JP2000070797A - Automatic atomizer, controller therefor and automatic atomizing method therefor - Google Patents

Automatic atomizer, controller therefor and automatic atomizing method therefor

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JP2000070797A
JP2000070797A JP10245125A JP24512598A JP2000070797A JP 2000070797 A JP2000070797 A JP 2000070797A JP 10245125 A JP10245125 A JP 10245125A JP 24512598 A JP24512598 A JP 24512598A JP 2000070797 A JP2000070797 A JP 2000070797A
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installation space
person
deodorant
detecting
automatic spraying
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Yoshiki Kato
良樹 加藤
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Bio Chem Kk
バイオケム株式会社
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A61MEDICAL OR VETERINARY SCIENCE; HYGIENE
    • A61LMETHODS OR APPARATUS FOR STERILISING MATERIALS OR OBJECTS IN GENERAL; DISINFECTION, STERILISATION, OR DEODORISATION OF AIR; CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES; MATERIALS FOR BANDAGES, DRESSINGS, ABSORBENT PADS, OR SURGICAL ARTICLES
    • A61L9/00Disinfection, sterilisation or deodorisation of air
    • A61L9/14Disinfection, sterilisation or deodorisation of air using sprayed or atomised substances including air-liquid contact processes

Abstract

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an automatic atomizer for automatically atomizing a perfuming agent, a deodorant, etc., into a space where the device is set by detecting the presence or absence of a person in the space, and to provide the controller and automatic atomizing method therefor. SOLUTION: This automatic atomizer for atomizing a perfuming agent, a deodorant, etc., is provided with a detecting means for detecting the entering of a person into a room and then rocking an IR sensor 27 to probe the presence of a human body in a space where the device is set, a pressing means for pressing the spraying head 2a of a spraying vessel with a lever, a crank mechanism, etc., and a control means for detecting the outgoing of the person from the space by the detecting means and operating the pressing means to spray the perfuming agent, deodorant, etc., into the space. In this case, the entering into the room is detected by the fixed IR sensor 27, the sensor 27 is rocked to detect the human body in the space, the human body is surely detected even when the space is extremely narrow, the outgoing of the person from the space is detected, and the perfuming agent, deodorant, etc., are atomized by the lever, crank mechanism, etc., with a small electric power.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to an automatic spraying apparatus for spraying a fragrance, a deodorant or a disinfectant into a room such as a washroom, a private room, or a karaoke box, and a control device therefor and the automatic spraying thereof. It is about the method.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there is an automatic spraying device which detects a human body entering a door, a washroom, or the like, and automatically sprays a fragrance or the like. Normally, the human body is detected by infrared or voice emitted from the human body by an infrared sensor, a temperature sensor, a microphone, or the like, and the drive signal of the automatic spraying device is operated by the detection signal to remove the fragrance from the spray container. The spray drive mechanism is activated to spray the fragrance and deodorant.

[0003]

However, this type of automatic spraying device is installed at the entrance, in the washroom, or the like, and has a problem in detecting the human body detector. Normally, in this type of human body detector, the detection sensitivity level of infrared rays emitted from the human body increases as the human body approaches, and becomes maximum when the human body comes close to the front of the automatic spraying device. At this time, the human body is detected, the automatic spraying device is activated, the spray liquid is sprayed toward the human body, and there is a drawback that the liquid accidentally falls on the face or clothes.

Further, in a human body detector using an infrared sensor, as shown in FIG. 9, an infrared sensor is fixed in a certain installation space and a certain detection range is set. When the human body enters the detection range, the human body detector determines that a person has entered the installation space and generates a detection signal, as shown in FIG. A timer is operated based on this detection signal to measure a set time T 0 , and the set time T 0 is kept in the entering state. Then, as shown in FIG. 10 (b), when a person enters the detection range and the person moves within the detection range, the human body detector determines that it is newly entering the room and performs detection. A signal is generated and a new set time T 0 is generated.
Is started and the room is kept in the entry state. in this way,
And detecting and activate the new timer the movement of people, is set to enter the state, the entry set time T 0 has elapsed, it is determined that the person from the installation space is leaving, turned off.

In order to solve the problem of spraying a spray liquid when a person enters the installation space as described above, a fragrance, a deodorant or a disinfectant is sprayed from a spray container after leaving the room. So that it is not sprayed directly on the human body. However, as shown in FIG. 10 (a), despite the human installation space is entering, when at rest, when certain set time T 0 elapses,, leaving Therefore, there is a possibility that a fragrance or a deodorant may be sprayed, and there is room for improvement.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made in view of the above problems, and detects the entry and exit of a person from the installation space of an automatic spraying device, and automatically installs a fragrance and a deodorant in the installation space. It is an object of the present invention to provide an automatic spraying device for spraying water, a control device therefor, and an automatic spraying method therefor. Another object of the present invention is to provide an automatic spraying device for automatically spraying an fragrance, a deodorant and the like with low power consumption, a control device therefor, and an automatic spraying method therefor.

[0007]

Means for Solving the Problems The present invention has been made to achieve the above object, and the invention of claim 1 has the following features.
In an automatic spraying device that sprays a fragrance, a deodorant, etc., after detecting the entry of a person into the installation space, a detection unit for oscillating the infrared sensor to search for the presence or absence of a human body in the installation space, Pressing means for pressing the spray head of the spray container by a lever / crank mechanism and the like, and detecting the leaving of a person from the installation space by the detection means, and activating the pressing means to release fragrance or deodorant to the installation space. An automatic spraying device comprising a control unit for spraying an odorant or the like. According to this configuration, the infrared sensor detects the entering of the room in a stationary state, and swings the infrared sensor to detect the human body in the installation space, and reliably detects the human body even in a very small installation space. With this detection means, it is possible to detect the exit of a person from the installation space, and to spray a fragrance, a deodorant, or a disinfectant with a small amount of electric power using a lever / crank mechanism or the like.

The invention according to claim 2 is the automatic spraying device according to claim 1, wherein the installation space is a private room. According to this configuration, the exit of the person is reliably detected from the relatively small installation space, and the fragrance, the deodorant, or the disinfectant is not directly sprayed on the human body. It does not give any discomfort.

According to a third aspect of the present invention, there is provided a control device for an automatic spraying device for spraying a fragrance, a deodorant, or the like, wherein the standby setting means sets a standby state until a person enters the installation space. Entry detection means for detecting entry of a person into the installation space by an infrared sensor, driving means for oscillating the infrared sensor after detecting entry by the entry detection means, and entry detection by the entry detection means Counting means that counts from the time when the counting is performed, while the counting means starts counting, and the driving means swings the infrared sensor to detect the leaving of a person from the installation space, and the leaving detecting means By detecting the exit of a person from the installation space, a control signal is output to press the spray head of the spray container to spray an aromatic or deodorant, etc. And control means for a fine standby state, an automatic spray apparatus characterized by comprising. According to this configuration, the standby setting unit is provided, the entrance detection unit detects the entrance, the infrared sensor is swung to detect the exit, and based on the exit detection, the fragrance, the deodorant, or the sterilization is performed. Since the agent is sprayed, power consumption for operating the automatic spraying device can be suppressed.

According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, there is provided an automatic spraying method for an automatic spraying device for spraying an fragrance, a deodorant, or the like, wherein the infrared sensor in a standby state detects the entry of a person into the installation space. An automatic spraying device characterized by swinging the infrared sensor to search for a human body in the installation space, detecting that a person has left the installation space, and spraying a fragrance or a deodorant. Automatic spraying method. According to this configuration, it is ensured that the entry and exit of the person is detected from this installation space, which is a private room, so that the fragrance, deodorant, or disinfectant is not sprayed directly on the human body,
There is no discomfort to the occupants.

[0011]

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, embodiments of an automatic spraying device, a control device thereof, and an automatic spraying method thereof according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. 1 to 3 are diagrams showing an embodiment of the automatic spraying device according to the present invention,
FIG. 1 is an automatic spraying device of the present embodiment, and is a front view in which a front cover for covering a main body case of the automatic spraying device is omitted. FIG. 2 is a side sectional view in which a part thereof is cut away, and FIG. 3 is a diagram for explaining a configuration of a human body detection device and its description.

The automatic spraying device according to the present embodiment includes a spraying container housing, a pressing mechanism for pressing a spraying head to perform spraying,
It is composed of a human body detection device using an infrared sensor, a control device for driving an automatic spraying device, and a battery storage unit. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the main body case 1 houses a spray container 2 containing a fragrance, a deodorant, or a disinfectant, and has a pressing mechanism for pressing a spray head 2 a of the spray container 2. Have been. The pressing mechanism is composed of a lever / crank mechanism and the like.
a for pivoting the pressing arm 4 between the pressing arm 4 slidably provided on the support shaft 3 inserted through the main body case 1 and the support shaft 5 inserted into the fixture 7a fixed to the upper part of the main body case 1. A crank lever 7 having a guide groove 6 and a drive mechanism for swinging the crank lever 7 are provided.

The pressing arm 4 is provided with a long hole 4b,
A pin 9 provided on the movable pusher 10 is loosely inserted into the elongated hole 4b, and a pusher head 11 for pressing the spray head 2a of the spray container 2 is provided at the tip of the movable pusher 10. . The pin 9 is connected to the pressing arm 4
Is appropriately pressed downward by the leaf spring 8 fixed to the
The pressing force of the movable pusher 10 is adjusted by a pressure adjusting mechanism 12 utilizing the elasticity of the leaf spring 8. A spring 13 is connected to the point of force of the pressing arm 4 and is connected to the crank lever 7. The crank lever 7 slides as shown by the arrow X by the drive mechanism.

In the driving mechanism, a motor 15 is fixed to a holding substrate 14, a driving gear 16 is provided on a rotating shaft thereof, and a rotating force of the motor 15 is transmitted from the driving gear 16 to reduction gears 17 to 21.
And transmitted to the driven gear 22. The driven gear 22 is provided with a pin 22 a (or a pin with a roller), and the pin 22 a is engaged with the guide groove 6 of the crank lever 7.

The rotation of the motor 15 causes the driven gear 22
Rotates, the pin 22a fixed to the driven gear 22 rotates, and slides along the guide groove 6, thereby swinging the crank lever 7 in the arrow X direction.
The pressing arm 4 is swung as indicated by the arrow Y. When the point of force of the pressing arm 4 is pulled downward by the crank lever 7, the pusher head 11 interlocked with the movable pusher 10 presses the spray head 2 a of the spray container 2, and the fragrance or the like is discharged from the nozzle of the spray head 2 a. A deodorant or disinfectant is sprayed. And the crank lever 7
Touches the lever of the micro switch 23, the micro switch 23 is turned on, and a spray completion signal for terminating the pressing of the spray head 2a by the pressing arm 4 is output. Reference numeral 24 denotes a control circuit for driving the drive mechanism, reference numeral 25 denotes a human body detection device, and reference numeral 26 denotes a dry battery. The human body detection device 25 can freely set the infrared incident axis of the infrared sensor 27 within the range of the angle A as shown in FIG. The detection range can be swung in the horizontal direction. Of course, the present invention is not limited to this embodiment also in the reduction ratio of the rotation of the motor and the reduction mechanism described in the above embodiment. Further, it is clear that the pressing mechanism is not limited to the lever / crank mechanism of the above embodiment, and may be reduced in size by combining these mechanisms and other mechanisms.

Next, the human body detecting device 25 will be described with reference to FIG.
This will be described in detail with reference to FIG. 3A is a plan view of the human body detection device 25, FIG. 3B is a side view thereof, and FIG.
FIG. 5 is a diagram showing scanning of the detection range. In FIG. 3A, the detection range of the human body detection device 25 is a range indicated by an arrow B, and the infrared sensor 27 fixed to the holding member 27a is fixed to the holding member 27a, and the support shaft 34 is fixed.
Around the center as shown by arrow C. In addition, as shown by the arrow A, the human body detection device 25 can be freely rotated in the vertical direction and fixed at a predetermined position.

In the human body detecting device 25, the motor 28
5, a worm 29 is attached to the rotation shaft thereof, a gear 30 meshes with the worm 29, a reduction gear 30a is provided coaxially with the gear 30, and the reduction gear 30a and the driven gear 31 are meshed with each other. When the gear 31 rotates, the cam 32 rotates. The cam 32 is attached to the holding member 27.
a, and when the cam 32 rotates, the holding member 2
7A, the infrared sensor 27 makes a swing motion about the support shaft 34 as shown in FIG.
Can be scanned, and a stationary human body can be detected by detecting infrared rays emitted from the stationary human body.

Next, a control device of the automatic spraying device shown in FIG. 1 will be described with reference to FIGS. In this control device, the control means 24 is configured by a logic circuit or a CPU (central processing unit), and the control means 24 controls the human body detection device 25 and the drive mechanism. Control means 24
Are entry detection means 24a for detecting that a person has entered the installation space, exit detection means 24b for detecting that a person has exited from the installation space, counting means 24c for measuring the passage of time from the entry detection, It is composed of a standby setting means 24d for setting a standby state until a person enters a room in the space.
When the motor 26 detects entry into the room by the entry detection means 24a, the motor 26 is driven to swing the infrared sensor 27 to search the detection range. The motor 15 of the driving mechanism is driven in conjunction with the exit detection by the exit detection means 24b. When the micro switch 23 is operated, a series of spraying operations ends.

Next, the operation of the automatic spraying device of the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIG. First, FIG.
As shown in the above, it is detected that a person has entered the installation space, spray is sprayed, for example, fixed for about 15 minutes,
Even if a person enters the room during this time, the spray is not sprayed, and the maximum spray amount in a predetermined installation space is set. After fixing for about 15 minutes, spray is sprayed when a person enters the installation space. Alternatively, it detects that no one is in the installation space and sprays the spray. To explain the automatic spraying, when the control means 24 detects a human body in the installation space as shown in FIG. 5B, for example, it fixes the holding state for 20 seconds, searches the infrared sensor, and When the exit of the person from the space is detected, that is, 2
If no human body is detected at 0 seconds, spray the spray. Of course, it is obvious that the setting may be made so that the spray is automatically ejected by detecting the entry and exit into the installation space without setting the 15-minute waiting time.

This automatic spraying method will be described in detail based on the control flow of FIG. First, at step S1, the control device 25 is set in a standby state until a person enters the installation space. In the standby state, power is supplied only to the infrared sensor 27 and its detection circuit so that power consumption is minimized. In step S2, when a person enters the installation space, the detection circuit is turned on, and the process proceeds to step S3, in which the counting means 24c is operated to start time measurement of a fixed time, and the motor 28 is operated to operate the infrared sensor 27. Start search. Proceeding to step S4, the exit detection means 24b determines whether or not a person has exited the set space from the installation space.
If the exit is detected, the process proceeds to step S5, and the motor 15 is driven. In step S6, a fragrance, a deodorant, or a disinfectant is sprayed by a spray drive unit driven by the motor 15. Proceeding to step S7, by actuating the micro switch 23, a spray completion signal is output, the rotation of the motor 15 is stopped, and the spraying of the fragrance, deodorant or disinfectant ends. Step S again
Return to 1. In this standby state, the standby state may be set until a person enters the installation space. Set to state. These settings can be arbitrarily set depending on the installation space.

Next, a description will be given in relation to the installation location of the automatic spraying device. FIG. 7 is a side view of an installation place where the automatic spraying device is installed, and FIG. 8 is a side view of the automatic spraying device as viewed from the front. The automatic spraying device D contains a spraying container containing a fragrance, a deodorant or a disinfectant, and is provided with an infrared sensor 27. For example, an installation space in which a toilet F shown in FIGS. E: Installed on a wall in a so-called private room, the fragrance, deodorant or disinfectant is sprayed in a substantially horizontal direction. Therefore, after a person has securely exited from the installation space E, the fragrance, deodorant, or disinfectant is sprayed in the horizontal direction, so there is no possibility that the fragrance is directly sprayed on the human body. Since the deodorant or the disinfectant contains volatile substances, the risk of ignition is eliminated and the safety is extremely high. Furthermore, this automatic spraying device can obtain the same effect by being installed in an installation space where small groups of people gather, such as a karaoke box.

In the automatic spraying apparatus of the present invention, a CPU is used as a control device. Usually, the CPU is operated by a control program, and the control program is rewritten according to the installation location. In addition, it is possible to adjust the time during which the fragrance, the deodorant or the disinfectant is sprayed. Further, it is also possible to rewrite the control program so as to spray periodically at a predetermined cycle.

[0023]

As described above, according to the present invention, the apparatus is normally set in the standby state, and even in a narrow installation space, the human body is detected, the infrared sensor is searched for, and the room is detected, and the fragrance is detected. And spraying a deodorant or a disinfectant, which has the effect of eliminating unnecessary discomfort and anxiety unnecessarily for the person in the installation place. By pressing, the spray head can be pressed with a small power, so that power consumption can be reduced, and there is an advantage that it can be operated for a relatively long time by a dry battery or the like.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a front view of an essential part showing one embodiment of an automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a partially sectional side view showing one embodiment of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

3A is a plan view of a human body detecting device of the automatic spraying device of the present invention, FIG. 3B is a side view thereof, and FIG. 3C is a diagram for explaining a search direction thereof.

FIG. 4 is a block diagram showing a control device of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 5 is a timing chart for explaining a spraying operation of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 6 is a flowchart for explaining a spraying operation of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a side view showing an example of use of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 8 is a different side view showing one usage example of the automatic spraying device of the present invention.

FIG. 9 is a view showing an example of a conventional automatic spraying device.

FIG. 10 is a timing chart for explaining a spraying operation of a conventional automatic spraying device.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Main body case 2 Spray container 2a Spray head 4 Pressing arm 6 Guide groove 7 Crank lever 8 Leaf spring 10 Movable pusher 11 Pusher head 12 Pressure regulation mechanism 13 Spring 14 Holding substrate 15 Motor 16 Drive gear 17-21 Reduction gear 22 Driven gear 23 Micro switch 24 Control circuit section (control means) 25 Human body detecting device 26 Dry cell 27 Infrared sensor 28 Motor

Claims (4)

[Claims]
1. An automatic spraying device for spraying a fragrance, a deodorant, etc., for detecting presence or absence of a person in an installation space and then swinging an infrared sensor to search for a human body in the installation space. Detecting means, a pressing means for pressing the spray head of the spray container by a lever / crank mechanism, etc., and detecting the exit of a person from the installation space by the detecting means,
An automatic spraying device comprising: a control unit for operating the pressing unit to spray an aromatic or deodorant into the installation space.
2. The automatic spraying device according to claim 1, wherein the installation space is a private room.
3. A control device for an automatic spraying device for spraying a fragrance, a deodorant, or the like, comprising: a standby setting unit for setting a standby state until a person enters the installation space; Entry detecting means for detecting entry of a person, driving means for oscillating the infrared sensor after the entry is detected by the entry detecting means, and counting means for counting the time from when the entry is detected by the entry detecting means. With the counting unit, counting is started, and the infrared sensor is oscillated by the driving unit to detect the exit of a person from the installation space. Control to output a control signal to spray the fragrance, deodorant, etc. by pressing the spray head of the spray container and detecting the exit of the spray container. Means; and an automatic spraying device.
4. An automatic spraying method of an automatic spraying device for spraying a fragrance, a deodorant, or the like, wherein the infrared sensor in a standby state detects the entry of a person into the installation space and then swings the infrared sensor. An automatic spraying method for an automatic spraying device, characterized by searching for a human body in the installation space, detecting that a person has left the installation space, and spraying an aromatic or deodorant.
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