CN220817900U - Air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same - Google Patents

Air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same Download PDF

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CN220817900U
CN220817900U CN202322676820.XU CN202322676820U CN220817900U CN 220817900 U CN220817900 U CN 220817900U CN 202322676820 U CN202322676820 U CN 202322676820U CN 220817900 U CN220817900 U CN 220817900U
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The utility model discloses an air conditioner indoor unit and an air conditioner with the same.A first air duct is arranged in a shell, and an indoor air inlet and an indoor air outlet which are communicated with the first air duct are formed in the shell; the indoor fan is arranged in the first air duct; the fresh air part is arranged on the shell and comprises a shell and a fresh air fan, and a fresh air inlet is formed in the shell; the air conditioner indoor unit is provided with a fresh air mode and an exhaust mode, the fresh air fan is opened in the fresh air mode, the air inlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the fresh air inlet, the air outlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the first communication port, the fresh air fan is closed and the indoor fan is opened in the exhaust mode, the air inlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the indoor air inlet, and the air outlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the second communication port. The air conditioner indoor unit provided by the embodiment of the utility model has a plurality of working modes so as to better adapt to different requirements.

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Air conditioner indoor unit and air conditioner with same
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of air conditioners, in particular to an air conditioner indoor unit and an air conditioner with the same.
Background
An air conditioner is a device for adjusting and controlling parameters such as temperature, humidity, flow rate and the like of air in a building or a structure by adopting a manual means. In the related art, the running modes of the air conditioner are fewer, so that the functions of the air conditioner are limited, and the requirements in different scenes are difficult to meet.
Disclosure of utility model
The present utility model aims to solve at least one of the technical problems existing in the prior art. Therefore, the utility model provides an air conditioner indoor unit, which has a plurality of operation modes so as to better meet the differentiation requirement.
The utility model also provides an air conditioner with the air conditioner indoor unit.
An indoor unit of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of a first aspect of the present utility model includes: the indoor air conditioner comprises a shell, a first air duct and a second air duct, wherein a first air duct is arranged in the shell, and an indoor air inlet and an indoor air outlet which are communicated with the first air duct are formed in the shell; the indoor fan is arranged in the first air duct; the fresh air component is arranged on the shell and comprises a shell and a fresh air fan, a fresh air inlet is formed in the shell, and the fresh air fan is arranged on the shell; the air conditioner comprises a communication structure, a communication cavity is formed in the communication structure, a first communication port and a second communication port are formed in the communication structure, the communication cavity is communicated with the first communication port and the second communication port, the air conditioner indoor unit is provided with a fresh air mode and an exhaust mode, the fresh air fan is opened in the fresh air mode, the air inlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the fresh air inlet, the air outlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the first communication port, the fresh air fan is closed in the exhaust mode, the indoor fan is opened, the air inlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the indoor air inlet, and the air outlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the second communication port.
According to the air conditioner indoor unit provided by the embodiment of the utility model, the air flow induced by the fresh air fan can be sent into the room from the second communication port through the communication cavity of the communication structure, so that the fresh air mode of the air conditioner indoor unit is realized, and therefore, the outdoor fresh air can be sent into the room from the outside, the indoor air circulation is realized, and the freshness and the comfortableness of the indoor air are improved; the air current that indoor fan arouses can be through communication structure's intercommunication chamber and new trend part in order to send indoor air outdoor, realizes the mode of airing exhaust of air conditioning indoor set to can follow indoor the turbid air of indoor and arrange outdoor, realize indoor outer air cycle, reduce the turbidity of indoor air, improve the travelling comfort of indoor air. Therefore, the indoor unit of the air conditioner has multiple operation modes so as to better adapt to different use scenes and meet the differentiation requirements.
In some embodiments, at least a portion of the communication structure is disposed in the first air duct, or the communication structure is disposed in the casing and participates in defining a portion of a wall surface of the first air duct, so that the second communication port is located on an air outlet side of the indoor fan.
In some embodiments, in the venting mode, the outlet is closed. In the exhaust mode, the outlet is closed.
In some embodiments, the communication structure extends along a length direction of the outlet, and the first communication port is formed at one end of the length of the communication structure.
In some embodiments, the plurality of outlets includes a first outlet and a second outlet, the first outlet is located above the second outlet, the communication structure is disposed between the first outlet and the second outlet, the communication structure has a first sidewall disposed toward the first outlet and a second sidewall disposed toward the second outlet, and the second communication port is formed on at least one of the first sidewall and the second sidewall.
In some embodiments, the first air duct has a first branch and a second branch located at two sides of the communication structure, the first branch is communicated with the first outlet, the second branch is communicated with the second outlet, the air conditioner indoor unit further includes a control component, the control component is used for controlling on-off of the first branch and the second branch, the air conditioner indoor unit further has a first air outlet mode and a second air outlet mode, and in the first air outlet mode, the first branch is conducted and the second branch is disconnected; and in the second air outlet mode, the first branch is disconnected and the second branch is conducted.
In some embodiments, the control component comprises an air guide assembly for switching the first outlet and the second outlet, the air guide assembly closing the second outlet and opening the first outlet in the first air out mode, and the air guide assembly closing the first outlet and opening the second outlet in the second air out mode; and/or, the control component comprises a switching component, the switching component is movably arranged on the communication structure, in the first air outlet mode, the switching component closes the second branch and opens the first branch, and in the second air outlet mode, the switching component closes the first branch and opens the second branch.
In some embodiments, when the control component comprises a switching assembly, in the first air outlet mode, the first sidewall forms an angle alpha, -15 deg. alpha less than or equal to 45 deg. with the horizontal direction.
In some embodiments, the second outlet is located at the lower side of the indoor unit of the air conditioner, and the second side wall has an angle beta with the vertical direction of-45 deg. beta.ltoreq.45 deg..
In some embodiments, the indoor unit of the air conditioner further has a third air outlet mode, and in the third air outlet mode, the first branch and the second branch are both conducted.
In some embodiments, the control component comprises an air guide assembly for switching the first outlet and the second outlet, the air guide assembly opening the first outlet and opening the second outlet in the third air out mode; and/or, the control component comprises a switching component, the switching component is movably arranged on the communication structure, and in the third air outlet mode, the switching component opens the second branch and opens the first branch.
In some embodiments, the communication structure further has a third side wall connected between the first side wall and the second side wall, the third side wall being formed with a third communication port that communicates with the communication chamber and is switchable.
In some embodiments, the air conditioning indoor unit is a hook, the first outlet is located on a front side of the air conditioning indoor unit, and the second outlet is located on a lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit.
An air conditioner according to an embodiment of a second aspect of the present utility model includes the air conditioner indoor unit according to the embodiment of the first aspect of the present utility model described above.
According to the air conditioner provided by the embodiment of the utility model, the air conditioner has various air supply effects by adopting the air conditioner indoor unit.
Additional aspects and advantages of the utility model will be set forth in part in the description which follows, and in part will be obvious from the description, or may be learned by practice of the utility model.
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The foregoing and/or additional aspects and advantages of the utility model will become apparent and may be better understood from the following description of embodiments taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings in which:
fig. 1 is a schematic view of an air conditioning indoor unit according to some embodiments of the present utility model;
FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along line A-A shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 3 is another schematic view of the indoor unit of the air conditioner shown in FIG. 1;
FIG. 4 is a schematic view of a fresh air component according to some embodiments of the utility model;
FIG. 5 is an exploded view of the fresh air component shown in FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view of an air conditioning indoor unit (e.g., a first air outlet mode or fresh air mode) according to some embodiments of the present utility model;
FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of an air conditioning indoor unit (e.g., a second air outlet mode or fresh air mode) according to some embodiments of the present utility model;
FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of an air conditioning indoor unit (e.g., a third air outlet mode or fresh air mode) according to some embodiments of the present utility model;
fig. 9 is a partial enlarged view of the air conditioner indoor unit shown in fig. 8;
Fig. 10 is a cross-sectional view (discharge mode) of an air conditioner indoor unit according to some embodiments of the present utility model;
FIG. 11 is a schematic illustration of a communication structure according to some embodiments of the utility model;
Fig. 12 is a partial enlarged view of the B portion shown in fig. 11;
FIG. 13 is another schematic view of the communication structure shown in FIG. 11;
FIG. 14 is a schematic view of a communication structure according to further embodiments of the present utility model;
fig. 15 is a partial enlarged view of the C portion shown in fig. 14;
fig. 16 is another schematic view of the communication structure shown in fig. 14.
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An air conditioner indoor unit 100,
The casing 1, the first air duct 11, the first branch 11a, the second branch 11b, the indoor air inlet 12, the outlet 13, the first outlet 13a, the second outlet 13b, the panel member 14, the chassis 15,
An indoor fan 2,
Fresh air part 3, shell 31, fresh air inlet 31a, fresh air outlet 31b, fresh air fan 32,
A communication structure 4, a communication cavity 4a, a first communication port 4b, a second communication port 4c, a first side wall 41, a second side wall 42, a third side wall 43, a third communication port 43a,
The control component 5, the air guide assembly 51, the first air guide plate 511, the second air guide plate 512, the switching assembly 52, the switching air guide plate 521, the heat exchange component 6 and the volute 7.
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Embodiments of the present utility model are described in detail below, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like or similar reference numerals refer to like or similar elements or elements having like or similar functions throughout. The embodiments described below by referring to the drawings are illustrative only and are not to be construed as limiting the utility model.
The following disclosure provides many different embodiments, or examples, for implementing different structures of the utility model. In order to simplify the present disclosure, components and arrangements of specific examples are described below. They are, of course, merely examples and are not intended to limit the utility model. Furthermore, the present utility model may repeat reference numerals and/or letters in the various examples. This repetition is for the purpose of simplicity and clarity and does not in itself dictate a relationship between the various embodiments and/or configurations discussed. In addition, the present utility model provides examples of various specific processes and materials, but one of ordinary skill in the art will recognize the applicability of other processes and/or the use of other materials.
Hereinafter, an air conditioning indoor unit 100 according to an embodiment of the present utility model is described with reference to the accompanying drawings.
As shown in fig. 1 to 3, the indoor unit 100 of an air conditioner includes a casing 1 and an indoor fan 2, and in combination with fig. 1, a first air duct 11 is formed in the casing 1, and an indoor air inlet 12 and an outlet 13 which are in communication with the first air duct 11 are formed in the casing 1, and the indoor fan 2 is disposed in the first air duct 11, so that when the indoor fan 2 operates and the outlet 13 is opened, the indoor fan 2 can make air flow enter the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and flow to the outlet 13.
The indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner further comprises a fresh air component 3 and a communication structure 4, and referring to fig. 2 and 4, the fresh air component 3 is arranged on the casing 1, the fresh air component 3 comprises a casing 31 and a fresh air fan 32, a fresh air inlet 31a is formed in the casing 31, and the fresh air fan 32 is arranged on the casing 31; the communication structure 4 has a communication chamber 4a therein, and a first communication port 4b and a second communication port 4c communicating with the communication chamber 4a are formed in the communication structure 4.
As shown in fig. 6 to 10, the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner has a fresh air mode and an exhaust mode, in the fresh air mode, the fresh air fan 32 is turned on, the air inlet side of the fresh air fan 32 is communicated with the fresh air inlet 31a, and the air outlet side of the fresh air fan 32 is communicated with the first communication port 4 b; in the exhaust mode, the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on, the air intake side of the indoor fan 2 is communicated with the indoor air inlet 12, and the air outlet side of the indoor fan 2 is communicated with the second communication port 4 c. Thus, in the fresh air mode, the air flow induced by the fresh air fan 32 can flow into the communication cavity 4a through the first communication port 4b and flow to the second communication port 4c so as to introduce the outdoor fresh air into the room, and in the exhaust mode, the air flow induced by the indoor fan 2 can flow into the communication cavity 4a through the second communication port 4c and flow to the first communication port 4b so as to exhaust the indoor air to the outside.
Referring to fig. 2, the indoor fan 2 is disposed in the first air duct 11, and illustratively, at least part of the communication structure 4 is disposed in the first air duct 11 such that the second communication port 4c is located in the first air duct 11, and in the air flow direction of the first air duct 11, the second communication port 4c is located on the upstream side of the outlet 13, and the air flow induced by the indoor fan 2 in the first air duct 11 can flow into the communication cavity 4a through the second communication port 4c; or at least part of the communication structure 4 is arranged outside the first air duct 11, so that the second communication port 4c is positioned at the downstream side of the outlet 13 in the air flow direction at the outlet 13, and the air flow of the first air duct 11 can be sent from the outlet 13 to the second communication port 4c; or the communication structure 4 is arranged on the casing 1, and the communication structure 4 participates in defining part of the wall surface of the first air duct 11, so that the second communication port 4c is formed on the wall surface of the first air duct 11, and the second communication port 4c is positioned on the upstream side of the outlet 13 in the air flow direction of the first air duct 11.
Referring to fig. 6 to 10, the fresh air fan 32 is disposed on the housing 31, and then the fresh air fan 32 may be disposed inside the housing 31 or outside the housing 31; illustratively, the housing 31 has a second air duct therein, the housing 31 further has a fresh air outlet 31b, the fresh air fan 32 is disposed in the second air duct, the fresh air fan 32 works, air flows from the fresh air inlet 31a into the second air duct, through the fresh air fan 32 and toward the fresh air outlet 31b, and air flows from the fresh air outlet 31b toward the first communication port 4b; or the second air channel is arranged in the shell 31, the shell 31 is further provided with a fresh air outlet 31b, the fresh air fan 31 is arranged outside the shell 31 and is positioned at the downstream side of the second air channel, namely, the air inlet side of the fresh air fan 32 is indirectly communicated with the fresh air inlet 31a by being communicated with the fresh air outlet 31b, when the fresh air fan 32 works, air flows into the second air channel from the fresh air inlet 31a and flows to the fresh air fan 32 through the fresh air outlet 31b, and then the air flows to the first communication port 4b from the air outlet side of the fresh air fan 32.
Therefore, in the fresh air mode, the air flow induced by the fresh air fan 32 can enter the communication cavity 4a through the first communication port 4b of the communication structure 4 and flow out from the second communication port 4c, so that the outdoor air is sent into the room, the fresh air function of the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner is realized, the outdoor fresh air can be sent into the room from the outside, the indoor and outdoor air circulation is realized, and the freshness and the comfort of the indoor air are improved; in the exhaust mode, the air flow induced by the indoor fan 2 can enter the communication cavity 4a through the second communication port 4c of the communication structure 4 and flow to the fresh air component 3 through the first communication port 4b, and finally can be discharged through the fresh air inlet 31a to send indoor air out of the air room, so that the exhaust function of the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner is realized, and thus, indoor turbid air can be exhausted from the room to the outside, indoor and outdoor air circulation is realized, the turbidity of the indoor air is reduced, and the comfort of the indoor air is improved. Thus, the indoor unit 100 has multiple operation modes to meet different requirements of multiple usage scenarios.
For simplicity of description, only the case where the first communication port 4b is located upstream of the outlet 13 in the air flow direction of the first air duct 11 and the fresh air fan 32 is provided in the housing 31 will be described. Of course, it will be understood by those skilled in the art that the first communication port 4b may also be located at the downstream side of the outlet 13 in the airflow direction of the first air duct 11, and the fresh air fan 32 is disposed outside the housing 31.
For example, in the fresh air mode, referring to fig. 6 to 8, a second air duct is formed in the housing 31, the housing 31 is further formed with a fresh air outlet 31b, the second air duct is communicated with the fresh air inlet 31a and the fresh air outlet 31b, the fresh air fan 32 is arranged in the second air duct, the fresh air inlet 31a is adapted to be communicated with the outside, the fresh air outlet 31b is adapted to be communicated with the first communication port 4b, and the second communication port 4c is communicated with the first air duct 11; when the fresh air fan 32 and the indoor fan 2 are turned on and the outlet 13 is turned on, outdoor fresh air flows into the second air duct from the fresh air inlet 31a and flows to the fresh air outlet 31b, then fresh air flows into the communication cavity 4a from the first communication port 4b and flows into the first air duct 11 from the second communication port 4c, indoor air enters the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and flows into the outlet 13, and indoor air and fresh air flow are mixed in the first air duct 11 and sent out from the outlet 13 to send outdoor fresh air into the room, so that indoor and outdoor air circulation is realized, and the quality and freshness of indoor air are improved, so that the comfort of users is improved.
It can be appreciated that the air conditioner indoor unit 100 may further include a heat exchange component 6, where the heat exchange component 6 is disposed in the first air duct 11, and after the heat exchange of the indoor air flow, the heat exchange component is mixed with the fresh air flow in the first air duct 11 and sent out from the outlet 13, so that the mixed air flow approaches to the indoor temperature, and the influence of the temperature of the fresh air flow on the user experience caused by the colder or hotter temperature of the fresh air flow relative to the indoor air flow is avoided, thereby improving the comfort in the fresh air mode.
Of course, the application is not limited thereto; in other examples, in the fresh air mode, when the fresh air fan 32 is turned on, the indoor fan 2 is turned off, and the outlet 13 is turned on, outdoor fresh air flows into the second air duct from the fresh air inlet 31a and flows into the fresh air outlet 31b, then fresh air flows into the communication cavity 4a from the first communication port 4b and flows into the first air duct 11 from the second communication port 4c, and outdoor fresh air can be sent into the room, so that indoor and outdoor air circulation is realized, and quality and freshness of indoor air are improved, so that comfort of a user is improved.
For example, in the exhaust mode, referring to fig. 10, a second air duct is formed in the housing 31, the housing 31 is further formed with a fresh air outlet 31b, the second air duct is communicated with the fresh air inlet 31a and the fresh air outlet 31b, the fresh air fan 32 is arranged in the second air duct, the fresh air inlet 31a is adapted to be communicated with the outside, the fresh air outlet 31b is adapted to be communicated with the first communication port 4b, and the second communication port 4c is communicated with the first air duct 11; when the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on, indoor air enters the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12, indoor air flows into the communication cavity 4a from the second communication port 4c and flows to the first communication port 4b, then indoor air flows into the second air duct from the fresh air outlet 31b and flows to the fresh air inlet 31a, and after-indoor air flows from the fresh air inlet 31a to the outside, so that indoor turbid air is sent outdoors, indoor and outdoor air circulation is realized, the turbidity of indoor air is reduced, and the comfort of indoor air is improved.
Obviously, in the embodiment of the present application, by arranging the communication structure 4 so that the fresh air fan 32 enables the air conditioning indoor unit 100 to implement a fresh air function through the communication structure 4, and the indoor fan 2 enables the air conditioning indoor unit 100 to implement an exhaust function through the communication structure 4, so as to implement circulation of indoor air and outdoor air, and improve indoor air quality, and the fresh air mode and the exhaust mode of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 are respectively implemented through different fans, in the two modes, the communication modes of the communication structure 4 and the indoor fan 2 and the fresh air fan 32 can be changed without adapting to corresponding modes, that is, whether in the fresh air mode or in the exhaust mode, the first communication port 4b can be always communicated with the fresh air fan 32, and the second communication port 4c can be always communicated with the indoor fan 2, so as to facilitate simplifying the switching logic of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 when the air conditioning indoor unit 100 switches between the fresh air mode and the exhaust mode.
Illustratively, in both the fresh air mode and the exhaust mode, the position corresponding to the air outlet side of the fresh air fan 32 is always communicated with the first communication port 4b, the position corresponding to the air outlet side of the indoor fan 2 is always communicated with the second communication port 4c, at this time, the switching between the fresh air mode and the exhaust mode can be achieved by whether the fresh air fan 32 and the indoor fan 2 are operated or not, in the fresh air mode, the fresh air fan 32 is turned on, at this time, the indoor fan 2 can be turned on or off, and in the exhaust mode, the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on.
For example, in the normal air supply mode, referring to fig. 6 to 8, the indoor fan 2 is turned on, the fresh air fan 32 is turned off, and indoor air enters the first duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and is sent out from the outlet 13, thereby realizing indoor air circulation (e.g., cooling or heating cycle).
Optionally, the number, opening size, opening shape, etc. of the second communication openings 4c formed by the communication structure 4 are not limited, for example, the second communication openings 4c may be multiple, and the second communication openings 4c are micropores, and the multiple second communication openings 4c are communicated with the first air duct 11, so that fresh air flow in the communication cavity 4a flows into the first air duct 11 through the multiple second communication openings 4c or indoor air flow in the first air duct 11 flows into the communication cavity 4a through the multiple second communication openings 4c, so that smoothness of air flow is ensured, and foreign matters (such as worms, etc.) are prevented from entering the communication cavity 4a through the second communication openings 4c to affect the operation of the fresh air fan 32. For example, the second communication port 4c may have one, two or more than two; the second communication port 4c may be circular, elliptical, polygonal, or the like.
According to the air conditioner indoor unit 100 provided by the embodiment of the utility model, the air flow induced by the fresh air fan 32 can be sent into the room from the second communication port 4c through the communication cavity 4a of the communication structure 4 to realize the fresh air mode of the air conditioner indoor unit 100, so that the outdoor fresh air can be sent into the room from the outside, the indoor air circulation is realized, and the freshness and the comfort of the indoor air are improved; the air current that indoor fan 2 induced can be through the intercommunication chamber 4a and the new trend part 3 of communication structure 4 in order to send indoor air outdoor, realizes the mode of airing exhaust of air conditioning indoor set 100 to can be with indoor turbid air from indoor to outdoor, realize indoor outer air cycle, reduce the turbidity of indoor air, improve the travelling comfort of indoor air. Thus, the indoor unit 100 has multiple operation modes to better adapt to different use situations and meet the differentiation requirements.
It can be understood that the setting position of the fresh air component 3 is not particularly limited, and can be particularly set according to actual requirements; for example, the fresh air component 3 may be disposed within the enclosure 1, or at least a portion of the fresh air component 3 may be disposed outside the enclosure 1.
In some embodiments, at least part of the communication structure 4 is disposed in the first air duct 11, such that the second communication port 4c is located in the first air duct 11 and the second communication port 4c is located on the air outlet side of the indoor fan 2; when the fresh air mode is adopted, if the indoor fan 2 is started, indoor air flow in the first air channel 11 can be well mixed with fresh air flow flowing out of the second communication port 4c, so that the mixed air flow temperature is more uniform, if the indoor fan 2 is closed, fresh air flow flowing out of the second communication port 4c can flow out of the outlet 13, and meanwhile, when the air exhaust mode is adopted, indoor air flow in the first air channel 11 can well flow into the second communication port 4c, so that air exhaust is smoother.
Further, the at least part of the communication structure 4 disposed in the first air duct 11 may be disposed adjacent to the outlet 13, which is beneficial for reducing the blocking effect of the communication structure 4 on the air flow in the first air duct 11.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 2, the communication structure 4 is disposed on the casing 1 and the communication structure 4 participates in defining a part of the wall surface of the first air duct 11, so that the second communication port 4c is located on the air outlet side of the indoor fan 2, and the communication structure 4 is convenient to be disposed, and meanwhile, the communication structure 4 is convenient to avoid that the air flow in the first air duct 11 is greatly blocked by the air flow in the first air duct 11 to influence the flow of the air flow, so that the smoothness of the air flow is ensured.
For example, in the example of fig. 2, in the air flow direction of the first air duct 11, the communication structure 4 is located at a downstream section of the first air duct 11 and is disposed adjacent to the outlet 13, and a portion of the wall surface of the communication structure 4 that participates in defining the first air duct 11 is formed with a plurality of second communication ports 4c, each of which second communication ports 4c communicates with the communication chamber 4a. In the fresh air mode, the fresh air fan 32 and the indoor fan 2 are started, fresh air flows to the communication cavity 4a through the first communication ports 4b and flows into the first air duct 11 from the plurality of second communication ports 4c, and indoor air flows flowing to the outlet 13 are sent out from the outlet 13 together with the fresh air flows; in the exhaust mode, the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on, and the indoor air flow flows into the communication chamber 4a through the plurality of second communication ports 4c and is discharged to the outside from the fresh air inlet 31a of the fresh air part 3. Optionally, the indoor fan 2 comprises a cross-flow fan. For example, in connection with fig. 2, the cross flow fan includes a cross flow wind wheel that extends in a left-right direction.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 10, in the exhaust mode, the outlet 13 is closed, the air outlet resistance at the outlet 13 is larger, and the air outlet resistance in the communication cavity 4a is smaller, so that more indoor air flows from the second communication port 4c to the communication cavity 4a and is discharged from the fresh air inlet 31a of the housing 31 to the outside, so that indoor air is discharged from the outside against resistance (such as blocking of the fresh air fan 32, etc.), thereby ensuring smoothness of indoor exhaust and being beneficial to improving exhaust efficiency.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 11-13, the communication structure 4 extends along the length direction (e.g., the left-right direction in fig. 1) of the outlet 13, and the first communication port 4b is formed at one end of the length of the communication structure 4, so that the air outlet side of the fresh air fan 32 is communicated with the first communication port 4b, and meanwhile, the fresh air component 3 may be disposed on one side of the length direction of the communication structure 4, so that the fresh air component 3 is convenient to be disposed, so that the fresh air component 3 is not easy to block the airflow at the outlet 13.
In addition, the length direction of the communication structure 4 is consistent with the length direction of the outlet 13, the first communication port 4b is located at one end of the length of the communication structure 4, and the communication structure 4 may be formed as a hollow structure, so that the peripheral side wall of the communication structure 4 provides a suitable arrangement area for the second communication port 4c, so as to achieve a suitable air intake in the fresh air mode and a suitable air exhaust efficiency in the air exhaust mode. Illustratively, the communication structure 4 is disposed at the outlet 13, and a second communication port 4c is formed on a side wall of the communication structure 4 facing the outlet 13, in the fresh air mode, the air flow induced by the fresh air fan 32 flows out through the second communication port 4c and flows into the outlet 13, so as to shorten the length of the flow path of the fresh air in the first air duct 11, reduce the fresh air resistance, and in the exhaust mode, the outlet 13 can be closed, so that at least a majority of the air flow induced by the indoor fan 2 flows to the fresh air component 3 through the second communication port 4c and is discharged outdoors.
Alternatively, one end of the communication structure 4 remote from the first communication port 4b (i.e., the other end of the length of the communication structure 4) is disposed in a closed manner.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 8 and 12, the outlets 13 are multiple and the multiple outlets 13 include a first outlet 13a and a second outlet 13b, the first outlet 13a is located above the second outlet 13b, the communication structure 4 is disposed between the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b, the communication structure 4 has a first side wall 41 disposed toward the first outlet 13a and a second side wall 42 disposed toward the second outlet 13b, the first side wall 41 is spaced apart from a portion of the wall of the first air duct 11 to define the first outlet 13a, and the second side wall 42 is spaced apart from a portion of the wall of the first air duct 11 to define the second outlet 13b; at this time, the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42 may participate in defining a portion of the wall surface of the first air duct 11, so as to weaken the blocking of the air flow in the first air duct 11 by the communication structure 4.
Wherein, a second communication port 4c is formed on at least one of the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42, the second communication port 4c communicates with the first air duct 11 and the communication chamber 4a, so that indoor air flow can flow from the first air duct 11 into the communication chamber 4a through the second communication port 4c, or fresh air flow can flow from the communication chamber 4a into the first air duct 11 through the second communication port 4 c.
For simplicity of description, the second communication port 4c is formed in both the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42, which will be described later. It is understood that the second communication ports 4c formed in both the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42 can increase the flow area of the air flow, and improve the efficiency and the air flow rate of the air flow.
Alternatively, the positions of the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b on the cabinet 1 are not limited, for example, in connection with fig. 8, the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b may be both located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 and disposed at an upper and lower interval, or the first outlet 13a may be located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 and the second outlet 13b may be located at the lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 8, the first air duct 11 has a first branch 11a and a second branch 11b located at two sides of the communication structure 4, where the first branch 11a is connected to the first outlet 13a, and the second branch 11b is connected to the second outlet 13b, so that the air flow in the first air duct 11 can be split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, where the air flow in the first branch 11a is sent out from the first outlet 13a, and the air flow in the second branch 11b is sent out from the second outlet 13 b. It can be seen that the first side wall 41 participates in defining the wall of the first branch 11a and the second side wall 42 participates in defining the wall of the second branch 11 b.
The air conditioning indoor unit 100 further includes a control unit 5, where the control unit 5 is configured to control on/off of the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, and the air conditioning indoor unit 100 further has a first air outlet mode and a second air outlet mode.
In the first air outlet mode, the first branch 11a is turned on and the second branch 11b is turned off, the air flow in the first air duct 11 can flow out from the first outlet 13a through the first branch 11a, and the air flow in the first air duct 11 cannot flow out from the second outlet 13b through the second branch 11 b; in the second air-out mode, the first branch 11a is disconnected and the second branch 11b is turned on, the air flow in the first air duct 11 can flow out from the second outlet 13b through the second branch 11b, and the air flow in the first air duct 11 cannot flow out from the first outlet 13a through the first branch 11 a. Therefore, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 can switch different air outlet modes to change the air supply area of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 so as to adapt to the requirements of users.
Alternatively, the first air outlet mode and the second air outlet mode of the indoor unit 100 may be performed together with the fresh air mode, or the first air outlet mode and the second air outlet mode may be performed together with the normal air supply mode.
For example, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may jointly perform a first air outlet mode and a fresh air mode, and in combination with fig. 6, the control unit 5 disconnects the second branch 11b and turns on the first branch 11a, the indoor fan 2 and the fresh air fan 32 are turned on, the indoor air flow enters the first air duct 11 and flows to the first branch 11a, the fresh air flow enters the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b from the second communication port 4c, the indoor air flow and the fresh air flow are mixed in the first branch 11a and sent out from the first outlet 13a, and in this mode, the indoor fan 2 may also be turned off; the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may perform the second air outlet mode and the fresh air mode together, and in combination with fig. 7, the control unit 5 disconnects the first branch 11a and turns on the second branch 11b, the indoor fan 2 and the fresh air fan 32 are turned on, the indoor air flow enters the first air duct 11 and flows to the second branch 11b, the fresh air flow enters the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b from the second communication port 4c, the indoor air flow and the fresh air flow are mixed in the second branch 11b and sent out from the second outlet 13b, and in this mode, the indoor fan 2 may also be turned off.
For another example, the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner may jointly perform the first air outlet mode and the normal air supply mode, and referring to fig. 6, the control unit 5 disconnects the second branch 11b and turns on the first branch 11a, the indoor fan 2 is turned on, and the indoor air flows into the first air duct 11 and flows to the first branch 11a, and then is sent out from the first outlet 13 a; the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner may perform the second air outlet mode and the normal air supply mode together, and referring to fig. 7, the control part 5 disconnects the first branch 11a and turns on the second branch 11b, the indoor fan 2 is turned on, and the indoor air flows into the first air duct 11 and flows to the second branch 11b, and then is sent out from the second outlet 13 b.
Alternatively, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may perform the air discharge mode when the control part 5 is used to control the on-off of the first branch 11a and the second branch 11 b.
For example, in the air conditioning indoor unit 100, referring to fig. 2, a second air duct is formed in the housing 31, the housing 31 is further formed with a fresh air outlet 31b, the second air duct is communicated with the fresh air inlet 31a and the fresh air outlet 31b, the fresh air fan 32 is disposed in the second air duct, the fresh air inlet 31a is adapted to be communicated with the outdoor space, the fresh air outlet 31b is adapted to be communicated with the first communication port 4b, the first side wall 41 is formed with a plurality of second communication ports 4c, and the second communication ports 4c are communicated with the first branch 11a; when the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on, the control part 5 cuts off the second branch 11b and turns on the first branch 11a, indoor air enters the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and flows to the first branch 11a, indoor air flow enters the communication cavity 4a from the plurality of second communication ports 4c of the first side wall 41 and flows to the first communication port 4b, then indoor air flow flows into the second air duct from the fresh air outlet 31b and flows to the fresh air inlet 31a, and rear indoor air flow flows to the outside from the fresh air inlet 31a to send indoor turbid air to the outside, so that indoor air circulation is realized, the turbidity of indoor air is reduced, and the comfort of indoor air is improved.
For another example, referring to fig. 2, the second side wall 42 is formed with a plurality of second communication ports 4c, the second communication ports 4c communicating with the second branch 11b; when the fresh air fan 32 is turned off and the indoor fan 2 is turned on, the control part 5 cuts off the first branch 11a and turns on the second branch 11b, indoor air enters the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and flows to the second branch 11b, indoor air flows enter the communication cavity 4a from the plurality of second communication ports 4c of the second side wall 42 and flows to the first communication port 4b, then indoor air flows from the fresh air outlet 31b into the second air duct and flows to the fresh air inlet 31a, and rear indoor air flows from the fresh air inlet 31a to the outside so as to send indoor turbid air to the outside, thereby realizing indoor and outdoor air circulation, reducing the turbidity of indoor air and improving the comfort of indoor air.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 6 and 7, the control part 5 includes an air guiding assembly 51, where the air guiding assembly 51 is used to switch the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b, in a first air outlet mode, the air guiding assembly 51 closes the second outlet 13b and opens the first outlet 13a to disconnect the second branch 11b, and the first branch 11a is turned on, and in a second air outlet mode, the air guiding assembly 51 closes the first outlet 13a and opens the second outlet 13b to disconnect the first branch 11a and turn on the second branch 11b, so that the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner controls to switch the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b to adapt to the corresponding air outlet mode; and/or, the control part 5 includes a switching component 52, where the switching component 52 is movably disposed on the communication structure 4, in the first air outlet mode, the switching component 52 closes the second branch 11b and opens the first branch 11a to disconnect the second branch 11b, and the first branch 11a is turned on, and in the second air outlet mode, the switching component 52 closes the first branch 11a and opens the second branch 11b to disconnect the first branch 11a and turn on the second branch 11b, so that the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner controls to switch the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b to adapt to the corresponding air outlet mode.
In the description of the embodiments of the present application, the term "and/or" is merely an association relationship describing an association object, and indicates that three relationships may exist, for example, a and/or B may indicate: a exists alone, A and B exist together, and B exists alone. In addition, the character "/" herein generally indicates that the front and rear associated objects are an "or" relationship.
Thus, the air guide assembly 51 and/or the switching assembly 52 facilitate the air conditioner indoor unit 100 to switch the corresponding air outlet state, so that the air conditioner indoor unit 100 has different air supply effects.
Alternatively, the switching assembly 52 may be used to switch the inlet of the first branch 11a and the inlet of the second branch 11 b. For example, in the first air-out mode, the switching assembly 52 closes the inlet of the second branch 11b and opens the inlet of the first branch 11a, and in the second air-out mode, the switching assembly 52 closes the inlet of the first branch 11a and opens the inlet of the second branch 11 b.
It will be appreciated that when the control unit 5 includes the air guiding assembly 51 and the switching assembly 52, in the first air outlet mode, the air guiding assembly 51 opens the first air outlet 13a, and the switching assembly 52 opens the first branch 11a, while the switching assembly 52 closes the second branch 11b or the air guiding assembly 51 closes the second outlet 13b. That is, in the first air-out mode, if the switching component 52 closes the second branch 11b, there is no specific limitation on whether the air guiding component 51 closes the second outlet 13b, and the air guiding component 51 may close the second outlet 13b or open the second outlet 13b; in the first air outlet mode, if the air guiding assembly 51 closes the second outlet 13b, the switching assembly 52 is not particularly limited, and the switching assembly 52 may close the second branch 11b or open the second branch 11b.
In the second air-out mode, the air guiding assembly 51 opens the second outlet 13b, and the switching assembly 52 opens the second branch 11b, while the switching assembly 52 closes the first branch 11a or the air guiding assembly 51 closes the first outlet 13a. That is, in the second air-out mode, if the switching component 52 closes the first branch 11a, whether the air guiding component 51 closes the first outlet 13a is not particularly limited, and the air guiding component 51 may close the first outlet 13a or open the first outlet 13a; in the second air outlet mode, if the air guiding assembly 51 closes the first outlet 13a, the switching assembly 52 is not particularly limited, and the switching assembly 52 may close the first branch 11a or open the first branch 11a.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 6 and 7, the air guide assembly 51 includes a first air guide plate 511 and a second air guide plate 512, the first air guide plate 511 is rotatably disposed at the first outlet 13a to switch the first outlet 13a, and the second air guide plate 512 is rotatably disposed at the second outlet 13b to switch the second outlet 13b; in the first air outlet mode, the second air deflector 512 closes the second outlet 13b, the first air deflector 511 opens the first outlet 13a, the air flow in the first air duct 11 is sent out from the first outlet 13a, in the second air outlet mode, the first air deflector 511 closes the first outlet 13a, the second air deflector 512 opens the second outlet 13b, and the air flow in the first air duct 11 is sent out from the second outlet 13 b. Of course, the movement modes of the first air guide plate 511 and the second air guide plate 512 are not limited to this rotation.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 6 and 7, the switching assembly 52 includes a switching air deflector 521, where the switching air deflector 521 includes a first end and a second end in the airflow direction of the first air duct 11, the second end is located on the downstream side of the first end, and the second end of the switching air deflector 521 is rotatably provided on the communication structure 4; in the first air outlet mode, the switching air deflector 521 rotates forward to close the second branch 11b and open the first branch 11a, and in the second air outlet mode, the switching air deflector 521 rotates reversely to close the first branch 11a and open the second branch 11b, so as to control the airflow of the first air duct 11 to flow to the first branch 11a or the second branch 11b.
Illustratively, a rotating groove is formed at the intersection position of the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42, and the second end of the switching air deflector 521 is matched with the rotating groove, so as to avoid the rotation of the switching air deflector 521, and facilitate the smooth transition between the surface of one side of the thickness of the switching air deflector 521 and the first side wall 41, and the smooth transition between the surface of the other side of the thickness of the switching air deflector 521 and the second side wall 42.
For example, in the examples of fig. 6 and 7, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 further includes a scroll 7, the scroll 7 has a first air duct 11 therein, a part of a wall surface of the scroll 7 and the first side wall 41 define a first branch 11a, another part of a wall surface of the scroll 7 and the second side wall 42 define a second branch 11b, and the second end of the switching air deflector 521 is disposed in the rotating groove. In the first air outlet mode, the switching air deflector 521 rotates towards the lower side until the first end is abutted against the wall surface of the inlet of the second branch 11b, and the first end can be substantially flush with the lower wall surface of the portion of the first air duct 11 adjacent to the second branch 11b, at this time, the switching air deflector 521 closes the second branch 11b and opens the first branch 11a, the switching air deflector 521 is arranged near horizontally, and the upper surface of the switching air deflector 521 is in forward connection with the first side wall 41, so that the air flow flows forward to the first branch 11a, and the air flow is prevented from being blocked at the cooperation position of the second end and the first side wall 41. In the second air outlet mode, the switching air deflector 521 rotates towards the upper side until the first end is abutted against the upper side wall surface of the first air duct 11, at this time, the switching air deflector 521 closes the first branch 11a and opens the second branch 11b, the switching air deflector 521 is obliquely arranged, and one side surface of the switching air deflector 521 towards the second branch 11b is in sequence connection with the second side wall 42, so that the air flow is in sequence flow to the second branch 11b, and the interference of the air flow at the joint of the second end and the second side wall 42 is avoided.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 9, when the control part 5 includes the switching assembly 52, in the first air outlet mode, the first side wall 41 forms an angle α -15 ° or more and 45 ° or less with the horizontal direction, and a part of the wall surfaces of the first side wall 41 and the first branch 11a define the first outlet 13a, so that the first side wall 41 can guide the air flow direction in the first branch 11a, so that the air supply direction of the first outlet 13a can be blown forward horizontally or forward obliquely (such as obliquely upward or obliquely downward). Illustratively, α is-15 °, -10 °, 5 °, 12 °, 20 °, 35 °, 40 °, 45 °, or the like.
It should be noted that, in connection with fig. 9, -15 ° +.alpha.ltoreq.0 °, the first side wall 41 may guide the air flow of the first outlet 13a to blow down obliquely toward the front side, α=0°, the first side wall 41 may guide the air flow of the first outlet 13a to blow horizontally, 0 ° < α.ltoreq.45°, and the first side wall 41 may guide the air flow of the first outlet 13a to blow up obliquely toward the front side.
Wherein, when 0 DEG < alpha is less than or equal to 45 DEG, the first side wall 41 can guide the air flow of the first outlet 13a to blow in the direction of the front side in an inclined upward direction, so that the air flow of the air flow presents the effect of the awning sedimentation air supply. For example, in the first air outlet mode, the first outlet 13a of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may throw air upwards, and if the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is used for cooling, a cold air backdrop sedimentation air supply effect may be presented, so that the problem of direct blowing of cold air in a room is improved, and user comfort is improved.
It will be appreciated that the first sidewall 41 may be planar or curved; when the first side wall 41 is a curved surface, on the cross section of the communication structure 4, the included angle between the tangent line at any point on the curve corresponding to the first side wall 41 and the horizontal direction is within the range of-15 ° to 45 °, and the cross section of the communication structure 4 is perpendicular to the length direction of the communication structure 4.
Optionally, when the control member 5 includes the air guiding assembly 51, the air guiding assembly 51 includes a first air guiding plate 511, where the first air guiding plate 511 is rotatably disposed at the first outlet 13a to switch the first outlet 13a, and the first air guiding plate 511 rotates relative to the first outlet 13a to guide the air supplying direction of the first outlet 13a to change the air supplying effect of the first outlet 13 a. For example, the first air deflector 511 may direct the air flow at the first outlet 13a upwards, and may also exhibit a cold air curtain type sedimentation air supply effect if the indoor unit 100 is used for cooling, so as to improve the problem of direct blowing of cold air in a room.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 9, the second outlet 13b is located at the lower side of the indoor unit 100, the second side wall 42 has an angle β -45 ° or more and 45 ° or less with respect to the vertical direction, and a part of the wall surfaces of the second side wall 42 and the second branch 11b define the second outlet 13b, so that the second side wall 42 may guide the airflow direction in the second branch 11b, so that the air supply direction of the second outlet 13b may blow vertically downward or blow obliquely forward or backward downward. Illustratively, β may be-45 °, -40 °, -35 °, -30 °, -25 °, -20 °, -10 °, 0 °, 5 °, 15 °, 25 °, 30 °, 40 °, 45 °, etc.
It should be noted that, in conjunction with fig. 9, -45 ° +.β < 0 °, the second side wall 42 may guide the air flow of the second outlet 13b to blow downward obliquely toward the lower side, β=0°, the second side wall 42 may guide the air flow of the second outlet 13b to blow downward vertically, 0 ° < β+.45 °, and the second side wall 42 may guide the air flow of the second outlet 13b to blow forward obliquely toward the lower side.
Wherein when 0 DEG < beta < 45 DEG, the second side wall 42 can guide the air flow of the second outlet 13b to blow in a direction inclined forward toward the lower side, so that the air flow of the air supply presents the air supply effect of blowing to the ground. For example, in the second air outlet mode, the second outlet 13b of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may supply air toward the ground, and if the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is used for heating, an air supply effect of upward flow of hot air may be presented, so that the flow of indoor hot air is accelerated, and user comfort is improved.
Optionally, when the control member 5 includes the air guiding assembly 51, the air guiding assembly 51 includes a second air guiding plate 512, and the second air guiding plate 512 is rotatably disposed at the second outlet 13b to switch the second outlet 13b, and the second air guiding plate 512 rotates relative to the second outlet 13b to guide the air supplying direction of the second outlet 13b to change the air supplying effect of the second outlet 13 b. For example, the second air guiding plate 512 may guide the air flow at the second outlet 13b downward, and if the indoor unit 100 is used for heating, an air supplying effect of upward flow of hot air may be also presented, so as to accelerate the flow of hot air in the room.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 10, the indoor unit 100 further has a third air outlet mode, in which the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both turned on, the airflow in the first air duct 11 is split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, the airflow in the first branch 11a is sent out from the first outlet 13a, and the airflow in the second branch 11b is sent out from the second outlet 13b, so that the air supply range of the indoor unit 100 can be increased, which is beneficial to accelerating the indoor air flow, improving the indoor temperature uniformity, and improving the indoor air circulation efficiency.
For example, in the third air outlet mode, referring to fig. 10, the first outlet 13a is located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, the second outlet 13b is located at the lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both turned on, the air flow in the first air duct 11 is split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, the first outlet 13a blows air towards the front side, and the second outlet 13b blows air towards the lower side, so that the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b blow air simultaneously, and the blowing directions are different, thereby increasing the blowing range of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, making the indoor air disturbance fast, being beneficial to accelerating the indoor air flow, avoiding the blowing air flow from blowing the user directly, and improving the comfort of the user.
Alternatively, the third air outlet mode of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may be performed together with the fresh air mode, or the third air outlet mode may be performed together with the normal air supply mode. For example, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may perform the third air outlet mode and the fresh air mode together to realize fresh air at the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13 b.
For example, in the third air outlet mode and the fresh air mode, referring to fig. 10, the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both turned on, the indoor fan 2 and the fresh air fan 32 are turned on, the indoor air flow enters the first air duct 11 and is split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, a part of the fresh air flow enters the first branch 11a from the second communication port 4c of the first side wall 41, and another part of the fresh air flow enters the second branch 11b from the second communication port 4c of the second side wall 42, and the indoor air flow and the fresh air flow are mixed in the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b and are sent out from the corresponding first outlet 13a and second outlet 13 b; in this mode, the indoor fan 2 may also be turned off.
For another example, in the third air outlet mode and the normal air supply mode, the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both turned on, the indoor fan 2 is turned on, the fresh air fan 32 is turned off, and the indoor air flow enters the first air duct 11 and is split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b, and is sent out from the corresponding first outlet 13a and second outlet 13 b.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 10, the control part 5 includes an air guiding assembly 51, the air guiding assembly 51 is used for switching the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b, in the third air outlet mode, the air guiding assembly 51 opens the first outlet 13a and opens the second outlet 13b, so that the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both conducted, the air flow of the first air duct 11 blows air from the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b, the air blowing range of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is increased, and the air guiding assembly 51 can guide the air blowing effect of the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13 b; and/or, the control part 5 comprises a switching component 52, the switching component 52 is movably arranged on the communication structure 4, and in the third air outlet mode, the switching component 52 opens the second branch 11b and opens the first branch 11a, so that the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b are both conducted, and the air flow in the first air duct 11 of the switching component 52 is split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b.
For example, referring to fig. 10, the air guiding assembly 51 includes a first air guiding plate 511 and a second air guiding plate 512, the first air guiding plate 511 is rotatably disposed at the first outlet 13a to switch the first outlet 13a, the second air guiding plate 512 is rotatably disposed at the second outlet 13b to switch the second outlet 13b, the switching assembly 52 includes a switching air guiding plate 521, the switching air guiding plate 521 is rotatably disposed at the communication structure 4 to switch the first branch 11a or the second branch 11b, the first air guiding plate 511 opens the first outlet 13a, the second air guiding plate 512 opens the second outlet 13b, and the switching air guiding plate 521 is rotated by a certain angle to make the air flow of the first air duct 11 split into the first branch 11a and the second branch 11b approximately equal in the third air outlet mode.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 14 and 15, the communication structure 4 further has a third side wall 43 connected between the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42, the third side wall 43 being formed with a third communication port 43a that communicates with the communication chamber 4a and is openable and closable; in the fresh air mode, the third communication port 43a is opened, the air outlet range of the fresh air flow can be increased, the air volume of the fresh air can be increased, and in the air exhaust mode, the third communication port 43a is closed, so that the air conditioner indoor unit 100 can exhaust air.
Alternatively, the number, opening size, and opening shape of the third communication ports 43a formed in the third side wall 43 are not limited, and for example, the third communication ports 43a may have one, two, or more; the third communication port 43a may be a micropore, and the shape of the third communication port 43a may be a circle, an ellipse, a polygon, or the like.
Of course, in other embodiments of the present application, the communication structure 4 further has a third side wall 43 connected between the first side wall 41 and the second side wall 42, and the third side wall 43 is not formed with the third communication port 43a.
It is to be understood that in the embodiment of the present application, the cross-sectional shape of the communication structure 4 is not particularly limited. For example, in the example of fig. 11 to 13, the cross-sectional shape of the communication structure 4 is formed in a substantially triangular shape, a first communication port 4b is formed at one end of the length of the communication structure 4, and a second communication port 4c is formed on the peripheral side wall of the communication structure 4; in other examples, the cross-sectional shape of the communication structure 4 may also be other polygons or the like.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1 and 3, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is on-hook, the first outlet 13a is located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, and the second outlet 13b is located at the lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, so that the first outlet 13a blows air towards the front side, and the second outlet 13b blows air towards the lower side, thereby increasing the blowing range of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 and accelerating the indoor air circulation. Thus, in the first air outlet mode, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is suitable for cooling, and in the second air outlet mode, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is suitable for heating.
For example, referring to fig. 1 and 3, the first outlet 13a is located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, the first sidewall 41 is inclined upward with respect to the horizontal direction, the second outlet 13b is located at the lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, and the second sidewall 42 is inclined forward with respect to the vertical direction, so that the first outlet 13a is blown in a direction of the front side and inclined upward, i.e., the blown air flow of the first outlet 13a is blown toward the roof, and the second outlet 13b is blown in a direction of the lower side and inclined forward, i.e., the blown air flow of the second outlet 13b is blown toward the ground, so that the disturbance of indoor air is fast, the circulation of indoor air is accelerated, and the blown air flow is prevented from blowing directly to the user, and the comfort of the user is improved.
Of course, the type of the air conditioning indoor unit 100 is not limited thereto; for example, the air conditioning indoor unit 100 may be a cabinet or the like.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 8, the indoor unit 100 of the air conditioner may further include a heat exchanging element 6, where the heat exchanging element 6 is located at an air intake side of the indoor fan 2. Thus, the heat exchange member 6 is located upstream of the indoor fan 2 in the airflow direction. Thus, in the normal air supply mode, air flow can enter the first air duct 11 from the indoor air inlet 12 and pass through the heat exchange component 6 and then be sent out from the outlet 13; for example, the plurality of outlets 13 includes a first outlet 13a and a second outlet 13b, and when at least one of the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b is opened, in the normal air supply mode, air flows from the indoor air inlet 12 into the first duct 11 and through the heat exchanging part 6 and then out of the corresponding outlet 13 (e.g., the first outlet 13a and/or the second outlet 13b, etc.) to adjust the temperature of the indoor air.
In some embodiments, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, the chassis 1 includes a panel member 14 and a chassis 15, and the panel member 14 is provided on a front side of the chassis 15.
Illustratively, as shown in fig. 1 and 2, the panel member 14 is formed with a first outlet 13a and a second outlet 13b, the first outlet 13a being located at the front side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, the second outlet 13b being located at the lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit 100, the first outlet 13a and the second outlet 13b extending in the left-right direction.
An air conditioner according to an embodiment of the second aspect of the present utility model includes the air conditioner indoor unit 100 according to the above-described first aspect of the present utility model.
According to the air conditioner of the embodiment of the utility model, the air conditioner has various air supply effects by adopting the air conditioner indoor unit 100.
In the description of the present utility model, it should be understood that the terms "length," "upper," "lower," "front," "rear," "left," "right," "vertical," "horizontal," "top," "bottom," "inner," "outer," and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientation or positional relationships shown in the drawings, merely to facilitate describing the present utility model and simplify the description, and do not indicate or imply that the devices or elements referred to must have a specific orientation, be configured and operated in a specific orientation, and thus should not be construed as limiting the present utility model. Furthermore, features defining "first", "second" may include one or more such features, either explicitly or implicitly. In the description of the present utility model, unless otherwise indicated, the meaning of "a plurality" is two or more.
In the description of the present utility model, it should be noted that, unless explicitly specified and limited otherwise, the terms "mounted," "connected," and "connected" are to be construed broadly, and may be either fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally connected, for example; 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 will be understood in specific cases by those of ordinary skill in the art.
In the description of the present specification, reference to the terms "one embodiment," "some embodiments," "illustrative embodiments," "examples," "specific examples," or "some examples," etc., means that a particular feature, structure, material, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment or example is included in at least one embodiment or example of the utility model. In this specification, schematic representations of the above terms do not necessarily refer to the same embodiments or examples. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, materials, or characteristics described may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples.
While embodiments of the present utility model have been shown and described, it will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that: many changes, modifications, substitutions and variations may be made to the embodiments without departing from the spirit and principles of the utility model, the scope of which is defined by the claims and their equivalents.

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1. An air conditioning indoor unit, comprising:
The indoor air conditioner comprises a shell, a first air duct and a second air duct, wherein a first air duct is arranged in the shell, and an indoor air inlet and an indoor air outlet which are communicated with the first air duct are formed in the shell;
the indoor fan is arranged in the first air duct;
The fresh air component is arranged on the shell and comprises a shell and a fresh air fan, a fresh air inlet is formed in the shell, and the fresh air fan is arranged on the shell;
A communication structure, a communication cavity is arranged in the communication structure, a first communication port and a second communication port which are communicated with the communication cavity are formed on the communication structure,
The indoor unit of the air conditioner is provided with a fresh air mode and an exhaust mode, in the fresh air mode, the fresh air fan is started, the air inlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the fresh air inlet, the air outlet side of the fresh air fan is communicated with the first communication port, in the exhaust mode, the fresh air fan is closed and the indoor fan is started, the air inlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the indoor air inlet, and the air outlet side of the indoor fan is communicated with the second communication port.
2. An indoor unit of air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein at least part of the communication structure is disposed in the first air duct, and/or the communication structure is disposed in the casing and participates in defining part of a wall surface of the first air duct, so that the second communication port is located on an air outlet side of the indoor fan.
3. An air conditioning indoor unit according to claim 2, wherein in the air discharge mode, the outlet is closed.
4. An indoor unit for an air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the communication structure extends in a longitudinal direction of the outlet, and the first communication port is formed at one end of the length of the communication structure.
5. The indoor unit of any of claims 1-4, wherein the plurality of outlets includes a first outlet and a second outlet, the first outlet is located above the second outlet, the communication structure is disposed between the first outlet and the second outlet, the communication structure has a first sidewall disposed toward the first outlet and a second sidewall disposed toward the second outlet, and at least one of the first sidewall and the second sidewall has the second communication port formed therein.
6. The indoor unit of claim 5, wherein the first air duct has a first branch and a second branch at both sides of the communication structure, the first branch is communicated with the first outlet, the second branch is communicated with the second outlet,
The air conditioner indoor unit also comprises a control component which is used for controlling the on-off of the first branch and the second branch, the air conditioner indoor unit also has a first air outlet mode and a second air outlet mode,
In the first air outlet mode, the first branch is conducted and the second branch is disconnected;
and in the second air outlet mode, the first branch is disconnected and the second branch is conducted.
7. The indoor unit of claim 6, wherein the indoor unit of the air conditioner,
The control part comprises an air guide assembly, wherein the air guide assembly is used for switching the first outlet and the second outlet, and in the first air outlet mode, the air guide assembly closes the second outlet and opens the first outlet, and in the second air outlet mode, the air guide assembly closes the first outlet and opens the second outlet; and/or the number of the groups of groups,
The control part comprises a switching component, the switching component is movably arranged on the communication structure, in the first air outlet mode, the switching component closes the second branch and opens the first branch, and in the second air outlet mode, the switching component closes the first branch and opens the second branch.
8. An indoor unit for air conditioning according to claim 7, wherein when the control means comprises a switching assembly, the first side wall has an angle α, -15 ° or more and α or less than 45 ° with respect to the horizontal direction in the first air outlet mode.
9. An air conditioning indoor unit according to claim 6, wherein the second outlet is located on a lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit, and the second side wall has an angle β -45 ° or more and β or less than 45 ° or less from the vertical direction.
10. The air conditioning indoor unit of claim 6, further comprising a third air outlet mode in which both the first leg and the second leg are conductive.
11. The indoor unit of claim 10, wherein the indoor unit of the air conditioner,
The control part comprises an air guide assembly, the air guide assembly is used for switching the first outlet and the second outlet, and in the third air outlet mode, the air guide assembly opens the first outlet and the second outlet; and/or the number of the groups of groups,
The control part comprises a switching component, the switching component is movably arranged on the communication structure, and in the third air outlet mode, the switching component opens the second branch and opens the first branch.
12. The indoor unit of claim 5, wherein the communication structure further has a third side wall connected between the first side wall and the second side wall, the third side wall being formed with a third communication port that communicates with the communication chamber and is openable and closable.
13. The air conditioning indoor unit of claim 6, wherein the air conditioning indoor unit is a hook, the first outlet is located on a front side of the air conditioning indoor unit, and the second outlet is located on a lower side of the air conditioning indoor unit.
14. An air conditioner comprising the air conditioner indoor unit according to any one of claims 1 to 13.
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