CN215694990U - Shower head control device without cold water discharge - Google Patents

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CN215694990U
CN215694990U CN202121745587.0U CN202121745587U CN215694990U CN 215694990 U CN215694990 U CN 215694990U CN 202121745587 U CN202121745587 U CN 202121745587U CN 215694990 U CN215694990 U CN 215694990U
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The utility model discloses a shower head control device without cold water discharge, which comprises an electric controller, a valve group unit, a water discharge temperature sensor and a water discharge temperature sensor, wherein a plurality of electromagnetic valves are arranged in the valve group unit; the valve group unit comprises an input end, a first output end and a second output end, the input end is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, the first output end discharges the water source to the shower head and is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor, and the second output end also discharges the water source and is provided with the water discharge temperature sensor; the electric controller is used for setting the water outlet temperature of the first output end of the valve group unit and controlling the on-off of each electromagnetic valve in the valve group unit according to temperature data fed back by the water outlet temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor so that a water source is discharged from the first output end or the second output end. The utility model ensures that the shower head can not spray cold water when being opened or closed in midway and then opened, thereby improving the shower experience and preventing cold.

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Shower head control device without cold water discharge
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of shower equipment, in particular to a shower head control device without cold water discharge.
Background
The existing hot water supply for shower is generally that a heating device (such as an electric water heater and a boiler) heats cold water and then conveys the cold water to a shower head for discharging and using. Because there are reasons such as cold water in heating device or the pipeline, among the prior art, open the gondola water faucet switch after, the gondola water faucet can earlier flow out cold water, just can go out hot water after a period of time, simultaneously, bathe the in-process, if the water source that pauses for a moment, open again, can go out cold water again, carelessly will be drenched by cold water, like this, lead to the experience of shower not good, cold water drenches on one's body simultaneously, arouses the flu easily.
Therefore, the prior art has yet to be improved.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In view of the defects of the prior art, the utility model aims to provide a shower head control device which does not discharge cold water, and aims to ensure that the shower head does not spray cold water when being opened or closed midway and then opened, improve the shower experience and prevent cold.
In order to realize the purpose, the utility model adopts the following technical scheme:
a shower head control device without cold water discharge comprises an electric controller, a valve group unit, a water discharge temperature sensor and a water discharge temperature sensor, wherein a plurality of electromagnetic valves are arranged in the valve group unit and electrically connected with the electric controller;
the valve group unit comprises an input end, a first output end and a second output end, the input end is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, the first output end discharges a water source to the shower head, the first output end is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor, the second output end also discharges the water source, and the second output end is provided with the water discharge temperature sensor;
the electric controller is used for setting the water outlet temperature of the first output end of the valve group unit and controlling the on-off of each electromagnetic valve in the valve group unit according to temperature data fed back by the water outlet temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor so that a water source is discharged from the first output end or the second output end.
The valve bank unit comprises a water inlet electromagnetic valve, a water outlet electromagnetic valve and a water discharge electromagnetic valve which are electrically connected with the electric controller;
the input end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, and the output end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve is connected with the input ends of the water outlet electromagnetic valve and the water discharge electromagnetic valve;
the output end of the water outlet electromagnetic valve discharges water to the shower head, and the output end of the water outlet electromagnetic valve is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor;
and the output end of the drainage electromagnetic valve is used for discharging water, and the output end of the drainage electromagnetic valve is provided with the drainage temperature sensor.
The valve bank unit further comprises a flow meter arranged at the second output end of the valve bank unit, and the flow meter is electrically connected with the electric controller.
The water storage device is arranged at the second output end of the valve group unit.
Wherein, the electric controller is a PLC controller.
And a tee pipe joint is connected among the water inlet electromagnetic valve, the water outlet electromagnetic valve and the water discharge electromagnetic valve.
The electric controller, the valve group unit, the water outlet temperature sensor and the water drainage temperature sensor are arranged in a control box together.
The shower head control device without cold water discharge of the utility model is provided with the electric controller, the valve group unit, the water discharge temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor, wherein the valve group unit is provided with an input end and two output ends which are respectively a first output end and a second output end, the first output end is connected with the shower head, the electric controller sets the water discharge temperature of the shower head end, and controls the water source to be discharged from the first output end or the second output end after the actual detection temperatures of the water discharge temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor from the two output ends are compared with the set temperatures, when the water source temperature is lower than the set temperature, the water source is discharged from the second output end, and when the water source temperature is higher than or equal to the set temperature, the water source is discharged from the first output end to the shower head, so that the hot water and the cold water are discharged from the second output end when the shower head always discharges the set temperature, thereby improving the use experience, prevent cold caused by cold water shower.
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In order to more clearly illustrate the embodiments of the present invention or the technical solutions in the prior art, the drawings used in the description of the embodiments or the prior art will be briefly described below, it is obvious that the drawings in the following description are only some embodiments of the present invention, and for those skilled in the art, other drawings can be obtained according to the structures shown in the drawings without creative efforts.
FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a shower control device according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic diagram of a shower control device according to a second embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 3 is a schematic composition diagram of a shower control device according to a third embodiment of the present invention.
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100-shower control device, 10-electric controller, 20-valve group unit, 21-water inlet solenoid valve, 22-water outlet solenoid valve, 23-water outlet solenoid valve, 30-water outlet temperature sensor, 40-water outlet temperature sensor, 50-flowmeter, 60-water storage container, 200-shower.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present invention will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present invention, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present invention, and 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.
It should be noted that all the directional indicators (such as up, down, left, right, front, and rear … …) in the embodiment of the present invention are only used to explain the relative position relationship between the components, the movement situation, etc. in a specific posture (as shown in the drawing), and if the specific posture is changed, the directional indicator is changed accordingly.
In the present invention, unless expressly stated or limited otherwise, the terms "connected," "secured," and the like are to be construed broadly, and for example, "connected" may be fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally formed; can be mechanically or electrically connected; they may be directly connected or indirectly connected through intervening media, or they may be connected internally or in any other suitable relationship, unless expressly stated otherwise. The specific meanings of the above terms in the present invention can be understood by those skilled in the art according to specific situations.
In addition, the descriptions related to "first", "second", etc. in the present invention are only for descriptive purposes and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, a feature defined as "first" or "second" may explicitly or implicitly include at least one such feature.
Referring to fig. 1, the present invention provides a shower control device 100 without discharging cold water, including an electric controller 10, a valve set unit 20, a water outlet temperature sensor 30 and a water discharge temperature sensor 40, wherein a plurality of electromagnetic valves are disposed in the valve set unit 20 and electrically connected to the electric controller 10.
Preferably, the electric controller 10 of the present invention is a PLC controller. The PLC controller operates stably and reliably.
The valve bank unit comprises an input end, a first output end and a second output end, wherein the input end is connected with a water source discharged by a heating device, the first output end discharges a water source to the shower head 200, the first output end is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor 30, the second output end also discharges the water source, the second output end is provided with the water discharge temperature sensor 40, the electric controller 10 is used for setting the water outlet temperature of the first output end of the valve bank unit 20, and the on-off of each electromagnetic valve in the valve bank unit 20 is controlled according to temperature data fed back by the water outlet temperature sensor 30 and the water discharge temperature sensor 40, so that the water source is discharged from the first output end or the second output end. In fig. 1, the thick line is a water flow line, and the thin line is a current line.
In this embodiment, the water discharged by the valve unit 20 with a temperature greater than or equal to the outlet water temperature of the first output end set by the electric controller 10 is called hot water, and the water discharged by the valve unit 20 with a temperature lower than the outlet water temperature of the first output end set by the electric controller 10 is called cold water. In the present invention, the first output terminal is used to discharge hot water to be sprayed from the shower head 200 for shower use, and the second output terminal is used to discharge cold water to prevent the cold water from flowing out of the shower head 200.
The shower control device 100 of the present invention controls the on/off of the first output end and the second output end of the valve set unit 20 through the electric controller 10 as follows:
step 1, the shower control device 100 is turned on first, and the outlet water temperature of the first output end of the valve group unit 20 is set to 39 degrees, for example.
And 2, controlling the first output end of the valve group unit 20 to be in a closed state, and controlling the second output end to be in an open state.
And 3, the water source discharged by the heating device enters the shower head control device 100 from the input end of the valve group unit 20 and flows out of the second output end, and meanwhile, the temperature of the water source discharged by the second output end is detected through the water discharge temperature sensor 40 of the second output end. If the actual detected temperature of the second output end is lower than the set outlet water temperature, the first output end is continuously closed, and the second output end is opened, so that cold water is continuously discharged from the second output end, and the cold water is prevented from being discharged from the first output end to the shower head 200; if the actual detected temperature is greater than or equal to the set outlet water temperature, the valve unit 20 is controlled to make the first output end of the valve unit 20 in an open state and the second output end in a closed state, that is, the water source in the valve unit 20 is hot water meeting the set outlet water temperature, and the water source is discharged from the first output end to the shower head 200 for shower use.
And 4, while the water source is discharged from the first output end, detecting the water outlet temperature of the first output end through the water outlet temperature sensor 30 of the first output end, and if the actual detected temperature of the first output end is less than the set water outlet temperature, controlling the first output end of the valve group unit 20 to be in a closed state and controlling the second output end to be in an open state. The cold water is prevented from being discharged from the first output end, namely, the cold water enters the step 2 and then continues to circulate, so that the actual outlet water temperature of the shower head 200 at the first output end position can be ensured to be the hot water with the set outlet water temperature or higher.
Specifically, as shown in fig. 2, the valve block unit 20 of the present invention includes a water inlet solenoid valve 21, a water outlet solenoid valve 22, and a water discharge solenoid valve 23 electrically connected to the electric controller 10. The input end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve 21 is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, and the output end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve 21 is connected with the input ends of the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22 and the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23. The input of the water inlet solenoid valve 21 is the input of the valve block unit 20.
The output end of the water outlet solenoid valve 22 discharges a water source to the shower head 200, and the output end of the water outlet solenoid valve 22 is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor 30, the output end of the water discharge solenoid valve 23 discharges the water source, and the output end of the water discharge solenoid valve 23 is provided with the water discharge temperature sensor 40. The output end of the water outlet solenoid valve 22 is a first output end of the valve group unit 20, and the output end of the water discharge solenoid valve 23 is a second output end of the valve group unit 20.
The specific on-off control of the three electromagnetic valves is as follows:
step 1, the shower control device 100 is turned on first, and the outlet water temperature at the first output end of the valve set unit 20, i.e. the output end of the outlet water solenoid valve 22, is set to 39 degrees.
And 2, controlling the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22 to be in a closed state, and controlling the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23 to be in an open state.
And 3, controlling the water inlet electromagnetic valve 21 to be in an open state, enabling the water source discharged by the heating device to enter the shower control device 100 from the water inlet electromagnetic valve 21 and flow out of the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23, and simultaneously detecting the temperature of the water source discharged by the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23 through the water discharge temperature sensor 40 at the output end of the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23. If the actual detected temperature of the water source discharged by the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23 is lower than the set water outlet temperature, the water discharge electromagnetic valve 22 is continuously closed, and the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23 is opened, that is, cold water is continuously discharged from the water discharge electromagnetic valve 23, so that the cold water is prevented from being discharged from the water discharge electromagnetic valve 22 to the shower head 200; if the actual detected temperature is larger than or equal to the set outlet water temperature, the outlet water electromagnetic valve 22 is controlled to be in an open state, and the drain electromagnetic valve 23 is controlled to be in a closed state, namely, at the moment, the water source is discharged from the outlet water electromagnetic valve 22 to the shower head 200 for shower use.
And 4, while the water source is discharged from the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22, detecting the water outlet temperature of the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22 through the water outlet temperature sensor 30 at the output end of the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22, and if the water outlet temperature actually detected by the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22 is lower than the set water outlet temperature, controlling the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22 to be in a closed state and controlling the water discharge electromagnetic valve 22 to be in an open state. The cold water is prevented from being continuously discharged from the water outlet electromagnetic valve 22, namely, the cold water enters the step 2 and then continues to circulate.
Preferably, as shown in fig. 3, the shower control device 100 of the present invention further includes a flow meter 50 disposed at the second output end of the valve block unit 20, wherein the flow meter 50 is electrically connected to the electric controller 10. Specifically, the flow meter 50 is connected to the output end of the drain solenoid valve 23. The flow meter 50 is provided for detecting the emptying of the water source in the shower control device 100. As an embodiment, in this embodiment, when the flow meter 50 is introduced, when the temperature of the water discharged from the shower head 200 is decreased, that is, the actual outlet temperature of the outlet solenoid valve 22 is lower than the set outlet temperature, the inlet solenoid valve 21 is closed, the outlet solenoid valve 23 is opened, so that the water source discharged from the heating device cannot enter the shower head control device 100, the water in the shower head control device 100 is discharged from the outlet solenoid valve 23 until the flow meter 50 shows zero, which indicates that the water in the shower head control device 100 is completely drained, and then the flow meter 2 is entered, that is, the inlet solenoid valve 21 is opened, the outlet solenoid valve 22 is closed, and the outlet solenoid valve 23 is opened. The evacuation arrangement can drain the cold water from the shower control device 100 to avoid the water outlet solenoid valve 22 from draining the cold water left in the next cycle.
Further, the shower control device 100 of the present invention further includes a water storage container 60 disposed at a second output end of the valve set unit 20. The water storage container 60 can store the discharged cold water and then recycle the cold water, so that the waste of water resources is avoided.
Preferably, a three-way pipe joint (not shown) is connected among the water inlet solenoid valve 21, the water outlet solenoid valve 22 and the water discharge solenoid valve 23 of the present invention. The three-way pipe joint is convenient for connecting the connecting pipes among the three electromagnetic valves.
Preferably, the electric controller 10, the valve set unit 20, the outlet temperature sensor 30 and the drain temperature sensor 40 of the shower control device 100 of the present invention are installed in a control box. This facilitates the overall installation of the shower control device 100 and protects the various components.
The shower control device 100 without discharging cold water according to the embodiment of the present invention is provided with an electric controller 10, a valve set unit 20, a water outlet temperature sensor 30 and a water discharge temperature sensor 40, wherein the valve set unit 20 is provided with an input end and two output ends, respectively a first output end and a second output end, the first output end is connected to the shower 200, the electric controller 10 sets the water outlet temperature of the shower end, and controls the water source to be discharged from the first output end or the second output end after comparing the temperatures actually detected by the two output ends by the water outlet temperature sensor 30 and the water discharge temperature sensor 40 with the set temperatures, when the water source temperature is lower than the set temperature, the water source is discharged from the second output end, and when the water source temperature is higher than or equal to the set temperature, the water source is discharged from the first output end to the shower 200, so that the shower 200 always discharges hot water at the set temperature or higher, and cold water is discharged from the second output end, so that the use experience is improved, and the cold caused by the cold water showering of a user is prevented.
The above description is only for clearly illustrating the utility model and is not therefore to be considered as limiting the scope of the utility model, and all embodiments are not intended to be exhaustive, and all equivalent structural changes made by using the technical solutions of the present invention or other related technical fields directly/indirectly applied under the concept of the present invention are included in the scope of the present invention.

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1. The shower head control device without cold water discharge is characterized by comprising an electric controller, a valve group unit, a water discharge temperature sensor and a water discharge temperature sensor, wherein a plurality of electromagnetic valves are arranged in the valve group unit and electrically connected with the electric controller;
the valve group unit comprises an input end, a first output end and a second output end, the input end is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, the first output end discharges a water source to the shower head, the first output end is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor, the second output end also discharges the water source, and the second output end is provided with the water discharge temperature sensor;
the electric controller is used for setting the water outlet temperature of the first output end of the valve group unit and controlling the on-off of each electromagnetic valve in the valve group unit according to temperature data fed back by the water outlet temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor so that a water source is discharged from the first output end or the second output end.
2. The shower control device without discharging cold water according to claim 1, wherein the valve set unit comprises a water inlet solenoid valve, a water outlet solenoid valve and a water discharge solenoid valve which are electrically connected with an electric controller;
the input end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve is connected with a water source discharged by the heating device, and the output end of the water inlet electromagnetic valve is connected with the input ends of the water outlet electromagnetic valve and the water discharge electromagnetic valve;
the output end of the water outlet electromagnetic valve discharges water to the shower head, and the output end of the water outlet electromagnetic valve is provided with the water outlet temperature sensor;
and the output end of the drainage electromagnetic valve is used for discharging water, and the output end of the drainage electromagnetic valve is provided with the drainage temperature sensor.
3. The shower control device without discharging cold water according to claim 1, further comprising a flow meter disposed at the second output end of the valve block unit, wherein the flow meter is electrically connected to the electric controller.
4. The shower control device capable of discharging no cold water according to claim 1, further comprising a water storage container disposed at the second output end of the valve block unit.
5. The shower control device without discharging cold water according to claim 1, wherein the electric controller is a PLC controller.
6. The shower control device capable of stopping water outlet according to claim 2, wherein a three-way pipe joint is connected between the water inlet solenoid valve, the water outlet solenoid valve and the water discharge solenoid valve.
7. The shower control device without discharging cold water according to claim 1, wherein the electric controller, the valve set unit, the water outlet temperature sensor and the water discharge temperature sensor are installed in a control box.
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