CN211575289U - Cabinet air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same - Google Patents

Cabinet air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same Download PDF

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CN211575289U
CN211575289U CN202020232335.7U CN202020232335U CN211575289U CN 211575289 U CN211575289 U CN 211575289U CN 202020232335 U CN202020232335 U CN 202020232335U CN 211575289 U CN211575289 U CN 211575289U
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陈良锐
康铁生
覃强
周何杰
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The utility model discloses a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit and have its air conditioner, cabinet air conditioner indoor unit includes: a housing having an air outlet; the air dispersion assembly comprises a first air guide part and a second air guide part, the first air guide part and the second air guide part are respectively movably arranged on the shell, in a first no-wind-feeling mode, at least part of the first air guide part is positioned on the outer side of the air outlet, at least part of the second air guide part is positioned on the outer side of the air outlet, an air supply space can be defined by the part of the first air guide part positioned on the outer side of the air outlet, the part of the second air guide part positioned on the outer side of the air outlet and a plane where the air outlet is positioned, and at least one of the first air guide part and the second air guide part is suitable for enabling air blown out of the air supply space to flow in a diffusion. According to the utility model discloses a cabinet air conditioner internal unit is favorable to improving the air supply volume of cabinet air conditioner internal unit when no wind sense goes out wind, and then is favorable to improving user's use and experiences, reduces the energy consumption, improves the efficiency.

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Cabinet air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same
Technical Field
The utility model relates to an air conditioning technology field, concretely relates to cabinet air conditioner internal unit and have its air conditioner.
Background
Generally, the air supply mode of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is single, and cold air is blown directly to a user, so that the user feels uncomfortable. In the related art, although the no-wind-sense air outlet can be realized, the air output when the no-wind-sense air outlet is performed is small, the use experience of a user is reduced, and the energy consumption is increased, so that how to improve the air output when the no-wind-sense air outlet is performed by the cabinet air conditioner internal unit is a technical problem that needs to be solved urgently by technical personnel in the field.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model discloses aim at solving one of the technical problem that exists among the prior art at least. Therefore, the utility model provides a cabinet air conditioner internal unit can increase the air-out area when no wind sense goes out to improve the air supply volume of cabinet air conditioner internal unit when no wind sense goes out, and then be favorable to improving user's use experience, reduce the energy consumption, improve the efficiency.
The utility model also provides an air conditioner of having above-mentioned cabinet air conditioner internal unit.
According to the utility model discloses cabinet air conditioner internal unit, include: a housing having an air outlet; the air dispersion assembly comprises a first air guide part and a second air guide part, the first air guide part and the second air guide part are respectively movably arranged on the shell, in a first no-wind mode, at least part of the first air guide part is positioned outside the air outlet, at least part of the second air guide part is positioned outside the air outlet, an air supply space can be enclosed between the part of the first air guide part positioned outside the air outlet, the part of the second air guide part positioned outside the air outlet and a plane where the air outlet is positioned, and at least one of the first air guide part and the second air guide part is suitable for enabling air blown out of the air supply space to diffuse and flow.
According to the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit of the embodiment of the utility model, in the first no-wind-feeling mode, the part of the first wind guide part positioned outside the air outlet, the part of the second wind guide part positioned outside the air outlet and the plane where the air outlet is positioned can be enclosed into an air supply space, at least one of the first wind guide part and the second wind guide part can diffuse and flow the wind blown out from the air supply space, thereby not only realizing no-wind-feeling air outlet, and the air flow blown out from the air outlet can respectively flow to the indoor space through the first air guiding component and the second air guiding component, the air outlet area is increased when no wind is sensed, therefore, the air supply quantity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit can be increased when no wind is induced to flow out, the capacity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit for adjusting the indoor environment temperature in the first no-wind mode is improved, and the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is favorable for improving the use experience of a user, reducing the energy consumption and improving the energy efficiency.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cross section of the air supply space is formed substantially in a triangular shape.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first air guiding part and the second air guiding part are arranged along a circumferential direction of the housing, the first air guiding part is movable along the circumferential direction of the housing, the first air guiding part has a first position and a second position, the first position is along a flow direction of an air flow, the first air guiding part is not overlapped with the air outlet, the second position is where the first air guiding part shields a part of the air outlet, and the first air guiding part shields the part of the air outlet is located outside the air outlet, the first no-wind feeling mode is adopted, and the first air guiding part is located at the second position.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the housing has a first accommodating cavity therein, the first accommodating cavity is located at a side of the air outlet away from the second air guiding component, and the first air guiding component is accommodated in the first accommodating cavity at the first position; at the second position, at least part of the first air guiding component extends out of the first accommodating cavity.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit further includes a first driving device, and the first driving device is connected to the first air guiding component for driving the first air guiding component to move.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first driving device comprises: the first air guiding component is arranged on the shell, the first driving motor is arranged on the shell and used for driving the gear to rotate, and the gear is meshed with the rack.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first driving device is a plurality of first driving devices, and the plurality of first driving devices are spaced apart along the length direction of the first wind guide part.
In some embodiments of the present invention, a guide groove is disposed on the first air guiding component, and a guide rail is disposed on the housing, and the guide groove cooperates with the guide rail to guide the movement of the first air guiding component.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the guide groove is a plurality of, and the guide groove is spaced apart along the length direction of the first air guiding component, and the guide rail is a plurality of, and the guide rail is matched with the guide grooves in a one-to-one correspondence.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the second air guiding part is movable along a circumferential direction of the housing, the second air guiding part has a third position and a fourth position, the third position is along a flowing direction of an air flow, the second air guiding part is not overlapped with the air outlet, the fourth position is where the second air guiding part shields the rest of the air outlet, and the part of the air outlet shielded by the second air guiding part is located outside the air outlet in the first non-wind sensing mode, the second air guiding part is located in the fourth position.
In some embodiments of the present invention, a second accommodating cavity is formed in the housing, the second accommodating cavity is located on a side of the air outlet away from the first air guiding component, and the second air guiding component is accommodated in the second accommodating cavity in the third position; at the fourth position, at least part of the second air guiding component extends out of the second accommodating cavity.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit further comprises a second driving device, and the second driving device is connected to the second air guiding part for driving the second air guiding part to move.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first wind guiding part is rotatably connected to the housing, and in the first no-wind mode, the first wind guiding part is located outside the air outlet and covers a portion of the air outlet.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit further includes a third driving device, and the third driving device is connected to the first air guiding component for driving the rotation of the first air guiding component.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the third driving device includes a third driving motor, the third driving motor includes a motor body and an output shaft, the motor body is mounted on the housing, and the output shaft is connected to the first wind-guiding component for driving the rotation of the first wind-guiding component.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the third driving motor is installed on the inner wall of the housing, the housing is provided with an avoiding opening spaced from the air outlet, the first air guiding component is provided with a pivoting arm, and a free end of the pivoting arm passes through the avoiding opening extending into the housing to connect with the output shaft.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the third driving device is a plurality of third driving devices, the third driving devices are arranged along the length direction of the first wind guiding component at intervals, and the rotation center lines of the output shafts of the third driving devices are collinear.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the second air guiding component is rotatably connected to the housing, the rotation center line of the second air guiding component and the rotation center line of the first air guiding component are circumferentially spaced apart from each other on the housing, in the first no-wind-feeling mode, the second air guiding component is located outside the air outlet and blocks the rest of the air outlet.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit further includes a fourth driving device, and the fourth driving device is connected to the second air guiding component for driving the second air guiding component to rotate.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first wind guiding component is a rotational flow component or a wind guiding plate, and the second wind guiding component is a rotational flow component or a wind guiding plate, wherein the rotational flow component includes a mounting body and a rotating member, the mounting body has a gas channel, and the rotating member is rotatably disposed in the gas channel; the air deflector is provided with a plurality of through holes which penetrate through the air deflector in the thickness direction of the air deflector.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the rotating member is a wind wheel.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the rotational flow assembly further comprises a stationary blade, the stationary blade is disposed at the inlet end of the gas passage, the rotating member is relative to the stationary blade, and the stationary blade is rotatable and detachably connected to the stationary blade.
The utility model discloses an in some embodiments, the air outlet is a plurality of, it is a plurality of to disperse the wind subassembly, and is a plurality of it is a plurality of to disperse the wind subassembly and a plurality of the air outlet one-to-one sets up.
According to the utility model discloses an air conditioner, include: the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is provided.
According to the utility model discloses an air conditioner, through setting up foretell cabinet air conditioner internal unit, not only can realize the no wind sense air-out, but also can increase the air-out area when no wind sense goes out to improve the air supply volume of cabinet air conditioner internal unit when no wind sense goes out, and then be favorable to improving user's use experience, reduce the energy consumption, improve the efficiency.
Additional aspects and advantages of the invention will be set forth in part in the description which follows and, in part, will be obvious from the description, or may be learned by practice of the invention.
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The above and/or additional aspects and advantages of the present invention will become apparent and readily appreciated from the following description of the embodiments, taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings of which:
fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 2 is an exploded view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the first air guiding component is movably disposed at the air outlet, and the second air dispersing portion is rotatably disposed at the air outlet;
fig. 3 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in a shutdown state;
fig. 4 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in a normal air-out mode;
fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to an embodiment of the present invention, wherein the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in a first no-wind mode;
FIG. 6 is an enlarged schematic view at A in FIG. 5;
fig. 7 is a schematic partial exploded view of a front panel, a first wind-guiding member and a driving device of the first wind-guiding member according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 8 is a schematic structural view of a first wind guide member and a driving device of the first wind guide member according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 9 is a schematic structural view of a second wind directing component and a housing according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 10 is an exploded view of the front panel, the second wind-guiding member and the driving device of the second wind-guiding member according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 11 is a partial schematic structural view of a driving device of a front panel, a second wind guide member and a second wind guide member according to an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 12 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to another embodiment of the present invention, wherein the first air guiding component and the second air guiding component are movably disposed at the air outlet respectively, and the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in a first no-wind mode;
FIG. 13 is an enlarged schematic view at B in FIG. 12;
fig. 14 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to yet another embodiment of the present invention, wherein the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in a first no-wind mode;
FIG. 15 is an enlarged schematic view at C of FIG. 14;
fig. 16 is a cross-sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to yet another embodiment of the present invention, wherein the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is an air conditioner single-flow cabinet and is in a shutdown state;
fig. 17 is a cross-sectional view of the indoor unit of the packaged air conditioner of fig. 16 in a normal air outlet mode;
fig. 18 is a cross-sectional view of the packaged air conditioner indoor unit of fig. 16 in a first no-wind mode;
FIG. 19 is an enlarged schematic view at D of FIG. 18;
fig. 20 is a sectional view of a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit according to still another embodiment of the present invention, wherein the first air guiding part and the second air guiding part are both rotatably installed at the air outlet.
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a cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100;
a housing 1; a front panel 11; an air outlet 111; a guide rail 112; an avoidance port 113; a rear case 12; an air inlet 121; a base 13; a first accommodating chamber 14; a second accommodation chamber 15;
a wind dispersing component 2; an air supply space 2 a;
a first air-guiding member 21; a guide groove 211;
a second wind-guiding member 22; a pivoting arm 221;
a first drive device 3; a first drive motor 31; a gear 32; a rack 33;
a third driving device 4; a third drive motor 41; a motor body 411; an output shaft 412;
a swirl assembly 5; a mounting body 51; the gas passage 51 a; an air inlet 511; a vent 512; a rotating member 52; the stationary vanes 53;
an air deflector 6; a through hole 61;
a heat exchanger assembly 7;
an air duct assembly 8; a yaw blade 81; a vertical swing leaf 82; a fan 83;
the door 9 is opened and closed.
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Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the drawings are exemplary only for the purpose of explaining the present invention, and should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "center", "longitudinal", "lateral", "length", "width", "thickness", "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", "axial", "radial", "circumferential", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and simplicity of description, and do not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and therefore should not be construed as limiting the present invention. Furthermore, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include one or more of that feature. In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless otherwise specified.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," and "connected" are to be construed broadly, and may be, for example, fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally connected; can be mechanically or electrically connected; they may be connected directly or indirectly through intervening media, or they may be interconnected between two elements. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present invention can be understood in specific cases to those skilled in the art.
A cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, a cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention may include a case 1 and a wind dispersing assembly 2. For example, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 may be a single-flow cabinet or a dual-flow cabinet.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, the casing 1 has an air outlet 111, for example, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, the casing 1 includes a front panel 11, a rear cabinet 12 and a base 13, the front panel 11 is provided with the air outlet 111, the rear cabinet 12 is provided with an air inlet 121, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes an air duct assembly 8, a heat exchanger assembly 7 and a water pan, the air duct assembly 8 and the heat exchanger assembly 7 are located in the casing 1 and located between the air inlet 121 and the air outlet 111, the water pan is located at the bottom of the heat exchanger assembly 7 for containing condensed water, the air duct assembly 8 includes a fan 83, under the action of the fan 83, indoor airflow flows into the casing 1 through the air inlet 121, then exchanges heat with the heat exchanger assembly 7, and then is discharged into an indoor space through the air outlet 111 to adjust.
Referring to fig. 3 and 4, the wind diffusing member 2 includes a first wind guide member 21 and a second wind guide member 22, the first wind guide member 21 and the second wind guide member 22 are movably provided on the casing 1, and as shown in fig. 5 and 6, in the first no-wind mode, at least a part of the first wind guide member 21 is located outside the wind outlet 111, at least a part of the second wind guide member 22 is located outside the wind outlet 111, a wind blowing space 2a may be enclosed between a part of the first wind guide member 21 located outside the wind outlet 111, a part of the second wind guide member 22 located outside the wind outlet 111, and a plane where the wind outlet 111 is located, and at least one of the first wind guide member 21 and the second wind guide member 22 is adapted to diffuse wind blown out from the wind blowing space 2 a.
Here, "at least one of the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 is adapted to diffuse the wind blown out from the air blowing space 2 a" means that one of the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 is adapted to diffuse the wind blown out from the air blowing space 2a, or both of the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 are adapted to diffuse the wind blown out from the air blowing space 2 a.
It should be noted that the air flow in the air supply space 2a can be respectively scattered by the first air guiding part 21 and the second air guiding part 22 and then flows into the indoor space, so that the non-wind-sensation air outlet can be realized, and the air flow blown out from the air outlet 111 can flow into the indoor space through the first air guiding part 21 and the second air guiding part 22 respectively, thereby increasing the air outlet area when the non-wind-sensation air outlet is performed, so as to improve the air supply amount of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 when the non-wind-sensation air outlet is performed, and further, the use experience of the user can be improved, the energy consumption can be reduced, and the energy efficiency can be improved.
Optionally, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 may have multiple air outlet modes, for example, as shown in fig. 4, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further has a normal air outlet mode, in the normal air outlet mode, both the first air guiding part 21 and the second air guiding part 22 open the air outlet 111, and the air flow is directly blown from the air outlet 111 to the indoor environment, so as to implement a conventional large air volume air outlet;
for another example, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 further has a second no-wind-sense mode, in the second no-wind-sense mode, the first wind guide part 21 opens the wind outlet 111, the second wind guide part 22 closes the wind outlet 111 (refer to fig. 3), and the air flows through the second wind guide part 22 and spreads to flow into the indoor space. It should be noted that, referring to fig. 3, the first air guiding component 21 opens the air outlet 111, and the second air guiding component 22 closes the air outlet 111, at this time, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 may not be operated, and the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 is in a shutdown state.
It is worth explaining that, in practical research, the inventor finds that, in the related art, the micro porous plate is arranged at the air outlet to enable air to overflow from the micro porous plate to realize no-wind-sensation air outlet, however, when the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is in no-wind-sensation air outlet, due to the limitation of the area of the air outlet, the air outlet area of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is small, the air outlet quantity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit is small, the capacity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit for adjusting the indoor environment temperature is reduced, the use experience of a user is influenced, and the energy consumption is increased.
In view of this, according to the indoor unit 100 of the present invention, in the first no-wind-sensation mode, the portion of the first wind guiding component 21 located outside the wind outlet 111, the portion of the second wind guiding component 22 located outside the wind outlet 111, and the plane where the wind outlet 111 is located can be enclosed into the wind supplying space 2a, and the first wind guiding component 21 and the second wind guiding component 22 can scatter the wind blown out from the wind supplying space 2a to realize no-wind-sensation wind outlet, so that not only no-wind-sensation wind outlet can be realized, but also the airflow blown out from the wind outlet 111 can flow into the indoor space through the first wind guiding component 21 and the second wind guiding component 22, and the wind outlet area when no-wind-sensation wind is generated is increased, thereby increasing the wind supply amount of the indoor unit 100 when no-wind is generated, increasing the capacity of the indoor temperature adjustment of the indoor unit 100 in the first no-wind-sensation mode, and further facilitating the improvement of user experience, Reduce energy consumption and improve energy efficiency.
In some embodiments of the present invention, as shown in fig. 5, the cross section of the air supply space 2a is formed substantially in a triangular shape. Therefore, both the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 can be made into a flat plate shape, which is beneficial to simplifying the structures of the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 and reducing the production cost.
For example, referring to fig. 1 and 2, the outlet 111 extends in the vertical direction, and in the first no-wind mode, the first air-guiding member 21 blocks the left portion of the outlet 111, the second air-guiding member 22 blocks the right portion of the outlet 111, the portion of the first air-guiding member 21 located outside the outlet 111, the portion of the second air-guiding member 22 located outside the outlet 111, and the plane in which the outlet 111 is located may define an air-blowing space 2a having a substantially triangular cross section, the upper end and the lower end of the air blowing space 2a are opened, the air flow flowing out from the air outlet 111 flows to the indoor space through the first air guiding part 21, the second air guiding part 22 and the opening at the upper end and the lower end of the air blowing space 2a respectively, it can be understood that the air flow blown out from the open ports at the upper and lower ends of the air blowing space 2a does not blow the user straight, therefore, the air supply volume of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 in the first no-wind-feeling mode can be further increased.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the first wind-guiding member 21 and the second wind-guiding member 22 are arranged along the circumferential direction of the casing 1, the first wind-guiding member 21 is movable along the circumferential direction of the casing 1, optionally, the moving track of the first wind-guiding member 21 may be a straight line or an arc, the first wind-guiding member 21 has a first position and a second position, in the first position (refer to fig. 3), the first wind-guiding member 21 does not overlap with the air outlet 111 along the flowing direction of the airflow, in the second position (refer to fig. 5 and 6), the first wind-guiding member 21 blocks a portion of the air outlet 111, and a portion of the first wind-guiding member 21 blocking the air outlet 111 is located outside the air outlet 111, and in the first non-wind sensing mode, the first wind-guiding member 21 is located at the second position. Therefore, the movement of the first air guiding component 21 can be simplified, and the control cost of the first air guiding component 21 can be reduced.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 12, the housing 1 has a first accommodating cavity 14 therein, the first accommodating cavity 14 is located at a side of the air outlet 111 away from the second air guiding component 22, and in the first position, the first air guiding component 21 is accommodated in the first accommodating cavity 14; in the second position, at least a portion of the first wind-guiding component 22 extends out of the first accommodating cavity 14. Therefore, in the first position, the first air guiding component 21 is accommodated in the first accommodating cavity 14, so that interference of an external object on movement of the first air guiding component 21 can be reduced, and the reliability of work of the first air guiding component 21 is improved.
In some alternative embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 7, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes a first driving device 3, and the first driving device 3 is connected to the first air guiding component 21 for driving the first air guiding component 21 to move. It should be noted that the first driving device 3 and the control device of the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 transmit signals, so that the movement of the first air guiding component 21 can be intelligently controlled, which is beneficial to improving the user experience.
Alternatively, as shown with reference to fig. 8, the first driving device 3 includes: the first air guiding component 21 comprises a first driving motor 31, a gear 32 and a rack 33, wherein the rack 33 is arranged on the first air guiding component 21, the first driving motor 31 is arranged on the shell 1 and used for driving the gear 32 to rotate, and the gear 32 is meshed with the rack 33. It can be understood that the rack 33 may extend along the circumferential direction of the housing 1, the first driving motor 31 drives the gear 32 to rotate, and the gear 32 is engaged with the rack 33 to drive the first wind guiding component 21 to move. Therefore, the structure is simple, and the movement of the first air guiding part 21 is convenient to control.
In some alternative embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 8, the first driving device 3 is plural, and the plural first driving devices 3 are spaced apart along the length direction of the first wind guiding member 21. Therefore, the first air guiding part 21 can be ensured to be subjected to balanced power in the length direction, and the first air guiding part 21 is prevented from inclining in the moving process or sliding resistance is increased due to the inclination tendency of the first air guiding part 21, so that the first air guiding part 21 can move more stably and smoothly.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 7 and 8, the first wind guiding part 21 is provided with a guide groove 211, the housing 1 is provided with a guide rail 112, and the guide groove 211 cooperates with the guide rail 112 to guide the movement of the first wind guiding part 21. Therefore, the first air guiding part 21 can move smoothly and stably, and the reliability of the movement of the first air guiding part 21 is ensured.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 7 and 8, the plurality of guide grooves 211 are provided, the plurality of guide grooves 211 are spaced apart along the length direction of the first wind guide part 21, the plurality of guide rails 112 are provided, and the plurality of guide rails 112 are matched with the plurality of guide grooves 211 in a one-to-one correspondence manner. For example, there are two guide grooves 211, two guide grooves 211 are respectively located on the top surface and the bottom surface of the first air guiding component 21, there are two guide rails 112, and the two guide rails 112 are matched with the two guide grooves 211 in a one-to-one correspondence manner. Therefore, the movement of the first air guiding part 21 is further enabled to be stable and smooth, and the reliability of the movement of the first air guiding part 21 is ensured.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, as shown in fig. 3 and fig. 5, the first air guiding component 21 and the second air guiding component 22 are arranged along the circumferential direction of the casing 1, the first air guiding component 21 is movably disposed on the casing 1 along the circumferential direction of the casing 1, the second air guiding component 22 is rotatably connected to the casing 1, the driving device for driving the first air guiding component 21 to move may be the first driving device 3, the driving device for driving the second air guiding component 22 to rotate may be the following third driving device 4, in a shutdown state, as shown in fig. 3, the first air guiding component 21 opens the air outlet 111 and the first air guiding component 21 is accommodated in the casing 1, and the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 does not work.
Specifically, as shown in fig. 4, in the normal air outlet mode, the first air guiding part 21 moves to a position not opposite to the air outlet 111 to open the air outlet 111, the second air guiding part 22 rotates to open the air outlet 111, and the air flow is directly blown from the air outlet 111 to the indoor environment, so that the normal large-air-volume air outlet is realized;
as shown in fig. 5, in the first no-wind-sensation mode, an air supply space 2a with a generally triangular cross section is defined between the portion of the first air guiding component 21 located outside the air outlet 111, the portion of the second air guiding component 22 located outside the air outlet 111, and the plane where the air outlet 111 is located, so that the air outlet area in the no-wind-sensation mode is greatly increased, and the no-wind-sensation air supply amount is increased;
as shown in fig. 3, in the second no-wind-sense mode, the first wind guide part 21 opens the wind outlet 111, the second wind guide part 22 closes the wind outlet 111, and the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 operates, and the airflow is diffused by the second wind guide part 22 to flow into the indoor space.
In other embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 12 and 13, the second air guiding part 22 is movable along the circumferential direction of the housing 1, the second air guiding part 22 has a third position and a fourth position, in the third position, the second air guiding part 22 does not overlap with the air outlet 111 along the flowing direction of the air flow, in the fourth position, the second air guiding part 22 blocks the rest of the air outlet 111, and the portion of the second air guiding part 22 blocking the air outlet 111 is located outside the air outlet 111, and in the first no-wind mode, the second air guiding part 22 is located at the fourth position. Therefore, the movement of the second air guiding component 22 can be simplified, which is beneficial to reducing the control cost of the second air guiding component 22. For example, when the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 is in a shutdown state, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 is not operated, the first air guiding component 21 is in the second position, and the second air guiding component 22 is in the fourth position; in a normal air outlet state, the first air guiding component 21 is located at the first position, and the second air guiding component 22 is located at the third position, so that the air outlet is completely opened.
Optionally, as shown in fig. 12 and 13, a second accommodating cavity 15 is formed in the housing 1, the second accommodating cavity 15 is located on a side of the air outlet 111 away from the first air guiding component 21, and in a third position, the second air guiding component 22 is accommodated in the second accommodating cavity 15; in the fourth position, at least a portion of the second wind-guiding component 22 extends out of the second accommodating cavity 15. Therefore, the interference of the external object to the movement of the second air guiding component 22 can be reduced, which is beneficial to improving the working reliability of the second air guiding component 22.
In some embodiments of the present invention, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes a second driving device (not shown), which is connected to the second air guiding component 22 for driving the second air guiding component 22 to move. It should be noted that the second driving device and the control device of the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 transmit signals, so that the movement of the second air guiding component 22 can be intelligently controlled, which is beneficial to improving the user experience.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 20, the first wind guiding member 21 is rotatably connected to the housing 1, and in the first no-wind mode, the first wind guiding member 21 is located outside the air outlet 111 and blocks a portion of the air outlet 111. Therefore, the movement of the first air guiding component 21 can be simplified, and the control cost of the first air guiding component 21 can be reduced. For example, when the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 is in a shutdown state, the first air guiding component 21 closes the air outlet 111; or, in other embodiments, when the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 is in a shutdown state, the first air guiding component 21 is located outside the air outlet 111 and blocks a portion of the air outlet 111.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 10, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes a third driving device 4, and the third driving device 4 is connected to the first air guiding component 21 for driving the first air guiding component 21 to rotate. It should be noted that the third driving device 4 and the control device of the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 transmit signals, so that the rotation of the first air guiding component 21 can be intelligently controlled, which is beneficial to improving the user experience.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 10 and 11, the third driving device 4 includes a third driving motor 41, the third driving motor 41 includes a motor body 411 and an output shaft 412, the motor body 411 is mounted on the housing 1, and the output shaft 412 is connected to the first wind guiding member 21 for driving the first wind guiding member 21 to rotate. Therefore, the structure is simple, and the rotation of the first air guiding part 21 is convenient to control.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 11, the third driving motor 41 is installed on the inner wall of the casing 1, the casing 1 is provided with an avoiding opening 113 spaced apart from the air outlet 111, the first air guiding component 21 is provided with a pivoting arm 221, and a free end of the pivoting arm 221 passes through the avoiding opening 113 and extends into the casing 1 to be connected to the output shaft 412. It can be understood that, by arranging the third driving motor 41 in the casing 1, the reliability of the operation of the third driving motor 41 is ensured, and the appearance of the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 is beautiful.
In some optional embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 10, the number of the third driving devices 4 is plural, the plural third driving devices 4 are disposed at intervals along the length direction of the first wind guiding member 21, and the rotation center lines of the output shafts 412 of the plural third driving devices 4 are collinear. For example, the number of the third driving devices 4 is two, two third driving devices 4 are arranged at intervals in the up-down direction, and the rotation center lines of the output shafts 412 of the two third driving devices 4 are collinear. This is advantageous in further ensuring the reliability of the rotation of the first wind guide member 21.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 20, the second wind-guiding component 22 is rotatably connected to the housing 1, the rotation center line of the second wind-guiding component 22 and the rotation center line of the first wind-guiding component 21 are spaced apart in the circumferential direction of the housing 1, and in the first no-wind mode, the second wind-guiding component 22 is located outside the air outlet 111 and shields the rest of the air outlet 111. Therefore, the structure is simple, and the rotation of the second wind guide part 22 is convenient to control.
For example, as shown in fig. 20, the rotation center line of the second air guiding component 22 and the rotation center line of the first air guiding component 21 are respectively located at the left and right sides of the air outlet 111 and are arranged in parallel, in a shutdown state, the second air guiding component 22 and the first air guiding component 21 are stacked, the second air guiding component 22 is located at the inner side and can only close the part of the air outlet 111, and the first air guiding component 21 can completely close the air outlet 111. When the first no-wind mode is switched, the first wind guiding member 21 is opened first, the second wind guiding member 22 is opened later, and the free end of the second wind guiding member 22 can be abutted against the first wind guiding member 21, so that an air supply space 2a is defined between the first wind guiding member 21, the second wind dispersing member and the plane where the air outlet 111 is located.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 20, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes a fourth driving device (not shown), which is connected to the second air guiding component 22 for driving the second air guiding component 22 to rotate. It can be understood that the fourth driving device and the control device of the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 transmit signals, so that the rotation of the second air guiding component 22 can be intelligently controlled, which is beneficial to improving the user experience.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 11, the first wind guiding component 21 is the cyclone assembly 5 or the wind guiding plate 6, the second wind guiding component 22 is the cyclone assembly 5 or the wind guiding plate 6, wherein the swirling assembly 5 includes a mounting body 51 and a rotating member 52, the mounting body 51 having a gas passage 51a, the rotating member 52 rotatably provided in the gas passage 51a, it is understood that, when the wind blown out from the wind outlet 111 passes through the rotation member 52, the rotation member 52 rotates in the gas passage 51a to perform a diffused flow of the wind, for example, the mounting body 51 may be formed in a plate shape or a box shape, the gas passage 51 penetrates the mounting body 51 in a thickness direction of the mounting body 51 to form the air inlet hole 511 and the air vent hole 512 which are oppositely disposed at the mounting body 51, the rotating member 52 is a wind wheel, and the rotating member 52 includes a plurality of rotating blades which are spaced apart in a circumferential direction; the air deflector 6 is provided with a plurality of through holes 61 penetrating through the air deflector 6 in the thickness direction of the air deflector 6, and it can be understood that when the wind blown out from the wind outlet 111 passes through the air deflector 6, the through holes 61 on the air deflector 6 can scatter the airflow, thereby achieving the effect of weakening the airflow.
For example, as shown in fig. 4 and 5, the first air guiding component 21 is the cyclone assembly 5, and the second air guiding component 22 is the air guiding plate 6; as shown in fig. 14 and 15, the first air guiding component 21 is the air guiding plate 6, and the second air guiding component 22 is the cyclone assembly 5; for another example, the first wind guide part 21 and the second wind guide part 22 are both wind guide plates 6; for example, each of the first air guiding member 21 and the second air guiding member 22 is the cyclone assembly 5.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 8, the cyclone assembly 5 further includes a stationary blade 53, the stationary blade 53 is provided at an inlet end of the gas passage 51a, and the rotating member 52 is rotatable relative to the stationary blade 53 and detachably connected to the stationary blade 53. It can be understood that, because the stationary blade 53 and the rotating blade 52 are arranged at intervals in the flowing direction of the wind, so as to flow the wind flowing to the cyclone assembly 5 from the wind outlet 111, the wind can be diffused once through the stationary blade 53, and diffused once through the rotating blade 52, so that the wind energy of the wind flowing to the cyclone assembly 5 from the wind outlet 111 can be diffused for multiple times, thereby weakening the wind blown out from the wind outlet 111 better, and improving the comfort of the air outlet of the air conditioner, and meanwhile, through the fact that the rotating blade 52 and the stationary blade 53 are detachable, the user can clean the rotating blade 52 conveniently. For example, in some examples, the rotating member 52 is provided in plurality, and each rotating member 52 is detachably connected to a corresponding vane 53.
In some embodiments of the present invention, referring to fig. 5, the air outlets 111 are multiple, the air diffusing assemblies 2 are multiple, and the air diffusing assemblies 2 and the air outlets 111 are arranged in a one-to-one correspondence. Therefore, the air supply quantity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 in the first no-wind-sensation mode is further improved, the capacity of the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 in adjusting the indoor environment temperature in the first no-wind-sensation mode is improved, and the improvement of user experience, energy consumption reduction and energy efficiency improvement is facilitated. For example, as shown in fig. 5, the cabinet air conditioner indoor unit 100 is a double cross flow cabinet, two air outlets 111 are provided, two fans 83 are provided, the two fans 83 and the two air outlets 111 are disposed in one-to-one correspondence, and an air diffusing component 2 is disposed at each air outlet 111.
Of course, the present invention is not limited thereto, and as shown in fig. 16 and 17, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 is a single-through-flow cabinet air conditioner, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 further includes a switch door 9, the switch door 9 is movably disposed at the air outlet 111 to open or close the air outlet 111, the first air guiding component 21 and the second air guiding component 22 are arranged along the circumferential direction of the casing 1, and both the first air guiding component 21 and the second air guiding component 22 are movable along the circumferential direction of the casing 1. In the shutdown mode, as shown in fig. 16, both the first air guiding component 21 and the second air guiding component 22 open the air outlet 111, and the switch door 9 closes the air outlet 111; in the normal air outlet mode, as shown in fig. 17, the first air guiding component 21, the second air guiding component 22 and the switch door 9 open the air outlet 111; as shown in fig. 18, in the first no-wind mode, the first wind guide member 21 shields a portion of the wind outlet 111, the second wind guide member 22 shields the other portion of the wind outlet 111, and a wind blowing space 2a is defined between the portion of the first wind guide member 21 located outside the wind outlet 111, the portion of the second wind guide member 22 located outside the wind outlet 111, and the plane where the wind outlet 111 is located.
Optionally, in some examples, as shown in fig. 16 and 17, the air duct assembly 8 further includes a horizontal swing blade 81 and a vertical swing blade 82, the horizontal swing blade 81 and the vertical swing blade 82 are disposed at the air outlet 111 at intervals, and by controlling the swing of the horizontal swing blade 81 and the vertical swing blade 82, the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 can have multiple air supply forms, which is beneficial to meeting the personalized requirements of the user and further improving the use experience of the user.
According to the utility model discloses an air conditioner, include: according to the utility model discloses the cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 of above-mentioned embodiment.
According to the utility model discloses an air conditioner is through setting up the basis the utility model discloses cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 of above-mentioned embodiment not only can realize the air-out of no wind sense, but also can increase the air-out area when no wind sense goes out to improve the air supply volume of cabinet air conditioner internal unit 100 when no wind sense goes out, and then be favorable to improving user's use experience, reduce the energy consumption, improve the efficiency.
Other configurations and operations of the air conditioner according to the embodiment of the present invention are known to those skilled in the art and will not be described in detail herein.
In the description herein, references to the description of the term "one embodiment," "some embodiments," "an illustrative embodiment," "an example," "a specific example," or "some examples" or the like mean that a particular feature, structure, material, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment or example is included in at least one embodiment or example of the present invention. In this specification, the schematic representations of the terms used above do not necessarily refer to the same embodiment or example. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, materials, or characteristics described may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples.
While embodiments of the present invention have been shown and described, it will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that: various changes, modifications, substitutions and alterations can be made to the embodiments without departing from the principles and spirit of the invention, the scope of which is defined by the claims and their equivalents.

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1. A cabinet air conditioner indoor unit, comprising:
a housing having an air outlet;
the air dispersion assembly comprises a first air guide part and a second air guide part, the first air guide part and the second air guide part are respectively movably arranged on the shell, in a first no-wind mode, at least part of the first air guide part is positioned outside the air outlet, at least part of the second air guide part is positioned outside the air outlet, an air supply space can be enclosed between the part of the first air guide part positioned outside the air outlet, the part of the second air guide part positioned outside the air outlet and a plane where the air outlet is positioned, and at least one of the first air guide part and the second air guide part is suitable for enabling air blown out of the air supply space to diffuse and flow.
2. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the cross section of the air supply space is formed substantially in a triangle.
3. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the first air guiding part and the second air guiding part are arranged along a circumferential direction of the casing, the first air guiding part is movable along the circumferential direction of the casing, the first air guiding part has a first position and a second position, the first air guiding part and the air outlet do not overlap in a flowing direction of an air flow at the first position, the first air guiding part shields a portion of the air outlet and the portion of the first air guiding part shielding the air outlet is located outside the air outlet at the second position, and the first air guiding part is located at the second position in the first no-wind mode.
4. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 3, wherein the casing has a first receiving cavity therein, the first receiving cavity is located at a side of the air outlet away from the second air guiding component, and the first air guiding component is received in the first receiving cavity at the first position; at the second position, at least part of the first air guiding component extends out of the first accommodating cavity.
5. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 3, further comprising a first driving device connected to the first air guiding part for driving the first air guiding part to move.
6. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 5, wherein the first driving device comprises: the first air guiding component is arranged on the shell, the first driving motor is arranged on the shell and used for driving the gear to rotate, and the gear is meshed with the rack.
7. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 5, wherein the number of the first driving devices is plural, and the plural first driving devices are arranged at intervals along the length direction of the first air guiding part.
8. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 5, wherein the first air guiding component is provided with a guide groove, the casing is provided with a guide rail, and the guide groove is matched with the guide rail to guide the movement of the first air guiding component.
9. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 8, wherein the number of the guide grooves is plural, the plural guide grooves are spaced apart along the length direction of the first air guiding component, the number of the guide rails is plural, and the plural guide rails are in one-to-one correspondence with the plural guide grooves.
10. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 3, wherein the second air guiding part is movable in the circumferential direction of the casing, and has a third position where the second air guiding part does not overlap with the air outlet in the flow direction of the air flow and a fourth position where the second air guiding part shields the rest of the air outlet and the part of the second air guiding part shielding the air outlet is located outside the air outlet, and in the first no-wind mode, the second air guiding part is located in the fourth position.
11. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 10, wherein a second accommodating cavity is formed in the casing, the second accommodating cavity is located on one side of the air outlet away from the first air guiding component, and the second air guiding component is accommodated in the second accommodating cavity in the third position; at the fourth position, at least part of the second air guiding component extends out of the second accommodating cavity.
12. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 10, further comprising a second driving device connected to the second air guiding member for driving the second air guiding member to move.
13. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the first air guiding component is rotatably connected to the casing, and in the first no-wind mode, the first air guiding component is located outside the air outlet and covers a portion of the air outlet.
14. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 13, further comprising a third driving device connected to the first air guiding component for driving the first air guiding component to rotate.
15. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 14, wherein the third driving device comprises a third driving motor, the third driving motor comprises a motor body and an output shaft, the motor body is mounted on the casing, and the output shaft is connected with the first air guiding component for driving the first air guiding component to rotate.
16. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 15, wherein the third driving motor is mounted on an inner wall of the casing, the casing is provided with an avoidance port spaced apart from the air outlet, the first air guiding member is provided with a pivoting arm, and a free end of the pivoting arm passes through the avoidance port and extends into the casing to be connected with the output shaft.
17. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 14, wherein the number of the third driving devices is plural, the plural third driving devices are arranged at intervals along the length direction of the first air guiding component, and the rotation center lines of the output shafts of the plural third driving devices are collinear.
18. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 13, wherein the second air guiding part is rotatably connected to the casing, a rotation center line of the second air guiding part and a rotation center line of the first air guiding part are arranged at intervals in a circumferential direction of the casing, and in the first no-wind mode, the second air guiding part is located outside the air outlet and shields the rest of the air outlet.
19. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 18, further comprising a fourth driving device connected to the second air guiding member for driving the second air guiding member to rotate.
20. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the first air guiding component is a cyclone assembly or an air guiding plate, and the second air guiding component is a cyclone assembly or an air guiding plate, wherein the cyclone assembly comprises a mounting body and a rotating member, the mounting body is provided with an air channel, and the rotating member is rotatably arranged in the air channel; the air deflector is provided with a plurality of through holes which penetrate through the air deflector in the thickness direction of the air deflector.
21. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as in claim 20, wherein the rotating member is a wind wheel.
22. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to claim 20, wherein the cyclone assembly further comprises a stationary blade disposed at a gas inlet end of the gas passage, and the rotating member is rotatable relative to the stationary blade and detachably connected to the stationary blade.
23. The indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner as claimed in claim 1, wherein the number of the air outlets is plural, the number of the air dispersion assemblies is plural, and the plural air dispersion assemblies and the plural air outlets are arranged in one-to-one correspondence.
24. An air conditioner, comprising: the indoor unit of a cabinet air conditioner according to any one of claims 1-23.
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