CN210072418U - Push-down photovoltaic tracer - Google Patents

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CN210072418U
CN210072418U CN201921104147.XU CN201921104147U CN210072418U CN 210072418 U CN210072418 U CN 210072418U CN 201921104147 U CN201921104147 U CN 201921104147U CN 210072418 U CN210072418 U CN 210072418U
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何丽娇
陶恩苗
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The utility model relates to a photovoltaic tracker technical field provides a push-down photovoltaic tracer, include: the upright post is fixed on the ground; the bearing block is arranged on the upright post, and a bearing is nested in the bearing block; the main beam penetrates through the bearing; at least two push rod mechanisms are arranged along the extending direction interval of the main beam, and each push rod mechanism comprises: the main beam is fixedly connected with the main beam, and the other end of the main beam is rotatably connected with the push rod mechanism; the transmission mechanism comprises at least two first rotating pieces and second rotating pieces, wherein the two first rotating pieces are coaxially arranged with the push rod mandrel, the second rotating pieces are arranged in a staggered mode in a mandrel space of the first rotating pieces, and the second rotating pieces rotate under the driving of the driving assembly to drive the first rotating pieces and the push rod mandrel to rotate. The structure has the advantages of simple and convenient installation, single person and quick adjustment, manpower saving and cost saving.

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Push-down photovoltaic tracer
Technical Field
The utility model belongs to the technical field of photovoltaic tracker technique and specifically relates to indicate and provide a push-down photovoltaic tracer.
Background
Photovoltaic panels are power generation devices that produce direct current in sunlight, consisting of thin, fixed photovoltaic cells made of semiconductor materials (e.g., silicon), usually in combination with storage batteries. When the photovoltaic panel is used, the photovoltaic effect of the semiconductor material of the solar cell is mainly utilized to directly convert solar radiation energy into electric energy. The photovoltaic panel is mainly applied to remote areas without a power grid and population-dispersed areas, in the areas with the public power grid, the photovoltaic panel is connected with the power grid and can be operated in a grid-connected mode, and the photovoltaic panel has higher power generation efficiency and better environmental protection performance.
In the manufacturing process of the photovoltaic panel, in order to collect more sunlight, the area of the panel surface of the photovoltaic panel is usually set to be larger, so that the photovoltaic panel is heavier. In order to collect the sunlight to the maximum extent during the use of the photovoltaic panel, the panel surface of the photovoltaic panel is generally aligned with the surface irradiated by the sunlight for a long time. The sunlight irradiation angles at different times of a year are inconsistent, so that the angle position of the photovoltaic panel needs to be adjusted every other time when the photovoltaic panel is used. Because the photovoltaic board is comparatively heavy, the support that is used for supporting the photovoltaic board at present is usually for the detachable support, when needs adjustment photovoltaic board angular position, needs use tools etc. to operate the support of photovoltaic board to make the angle modulation operation of photovoltaic board very complicated, and waste time and energy. Simultaneously on the existing market season adjustable photovoltaic supporting structure is common to have: single circular arc formula photovoltaic support that can adjust in season, jack type photovoltaic support that can adjust in season, the construction installation progress is slow, adjusts the difficulty, poor stability.
Disclosure of Invention
In order to solve the technical problem, the utility model aims to provide a push-down photovoltaic tracer, this structure makes the installation simple and convenient, but single quick adjustment has practiced thrift the manpower, has practiced thrift the cost.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the utility model adopts the following technical scheme: there is provided a putter-type photovoltaic tracking device, comprising:
the upright post is fixed on the ground;
the bearing block is arranged on the upright post, and a bearing is nested in the bearing block;
the main beam penetrates through the bearing and is used for mounting a photovoltaic cell assembly;
push rod mechanism for adjust photovoltaic cell subassembly's angle, two at least push rod mechanisms follow the extending direction interval of girder sets up, every push rod mechanism includes: the push rod assembly comprises a push rod mandrel and a push rod sleeved on the periphery of the push rod mandrel, the push rod mandrel is in threaded fit with the push rod, so that the push rod mandrel rotates and simultaneously drives the push rod to move in a stretching mode, one end of the push rod arm is fixedly connected with the main beam, and the other end of the push rod arm is rotatably connected with the push rod assembly;
drive mechanism, drive mechanism include with every two at least first rotating member of the coaxial setting of push rod dabber and with the second rotating member of the spindle space staggered arrangement of first rotating member, first rotating member with the meshing of second rotating member rotates, the second rotating member rotates under drive assembly's drive, drives two at least first rotating members and corresponding the synchronous rotation of push rod dabber.
In this embodiment, preferably, the first rotating member is a worm gear member, the second rotating member includes at least two worm members adapted to the first rotating member, and a connecting rod connected between two adjacent worm members, and the worm members are connected to the connecting rod via hinges.
In this embodiment, preferably, the first rotating member is a mandrel provided with a first thread, the second rotating member is a rod member provided with a second thread at a corresponding position, and the first thread of the first rotating member is in fit connection with the second thread of the second rotating member.
In this embodiment, preferably, the first rotating member is a first gear member, the second rotating member is a second gear member adapted to the first gear member, and two adjacent second gear members are connected via a connecting rod.
In this embodiment, preferably, the pushing rod mechanism further includes a pushing rod seat, the pushing rod seat is connected to the pushing rod assembly, and the pushing rod seat is disposed on the upright.
In this embodiment, preferably, the pushing rod mechanism further comprises a pushing rod seat, the pushing rod seat is connected with the pushing rod assembly, the pushing rod seat is arranged on the base, and the base is fixed underground.
In this embodiment, preferably, the push rod seat is provided with a first cavity shell and a second cavity shell, and the first cavity shell is used for fixing the push rod mandrel, the push rod and the first rotating member; the second cavity shell is used for fixing the second rotating piece, and the first cavity shell is connected with the second cavity shell.
In this embodiment, preferably, the push rod is provided with a hollow cavity, a threaded structure is arranged inside the cavity, and the push rod mandrel is in threaded fit with the push rod.
Preferably in this embodiment, the push rod assembly further comprises a housing and a transmission nut arranged in the housing and in threaded fit with the push rod mandrel, the push rod part is arranged in the housing, and one end of the push rod is connected with the transmission nut.
In this embodiment, it is preferable that a plurality of sliding bearings are provided inside the housing, and the push rod is inserted into the sliding bearings.
The utility model provides a push-down photovoltaic tracer can bring following at least one beneficial effect:
1. in the utility model, a plurality of push rod mechanisms are driven synchronously, so that the synchronous extension and contraction of the whole push rod system are realized, and the running synchronism, safety and stability of the photovoltaic tracking device are ensured; meanwhile, the single person can quickly adjust, so that the labor and the cost are saved.
2. The utility model discloses in, through push rod drive photovoltaic tracer, the device simple structure, simple to operate through worm gear drive photovoltaic tracer, makes photovoltaic tracer have self-locking function, has guaranteed photovoltaic tracer's stability and security.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of the putter-type photovoltaic tracking apparatus according to this embodiment.
Fig. 2 is a schematic structural diagram of the installation of the link and the push rod mechanism in the embodiment.
Fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of the push rod mechanism of the present embodiment.
Fig. 4 is a schematic view of the mounting structure of the link of the present embodiment.
Fig. 5 is a schematic structural diagram of the installation of the upright post and the main beam in the embodiment.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural view of the installation of the purlins and the main beams in the embodiment.
Fig. 7 is a schematic structural diagram of installation of the columns, the purlins and the main beams in the embodiment.
Fig. 8 is a schematic structural view of installation of the photovoltaic cell module of the present embodiment.
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the photovoltaic module comprises a vertical column 1, a vertical column 11, a driving vertical column 12, a supporting vertical column 2, a main beam 21, a main beam connecting piece 3, a bearing seat 31, a bearing 4, a push rod mechanism 41, a push rod arm 411, a first side arm 412, a second side arm 413, a first push rod arm hoop 414, a second push rod arm hoop 415, a rotating rod 42, a push rod 421, a push rod 422, a sliding bearing 423, a transmission nut 423, a push rod mandrel 424, a worm wheel 425, a worm 426, a worm 427, a shell 43, a push rod seat, a connecting rod 5, a purlin 6, a first oblique beam 61, a second oblique beam 62, a lower pressure rod 63, a connecting rod 64 and a photovoltaic module 7.
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While the present invention may be susceptible to embodiment in different forms, there is shown in the drawings and will herein be described in detail, specific embodiments thereof with the understanding that the present description is to be considered as an exemplification of the principles of the invention and is not intended to limit the invention to that as illustrated herein.
Thus, a feature indicated in this specification will serve to explain one of the features of an embodiment of the invention, and not to imply that every embodiment of the invention must have the described feature. Further, it should be noted that this specification describes many features. Although some features may be combined to show a possible system design, these features may also be used in other combinations not explicitly described. Thus, the combinations illustrated are not intended to be limiting unless otherwise specified.
In the embodiments shown in the drawings, the directions (such as up, down, left, right, front, and rear) are used to explain the structure and movement of the various components of the present invention not absolutely, but relatively. These illustrations are appropriate when these components are in the positions shown in the figures. If the description of the positions of these components changes, the indication of these directions changes accordingly.
The preferred embodiments of the present invention will be further described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
In an embodiment, as shown in fig. 1 and fig. 2, a push-rod photovoltaic tracking apparatus provided in this embodiment includes: the device comprises a stand column 1, a bearing seat 3, a main beam 2, a push rod mechanism 4 and a transmission mechanism. Wherein, stand 1 is the channel-section steel or steel pipe, and the lower extreme of stand 1 buries the underground deeply to make stand 1 keep firm. Bearing frame 3 is fixed on stand 1 through the screw, and bearing 31 has been nested to the inside of bearing frame 3, and bearing 31 can be the plastic bearing. As shown in fig. 8, the main beam 2 is inserted into the bearing 31, and a plurality of photovoltaic cell assemblies 7 are mounted on the main beam 2 along the extending direction thereof. The main beam 2 is a round steel pipe, a square steel pipe or other structural pipes.
Push rod mechanism 4 for adjust the angle of photovoltaic module 7, two at least push rod mechanisms 4 set up along the extending direction interval of girder 2, and every push rod mechanism 4 includes: the push rod assembly comprises a push rod core shaft 44 and a push rod 42 sleeved on the periphery of the push rod core shaft 44, the push rod core shaft 44 is in threaded fit with the push rod 42, so that the push rod core shaft 44 rotates and simultaneously drives the push rod 42 to move in a stretching mode, one end of the push rod arm 41 is fixedly connected with the main beam 2, and the other end of the push rod arm 41 is rotatably connected with the push rod assembly. The transmission mechanism comprises at least two first rotating parts and second rotating parts, the first rotating parts are coaxially arranged with each push rod mandrel 44, the second rotating parts are arranged in a staggered mode in a mandrel space of the first rotating parts, the first rotating parts are meshed with the second rotating parts to rotate, the second rotating parts are driven by the driving assembly to rotate, at least two first rotating parts are driven to rotate synchronously, and then the first rotating parts and the second rotating parts are driven to rotate synchronously corresponding to the push rod mandrels 44, so that the axial multipoint synchronous driving of the main beam 2 is achieved, and the torque on the main beam 2 is dispersed.
Preferably, as shown in fig. 3, the first rotating member is a worm wheel 425, the second rotating member is provided with at least two worms 426 adapted to the first rotating member, a connecting rod is provided between the plurality of worms 426, and the worms 426 and the connecting rod are connected via hinges. In another variant, the first rotating member is a mandrel provided with a first thread, the second rotating member is a rod member provided with a second thread at a corresponding position, and the first thread of the first rotating member is in adaptive connection with the second thread of the second rotating member. In another variation, the first rotating member is a first gear member, the second rotating member is a second gear member adapted to the first gear member, and two adjacent second gear members are connected via a connecting rod.
Specifically, the pusher mechanism 4 includes: a push rod arm 41, a push rod assembly and a push rod seat 43. As shown in fig. 1, the push rod arm 41 includes first and second side arms 411 and 412, the first and second side arms 411 and 412 are strip steel plates, and the first and second side arms 411 and 412 are respectively located at two sides of the bearing housing 3. One end of the first and second side arms 411, 412 is connected with a first and second push rod arm hoop 413, 414 respectively, and the first and second push rod arm hoops 413, 414 are fixedly connected with the main beam 2 through screws. The other ends 411, 412 of the first and second side arms are respectively provided with a first and second mounting hole, the rotating rod 415 passes through the first and second mounting holes to be rotatably connected with the push rod arm 41, and the rotating rod 415 is fixedly connected with the push rod 421. Reinforcing ribs are welded on the upper side and the lower side of the first side arm 411 and the second side arm 412 and are connected with the first side arm 411 and the second side arm 412 to improve the stability of the push rod arm 41.
As shown in fig. 3, the push rod assembly includes a hollow housing, and a push rod 421, a sliding bearing 422, a transmission nut 423 and a push rod mandrel 424 disposed inside the housing, the sliding bearing 422 is fixed inside the housing of the push rod assembly, the push rod 421 is disposed in the sliding bearing 422 in a penetrating manner, the right end of the push rod 421 is fixedly connected to the transmission nut 423, and the left end of the push rod 421 protrudes out of the housing of the push rod assembly. The driving nut 423 is sleeved on the push rod mandrel 424 and can reciprocate along the axial direction of the push rod mandrel 424. The push rod 421 may be a hollow tube, and the left end of the push rod core shaft 424 is inserted into the push rod 421. The right end of the push rod assembly is fixedly connected to a housing 427, and a worm gear 425 and a worm 426 are provided inside the housing 427. Wherein the housing 427 comprises a first chamber housing for fixing the push rod spindle 424, the push rod assembly and the turbine 425; the second cavity shell is used for fixing the worm 426, and the first cavity shell and the second cavity shell are detachably connected or integrally formed.
As shown in fig. 3, the worm wheel 425 is fixedly connected with the right end of the push rod mandrel 424, the worm wheel 425 is in fit connection with the worm 426, and the worm 426 is fixedly connected with the connecting rod 5. The rotating connecting rod 5 drives the worm wheel 425 to drive the push rod mandrel 424 to rotate, and the push rod mandrel 424 drives the push rod 421 to reciprocate in the axial direction of the push rod mandrel. The push rod seat 43 is of a U-shaped structure, the U-shaped portion of the push rod seat 43 is clamped at two opposite sides of the housing 427 and connected by a pin, so that the push rod seat 43 is rotatably connected with the housing 427, and the U-shaped bottom of the push rod seat 43 is fixedly connected with the upright post 1. The ram seat 43 may also be provided on a base that is buried deep in the ground. The connecting rod 5 can be connected with a handle, and the main beam 2 can rotate by manually rotating the connecting rod 5; or the connecting rod 5 is connected with a driving motor, and the connecting rod 5 is rotated by the driving motor to realize the rotation of the main beam 2.
In the second embodiment, as shown in fig. 4, on the basis of the first embodiment, a plurality of columns 1 are provided, the plurality of columns 1 are disposed along the extending direction of the main beam 2, the plurality of columns 1 are all provided with the push rod mechanisms 4, the worms 426 in the plurality of push rod mechanisms 4 are fixedly connected through the connecting rod 5, and the rotating connecting rod 5 can drive the plurality of push rod mechanisms 4 to synchronously extend and retract. One end of the connecting rod 5 is provided with a driving component, the driving end of the driving component is fixedly connected with the connecting rod 5, and the driving component drives the connecting rod 5 to rotate and drives the plurality of push rod mechanisms 4 to synchronously extend and retract. Preferably, there are a plurality of main beams 2, and the plurality of main beams 2 are fixedly connected with each other through main beam connectors 21. The upright posts 1 are multiple, and the upright posts 1 are arranged along the extending direction of the main beam 2. The upright column 1 comprises a driving upright column 11 and a plurality of supporting upright columns 12, the supporting upright columns 12 and the driving upright column 11 are placed along the extending direction of the main beam 2, the push rod mechanism 4 is installed on the driving upright column 11, and the main beam 2 is rotatably connected with the supporting upright columns 12 through the bearing block 3. The connecting rod 5 extends along the axis direction of the main beam and is connected with the push rod mechanisms 4, the connecting rod 5 is connected with the driving component, and the connecting rod 5 is rotated by the driving component to realize the synchronous rotation of the main beams 2. In this embodiment, the plurality of push rod mechanisms 4 are connected to be driven synchronously through the connecting rod 5, so that the plurality of push rod mechanisms 4 can be extended synchronously, and the synchronism, safety and stability of the operation of the photovoltaic tracking device are ensured.
In the third embodiment, as shown in fig. 6, on the basis of the first and second embodiments, purlins 6 are arranged on the main beams 2, the purlins 6 are in a shape like a Chinese character 'ji', the purlins 6 are vertically and fixedly connected with the main beams 2, and the photovoltaic cell assemblies 7 are fixed on the purlins 6. Preferably, the lower side of the purline 6 is provided with a first oblique beam 61, a second oblique beam 62, a lower pressing rod 63 and a connecting rod 64, the left end of the first oblique beam 61 is fixedly connected with the left end of the purline 6 through screws, and the right end of the first oblique beam 61 is fixedly connected with the left end of the lower pressing rod 63 through screws; the right end of the second oblique beam 62 is fixedly connected with the right end of the purline 6 through screws, and the left end of the second oblique beam 62 is fixedly connected with the right end of the lower press rod 63 through screws; the purlin 6 is parallel to the lower pressing rod 63 to clamp the main beam 2 between the purlin 6 and the lower pressing rod 63, so that the purlin 6 is positioned on the upper side of the main beam 2, and the lower pressing rod 63 is positioned on the lower side of the main beam 2. The left side and the right side of the main beam 2 are respectively provided with a connecting rod 64, the upper end of each connecting rod 64 is fixedly connected with the purline 6, the lower end of each connecting rod 64 is fixedly connected with the lower pressing rod 63, and the left side and the right side of the main beam 2 are clamped between the two connecting rods 64. Thereby realizing the fixed connection of the main beam 2 and the purline.
Preferably, as shown in fig. 7, there are a plurality of purlins 6, the plurality of purlins 6 are uniformly arranged on the main beam 2, the plurality of photovoltaic cell assemblies 7 are respectively fixed on the corresponding purlins 6, and the plurality of photovoltaic cell sheets 7 are located on the same plane.
It should be noted that the above embodiments can be freely combined as necessary. The foregoing is only a preferred embodiment of the present invention, and it should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, a plurality of modifications and decorations can be made without departing from the principle of the present invention, and these modifications and decorations should also be regarded as the protection scope of the present invention.

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1. A pusher-bar photovoltaic tracking device, comprising:
the upright post is fixed on the ground;
the bearing block is arranged on the upright post, and a bearing is nested in the bearing block;
the main beam penetrates through the bearing and is used for mounting a photovoltaic cell assembly;
push rod mechanism for adjust photovoltaic cell subassembly's angle, two at least push rod mechanisms follow the extending direction interval of girder sets up, every push rod mechanism includes: the push rod assembly comprises a push rod mandrel and a push rod sleeved on the periphery of the push rod mandrel, the push rod mandrel is in threaded fit with the push rod, so that the push rod mandrel rotates and simultaneously drives the push rod to move in a stretching mode, one end of the push rod arm is fixedly connected with the main beam, and the other end of the push rod arm is rotatably connected with the push rod assembly;
drive mechanism, drive mechanism include with every two at least first rotating member of the coaxial setting of push rod dabber and with the second rotating member of the spindle space staggered arrangement of first rotating member, first rotating member with the meshing of second rotating member rotates, the second rotating member rotates under drive assembly's drive, drives two at least first rotating members and corresponding the synchronous rotation of push rod dabber.
2. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the first rotating piece is a worm gear member, the second rotating piece comprises at least two worm members matched with the first rotating piece and a connecting rod connected between two adjacent worm members, and the worm members are connected with the connecting rod through hinges.
3. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the first rotating piece is a mandrel provided with first threads, the second rotating piece is a rod piece provided with second threads at the corresponding position, and the first threads of the first rotating piece are in adaptive connection with the second threads of the second rotating piece.
4. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the first rotating piece is a first gear component, the second rotating piece is a second gear component matched with the first gear component, and two adjacent second gear components are connected through a connecting rod.
5. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the push rod mechanism further comprises a push rod seat, the push rod seat is connected with the push rod assembly, and the push rod seat is arranged on the stand column.
6. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the push rod mechanism further comprises a push rod seat, the push rod seat is connected with the push rod assembly, the push rod seat is arranged on the base, and the base is fixed underground.
7. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 5 or 6, wherein:
the push rod seat is provided with a first cavity shell and a second cavity shell, and the first cavity shell is used for fixing the push rod mandrel, the push rod and the first rotating piece; the second cavity shell is used for fixing the second rotating piece, and the first cavity shell is connected with the second cavity shell.
8. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the push rod is provided with a hollow cavity, and a thread structure is arranged inside the cavity.
9. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 1, wherein:
the push rod assembly further comprises a shell and a transmission nut arranged in the shell and in threaded fit with the push rod mandrel, the push rod part is arranged in the shell, and one end of the push rod is connected with the transmission nut.
10. The putter-type photovoltaic tracking device of claim 9, wherein:
the inside of casing is equipped with a plurality of slide bearings, the push rod wears to establish in the slide bearing.
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