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JP4720644B2
JP4720644B2 JP2006174834A JP2006174834A JP4720644B2 JP 4720644 B2 JP4720644 B2 JP 4720644B2 JP 2006174834 A JP2006174834 A JP 2006174834A JP 2006174834 A JP2006174834 A JP 2006174834A JP 4720644 B2 JP4720644 B2 JP 4720644B2
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靖人 向井
孝 杉尾
正春 海老原
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  The present invention relates to an air conditioner that performs indoor cooling and heating.

  A conventional air conditioner of this type is shown in FIG. FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view showing a schematic configuration of a conventional air conditioner.

  In the figure, a conventional air conditioner 10 includes a heat exchanger 1, a blower fan 2 that sucks indoor air through the heat exchanger 1, and blows out the heat-exchanged air from an outlet 6, and a blower fan 2. The diffuser 4 that forms a ventilation path between the air outlet 6 and the air outlet 6, the water tray 3 that receives the condensed water that is generated and dropped in the heat exchanger 1, and the direction of the air that is blown out from the air outlet 6 is changed. A wind direction changing blade 30, an arm portion 31 that holds the wind direction changing blade 30 at the tip, and an arm portion motor 34 that rotationally drives the arm portion 31, have no airflow feeling during cooling, and are comfortable with head cold foot heat during heating In order to create a living environment, the wind direction changing blade 30 is controlled via the arm portion 31 to change the wind direction in the up and down direction to generate an air flow rich in change (see, for example, Patent Document 1). ).

In particular, during cooling, the airflow is directed horizontally or upwards so that low-temperature blown air does not directly hit the occupants, avoiding various adverse effects caused by room temperature being sufficiently lowered or excessive cooling when sleeping. be able to.
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  However, in the configuration of the conventional air conditioner, the airflow can be effectively directed horizontally or upward during cooling. However, depending on conditions such as the temperature of the blown air and the air volume, a part of the blown air may be sucked into the suction port. There was a problem that a short circuit was sucked from the bottom.

The present invention is intended to solve the conventional problems, and an object thereof is to provide an air conditioner that can be reliably prevented tio over preparative circuit.

In order to solve the conventional problem, an air conditioner of the present invention includes a main body having a heat exchanger and a suction port, a panel for opening and closing the suction port, and taking in indoor air from the suction port. After passing through the heat exchanger, it has a blower fan that blows out the heat exchanged air from the blowout port, and a wind direction changing blade that is arranged at the blowout port and changes the direction of the blown air, and in the cooling operation mode, the wind direction A straight line connecting the lower end of the downstream end of the air outlet and the other end of the airflow direction changing blade is substantially brought into contact with the lower end of the downstream end of the air outlet. the so located in the same or upward thereof and a horizontal line through the lower end of the downstream end of the air outlet, to operate the air direction changing blade, one or open the top of the panel, close the lower, lower The air flowing into the suction port from Sea urchin, the entire panel is spaced forwardly from the main body, in the heating operation mode, the main body-side end portion of the air direction changing blade so as to Hoboto contact with the upper end of the downstream end of the air outlet, wherein The air direction change blade is operated, and the whole panel is separated further forward than the cooling operation mode so that the upper part and the lower part of the panel are both opened . The air can be effectively directed horizontally or upward without leaking downward, and the air flowing into the suction port from the lower part of the panel is suppressed, so part of the blowout air flows into the suction port through a short circuit. it no to, during heating operation, the air blown out from the air outlet, because it is guided downward by the air direction changing blade, causing the short circuit No order, the better the air conditioner in cooling efficiency can be provided with an inexpensive structure.

Air conditioner of the present invention, it is possible to reliably prevent tio over preparative circuit.

The first invention includes a main body having a heat exchanger and a suction port, a panel for opening and closing the suction port, and taking in indoor air from the suction port and passing through the heat exchanger, and then heat from the blower outlet. A blower fan that blows out the exchanged air; and a wind direction changing blade that is disposed at the outlet and changes the direction of the blown air. A straight line connecting the lower end of the downstream end of the outlet and the other end of the wind direction changing blade is substantially brought into contact with the lower end of the downstream end of the outlet, and the lower end of the downstream end of the outlet is so as to be located in the same or upward thereof and a horizontal line passing the operating the air direction changing blade, one or open the top of the panel, close the bottom, so suppressing the air flowing into the suction port from the bottom to forward the entire panel from the main body In the heating operation mode, the wind direction changing blade is operated so that the main body side end of the wind direction changing blade is substantially in contact with the upper end of the downstream end of the outlet, and the panel The entire panel is spaced further forward than the cooling operation mode so that both the upper and lower parts of the fan are open . During cooling operation, the air flow blown from the outlet is effectively leveled without leaking downward. The air that can be directed upward and the air flowing into the suction port from the lower part of the panel is suppressed, so that a part of the blowout air does not flow into the suction port due to a short circuit, and during the heating operation, air blown from because they are guided downward by the air direction changing blade, since no cause short circuit, excellent air conditioner in cooling efficiency It can be provided in valence configuration.

In the second aspect of the invention, in particular, during the cooling operation mode of the first aspect of the invention, a straight line connecting the upper end of the downstream end of the blower outlet and the end opposite to the main body of the wind direction changing blade is The wind direction changing blades are operated so as to be located on the same side as the vertical line passing through the upper end of the section or on the downstream side of the vertical line, to ensure that the cold blowing air is blown obliquely downward. It can be prevented and does not cause discomfort to residents.

In the third invention, in particular, the wind direction changing blade of the first or second invention is configured with a curved surface, and in the cooling operation mode, the concave surface side of the wind direction changing blade faces upward, It can prevent more reliably that it blows off diagonally downward, and does not give a discomfort to a resident.

In the fourth aspect of the invention, in particular, the wind direction change blade according to any one of the first to third aspects is driven via the arm portion, and the wind direction in the vertical direction is controlled by the wind direction change blade. It can prevent more reliably that a cold blowing wind blows off diagonally downward, and does not give a discomfort to a resident.

In particular, the fifth invention includes the arm motor for rotating the arm portion of the fourth invention and the blade motor for rotating the wind direction changing blade, and reliably operates the wind direction changing blade. In addition, the direction, position, and inclination of the wind direction changing blade can be automatically changed in conjunction with the cooling / heating operation mode, and an air conditioner that is easy to use can be provided.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In addition, this invention is not limited by this embodiment.

(Embodiment 1)
The air conditioner in the 1st Embodiment of this invention is demonstrated using FIGS. 1-7. FIG. 1 is a longitudinal sectional view of the air conditioner according to the present embodiment, and FIG. 2 is a front view of the air conditioner. In addition, about the same part as a prior art example, the same code | symbol is attached | subjected and the detailed description is abbreviate | omitted.

  Inside the main body 10 a of the air conditioner 10, there are a heat exchanger 1, a blower fan 2, a water tray 3, and a diffuser 4. The heat exchanger 1 is disposed on the upstream side of the blower fan 2, and the water tray 3 is disposed on the lower end side of the heat exchanger 1. The diffuser 4 forms a ventilation path on the downstream side of the blower fan 2.

  A suction port 5 is formed on the upper front surface and the upper surface of the main body 10a of the air conditioner 10, and an air outlet 6 is formed from the lower front surface to the lower surface of the main body 10a.

  The heat exchanger 1 is disposed at a position facing the suction port 5, and a virtual surface surrounded by the downstream end 6 a of the diffuser 4 constitutes the air outlet 6.

  The air conditioner 10 includes a panel 20 that opens and closes a front suction port 5 and a wind direction changing blade 30 that opens and closes an air outlet 6. The wind direction changing blade 30 has a cross-sectional shape that describes an arc, with a curved concave surface formed on one surface and a curved convex surface formed on the other surface.

  The panel drive mechanism 21 is provided on the back side of the panel 20 and drives the panel 20 so as to open and close the suction port 5.

  In the state A where the panel 20 is closest to the suction port 5, the suction port 5 is closed, and in the state C where the panel 20 is farthest from the suction port 5, air flows into the suction port 5 from the outer peripheral portion of the panel 20. In the state B in which the panel 20 is in its intermediate position, air flowing into the suction port 5 from the lower end side of the panel 20 is blocked.

  One end of the arm portion 31 is rotatably held in the main body 10a of the air conditioner 10, and the wind direction changing blade 30 is rotatably held at the other end.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the arm part 31 is preferably composed of a first arm part 31a and a second arm part 31b. One end side of the first arm portion 31 a is rotatably held in the main body 10 a of the air conditioner 10. The other end side of the first arm portion 31a is rotatably connected to one end side of the second arm portion 31b. And the wind direction change blade | wing 30 is rotatably hold | maintained at the other end side of the 2nd arm part 31b. The wind direction changing blade 30 forms a rotation support portion 32 on the back surface on the main body 10a side of the air conditioner 10 when closed. The other end side of the second arm portion 31b and the rotation support portion 32 are rotatably connected.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the arm portions 31 are provided on both side portions of the main body 10 a of the air conditioner 10, and each arm portion 31 is connected by a connecting rod 33. Also, an arm motor 34 is disposed on the side of one arm 31. The turning force of the arm motor 34 is transmitted not only to one arm portion 31 but also to the arm portion 31 disposed on the other side via the connecting rod 33. A blade motor 35 is also arranged on the side of one arm 31. The blade motor 35 transmits its rotation to a rotation fulcrum between the other end side of the second arm portion 31 b and the rotation support portion 32 by a drive transmission mechanism (not shown), and the wind direction with respect to the arm portion 31. This is for rotating the change blade 30.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the rotation support portion 32 has a predetermined dimension from both ends of the wind direction changing blade 30 and is provided on both sides of the back surface of the wind direction changing blade 30. In FIG. 2, a pair of rotation support portions 32 is shown, but another rotation support portion 32 may be provided between the pair of rotation support portions 32 according to the length of the wind direction changing blade 30.

  The operation timing of the panel drive mechanism 21, the arm motor 34, and the blade motor 35 is controlled by an operation control unit (not shown).

  Although not shown, the air conditioner 10 includes an outdoor unit including a left-right airflow direction change blade and a heat exchanger temperature detector, and a compressor, an expander, an outdoor heat exchanger, and the like. ing.

  Next, the operation will be described with reference to FIGS. 3 to 7 are longitudinal sectional views showing the blowing operation of the air conditioner in the present embodiment.

  First, the operation of blowing the blowing air horizontally or upward will be described.

  The horizontal or upward blow in the present embodiment is a blow that carries blown air over the occupant's head to the far part of the room, and is mainly used for cold air blowing (cooling operation mode).

  FIG. 3 shows a state in which the operation of the air conditioner 10 is stopped, and FIG. 5 shows a horizontal or upward blowing state of the blowing air.

  The horizontal or upward blowing operation goes from the state shown in FIG. 3 to the state shown in FIG. 5 through the state shown in FIG.

  As shown in FIG. 3, in a state where the operation of the air conditioner 10 is stopped, the panel 20 and the wind direction changing blade 30 are both closed.

  When the blow direction is set to horizontal or upward blow (for example, cooling operation) and the operation of the air conditioner 10 is started, the panel 20 is moved from the suction port 5 by the operation of the panel drive mechanism 21 as shown in FIG. It operates in the direction of separation until the position and orientation of the panel 20 reaches the state B. Further, the arm portion 31 is operated by the arm driving motor 34 together with the panel drive mechanism 21, and the wind direction changing blade 30 is moved away from the air outlet 6.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 5, the wind direction changing blade 30 is rotated by the blade motor 35, and the end of the air direction changing blade 30 on the main body 10 a side of the air conditioner 10 is the downstream end 6 a of the outlet 6. Abuts on the lower end. In this manner, in the state shown in FIG. 5, horizontal or upward blowing is performed.

  In this state, the end of the wind direction changing blade 30 on the main body 10a side is in contact with the lower end of the downstream end 6a of the outlet 6 and substantially closes this portion, so that a part of the cold airflow is It does not flow downward from the part.

  Further, the straight line connecting the lower end of the downstream end 6a of the outlet 6 and the other end of the wind direction changing blade 30 (on the side opposite to the main body 10a) is the same as the horizontal line passing through the lower end of the downstream end 6a of the outlet 6. Since the air is blown out from the air outlet 6, the air blown from the air outlet 6 is guided horizontally or upward by the wind direction changing blade 30.

Further, a straight line connecting the upper end of the downstream end 6a of the air outlet 6 and the other end of the wind direction changing blade 30 (on the side opposite to the main body 10a) is a vertical line passing through the upper end of the downstream end 6a of the air outlet 6 The air blown out from the blowout port 6 is guided sufficiently horizontally or upward by the wind direction changing blade 30 because it is located at the same or downstream of the vertical line.

  Further, since the downstream end portion of the wind direction changing blade 30 is curved upward, it does not flow obliquely downward and is effectively guided horizontally or upward.

  With the above configuration, when air-conditioning, the air current is directed horizontally or upwards so that low-temperature blown air does not directly hit the occupant, and the room temperature has dropped sufficiently, or the room is too cold at bedtime. Various harmful effects can be avoided.

  Moreover, since the position of the panel 20 is in the state B and is closed by the lower end of the panel 20 above the blower outlet 6, that is, below the panel 20, a part of the air blown out from the blower outlet 6 is It can be prevented from being led to the suction port 5, and a short circuit can be eliminated.

  The air sucked into the main body 10a of the air conditioner 10 is introduced from the suction port 5 on the upper surface of the main body 10a of the air conditioner 10, and passes through the upper space of the panel 20 and the space on both sides, so 5 is introduced.

  The operation from the horizontal or upward blowing state to the stopped state is from the horizontal or upward blowing state shown in FIG. 5 to the stopped state shown in FIG. 3 through the state shown in FIG. Since each operation is an operation opposite to the operation from the stop state to the horizontal blowing state, the description is omitted.

  Next, the operation leading to the downward blowing will be described. The downward blow in the present embodiment is a blow for carrying blown air to the feet, and is mainly used for hot air blow (heating operation mode).

  FIG. 3 shows the operation stop state of the air conditioner 10 as described above, and FIG. 7 shows the downward blowing state.

  The downward blowing operation goes from the state shown in FIG. 3 to the state shown in FIG. 7 through the state shown in FIG. 4 and the state shown in FIG.

  The operation to reach the state shown in FIGS. 3 and 4 is the same as the horizontal or upward blowing described above, and thus the description thereof is omitted.

  After the state of FIG. 4, as shown in FIG. 6, the panel 20 moves to the state C which is the position farthest from the suction port 5 by the operation of the panel drive mechanism 21. On the other hand, the arm portion 31 is further driven by the arm motor 34 to move the wind direction changing blade 30 to the position farthest away from the outlet 6, and the wind direction changing blade 30 is rotated by the blade motor 35 at this position. Then, as shown in FIG. 7, the end of the wind direction changing blade 30 on the side opposite to the main body 10 a is brought close to or in contact with the upper end of the downstream end 6 a of the outlet 6.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 7, the arm portion 31 is operated by the arm portion motor 34, and the wind direction changing blade 30 is moved in the direction close to the air outlet 6, so that the wind direction changing blade 30 is on the side opposite to the main body 10 a. The end is brought into contact with or pressed against the upper end of the downstream end 6a of the outlet 6.

  As described above, the downward blowing is performed in the state shown in FIG.

The air blown out from the air outlet 6 is guided downward by the wind direction changing blade 30 and the downstream end of the wind direction changing blade 30 is curved toward the main body 10a, so that it does not flow obliquely downward. Can effectively send air down the room.

  Moreover, since the panel 20 is in the state C most spaced from the suction port 5 and the upper side of the air outlet 6, that is, the lower side of the panel 20 is not closed, the air sucked into the main body 10 a of the air conditioner 10 is 20 is introduced from the suction port 5 on the front surface of the main body 10a through not only the upper and both side portions but also the lower space. In addition, since the air blown out from the blower outlet 6 is guided downward by the wind direction changing blades 30, even if the air is not blocked by the panel 20, a part of the air blown out from the blower outlet 6 is absorbed into the suction inlet 5. There is no short circuit that is led to.

  Note that the operation from the lower blowing state to the stopped state proceeds from the lower blowing state shown in FIG. 7 to the stopped state shown in FIG. 3 through the state shown in FIG. 6 and the state shown in FIG. Since each operation is an operation opposite to the operation from the stop state to the downward blowing state, the description is omitted.

  According to the above embodiment, the wind direction control suitable for the operation mode of the air conditioner 10 can be realized by the positional relationship between the wind direction changing blade 30 and the blowout port 6, and the blowout air is not sucked from the suction port 5. Therefore, it is possible to reliably prevent a short circuit and perform an operation with high air conditioning efficiency.

  The air conditioner of the present invention can surely prevent a short circuit to a suction port of blown air, and can be widely applied to an air purifier having a dehumidifying and dust removing function in addition to indoor air conditioning.

The longitudinal cross-sectional view of the air conditioner in Embodiment 1 of this invention Front view of the air conditioner A longitudinal sectional view showing the air conditioner in a stopped state Longitudinal sectional view showing blowing operation of the air conditioner Longitudinal sectional view showing horizontal or upward blowing state of the air conditioner Longitudinal sectional view showing blowing operation of the air conditioner A longitudinal sectional view showing the downward blowing operation of the air conditioner Vertical section of a conventional air conditioner

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Heat exchanger 2 Blower fan 5 Suction port 6 Outlet 6a Downstream side end 10 Air conditioner 10a Main body 20 Panel 21 Panel drive mechanism 30 Wind direction change blade 31 Arm part 32 Rotation support part 33 Connecting rod 34 Arm part motor

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  1. A main body with a built-in heat exchanger and having a suction port, a panel for opening and closing the suction port, and after taking in indoor air from the suction port and passing through the heat exchanger, the heat-exchanged air is blown out from the blower outlet. a blowing fan having a wind direction changing blades to change the direction of air blown out is disposed in the air outlet, in the cooling operation mode, the downstream end of the body-side end portion of the air direction changing blade the air outlet A straight line connecting the lower end of the downstream end of the outlet and the other end of the wind direction changing blade is the same as a horizontal line passing through the lower end of the downstream end of the outlet or so as to be positioned thereabove, to operate the air direction changing blade, one or open the top of the panel, close the bottom, so as to suppress the air flowing from the lower to the suction port, entire panel Is spaced forward from the body, In the cell operation mode, the wind direction changing blade is operated so that the main body side end of the wind direction changing blade is substantially in contact with the upper end of the downstream end of the outlet, and the upper portion of the panel is An air conditioner characterized in that the entire panel is spaced further forward than in the cooling operation mode so that the lower portions are opened together .
  2. During the cooling operation mode, the straight line connecting the upper end of the downstream end of the outlet and the opposite end of the wind direction changing blade is the same as the vertical line passing through the upper end of the downstream end of the outlet, or The air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the wind direction changing blade is operated so as to be located on the downstream side of the vertical line.
  3. The air conditioner according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the wind direction changing blade is configured by a curved surface, and the concave side of the wind direction changing blade is directed upward in the cooling operation mode.
  4. The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the wind direction changing blade is driven via an arm portion, and the wind direction in the vertical direction is controlled by the wind direction changing blade.
  5. The air conditioner according to claim 4, further comprising: an arm motor for rotating the arm portion; and a blade motor for rotating the wind direction changing blade.
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