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JP6538119B2
JP6538119B2 JP2017130638A JP2017130638A JP6538119B2 JP 6538119 B2 JP6538119 B2 JP 6538119B2 JP 2017130638 A JP2017130638 A JP 2017130638A JP 2017130638 A JP2017130638 A JP 2017130638A JP 6538119 B2 JP6538119 B2 JP 6538119B2
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  TECHNICAL FIELD The present invention relates to an air conditioner provided with an air wing that can move to a position facing an outlet and can avoid a draft feeling caused by direct impact of conditioned air.
  The air conditioner installed on the ceiling surface of the room is provided with a panel called a ceiling panel, a decorative panel or the like at the lower part of the unit body, and a suction port for sucking room air in the central part of the panel body A plurality of outlets for blowing conditioned air around the mouth are configured to open downward. A plurality of outlets are generally provided in one, two or four directions around the inlet in the case of a broad area, and a wind direction louver for adjusting the outlet direction of the conditioned air to each outlet is rotated via a motor It is provided freely and the wind direction can be adjusted in any direction.
  However, although the wind direction louver is provided at the outlet as described above to make it possible to adjust the blowing direction of the conditioned air, the air conditioned wind directly strikes the person under the outlet depending on the angle of the louver etc. Sometimes I felt a feeling. In such a case, a drafting can be avoided by additionally installing a blade member (hereinafter referred to as an air wing) for blocking the air conditioning wind and changing the wind direction at a position facing the outlet with respect to the panel body as an optional part. Measures have been taken.
  Further, in Patent Document 1, since the width is narrow with a normal wind direction control plate and the draft feeling to the person under the outlet can not be sufficiently suppressed, the first arm provided with one end rotatably on the panel main body A second arm is rotatably provided on the other end side of the second arm via a connecting portion, and a wide wind direction control louver is fixed to the tip of the second arm, and a stopper for restricting the rotation of the first arm is provided. The wide wind direction control louver is raised by the first arm and the second arm, the outlet is closed and the position stored in the panel surface, and the first arm and the second arm are extended downward to blow out the wind direction louver It is disclosed that it is lowered to a position opposite to the mouth and is movable between a position for controlling the wind direction and the position to control the wind direction.
JP, 2010-32062, A
  However, if the Air Wing is additionally installed as an optional item, not only must the Air Wing be purchased separately, but once installed on the panel body, it will be mounted at a high position near the ceiling There was a problem that the direction could not be easily changed. In addition, since the air wing always falls downward from the surface of the panel body by installing the air wing, the appearance of the panel body and the ceiling surface may be impaired.
  On the other hand, since the thing of patent document 1 is set as the structure which gives priority to suppression of a draft feeling, wind direction control in the case of wanting to obtain a draft feeling positively and wind direction control in the case of wanting to suppress a draft feeling are compatible. Not only does not make it difficult for the user to make an arbitrary selection according to the user's preference, but also tends to generate a twist easily because the link mechanism vertically moves both ends of the wind direction control louver. There is a problem that it is difficult to guarantee the operation for a long time.
  The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and can achieve both wind direction control by a dedicated louver and suppression of draft feeling at the louver position, as well as having a simple configuration and smooth operability. An object of the present invention is to provide an air conditioner equipped with an air wing that can ensure the design of the exterior and the exterior.
In order to solve the above-mentioned subject, the air conditioner of the present invention adopts the following means.
That is, the air conditioner according to the present invention, the air conditioning air blowing port provided in the panel body, rotatably provided in said air outlet, a louver for adjusting the blowing direction of the conditioned air, the panel It is arranged on the outside of the outlet of the main body and is rotatable between a storage position which is flush with the panel main body and a louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. comprising an air wing is, a rotating mechanism for rotating the air wings in between the louver direction position and the storage position, the on air wing, facing the conditioned air Ru blown out in the louver direction A wing portion is provided which protrudes to a position to block the conditioned air, and the wing portion is flush with the panel main body when the air wing is in the storage position .
According to the present invention, on the outside of the outlet provided in the panel main body, rotation is performed between the storage position flush with the panel main body and the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. A movable air wing is disposed, and the air wing is selectively pivotable between two positions of the storage position and the louver direction position by the pivoting mechanism, so that the blowout from the outlet by the louver position In some cases, the conditioned air flow directly strikes the person in the lower part and gives a draft feeling, but in such a case, a louver that faces the conditioned air blown out from the air wing is disposed outside the air outlet. A sense of draft can be reduced by turning to the directional position and interrupting and changing the flow of the conditioned air in the louver direction. Also, if you do not feel a draft feeling or want to get a draft feeling positively, turn the air wing to the storage position and store it, making it flush with the panel main body, and making it assimilate together It can be stored. Therefore, the use and non-use of the air wing can be arbitrarily selected, the discomfort due to the draft feeling can be easily eliminated and the air conditioning feeling can be improved, and the air wing can be integrated with the panel body integrally when not in use. By storing them, the design can be maintained. In addition, it is possible to achieve both wind direction control by a dedicated louver and suppression of the draft feeling at the louver position.
The air conditioner of the present invention, in the above air conditioner, the on air wing is provided with a pair of arm portions integrally provided on both end portions of the front Symbol wing, said pair of arms each section is provided outside the longitudinal ends of the louver, when the air wing is in the storage position, the pair of arm portions is made flush with the panel body.
In the air conditioner according to the present invention, in the above-described air conditioner, the air wing is A wing portion and the pair of arm portions are disposed to surround the louver.
In the air conditioner according to the present invention, in the above-described air conditioner, the wing portion may It forms a part of each side of the flannel body.
In the air conditioner according to the present invention, in the above-described air conditioner, the air wing is It has a gate-like shape formed by the wing portion and the pair of arm portions.

  In the air conditioner according to the present invention, in the air conditioner described above, when the air wing is pivoted to the storage position, the wing unit is positioned along the wing unit, and A sub wing is provided which is self-supporting at a position opposed to the conditioned air when it is rotated to the opposite louver direction position.
  According to the present invention, when the air wing is pivoted to the storage position in the wing portion, the wing portion is positioned along the wing portion, and when pivoted to the louver direction position facing the air conditioning wind, the air wing faces the air conditioning wind. Since the sub-wing that is self-supporting at the position is provided, the sub-wing must stand against the conditioned air when the wing is turned to the louver direction position regardless of the turning angle of the air wing itself. Therefore, the flow of the conditioned air can be reliably blocked, and when the wing portion is turned to the storage position, the position along the wing portion does not become an obstacle for storage, and hence the air The effect of reducing the feeling of drafting by the wings can be ensured.
  Furthermore, in the air conditioner according to the present invention, in the air conditioner according to any one of the above, the panel main body is provided with a plurality of the outlets, and the air wings are disposed corresponding to the respective outlets. It is characterized in that it is configured as follows.
  According to the present invention, the panel main body is provided with a plurality of outlets, and the air wings are arranged corresponding to the respective outlets, so for example, they are provided in two or four directions. The air wing can be individually functioned with respect to the conditioned air blown out from any of the plurality of outlets, and the draft feeling can be reduced. Therefore, even when the user is below any of the plurality of outlets, the draft feeling can be selectively reduced or eliminated.
  Furthermore, the air conditioner of the present invention is characterized in that, in the above-described air conditioner, the air wings are individually turnable by the turning mechanisms provided independently of each other.
  According to the present invention, since the air wings are individually pivotable by the pivoting mechanisms provided independently of each other, any one of the blowout ports is different because the louver positions of the plurality of blowout ports are different. Even when the conditioned air blown out from the room gives a draft feeling, the air wings arranged corresponding to the outlet are individually turned by the independent turning mechanism to be in a predetermined louver direction position be able to. Therefore, even in the air conditioner in which the louvers provided at the plurality of outlets are individually rotatable, the air wings are individually rotated corresponding to the respective louver positions, and a draft feel as necessary Can be reduced or eliminated.
  Furthermore, in the air conditioner according to the present invention, in any of the above-described air conditioners, when the rotation command is output to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air, the air wing is It is characterized in that it is configured to be rotatable to a position corresponding to the position of the louver.
  According to the present invention, the air wing is configured to be rotatable to a position corresponding to the position of the louver via the rotation mechanism when the rotation command is output to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air. Therefore, when trying to reduce the draft feeling by turning the air wing, the air wing is surely turned to a position corresponding to the turning position of the louver, and it faces the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction. The air wing can be positioned in position. Therefore, regardless of the rotational position of the louver, by rotating the air wing to a position corresponding to the louver position, it is possible to reliably obtain a reduction or elimination effect of the draft feeling.
  Furthermore, in the air conditioner according to the present invention, in any of the above-described air conditioners, the turning mechanism can rotate in the forward and reverse directions provided near the turning fulcrum on one end side of the air wing on the panel main body side Actuator, a reel provided on the output shaft of the actuator, one end connected to the reel for winding and unwinding, and the other end being the panel body side position corresponding to one end of the air wing, One end of the air wing, the other end of the air wing, and the other end of the air wing via a wire guide provided at the panel body side corresponding to the other end of the air wing It is characterized in that it is a wire type rotation mechanism consisting of a wire connected in the vicinity of the rotation support point of the above.
  According to the present invention, the pivoting mechanism includes an actuator capable of rotating in the forward and reverse directions provided near the pivot point on one end side of the air wing, a reel provided on the output shaft thereof, and one end connected to the reel A wire type rotation mechanism comprising a wire which can be wound and fed out, and the other end of which is connected near the pivot on the other end side of the air wing via a wire guide provided at each predetermined position; Therefore, the actuator is rotated forward or reversely, and the air wing is raised or lowered with the rotation fulcrum as a fulcrum via the wire wound or fed out by the reel to turn it into the storage position or the louver direction position. Can move. Therefore, both ends of the air wing, which is horizontally elongated along the outlet, can be simultaneously lifted or suspended by one wire, and can be smoothly rotated to the storage position or the louver direction position, so that the movable reliability can be improved. While being able to ensure, a rotation mechanism can be reduced in number of parts, simplification of a structure, and cost reduction can be carried out.
  Furthermore, in the air conditioner according to the present invention, in any of the above-described air conditioners, the turning mechanism is extended in the longitudinal direction of the air wing, and both ends thereof turn with respect to the panel main body. It is characterized in that it is a gear type pivoting mechanism comprising a freely supported rotating shaft, an actuator capable of rotating in forward and reverse directions, and a gear mechanism for transmitting the rotation of the actuator to the rotating shaft.
  According to the present invention, the rotation mechanism is extended in the longitudinal direction of the air wing, and both ends thereof are rotatably supported with respect to the panel main body, the rotary shaft, the actuator capable of rotating in forward and reverse directions, and the actuator Since it is a gear type rotation mechanism consisting of a gear mechanism that transmits the rotation of the shaft to the rotation shaft, the actuator is rotated forward and reverse, and the rotation shaft is rotated via the gear mechanism (reduction gear mechanism). Both ends of the air wing can be simultaneously rotated to the storage position or the louver direction position via one rotation shaft via the rotation shaft. Therefore, both ends of the horizontally elongated air wing along the outlet can be smoothly and simultaneously pivoted to the storage position or the louver direction position via one rotation shaft, and the reliability can be moved over a long period of time It is possible to secure the sex.
  According to the present invention, the conditioned air blown out from the outlet by the louver position may directly hit the person located below and give a draft feeling, but in such a case, the air wing disposed outside the outlet is used. By rotating to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet and changing the flow of the conditioned air in the louver direction, it is possible to reduce the draft feeling. Also, if you do not feel a draft feeling or want to get a draft feeling positively, turn the air wing to the storage position and store it so that it is flush with the panel body and integrated with it. As it can be stored, the use and non-use of the air wing can be arbitrarily selected, the unpleasant feeling due to the draft feeling can be eliminated easily and the air conditioning feeling can be improved, and the air wing can be paneled when not in use. The design can be maintained by integrating and storing the main body integrally. In addition, it is possible to achieve both wind direction control by a dedicated louver and suppression of the draft feeling at the louver position.
It is the perspective view of the state which fractured | ruptured one part which looked at the air conditioner concerning 1st Embodiment of this invention from the downward direction. It is a perspective view in the state where the air wing provided in the panel main part of the above-mentioned air conditioner was made into a storing position. It is a perspective view in the state where the air wing provided in the panel body of the above-mentioned air conditioner was made into the direction of a louver. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the storage position which looked at the actuator installation part of the wire type rotation mechanism of the above-mentioned air wing from the inner surface side. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the louver direction position which looked at the actuator installation part of the wire type rotation mechanism of the above-mentioned air wing from the inner surface side. It is a perspective view of the state which made the accommodation position the air wing which shows the arrangement configuration of the above-mentioned wire type rotation mechanism. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the storage position which looked at the said wire type | formula rotation mechanism from diagonally downward. It is a perspective view in the state where the air wing which looked at the above-mentioned wire type rotation mechanism from diagonally downward was made into a louver direction position. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view showing the positional relationship when the air wing is in the storage position and the louver is in the closed position. It is sectional drawing which shows the positional relationship when making the said louver into a horizontal blowing position and making an air wing into the louver direction position. It is sectional drawing which shows the positional relationship when making the said louver into a downward blowing position and making an air wing into the louver direction position. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the storage position which looked at the actuator installation part of the gear type rotation mechanism concerning a 2nd embodiment of the present invention from the lower part. It is a perspective view in the state where the air wing which looked at the actuator installation part of the above-mentioned gear type rotation mechanism from the bottom was made into a louver direction position. It is the perspective view (A) of the state which made the accommodation position the air wing which shows the arrangement configuration of the said gear type rotation mechanism, and an expansion perspective view (B) of a sub wing installation part. It is a perspective view of a state where an air wing showing an arrangement configuration of the above-mentioned gear type turning mechanism is in a louver direction position. It is an exploded perspective view showing an actuator and gear mechanism of the above-mentioned gear type rotation mechanism. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the accommodation position by the actuator of the above-mentioned gear type rotation mechanism. It is a perspective view of the state which made the air wing the louver direction position by the actuator of the above-mentioned gear type rotation mechanism.
Hereinafter, embodiments according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
First Embodiment
Hereinafter, a first embodiment of the present invention will be described using FIGS. 1 to 11.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the air conditioner according to the present embodiment, as viewed obliquely from below and partially broken away. FIG. 2 shows an air wing provided in the panel main body as a storage position. FIG. 3 shows a perspective view of the air wing in the louver direction position. The air conditioner 1 here is, as shown in FIG. 1, an air conditioner of the type installed on the ceiling surface of the room, and blows out in four directions of the panel main body 3 provided at the lower part of the unit main body 2 The air conditioner 1 of the structure in which the opening 14 was provided is illustrated.
  The unit main body 2 is a box of tetragonal shape which is installed in a ceiling and opened at the lower side, and is bent in a square shape which is disposed so as to surround the turbo fan 4 installed at a central portion of the inside The heat exchanger 5 being formed, the drain pan 6 disposed in the lower part of the heat exchanger 5, the blowoff air path 7 formed between the peripheral wall of the drain pan 6 and the inner peripheral surface of the unit body 2; A bell mouth 8 or the like disposed on the suction side of the turbo fan 4 is provided. The air conditioner 1 is connected to the outdoor unit via two refrigerant pipes 9 and an electric wiring 10, each of which includes a liquid pipe and a gas pipe.
  A ceiling panel installed so as to cover the lower surface of the unit body 2 and a panel body 3 also called a decorative panel are panels having a substantially square shape, and an opening (suction port) for sucking room air at a central portion 11 is provided, and a suction grill 12 is installed at the suction port 11 thereof. The suction grille 12 has an air filter (not shown) installed on the inner surface side of the grille, and the panel body 3 is connected to the wire body 13 via a lifting motor or the like (not shown) to replace or clean the air filter. It is installed so that it can be lowered to near the floor of the room. In order to automatically clean the air filter, an air filter automatic cleaning mechanism may be incorporated.
  Further, the panel body 3 is provided with outlets 14 respectively in four directions corresponding to the four sides of the panel body 3 so as to surround the inlet 11 of the room air, and heat is supplied from each outlet 14 Air cooled or heated by the exchanger 5 is blown out into the room as conditioned air. A louver 15 for adjusting the blowing direction (air direction) of the conditioned air is rotatably installed at each of the four directions of the outlets 14, and an actuator (motor) 16 (see FIG. 12 etc.) is provided. It is designed to be individually and independently rotated.
  Furthermore, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, in the panel main body 3, a storage position (position in FIG. 2) which is disposed outside the outlets 14 and is flush with the panel main body 3, and the outlets An air wing 17 is provided so as to be rotatable between the conditioned air blown out from 14 and the louver direction position (position shown in FIG. 3). The air wing 17 is a flat plate-like member that intercepts the air conditioning wind and changes the wind direction by projecting it in the louver direction position facing the air outlet 14, and the air conditioning air blown out from each air outlet 14 is for a person located below. It is intended to reduce or eliminate the feeling of drafting due to direct hit.
  The air wings 17 project at positions facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlets 14 in the louver direction to block the conditioned air, and arm portions integrally provided at both ends of the wings 18 The base end portion of the arm portion 19 is rotatably supported relative to the panel main body 3 via a support shaft 20 (see FIG. 6 and the like), It is made rotatable between two positions of the stored position and the louver direction position. Hereinafter, the specific configuration of the air wing 17 will be described in detail with reference to FIGS. 4 to 11.
  The wing portion 18 and the arm portion 19 of the air wing 17 form a part of the panel body 3, and when the air wing 17 is turned to the storage position shown in FIG. It is designed to be flush with the surface (bottom surface) of the The wing portion 18 is a flat member made of resin having a length equal to that of the outlet 14 and disposed along the outer side thereof and having a certain width dimension which forms a part of each side of the panel main body 3. An arm 19 having a width smaller than that of the wing 18 is integrally formed at both ends thereof. Ribs are integrally formed on the back side of the wing portion 18 and both arm portions 19 so as to secure the strength and rigidity of each.
  In addition, a support shaft 20 that supports the air wing 17 rotatably with respect to the panel main body 3 is integrally provided at base ends of the two arm portions 19. Furthermore, the base end side of the wing portion 18 is rotatably supported on the inner end edge side of the wing portion 18, and the outer end side is along the back surface of the wing portion 18 when the air wing 17 is turned to the storage position. The sub wing is in the storage position (see FIG. 9), and when the air wing 17 is pivoted to the louver direction position, the outer end side is self-supporting upward and pivots to a position blocking the conditioned air (see FIGS. 10 and 11). 21 is provided.
  In this sub wing 21, since the support shafts 22 at both ends are rotatably supported by the bearing portion 23 provided in the wing portion 18 and the wire 29 is rotated in the louver direction position, as described later. Because the air wing 17 is suspended by its own weight, the outer end side from the wing portion 18 is made to stand on the upper side when the air wing 17 is suspended by its own weight because it is hung, hung or lifted. As in the second embodiment described later, the coil spring 24 may be provided to turn and bias in a self-supporting direction.
  The air wing 17 has a storage position (position shown in FIG. 2) that is flush with the panel body 3 via the rotation mechanism 25 and a louver direction position (position shown in FIG. 3) facing air conditioning air blown out from the outlet 14. It is pivotable between two positions. The pivoting mechanism 25 includes an actuator (motor) 27 fixedly disposed on the panel body 3 side and a reel secured to the output shaft of the actuator 27 at a position near the pivot point of one arm 19 of the air wing 17. 28 and a wire 29 which can be wound and fed out by being connected to the reel 28 at one end.
  The other end of the wire 29 is the panel main body 3 side position along the arm portion 19, the panel main body 3 side position immediately above the one end portion of the wing portion 18, the one end portion position of the sub wing 21, the other end of the sub wing 21 Of the air wing 17 on the other end side via the plurality of wire guides 30 to 34 respectively installed on the side of the panel main body 3 directly above the position of the panel 18 corresponding to the other end of the wing 18 It is connected and fixed at a position near the fulcrum.
  The rotation mechanism 25 is a wire type that suspends or lifts the outer end side of the air wing 17 and rotates by extending or winding the wire 29 through the reel 28 rotated forward and reverse by the actuator 27. The end of the air wing 17 can be simultaneously rotated smoothly between two positions, the storage position and the louver direction position, by feeding or winding a single wire 29. It is.
  The rotation mechanism 25 corresponds to each air wing 17 so that the four sets of air wings 17 provided corresponding to the outlets 14 in four directions can be independently rotated individually. A set is provided. Two sets of actuators 27 and reels 28 are disposed opposite to each other at two positions on four diagonal directions of the four sets of rotation mechanisms 25, and they are used as common lid members (not shown). The structure is designed to prevent entry of animals and insects or entry of dust from the ceiling by covering with the
  Further, each turning mechanism 25 operates the air wing 17 selected by the user to reduce or eliminate the draft feeling, so when the remote control is turned ON, the actuator 27 of the turning mechanism 25 corresponding to the air wing 17 The air wing 17 is lowered by its own weight by rotating the reel 28 in the feeding direction of the wire 29 so that the air wing 17 is pivoted to the louver direction position opposite to the blowing direction of the conditioned air adjusted by the louver 15 It is supposed to be configured. That is, each turning mechanism 25 detects the turning position of the actuator 16 (see FIG. 12 etc.) for turning the louver 15 when the remote control is turned ON, and turns the air wing 17 to the louver direction position corresponding to that position. It is configured to move.
  Thus, for example, as shown in FIG. 10, when the louver 15 is in the horizontal blowout position, the air wing 17 is rotated to the louver direction position corresponding to that position, and the self-supporting sub wing 21 is in the louver direction. By interrupting and changing the flow of conditioned air to reduce the draft feeling, and as shown in FIG. 11, when the louver 15 is in the downward blowing position, the air wing 17 corresponds to that position. By rotating to the louver direction position and the self-supporting sub wing 21 intercepts and changes the flow of the conditioned air in the louver direction, the draft feeling can be reduced or eliminated.
  On the other hand, when the user does not feel the draft feeling due to the air conditioning wind or wants to obtain the draft feeling positively, the actuator 27 of the turning mechanism 25 is reversely rotated by turning the remote control OFF, and the reel 28 is made of By rotating in the winding direction to wind the wire 29 and lifting the air wing 17, as shown in FIG. 9, the air wing 17 can be pivoted to the stored position flush with the surface of the panel main body 3. It is supposed to be.
According to the configuration described above, according to the present embodiment, the following effects can be obtained.
When the air conditioner 1 is in operation, the room air is sucked into the unit body 2 through the suction grille 12 and the bell mouth 8 from the suction port 11 of the panel body 3 as the turbo fan 4 is rotated. The air blown out in the centrifugal direction from the turbofan 4 in the unit body 2 is heat-exchanged with the refrigerant in the process of passing through the heat exchanger 5 disposed around the turbofan 4, and is cooled or heated to adjust the temperature After being blown, the air is blown out into the room from the blowout air passage 7 and the blowout ports 14 provided in the four directions of the panel main body 3 and the room is air conditioned.
  The conditioned air blown out from the outlet 14 of the panel body 3 into the room can be adjusted by the louver 15 provided at the outlet 14 and the actuator (motor) 16 can be adjusted via the remote control according to the user's setting. The blowing direction can be adjusted by driving (see FIG. 12) and changing the louver angle in any direction. The angle of the louver 15 can be individually and independently changed by the remote controller via the actuator 16 for each outlet 14, so that the user can arbitrarily set the angle and adjust the outlet direction.
  It is generally recommended that the air-conditioning air blow out in the horizontal direction during cooling and downward in heating. However, depending on the angle of the louver 15 and the location under the air conditioner 1, the air-conditioned air may The draft feel from hitting directly may cause discomfort. Such a draft feeling can be solved to some extent by changing the angle of the louver 15, but there is also an influence on the overall air conditioning feeling, so simply changing the angle of the louver 15 eliminates all the draft feeling It is difficult.
  However, according to the present embodiment, the storage position which is flush with the panel main body 3 and the outlet 14 outside the outlet 14 opened downward in the panel main body 3 separately from the louver 15, and the outlet 14 An air wing 17 which is pivotable between the louver direction position opposed to the conditioned air blown out is disposed, and the air wing 17 is at two positions of a storage position and a louver direction position by the rotation mechanism 25. Since the air conditioning air blown out from the outlet 14 at the louver position directly touches a person present downward because it is selectively rotatable between the air wings 17 from the outlet 14 A sense of draft can be reduced by making the louver direction position opposite to the air-conditioned air to be blown out, and interrupting and changing the flow of the air-conditioned air in the louver direction.
  Also, if you do not feel a draft feeling or want to get a draft feeling positively, turn the air wing 17 to the storage position and store it, making it flush with the panel main body 3 and integrated with one another Can be stored. Therefore, the use and non-use of the air wing 17 can be arbitrarily selected, the unpleasant feeling due to the draft feeling can be easily eliminated and the air conditioning feeling can be improved, and the air wing 17 can be used as the panel body 3 when not in use. By integrating and storing them together, design can be maintained. In addition, it is possible to achieve both wind direction control by a dedicated louver and suppression of the draft feeling at the louver position.
  Furthermore, the air wing 17 is integrally provided at both ends with a wing portion 18 facing the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction and blocking the blowout in the louver direction, and the base end portion rotates to the panel main body 3 side Since it is configured to include the arm portion 19 supported freely, the wing portion 18 is pivoted to the louver direction position through the arm portion 19 rotatably supported on the panel main body 3 side, and the blowout is performed. The flow of the conditioned air can be blocked and changed by projecting the air to the position facing the conditioned air that is blown out from the port 14 in the louver direction. Therefore, while the air direction control function by the louver 15 provided in the outlet 14 is maintained, the drafting feeling is selectively reduced or eliminated by turning the air wing 17 to the louver direction position as necessary. Can.
  In addition, when the air wing 17 is rotated to the storage position relative to the wing portion 18, the air wing 17 is positioned along the wing portion 18 and is rotated to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air. The sub wing 21 which self-supports in the position facing air conditioned wind is considered as composition provided. For this reason, regardless of the turning angle of the air wing 17 itself, when the wing portion 18 is turned to the louver direction position, the flow of the conditioned air is assured by the sub wing 21 standing by itself at the position facing the conditioned air. The sub wing 21 is positioned along the wing portion 18 when the wing portion 18 is pivoted to the storage position, and there is no obstruction of storage, and drafting by the air wing 17 is possible. The effect of reducing the feeling can be reliably ensured.
  Further, in the present embodiment, since the outlets 14 are provided in the four directions of the panel main body 3 and the air wings 17 are disposed corresponding to the respective outlets 14, for example, one direction, two The draft feeling can be reduced by individually operating the air wings 17 with respect to the conditioned air blown out from any one of the plurality of outlets 14 provided in the direction or the four directions. . Therefore, even when the user is below any of the plurality of outlets 14, the feeling of draft can be selectively reduced or eliminated.
  Furthermore, the air wings 17 are individually pivotable by pivot mechanisms 25 provided independently of one another. For this reason, even if the conditioned air blown out from any of the outlets 14 gives a draft feeling by being different in the louver position of the plurality of outlets 14, it is disposed corresponding to the outlets 14 The air wings 17 can be individually turned by the independent turning mechanism 25 to be in a predetermined louver direction position. Therefore, even in the air conditioner 1 in which the louvers 15 provided in the plurality of outlets 14 are individually rotatable, the air wings 17 are individually rotated corresponding to each louver position, and the air conditioner 1 is necessary. Accordingly, the feeling of draft can be reduced or eliminated.
  Further, the air wing 17 is configured to be rotatable to a position corresponding to the position of the louver 15 via the rotation mechanism 25 when a rotation instruction is output to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air. Therefore, when the air wing 17 is turned to reduce the draft, the air wing 17 is surely turned to the position corresponding to the turning position of the louver 15, and the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction The air wings 17 can be positioned at opposite positions. Therefore, regardless of the rotational position of the louver 15, by rotating the air wing 17 to a position corresponding to the louver position, it is possible to surely obtain a reduction or elimination effect of the draft feeling.
  Furthermore, in the present embodiment, the pivoting mechanism 25 is an actuator (motor) 27 capable of rotating in the forward and reverse directions provided near the pivot point on one end side of the air wing 17 and a reel 28 provided on the output shaft thereof. And one end is connected to the reel 28 so as to be wound and fed out, and the other end is near the pivot point on the other end side of the air wing 17 via the wire guides 30 to 34 respectively provided at predetermined positions. And a wire-type rotation mechanism 25 consisting of a wire 29 connected thereto.
  For this reason, the storage position or the louver direction position is achieved by rotating the actuator 27 forward or reverse and lifting or lowering the air wing 17 with the rotation fulcrum as a fulcrum via the wire 29 wound or fed out by the reel 28. Can be turned. By this, both ends of the air wing 17 which is horizontally elongated along the outlet 14 can be simultaneously lifted or suspended by one wire 29, and can be smoothly rotated to the storage position or the louver direction position, and the movable As a result, the number of parts of the rotation mechanism 25 can be reduced, the configuration can be simplified, and the cost can be reduced.
Second Embodiment
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described using FIG. 12 to FIG.
The present embodiment is different from the above-described first embodiment in the configuration of a pivoting mechanism 40 that pivots the air wing 17. The other points are the same as in the first embodiment, and thus the description thereof is omitted.
As shown in FIGS. 12 and 13, the pivoting mechanism 40 according to the present embodiment is disposed on the side of the panel main body 3 adjacent to an actuator (motor) 16 that pivots the louver 15 provided in each outlet 14. It is rotatably supported by the panel main body 3 via the support portion 43 in the vicinity of the base end portions of the installed forward and reverse rotatable actuators (motors) 41 and the both-ends arms 19 of the air wing 17. And a gear mechanism (a reduction gear) for transmitting the rotation of the actuator 41 to the rotation shaft 42 and the rotation shaft 42 connected via the link arm 44 near the base end portions of the both-ends arms 19 rotatably supported via the It is considered as a gear type rotation mechanism comprising a mechanism 45.
  Four sets of gear type turning mechanisms 40 are provided corresponding to the air wings 17 provided for each outlet 14, and each air wing 17 is independently turned independently, and the storage position and the louver direction position It is selectively pivotable between two positions. Further, the rotating shaft 42 extends in the length direction of the air wing 17 so as to simultaneously rotate the arm portions 19 at both ends of the air wing 17, and the both ends are rotatably supported relative to the panel main body 3 And an axis that can be turned at the same time.
  In the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 14 and FIG. 15, the sub wings 21 provided in the wing portion 18 of each air wing 17 have bearing shafts 22 on both ends provided in the wing portion 18 , And is always biased in a self-supporting direction via a coil spring 24 interposed between the wing portion 18 side and the sub wing 21 side at, for example, three locations in the length direction It is set up to be
  Thus, also in the present embodiment, the rotation mechanism 40 is extended in the longitudinal direction of the air wing 17, and the rotation shaft 42 whose both ends are rotatably supported with respect to the panel main body 3, and positive Since it is a gear type rotation mechanism comprising an actuator 41 capable of reverse rotation and a gear mechanism 45 for transmitting the rotation of the actuator 41 to the rotation shaft 42, the actuator 41 is rotated forward and reverse to Mechanism) By rotating the rotating shaft 42 via the rotation shaft 45, both arm portions 19 of the air wing 17 are simultaneously rotated via the rotating shaft 42 to the storage position or the louver direction position via the single rotation shaft 42. can do.
  Also by this, both ends of the air wing 17 which is horizontally elongated along the outlet 14 can be simultaneously and smoothly rotated to the storage position or the louver direction position via the single rotation shaft 42, and it is possible to The same operational effects as those of the first embodiment can be obtained such that movable reliability can be ensured throughout.
  The present invention is not limited to the invention according to the above-described embodiment, and appropriate modifications can be made without departing from the scope of the invention. For example, in the above embodiment, an example of the air conditioner 1 in which the outlets 14 provided with the louvers 15 are provided in four directions of the panel main body 3 and the air wings 17 are disposed corresponding to the respective outlets 14 has been described. However, it goes without saying that the invention can be similarly applied to an air conditioner or the like in which the outlets 14 are provided in two directions.
In addition, since the air wing 17 is placed in the blowout air path and is cooled by cold air at the time of cooling, occurrence of dew condensation is predicted by contact with indoor air, so condensation is prevented as necessary. You may paste the insulation for.
Furthermore, the actuator 16 for the louver 15 and the actuators 27 and 41 for the air wing 17 may be shared, and the louver 15 and the air wing 17 may be rotatable by the common actuator via the link mechanism.
REFERENCE SIGNS LIST 1 air conditioner 3 panel body 14 outlet 15 louver 17 air wing 18 wing portion 19 arm portion 20 support shaft 21 sub wing 22 support shaft 23 shaft support portion 25, 40 rotation mechanism 27, 41 actuator (motor)
28 Reel 29 Wire 30, 31, 32, 33, 34 Wire Guide 42 Rotation Axis 44 Link Arm 45 Gear Mechanism

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  1. Air conditioning air outlet provided in the panel body,
    A louver which is rotatably provided at the outlet and adjusts the outlet direction of the conditioned air;
    It is disposed between the storage position which is disposed on the outer side of the outlet of the panel main body and is flush with the panel main body, and rotates between the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. With the Air Wing, which is considered free,
    A pivoting mechanism for pivoting the air wing between the storage position and the louver directional position;
    The air wing is provided with a wing portion protruding at a position opposite to the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction to block the conditioned air.
    The wing portion is flush with the panel body when the air wing is in the storage position;
    The air wing is provided with a pair of arm portions integrally provided at both ends of the wing portion ,
    The air conditioner by which each of a pair of said arm parts is provided in the outer side of the longitudinal direction both ends of the said louver .
  2. The air conditioner according to claim 1, wherein the pair of arm portions are flush with the panel body when the air wing is in the storage position.
  3.   The air conditioner according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the air wing is disposed such that the wing portion and the pair of arm portions surround the louver.
  4.   The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the air wing has a gate-like shape formed by the wing portion and the pair of arm portions.
  5. Air conditioning air outlet provided in the panel body,
    A louver which is rotatably provided at the outlet and adjusts the outlet direction of the conditioned air;
    It is disposed between the storage position which is disposed on the outer side of the outlet of the panel main body and is flush with the panel main body, and rotates between the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. With the Air Wing, which is considered free,
    A pivoting mechanism for pivoting the air wing between the storage position and the louver directional position;
    The air wing is provided with a wing portion protruding at a position opposite to the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction to block the conditioned air.
    The wing portion is flush with the panel body when the air wing is in the storage position;
    The air conditioner, wherein the wing portion forms a part of each side of the panel main body.
  6.   When the air wing is pivoted to the storage position, the wing portion is positioned along the wing portion, and when the air wing is pivoted to the louver direction position facing the air conditioning air, the air conditioning air The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein self-supporting sub wings are provided at opposite positions.
  7. Air conditioning air outlet provided in the panel body,
    A louver which is rotatably provided at the outlet and adjusts the outlet direction of the conditioned air;
    It is disposed between the storage position which is disposed on the outer side of the outlet of the panel main body and is flush with the panel main body, and rotates between the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. With the Air Wing, which is considered free,
    A pivoting mechanism for pivoting the air wing between the storage position and the louver directional position;
    The air wing is provided with a wing portion protruding at a position opposite to the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction to block the conditioned air.
    The wing portion is flush with the panel body when the air wing is in the storage position;
    The air conditioner according to the present invention, wherein the panel main body is provided with a plurality of the outlets, and the air wing is disposed corresponding to each outlet.
  8.   The air conditioner according to claim 7, wherein the air wings are individually pivotable by the pivoting mechanisms provided independently of each other.
  9.   The air wing is configured to be rotatable to a position corresponding to the position of the louver via the rotation mechanism when a rotation command is output to the louver direction position facing the conditioned air. The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that.
  10. Air conditioning air outlet provided in the panel body,
    A louver which is rotatably provided at the outlet and adjusts the outlet direction of the conditioned air;
    It is disposed between the storage position which is disposed on the outer side of the outlet of the panel main body and is flush with the panel main body, and rotates between the louver direction position facing the conditioned air blown out from the outlet. With the Air Wing, which is considered free,
    A pivoting mechanism for pivoting the air wing between the storage position and the louver directional position;
    The air wing is provided with a wing portion protruding at a position opposite to the conditioned air blown out in the louver direction to block the conditioned air.
    The wing portion is flush with the panel body when the air wing is in the storage position;
    The rotation mechanism includes an actuator capable of rotating in the forward and reverse directions provided near a rotation fulcrum on one end side of the air wing on the panel main body side, a reel provided on an output shaft of the actuator, and one end of the reel , The other end of the panel body side position corresponding to one end of the air wing, the one end position of the air wing, the other end position of the air wing, the air wing A wire type pivoting mechanism comprising a wire connected near the pivot point on the other end side of the air wing via a wire guide provided at the panel main body side position corresponding to the other end portion of The air conditioner that is being
  11.   The rotation mechanism is extended in the longitudinal direction of the air wing, and both ends of the rotation mechanism are rotatably supported with respect to the panel body, an actuator capable of rotating in forward and reverse directions, and the actuator The air conditioner according to any one of claims 1 to 9, wherein the air conditioner is a gear-type pivoting mechanism including a gear mechanism that transmits rotation to the rotation shaft.
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