranged on the water collecting box (101), and the beverage machine (200) further comprises a socket (107) matched with the plug (106); the plug (106) is detachably connected with the socket (107).
The water collection assembly (1) further comprises a power adapter that mates with the plug (106).
The water collection assembly (1) further comprises a beverage storage container (2) which can be placed on the water collection box (101); the beverage storage container (2) comprises a first cup body (21) and a first cup cover (23) matched with the first cup body (21); the first cup cover (23) is provided with a water inlet hole (231) communicated with the cup cavity of the first cup body (21); the beverage flowing out of the beverage processing mechanism can directly flow into the beverage storage container (2) through the water inlet hole (231).
9. The beverage machine (200) of claim 1, wherein the clean water tank (204) has a closed clean water cavity (2041); the water outlet device (201) is provided with a water outlet channel (2011); the beverage machine (200) further comprises a first air duct (2042) with two ends respectively communicated with the water purifying cavity (2041) and the water outlet channel (2011) in a sealing mode. The first air duct (2042) can guide the steam flowing through the water outlet channel (2011) of the water outlet device (201) into the purified water cavity (2041).
The water outlet device (201) is provided with an exhaust interface (2013) communicated with the water outlet channel (2011), and one end of the first air duct (2042) is hermetically sleeved on the exhaust interface (2013).
The exhaust interface (2013) is provided with an exhaust channel (2014) communicated with the water outlet channel (2011); the beverage machine (200) further comprises a floor assembly (205); the exhaust passage 2014 extends in a direction perpendicular to the bottom plate assembly 205, and the exhaust passage 2014 is located at the top end of the water outlet device 201.
The heat preservation container (220) is provided with a closed heat preservation cavity; the beverage machine (200) also comprises a second air duct (2043) with two ends respectively communicated with the heat preservation cavity and the water purification cavity (2041) in a sealing way.
10. The beverage maker (200) of claim 1, wherein the cup assembly (210) includes a second cup (212) and a second lid (214) that mates with the second cup (212); the second lid (214) includes:
a cap body (310), the cap body (310) having a capping surface (311); and
the stopper (330) is in sealing fit with at least part of the edge of the covering surface (311) of the cover body (310); the stop member (330) and the covering surface (311) enclose a cut-off groove (320).
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