CN114951113A - Cleaning equipment for optical fiber section - Google Patents

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CN114951113A
CN114951113A CN202210749269.4A CN202210749269A CN114951113A CN 114951113 A CN114951113 A CN 114951113A CN 202210749269 A CN202210749269 A CN 202210749269A CN 114951113 A CN114951113 A CN 114951113A
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杨阳光
刘建
王聪
成天龙
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Abstract

The utility model provides a cleaning equipment for optical fiber section for wash a plurality of optical fiber sections of centre gripping in washing tool, includes the material loading platform, be located the washing bank of cells on material loading platform right side, be located the stoving case on washing bank of cells right side, be used for snatching the removal subassembly that the washing tool removed along left right direction, arrange in wash the basket in the bank of cells and drive wash the subassembly that rocks that the basket rocked, during operation, wash the tool and place in wash the basket in the washing bank of cells, make through rock the subassembly wash the basket and produce to move and accelerate the washing liquid wash optical fiber section in the washing tool. This application cleaning equipment cleaning efficiency is high.

Description

Cleaning equipment for optical fiber section
Technical Field
The application relates to the field of automation equipment, in particular to cleaning equipment for an optical fiber section.
Background
At present, some small-sized mobile terminals are provided with a proximity sensor which is used for automatically turning off a screen when a portable product such as a mobile phone is put into a pocket so as to avoid mistaken touch; or when the protective shell is closed, the tablet personal computer automatically turns off the screen to enter a certain state. The sensor is a proximity sensing optical transceiver system disclosed in the patent application No. 202110585787.2 of the people's republic of China, and specifically, under a screen of an electronic device, light is emitted by a light emitting unit, and the light is reflected by a proximity object after passing through the screen and then received by a light receiving unit to judge the distance of the proximity object, so that a central processing unit is informed to perform corresponding actions. However, the light transmission of the system requires a large area of light holes at the corresponding position of the screen, which may generate a large bright spot, resulting in a visual defect of the screen. If a special light transmission medium is adopted, the light emission unit can be omitted to directly receive the light reflected by the natural light to realize the purpose, or the area requirement on the perspective point of the screen can be greatly reduced through the transmission of the transmission medium. The optical fiber is cleaned after being cut off through a polishing process, and the optical fiber section is an acrylic optical fiber with small diameter and length and the diameter of only 0.55 mm. Meanwhile, the cleaning process and the cleaned finished product also need to meet the following conditions: the acrylic optical fiber is easy to damage and easy to break, and the product is damaged by collision during cleaning, so that the product needs to be cleaned separately; the end face of the free end of the optical fiber section is a fine polished face, and the position of the cleaning jig contacting the end face of the product is soft enough, otherwise the polished face is damaged; the cleanliness of the cleaned product is high, the product is required to be magnified by 300 times and is free from dirt visually, and the control on the dirt reaches the micron level. In order to improve the cleaning efficiency, it is necessary to provide a cleaning jig and a cleaning apparatus to efficiently and qualitatively clean the optical fiber section.
Disclosure of Invention
In view of the above, it is desirable to provide a cleaning apparatus that can clean a fiber segment with high efficiency and high quality.
For solving above-mentioned technical problem, this application provides a cleaning equipment for optical fiber section for wash a plurality of optical fiber sections of centre gripping in wasing the tool, including the material loading platform, be located the washing bank of cells on material loading platform right side, be located the stoving case on washing bank of cells right side, be used for snatching wash the tool and along the aversion subassembly of left right direction removal, arrange in wash the basket and the drive in the bank of cells wash the subassembly that rocks that the basket rocked, during operation, wash the tool place in wash in the bank of cells, through rock the subassembly and make it removes to produce to wash the basket and accelerate the washing liquid and wash to wash optical fiber section in the tool.
Preferably, the cleaning jig is fixed by a fixture in the feeding table and the drying box, the fixture comprises a fixture base, a supporting plate fixed above the base and a plurality of limiting columns inserted in the supporting plate, the cleaning jig is positioned between the limiting columns, and the supporting plate is further provided with a concave groove.
Preferably, the washing tank group comprises a plurality of washing tanks; the shifting assembly comprises a transverse moving assembly, a vertical moving assembly fixed together with the transverse moving assembly, a main frame body fixed with the transverse moving assembly or the vertical moving assembly, a plurality of sub-frame bodies connected to the main frame body and manipulators connected to the lower side of each sub-frame body, wherein the number of the manipulators is the number of the cleaning tanks plus one.
Preferably, the manipulator can be driven by the transverse moving assembly to move on the feeding table, the cleaning tank and the drying box so as to transfer the cleaning jig to enter a next station, the manipulator is connected to the free end of the sub-frame body through a connecting plate and a driving source, and the driving source is used for driving the manipulator to open or clamp.
Preferably, the manipulator comprises a pair of manipulators, each manipulator comprises a handle part, a finger part formed by extending downwards from the handle part, a clamping hook part formed by extending the free end of the finger part oppositely, and a clamping groove formed on the opposite side of the pair of finger parts, and the manipulator clamps the cleaning jig from the two sides of the cleaning jig in the transverse direction through the pair of manipulators.
Preferably, the cleaning basket is fixed on the shaking assembly, and the shaking assembly comprises a driving box, a lifting frame connected to the driving box, a plurality of connecting frames connected to the lifting frame and extending downwards into the cleaning tank, a driving source fixed on the connecting frames, a rack driven by the driving source to move up and down, and a gear which is meshed with the rack and can move up and down; the cleaning basket is fixed with the gear through a fixing plate.
Preferably, the cleaning basket comprises a hollow bottom plate with a clearance groove, a limit frame positioned above the bottom plate, and a guide sheet and a connecting strip which fix the bottom plate and the limit frame together, the limiting frame comprises a frame body and an inward concave part which is formed by inwards concave from the middle parts of the two transverse sides of the frame body, the concave part is used for limiting the cleaning jig, the longitudinal two sides of the concave part are used for the manipulator to enter and clamp the cleaning jig, the bottoms of the two connecting sheets are respectively fixed with the longitudinal two ends of the bottom plate at the longitudinal two sides, the connecting piece comprises a piece body and an inclined guide part which extends out of the top of the piece body and is above the limiting block and inclines towards the longitudinal outer side, the upper end and the lower end of the connecting strip are respectively welded with the bottom plate and the inner side of the concave part of the limiting frame, and the top of the connecting strip extends out of the upper part of the limiting frame and is bent towards the transverse outer side to form a bending guide part.
Preferably, the cleaning jig comprises a base, a limiting plate fixed on the base and an upper cover covering the base, gaps are reserved between the limiting plate and the base and between the limiting plate and the upper cover, a plurality of limiting holes are evenly formed in the limiting plate, an optical fiber section is inserted into each limiting hole, the outer diameter of each optical fiber section is smaller than the inner diameter of each limiting hole, and the length of each optical fiber section is smaller than the distance between the base and the upper cover.
Preferably, a first circulation groove, a second circulation groove and a third circulation groove are formed in the base, the upper cover and the limiting plate respectively, the first circulation groove, the second circulation groove and the third circulation groove are in corresponding flow, a plurality of strip-shaped bodies are further arranged on the limiting plate, the limiting holes penetrate through the strip-shaped bodies, and the strip-shaped bodies and the third circulation grooves are arranged at intervals.
Preferably, the base and the upper cover are provided with a lower limit strip and an upper limit strip at positions corresponding to the strip-shaped body, colloid is embedded into the surfaces of the lower limit strip and the upper limit strip, and two ends of the optical fiber section are limited by the colloid.
Preferably, four edges of base are upwards protruding to be formed with and support the boss, support the inboard undercut of boss and form the location breach, the surface of location breach is less than support the surface of boss, the surface of location breach is higher than the surface of hypoplastron, four corners of limiting plate are located in the location breach.
Preferably, the limiting hole has a structure with a wide top and a narrow bottom, and includes an introduction portion with an inverted trapezoidal cross section and a straight hole portion located below the introduction portion.
This cleaning equipment for optical fiber section realizes the aversion of washing tool on the different processes through the aversion subassembly, rocks through rocking the subassembly wash the basket, can effectively promote the cleaning efficiency.
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FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a cleaning fixture for an optical fiber section according to the present invention;
FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the cleaning jig for an optical fiber segment according to the present invention;
FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the cleaning fixture for an optical fiber section at another angle according to the present application;
FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A of FIG. 1;
FIG. 5 is an enlarged partial view of the dotted circle shown in FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a view showing another embodiment of a limiting hole of a limiting middle plate of the cleaning jig for an optical fiber section according to the present invention;
FIG. 7 is a perspective view of a section of fiber being cleaned;
FIG. 8 is a perspective view of an optical fiber section of the present application with an outer housing removed by a cleaning apparatus;
FIG. 9 is a diagram illustrating the combination of a fixture and a cleaning fixture of the cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber segment according to the present invention;
FIG. 10 is a perspective view of a robot of a handling assembly of the cleaning apparatus for fiber segments according to the present application;
FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a cleaning module in a cleaning tank of the cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber span according to the present application.
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Cleaning a jig-10; a base-11; a lower plate-111; a lower limit bar-112; a first circulation slot-113; a locking screw hole-114; a support boss-115; positioning notch-116; a jack-117; -118; an upper cover-12; an upper plate-121; an upper limit bar-122; a second flow channel-123; a magnetic column-124; a limiting plate-13; a strip-131; a third circulation groove-132; a limiting hole-133; an introduction part-1331; a straight bore portion-1332; a keyhole-134; screw-14; adhesive tape-15; cleaning equipment-20; a feeding table-21; mesa-211; a guide rail-212; clamp-213; a clamp base-2131; support plate-2132; guide side portions-2133; a limiting column-2134; a recessed groove-2135; cleaning the groove group-22; drug solution pools-221, 223; spray basins-222,224; water wash tanks-225, 226; a drying box-23; a displacement assembly-24; a lateral movement assembly-241; a vertical moving assembly-242; a main frame body-243; a sub-frame body-244; a drive source-245; a connecting plate-246; a robot-247; a handle portion-2471; finger portion-2472; a clamping groove-2473; a clamping hook part-2474; a cleaning basket-25; a backplane-251; a clearance groove-2511; a limit frame-252; frame-2521; an interior recess-2522; a guide tab-253; tablet-2531; an inclined guide-2532; a connecting strip-254; a bending guide part-2541; a slosh assembly-26; drive case-261; a lifting frame-262; a connecting frame-263; gear-264; rack-265; a power source-266; and fixing plate-267.
Detailed Description
In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present application more apparent, the technical solutions of the present application will be described in detail and completely with reference to the following specific embodiments of the present application and the accompanying drawings. It should be apparent that the described embodiments are only some of the embodiments of the present application, and not all of the embodiments.
The optical fiber section is with wasing tool uses the X direction that fig. 1 shows as horizontal direction, uses the Y direction as longitudinal direction, uses the Z direction as the vertical direction.
Referring to fig. 7, an optical fiber section 90 to be cleaned includes a transparent light guide 91 for guiding light and an outer cladding 92 wrapping the light guide 91. The outer cladding 92 is opaque to the possibility of blocking the transmission of light, so that light can only be transmitted through the light guide 91. The fiber segment 90 is of very small size, with an outer diameter of only 0.55mm, for transmitting light in a proximity sensor. The length of the fiber segment is about 3.078 mm.
Referring to fig. 1 to 5, the cleaning tool 10 of the present application includes a base 11, a limiting plate 13 fixed on the base 11, and an upper cover 12 covering the base 11. And a certain gap is reserved between the upper surface and the lower surface of the limiting plate 13 and the base 11 and the upper cover 12. A plurality of regularly arranged limiting holes 133 penetrate through the limiting plate 13, and the limiting holes 133 are used for limiting the optical fiber sections 90 for cleaning.
The base 11 includes a lower plate 111, a plurality of first circulation grooves 113 formed longitudinally through the lower plate 111, and a plurality of lower stop strips 112 spaced apart from the first circulation grooves 113. The lower plate 111 is further provided with a plurality of locking screw holes 114, a portion of the locking screw holes 114 are disposed along the periphery of the first flow through groove 113 and the lower limiting strip 112, and a portion of the locking screw holes 114 are located in the middle of a portion of the first flow through groove 113 and divide the first flow through groove 113 into two parts. Support bosses 115 are formed at four corners of the lower plate 111 in an upward protruding manner, positioning notches 116 are formed at the inner portions of the support bosses 115 in a recessed manner, the horizontal positions of the positioning notches 116 are higher than the surface of the lower plate 111, and the surfaces of the support bosses 115 are higher than the surface of the positioning notches 116. The positioning notch 116 is also provided with the locking screw hole 114, and the upper surfaces of the other locking screw holes 114 are flush with the surface of the positioning notch 116. The support boss 115 is provided with a plug hole 117 at the upper side and downward, and a support leg 118 is formed at the bottom surface of the lower plate 111 at the position of the support boss 115 and protrudes downward.
The limiting plate 13 includes a plurality of strip-shaped bodies 131 arranged along the longitudinal direction, a plurality of third circulation grooves 132 arranged at intervals with the strip-shaped bodies 131 and corresponding to the first circulation grooves 113, and a plurality of limiting holes 133 formed in the strip-shaped bodies 131. The limiting holes 133 are uniformly arranged on the bar-shaped body 131 in the longitudinal direction, and the limiting plate 13 is provided with a plurality of locking holes 134 corresponding to the locking screw holes 114 of the base 11. The limiting plate 13 is locked on the base 11 by screws 14, four corners of the limiting plate 13 are limited in the positioning notches 116, and a plurality of screws 14 pass through the locking holes 134 and then are screwed in the locking screw holes 114 of the base 11. A gap exists between the bottom surface of the limiting plate 13 and the surface of the lower limiting strip 112.
The upper cover 12 includes an upper plate 121, a plurality of upper position-limiting strips 122 longitudinally disposed on the upper plate 121, a second flow channel 123 disposed between the plurality of upper position-limiting strips 122, and magnetic pillars 124 downwardly protruding from four corners of the upper plate 121 and capable of being inserted into the insertion holes 117.
Referring to fig. 5, the limiting hole 133 has a structure with a wide top and a narrow bottom, and is similar to a screw shape, and includes an introduction portion 1331 having a trapezoidal cross section and a straight hole portion 1332 located at a lower side of the introduction portion 1331. In another embodiment, as shown in fig. 6, the limiting hole 133 is a cross-shaped structure to facilitate the flow of the cleaning solution.
The rubber strip 15 is embedded into the lower limiting strip 112 and the upper limiting strip 122, the rubber strip 15 is made of an acid-base-resistant, high-temperature-resistant and smooth-surface silica gel material and is made into a T-shaped structure, T-shaped grooves are processed in the upper limiting strip 122 and the lower limiting strip 112, and the T-shaped rubber strip 15 is embedded into the T-shaped grooves to prevent falling.
This application optic fibre section is opened earlier with washing tool 10 upper cover 12 will polish the optic fibre section 90 after through automation equipment follow limiting plate 13 top is packed into in the spacing hole 133, will again upper cover 12 block in on the base 11, through magnetism post 124 inserts jack 117 internal fixation, jack 117 with magnetism post 124 is the magnetic element of inter attraction. The length of the optical fiber segment 90 is smaller than the distance between the surface of the rubber strip 15 of the upper stop strip 122 and the surface of the rubber strip 15 of the lower stop strip 112. The first flow through groove 113, the second flow through groove 123 and the third flow through groove 132 correspond to each other, so that the cleaning liquid can flow conveniently. The two ends of the optical fiber section 90 are limited by the rubber strips 15 at the upper and lower sides, so as to prevent the optical fiber section 90 from falling off from the limiting hole 133, and meanwhile, the rubber strips 15 can prevent the optical fiber section 90 from being damaged.
Ultrasonic waves enter from the two transverse sides of the cleaning jig during cleaning, theoretically, the larger the gap between the upper cover 12 and the base 11 is, the better the cleaning effect is, and meanwhile, the product is prevented from falling off during cleaning, so that the maximum allowable gap needs to be calculated. In one embodiment: setting the length of the optical fiber section 90 to 3.078 mm; the thickness of the limiting plate 13 is 0.4L-1.2 mm, which is to ensure that the side surface of the optical fiber can be always cleaned when the optical fiber floats up and down during cleaning, and the inclination angle of the optical fiber is not too large; the distance from the limiting plate 13 to the upper cover 12 and the base 11 is 0.5L ═ 1.5mm, which is to ensure that the end surface will not sink into the limiting hole 133 when the optical fiber segment floats, and because the edge part of the optical fiber end surface will scratch with the inner wall of the partition hole, the edge gap of the optical fiber end surface will be caused. The theoretical maximum clearance between the upper limit bar 122 and the lower limit bar 112 calculated in the above is 1.4L — 4.3 mm. The diameter of the optical fiber section 90 is 0.55mm, the aperture of the limiting hole 133 is 0.70mm, and the inclination angle of the product after being loaded is 7.5 degrees.
This application optical fiber section is with wasing tool is through setting up base 11, upper cover 12 and being located limiting plate 13 between base 11 and the upper cover 12 set up a plurality of spacing holes 133 on the limiting plate 13, insert the optical fiber section cover upper cover 12 again behind the spacing hole 133, make the both ends of optical fiber section 90 floated spacing in upper cover 12 with wash after between the base 11.
The optical fiber section cleaning apparatus 20 of the present invention uses the X direction shown in fig. 8 as the lateral direction, the Y direction as the longitudinal direction, and the Z direction as the vertical direction.
Referring to fig. 8, the cleaning apparatus 20 for an optical fiber section of the present application includes a loading platform 21, a cleaning tank set 22 located at one lateral side of the loading platform 21, a drying box 23 located at one lateral side of the cleaning tank set 22, a shifting assembly 24 erected above the cleaning tank set 22, a cleaning basket 25 extending into the cleaning tank set 22, and a shaking assembly 26 connected to the cleaning basket 25 to shake the cleaning basket 25.
As shown in fig. 8 and 9, the feeding table 21 includes a smooth table 211, guide rails 212 mounted on two longitudinal sides of the table 211, and a clamp 213 capable of moving on the guide rails 212 along a transverse direction. The fixture 213 is used for positioning the cleaning fixture 10. The clamp 213 includes a clamp base 2131, a supporting plate 2132 fixed on the clamp base 2131, a plurality of limiting posts 2134 inserted into the surface of the supporting plate 2132, and guiding side portions 2133 formed on the longitudinal outer sides of the clamp base 2131 and the supporting plate 2132. The cleaning jig 10 is longitudinally turned by 90 degrees and then inserted into a space surrounded by the plurality of limiting columns 2134. The supporting plate 2132 is provided with at least two pairs of concave grooves 2135 at two transverse ends, and the concave grooves 2135 are convenient for taking down the cleaning jig 10 from the fixture 213.
The cleaning tank group 22 sequentially comprises a medicine water tank 221, a spray water washing tank 222, a medicine water tank 223, a spray water washing tank 224, a water washing tank 225 and a water washing tank 226, wherein the medicine water tank, the spray water washing tank and the water washing tank are collectively called as a cleaning tank. The cleaning solution in the reservoirs 221,223 is added with a chemical agent to clean the fiber segment 90 from stains. The shower wash tanks 222,224 and the wash tanks 225,226 are all cleaned with clean water, but there is a difference in water flow rate and the like. The drying box 23 is located on the right side of the cleaning slot group 22, and the cleaning jig 10 cleaned in the cleaning slot group 22 and the optical fiber section 90 therein are subjected to airflow drying in the drying box 23 to dry the surface of the cleaning jig and finish the cleaning.
Referring to fig. 10, the shifting assembly 24 is used to automatically move the cleaning assembly 10 from the loading platform 21 to the cleaning slot assembly 22, move the cleaning fixture 10 in the cleaning slot assembly 22, and move the cleaned cleaning fixture to the drying box 23 for drying. Specifically, the shift assembly 24 includes a transverse moving assembly 241, a vertical moving assembly 242 fixed with the transverse moving assembly 241, a main frame 243 fixed on the vertical moving assembly 242, a sub-frame 244 connected to the main frame 243 and extending above each cleaning tank and drying box 23 or feeding table 21 of the cleaning tank group 22, and a robot 247 connected to the lower side of the sub-frame 244 and extending downward to grasp the cleaning jig 10. The transverse moving component 241 and the vertical moving component 242 are driving motors.
The number of the sub-frame bodies 244 is one more than that of the washing tanks, a driving source 245 is provided under the free end of the sub-frame body 244, and the robot 247 is connected to the driving source 245 through a connection plate 246. Each group of the mechanical hands 247 is a pair, and each mechanical hand 247 comprises a handle part 2471, a pair of finger parts 2472 extending downwards from the handle part 2471, a clamping groove 2473 formed on the inner side of the finger part 2472, and a clamping hook 2474 extending oppositely from the free end of the finger part 2472.
The principle of operation of the displacement assembly 24 is as follows: when the time set by the cleaning program is up, the vertical moving assembly 242 of the shifting assembly 24 drives a plurality of the manipulators 247 to downwardly project into the cleaning trough group 22, the driving source 245 on each manipulator 247 drives each pair of the manipulators 247 to clamp the cleaning fixture 10, specifically, the clamping hooks 2474 at the free ends of the pair of the manipulators 247 clamp the bottom surface of the cleaning fixture 10, then the vertical moving assembly 242 is lifted up to a predetermined position, while the leftmost manipulator 247 is located at the position of the loading platform 21 and grabs one cleaning fixture 10 on the loading platform 21, then the transverse moving assembly 241 moves transversely to move the rightmost manipulator 247 to a predetermined position above the drying box 23, and finally, the vertical moving assembly 242 moves downwardly to put down the cleaning fixture 10 into the drying box 23 and a plurality of cleaning troughs 23, that is, each cleaning fixture 10 is sequentially shifted, and the cleaning fixture 10 on the feeding table 21 is transferred into the first left cleaning tank. After each cleaning time of the predetermined time is completed, the previous action is repeated.
As shown in fig. 11, the swinging assembly 26 is connected to the cleaning basket 25, and the swinging assembly 26 includes a driving box 261, a lifting frame 262 connected to the driving box 261, a plurality of connecting frames 263 connected to the lifting frame 262 and extending into a plurality of cleaning tanks, a gear 264 movably fixed on the connecting frames 263, a rack 265, and a power source 266 for driving the rack 265 and the gear 264 to move up and down to force the gear 264 to move up and down. The gear 264 is secured to the wash basket 25 by a retainer plate 267.
The cleaning basket 25 comprises a bottom plate 251 hollowed out to form a clearance groove 2511, a limit frame 252 positioned above the bottom plate 251, and a guide piece 253 and a connecting strip 254 for fixing the bottom plate 251 and the limit frame 252 together. The limiting frame 252 includes a frame body 2521 and an inward concave portion 2522 formed by inward concave portions at middle portions of two lateral sides of the frame body 2521, and the lateral width of the inward concave portion 2522 can limit the cleaning jig 10. The bottom portions of the two connecting pieces 253 are respectively fixed with the two longitudinal ends of the bottom plate 251 at the two longitudinal sides by riveting or welding, and can also be formed by integral stamping. The connecting piece 253 comprises a sheet body 2531 and an inclined guide portion 2532 which extends out of the top of the sheet body 2531, extends out of the upper portion of the limiting block 252 and inclines towards the longitudinal outer side, and the sheet body 2531 is located on the inner side of the limiting frame 252 and is mutually welded and fixed together. The upper end and the lower end of the connecting bar 254 are respectively welded with the bottom plate 251 and the limiting frame 252, specifically, the connecting bar 254 is located inside the inner concave portion 2522 of the limiting frame 252, and the top of the connecting bar 254 extends above the limiting frame 252 and is bent towards the transverse outer side to form a bending guide portion 2541.
The connecting piece 253 of one of the gears is fixed with the gear 264 by the fixing plate 267. In operation, the drive tank 261 is used to raise the wash baskets 25 in all wash tanks generally out of the water. When a single cleaning basket 25 is in a working state, the power source 266 drives the gear 265 to drive the cleaning basket 25 connected to the gear 264 to move up and down, so that the cleaning solution can flow in the cleaning jig 10 conveniently to improve the cleaning efficiency.
This application cleaning equipment 20 for optical fiber section realizes the aversion of washing tool 10 on the different processes through aversion subassembly 24, rocks through rocking subassembly 26 wash basket 25 can effectively promote the cleaning efficiency.
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.
The above examples only express preferred 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.

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1. The cleaning equipment for the optical fiber sections is used for cleaning a plurality of optical fiber sections clamped in a cleaning jig and is characterized by comprising a feeding table, a cleaning tank group positioned on the right side of the feeding table, a drying box positioned on the right side of the cleaning tank group, a shifting assembly used for grabbing the cleaning jig and moving along the left and right directions, a cleaning basket arranged in the cleaning tank group and a shaking assembly used for driving the cleaning basket to shake.
2. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the cleaning jig is fixed to the loading platform and the drying box by a jig, the jig includes a jig base, a supporting plate fixed to the upper side of the base, and a plurality of positioning posts inserted into the supporting plate, the cleaning jig is positioned between the positioning posts, and the supporting plate is further provided with a recessed groove.
3. The cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber section according to claim 1, wherein the cleaning bath group includes a plurality of cleaning baths; the shifting assembly comprises a transverse moving assembly, a vertical moving assembly fixed together with the transverse moving assembly, a main frame body fixed with the transverse moving assembly or the vertical moving assembly, a plurality of sub-frame bodies connected to the main frame body and manipulators connected to the lower side of each sub-frame body, wherein the number of the manipulators is the number of the cleaning tanks plus one.
4. The apparatus for cleaning an optical fiber section according to claim 3, wherein the robot is moved on the loading table, the cleaning bath and the drying oven by the traverse assembly to transfer the cleaning jig to a next station, and is connected to the free end of the sub-frame by a connecting plate and a driving source for driving the robot to open or clamp.
5. The apparatus for cleaning an optical fiber according to claim 4, wherein the manipulators comprise a pair, each manipulator comprises a handle portion, a finger portion extending downward from the handle portion, a holding hook portion extending from a free end of the finger portion, and a holding groove formed on an opposite side of the pair of finger portions, and the manipulators hold the cleaning jig from both lateral sides thereof by the pair of manipulators.
6. The apparatus for cleaning an optical fiber section according to claim 5, wherein the cleaning basket is fixed to the rocking assembly, the rocking assembly including a driving box, a lifting frame connected to the driving box, a plurality of connection frames connected to the lifting frame and extending downward into the cleaning bath, a driving source fixed to the connection frames, a rack driven by the driving source to move up and down, and a gear engaged with the rack and movable up and down; the cleaning basket is fixed with the gear through a fixing plate.
7. The cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber section according to claim 6, wherein the cleaning basket includes a hollow bottom plate formed with a clearance groove, a limiting frame located above the bottom plate, and a guide piece and a connecting strip for fixing the bottom plate and the limiting frame together, the limiting frame includes a frame body and an inner concave portion formed by inwardly recessing a middle portion of two lateral sides of the frame body, the inner concave portion is used for limiting the cleaning jig, two longitudinal sides of the inner concave portion are used for the manipulator to enter and clamp the cleaning jig, bottoms of two connecting pieces are fixed to two longitudinal ends of the bottom plate respectively at two longitudinal sides, the connecting pieces include a piece body and an inclined guide portion extending from the top of the piece body above the limiting block and inclined to the longitudinal outer side, and upper and lower ends of the connecting strip are welded to inner sides of the inner concave portions of the bottom plate and the limiting frame respectively, and the top of the connecting strip extends out of the upper part of the limiting frame and is bent towards the transverse outer side to form a bending guide part.
8. The cleaning apparatus for the optical fiber section according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the cleaning jig comprises a base, a limiting plate fixed on the base, and an upper cover covering the base, gaps are formed between the limiting plate and the base and between the limiting plate and the upper cover, a plurality of limiting holes are uniformly formed in the limiting plate, the optical fiber section is inserted into the limiting holes, the outer diameter of the optical fiber section is smaller than the inner diameter of the limiting holes, and the length of the optical fiber section is smaller than the distance between the base and the upper cover.
9. The cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber section according to claim 8, wherein the base, the upper cover and the limiting plate are respectively provided with a first circulation groove, a second circulation groove and a third circulation groove, the first circulation groove, the second circulation groove and the third circulation groove are in corresponding flow, the limiting plate is further provided with a plurality of bar-shaped bodies, the limiting holes are arranged on the bar-shaped bodies in a penetrating manner, and the bar-shaped bodies and the third circulation grooves are arranged at intervals.
10. The cleaning apparatus for an optical fiber section according to claim 9, wherein a lower limit strip and an upper limit strip are disposed on the base and the upper cover at positions corresponding to the strip-shaped body, a colloid is embedded in the surfaces of the lower limit strip and the upper limit strip, and both ends of the optical fiber section are limited by the colloid.
11. The apparatus according to claim 10, wherein the base has four corners protruding upward to form supporting bosses, the supporting bosses are recessed inward to form positioning notches, the surfaces of the positioning notches are lower than the surfaces of the supporting bosses, the surfaces of the positioning notches are higher than the surface of the lower plate, and the four corners of the limiting plate are positioned in the positioning notches.
12. The apparatus for cleaning an optical fiber section according to claim 8, wherein the limiting hole has a wide top and a narrow bottom, and includes an introduction portion having an inverted trapezoidal cross section and a straight hole portion located below the introduction portion.
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