JP2010133677A - Wood stove diagnosing system and wood stove diagnosing program - Google Patents

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JP2010133677A
JP2010133677A JP2008312054A JP2008312054A JP2010133677A JP 2010133677 A JP2010133677 A JP 2010133677A JP 2008312054 A JP2008312054 A JP 2008312054A JP 2008312054 A JP2008312054 A JP 2008312054A JP 2010133677 A JP2010133677 A JP 2010133677A
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An object of the present invention is to easily ensure a good combustion state without sufficient experience and knowledge about a wood stove.
Combustion state diagnostic data including image data of firewood stove flames by a web camera is transmitted from a user-side communication terminal to a diagnostic computer 10A via an Internet line 2, and based on this, combustion of the wood stove is performed. The diagnosis is performed and the diagnosis result is transmitted from the diagnosis computer 10A to the user side communication terminal. The diagnosis computer 10A includes a combustion state data file 15b in which various combustion state data are collected and the various combustion states. The coping method data file 15c is stored, and the diagnosis data is compared with the data in the combustion state data file 15b to identify the most approximate combustion state, and the coping method data file 15c is used to determine the coping method. Diagnosis by selecting, and sending diagnosis result data to the user side communication terminal It was.
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  The present invention relates to a soot stove diagnosis system and a soot stove diagnosis program, and in particular, provides information on how to solve a problem by diagnosing the combustion state based on various types of information transmitted during soot stove combustion. The present invention relates to a wood stove diagnostic system and a wood stove diagnostic program used in the system.

  In recent years, wood-burning stoves that use wood as a fuel have attracted attention because they are more in line with ecological ideas than ordinary stoves that use fossil fuels, from the viewpoint of recycling waste wood and recycling carbon dioxide. In addition, the work itself that ignites the firewood and adjusts the state of combustion has a taste, and watching the fire of the firewood stove is healing, and this is the cause of the increase in the number of firewood stove users .

  However, in order to use the wood stove in a good state, a certain amount of knowledge and experience is required, and it is important to appropriately carry out appropriate adjustment and maintenance. For this reason, there are frequent cases where the optimal combustion state is not ensured and the heating efficiency becomes insufficient, or the amount of soot and harmful substances in the exhaust gas increases.

  In order to avoid such a problem in using a soot stove, for example, Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-46334 discloses a secondary combustion chamber before a chimney in order to avoid excessive unburned gas contained in the exhaust of the soot stove. In addition, a technique has been proposed in which a platinum catalyst is disposed in this portion to promote combustion of unburned gas to ensure a good combustion state. Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-77060 provides an outflow port for supplying outside air toward the upper center of the saddle placement unit and an outflow port for supplying outside air horizontally toward the upper center of the saddle placement unit. Providing a sufficient amount of air by providing it has also been proposed to reduce the generation of unburned gas without using a catalyst.

However, merely reducing the generation of unburned gas in this way is not sufficient from the viewpoint of ensuring a good combustion state in the wood stove. For example, if the amount of moisture in the soot used is too large or the amount of air is insufficient, sufficient combustion power will not be exhibited. Conversely, if the amount of air is too large, excessive combustion will result in excessive consumption of soot. . In addition, if there is a lack of maintenance, a fault or abnormality may occur in the wood stove body or exhaust path, causing abnormal combustion.
JP 2000-46334 A Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2004-77060

  The present invention is intended to solve the above-described problems, and an object of the present invention is to make it possible to easily ensure a good combustion state without sufficient experience and knowledge about a wood stove. .

Therefore, the present invention provides an Internet line, a web server connected to the Internet line, a diagnostic computer arranged on the system provider side and connectable to the Internet line, and a user side using a wood stove. A user-side communication terminal that can be connected, and a web camera for acquiring image data of a burning state of a wood-burning stove used by a user, and diagnosis of a burning state including at least image data of a flame of a wood-burning stove by the webcam Is transmitted from the user-side communication terminal to the diagnostic computer via the Internet line, so that the combustion state of the wood-burning stove is diagnosed based on the diagnostic data received by the diagnostic computer, and the diagnosis result is obtained from the diagnostic computer. Wood stove diagnosis that is to be sent to the user side communication terminal A stem,
The diagnostic computer stores a combustion state data file that summarizes data on various combustion states of the wood stove, and a countermeasure data file that summarizes data on how to cope with the various combustion states. Data is compared with the data in the combustion state data file, the most approximate combustion state is identified, and the diagnosis is performed by selecting the countermeasure method corresponding to the combustion state from the countermeasure method data file, and creating the diagnosis result data Then, it is transmitted to the user side communication terminal by a predetermined communication method.

  As described above, the diagnostic data relating to the combustion state including the image data of the flame of the wood stove used by the user using the communication terminal on the user side that can be connected to the Internet line such as a personal computer widely spread in recent years Is sent to the diagnostic computer, and the system provider compares the various combustion state data stored in the diagnostic computer and selects a countermeasure, and sends this to the user as a diagnostic result. Even if the user has little knowledge and experience about wood-burning stove, or even if there is no person who has advanced expertise in wood-burning stove on the system provider side, the user can use a relatively simple procedure for wood-burning stove. It is possible to know an appropriate coping method according to the combustion state.

  The diagnostic data transmitted by the user includes at least one of a wood stove model, a wood type used, a wood stove temperature, an air intake opening, and a damper opening. If it is made into the characteristic, it will become easy to implement | achieve a more reliable diagnosis by combining other data in addition to the image data of the flame during combustion.

  Furthermore, the combustion state data file of the diagnostic computer includes at least reference flame image data created by photographing or drawing in advance for each assumed combustion state. In this way, the comparison operation becomes easy, and it is possible to reliably identify the approximate combustion state.

  Furthermore, in the above-described soot stove diagnostic system, it is characterized in that it is an operator who operates a diagnostic computer that compares the received flame image data with various combustion state data. For example, in addition to being able to operate the system with a relatively simple system control program, the handling method is also specified by specifying the combustion state, so that the operator does not need a high level of expertise.

  Alternatively, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, it is a diagnostic computer that compares the received diagnostic data with data of various combustion states, and the system is automatically operated. As a result, it is possible to meet the needs of the user 24 hours a day without the need for an operator.

  In this case, as a viewpoint for comparing the received flame image data with the data of various combustion states, the image data should include at least one of flame color, flame brightness, flame amount, and flame movement speed. In this case, it is easy to make an accurate determination.

  In addition, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, a data communication program for transmitting diagnostic data from the user side communication terminal is stored in the SD memory card, and the SD memory card is connected to the information communication terminal. If the system can be used by setting the data communication program in the state or after being connected, the time required for system introduction on the user side is extremely small.

  Alternatively, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, a data communication program for transmitting diagnostic data from the user side communication terminal is stored in the USB memory stick, and the USB memory stick is connected to the information communication terminal Alternatively, if the system can be used by installing the data communication program after connection, the user will have less time to introduce the system as described above. The USB memory stick is equipped with a web camera that is connected by wire or wireless, and it is even more convenient if image data can be obtained simply by connecting it to an information communication terminal. .

  In addition, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, information communication between the user side communication terminal and the diagnostic computer is performed using an instant messenger, and a data input program associated with the instant messenger of the user side communication terminal If the diagnostic data is input and transmitted together, the system provider can construct the system relatively easily without opening a website on the web server.

  Alternatively, in the wood stove diagnostic system described above, the user side communication terminal is connected to the system provider's website on the web server, and the user inputs and operates on the web screen to transmit diagnostic data. If it is characterized by the above, it is easy to use because it is an operation familiar to the user. In this case, if the diagnostic computer also serves as the web server, the system provider can easily manage and operate the system.

  In addition, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, the user side communication terminal includes a mobile phone with a camera, and the attached camera also serves as a web camera. The system can be constructed with a minimal burden.

  Then, in the above-described wood stove diagnostic system, if the communication method for transmitting diagnostic result data to the user side communication terminal is based on e-mail, the system can be constructed relatively easily. In addition, the diagnosis result data can be reliably received and stored.

  And if it is stored in the computer for diagnosis of the above-mentioned wood stove diagnostic system and provided as a wood stove diagnostic program for implementing the above-mentioned wood stove diagnostic system, it is installed on a computer connectable to the Internet line It will be easy to build the core part of the system.

  By comparing the diagnostic data of the wood stove transmitted by the user with the data stored on the diagnostic computer side, the combustion state is specified, a countermeasure is selected, and the diagnostic result is transmitted to the user communication terminal. According to the present invention, a good combustion state can be easily ensured without sufficient experience and knowledge.

  The best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 shows a system configuration diagram of a wood-burning stove diagnosis system 1A according to the first embodiment of the present invention. In this embodiment, the main body for diagnosing the combustion state of the wood-burning stove is the maintenance of wood-burning stove. When using an instant messenger (instant message software) provided for each information communication terminal when sending and receiving data, assuming that the operator is a system provider such as a wood stove sales company Shall be explained.

  The wood stove diagnostic system 1A according to the present embodiment is arranged on the Internet line 2, the provider web server 7 connected to the internet line 2, and the system provider in charge of the wood stove maintenance, and can be connected to the internet line 2. , A computer 10A for diagnosis, and user-side communication terminals 4a, 4b, 4c,... That can be connected to the Internet line 2 and are arranged on the user side that owns the wood stove 5a, 5b, 5c,. Are configured with web cameras 6a, 6b,... For acquiring image data of the burning state of the wood burning stove used.

  The user-side communication terminals 4a and 4b are personal computers, each having web cameras 6a and 6b connected by wiring, and using these images, the image data of the flames of the wood stoves 5a and 5b is obtained. To get to. Further, the user side communication terminal 4c is a camera-equipped mobile phone, and the image data of the flame of the wood stove 5c can be obtained as it is with the attached camera.

  Each of the user side communication terminals 4a, 4b, 4c,... And the diagnostic computer 10A includes Windows Messenger (registered trademark) or YaHoo! Stores instant messengers such as Messenger (registered trademark) and has a function of directly transmitting and receiving data between information communication terminals connected to the Internet 2, and has a wood stove diagnostic program installed. Diagnostic data / diagnosis result data transmission / reception between the diagnostic computer 10A and the user side communication terminals 4a, 4b, 4c,... Installed with the data communication program specific to the wood stove diagnostic system. Can be done.

  FIG. 2 shows a functional block diagram of the diagnostic computer 10A that forms the core of the wood stove diagnostic system 1A of the present embodiment. Although the diagnostic computer 10A is a general-purpose computer in terms of hardware, each part shown in the figure is functionally configured by a wood-burning stove diagnostic program installed therein.

  That is, the diagnostic computer 10A includes a customer information file 15a in which information on a user (customer) using the service is collected, a combustion state file 15b in which various combustion state data of the wood stove are collected, and these combustion states. And a coping method data file 15c that summarizes the cause of preventing proper combustion assumed for each and the coping method data, and a data transmission / reception means 11a, via an input interface 13 and an output interface 12. Thus, data transmission / reception on the Internet 2 can be performed, and each of these functional parts is controlled and integrated by the control means 11A.

  Further, the diagnostic data including the flame stove flame image data transmitted from the user side communication terminals 4a, 4b, 4c,... Is confirmed by the operator using the display means 16 such as a display for diagnosis. It has come to be. That is, the operator causes the display unit 16 to display diagnostic data transmitted from a user who desires diagnosis, and reads and compares these data and various data in the combustion state of various wood stoves stored in the combustion state data file 15b. Thus, the diagnosis is performed by reading out from the data file 15c the data on the cause of the deterioration of the combustion state stored in association with each data and the data of the coping method.

  For example, in the case of flame image data, the most approximate image is obtained by comparing the received flame image data and a plurality of reference flame image data read from the combustion state data file 15b side by side on the same screen. The combustion state can be specified by selecting data. Since the color of the flame is important for the image data, it is essential that the image data is a color image, and since the movement of the flame is also important, it is preferably a moving image of at least one minute (5 per second). Continuous photos taken over frames can be considered as movies).

  Next, an implementation procedure of the wood stove diagnostic system 1A according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. 3 to 5 showing display screens of the user terminal. First, the user activates a data communication program specific to the present system installed in advance in his / her information communication terminal, and opens the data transmission screen 100 of FIG.

  In this screen, first, the user is prompted to ignite his / her wood stove so as to be in a burning state, and the camera activation button 101 is clicked to make the web camera usable. Next, after 30 minutes have passed since the wood stove ignited and the combustion state has settled, it takes a predetermined time (usually about 1 m, depending on the performance of the webcam and the range of the screen to be acquired) from the wood stove window. The flame is photographed (usually about 3 minutes). When the photographing is completed, the image input button 102 is clicked, and the image data is stored in the transmission file.

  Then, after a customer number given at the time of purchasing a wood stove or applying for system use is input by the number input unit 103, the transmission button 104 is clicked to transmit the image data in a file format. In addition, an inquiry button 105 is arranged in the lower right of the screen. Clicking on this button opens an inquiry screen. If you fill out and send the prescribed items, the answer will be returned. It comes to come. A certain degree of diagnosis is possible only with the flame image data transmitted by the above operation. However, in order to perform a more accurate diagnosis, the screen shifts to the data transmission screen 200 of FIG. It is necessary to send

  The data transmission screen 200 includes a stove model input unit 211, a soot seed input unit 212, a stove temperature input unit 213, and a damper opening input unit 215 in addition to the flame image data that has already been transmitted. By clicking the confirmation button 206 after each input, these are collected as transmission data into a transmission file, and are transmitted by clicking the transmission button 207. The items of diagnostic data are not limited to the above types. For example, there is no abnormality in the opening of the air intake port, the size of the ridge, the packing (gasket), or the abnormality in the converter. Or items such as whether the suction of the chimney is smooth may be provided.

  Then, when diagnosis result data based on the result of diagnosis on the diagnosis computer 10A side is transmitted based on these diagnosis data and an incoming call is received, the incoming call lamp 208 is turned on, and the diagnosis result display button 209 is clicked. As a result, the diagnosis result screen 300 of FIG. 5 can be opened. The diagnosis result screen 300 includes a cause display unit 301 indicating a cause and a coping method display unit 302 indicating a coping method. If the problem cannot be solved sufficiently based on the diagnosis result on this screen, an inquiry can be made in the same manner as described above by clicking the inquiry button 303.

  As described above, by implementing the wood stove diagnostic system 1A of the present embodiment, even if there is little knowledge and experience about wood stove while minimizing the effort on the part of the user, It becomes possible to solve the problem regarding burning of the wood burning stove.

  In addition, the use of the instant messenger function attached to each communication terminal makes it unnecessary for the system provider to open a web page (system homepage), and the operator always has to wait at the telephone. Further, by using the data of the combustion state data file 15b and the coping method data file 15c, it is possible to cope with the case where the operator does not have a high level of expertise on the wood stove.

  In the present embodiment, the case where the operator on the system provider side mainly performs the diagnosis has been described. However, the diagnosis computer 10A is replaced with one having the same function as the diagnosis computer 10B in FIG. Thus, the system can be automatically operated without human intervention, and in this case also, the advantages of using the instant message software described above are utilized.

  FIG. 6 shows a system layout of the wood stove diagnostic system 10B according to the second embodiment of the present invention. This embodiment is almost the same as the configuration of the wood-burning stove diagnostic system 10A in FIG. 1, except that the diagnostic computer 10B, which is the core of the system, performs automatic diagnosis and automatic transmission of diagnostic results. This system is characterized in that the system is basically operated automatically without requiring an operator. Although the web server 7 is separated from the diagnostic computer 10B in the figure, the diagnostic computer 10B may also serve as the web server 7.

  FIG. 7 shows a functional block diagram of the diagnostic computer 10B in the wood stove diagnostic system 10B. The control means 11B automatically compares the received diagnostic data with the data in the combustion state data file 15b. A comparison / identification means 11b for identifying the most approximate combustion state, a countermeasure method selection means 11c for selecting a countermeasure method from the identified combustion state, and a mail generation means 11a for mailing the selected countermeasure method. Is programmed to automatically execute the diagnostic procedure.

  In the present embodiment, each user accesses the web server 7 via the Internet line 2, opens a website operated by the system provider, and performs various inputs and operations on the web screen. The diagnostic data input on the web screen is transferred to the diagnostic computer 10B via the web server 7 and the Internet line 2, and diagnosis is performed in the diagnostic computer 10B according to a predetermined procedure. The result is transmitted by mail to the information communication terminal of the user who requested the diagnosis.

  FIG. 8 shows a data transmission screen 400 constituting a wood stove diagnostic unit of a website (homepage) operated by a system provider accessed by a user. The contents and functions are substantially the same as those of the data transmission screen 100 of FIG. 9 is almost the same as the data transmission screen 200 of FIG. 4, but the incoming button and the diagnostic result display button are not arranged because the diagnostic result is transmitted by mail. Is different.

  Then, when the diagnostic data input to these is transmitted, the diagnostic data received by the diagnostic computer 10B is compared with the data in the combustion state data file 15b in a predetermined procedure, and specified by comparison. The cause and the coping method stored in the coping method data file 15c are automatically selected in association with the combustion state, and are automatically generated and sent to the e-mail by the mail generation means 11a as diagnosis result data.

  In this way, diagnostic data can be sent only by operations on websites that users are accustomed to handling normally, so the burden on the user is minimized and diagnostic results can be obtained by email. While confirming this with certainty and making it easy to save as data, it has become possible to easily solve problems related to burning of wood stoves.

  In the case of the present embodiment, although the screen on which the user inputs / transmits diagnostic data is on the website side, this system for acquiring image data using a web camera and transmitting it as transmission data Since a specific data communication program is necessary, it is assumed that a minimum necessary program for that purpose is stored in each of the user side communication terminals 4a, 4b, 4c,.

  By the way, a specific method for automatically specifying the combustion state by comparing various diagnostic data received by the diagnostic computer 10B in the present embodiment with the data of the combustion state data file 15b, particularly, The flame image data comparison method will not be described in detail because various methods are disclosed in the preceding technical literature, but the following method can be assumed in the present invention. It shall be explained.

  FIGS. 11 to 16 show images of reference flames taken in the combustion chamber of a burning wood stove, and are actually color images. The image of FIG. 11 has the damper opening fully open and the flame color is orange. The image of FIG. 12 has a purple color due to the fact that the damper opening is now in progress. Then, with the damper fully closed, the flame color is whitish.

  As is well known, the flame in which soot burns increases in temperature as its color becomes orange, white, or purple. Therefore, the combustion temperature can be specified by detecting the color. Therefore, the combustion state can be estimated to some extent by analyzing the distribution of each color of the pixels constituting the flame image.

  In addition, the images in FIGS. 14 to 16 experimentally show a state in which two soots are experimentally juxtaposed and burned with the damper fully open, the left soot is put in a dry state, and the right soot is not dried. It was introduced in the state. When the soot is wet in this way, its combustion energy is used a lot to dry itself, so in the image of FIG. 14 it can be seen that the right soot has a low amount of flame and is dark overall. Thereafter, as shown in the images of FIGS. 15 and 16, when the drying of the straw progresses with time, the difference between the size and brightness of the left and right flames becomes smaller. Therefore, the combustion state can be estimated to some extent by detecting the amount and brightness of the flame.

  Furthermore, it is known that, for example, when the amount of air to be supplied is too large, soot consumption becomes excessive and inefficient, and when the air is excessive, the movement of the flame tip side becomes faster. Therefore, for example, by capturing the image with a coordinate distribution of squares of a predetermined size, the position of the edge of the flame (boundary) can be specified at the brightness gap, and the edge moves over a predetermined width. When the number of times to be performed becomes a predetermined number or more within a predetermined time, it means that the flame moves quickly. By counting this, it can be estimated to some extent whether or not the air is excessive.

  The comparison / determination result based on the flame image obtained by the above method includes the type of soot used, the temperature of the stove (when a thermometer is provided at a predetermined position on the surface), the opening of the air intake, and the damper. By combining various data such as the opening degree, it becomes possible to perform a more accurate diagnosis. Since these data may fluctuate depending on the type of wood-burning stove used, data for these items is acquired in advance while reproducing the combustion state that can be assumed for each model, and the combustion state is stored in the data file. By collecting them in the corresponding map format, automatic diagnosis by a program becomes easy and reliable.

  In addition, in common with all the above-described embodiments, it is necessary to install a data communication program on a user-side communication terminal using a recording medium such as a CD-ROM and to connect and set a web camera. Since this occurs, there is a risk that this becomes troublesome for the user.

  Therefore, a data communication program having a data input / transmission function is stored in a USB memory stick 6c as shown in FIG. 10, and this is connected to an information communication terminal such as a personal computer. If the system can be used simply by installing the system, it is possible to greatly reduce the trouble of the user when starting to use the system. On the other hand, when the information communication terminal is a mobile phone, an SD card (micro SD) can be similarly used instead of the USB memory stick.

  Further, as shown in the figure, the USB memory stick 6c may be provided as an image data communication kit 6 in which a web camera 6b connected by wiring or wirelessly is attached. In this case, since the web camera drive control software is also incorporated in the USB memory stick 6c, the web camera can be used only by connecting to the information communication terminal, and therefore, the convenience is further improved.

  As described above, according to the present invention regarding a wood stove, a good combustion state can be easily secured without sufficient experience and knowledge.

The system arrangement | positioning figure which shows 1st Embodiment in this invention. The functional block diagram of the diagnostic computer of FIG. The data transmission screen of the user side communication terminal of FIG. The data transmission screen of the user side communication terminal of FIG. The data transmission screen of the user side communication terminal of FIG. The system arrangement | positioning figure which shows 2nd Embodiment in this invention. 7 is a functional block diagram of the diagnostic computer of FIG. The data transmission screen of the user side communication terminal of FIG. The data transmission screen of the user side communication terminal of FIG. The front view which shows the example which combined the recording medium of the program for data communications, and the web camera. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot. Flame image showing an example of the burning state of the soot.

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  1A, 1B 薪 Stove diagnosis system, 2 Internet, 4a, 4b, 4c User side communication terminal, 5a, 5b, 5c 薪 Stove, 6a, 6b Web camera, 7 Web server, 10A, 10B Diagnostic computer, 11A, 11B control Means, 11a Mail generation means, 11b Comparison / specification means, 11c Coping method selection means, 15b Combustion state data file, 15c Coping method data file, 100, 200, 400, 500 Data transmission screen, 300 Diagnosis result display screen

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  1. An internet line, a web server connected to the internet line, a diagnostic computer arranged on the system provider side and connectable to the internet line, and a user side using a wood stove and connected to the internet line A user-side communication terminal; and a web camera for acquiring image data of a burning state of the wood-burning stove used by the user, and a combustion state diagnosis including at least image data of the flame of the wood-burning stove by the web camera Is transmitted from the user-side communication terminal to the diagnostic computer via the Internet line, thereby diagnosing the combustion state of the wood stove based on the diagnostic data received by the diagnostic computer, Results from the diagnostic computer to the user side communication terminal A wood-burning stove diagnostic system was assumed to be trust,
    The diagnostic computer stores a combustion state data file summarizing various combustion state data of the wood stove, and a coping method data file summarizing data of coping methods corresponding to the various combustion states. The diagnosis data is compared with the data in the combustion state data file, the most approximate combustion state is identified, and a diagnosis is performed by selecting a countermeasure method corresponding to the combustion state from the countermeasure method data file, A wood stove diagnostic system, characterized in that diagnostic result data is created and transmitted to the user side communication terminal by a predetermined communication method.
  2.   The diagnostic data includes at least one of the type of the wood stove, the type of wood used, the temperature of the wood stove, the opening of the air intake, and the opening of the damper, The stove diagnostic system according to claim 1.
  3.   3. The combustion state data file includes at least reference flame image data created by photographing or drawing in advance for each assumed combustion state. Firewood stove diagnostic system.
  4.   4. The kit according to claim 1, wherein the diagnosis is performed by comparing the received diagnostic data with the data of the various combustion states, and an operator who operates the diagnostic computer. Stove diagnostic system.
  5.   4. The diagnosis computer compares the received diagnostic data with the data of the various combustion states, and the system is automatically operated. The wood stove diagnostic system described.
  6.   As a viewpoint for comparing the received image data of the flame with the data of the various combustion states, it includes at least one of flame color, flame brightness, flame amount, and flame movement speed. The stove diagnostic system according to claim 5.
  7.   A data communication program for transmitting the diagnostic data from the user side communication terminal is stored in an SD memory card, and the data communication program is in a state where the SD memory card is connected to the information communication terminal or after the connection. The stove diagnostic system according to claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, characterized in that the system can be used by installing the system.
  8.   A data communication program for transmitting the diagnostic data from the user side communication terminal is stored in a USB memory stick, and the data communication program is in a state where the USB memory stick is connected to the information communication terminal or after the connection. The stove diagnostic system according to claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6, wherein the system can be used by setting the installed state.
  9.   The USB memory stick is provided with the web camera connected by wire or wirelessly, and the image data can be obtained simply by connecting the USB memory stick to the information communication terminal. The wood-burning stove diagnostic system according to claim 8.
  10.   Information communication between the user side communication terminal and the diagnostic computer is performed using an instant messenger, and the data communication program associated with the instant messenger of the user side communication terminal is used in combination. 10. A wood stove diagnostic system according to claim 1, wherein the diagnostic data is input and transmitted.
  11.   The user side communication terminal is connected to the system provider's website in the web server, and the user inputs and operates on the web screen to transmit the diagnostic data. The wood-burning stove diagnostic system according to claim 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, or 9.
  12.   12. The wood-burning stove diagnostic system according to claim 11, wherein the diagnostic computer also serves as the web server.
  13.   The user-side communication terminal includes a mobile phone with a camera, and the attached camera also serves as the web camera. , 9, 10, 11 or 12.
  14.   The communication method for transmitting the diagnosis result data to the user side communication terminal is based on electronic mail, wherein the communication method is e-mail. A wood stove diagnostic system according to 10, 11, 12, or 13.
  15.   Claims 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 or 14 stored in the diagnostic computer of the wood stove diagnostic system, and the wood stove diagnostic system薪 Stove diagnostic program to carry out.
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