KR101820963B1 - Remote controller for controlling a component - Google Patents

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KR101820963B1
KR101820963B1 KR1020110001540A KR20110001540A KR101820963B1 KR 101820963 B1 KR101820963 B1 KR 101820963B1 KR 1020110001540 A KR1020110001540 A KR 1020110001540A KR 20110001540 A KR20110001540 A KR 20110001540A KR 101820963 B1 KR101820963 B1 KR 101820963B1
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Abstract

The present invention relates to a remote controller for component control. A remote controller according to one aspect includes: a display unit capable of displaying information of one or more components; And a control unit operable to control operation of the display unit, wherein the display unit includes: a first user interface (UI) for remote control of the at least one component; at least one second user And an interface (UI).

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[0001] The present invention relates to a remote controller for controlling a component,

The present invention relates to a remote controller for component control.

In general, components such as household appliances have been able to manipulate the operation of the components using the inputs provided by the user. Components such as air conditioners could be controlled by a remote controller. However, since the original function of the conventional remote controller is component control, it can not perform additional functions in addition to the component control, and the remote controller can control the component only when the remote controller is located within a certain range with the component there was.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a remote controller capable of performing an additional function in addition to a control function of a component.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a remote controller capable of controlling or monitoring a component without limitation of distance.

A remote controller for component control according to one aspect includes: a display unit capable of displaying information of one or more components; And a control unit operable to control operation of the display unit, wherein the display unit includes: a first user interface (UI) for remote control of the at least one component; at least one second user And an interface (UI).

According to the proposed invention, the remote controller can recognize the electric charge, so that the electric charge can be displayed on the display. Thus, there is an advantage that the user can operate the component at a time when the electric power charge is low, so that the electric power usage fee can be reduced.

In addition, the remote controller and the component can communicate with each other by the communication module, so that the remote controller can control the component regardless of the distance.

In addition, since the operation state of the component can be confirmed by the remote controller, the component can be more effectively controlled (managed).

In addition, since the remote controller can perform a diagnosis request of a specific component and the diagnostic result can be displayed on the remote controller, the user can easily check the abnormal state of the specific component.

Further, since the information on the food stored in the refrigerator can be displayed on the remote controller, the user can confirm the information of the food stored in the refrigerator without opening the refrigerator door.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Figure 1 is a schematic block diagram of a control device of a network device comprising a component of the present invention.
2 is a view showing an example of a display unit of the remote controller of the present invention.
3 is a view showing an example of a screen for selecting on / off of a Smart Grid function.
FIG. 4 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a graph view selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 2. FIG.
5 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 2;
FIG. 6 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific course is selected on the screen of FIG. 5; FIG.
7 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when an operation condition input unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 6;
8 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the start selecting unit is selected in a state where the screen of Fig. 6 is displayed;
9 is a diagram illustrating a screen for explaining a method of changing the washing time according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 10 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the next selection unit is selected on the screen of Fig. 8; Fig.
11 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a start command is input on the screen of Fig.
FIG. 12 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the current time selection unit is selected in the screen of FIG. 8 or FIG. 9. FIG.
13 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the power information selection unit is selected on the screen of Fig.
FIG. 14 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the smart diagnosis request selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 5; FIG.
FIG. 15 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a selection unit for information transmission is selected on the screen of FIG. 14; FIG.
FIG. 16 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when information transmission is completed on the screen of FIG. 15. FIG.
FIG. 17 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the information transmission fails on the screen of FIG. 15. FIG.
FIG. 18 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 2. FIG.
Fig. 19 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the temperature setting selection unit is selected on the screen of Fig. 18; Fig.
FIG. 20 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the temperature input unit of a specific storage room is selected on the screen of FIG. 19; FIG.
Fig. 21 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the food management selection unit is selected on the screen of Fig. 18; Fig.
FIG. 22 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific storage space is selected in the storage space information screen of FIG. 21. FIG.
23 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the movement selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 21 or FIG. 22. FIG.
Fig. 24 is a view showing another example of a screen displayed when the food management selecting unit is selected on the screen of Fig. 18; Fig.
25 and 26 illustrate an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 3. FIG.

Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS Figure 1 is a schematic representation of a control block diagram of a network device including a component of the present invention.

1, a network device including a remote controller according to the present invention comprises at least one component 1, 2, a remote controller 3 capable of wired or wireless communication with the at least one component 1, 2, .

In Figure 1 it is shown that the remote controller can communicate with a number of components 1, 2, for example.

The one or more components (1, 2) may be energy consuming products. In one example, the one or more components 1, 2 may be lighting, appliances, and the like. It is to be noted that there is no limitation in the kind of the component (1, 2) in the present invention.

The remote controller 3 may be a household appliance or a remote controller capable of remotely controlling the components 1, 2. The remote controller 3 may be a smart phone, a portable PC, or the like. In the present invention, the remote controller 3 may additionally perform control or monitoring functions of the one or more components 1 and 2 while performing its original function.

The present invention is of primary interest for the components 1, 2 to communicate with the remote controller 3, and there is no restriction on the type of the remote controller 3.

The components 1 and 2 can transmit their information to the remote controller 3 and can receive information relating to energy from the remote controller 3 (hereinafter referred to as "energy information & have.

The component (1, 2) comprises a first communication module (11) for directly or indirectly communicating with the remote controller (3), a display unit (12) for displaying various information, a memory (13) and a control unit (10) capable of controlling at least the display unit (12). The control unit 10 may control the overall operation of the components 1 and 2. In addition, the component 1, 2 may further include an input unit for command input.

The display unit 12 displays at least one of the status information of the components 1 and 2, the energy information received from the remote controller 3, additional information other than energy (described later), diagnostic information, Can be displayed. The display unit 12 may include a touch screen capable of inputting a command by a touch method on a displayed screen.

The memory unit 13 may store at least one of status information of the components 1 and 2, energy information received from the remote controller, additional information other than energy, diagnostic information, and updated software information have.

The remote controller 3 includes a second communication module 31 capable of communicating with the first communication module 11, a display unit 32 for displaying various information, a memory unit 33, and a control unit 30 capable of controlling at least the display unit 32. The control unit 30 controls the remote controller (or at least the display unit) to additionally perform a control or monitoring function of the one or more components 1 and 2 while performing an original function.

In the display unit 32, information of the remote controller 3 and information of the components 1 and 2 may be displayed. Further, in the display unit 32, energy information received from the outside can be further displayed.

The memory unit 33 may display the information of the remote controller 3 and the information of the components 1 and 2. The information of the component (1, 2) may include operation information of the component or energy information related to the operation of the component, additional information other than the energy information, and the like.

The first communication module 11 and the second communication module 31 may be, for example, a WiFi module. However, in the present invention, the communication method of each communication module is not limited, and the communication module may be a Bluetooth module, a Zigbee module, or the like.

The first communication module 11 and the second communication module 31 can communicate directly. That is, it is possible to communicate directly without using a wireless router by using WiFi-Direct technology or Ad-Hoc mode (or network). Specifically, Wi-Fi direct refers to a technology capable of communicating at a high speed using a communication standard such as 802.11a, b, g, or n regardless of the setting of the router. That is, the component (1, 2) and the remote controller (3) can communicate wirelessly without passing through the router.

Ad hoc mode (or ad hoc network) is a network that is composed of only a mobile host without having a fixed wired network. Since there is no restriction on the movement of the host and no wired network and base station are needed, This is so. That is, wireless communication is possible without the router. Therefore, in the ad-hoc mode, the components (1, 2) and the remote controller (3) can communicate wirelessly even without the router.

Bluetooth communication is a widely known short range wireless communication method in which a pairing process is performed between a Bluetooth module connected to the components 1 and 2 and a Bluetooth module connected to the remote controller 3, This is possible.

Alternatively, the first communication module 11 and the second communication module 21 can communicate with each other through a router, a router, and a server (e.g., a web server).

2 is a view showing an example of a display unit of the remote controller of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 2, a screen displayed on the display unit 32 may include a first screen 100 and a second screen 200. The display unit of the remote controller 3 may include a first user interface (UI) for remote control and one or more second user interfaces (UI) for performing functions other than remote control. When the first user interface is activated, the screen of FIG. 2 may be displayed. In this case, the first user interface may be, for example, an application for controlling a component.

The first screen 100 and the second screen 200 may be vertically arranged, but they may be arranged horizontally. The first screen 100 and the second screen 200 may be independent screens or may be screens separated by the displayed contents.

On the first screen 100, time information 102 and smart grid function on / off information 104 may be displayed. Date information may additionally be displayed on the first screen 100. The smart grid function on / off information 104 may be different between on and off. For example, the color, brightness, saturation, etc. of the displayed smart grid function information may be different between on and off.

When the smart grid function is turned on in the present invention, the remote controller 3 can operate based on the energy information. The operation of the remote controller 3 based on the energy information means that the remote controller 3 can display the energy information or transmit the energy information to the components 1 and 2 .

The energy information is information related to any one of energy sources such as electricity, water, and gas. In the present invention, for example, the energy information is information relating to electricity.

For example, the types of information related to electricity include time-based pricing, energy curtailment, grid emergency, grid reliability, energy increment, generation Amount, operation priority, and energy consumption amount. In this embodiment, the charge related to the energy source is an energy charge.

That is, the energy information can be classified into charge information (energy charge) and non-charge information (energy reduction, emergency situation, network safety, generation amount, energy increase, operation priority, energy consumption amount, and the like). The energy information can be divided into scheduled information generated in advance based on previous information and real time information that varies in real time. The schedule information and the real-time information can be classified according to the prediction of the information after the present time (future).

The energy information may be time of use (TOU) information, critical peak pattern (CPP) information, or real time pattern (RTP) information according to a change pattern of data over time. The energy information may vary with time.

According to the TOU information, the electricity rate (charge per unit electric power) changes stepwise according to time. According to the CPP information, the electricity rate changes in steps or in real time with time, and emphasis is displayed at a specific point in time. That is, in the case of the CPP pattern, the general charge is cheaper than the charge of the TOU pattern, but the charge at the specific point in time is significantly more expensive than the charge in the TOU pattern. According to the RTP information, the electricity bill changes in real time.

Meanwhile, the energy information may be transmitted or received as true or false signals such as Boolean, actual price information may be transmitted or received, or a plurality of levels may be transmitted and received. When the remote controller 3 receives a true or false signal such as a Boolean signal, it recognizes one of the signals as an on-peak signal and the other signal as an off-peak ) Signal.

Alternatively, the remote controller 3 may recognize information relating to at least one drive including an electricity bill, and the remote controller 3 compares the recognized information value with the reference information value, -peak) and an off-peak.

For example, when the remote controller 3 recognizes the leveled information or the actual price information, the remote controller 3 compares the recognized information value with the reference information value to obtain on-peak and Off-peak.

At this time, the information value about the driving may be at least one of an electricity rate, a power rate, a rate of change of the electricity rate, a rate of change of the electric power rate, an average value of the electricity rate and an average value of the electric power amount. The reference information value may be at least one of an average value, an average value of a minimum value and a maximum value of power information during a predetermined section, and a reference change rate of power information during a predetermined section (for example, a slope of power consumption amount per unit time). The reference information value may be set in real time or set in advance.

The additional information other than the energy information includes at least one of environment information, program update information, time information, operation or status information of each component (failure, etc.), consumer habit information using the components 1 and 2, . The environmental information may include carbon dioxide emission amount, carbon dioxide concentration in air, temperature, humidity, rainfall amount, rainfall amount, insolation amount, air amount, and the like.

At least one of the at least one component selection unit 201 and the power usage information for selecting a control target component may be displayed on the second screen 200. In FIG. 2, for example, one or more component selection units 201 and an information screen 203 related to the power including information related to power may be displayed on the second screen 200.

In the second screen 200, the number of component selection units 201 equal to the number of control target components registered in the remote controller 3 may be displayed.

Current power charge information and total power consumption information may be displayed on the information screen 203 related to the power. In the information screen 203 related to the power, a graph view selection unit 204 (which may be referred to as a detailed verification selection unit) for further checking detailed information may be displayed.

3 is a diagram showing an example of a screen for selecting on / off of the Smart Grid function.

Referring to FIG. 3, when the user touches the boundary between the first screen 100 and the second screen 200 or the upper portion of the second screen 200 in the screen of FIG. 2, The information screen 110 can be displayed. In the smart grid information screen 110, an on selection unit 111 and an off selection unit 112 can be displayed. When the on selecting unit 111 is selected, the smart grid function is turned on, and when the off selecting unit 112 is selected, the smart grid function is turned off.

On the other hand, in the smart grid information screen 110, a single selection unit can be displayed. Therefore, the Smart Grid function can be turned on or off by the number of times the selection unit is pressed. In the smart grid information screen 110, a previous selection unit 113 for further moving to a previous screen (screen of FIG. 2) may be further displayed. When the previous selection unit 113 is selected, the smart grid information screen 110 disappears. Alternatively, if the smart grid information screen 110 is touched while being touched, the smart grid information screen 110 may disappear. As another example, if the smart grid information 104 is selected on the screen of FIG. 3, a pop-up screen including an on selection unit and an off selection unit or a pop-up screen including a single selection unit may be displayed.

The smart grid information screen 110 may be a part of the second screen 200 or may be a screen independent of the second screen 200.

FIG. 4 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the graph view selecting unit is selected in the screen of FIG. 2. FIG.

2 and 4, when the graph view selecting unit 204 is selected on the screen of FIG. 2 while the smart grid function is on, the power information screen 211 or 212 is displayed on the second screen 200 . The power information screens 211 and 212 may include at least one of a graph information screen 211 and a text information screen 212. In the graph information screen 211, today's power usage fee graph information (or power usage graph information) for each time slot can be displayed. For example, in the graph information screen 211, power usage fee graph information from 12:00 am to the current time can be displayed. For example, if the current time is 3:30 pm, usage graph information from 12:00 am to 3:00 pm may be displayed. In the text information screen 212, one or more of unit power charge information, power usage charge information, and power usage information may be displayed.

The power information screens 211 and 212 may be displayed on the second screen 200 for a predetermined time and then switched to the screen of FIG. As another example, if a previous selection unit not shown is selected, the screen of Fig. 4 can be switched to the screen of Fig.

FIG. 5 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected in the screen of FIG. 2. FIG. In Fig. 5, a washer is selected as an example.

2 and 5, when a specific component selection unit (for example, a washing machine selection unit) is selected on the screen of FIG. 2, the second screen 200 includes one or more course selection units 221 for selecting a course, And an on / off selection unit 224 for selecting the on / off state of the washing machine. The on / off state of the washing machine can be determined according to the number of times the on / off selection unit 224 is pressed. The hue, lightness, and saturation of the on / off selection unit 224 when the washing machine is turned on may be different from the hue, brightness, saturation, etc. of the on / off selection unit 224 when the washing machine is turned off. The second screen 200 may additionally display a smart diagnostic request selection unit 225.

A plurality of course selectors 221 that can be operated may be displayed on the second screen 200. At this time, all of the plurality of course selection units 221 may be displayed on the second screen 200 or some of the plurality of course selection units 221 may be displayed on the second screen 200 . The user can select any one of the plurality of course selectors 221 displayed on the second screen 200. If some of the course selectors 221 of the plurality of course selectors 221 are displayed on the second screen, the course navigators 222 and 223 for confirming the unchecked course selectors may additionally be displayed.

FIG. 6 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific course is selected on the screen of FIG. 5. FIG.

5 and 6, when a specific course selection unit 221 (for example, a standard course selection unit) is selected on the screen of FIG. 5, the second screen displays selected course information 231, The delay time setting unit 233 for setting the delay time, the operation condition input unit 234, the start selection unit 235, and the user storage selection unit 236 More than one can be displayed.

The delay time means a time at which a specific course selected at a time point after the current time starts. That is, the delay time is delay start information. The delay time can be changed according to the selection of the delay time setting unit 233. [

The operating condition input unit 270 may include at least one of a washing power selection unit, a water temperature selection unit, and a dehydration rate selection unit. When the washing power selecting unit, the water temperature selecting unit, and the dewatering speed selecting unit are provided at the same time, the second screen 200 may be partially or wholly displayed. When a part of the washing power selecting unit, the water temperature selecting unit, and the dewatering speed selecting unit is displayed on the second screen 200, a scroll bar 237 for confirming a selection unit not shown on the second screen 200 ) May be further displayed.

The operating conditions that can be selected by the operating condition input unit 234 can be set in advance for each specific course. That is, when a specific course (for example, a standard course) is selected on the screen of FIG. 2, the selected course information 231 and the operating condition inputting unit 234 are displayed on the second screen 200, ), A predetermined condition may be displayed for each specific course. The user can change the operation condition of a specific course by using the operation condition input unit 234. [ At this time, if the user selects the user storage selection unit 236 while the operation condition input unit 234 inputs the operation condition of a specific course, the inputted operation condition is recognized as a separate user course, (See 33 in FIG. 1). That is, the user course may be added to the existing course stored in the memory unit (see 33 in FIG. 1). When the user course is added, the added user course can be displayed on the screen of Fig. 5, and the user can select the displayed user course.

FIG. 7 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the operation condition input unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 6. FIG.

6 and 7, the detailed condition input unit 238 can be displayed when any one of the one or more selection units constituting the operation condition input unit 234 is selected. For example, if the washing power selection unit is selected, one of the strength, middle strength, and weak strength can be selected.

8 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the start selecting unit is selected in a state where the screen of FIG. 6 is displayed.

6 and 8, when the start selecting unit is selected in the state that the screen of FIG. 6 is displayed, the washing time setting screen 240 may be displayed on the second screen 200.

The washing time setting screen 240 may display at least one of the electric power charge information screen 241, the time information 242 related to the operation, and the electric power information 243 related to the operation. In FIG. 8, for example, the wash time setting screen 240 displays the electric charge information screen 241, the time information 242 related to the operation, and the charge information 243 related to the operation.

In the second screen 200, the current time selection unit 251 and one or more recommendation selection units may be displayed. The one or more recommendation selection units may be switched between a recommendation time selection unit 252 (which may be referred to as a first recommendation selection unit), a lowest fare time selection unit 253 (which may be referred to as a second recommendation selection unit) The next selection unit 254 may be used.

In detail, the time information 242 related to the operation may include at least one of course execution time information, wash start time information, and wash end time information. The power information 243 related to the operation may include at least one of power usage fee information and power usage information at the time of performing the course.

The power charge information screen 241 may include graph information (for example, a line graph) and course execution time information 245 related to the power charge. The graph information relating to the power charge may be time-based charge graph information. In the electric power charge information screen 241, the horizontal axis represents the time and the vertical axis represents the charge. The first time (reference time) on the horizontal axis is the current time, and the last time is the time after 24 hours from the current time. That is, the time range on the power charge information screen 241 may be 24 hours, and the power charge information screen 241 may include power charge information for 24 hours. In the present invention, the time range may be changed or set automatically or manually, and the time range is not limited. The initial time may be located on the left side of the electric power charge information screen 241, and the last time may be located on the right side. Of course, it is also possible that the initial time is located on the right side of the electric power charge information screen 241, and the last time is located on the left side.

6, when the start selecting unit 235 is inputted in the state where the delay time is set, the course execution time information 245 may be located at a position corresponding to the delay time on the electric charge information screen 241 have. For example, if the current time is 3:30 pm and the user inputs 6 hours as the delay time, the delayed start time of the course execution time information 245 is positioned corresponding to 9:30 pm, And the washing end time may be located corresponding to 10:30 PM. In this case, the time information 242 related to the operation and the power information 243 related to the operation can be varied corresponding to the position (delay time) of the course execution time information 245. [

When the recommendation time selector 252 is selected on the screen of FIG. 8, the course execution time information 245 can be moved to the time zone in which the power charge is lowest within the range from the current time to the first reference time. At this time, the first reference time may be 4 hours. For example, if the current time is 3:30 pm, if the recommendation time selection unit 252 is selected, the user selects the recommendation time selection unit 252 from the current time to 7:30 pm, Information 245 may be moved. If the fare of the current time is the lowest, the course execution time information 245 does not move.

When the lowest fare time selector 253 is selected on the screen of FIG. 8, the course run time information 245 can be moved within the range from the current time to the second reference time after the lowest power rate . At this time, the second reference time may be 24 hours. For example, if the current time is 3:30 pm, if the recommendation time selection unit 253 is selected, the user selects the recommendation time selection unit 253 from the current time to 3:30 pm the following day, The time information 245 can be moved. If the fare of the current time is the lowest, the course execution time information 245 does not move.

FIG. 9 is a view for explaining a method of changing the washing time according to an embodiment of the present invention.

9, when the wash start time (the left part of the course execution time information) or the washing end time (the right part of the course execution time information) is selected from the course execution time information 245, ) Is displayed. In FIG. 9, for example, the washing time changing unit 246 for changing the washing time is displayed. However, if the washing time is selected, the washing time changing unit for changing the washing time can be displayed. The washing start time or the washing end time can be changed by a predetermined time unit using the washing time changing unit. When the washing time is changed, the time information related to the operation and the power information related to the operation can be varied corresponding to the changed time.

10 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the next selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG.

8 and 10, when the next selection unit 254 is selected on the screen of FIG. 8, a washing start confirmation screen 260 may be displayed on the second screen 200. FIG. The washing start confirmation screen 260 may display a first selecting unit 261 for inputting a washing start command and a second selecting unit 262 for inputting a command for not starting washing. When the second selector 262 is selected, the screen of FIG. 10 may be switched to the previous screen or may be switched to the screen of FIG. 5, FIG. 6, or FIG.

11 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a start command is input on the screen of FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 10 and 11, when a start command is input on the screen of FIG. 10, the information screen 270 related to the operation of the washing machine may be displayed on the second screen 200. FIG. That is, if a start command is inputted in a state where the course and the washing time are determined, the information screen 270 related to the operation of the washing machine can be displayed on the second screen 200. Also, at least one of the on / off selection unit 224 and the pause selection unit 274 may be further displayed on the second screen 200.

In the second screen 200, one of a sound setting selection unit 281, a lock selection unit 282, a laundry addition selection unit 283, a user storage selection unit 284, and a power information selection unit 285 More can be displayed.

At least one of the selected course information 271, current state information 272, and remaining time information 273 may be displayed on the information screen 270 related to the operation. 11 shows that the selected course information 271, current status information 272, and remaining time information 273 are displayed on the information screen 270 relating to the above operation.

The remaining time information 273 is remaining time information from the current time to the end of washing. At this time, the remaining time information 273 is the remaining time information from the current time to the end of washing even if the washing start time is after the current time. For example, if the current time is 3:30 pm, the washing time is 1 hour, and the washing start time is the current time, the remaining time information 273 may be one hour. As another example, if the current time is 3:30 pm, the washing time is 1 hour, and the washing start time is 4:30, the remaining time information may be 2 hours. Alternatively, if the washing start time is not the current time, the predetermined washing start time information is displayed until the start of washing, and the remaining time information 273 may be displayed when washing is started.

The washing treatment apparatus can perform at least washing, rinsing and dewatering. The current state information 272 may be current administrative information when washing is in progress. On the other hand, in the case of the laundry waiting time (when the washing start time is after the current time), the current status information 272 may be information indicating that it is waiting or being reserved. The current administrative information may include at least one of character information and level information indicating a current progress level.

If the tone setting selection unit 281 is selected, the type or size of sound generated in the washing machine can be set or changed. When the lock selection unit 282 is selected, the lock of the door can be performed.

FIG. 12 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the current time selection unit is selected in the screen of FIG. 8 or FIG. 9. FIG.

Referring to FIG. 12, when the current time selection unit 251 is selected on the screen of FIG. 8 or 9, if the current time electricity rate is higher than the current time average power rate, The power saving course selection screen 290 can be displayed in the power saving mode selection window 200. [ At this time, the predetermined time may be 24 hours in one example. In the present invention, there is no limitation on the predetermined time, and it can be changed or set manually or automatically.

The power saving course selection screen 290 displays the changed washing end time, changed time content information, estimated power usage amount, reduced power amount, estimated fee information, user selected course and time One or more of the reduced power charges may be displayed.

In the present invention, the power saving course may be a course whose operating condition is changed in the selected course. For example, when the user selects a standard course and inputs an operation condition using the operation condition input unit, the power saving course means a course in which the selected operation condition is changed. As another example, the power saving course may be one of a plurality of courses other than the selected course.

The user can select whether to perform the power saving course on the power saving course selection screen. When the power saving course is selected, the washing processing device performs the selected power saving course. On the other hand, when the power saving course is not selected, the screen of FIG. 12 is switched to the previous screen, or the washing machine can operate based on information set by the user.

13 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the power information selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 11 and 12, when the power information selection unit 285 is selected on the screen of FIG. 11, the power information confirmation screen 300 can be displayed on the second screen 200. FIG. The power information confirmation screen 300 may display at least one of an estimated power usage amount, a predicted power usage fee, and a saved amount of money compared to a peak time (a time period during which electricity charges are expensive). If the current time during washing is a peak time and the power saving course is not selected, the saved amount may be zero.

According to the present invention, since the remote controller can recognize the electric charge, the electric charge can be displayed on the display unit. Thus, there is an advantage that the user can operate the component at a time when the electric power charge is low, so that the electric power usage fee can be reduced.

In addition, the remote controller and the component can communicate with each other by the communication module, so that the remote controller can control the component regardless of the distance.

In addition, since the operation state of the component can be confirmed by the remote controller, the component can be more effectively controlled (managed).

Although the washing machine has been described above as an example, the contents of the washing machine can be similarly applied to the dryer.

FIG. 14 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the smart diagnosis request selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 5; FIG.

Referring to FIG. 14, when the smart diagnostic request selection unit 225 is selected on the screen of FIG. 5, the information transmission confirmation screen 310 may be displayed on the second screen 200. The information transmission confirmation screen 310 may display a first selection unit 311 for performing information transmission and a second selection unit 312 for selecting information to be canceled. When the second selector 312 is selected, the screen shown in FIG. 5 can be switched. The on / off selection unit 224 may be additionally displayed on the second screen 200.

FIG. 15 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a selection unit for information transmission is selected on the screen of FIG. 14. FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 14 and 15, when the first selector 311 for information transmission is selected on the screen of FIG. 14, the information transmission status information 320 may be displayed on the second screen 220. The information transmission status information 320 may include at least one of level information for showing the information transmission status in stages and remaining time information until the information transmission is completed. The on / off selection unit 224 may be additionally displayed on the second screen 200.

When the first selector 311 for performing information transmission is selected on the screen of FIG. 14, the status information of the specific component can be transmitted to the server described above. As another example, if the first selector 311 for selecting information transmission is selected, status information of a specific component can be transmitted to the remote controller 3. [ The diagnosis of the specific component can be performed by the server or the remote controller 3.

FIG. 16 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when information transmission is completed on the screen of FIG. 15, and FIG. 17 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when information transmission fails on the screen of FIG.

Referring to FIG. 16, when the information transmission is completed on the screen of FIG. 15, the information transmission completion screen 330 may be displayed on the second screen 200. FIG. The confirmation selection unit 331 may be displayed on the information transmission completion screen 330. When the confirmation selection unit 331 is displayed, the screen of Fig. 26 can be switched to the screen of Fig.

When the diagnosis is completed, the diagnosis result information (not shown) may be displayed on the screen of Fig. 16, or the progress result information may be displayed on the screen of Fig. 5 after the screen of Fig. 16 is switched to the screen of Fig.

Referring to FIG. 17, when the information transmission fails in the screen of FIG. 15, the information transmission failure confirmation screen 340 may be displayed. In the information transmission failure confirmation screen 340, an acknowledgment selecting unit 341 for selecting to cancel the diagnosis and a retry selecting unit 342 for selecting to retry the information transmission may be displayed. When the confirmation selection unit 341 is selected, the screen of Fig. 17 can be switched to the screen of Fig. When the retry selector 342 is selected, information transmission is performed again.

According to the present invention, there is an advantage that a remote controller can perform a diagnosis request of a specific component, and a diagnosis result can be displayed on a remote controller, so that a user can easily check an abnormal state of a specific component.

FIG. 18 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 2. FIG. In Fig. 18, a refrigerator is selected as an example.

2 and 18, a temperature information screen 400 may be displayed on the second screen 200 when a specific component selection unit (for example, a washing machine selection unit) is selected on the screen of FIG. The second screen 200 includes a rapid ice selection unit 405 for selecting ice for rapid generation, a temperature setting selection unit 406 for selecting a temperature to be set, a Smart Diagnosis A request selection unit 407, and a food management selection unit 408 for confirming the stored food or the like.

Depending on the number of depressions of the rapid ice selection unit 405, the rapid ice execution function may be selected to be on or off. When the quick ice function is turned on, ice can be rapidly generated in an ice maker (not shown), and a large amount of ice can be generated in a short time.

In the temperature information screen 400, the refrigerator compartment temperature information 401, the switching compartment temperature information 402, and the freezer compartment temperature information 403 may be displayed.

FIG. 19 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the temperature setting selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 18; FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 18 and 19, when the temperature setting selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 19, the temperature input screen 420 may be displayed on the second screen 200. In the second screen 200, a recommended temperature selecting unit 425, a temperature unit changing unit 426, a first selecting unit 429 for selecting stored information, One or more of the second selection units 430 may be further displayed.

In the temperature input screen 420, a refrigerator compartment temperature input unit 421, a switching room temperature input unit 422, and a freezer compartment temperature input unit 423 may be displayed.

If the commutation temperature selector 425 is selected, an appropriate temperature may be determined based on current refrigerator condition information or electric power rate information, and the temperature may be automatically set. As another example, the temperatures of the freezing compartment, the switching room, and the freezing compartment are set to specific values. When the recommendation temperature selector 425 is selected, the temperatures of the freezing compartment, switching room and freezing compartment are automatically set to specific values .

The temperature unit change unit 426 may include a Fahrenheit selection unit 427 for selecting Fahrenheit and a Celsius selection unit 428 for selecting Celsius. As another example, the temperature unit changing unit 426 may include a single selection unit, and the number of degrees Fahrenheit or degrees Celsius may be selected according to the number of times of pressing the single selection unit.

20 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the temperature input unit of a specific storage room is selected on the screen of FIG. In FIG. 20, for example, the refrigerator compartment temperature input unit is selected.

Referring to FIG. 20, when a temperature input unit (refrigerating room temperature input unit) of a specific storage room is selected on the screen of FIG. 19, a detailed temperature selection unit 432 for selecting a temperature may be displayed on the second screen 200 . The detailed temperature selector 432 may be popped up on the screen of FIG. The temperature can be selected in units of 1 degree (Celsius or Fahrenheit) through the detailed temperature selector 432. In the present invention, the temperature width for temperature selection can be varied. For example, it may be selected in units of 2 degrees or more through the detailed temperature selector 432.

FIG. 21 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the food management selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 18; FIG.

18 and 21, when the food management selecting unit 408 is selected on the screen of FIG. 18, the second screen 200 displays a refrigerator room information screen 440 and a storage space information screen 450) may be displayed. For example, if the refrigerating compartment is divided into five storage spaces, information on five storage spaces may be displayed on the storage space information screen 450. Each storage location information may include location and number of food stores.

In the storage room information screen 440, movement selection units 441 and 442 for selecting an information screen of another storage room may be displayed. Since the freezer compartment is divided into a plurality of storage spaces, the screen configuration for displaying the information of the freezer compartment is the same as the screen configuration for displaying the information of the refrigerator compartment, and a detailed description thereof will be omitted.

FIG. 22 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific storage space is selected on the storage space information screen of FIG. 21. FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 21 and 22, when a specific storage space (for example, two stories) is selected on the storage space information screen 450 shown in FIG. 21, the food information screen 451 stored in the selected space can be displayed. The food information screen 451 may include a stored food name and an expiration date. In addition, the food information screen 451 may include the date of storing the food.

When some of the foods stored in the food information screen 451 are displayed, the scroll bar 452 for confirming the undefined food may be further displayed on the food information screen 451. [

FIG. 23 is a view showing an example of a screen displayed when the movement selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 21 or FIG. 22. FIG.

21 to 23, when the movement selecting units 441 and 442 are selected on the screen of FIG. 21 or 22, the second screen 200 displays a switching room information screen 441, A food information screen 442 and a food information screen 453 can be displayed. The food information screen 453 may be displayed together with the switching room information screen 441 and the storage space information screen 442 when the switching room has a single storage space. In the case where the switching room is divided into a plurality of storage spaces, a screen configuration for displaying information of the switching room may be the same as a screen configuration for displaying information of the freezing room.

In the above description, the refrigerator compartment information is displayed when the food management selector is selected on the screen of FIG. 18, but information of the switching compartment or the freezer compartment may be displayed.

FIG. 24 is a view showing another example of a screen displayed when the food management selection unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 18; FIG.

18 and 21, when the food management selecting unit 408 is selected on the screen of FIG. 18, the second screen 200 displays at least one of the storage room information screen 500 and the storage room location information screen 503 Can be displayed. In addition, a storage space information screen 504 may be displayed on the second screen 200. In addition, the second screen may display at least one of the total number of food information 505 stored in the specific storage room and the food information screen 506 corresponding to the specific storage space.

In the storage room information screen 500, any one of the refrigerator compartment, the switching room, and the freezer compartment can be displayed. In order to check the storage room other than the currently displayed storage room (for example, the refrigerator room), the movement selection unit 501 or 502 may be displayed on the storage room information screen 500.

The storage room location information screen 503 may be displayed in the form of a refrigerator, for example. The location of the storage room displayed on the storage room information screen 500 may be displayed on the storage room location information screen 503. Thus, the user can easily confirm the position of the storage room currently displayed.

If the storage room is divided into five storage spaces, information on five storage spaces may be displayed on the storage space information screen 504. Each storage space information may include the number of food stores.

The food information screen 506 may display a part of a plurality of food information or a plurality of pieces of food information stored in a specific storage space. The food information may include a food name and an expiration date. The food information may further include a date of storing the food.

According to the present invention, the information of the food stored in the refrigerator can be displayed by the remote controller, so that the user can confirm the information of the food stored in the refrigerator without opening the refrigerator door.

25 and 26 are views showing an example of a screen displayed when a specific component selecting unit is selected on the screen of FIG. 25 and 26 show that the range is selected in one example.

3, 25 and 26, when a specific component selection unit (e.g., a range selection unit) is selected on the screen of FIG. 3, the second screen 200 displays a mode information screen 600 and remaining time information One or more of the screens 601 may be displayed. The cooking temperature information screen 602 may be further displayed on the second screen 200. [

The range is a kind of cooking device, and information related to various cooking devices can be displayed without being limited to the range.

Referring to FIG. 25, when the range is being operated, the currently operating mode may be displayed on the mode information screen 600. The remaining time information screen 601 may display at least one of time information, cooking start time, and cooking end time information until cooking is completed.

Referring to FIG. 26, when the range is not operated, information indicating that the range is on standby may be displayed on the mode information screen 600. In the remaining time information screen 601, the remaining time may not be displayed, and the cooking temperature may not be displayed in the cooking temperature information screen 603.

The user can select the operation mode of the range by selecting the mode information screen 600 and can select the remaining time information screen 601 to set the operation time of the range, By selecting the screen 602, the cooking temperature of the range can be set.

In the above description, the washing machine, the refrigerator, and the range have been described. However, the remote controller can remotely control other components, perform monitoring, and request diagnosis.

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  1. A remote controller for controlling or monitoring one or more components,
    A display unit capable of displaying information of the at least one component; And
    And a control unit capable of controlling the operation of the display unit,
    Wherein the display unit comprises a first user interface (UI) for remote control of the at least one component and at least one second user interface (UI) for performing functions other than remote control,
    The display unit includes:
    When the first user interface is activated, a first screen including on or off information of a smart grid function, a component selection unit for selecting the one or more components, A second screen including a smart grid information screen for displaying the second screen,
    Wherein if the smart grid function is selected on the smart grid information screen displayed on the second screen, the first screen displays smart grid function on information and transmits power related information to the one or more components Remote controller.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the component selector comprises:
    Wherein the number of control target components registered in the remote controller is equal to the number of control target components registered in the remote controller.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    If the smart grid function on / off information is selected by touching a boundary portion between the first screen and the second screen or an upper portion of the second screen,
    Wherein the smart grid information screen for selecting on or off of the smart grid function is displayed.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    In the second screen,
    A remote controller capable of displaying an information screen showing information related to power.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    When the Smart Grid function is turned on,
    When a detailed confirmation selection unit displayed on the information screen is selected, a remote controller, which can display at least one of a graph information screen and a text information screen,
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    In the graph information screen,
    A remote controller that displays hourly rate graph information for today's power usage.
  7. 6. The method of claim 5,
    In the text information screen,
    A unit power bill information, a power bill information, and a power consumption information.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    When the washing machine or the dryer is selected through the component selection unit,
    Wherein the display unit displays one or more course selection units for selecting a course.
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    And when a specific course is selected, a screen for setting at least one of a delay time and an operation condition is displayed.
  10. 9. The method of claim 8,
    Wherein an operation time setting screen for setting an operation time after a specific course is selected by the course selection unit can be displayed.
  11. 11. The method of claim 10,
    Wherein the operation time setting screen includes at least one of a power charge information screen, time information relating to the operation, and power information related to the operation.
  12. 11. The method of claim 10,
    Wherein the operation time setting screen may display a current time selection unit for setting an operation time to a current time and one or more recommendation selection units for setting an operation time to a recommended time.
  13. 13. The method of claim 12,
    Wherein when the at least one recommendation selection unit is selected, the time zone in which the electric power charge is lowest within a certain time range from the current time is displayed.
  14. 13. The method of claim 12,
    When the operation time is set and the course is selected,
    Wherein the display unit can display a screen on which at least one of the selected course information, current operation state information, and operation time information is displayed.
  15. The method according to claim 1,
    When the refrigerator is selected through the component selection unit,
    Wherein the display unit displays at least one of a temperature information screen on which temperature information is displayed, a temperature setting selection unit for setting the temperature, and a food management selection unit for checking the food stored in the refrigerator.
  16. 16. The method of claim 15,
    When the food management selection unit is selected, the display unit may display a storage space information screen including storage space information and at least one storage space information in the storage space.
  17. 17. The method of claim 16,
    Wherein the information of the food stored in the selected storage space can be displayed when the at least one storage space is selected.
  18. 17. The method of claim 16,
    When the food management selecting unit is selected, the display unit may further display a storage room location information screen displaying the storage room location.
  19. The method according to claim 1,
    If the range is selected through the component selector,
    The display unit may display at least one of a mode information screen, a remaining time information screen including time information until completion of cooking, and a cooking temperature information screen.
  20. The method according to claim 1,
    And a diagnosis request of a component to be selected can be performed, and a diagnosis result can be displayed on the display unit.
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