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The utility model provides a cleaning device, which comprises a main machine (1), a dust barrel (2), a handle (6) and a battery (7), and further comprises: the base surface of the dust barrel cover (3) is of a substantially planar structure, and the base surface forms a supporting surface of the cleaning equipment. When placing cleaning device, because be provided with the shell fragment that charges on the battery base face, only make dirt bucket base face form the support, avoided charging shell fragment on the battery base face to be polluted by the liquid or other debris of holding surface, improve charge efficiency, simultaneously because the dirt bucket extension for the dirt bucket volume is bigger, the user can clear up the foul of bigger area under the same condition.
The utility model relates to the technical field of cleaning equipment, in particular to a handheld cleaning dust collector.
Along with the improvement of living standard of people, cleaning equipment, especially handheld dust collecting equipment are more and more popularized, and nowadays, handheld dust collectors are more and more automated, and even have the trend of replacing traditional robot of sweeping the floor.
Most of handheld dust collecting equipment needs to be electrified and operated through a wire, and the handheld dust collecting equipment adopting a cable cannot move randomly, so that the wireless handheld dust collecting equipment is produced at the same time, most of the dust collecting equipment is charged through a DC socket, and the charging efficiency of the equipment adopting a charging electrode is low due to electrode pollution; meanwhile, as the handheld equipment often needs to meet the light requirement, the volume of the dust barrel needs to be matched with the whole volume of the equipment, and the dust barrel needs to be cleaned for many times by a user in one cleaning process.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model aims to provide a cleaning device which can avoid electrode pollution and has a larger dust barrel volume, and solves the technical problems. The specific scheme is as follows:
according to an embodiment of the present invention, the present invention provides a cleaning device, including a main body, a dust barrel, a handle, and a battery, further including: the base surface of the dust barrel cover is of a roughly plane structure, and the base surface of the dust barrel cover is formed as a supporting surface of the cleaning equipment; the battery base surface is formed into a substantially planar or curved structure, and the lowest point of the battery base surface is higher than the dust bucket cover base surface.
Preferably, the centre of gravity of the cleaning device is located within the upper extent of the dust bin cover.
Preferably, the dust barrel cover is sealed with the dust barrel through a lock catch, an uncovering sliding button is further arranged on the cleaning equipment, and the dust barrel cover can be released from a locking state through operation of the uncovering sliding button.
Preferably, the dust bucket is locked on the cleaning equipment through a locking structure, a bucket detaching sliding button is further formed on the battery base surface, and the dust bucket can be detached from the cleaning equipment by operating the bucket detaching sliding button.
Preferably, the lowest point of the bucket detaching sliding button is higher than or flush with the base surface of the dust bucket cover.
Preferably, a fan is arranged in the main machine, and negative pressure can be formed in the dust barrel space after the fan is started, so that dust-carrying air is further sucked through the suction inlet.
Preferably, the fan starting and stopping device further comprises a trigger, and the fan can be started and stopped by operating the trigger.
Preferably, a cyclone separation structure or a dust bag is arranged in the dust bucket and used for separating garbage in the dust-carrying air.
Preferably, a pair of charging elastic sheets are further formed on the battery base surface to charge the battery.
Compared with the prior art, the embodiment of the utility model has the following technical effects:
the cleaning equipment provided by the utility model can prevent the charging electrode at the bottom from contacting the supporting surface when the cleaning equipment is positioned on the supporting surface, so that the charging electrode is kept dry and clean; on the other hand, the dust barrel has larger volume, and a user can clean larger area of dirt under the same condition.
The accompanying drawings, which are incorporated in and constitute a part of this specification, illustrate embodiments consistent with the utility model and together with the description, serve to explain the principles of the utility model. It is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the utility model, and that for a person skilled in the art, other drawings can be derived from them without inventive effort. In the drawings:
FIG. 1 is a formal diagram of a cleaning apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 2 is a perspective view of one perspective of a cleaning apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 3 is a perspective view of another perspective of a cleaning apparatus provided by an embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 4 is a front view of a cleaning device with a cleaning head provided in accordance with an embodiment of the present disclosure;
fig. 5 is a front view of a cleaning device opening a dust bin cover according to an embodiment of the disclosure.
Wherein: 1, a host; 2, a dust barrel; 3, a dust barrel cover; 3a, opening the dust barrel cover; 4, a suction inlet; 5, an exhaust port; 6, a handle; 7, a battery; 8, opening a cover and sliding and twisting; 8a, the cover opening sliding button is pressed down; 9, detaching the barrel and sliding and twisting; 10, buckling; 11, a charging spring plate; 12, a DC jack; 13, locking and buckling; 14, a trigger; 15, cleaning the head.
In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the present invention clearer, the present invention will be described in further detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, and it is apparent that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present invention.
The terminology used in the embodiments of the utility model is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the utility model. As used in the examples of the present invention and the appended claims, the singular forms "a", "an", and "the" are intended to include the plural forms as well, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise, and "a plurality" typically includes at least two.
It should be understood that although the terms first, second, third, etc. may be used to describe embodiments of the present invention, these should not be limited to these terms. These terms are only used to distinguish one from another. For example, a first may also be referred to as a second, and similarly, a second may also be referred to as a first, without departing from the scope of embodiments of the present invention.
It is also noted that the terms "comprises," "comprising," or any other variation thereof, are intended to cover a non-exclusive inclusion, such that an article or apparatus that comprises a list of elements does not include only those elements but may include other elements not expressly listed or inherent to such article or apparatus. Without further limitation, the recitation of an element by the phrase "comprising a" does not exclude the presence of additional like elements in a commodity or device comprising the element.
Alternative embodiments of the present invention are described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings.
As shown in fig. 1, the cleaning apparatus shown in the present embodiment includes a main body 1, a dust bucket 2, a suction opening 4, a handle 6, a battery 7, and the like.
A fan and a motor for driving the fan are provided in the housing of the main unit 1, and the motor powers the fan when activated, for generating an air flow for drawing dirty air from the suction opening 4 into the separating apparatus. The filter is arranged in the shell and used for filtering the gas exhausted from the fan and then exhausting the filtered gas out of the cleaning equipment; an air outlet 5 is provided at an upper portion of the main body 1 to discharge clean air after passing through the filter.
Can dismantle the coupling in the lower part of host computer 1 has dirt bucket 2, and dirt bucket 2 not only has the effect of collecting rubbish, still has the effect that forms the separation effect, is provided with sunction inlet 4 at the upper portion lateral wall of dirt bucket 2, and the air current that inhales to dirt bucket 2 through sunction inlet 4 gets into the dirt bucket along 2 inner walls tangential of dirt bucket, forms the cyclone, and under the cyclone effect, large granule rubbish is separated and falls into the collection of 2 lower parts spaces of dirt bucket. In the present invention, a further cyclonic separating mechanism or dust bag may be provided in the dirt cup 2, both of which function to separate dirt from the dirty air. Of course, it can be understood that when a dust bag is disposed in the dust bucket 2, the dust bucket 2 mainly functions as a fan capable of sucking an air flow from the suction port 4 to form a closed space, thereby forming a negative pressure to suck air. If a further cyclone separation mechanism is adopted, a first stage of cyclone separation is formed on the inner wall of the dust barrel to separate large-particle garbage, then the airflow containing the small-particle garbage enters the further cyclone separation mechanism to further separate dirty air, and the garbage with smaller particles separated out falls to the bottom of the dust barrel 2.
The bottom of dirt bucket 2 is provided with dirt bung 3, and the tip of 3 diameters of dirt bung passes through pivot structural mounting to 2 bottoms of dirt bucket, and dirt bung 3 can be rotatory around this relative dirt bucket 2 of pivot structure to form and seal dirt bucket 2 and open two states of dirt bucket 2: in the state of opening the dust barrel 2, the interior of the dust barrel 2 is communicated with the atmosphere, thereby being beneficial to emptying the garbage separated by cyclone; in the state of closing the dust barrel 2, a closed space is formed inside the dust barrel 2, which is beneficial to forming negative pressure to enable the cleaning equipment to normally operate, and meanwhile, the garbage separated by the cyclone is collected. The other end of the dust barrel cover 3 with one diameter is clamped on the dust barrel 2 through a lock catch 13, and the lock catch 13 can prevent the dust barrel cover 3 from being transformed from a closed state to an open state.
Dust bucket 2 passes through the locking structure and installs on cleaning device, when the locking structure is in the locking state, can prevent that dust bucket 2 from dismantling cleaning device, and when the locking structure was unlocked, the user can remove dust bucket 2 from cleaning device and clear up.
In the above structure, the central axes of the main body 1 and the dust bucket 2 may be coaxial, and when the cleaning apparatus is placed on the supporting surface, the two coaxial central axes are substantially perpendicular to the supporting surface; it is understood that the two central axes may not be coaxial and may form an intersecting or non-coplanar relationship.
A handle 6 is provided at the rear of the main body 1, and a battery 7 is provided at the lower part of the handle 6. The handle 6 is intended to be held by a user during use, while the battery 7 powers the fan and other electronics to ensure operation of the cleaning device. An uncovering sliding button 8 is further arranged at the position near the handle 6, the uncovering sliding button 8 is connected to the lock catch 13 through a series of switching mechanisms, when a user operates the uncovering sliding button 8, the lock catch 13 can be released from a clamping state, therefore, the dust barrel cover 3 can be unlocked from a locking state and can rotate around the hinge structure under the action of gravity or external force, and the process is that the dust barrel cover 3 moves from a closing state to an opening state. Specifically, referring to fig. 5, when the user operates the lid opening slider 8, the lid opening slider moves to the lid opening slider pressing state 8a, and the dust bin cover 3 moves to the dust bin cover opening state 3 a.
As shown in fig. 2-3, the battery 7 is in the form of a battery pack including a battery housing and a cell contained within the housing. A charging electrode 11 is arranged at the bottom of the battery shell, and the charging electrode 11 can be matched with a power supply electrode on the base of the cleaning device so as to charge the battery 7; at the side of the battery housing is also provided a DC jack 12 which is able to charge the battery 7 directly via the power cord. That is, the cleaning device of the present invention includes two charging modes, i.e., an alternating current (DC socket 12) and a direct current (charging electrode 11), and the present disclosure is not further limited in terms of specific charging logic, and this embodiment merely shows that the cleaning device can be charged by providing two charging structures, but in operation, one charging mode is selected. It will of course be appreciated that only one charging mechanism may be provided, either form being within the scope of the expression. Optionally, a buckle 10 may be further disposed on the sidewall of the housing of the battery 7, and is used for forming a support with a clamping groove disposed on the bracket or the hanger in a matching manner when the cleaning device is placed on the bracket or the hanger, and the specific form is not described in detail.
The bottom of the shell of the battery 7 is also provided with a barrel detaching slide button 9, the barrel detaching slide button 9 is installed through a sliding groove at the bottom of the shell, and a reset mechanism is arranged for resetting after the barrel detaching slide button 9 is operated. The barrel dismounting sliding button 9 is connected to the locking structure through the transmission structure, when the barrel dismounting sliding button 9 is operated by a user, the locking structure is unlocked, so that the dust barrel 2 can be dismounted from the cleaning equipment, and when the user does not operate, the barrel dismounting sliding button 9 returns to the initial position under the action of the reset mechanism.
Returning again to FIG. 1, the bottom of the dirt tray lid 3, which forms a base surface for placing the cleaning apparatus on a support surface, is of generally planar configuration to ensure that the cleaning apparatus can stand smoothly on the support surface. The definition of planar structure herein does not mean that the bottom of the dust bin cover 3 is completely planar, but means that the bottom force bearing surface of the dust bin cover 3 is in the same plane.
The bottom base surface of the battery 7 may have a substantially planar structure or a curved structure or other irregular shape, and is not limited thereto. In general, the charging electrode 11 disposed at the bottom of the casing of the battery 7 is slightly recessed in the bottom surface of the casing, and this is considered to avoid contamination of the charging electrode 11, and it is accepted that the charging electrode is flush with or protrudes from the bottom surface of the casing. Since the bucket removing slider 9 is for the user to easily remove the dust bucket 2, it is reasonable to protrude from the bottom surface of the case of the battery 7, and it is understood that the protrusion should be sized to make the user's operation most convenient and labor-saving. In the above design case, the bottom base of the battery 7 actually includes the lowest point of the housing, the lowest point of the bucket removing slider 9, and the lowest point of the charging electrode 11.
From the above description, the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3 of the dust bucket 2 is formed as a supporting surface, and then at least the lowest point of the housing on the bottom base surface of the battery 7 and the lowest point of the charging electrode 11 should be higher than the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3, and it is important to ensure that the charging electrode 11 does not touch the supporting surface in any placement situation to ensure dry cleaning thereof.
The bucket removing sliding button 9 is actually provided with a certain width, and the lowest point of the bucket removing sliding button can be flush with or higher than the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3. It will be appreciated that when the lowest point of the bucket release slider 9 is flush with the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3, they may together form a support point on the support surface, with the advantage of making the support of the cleaning device more stable; however, when the lowest point of the bucket detaching slider 9 is higher than the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3, especially when the overall center of gravity of the cleaning device (without the cleaning head) is located in the upper space of the dust bucket cover 3, the supporting stability of the cleaning device is not affected, and when the cleaning device is installed with the cleaning head, the center of gravity of the cleaning device (including the cleaning head 15, as shown in fig. 4) is further shifted away from the battery, and the supporting point is only on the bottom surface of the dust bucket cover 3.
In practical cases, the height difference between the bottom base surface of the dust barrel cover 3 and the bottom base surface of the battery 7 may be determined according to circumstances, but is not particularly limited in the present invention, and it is needless to say that the height difference is generally set to 3 to 5mm or more for the purpose of beauty and also for the safety of the charging electrode 11.
The connection between the suction inlet 4 and the cleaning head 15 can be achieved by using a conventional snap lock, or other means commonly used in the art, without any limitation.
According to the cleaning equipment provided by the utility model, the battery 7 and the dust barrel 2 are positioned at the bottom to form two potential supporting surfaces, and the bottom of the battery 7 is provided with the charging electrode 11, so that the safe use of the cleaning equipment is ensured, the base surface of the battery 7 is separated from the base surface of the dust barrel 2 along the longitudinal direction, when the cleaning equipment is supported, only the bottom surface of the dust barrel cover 3 at the bottom of the dust barrel 2 forms the supporting surface, on one hand, the dry and clean of the charging electrode 11 is ensured, and on the other hand, the volume of the dust barrel 2 is enlarged.
In a generally understood manner, in the embodiment of the present invention, the described height positional relationship is in a vertically conventional manner in a normal state in which the cleaning apparatus as described in fig. 1 to 5 is placed on the supporting surface.
Finally, it should be noted that: the embodiments in the present description are described in a progressive manner, each embodiment focuses on differences from other embodiments, and the same and similar parts among the embodiments are referred to each other. The system or the device disclosed by the embodiment corresponds to the method disclosed by the embodiment, so that the description is simple, and the relevant points can be referred to the method part for description.
The above examples are only intended to illustrate the technical solutions of the present disclosure, not to limit them; although the present disclosure has been described in detail with reference to the foregoing embodiments, it should be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that: the technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments may still be modified, or some technical features may be equivalently replaced; and such modifications or substitutions do not depart from the spirit and scope of the corresponding technical solutions of the embodiments of the present disclosure.
1. The utility model provides a cleaning equipment, includes host computer (1), dirt bucket (2), handle (6) and battery (7), its characterized in that still includes:
the base surface of the dust barrel cover (3) is of a plane structure, and the base surface of the dust barrel cover (3) forms a supporting surface of the cleaning equipment;
the base surface of the battery (7) is formed into a plane or curved surface structure, and the lowest point of the base surface of the battery (7) is higher than the base surface of the dust barrel cover (3).
2. A cleaning device according to claim 1, characterized in that the centre of gravity of the cleaning device is located within the upper extent of the dust bin cover (3).
3. A cleaning device according to claim 1, characterized in that the dust bin cover (3) is closed off from the dust bin (2) by a catch (13), and that an open cover slider (8) is arranged on the cleaning device, and that the dust bin cover (3) can be released from a locked state by operating the open cover slider (8).
4. The cleaning device according to claim 1, wherein the dust bucket (2) is locked on the cleaning device by a locking structure, a bucket detaching slider (9) is further formed on the base surface of the battery (7), and the dust bucket (2) can be detached from the cleaning device by operating the bucket detaching slider (9).
5. Cleaning device according to claim 4, characterized in that the lowest point of the bucket removing slider (9) is higher than or flush with the base surface of the dust bucket cover (3).
6. Cleaning device according to claim 1, characterized in that a fan is arranged in the main unit (1), which fan, when activated, is capable of creating a negative pressure in the dust bucket (2) space, thereby further drawing in dust-laden air through the suction opening (4).
7. A cleaning device according to claim 6, further comprising a trigger (14), wherein the fan can be started or stopped by operating the trigger (14).
8. Cleaning device according to claim 6, characterized in that a cyclone separating structure or a dust bag is arranged in the dust bin (2) for separating the dust in the dust laden air.
9. The cleaning device according to claim 1, characterized in that a pair of charging clips (11) is further formed on the base surface of the battery (7) for charging the battery (7).
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