CN212278184U - Locking structure of car refuting system - Google Patents

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CN212278184U
CN212278184U CN202021741820.3U CN202021741820U CN212278184U CN 212278184 U CN212278184 U CN 212278184U CN 202021741820 U CN202021741820 U CN 202021741820U CN 212278184 U CN212278184 U CN 212278184U
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The utility model relates to a locking structure of car system of refuting for the restriction refutes relative movement between car and the photovoltaic scavenging machine, and/or refutes relative movement between car and the track, locking structure restriction photovoltaic scavenging machine refutes the car relatively and refutes the removal of car on the first direction, and locking structure restriction refutes the relative track of car and refutes the removal of car in first direction and second direction, and first direction is parallel with the walking direction of photovoltaic scavenging machine on the track, the plane at second direction perpendicular to photovoltaic scavenging machine place. The locking structure can restrict and refute the relative movement between car and the photovoltaic scavenging machine, also can restrict and refute the relative movement between car and the track, has improved the stability of photovoltaic scavenging machine on refuting the car, and has improved the butt joint stability between car and the track of refuting, has avoided the photovoltaic scavenging machine from refuting car or track landing and the risk of damage, has guaranteed the stability of refuting the car system.

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Locking structure of car refuting system
Technical Field
The utility model relates to a lock structure of car system of refuting.
Background
Solar photovoltaic has become an important power of energy revolution in the world as a renewable clean energy. With the continuous expansion of the machine scale in the world, a common problem of global photovoltaic power generation begins to appear, namely the later operation and maintenance, particularly the surface cleaning of a photovoltaic module, dirt such as wind sand, dust and the like is easily accumulated on the surface of a solar panel, if the surface is not cleaned timely and scientifically and professionally, the generation power of the module is reduced by 40% -60% to the maximum extent, the generated energy is reduced by 20% -30%, the hot spot effect is generated, and the service life of the photovoltaic module is shortened. The efficiency of the photovoltaic module directly determines the power generation capacity of the solar power station, and keeping the photovoltaic module clean is an effective way for keeping the maximum power generation capacity of the photovoltaic power station. Along with the development of technology, there are various photovoltaic scavenging machine and use widely in the market, can realize need not to carry out any transformation to photovoltaic module, can directly depend on photovoltaic module automatic walking, automatic cleaning. However, large-scale photovoltaic power plant generally builds in more remote area, and the sand blown by the wind is great, and the stability of photovoltaic scavenging machine on refuting the car is poor, because of the track generally lays along the roofing and has certain inclination, refutes and slides easily between car and the track, causes the photovoltaic scavenging machine to move from refuting the car and refutes the car or move from the track and refute the car on the operation difficulty, especially produces the photovoltaic scavenging machine roll-off and refutes the car easily under the strong wind condition, refutes the car and breaks away from phenomenons such as track slides, seriously influences the performance of photovoltaic scavenging machine.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
An object of the utility model is to provide a can restrict refute car and photovoltaic scavenging machine between relative movement and/or refute car and track between relative movement refute car system's locking structure.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the utility model provides a following technical scheme: a locking structure of a barge system is used for limiting relative movement between the barge and a photovoltaic sweeper and/or between the barge and a track, the locking structure limits movement of the photovoltaic sweeper relative to the barge in a first direction, the locking structure limits movement of the barge relative to the track in the first direction and a second direction, the first direction is parallel to a walking direction of the photovoltaic sweeper on the track, and the second direction is perpendicular to a plane where the photovoltaic sweeper is located.
Furthermore, the locking structure includes a driving part and a driven part driven by the driving part, the driven part is rotatably connected with the driving part, the driving part is movably connected with the barge, and the driven part is movably connected with the barge.
Furthermore, a transmission part is further arranged between the driving part and the driven part, and the transmission part is respectively in rotating connection with the driving part and the driven part.
Furthermore, the driving piece is movably connected to the barge through a first connecting piece, the driving piece is rotatably connected with the first connecting piece, and the first connecting piece is slidably connected with the barge.
Further, the driving member comprises a push rod and a power source which is located at one end of the push rod far away from the driven member and used for driving the push rod.
Further, the driven member is rotatably connected to the barge through a second connecting member, and the driven member rotates relative to the barge by taking the second connecting member as a rotating shaft, so that the driven member protrudes out of the barge to prevent the photovoltaic sweeper from moving in the first direction.
Furthermore, the driven member is movably connected to the barge vehicle through a second connecting member, the driven member is rotatably connected with the second connecting member, the second connecting member is rotatably connected with the barge vehicle, and the driven member moves below the track to limit the barge vehicle to move in the second direction relative to the track.
Furthermore, a support for supporting is arranged below the track, the number of the driven members is two, and the two driven members move to two sides of the support to limit the movement of the barge relative to the track in the first direction.
Furthermore, a locking piece is further arranged between the photovoltaic sweeper and the refuting vehicle, the locking piece limits the movement of the photovoltaic sweeper relative to the refuting vehicle in the second direction and the third direction, and the third direction is parallel to the direction of the length of the photovoltaic sweeper.
Furthermore, lock piece one end can be dismantled and connect on the photovoltaic scavenging machine, the other end of lock piece stretches into refute car below.
The beneficial effects of the utility model reside in that: the utility model provides a locking structure of car system of refuting can restrict and refute relative movement between car and the photovoltaic scavenging machine, also can restrict and refute relative movement between car and the track, has improved the stability of photovoltaic scavenging machine on refuting the car, and has improved the butt joint stability between car and the track of refuting, has avoided the photovoltaic scavenging machine from refuting car or track landing and the risk of damage, has guaranteed the stability of refuting the car system.
The above description is only an overview of the technical solution of the present invention, and in order to make the technical means of the present invention clearer and can be implemented according to the content of the description, the following detailed description is made with reference to the preferred embodiments of the present invention and accompanying drawings.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural view of a photovoltaic sweeper according to an embodiment of the present invention, the photovoltaic sweeper is located on a barge;
fig. 2 is a schematic structural view of the barge according to an embodiment of the present invention when the barge is docked with a track;
fig. 3 is a schematic structural view of a locking structure for limiting the barge and the track to be in an initial state according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of the locking structure of FIG. 3 moved by a motor;
FIG. 5 is a structural diagram illustrating the locking structure of FIG. 3 in a limiting state;
FIG. 6 is a schematic view of the locking structure of FIG. 3 in a limiting position in another direction;
FIG. 7 is a schematic structural view of the latch structure shown in FIG. 1 in an initial state;
FIG. 8 is a schematic view of the locking structure of FIG. 1 in another orientation in an initial state;
fig. 9 is a schematic structural view of the locking structure shown in fig. 1 in a limiting state.
Detailed Description
The technical solution of the present invention will be described clearly and completely with reference to the accompanying drawings, and obviously, the described embodiments are some, but not all embodiments of the present invention. Based on the embodiments in the present invention, all other embodiments obtained by a person skilled in the art without creative work belong to the protection scope of the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it should be noted that the terms "center", "upper", "lower", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "inner", "outer", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientations or positional relationships shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and simplification of description, but do not indicate or imply that the mechanism or element referred to must have a specific orientation, be constructed and operated in a specific orientation, and thus, should not be construed as limiting the present invention. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," and "third" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance.
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.
Furthermore, the technical features mentioned in the different embodiments of the invention described below can be combined with each other as long as they do not conflict with each other.
Referring to fig. 1 and 2, a locking structure 1 of a barge system according to an embodiment of the present invention is used to limit relative movement between the barge 2 and a photovoltaic sweeper 3 and/or relative movement between the barge 2 and a rail 4, where the locking structure 1 limits movement of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 relative to the barge 2 in a first direction, the locking structure 1 limits movement of the barge 2 relative to the rail 4 in a first direction and a second direction, the first direction is parallel to a traveling direction of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 on the rail 4, the second direction is perpendicular to a plane of the photovoltaic sweeper 3, and the third direction is parallel to a length direction of the photovoltaic sweeper 3, where the first direction is shown as X in fig. 1 and 2, the second direction is shown as Z in fig. 1 and 2, and the third direction is shown as Y in fig. 1 and 2.
The photovoltaic sweeper 3 can move from the barge 2 to the photovoltaic module through the rail 4 to sweep the photovoltaic module, or move from the photovoltaic module to the barge 2 to stop or be transported to a target position by the barge 2. However, the rails 4 may also be rails 4 disposed on both sides of the photovoltaic module and used for the photovoltaic sweeper 3 to move, the barge 2 is directly butted with the rails 4 of the photovoltaic module, the rails 4 may also be rails 4 disposed at a target position, and the target position may be another photovoltaic module, a parking position, and the like, which is not limited specifically herein. The photovoltaic module (not shown) is generally installed on a roof or installed on the ground at a certain angle, so that the track 4 butted with the photovoltaic module has a certain inclination angle, the barge 2 butted with the track 4 also has a corresponding inclination angle, the stability of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 moving on the barge 2 or between the barge 2 and the track 4 is poor, and the locking structure 1 of the barge system ensures the stability of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 moving on the barge 2 or between the barge 2 and the track 4.
Photovoltaic sweeper 3 includes and crosses photovoltaic module's support body 31 along photovoltaic module width direction for drive support body 31 and remove walking wheel 32 establishes at the both ends of support body 31, so photovoltaic sweeper 3 moves on two tracks 4 that are parallel to each other.
Referring to fig. 2, when the barge 2 is docked with the rails 4, two ends of the barge 2 are located inside the two rails 4, the two rails 4 prevent the barge 2 from moving in the third direction relative to the rails 4, and the locking structure 1 prevents the barge 2 from moving in the first direction and the second direction relative to the rails 4, so that the docking stability of the barge 2 and the rails 4 is ensured.
Referring to fig. 3 to 6, the locking structure 1 includes a driving member 11 and a driven member 12 driven by the driving member 11, the driven member 12 is rotatably connected to the driving member 11, the driving member 11 is movably connected to the barge 2, and the driven member 12 is movably connected to the barge 2. Specifically, the driving member 11 includes a push rod 111 and a power source 112 located at an end of the push rod 111 away from the driven member 12 for driving the push rod 111. In this embodiment, the power source 112 is a motor 112, and in other embodiments, the power source 112 may also be a structure that provides power for an air cylinder or the like. The driving member 11 is movably connected to the barge 2 through the first connecting member 13, the driving member 11 is rotatably connected to the first connecting member 13, and the first connecting member 13 is slidably connected to the barge 2, so that the driving member 11 can move in a third direction relative to the barge 2 under the driving of the motor 112, and can also rotate relative to the barge 2 by taking the first direction as a rotating shaft. It should be noted that, the sliding connection manner between the first connecting element 13 and the barge 2 is the prior art, for example, the barge 2 has a sliding groove, the first connecting element 13 has a sliding block capable of sliding in the sliding groove, or the first connecting element 13 is slidably sleeved on the rod body of the barge 2, and details about the sliding connection manner are not repeated herein in this embodiment. The manner of rotationally connecting the driving member 11 and the first connecting member 13 is also prior art, and can be realized by a pin connection, for example, and the details of the manner of rotationally connecting in this embodiment are not repeated.
The push rod 111 and the driven member 12 are both in a long bar shape, but not only the push rod 111 and the driven member 12 may also be in other shapes, the driven member 12 is movably connected to the barge 2 through the second connecting member 14, and the driven member 12 is rotatably connected to the second connecting member 14, that is, the driven member 12 can rotate relative to the second connecting member 14 with the first direction as a rotation axis, and the second connecting member 14 is rotatably connected to the barge 2. In this embodiment, the number of the second connecting members 14 is two, and the two second connecting members 14 are arranged in parallel, so that the connection stability between the driven member 12 and the barge 2 is increased.
The driving member 11 and the driven member 12 can be directly and rotatably connected, and the movement of the driving member 11 drives the movement of the driven member 12, but not limited thereto, in this embodiment, a transmission member 15 can be further disposed between the driving member 11 and the driven member 12, the transmission member 15 is respectively and rotatably connected with the driving member 11 and the driven member 12, the driving member 11 moves to drive the transmission member 15 to move, and thus the transmission member 15 drives the driven member 12 to move. Specifically, the transmission member 15 is rotatable with respect to the driving member 11 or the driven member 12 about a first direction as a rotation axis.
Referring to fig. 3, the locking structure 1 is in an initial state, when the locking structure 1 is required to fix the barge 2 and the track 4 relatively, the motor 112 is started first, the driving member 11 moves towards the driven member 12, the first connecting member 13 slides on the barge 2, the driving member 11 drives the driving member 15, so as to drive the driven member 12 to move, the driven member 12 drives the second connecting member 14 to rotate relative to the barge 2, as shown in fig. 4, the motor 112 continues to operate, the driving member 11 continues to move, so as to drive the driven member 12 to move to a position below the track 4 arranged close to the driving member 11 and to be in a limit state, so as to limit the barge 2 from moving in a second direction relative to the track 4, as shown in fig. 5. When the barge 2 needs to be separated from the track 4, the motor 112 is started to drive the driving piece 11 to move in the opposite direction and return to the initial state.
Referring to fig. 6, the supporting bracket 5 is disposed below the track 4, in this embodiment, the number of the driven members 12 is two, the two driven members 12 are driven by the driving member 11 and move to the lower side of the track 4, and the two driven members 12 move to both sides of the supporting bracket 5 to limit the movement of the barge 2 relative to the track 4 in the first direction.
Referring to fig. 7 to 9, when the locking structure 1 is mounted on the barge 2 to limit the relative movement of the barge 2 and the photovoltaic sweeper 3 in the first direction, the driven member 12 is rotatably connected to the barge 2 through the second connecting member 14, the driven member 12 rotates relative to the barge 2 with the second connecting member 14 as a rotation axis so that the driven member 12 protrudes out of the barge 2 to prevent the photovoltaic sweeper 3 from moving in the first direction, and when the driving member 11 drives the driven member 12 through transmission, the driven member 12 rotates relative to the barge 2, and one end of the driven member 12 away from the driving member 11 moves in the second direction and protrudes out of the barge 2, so that the photovoltaic sweeper 3 is prevented from moving in the first direction.
It should be noted that, when the locking structure 1 is disposed on the barge 2 for limiting the movement of the barge 2 in the first direction and the second direction relative to the rail 4, the locking structure 1 is disposed parallel to the third direction, and when the locking structure 1 is disposed on the barge 2 for limiting the movement of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 in the first direction relative to the barge 2, the locking structure 1 is disposed parallel to the first direction.
Referring to fig. 1, in order to limit the movement of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 on the barge 2 in the second direction and the third direction, a locking member is further disposed between the photovoltaic sweeper 3 and the barge 2, and the locking member limits the movement of the photovoltaic sweeper 3 relative to the barge 2 in the second direction and the third direction. Specifically, because of photovoltaic scavenging machine 3 has the lower extreme that is close to ground and keeps away from the upper end on ground, the lock setting is at the upper end or the lower extreme of photovoltaic scavenging machine 3, perhaps the quantity of lock is two, and two lock sets up respectively in the upper end and the lower extreme of photovoltaic scavenging machine 3. In this embodiment, in order to stably prevent the photovoltaic scavenging machine 3 from moving along the third direction when the vehicle 2 is refuted, the upper end and the lower end of the photovoltaic scavenging machine 3 are provided with the locking piece, one end of the locking piece is detachably connected to the photovoltaic scavenging machine 3, and the other end of the locking piece extends into the lower part of the vehicle 2, so that the photovoltaic scavenging machine 3 is limited to move along the second direction and the third direction when the vehicle 2 is refuted. The locking member and locking structure enable the photovoltaic sweeper 3 to be stably positioned on the barge 2.
To sum up, the utility model provides a locking structure of car system of refuting can restrict and refute relative movement between car and the photovoltaic scavenging machine, also can restrict and refute relative movement between car and the track, has improved the stability of photovoltaic scavenging machine on refuting the car, and has improved the butt joint stability between car and the track of refuting, has avoided the photovoltaic scavenging machine from refuting the car or the track landing and the risk of damage, has guaranteed the stability of refuting the car system.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features.
The above-mentioned embodiments only represent some embodiments of the present invention, and the description thereof is specific and detailed, but not to be construed as limiting the scope of the present invention. It should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, without departing from the spirit of the present invention, several variations and modifications can be made, which are within the scope of the present invention. Therefore, the protection scope of the present invention should be subject to the appended claims.

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1. The locking structure of the barge system is used for limiting the relative movement between the barge and a photovoltaic sweeper and/or between the barge and a track, the locking structure limits the movement of the photovoltaic sweeper relative to the barge in a first direction, the locking structure limits the movement of the barge relative to the track in a first direction and a second direction, the first direction is parallel to the walking direction of the photovoltaic sweeper on the track, and the second direction is perpendicular to the plane of the photovoltaic sweeper.
2. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 1, wherein the locking structure comprises a driving member and a driven member driven by the driving member, the driven member is rotatably connected with the driving member, the driving member is movably connected with the barge, and the driven member is movably connected with the barge.
3. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 2, wherein a transmission member is further provided between the driving member and the driven member, and the transmission member is rotatably connected to the driving member and the driven member, respectively.
4. The locking structure of a barge system according to claim 2 wherein the driving member is movably connected to the barge by a first connecting member, the driving member is rotatably connected to the first connecting member, and the first connecting member is slidably connected to the barge.
5. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 4, wherein the driving member includes a push rod and a power source located at an end of the push rod remote from the driven member for driving the push rod.
6. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 2, wherein the follower is rotatably connected to the barge by a second connecting member, and the follower is rotated relative to the barge about the second connecting member as a rotation axis, so that the follower protrudes from the barge to prevent the photovoltaic sweeper from moving in the first direction.
7. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 2, wherein the follower is movably connected to the barge by a second connecting member, the follower is rotatably connected to the second connecting member, the second connecting member is rotatably connected to the barge, and the follower moves below the track to restrict the barge from moving in the second direction relative to the track.
8. The locking structure of the barge system according to claim 7, wherein a support bracket is arranged below the rail, the number of the driven members is two, and two driven members move to two sides of the support bracket to limit the movement of the barge in a first direction relative to the rail.
9. The locking structure of a barge system according to claim 1, wherein a locking member is further provided between the photovoltaic sweeper and the barge, the locking member limiting movement of the photovoltaic sweeper relative to the barge in the second direction and a third direction, the third direction being parallel to the length of the photovoltaic sweeper.
10. The locking structure of a barge system according to claim 9, wherein one end of the locking member is detachably connected to the photovoltaic sweeper, and the other end of the locking member extends below the barge.
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