JP3992063B2 - Air conditioner indoor unit - Google Patents

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JP3992063B2
JP3992063B2 JP2006000153A JP2006000153A JP3992063B2 JP 3992063 B2 JP3992063 B2 JP 3992063B2 JP 2006000153 A JP2006000153 A JP 2006000153A JP 2006000153 A JP2006000153 A JP 2006000153A JP 3992063 B2 JP3992063 B2 JP 3992063B2
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F1/00Room units for air-conditioning, e.g. separate or self-contained units or units receiving primary air from a central station
    • F24F1/0007Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F1/00Room units for air-conditioning, e.g. separate or self-contained units or units receiving primary air from a central station
    • F24F1/0007Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units
    • F24F1/0011Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by air outlets
    • F24F1/0014Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by air outlets having two or more outlet openings
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F1/00Room units for air-conditioning, e.g. separate or self-contained units or units receiving primary air from a central station
    • F24F1/0007Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units
    • F24F1/0043Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by mounting arrangements
    • F24F1/005Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by mounting arrangements mounted on the floor; standing on the floor

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  The present invention relates to an indoor unit of an air conditioner.
As a conventional floor-standing type air conditioner indoor unit, there is an indoor unit that can be embedded in a wall and installed as described in Patent Document 1. This indoor unit has a back-side embedded portion embedded in the wall of the main body casing. When the indoor unit is not embedded in the wall, the embedded portion is covered with a cover. The cover is a U-shaped member for covering the upper surface and both side surfaces of the embedded portion. The cover has the same width as the depth of the embedded portion, and the cover can cover the entire embedded portion.
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-300186
However, in the indoor unit described in Patent Document 1, when the embedded portion is covered with a cover, the portion where the upper surface of the front side of the main body and the upper surface of the cover are combined is seen from a slightly upward front side or a slightly diagonal side. When this happens, the depth of the indoor unit looks long, and it is difficult to make the appearance of the indoor unit beautiful.
The subject of this invention is providing the indoor unit of the air conditioner which can show the depth of an indoor unit thinly.
The indoor unit of the air conditioner of the first invention includes a main body and a cover member. The main body has a front side upper surface and a back side stepped portion. The back side stepped portion is formed to be lower than the front side upper surface. The back side stepped portion can be buried in the wall. The cover member is disposed adjacent to the upper surface on the front side. The cover member has a width shorter than the length of the back side stepped portion. The cover member has a plurality of cover elements that can be divided along the direction in which the back side stepped portion is embedded in the wall. The cover member covers the upper surface and both side surfaces of the rear side stepped portion. The cover member has a self-supporting portion that abuts on the back side stepped portion. The self-standing portions extend in the circumferential direction of the main body and are respectively formed on the cover elements. Moreover, the cover member covers a part of the upper surface and both side surfaces of the back side stepped portion. On the other hand, the remaining part of the back side stepped part is exposed to the outside.
Here, the cover member covering the back side step portion of the main body has a plurality of cover elements that can be divided along the direction in which the back side step portion is embedded in the wall. By removing, it is possible to adjust the width of the cover member in a stepwise manner in accordance with the amount of the back side stepped portion embedded in the wall. Moreover, since the cover member has a self-supporting portion that abuts on the back side stepped portion, and the self-supporting portion extends in the circumferential direction of the main body, the strength of the cover member can be improved. Moreover, since the self-supporting portions are respectively formed on the cover elements, the cover members can be easily divided by reinforcing the cover elements by the self-supporting portions.
In addition, the cover member is disposed adjacent to the front surface upper surface, has a width shorter than the length of the back surface step portion of the main body , covers the upper surface of the back surface step portion and part of both side surfaces, and covers Since the remaining portion of the back side stepped portion that is not covered by the member is exposed to the outside, the depth of the indoor unit can be made shorter by the cover member having a shorter width than the back side stepped portion.
The indoor unit of the air conditioner of the second invention is the indoor unit of the air conditioner of the first invention, and the front depth dimension is larger than the rear depth dimension. The front depth dimension is a dimension obtained by combining the front side upper surface of the main body and the cover member. The back side depth dimension is the remaining depth dimension exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion with the cover member mounted.
Here, the front side depth dimension of the front side upper surface of the main body and the cover member is larger than the rear side depth dimension which is the remaining depth dimension exposed to the outside in the rear side stepped portion with the cover member attached. Therefore, the front side upper surface and the cover member of the main body can be made conspicuous, and as a result, the depth of the indoor unit can be made shorter.
The indoor unit of the air conditioner of the third invention is the indoor unit of the air conditioner of the first invention, and the width of the cover member is 7/8 to 3/8 of the length of the back side stepped portion.
Here, since the width of the cover member is 7/8 to 3/8 of the length of the back side stepped portion, the front side upper surface of the main body and the cover member can be more effectively conspicuous. It is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the depth of the indoor unit look shorter.
  An air conditioner indoor unit according to a fourth aspect of the present invention is the air conditioner indoor unit of the first aspect, wherein the cover member is colored the same color as the front side upper surface and lighter than the back side stepped portion. ing.
  Here, the cover member is colored in the same color as the front side upper surface and lighter than the back side stepped portion. Therefore, it is possible to make the cover member and the front side upper surface stand out in a lighter color than the back side stepped portion. As a result, it is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the depth of the indoor unit look shorter.
According to the first aspect of the invention, the width of the cover member can be adjusted stepwise in accordance with the amount by which the back side step portion of the indoor unit body is embedded in the wall. Further, the strength of the cover member can be improved, and the cover member can be easily divided. In addition, the cover member having a shorter width than the back-side stepped portion can cover a part of the back-side stepped portion and expose the remaining portion to the outside, so that the depth of the indoor unit can be made shorter.
According to the 2nd invention, the front side upper surface and cover member of a main body can be made conspicuous. As a result, the depth of the indoor unit can be shown short.
According to the third aspect of the invention, the upper surface on the front side of the main body and the cover member can be more effectively conspicuous. As a result, it is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the depth of the indoor unit appear shorter.
  According to the fourth aspect, the cover member and the front side upper surface can be made conspicuous in a lighter color than the back side stepped portion. As a result, it is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the depth of the indoor unit appear shorter.
Hereinafter, an indoor unit of an air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
An indoor unit 1 of an air conditioner shown in FIGS. 1 to 5 is a floor-standing indoor unit, and includes a main body 2, an indoor heat exchanger 3, a fan 4, a shutter 5, a step motor 6, A filter 7, a front grill 8, a cover member 9, and a front panel 10 are provided. The front panel 10 disposed on the front surface of the main body 2 has a flat shape.
The main body 2 houses an indoor heat exchanger 3, a fan 4, a shutter 5, a step motor 6, a filter 7, and a front grill 8.
The indoor unit 1 is used in a state where it is installed on the floor of the living room. The indoor unit 1 not only installs the main body 2 in contact with the surface of the wall of the living room, but also removes a cover member 9 to be described later, as shown in FIGS. It is also possible to install the part 51 in a state of being embedded in the wall of the living room.
<Configuration of body 2>
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the main body 2 is made of a synthetic resin hollow housing.
As shown in FIG. 5, the back side stepped portion 51 that can be embedded in the wall in the main body 2 is formed to be lower than the front side upper surface 53. The height of the cover member 9 that covers the back-side step 51 is set to be the same as the height of the front-side upper surface 53.
As shown in FIG. 4, a filter 7, an indoor heat exchanger 3, and a fan 4 are sequentially arranged in the main body 2 from the front side opening 2 a formed on the front side to the rear.
A front grill 8 is attached to the periphery of the front side opening 2 a of the main body 2. A filter 7 is fitted in the front grill 8.
A flat front panel 10 is disposed in front of the front side opening 2a of the main body 2 in a state of being floated from the front side opening 2a.
  The front panel 10 has an upper suction port 11a, a lower suction port 11b, a first side suction port 11c, and a second side suction port 11d in four directions, upper, lower, left and right. Specifically, since the front panel 10 is disposed to be separated from the main body 2 in the front direction, three upper suction ports 11a and first side portion suction are provided on the upper side and the left and right sides of the front panel 10. A port 11c and a second side suction port 11d (see FIG. 1) are formed. A slit-like lower suction port 11b is formed at a position below the front panel 10 and slightly above the lower air outlet 25. As a result, suction ports 11a, 11b, 11c, and 11d are arranged in the four directions of the front panel 10 in the vertical and horizontal directions, respectively.
On the upper and lower portions of the front panel 10, fitting protrusions 10a and 10b are formed, respectively. By fitting the fitting protrusions 10a and 10b into the fitting recess 8a of the front grill 8 and the fitting hole 2b near the front lower end of the main body 2, the front panel 10 is lifted from the front opening 2a of the main body 2. Fixed in state.
The main body 1 is formed with a suction passage P1, an upper blowing passage P2, and a lower blowing passage P3.
The suction passage P1 passes through any one of the upper suction port 11a, the lower suction port 11b, the first side suction port 11c, or the second side suction port 11d of the front panel 10, The passage enters the main body 2 through the side opening 2 a and passes through the filter 7, the outdoor heat exchanger 3, and the fan 4 in this order.
The upper blowing passage P2 is a passage from the fan 4 to the upper outlet 24 through the upper space 27. The upper outlet 24 is formed above the front side opening 2 a of the main body 2. A movable plate 26 that can be opened and closed is disposed at the upper outlet 24.
  The lower blowing passage P3 is a passage from the fan 4 through the lower space 28 to the lower outlet 25. The lower outlet 25 is formed below the front side opening 2 a of the main body 2. An openable / closable shutter 5 is disposed in the lower space 28. Further, a stopper 37 that contacts the shutter 5 in a closed state is formed inside the lower space 28. A plurality of slits 10c extending in the horizontal direction are formed in the front panel 10 on the front side of the lower outlet 25.
<Configuration of fan 4>
The fan 4 is a turbo fan that is a type of centrifugal fan that blows air in the centrifugal direction, and includes a fan rotor 41, a motor 42, and a fan casing 43 as shown in FIG. 4. The fan rotor 41 has a plurality of blades 41a (shaded portions in FIG. 4) arranged so as to be separated from the center 41b while drawing a spiral.
The fan casing 43 is a casing that houses the fan rotor 41 and the motor 42. The upper part of the fan casing 43 communicates with the upper space part 27 of the main body 2. The lower part of the fan casing 43 communicates with the lower space 28 of the main body 2.
The air flow generated in the centrifugal direction generated by the fan 4 branches up and down from the fan casing 43 and passes through the upper blow-out passage P2 and the lower blow-out passage P3, respectively. 2 is discharged to the outside.
<Configuration of cover member 9>
As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the cover member 9 is a member that covers a part of the back-side step portion 51 of the main body 2, and is U-shaped to cover the upper surface and both side surfaces of the back-side step portion 51. It is formed in a shape. The cover member 9 is fixed to the main body 2 with screws 52.
Further, as shown in FIG. 5, the cover member 9 includes a plurality of cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58 that can be divided. The cover elements 55, 56, 57, and 58 are arranged along the direction D in which the back side stepped portion 51 is embedded in the wall. The cover member 9 is made of a synthetic resin so that the cover elements 55, 56, 57, and 58 are integrated.
  As illustrated in FIG. 5, the cover member 9 is disposed adjacent to the back side of the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2. The cover member 9 has a width L2 that is shorter than the length L1 of the back side stepped portion 51. Therefore, when the indoor unit 1 is viewed from a slightly diagonally upper front side or a slightly diagonal side, the remaining portion 51 a exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion 51 where the cover member 9 having a short width L2 is exposed from the cover member 9. Therefore, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be made shorter.
  Further, as shown in FIG. 3, the front depth L3 obtained by combining the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and the cover member 9 is the remaining exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion 51 with the cover member 9 attached. It is larger than the back surface side depth dimension L4. Therefore, the depth dimension L3 of the front surface side upper surface of the main body 2 and the cover member 9 is made larger than the remaining depth dimension L4 exposed to the outside in the back surface side step portion 51 with the cover member 9 attached, By making the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and the cover member 9 stand out, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be made shorter.
If the width L2 of the cover member 9 is 7/8 to 3/8 of the length L1 of the back-side step 51, the front-side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and the cover member 9 can be more effectively conspicuous. Thus, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be shown short.
Further, although depending on the thickness of the cover member 9, when the width L2 of the cover member 9 is about 7/8 to 6/8 of the length L1 of the back side stepped portion 51, the indoor unit 1 is moved slightly diagonally upward to the front. When viewed from above, the rear edge 9a of the cover member 9 hides the remaining portion 51a exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion 51 exposed from the cover member 9, so that the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and the cover member Since only 9 can be seen, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be shown short.
  The cover member 9 is colored the same color as the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and lighter than the back side stepped portion 51. For example, the back-side step portion 51 of the main body 2 is colored in a dark color such as black or gray, while the cover member 9 and the front-side top surface 53 of the main body 2 are white lighter than the back-side step portion 51. Or it is colored in a light color such as ivory. Thus, by making the cover member 9 and the front-side upper surface 53 conspicuous in a lighter color than the back-side stepped portion 51, it is possible to improve the visual effect of making the depth of the indoor unit 1 appear shorter.
Further, in the cover member 9 of the present embodiment, one or more of the plurality of cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58 of the cover member 9 are divided so that the back side stepped portion 51 of the main body 2 is a wall. The width of the cover member 9 can be adjusted stepwise in accordance with the amount of embedding.
Further, the cover member 9 has a groove 50 extending in the circumferential direction of the main body 2 on the outer peripheral surface of the cover member 9. The groove 50 is formed in the vicinity of the boundary between the plurality of cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58. Thereby, the cover member 9 can divide one or more of the plurality of cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58 of the cover member 9 along the groove 50.
The groove 50 is formed by molding the cover member 9 simultaneously with the synthetic resin, or by cutting the cover member 9 after molding.
Further, the cover member 9 has a rib 59 as a self-supporting portion extending in the circumferential direction of the main body 2. Ribs 59 are formed on the cover elements 55, 56 and 57, respectively. The rib 59 can improve the strength of the cover member 9.
Since the rib 59 is arranged so as to be displaced from the groove 50 in the front-rear direction of the back side stepped portion 51 of the main body 2, when the cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58 are divided along the groove 50, The generated crack and the rib 59 do not interfere with each other. In addition, since the rib 59 reinforces each of the cover elements 55, 56, 57 at the position closest to the groove 50, it is possible to suppress deformation of the cover elements 55, 56, 57 at the time of division. As a result, the cover elements 55, 56, 57, 58 can be easily divided along the groove 50.
<Explanation about the use state of the indoor unit 1>
As shown in FIG. 6A, when the indoor unit 1 is installed on the floor in the room while being embedded in the wall W, the indoor unit 1 has the back side stepped portion 51 of the main body 2 embedded in the wall W. In addition, the front side upper surface 53 and the front side surface 54 are used while being exposed to the outside. At this time, since the occupant can only see the front side upper surface 53 and the front side surface 54 of the indoor unit 1, the depth of the indoor unit 1 appears to be short.
  On the other hand, as shown in FIG. 6B, when the indoor unit 1 is installed on the floor without being embedded in the wall W, the indoor unit 1 is used in a state where the cover 9 is attached to the back side stepped portion 51. The At this time, when the occupant looks at the indoor unit 1 from a slightly upper front side or a slightly diagonal side, the cover member 9 having a short width is more conspicuous than the rear side stepped portion 51, and the depth of the indoor unit 1 is apparent. It looks like the depth of the top, front side upper surface 53 (or front side surface 54) and cover member 9 combined. Therefore, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be shown short.
In particular, by making the cover member 9 and the front-side upper surface 53 conspicuous in a lighter color than the back-side stepped portion 51, the back-side stepped portion 51 colored in a dark color becomes relatively inconspicuous, and the depth of the indoor unit 1 It is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the image appear shorter.
Furthermore, since at least one groove 50 is formed outside the cover member 9, it is possible to achieve a visual effect that the entire depth of the indoor unit 1 looks thin.
  Here, as a comparative example, consider a case where the conventional floor-standing indoor unit 101 is installed on the floor without being embedded in the wall W as shown in FIG. In this case, the indoor unit 101 is used in a state where the cover 109 is attached so as to cover the entire back side stepped portion. If the occupant sees the indoor unit 101 in this state from a slightly diagonally upper front side or a slightly diagonal side, the depth of the indoor unit 1 appears to be very long because the cover member 109 is thick.
<Features>
(1)
In the indoor unit 1 of the embodiment, the cover member 9 is disposed adjacent to the front-side upper surface 53 and has a width L2 that is shorter than the length L1 of the rear-side step portion 51 of the main body 2. Part of the part 51 is covered. Therefore, when the indoor unit 1 is viewed from a slightly diagonally upward or slightly diagonally front side, the remaining portion 51 a exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion 51 where the cover member 9 having a short width L2 is exposed from the cover member 9. Therefore, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be made shorter.
(2)
In the indoor unit 1 of the embodiment, the front depth dimension L3 obtained by combining the front side upper surface 53 of the main body 2 and the cover member 9 is the remaining depth exposed to the outside in the back side stepped portion 51 with the cover member 9 attached. It is larger than the back surface side depth dimension L4. Therefore, the front side upper surface 53 and the cover member 9 of the main body 2 can be made conspicuous, and as a result, the depth of the indoor unit 1 can be made shorter.
(3)
In the indoor unit 1 of the embodiment, the width L2 of the cover member 9 is 7/8 to 3/8 of the length L1 of the back side stepped portion 51. Therefore, the front side upper surface 53 and the cover member 9 of the main body 2 can be more effectively conspicuous, and as a result, the visual effect of making the depth of the indoor unit 1 appear shorter can be improved.
(4)
In the indoor unit 1 of the embodiment, the cover member 9 is colored in the same color as the front side upper surface 53 and lighter than the back side stepped portion 51. Therefore, it is possible to make the cover member 9 and the front side upper surface 53 stand out in a lighter color than the back side stepped portion 51. As a result, it is possible to improve the visual effect that makes the depth of the indoor unit 1 appear shorter.
(5)
In the indoor unit 1 according to the embodiment, since at least one groove 50 is formed outside the cover member 9, it is possible to achieve a visual effect that the entire depth of the indoor unit 1 looks thin.
<Modification>
(A)
In the embodiment, the installation method of the indoor unit 1 is described in which the cover member 9 is removed and the back side stepped portion 51 of the main body 2 is embedded in the wall of the living room, but the present invention is not limited to this. As a modification, in the case of a thin wall, the indoor unit 1 can be installed by embedding a part of the back-side stepped portion 51 with the cover member 9 attached to the back-side stepped portion 51.
(B)
In the embodiment, the groove 50 is formed on the outside of the cover member 9, but the present invention is not limited to this, and the groove 50 is formed on the inside of the cover member 9 or both inside and outside of the cover member 9. May be. Also in this case, the cover member 9 can be easily divided.
  The present invention can be applied to an indoor unit of an air conditioner that can be embedded in a wall.
The front view of the indoor unit of the air conditioner concerning embodiment of this invention. The side view of the indoor unit of FIG. The perspective view of the state which removed the cover member of the indoor unit of FIG. The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the indoor unit of FIG. The expanded sectional view of the cover member vicinity in the indoor unit of FIG. It is the side view which showed the use condition of the indoor unit of FIG. 1, (a) is the state embedded in the wall, (b) is the state which attached the cover, (c) is for the comparison with (b). Each side view about the state which attached the cover in the conventional indoor unit of.
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Indoor unit 2 Main body 3 Indoor heat exchanger 4 Fan 5 Shutter 6 Step motor 7 Filter 8 Front grill 9 Cover member 10 Front panel 24 Upper blower outlet 25 Lower blower outlet 27 Upper space part 28 Lower space part 51 Back surface side step part 53 Front side top

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  1. A main body (2) having a front-side upper surface (53) and a rear-side step portion (51) which is formed to be lower than the front-side upper surface (53) and can be embedded in a wall;
    It is disposed adjacent to the front side upper surface (53), has a width (L2) shorter than the length (L1) of the back side step part (51), and has the back side step part (51). ) Has a plurality of splittable cover elements (55, 56, 57, 58) arranged in the direction embedded in the wall, and covers the upper surface and both side surfaces of the back side stepped portion (51). (9) and
    Equipped with a,
    The cover member (9) has a self-supporting portion (59) that comes into contact with the back-side step portion (51),
    The self-supporting portion (59) extends in the circumferential direction of the main body (2), is formed on each of the cover elements (55, 56, 57, 58), and
    The cover member (9) covers the upper surface of the back side stepped portion (51) and part of both side surfaces, while the remaining portion of the back side stepped portion (51) is exposed to the outside. ing,
    Floor-standing air conditioner indoor unit (1).
  2. The front side depth dimension (L3) of the front side upper surface (53) of the main body (2) and the cover member (9) is the rear side stepped part (51) with the cover member (9) attached. Larger than the rear side depth dimension (L4), which is the remaining depth dimension exposed outside.
    The indoor unit (1) according to claim 1.
  3. The width (L2) of the cover member (9) is 7/8 to 3/8 of the length (L1) of the back side stepped portion (51).
    The indoor unit (1) according to claim 1.
  4. The cover member (9) is colored the same color as the front side upper surface (53) and lighter than the back side step (51),
    The indoor unit (1) according to claim 1.
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