KR20100073121A - Ceiling type air conditioner - Google Patents

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KR20100073121A
KR20100073121A KR1020080131709A KR20080131709A KR20100073121A KR 20100073121 A KR20100073121 A KR 20100073121A KR 1020080131709 A KR1020080131709 A KR 1020080131709A KR 20080131709 A KR20080131709 A KR 20080131709A KR 20100073121 A KR20100073121 A KR 20100073121A
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김강연
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엘지전자 주식회사
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F1/00Room units for air-conditioning, e.g. separate or self-contained units or units receiving primary air from a central station
    • F24F1/0007Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F1/00Room units for air-conditioning, e.g. separate or self-contained units or units receiving primary air from a central station
    • F24F1/0007Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units
    • F24F1/0043Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by mounting arrangements
    • F24F1/0047Indoor units, e.g. fan coil units characterised by mounting arrangements mounted in the ceiling or at the ceiling
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F11/00Control or safety arrangements
    • F24F11/50Control or safety arrangements characterised by user interfaces or communication
    • F24F11/56Remote control
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
    • F24F13/20Casings or covers

Abstract

PURPOSE: A ceiling type air conditioner is provided to easily proceed the repairing of heat-exchange parts installed in a main body by rotating only inlet panel combined with a door panel. CONSTITUTION: A ceiling type air conditioner comprises a main body which is fixed on a ceiling and wherein the bottom surface of the main body is opened, an outlet panel(100) which includes an air blowing part and is coupled to the bottom of the main body, a inlet panel(200) which is coupled to the bottom of the outlet panel and includes an air inlet, and a door panel(300) which is arranged in order to cover the air inlet. If the door panel descends, an air intake flow path is formed between the inlet panel and the door panel. If the door panel rises, the inlet panel is shielded.

Description

Ceiling Type Air Conditioner

The present invention relates to a ceiling type air conditioner, and more particularly, by stably opening and closing an air inlet by a door panel lifted and guided by an inlet panel, and rotating only the inlet panel to which the door panel is coupled. The present invention relates to a ceiling type air conditioner configured to facilitate work for troubleshooting of various heat exchange parts installed in a main body.

In general, the ceiling type air conditioner is largely configured to include an indoor unit installed on the ceiling and performing a cooling function, an outdoor unit performing a heat dissipation and compression function, and a refrigerant pipe connecting the indoor unit and the outdoor unit to each other.

However, the ceiling type air conditioner according to the related art has a problem in that the air inlet port through which air is sucked is always open even when the air conditioner is not operated, and the appearance of the ceiling is not beautiful.

The present invention simplifies the appearance of the door panel forming the bottom surface, and the door panel is lifted and coupled to the lower part of the inlet panel in which the air inlet is formed so as to suck the indoor air. The object of the present invention is to provide a ceiling-type air conditioner that can be lifted and lifted, and can perform a repair work by a simple operation of rotating the inlet panel during the repair of the main body.

Ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, the main body is fixed to the ceiling and the bottom is opened, the discharge port panel is coupled to the lower portion of the main body, the air discharge port is formed, the air outlet is formed, And a door panel disposed to cover the inlet panel and the air inlet port, forming an air inlet flow path between the inlet panel when descending, and shielding the inlet panel when the panel is raised.

Here, the discharge port panel constitutes a part of the outer surface of the lower surface of the ceiling type air conditioner, and the door panel constitutes the outer surface of the lower surface of the ceiling type air conditioner when raised.

In addition, the discharge port panel may be formed with an opening in communication with the main body in addition to the air discharge port, the suction port panel may be rotated with the door panel to open and close the opening.

In addition, a purification filter installation unit may be formed on an upper surface of the inlet panel, and a purification filter may be installed on the purification filter installation unit.

In addition, an elevating driving unit for elevating the door panel up and down may be disposed on an upper surface of the inlet panel.

In addition, a concealed rib protruding a predetermined length upward may be formed on an upper surface of the inlet panel so that the lift driving part is not exposed from the lower part through the air inlet.

In addition, the door panel further comprises a human body sensor module for detecting the behavior of the occupant, the door panel, the upper portion of the human body sensor module is disposed to protrude upwards a predetermined length, the inlet panel, When the door panel is raised, a human body sensor cover may be formed to be joined with an upper portion of the human body sensor module.

In addition, the human body sensor cover portion is formed integrally with the inlet panel, the upper portion of the human body sensor module rising and the human body sensor cover unit is joined, so that the upper surface of the door panel and the lower surface of the inlet panel contact. It may be formed recessed to the upper portion of the inlet panel.

In addition, a lifting guide hole penetrating up and down is formed at an edge portion of the inlet panel, and a moving member connected to the lifting driving unit and lifting up and down through the lifting guide hole is disposed at an upper portion of the door panel. The door panel may be lifted from the lower portion of the inlet panel under the guide of the lifting guide hole when the moving member is lifted to open and close the air inlet.

Ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, by opening and closing the air inlet by the door panel which is elevated by the guide of the inlet panel stably, and various heat exchangers installed inside the main body by rotating only the inlet panel coupled to the door panel There is an advantage of easy operation for repair of parts.

Hereinafter, a preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.

1 is a perspective view showing a preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view showing the discharge port panel, the inlet panel and the door panel of the configuration of Figure 1, Figure 3 An exploded perspective view showing the inlet panel and the door panel during the configuration.

One preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention includes a main body 10 disposed between the ceiling 1 and the ceiling finish 2 disposed thereunder. The main body 10 is formed so that its bottom surface is opened, and although not shown in the drawing, various heat exchange parts such as a blower fan for sucking and discharging indoor air and a heat exchanger for exchanging the sucked air It is built.

In other words, the main body 10 is a box body having a shape of a substantially rectangular parallelepiped or a cube, the lower part of which is opened, and the heat exchange part is embedded therein.

The lower portion of the main body 10 is provided with a discharge port panel 100 arranged horizontally to approximately match the ceiling finish (2). The discharge port panel 100 is installed in the lower portion of the main body 10 to conceal the lower end of the main body 10, and the opening 105 is formed in the middle portion so that the inlet panel 200 to be described later is installed. do. In addition, the discharge port panel 100 has a plurality of air discharge holes 110 formed along an edge of the air discharged heat exchanged inside the main body 10.

The discharge port panel 100 is also provided in the lower portion of the main body 10 to form a lower end of the main body 10, that is, a rectangular parallelepiped or square plate body to conceal the lower end of the main body 10.

A plurality of wind direction control vanes 115 may be installed in the plurality of air outlets 110 to control the wind direction of the air discharged while opening and closing the respective air outlets 110 by a predetermined angle rotation.

Meanwhile, a preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention further includes an inlet panel 200 installed in the outlet panel 100 to shield the opening 105.

The inlet panel 200 is provided with an air inlet 205 having an intermediate portion opened up and down so that indoor air is sucked into the main body 10, and above the air inlet 205. The purification filter 210 may be disposed to filter foreign matter. The purification filter installation unit 215 is formed on the upper surface of the inlet panel 200 to install the purification filter 210 as described above.

Here, the air inlet 205 formed in the middle portion of the inlet panel 200 may be formed in a circular shape so as to be concentrated in the center when the indoor air is inhaled. In this case, the inlet panel 200 serves as an orifice for controlling the flow rate or the flow rate of the air to be sucked, as well as providing an installation place where the purification filter 210 is installed. However, the air inlet 205 does not necessarily have to be circular, and in some embodiments, it may be formed in a square or other shape so that more air can be sucked at once.

4 is a cross-sectional view illustrating an inlet panel for opening and closing the opening illustrated in FIG. 3. Referring to FIG. 4, the inlet panel 200 rotates the opening 105 in an operation of being rotated with respect to the outlet panel 100. Can open and close. In more detail, the inlet panel 200 has one end connected to one side of the opening 105 by a hinge 220, and the other end thereof is detached to the other side of the opening 105.

The inlet panel 200 opens and closes the opening 105 in a manner in which the other end is rotated about an end connected to the hinge 220. As described above, the inlet panel 200 coupled to the outlet panel 100 may require a user to observe the inside of the main body 10 due to a failure or malfunction of a component such as the heat exchanger. When the internal parts of the main body 10 need to be repaired, the opening 105 is rotated and opened together with the door panel coupled to the lower portion of the inlet panel 200 so as not to be separated / disassembled to the outlet panel 100. The advantage is that you can simply do what you want without having to.

5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line A-A of FIG.

According to an exemplary embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 5, the air inlet 205 is installed to be lifted and lowered in the lower part of the inlet panel 200. It further includes a door panel 300 for opening and closing.

In this case, the door panel 300 may be formed to a size substantially corresponding to the size of the inlet panel 200. More preferably, the door panel 300 is inlet panel so that when the air inlet 205 is closed in an ascending operation, the inlet panel 200 is concealed without being observed by the user from the inside, i. It may be formed larger than (200).

In addition, the opening 105 may be formed in a substantially rectangular or square shape, and the inlet panel 200 may also be formed in a shape that shields the opening 105, that is, a rectangular or square shape.

On the other hand, a preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, further includes a lifting mechanism (230A) for lifting the door panel 300 in the lower portion of the inlet panel 200.

As shown in FIG. 3, the elevating mechanism 230A includes a plurality of motors 231 spaced apart from the inlet panel 200, and a plurality of motors arranged side by side with the rotation shafts of the plurality of motors 231, respectively. Shafts 232, a plurality of interlocking members 233 for rotating the plurality of shafts 232 in accordance with the rotation of the rotary shaft, respectively, and are provided on both ends of the plurality of shafts 232 and rotated, respectively The rotating member 234 and the door panel 300 are installed, and each of the rotating member 234 is configured to include a moving member 235 which is raised and lowered during rotation.

Hereinafter, for convenience of description, except for the moving member 235 installed on the door panel 300, a mechanism for directly generating and transmitting a driving force for lifting the door panel 300, that is, the plurality of motors. 231, the shaft 232, the interlocking member 233, and the mechanical driving system of the rotating member 234 will be collectively referred to as "elevating drive unit 230".

The lift driver 230 is preferably installed at two upper edges of the inlet panel 200 and two upper edges of the inlet panel 200.

In more detail, the shaft 232 of the lifting driving unit 230 is disposed to be spaced apart from one edge of the upper surface of the inlet panel 200 and the other edge of the upper surface of the inlet panel 200, respectively.

The plurality of motors 231 and the interlocking member 233 are disposed one by one for each shaft 232 to rotate each of the shafts 232, and both ends of the shafts 232 are rotated. Each member 234 is disposed and rotated in conjunction with the shaft 232.

When the rotating member 234 is rotated in conjunction with the shaft 232, the moving member 235 is moved up and down to raise and lower the door panel 300 up and down.

In more detail, the door panel 300 is formed of a substantially rectangular or square plate like the inlet panel 200, and the movable member 235 has an upper surface of each corner portion of the door panel 300. Are placed one by one. In addition, the elevating guide hole 240 so that the upper end portion of the moving member 235 penetrates the upper portion of the inlet panel 200 when the door panel 300 is raised and lowered even at an edge portion of the inlet panel 200. Are formed respectively.

The suction inlet panel 200 having the above-described configuration moves up and down the door panel 300 to open and close the air inlet 205 formed in the inlet panel 200 by guiding the lifting movement of the movable member 235. It serves as a guide.

On the other hand, as shown in Figure 3, one side of the air inlet 205 formed in the inlet panel 200 from the lower side of the air inlet 205 to the upper surface of the inlet panel 200 is not observed. Protruding concealed ribs 250 are formed.

The concealed rib 250 may be installed on an upper surface of the inlet panel 200 when the door panel 300 is lowered and the air inlet 205 is opened to allow the occupant located at least at the lower interior of the ceiling to open the air inlet 205. It is preferable that the lifting driving unit 230 is formed to a height such that it is not observed.

As described above, since the lift driver 230 is not observed by the user even when the air inlet 205 is opened by the concealed rib 250, the user's emotional quality is deteriorated when the main body 10 is operated. You can prevent it.

FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line B-B of FIG. 1, and FIG. 7 is an enlarged cross-sectional view showing an enlarged portion “C” of FIG. 6.

According to one preferred embodiment of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, the human body sensor module 400 is installed in the door panel 300 to detect the behavior of the occupant. It includes more.

The human body sensor module 400 is an operation of rotating the human body sensor (not shown) detects a specific wavelength according to the infrared or radiated from the occupants throughout the entire area of the room according to the temperature of the specific area, where the occupant in the room As a detection means for determining whether the position is located, when the detection result is sent to a control unit not shown in the form of a predetermined electrical signal, the control unit accurately determines the behavior of the occupant together with the location of the occupant or the temperature of the room, By controlling the operation rate or the wind direction control vane 115 appropriately, it is possible to induce air conditioning to the appropriate temperature required for the occupants and concentrated discharge to the place where the occupants are located.

The human body sensor module 400 is installed in the sensor installation hole 310 formed to penetrate the door panel 300 up and down. In more detail, the door panel 300 is formed such that the sensor installation hole 310 penetrates up and down so that the human body sensor module 400 penetrates up and down, and the human body sensor module 400 is installed. Is installed to protrude a predetermined height to the top or bottom of the door panel 300 based on the sensor installation hole 310.

The reason why the human body sensor module 400 protrudes to the lower side of the door panel 300, that is, to the indoor side is to detect the behavior of the occupants located in the indoor side in a wider range (angle).

However, the human body sensor module 400 is also installed to protrude a predetermined height to the upper side of the door panel 300, that is, the inlet panel 200 is disposed, which is for the door panel 300 to lift While the thickness is relatively thin to reduce the weight and the like, a separate sensor driving motor 410 for rotating the human body sensor is installed on the upper surface of the door panel 300 to protrude upward.

As described above, when the door panel 300 in which the human body sensor module 400 is installed is raised and the lower surface of the inlet panel 200 and the upper surface of the door panel 300 are in surface contact, the human body protruding upwards. The inlet panel 200 is provided with a human body sensor cover 260 in which the upper end portion of the human body sensor module 400 is formed in the inlet panel 200 to prevent the sensor module 400 from being twisted by the sensor module 400.

Here, the human body sensor cover unit 260 does not necessarily have a shape in which the upper end of the human body sensor module 400 is combined, it is sufficient to accommodate the upper end of the human body sensor module 400. The human body sensor cover 260 is formed to be recessed a predetermined depth from the lower surface of the inlet panel 200 to the upper portion. In addition, the human body sensor cover portion 260 is formed integrally with the inlet panel 200.

The human body sensor cover 260 is preferably formed to be recessed toward the upper at a height greater than the height of the protruding height of the human body sensor module 400 at least protruding from the upper surface of the door panel 300.

Hereinafter, the installation process of the ceiling-type air conditioner according to the present invention.

First, the main body 10 is fixed between the ceiling 1 and the ceiling finish 2.

Next, the moving member 235 is fixed to the upper edge portion of the door panel 300, respectively.

In addition, the door panel 300 is moved toward the inlet panel 200 so that the movable member 235 passes through the lifting guide hole 240 to protrude upward from the inlet panel 200.

As shown in FIG. 3, the stopper 236 may be coupled to an upper end of the movable member 235 to limit the downward falling or descending distance of the door panel 300, and the movable driving unit 230 may be moved. To the member 235.

Meanwhile, the purification filter 210 is seated on the purification filter installation unit 215 formed on the inlet panel 200.

As such, the inlet panel 200 coupled to the door panel 300 is moved toward the outlet panel 100 to rotate one end of the outlet panel 100 at one side of the opening 205 by the hinge 220. When the coupling is possible and the other end of the discharge port panel 100 is coupled to the other side of the opening 205, the installation process of the ceiling type air conditioner according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention is completed.

Ceiling type air conditioner according to an embodiment of the present invention, the door panel 300 is coupled to repair the malfunction or failure of the heat exchanger components such as heat exchanger or blower fan installed inside the main body 10 Since the inlet panel 200 is rotated around one side of the opening 105 as a whole, the opening 105 is opened so that a user (or a repairman) can easily repair the outlet panel 100 without removing the outlet panel 100. There is an advantage to this.

In addition, the door panel 300 has an advantage of opening and closing the air inlet 205 while being lifted more stably because the lifting movement is guided by the inlet panel 200.

In the above, a preferred embodiment of a ceiling type air conditioner according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention has been described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. However, embodiments of the present invention are not necessarily limited thereto, and it is obvious that various modifications or other embodiments falling within the scope equivalent to the present invention may be implemented by those skilled in the art. Therefore, the true scope of the present invention will be defined by the claims that follow.

1 is a perspective view showing a preferred embodiment of the ceiling air conditioner according to the present invention,

FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view illustrating a discharge port panel, a suction port panel, and a door panel in the configuration of FIG. 1;

3 is an exploded perspective view illustrating the inlet panel and the door panel of the configuration of FIG. 1;

4 is a cross-sectional view illustrating an inlet panel for opening and closing an opening illustrated in FIG. 3.

5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line A-A of FIG.

6 is a cross-sectional view taken along line B-B of FIG. 1,

FIG. 7 is an enlarged cross-sectional view illustrating an enlarged portion “C” of FIG. 6.

<Explanation of symbols on main parts of the drawings>

1: ceiling 2: ceiling finish

10: main body 100: discharge port panel

105: opening 110: air discharge port

115: wind direction control vane 200: inlet panel

205: air intake 210: purifying filter

215: Purification filter installation unit 220: Hinge

230: lifting drive unit 230A: lifting mechanism

231: motor 232: shaft

233: interlocking member 234: rotating member

235: moving member 240: lifting guide hole

250: concealed rib 260: body detection sensor cover

300: door panel 310: sensor mounting hole

400: human body sensor module 410: sensor drive motor

Claims (9)

  1. A main body fixed to the ceiling and having an open bottom;
    An outlet port panel coupled to a lower portion of the main body and having an air outlet port;
    An inlet panel coupled to a lower portion of the outlet panel and having an air inlet;
    And a door panel disposed to cover the air intake port, forming an air intake flow path between the intake port panel when descending, and shielding the intake panel when ascending.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The discharge port panel constitutes a part of the outer surface of the lower surface of the ceiling type air conditioner,
    The door panel is a ceiling air conditioner constituting the rest of the exterior of the lower surface of the ceiling air conditioner when raised.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The discharge port panel is formed with an opening in communication with the main body in addition to the air discharge port,
    The inlet panel is rotated with the door panel to open and close the opening air conditioner.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    A ceiling air conditioner having a purification filter installation portion formed on an upper surface of the inlet panel, and a purification filter installed on the purification filter installation portion.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    And a lift driver configured to lift the door panel up and down on an upper surface of the inlet panel.
  6. The method according to claim 5,
    Ceiling air conditioner is formed on the upper surface of the inlet panel is formed with a concealed rib protruding a predetermined length to the upper portion so that the lifting drive portion is not exposed from the lower through the air inlet.
  7. The method according to claim 1,
    It is installed on the door panel further comprises a human body sensor module for detecting the behavior of the occupant,
    In the door panel, an upper portion of the human body sensor module is disposed to protrude upward a predetermined length,
    The intake panel, the ceiling type air conditioner is formed with a human body sensor cover portion that is joined to the upper portion of the human body sensor module when the door panel is raised.
  8. The method of claim 7,
    The human body sensor cover part is integrally formed on the inlet panel, and the upper part of the human body sensor module that is raised and the human body sensor cover part are joined together, such that the upper surface of the door panel and the lower surface of the inlet panel contact each other. Ceiling air conditioner recessed to the top of the panel.
  9. The method according to claim 4,
    A lifting guide hole penetrating up and down is formed in an edge portion of the inlet panel,
    The upper part of the door panel is connected to the lifting drive unit, the moving member is moved through the lifting guide hole is disposed, respectively,
    The door panel is lifted from the lower portion of the inlet panel under the guidance of the lifting guide hole when the moving member is lifted ceiling air conditioner to open and close the air inlet.
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