CN219642854U - Photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment - Google Patents

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CN219642854U
CN219642854U CN202320690717.8U CN202320690717U CN219642854U CN 219642854 U CN219642854 U CN 219642854U CN 202320690717 U CN202320690717 U CN 202320690717U CN 219642854 U CN219642854 U CN 219642854U
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Abstract

The utility model discloses a visual inspection auxiliary device for a photovoltaic module, which comprises a main body rack; the whole body frame is rectangular, the top of the body frame is provided with two fixing arms downwards, the swing arms are rotationally connected below the fixing arms, the grabbing frame is fixedly connected below the swing arms, grabbing cylinders are fixedly arranged at four corners of the bottom of the grabbing frame, and grabbing claws are fixedly arranged on output shafts of the grabbing cylinders; a cross beam is fixedly connected between the middle parts of the two fixed arms, and a linear cylinder is rotatably arranged on the cross beam through a first rotary mounting seat; the beneficial effects of the utility model are as follows: the structure is simple, and the grabbing and overturning actions of the photovoltaic module can be completed; the cylinder is used for replacing a sucker to be used as power for grabbing the photovoltaic module; meanwhile, the grabbing claws are arranged towards the inner side, clamping grooves for clamping out of the frame of the photovoltaic module are formed in the bottoms of the grabbing claws, and stability in grabbing the photovoltaic module is guaranteed.

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Photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the field of photovoltaic module production equipment, in particular to auxiliary equipment for visual inspection of a photovoltaic module.
Background
The solar cell is classified into crystalline silicon type and amorphous silicon type, wherein the crystalline silicon type cell can be classified into a single crystal cell and a polycrystalline cell; after the photovoltaic module is assembled, various detection needs to be carried out so that the photovoltaic module meets the use requirement. The surface of the photovoltaic module is required to be detected, whether sundries, cracks and the like exist on the surface of the photovoltaic module is checked, the surface quality of the photovoltaic module is judged according to the surface condition of the photovoltaic module, and the performance of the photovoltaic module is further ensured.
For example, the patent with the publication number of CN208378369U discloses a photovoltaic module detection turning device, which comprises a frame body, wherein a screw rod is arranged in the frame body, a lifting plate is connected to the screw rod in a threaded manner, a cantilever beam is fixedly connected to the lifting plate, the cantilever beam is hinged with a sucker plate, pneumatic suckers are arranged at four corners of the sucker plate, an air cylinder is arranged at the middle position of the upper part of the lifting plate, and a cylinder rod of the air cylinder is connected with the sucker plate.
According to the artificial detection method, head-up detection is not needed when the surface of the photovoltaic module is detected, neck fatigue caused by long-term head-up is avoided, head-up detection is more convenient, the sight is wider, the consistency is ensured, the structure is simple, the use is convenient, and the quality and the production efficiency of products are improved; however, the overturning of the photovoltaic module is completed by adopting the air cylinder, and the impact is larger when the air cylinder is stopped instantly after the air cylinder acts rapidly and is vibrated when the air cylinder is overturned in place; simultaneously, the photovoltaic module is fixed by adopting the suction disc, and when the photovoltaic module is turned over, the vacuum suction disc is not vertical to the surface to be adsorbed, at the moment, the suction force of the suction disc on the surface to be adsorbed can be reduced, and the photovoltaic module can be more easily vibrated down when the photovoltaic module is turned over in place.
Therefore, there is a need for an improvement in such a structure to overcome the above-mentioned drawbacks.
Disclosure of Invention
The utility model aims to provide a visual inspection auxiliary device for a photovoltaic module, so as to solve the problems in the background technology.
In order to achieve the above purpose, the present utility model provides the following technical solutions:
the photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment comprises a main body rack; the whole body frame is rectangular, the top of the body frame is provided with two fixing arms downwards, the swing arms are rotationally connected below the fixing arms, the grabbing frame is fixedly connected below the swing arms, grabbing cylinders are fixedly arranged at four corners of the bottom of the grabbing frame, and grabbing claws are fixedly arranged on output shafts of the grabbing cylinders; a cross beam is fixedly connected between the middle parts of the two fixed arms, a linear air cylinder is rotatably arranged on the cross beam through a first rotary mounting seat, the tail end of an output shaft of the linear air cylinder is rotatably connected with a second rotary mounting seat, the second rotary mounting seat is fixedly arranged at the top of the grabbing frame, and an interval exists between the first rotary mounting seat and the connecting part of the swinging arm and the grabbing frame.
Furthermore, a cross beam connected with the swing arm is also arranged between the tops of the swing arms,
furthermore, a blocking beam is horizontally arranged on the main body frame; the blocking beam is used for preventing the grabbing frame and the swing arm from continuing to act after the air cylinder stretches out.
Still further, rubber pads are adhered to the barrier beams; the rubber pad can play the effect of slowing down the impact.
Furthermore, the main body frame and the blocking beam are formed by welding stainless steel square tubes.
Further, a clamping groove for clamping out the frame of the photovoltaic module is formed in the bottom of the grabbing claw.
Further, the outer side of the upper end of the swing arm is rotatably connected with the inner side of the lower part of the fixed arm through a rotating shaft and a bearing.
Compared with the prior art, the utility model has the beneficial effects that: the structure is simple, and the grabbing and overturning actions of the photovoltaic module can be completed; the blocking beam is used for preventing the grabbing frame and the swing arm from continuing to act after the air cylinder stretches out; meanwhile, a rubber pad is adhered to the blocking beam; the rubber pad can play a role in reducing impact;
in the scheme, an air cylinder is used for replacing a sucker to be used as power for grabbing the photovoltaic module; meanwhile, the grabbing claws are arranged towards the inner side, clamping grooves for clamping out of the frame of the photovoltaic module are formed in the bottoms of the grabbing claws, and stability in grabbing the photovoltaic module is guaranteed.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a visual inspection auxiliary device for a photovoltaic module.
Fig. 2 is a front view of the photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment.
Fig. 3 is a top view of the photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment.
Fig. 4 is a side view of a photovoltaic module vision aid.
Fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view of a photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary device.
Fig. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of the photovoltaic module at a position a in the visual inspection auxiliary device.
Fig. 7 is a schematic structural diagram of the photovoltaic module at B in the visual inspection auxiliary device.
Detailed Description
In order to make the objects, technical solutions and advantages of the embodiments of the present utility model more clear, the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present utility model will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the accompanying drawings in the embodiments of the present utility model. It will be apparent that the described embodiments are some, but not all, embodiments of the utility model. The components of the embodiments of the present utility model generally described and illustrated in the figures herein may be arranged and designed in a wide variety of different configurations. Thus, the following detailed description of the embodiments of the utility model, as presented in the figures, is not intended to limit the scope of the utility model, as claimed, but is merely representative of selected embodiments of the utility model. All other embodiments, which can be made by those skilled in the art based on the embodiments of the utility model without making any inventive effort, are intended to be within the scope of the utility model.
Referring to fig. 1 to 7, the auxiliary device for visual inspection of a photovoltaic module comprises a main body frame 1; the whole body frame 1 is a cuboid, the top of the body frame 1 is provided with two fixed arms 2 downwards, the lower parts of the fixed arms 2 are rotationally connected with swinging arms 3, the lower parts of the swinging arms 3 are fixedly connected with grabbing frames 5, grabbing cylinders 6 are fixedly arranged at four corners of the bottoms of the grabbing frames 5, and grabbing claws 9 are fixedly arranged on output shafts of the grabbing cylinders 6;
a cross beam is fixedly connected between the middle parts of the two fixed arms 2, a linear air cylinder 4 is rotatably arranged on the cross beam through a first rotary mounting seat 15, the tail end of an output shaft of the linear air cylinder 4 is rotatably connected with a second rotary mounting seat 14, the second rotary mounting seat 14 is fixedly arranged at the top of the grabbing frame 5, and a gap exists between the first rotary mounting seat 14 and the connecting part of the swinging arm 3 and the grabbing frame 5;
in this scheme, when the linear cylinder 4 is kept in an extended state, the gripping frame 5 is kept in a horizontal state and is in a state of a photovoltaic module to be gripped; after the grabbing frame 5 is grabbed, the linear air cylinder 4 contracts, at the moment, the linear air cylinder 4 also rotates backwards in an inclined mode by taking the first rotating seat 15 as an axis, the grabbing frame 5 rotates by taking the connecting position of the fixed arm 2 and the swinging arm 3 as an axis, and the photovoltaic module at the bottom of the grabbing frame 5 is exposed; the worker performs visual inspection on the bottom of the photovoltaic module, and after the inspection is finished, the linear cylinder 5 stretches out to place the photovoltaic module horizontally;
the straight cylinder 5 drives the grabbing frame 5 when extending out, and the grabbing frame 5 needs to be stopped when horizontal, because the grabbing frame is provided with a photovoltaic module for grabbing, the whole inertia is large, and the impact on the straight cylinder is large, in the scheme, the main body frame 1 is also horizontally provided with a blocking beam 7; the blocking beam 7 is used for preventing the grabbing frame 5 and the swing arm from continuing to act after the air cylinder stretches out; meanwhile, a rubber pad 8 is adhered to the blocking beam 7; the rubber pad 8 can play a role in reducing impact;
the main body frame 1 and the blocking beam 7 are formed by welding stainless steel square tubes,
in order to ensure the stability of the grabbing of the photovoltaic module, in the scheme, an air cylinder is used for replacing a sucker to be used as power for grabbing the photovoltaic module; simultaneously, the grabbing claw 9 is arranged inwards, and a clamping groove 10 for clamping out of the photovoltaic module frame is formed in the bottom of the grabbing claw 9.
When the photovoltaic module is used, the photovoltaic module is firstly conveyed to the unpowered roller conveyor 11 by other conveying belts, the roller conveyor 11 is fixedly arranged on the scissor type lifting table 12, and the roller conveyor 11 is positioned under the grabbing frame 5; the scissor type lifting table 12 drives the roller conveyor 11 to ascend together with the photovoltaic module, the grabbing cylinder 6 contracts, and the grabbing claws 9 act to tighten the two ends of the front side and the rear side of the photovoltaic module; then the scissor type lifting table 12 drives the roller conveyor 11 to descend, so that a space is reserved for overturning the photovoltaic module; finally, the grabbing frame 5 rotates by taking the joint of the fixed arm 2 and the swinging arm 3 as an axle center, and the photovoltaic module at the bottom of the grabbing frame 5 is exposed; the workman looks at the photovoltaic module bottom and examines, and after the inspection finishes, straight line cylinder 5 stretches out, places the level with photovoltaic module.
In the description of the present utility model, it should be noted that, directions or positional relationships indicated by terms such as "upper", "lower", "inner", "outer", "left", "right", etc., are directions or positional relationships based on those shown in the drawings, or are directions or positional relationships conventionally put in place when the inventive product is used, or are directions or positional relationships conventionally understood by those skilled in the art, are merely for convenience of describing the present utility model and for simplifying the description, and are not indicative or implying that the apparatus or element to be referred to must have a specific direction, be constructed and operated in a specific direction, and therefore should not be construed as limiting the present utility model. Furthermore, the terms "first," "second," and the like, are used merely to distinguish between descriptions and should not be construed as indicating or implying relative importance. In the description of the present utility model, it should also be noted that, unless explicitly specified and limited otherwise, terms such as "disposed," "connected," and the like are to be construed broadly, and for example, "connected" may be either fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally connected; can be mechanically or electrically connected; can be directly connected or indirectly connected through an intermediate medium, and can be communication between two elements. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present utility model can be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art according to the specific circumstances.

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1. The photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment comprises a main body rack; the device is characterized in that the whole main body frame is a cuboid, two fixing arms are downwards arranged at the top of the main body frame, the swing arms are rotationally connected below the fixing arms, the grabbing frames are fixedly connected below the swing arms, grabbing cylinders are fixedly arranged at four corners of the bottoms of the grabbing frames, and grabbing claws are fixedly arranged on output shafts of the grabbing cylinders; a cross beam is fixedly connected between the middle parts of the two fixed arms, a linear air cylinder is rotatably arranged on the cross beam through a first rotary mounting seat, the tail end of an output shaft of the linear air cylinder is rotatably connected with a second rotary mounting seat, the second rotary mounting seat is fixedly arranged at the top of the grabbing frame, and an interval exists between the first rotary mounting seat and the connecting part of the swinging arm and the grabbing frame.
2. The photovoltaic module vision inspection assisting device according to claim 1, wherein a cross beam for connecting the swing arms is also arranged between the tops of the swing arms.
3. The photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary equipment according to claim 1, wherein a blocking beam is further horizontally arranged on the main body frame; the blocking beam is used for preventing the grabbing frame and the swing arm from continuing to act after the air cylinder stretches out.
4. The photovoltaic module vision inspection auxiliary device according to claim 3, wherein a rubber pad is adhered to the barrier beam; the rubber pad can play the effect of slowing down the impact.
5. The visual inspection auxiliary device of claim 1, wherein the main body frame and the blocking beam are formed by welding stainless steel square tubes.
6. The visual inspection auxiliary device for the photovoltaic module according to claim 1, wherein a clamping groove for clamping out of a frame of the photovoltaic module is formed in the bottom of the grabbing claw.
7. The visual inspection auxiliary device for the photovoltaic module according to claim 1, wherein the outer side of the upper end of the swing arm is rotatably connected with the inner side of the lower part of the fixed arm through a rotating shaft and a bearing.
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