JP2003109094A - Merchandise carrying-out device for vending machine - Google Patents

Merchandise carrying-out device for vending machine

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JP2003109094A
JP2003109094A JP2001304073A JP2001304073A JP2003109094A JP 2003109094 A JP2003109094 A JP 2003109094A JP 2001304073 A JP2001304073 A JP 2001304073A JP 2001304073 A JP2001304073 A JP 2001304073A JP 2003109094 A JP2003109094 A JP 2003109094A
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Hiroshi Fujitomi
Katsuhiko Fukuda
Kenzo Hagino
Mitsuhiro Saka
Naoyuki Tsuzaki
直之 津崎
勝彦 福田
憲三 萩野
啓 藤富
光広 阪
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Fuji Electric Co Ltd
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(57) [Summary] [Problem] A vending machine product that can secure a sufficient driving force of an upper pedal without increasing the size of a driving device and can sell products of various diameters without adjusting a product passage width. Provide an unloading device. SOLUTION: A lower pedal 5 for holding a first product from the bottom, an upper pedal 4 for holding a second product, and a link member 19 reciprocated by a solenoid 17 to control opening and closing of each pedal 4,5. And can carry out products of different diameters without changing the width of the product passage.
The upper pedal 4 includes a link member 55 that connects the upper pedal 4 itself and the pin 22 of the link member 19 by alternately protruding to the product passage side to control the product discharge.

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Description: BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a product discharging device for a vending machine, and more particularly to a driving force of an upper pedal without increasing the size of the driving device. The present invention relates to a merchandise unloading device of a vending machine which can secure products of various diameters without adjusting the width of a product passage. 2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, there are provided various types of vending machine merchandise unloading devices. These vending machine merchandise unloading devices include a lower pedal for holding a lowermost product and an upper part thereof. And an upper pedal for holding the second product from the bottom when the product is carried out. The upper pedal is disposed at the lower part of the product path, and the pedals are alternately rotated and protruded toward the product path to control the product discharge. Is known. [0003] In other words, these product carrying devices regulate the size of the product passage depending on the presence or absence of the protrusion of the pedal (the amount of protrusion is always constant). May be provided in advance in the product passage with a member that regulates the width of the passage, or
This has been dealt with by providing a dedicated product unloading device that fits the size of the product. [0004] However, as is well-known, containers for canned beverages and PET bottled beverages are distributed in various shapes and outer diameters. If the product is to be sold in the same location of the product aisle, the width of the product aisle must be adjusted according to the product diameter. There was a problem that a case could arise. On the other hand, in order to sell products having different shapes and outer diameters without adjusting the product passage width, it is necessary to set the product passage width in advance in accordance with the product having the largest diameter. In order to sell a small-diameter product in the product path corresponding to the product, it is necessary to increase the protrusion amount of the product holding pedal described above. In order to drive the pedal against the product load applied to the pedal having the increased protrusion,
Although a driving device such as a solenoid having a large driving force should be provided, it cannot be provided because it is contrary to the recent demand for a thinner device, and there is a problem that the driving force becomes insufficient. The present invention has been made in view of the above, and it is possible to sufficiently secure the driving force of the upper pedal without increasing the size of the driving device, and to adjust the diameter of various diameters without adjusting the width of the product passage. It is an object of the present invention to provide a merchandise unloading device of a vending machine that can sell merchandise. [0008] In order to achieve the above-mentioned object, a vending machine product delivery device according to the present invention comprises:
A lower pedal rotatably supported by the opening of the substrate and holding the first product from the bottom by projecting from the opening toward the product passage; and a rotatably supported by the opening of the substrate. An upper pedal that holds the second product from the bottom by projecting from the opening to the product passage side, and link means that reciprocates by a drive device to control opening and closing of the upper pedal and the lower pedal. An automatic vending machine which is formed so that products having different diameters can be carried out without changing the product passage width, and wherein the pedals are alternately protruded toward the product passage side to control the carrying out of the product. In the commodity discharging device of the machine, the link means includes a link pin that controls opening and closing of the upper pedal by sliding in a sliding groove formed on the back surface of the upper pedal, wherein the upper pedal is Those having a link member connecting the pedal itself and said link pin. When the link pin comes into contact with the sliding groove of the upper pedal, the pressing force (protrusion output) applied to the upper pedal fluctuates according to the position of contact with the sliding groove of the link pin. Therefore, by providing the upper pedal with a link member that connects the upper pedal itself and the link pin, the pushing force by this link member is added, the torque fluctuation can be minimized, and the pushing force is amplified. Therefore, the upper pedal can be pushed out smoothly. As a result, the driving force of the upper pedal can be sufficiently ensured without increasing the size of the driving device, the device can be made thinner, and products with various diameters can be sold. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS An embodiment of a vending machine product unloading device according to the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings. It should be noted that the present invention is not limited by the embodiment. FIG. 1 is a front perspective view showing an upper pedal provided with a link member according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG.
FIG. 3 is a rear perspective view showing the product unloading device, FIG. 4 is a rear perspective view showing the upper pedal, FIG. 5 is a front perspective view showing the lower pedal, and FIG. It is a front perspective view showing a rotation stopper. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a sales standby state, FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state where a locked state of a lower pedal is released, and FIG. 9 is a product load applied to the lower pedal. FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state in which the upper pedal has begun to open using FIG. 10, and FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state in which the upper pedal is further opened using a product load applied to the lower pedal.
Is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state where the second product from the bottom is held by the upper pedal, and FIG. 12 is a cross-sectional view of the main part showing a state where the lower pedal has returned. An opening 3 is provided in the substrate 2 of the product unloading device 1. The upper pedal 4 and the lower pedal 5 for controlling product unloading are provided in the opening 3, and the substrate 2 and the bearing members 12, 12.
13 is rotatably provided by pins 6 and 7 supported by the shaft. The upper edge of the opening 3 of the substrate 2 is provided with a guide protrusion 2a for controlling the attitude of the product G by approaching it to a product exit passage plate 100 described later (see FIG. 7 and the like). The upper pedal 4 supports the second product G from the bottom when the lower pedal 5 is closed and the first product G from the bottom is dropped and carried out. (Polyacetal). The upper pedal 4 is urged in a closing direction by a torsion coil spring 8 mounted on the pin 6. Further, the upper pedal 4 is connected to itself and the link member 1.
There is provided a link member 55 for connecting the nine pins 22. That is, one end of the link member 55 is rotatably supported by the upper pedal 4 by the pin 56, and the other end is
The pin 22 is inserted through 5a. In addition,
The pin 56 is elastically locked by a locking piece 4P erected on the stopper piece 4b. As shown in FIGS. 1 to 4, the pin hole 4a of the upper pedal 4 is for inserting a pin 6. The stopper surface 4e of the stopper piece 4b comes into contact with the pin 22 at the time of the maximum opening of the upper pedal 4 to receive a product load applied to the upper pedal 4, and locks the position of the upper pedal 4 at the maximum opening. The guide piece 4c is erected at a predetermined interval from the stopper piece 4b, and slides the sliding groove 4d in which the pin 22 slides when the link member 19 reciprocates.
It is formed with. The escape groove 4f is formed so that the pin 22 does not hit the upper pedal 4 to prevent the closing operation when the upper pedal 4 is closed. The claw portion 4g is formed so as to engage with each other when the upper pedals 4 of the opposing product discharge device 1 are in a closed state when the product discharge device 1 having the same configuration is tied and installed, and the other upper pedal. 4 so as to ride on the upper edge. The relief hole 4h is provided in the same product discharging device 1
When the upper pedal 4 of the opposing product unloading device 1 is in the closed state, the stopper piece 4b
Is formed so as not to increase the thickness of the entire apparatus at the time of installation. When the upper pedal 4 reaches the maximum opening degree, the projection 4k contacts a part of the bearing members 12, 13 to regulate the rotation range. Lock hole 4
m is for locking one end of the torsion coil spring 8. The escape groove 4n is provided with the pin 5 when the upper pedal 4 is closed.
6 is formed so as not to impede the closing operation by hitting the upper pedal 4. Next, the lower pedal 5 will be described. The lower pedal 5 holds the first commodity G from the bottom in the commodity passage 10 in the open state, and as shown in FIG. 5, a bearing stand 11 made of resin (for example, polyacetal) is provided on the back surface of the metal plate. It is configured with. The lower pedal 5 is urged in the opening direction by a torsion coil spring 9 mounted on the pin 7. The pin holes 5 a and 11 a of the lower pedal 5 are for inserting the pins 7. The locking claw 5 b is for locking the bearing base 11. The deformed groove 14 provided in the bearing base 11 slides an end of a pin 25 of a rotation stopper 20, which will be described later, so that the lower pedal 5 and the rotation stopper 20 are interlocked via the pin 25. Is formed in order to regulate the operation range. That is, the deformed groove 14 is formed of a small-diameter groove 14a that determines the lock position of the pin 25 and a large-diameter groove 14b that defines an operation range other than the lock position of the pin 25. A pair of guide projections 1 provided on the bearing stand 11
Reference numeral 5 is formed so as to sandwich both sides of the link member 19, and guides the link member 19 so that the vertical movement of the link member 19 does not shift in the left-right direction. In FIG. 7, the product exit passage plate 10
Numeral 0 is disposed opposite to the product carrying-out device 1 so as to have a passage width that can store a large-diameter product G. Product exit passage plate 1
The projecting portion 101 is provided to control a small-diameter product (not shown) such as a bottle product containing a so-called drink agent toward the upper pedal 4 side of the product carrying-out device 1 so as to easily hold the product. It is a thing. Next, the rotation stopper 20 will be described. The rotation stopper 20 locks the lower pedal 5 at the maximum opening so that the lower pedal 5 can receive the product load, and the lock is released when the product is sold, and the lower pedal 5 is moved into the opening 3 by the product load. By utilizing the force at the time of being pushed back and sliding the link member 19 upward via the pin 24, the solenoid 17 pulls the link member 19 to assist the driving force when the upper pedal 4 is opened. Things. The rotation stopper 20 is provided on the bearing base 1.
Together with 1, the lower pedal 5 is formed so as to be supported so as to be substantially horizontal at the maximum opening degree. This is 2 from the bottom
Since the position of the second product G in the height direction differs depending on the diameter of the stacked products G, this difference is made as small as possible even when selling products G having different diameters, and the upper pedal 4 This is to ensure the holding in the. The lower end of the rotation stopper 20 is rotatably supported by a pin 23 held by the substrate 2 and the bearing members 12 and 13, and is opened by a torsion coil spring 40 mounted on the pin 23. Has been energized. Further, a pin 25 for locking the lower pedal 5 at the maximum opening is provided at the upper end of the rotation stopper 20. Both ends of the pin 25 are arranged in the deformed groove 14 of the bearing base 11 of the lower pedal 5, and when the lower pedal 5 is locked at the maximum opening, the pin 25 is connected to the small-diameter groove 14a of the deformed groove 14. At other times, the irregular groove 1
4 are located in the large-diameter groove portion 14b. Further, as shown in FIG.
The 0 pin holes 20a and 20b are for inserting the pins 23 and 25. The lock groove 20c is provided to lock the rotation of the rotation stopper 20 by engaging the pin 24. The locked state of the lower pedal 5, that is,
When the pin 24 is engaged with the lock groove 20c, the pin 25 is engaged with the small-diameter groove 14a. The inclined sliding surface 20 of the rotation stopper 20
“d” is formed so that the pin 24 slides when the rotation stopper 20 rotates. That is, the link member 19 is pulled by the solenoid 17 when the product is sold, and the pin 24
Is released from the lock groove 20c, the lock of the lower pedal 5 is released, and the lower pedal 5 is pushed back into the opening 3 by the product load. At this time, the rotation stopper 20 is also
Since the pin 24 is pushed back into the opening 3 around the center of rotation, the pin 24 slides upward by the inclined sliding surface 20d to move the link member 19 upward. Each of the above-mentioned members is formed and arranged so as not to interfere with the member of the counterpart when the product unloading device 1 having the same configuration is tied and installed. Next, the operation will be described with reference to FIGS. When the solenoid 17 is energized in the sales standby state shown in FIG. 7, the solenoid 17 pulls the link member 19 via the plunger 18. Then, as shown in FIG. 8, the pin 24 at the tip of the link member 19 comes off the lock groove 20 c of the rotation stopper 20. When the lock is released, the pin 25 at the upper end of the rotation stopper 20 also becomes
The lower pedal 5 is released from the small-diameter groove portion 14a to unlock the open state of the lower pedal 5, and the lower pedal 5 can freely rotate to a predetermined rotation angle. Then, as shown in FIG. 9 to FIG.
When the lower pedal 5 is pushed back into the opening 3 by the load of the product G, the rotation stopper 20 is also pushed back into the opening 3 with the pin 23 as the rotation center, so that the pin 24 moves on the inclined sliding surface 20d. The link 25 is slid upward to move the link member 19 upward, and the pin 25 moves along the inner surface of the large-diameter groove 14b. At this time, the pin 22 engaged with the slide groove 4d of the upper pedal 4 is also pushed up, and the upper pedal 4 is opened in cooperation with the link member 55, so that the solenoid 17 pulls the link member 19. Can assist power. Thereby, even if the product is in contact with the upper pedal 4 and it is difficult to open, the turning power can be applied in the direction in which the upper pedal 4 opens, so that the upper pedal 4 becomes easy to open and the product G can be securely held. Further, the link member 55 can reinforce the shock acting on the upper pedal 4 at the moment when the product is held. Furthermore, when a small-diameter product or a product with a soft container comes into contact with the upper pedal 4 at a timing earlier than usual due to collapse or deformation, or when the solenoid 17
Even when the suction force of the upper pedal 4 is reduced, the upper pedal 4 can be projected smoothly without being pushed back by the product load. Then, as shown in FIGS. 11 to 12, when the product G falls and the product load is not applied to the lower pedal 5, the lower pedal 5 is opened by the urging force of the torsion coil spring 9. To return. Further, when the energization of the solenoid 17 is stopped, the link member 19 is pulled down by the urging force of the spring 30, the lock of the upper pedal 4 by the pin 22 is released, and the upper pedal 4 is closed by the urging force of the torsion coil spring 8. To return to the sales standby state (see FIG. 7). As described above, according to the vending machine product discharging device according to this embodiment, the driving force of the upper pedal 4 can be sufficiently ensured without increasing the size of the solenoid 17, so that the device can be made thinner. While selling products of various diameters. In particular, the upper pedal 4 is a link member 5 connecting the upper pedal 4 itself and the pin 22 of the link member 19.
When the pin 22 is operated, the push force by the link member 55 is added to the upper pedal 4 when the pin 22 is operated, and the variation of the push force can be minimized, and the push force is amplified. 4 can be pushed out smoothly. In the above-described embodiment, the upper pedal 4 has been described in the case where the degree of demand for miniaturization and thickness reduction is large. It can also be constituted by the upper pedal 2 as shown in FIG. Here, FIG.
Is a front perspective view showing another upper pedal, and FIG. 14 is a rear perspective view showing another upper pedal. As described above, according to the merchandise unloading device of a vending machine according to the present invention, the merchandise unloading device is rotatably supported by the opening of the substrate, and from the opening to the merchandise passage. A lower pedal that holds the first product from the bottom by projecting, and is rotatably supported by the opening of the substrate, and projects the second product from the bottom through the opening to the product passage side. An upper pedal to be held, and link means reciprocated by a drive device to control opening and closing of the upper pedal and the lower pedal, so that products having different diameters can be carried out without changing the width of the product passage. In the product discharging device of a vending machine formed so that the pedals are alternately protruded toward the product passage to control the discharging of the product, the link means is formed on the back surface of the upper pedal. The upper pedal is provided with a link member for connecting the upper pedal itself and the link pin. The pushing force by the link member is added, the fluctuation of the pushing force can be minimized, and the pushing force is amplified, so that the upper pedal can be pushed out smoothly. Therefore, the driving force of the upper pedal can be sufficiently ensured without increasing the size of the driving device, the device can be made thinner, and products of various diameters can be sold.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a front perspective view showing an upper pedal provided with a link member according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 2 is a front perspective view showing the product unloading device. FIG. 3 is a rear perspective view showing the product unloading device. FIG. 4 is a rear perspective view showing the upper pedal. FIG. 5 is a front perspective view showing a lower pedal. FIG. 6 is a front perspective view showing a rotation stopper. FIG. 7 is a sectional view of a main part showing a sales standby state. FIG. 8 is a sectional view of a main part showing a state in which a locked state of a lower pedal is released. FIG. 9 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state where the upper pedal starts to open using a product load applied to the lower pedal. FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of a main part showing a state where the upper pedal is further opened by utilizing a product load applied to the lower pedal. FIG. 11 is a sectional view of a main part showing a state where the second product from the bottom is held by the upper pedal. FIG. 12 is a sectional view of a main part showing a state in which the lower pedal has returned. FIG. 13 is a front perspective view showing another upper pedal. FIG. 14 is a rear perspective view showing another upper pedal. [Description of Signs] 1 Product unloading device 2 Substrate 2a Guide protrusion 3 Opening 4 Upper pedal 4a Pin hole 4b Stopper piece 4c Guide piece 4d Sliding groove 4e Stopper surface 4f Escape groove 4g Claw portion 4h Escape hole 4k Projection 4m Locking hole 4n Escape groove 4p Locking piece 5 Lower pedal 5a Pin hole 5b Locking claw 6, 7 Pin 8, 9 Torsion coil spring G Product 10 Product passage 11 Bearing stand 11a Pin holes 12, 13 Bearing members 12a, 12b Length Hole 14 Deformed groove 14a Small diameter groove 14b Large diameter groove 15 Guide projection 17 Solenoid 18 Plunger 19 Link member 20 Rotation stopper 20a, 20b Pin hole 20c Lock groove 20d Slant sliding surface 22, 23, 24, 25 Pin 30 Spring 40 Torsion coil spring 50 Sold-out switch 55 Link member 55a Slotted hole 56 Pin 100 Product exit passage plate 101 Projection

   ────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── Continuation of front page    (72) Inventor Katsuhiko Fukuda             1-1, Tanabe-Nitta, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa             Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. (72) Inventor Naoyuki Tsuzaki             1-1, Tanabe-Nitta, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa             Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. (72) Inventor Kenzo Hagino             1-1, Tanabe-Nitta, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa             Fuji Electric Co., Ltd. F term (reference) 3E046 CA11 DA01 EA08 GA10                 3F030 AA01 AB01 CA02 CB01

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  1. Claims: 1. An apparatus is rotatably supported by an opening of a substrate and protrudes from the opening toward a product passage.
    A lower pedal that holds a second product; an upper pedal that is rotatably supported by an opening in the substrate and that holds a second product from the bottom by protruding from the opening toward the product passage; Link means reciprocated by a drive device to control the opening and closing of the upper pedal and the lower pedal, and a product having different diameters is formed so as to be able to be carried out without changing the product passage width. In a product discharge device of a vending machine formed so as to control the discharge of the product by alternately protruding to the product passage side, the link means slides in a slide groove formed on a back surface of the upper pedal. The upper pedal includes a link member that connects the upper pedal itself and the link pin. Machine of the product carry-out device.
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