KR970005010B1 - Paternoster lift for cars - Google Patents

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KR970005010B1
KR970005010B1 KR92019404A KR920019404A KR970005010B1 KR 970005010 B1 KR970005010 B1 KR 970005010B1 KR 92019404 A KR92019404 A KR 92019404A KR 920019404 A KR920019404 A KR 920019404A KR 970005010 B1 KR970005010 B1 KR 970005010B1
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산이찌로 아라끼
요시오 히라시
다께히사 야마쓰
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가끼야 다까후미
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Vertical circulation parking lot

1 is a front view of the entire vertical circulation parking lot value according to the first embodiment of the present invention, and is a sectional view taken along the line I-I of FIG.

FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG. 1 of the vertical recirculating parking lot value according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III of FIG. 2 illustrating the attachment mechanism of the fixed guide in the vertical parking lot value according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

4 is a front view of the entire vertical circulation parking lot according to the second embodiment of the present invention, and is a sectional view taken along the line I-I of FIG.

FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG. 4 of the vertical recirculating parking lot value according to the second embodiment of the present invention.

6 is a partial perspective view showing the attachment mechanism of the plate having the teeth of the vertical circulation parking lot according to the second embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 7 is a front view of the entire vertical circulation parking lot according to the third embodiment of the present invention, and is a sectional view taken along the line I-I of FIG.

8 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG. 7 of the vertical recirculating parking lot value according to the third embodiment of the present invention.

9 is a cross-sectional view taken along line III-III of FIG. 7 of the vertical recirculating parking lot value according to the third embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV of FIG. 8 illustrating an example in which the link chain on the paragraph moves the lower guide portion in the vertically-circulating parking lot value according to the third embodiment of the present invention.

11 is a schematic front view of the entire conventional vertical circulation parking lot value.

12 is a front view of the entire conventional vertical parking garage value.

FIG. 13 is a partial view illustrating a relationship between a link plate, an arm plate, a guide roller, and a guide rail of a conventional vertical circulation parking lot, and (a) and (b) are front views, and (c) the link plate of (a). Side view of part.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a mechanical three-dimensional parking lot value for a passenger car, and more particularly, to a vertical circulation parking lot value in which a vehicle is mounted in a plurality of cages and circulated in a ferris wheel type by a link chain. BACKGROUND ART [0002] As a result of the shortage of parking lots due to the spread of automobiles and the rise of land prices, the demand for three-dimensional parking devices is increasing for the effective use of land, and a three-dimensional parking device having high economical efficiency in terms of construction and maintenance is desired.

However, as shown in FIG. 11, the upper sprocket wheel 101 and the lower sprocket wheel 103 are rotatable, and the upper sprocket wheel 101 is rotated by the motor 105 as shown in FIG. Arms 113, which support the vehicle mounting chambers 109,..., 109 that rotate and drive via the drive chain 107 by means of suitable drive mechanisms, etc., and mount the vehicle therein. ..., 113, and is circulating in the vertical direction. As shown in FIG. 11, both the upper sprocket wheel 101 and the lower sprocket wheel 103 are provided with a sprocket groove 117 continuously engaged with the connecting pin 115 of the link chain 111 over the entire outer circumference. have. Naturally, the sprocket wheel used here has a very large root diameter, which requires a large production cost. Therefore, in consideration of economics, a lamp having only a sprocket groove 101 as a driving wheel having a sprocket groove and a lower disc sprocket 103 having no sprocket groove as a driven wheel is known.

In addition, as shown in FIG. 12, the vertical circulation parking lot is attached to the vehicle loading rooms 101 ',..., 10' by the arms 103 ', ... It is cyclically driven by ').

In the conventional dynamic transmission mechanism of the vertical circulation parking lot value, the sprocket groove 113 which is engaged with the pin 111 'of the driving chain 109' as the transmission mechanism for rotating the upper sprocket wheel 107 'to the front circumference. The drive sprocket wheel 115 'equipped with a') is directly connected to the upper sprocket wheel 107 'and passes through the drive chain 109' by a suitable power source 117 '. It is common to rotate ').

The arm supporting the vehicle loading room of the vertical circulation parking lot is one pitch of the link plate 103 on the outer side of the endless link chain 101 " The arm plate 107 is attached to both ends of the link plate connecting pin 105 at intervals of 2 pitches or more (see FIG. 13 (b)) and the other end 109 of the arm plate 107. The arm 11 of the triangular shape formed by connecting to each other is provided. In addition, the guide roller 115 is usually attached to the link plate connecting pin 105 attached to one end of the arm plate 107 to smoothly vertically move the endless link chain 101 and the vehicle loading chamber 113. have. This guide roller 115 is guided to the guide rail 117 which was arrange | positioned along the endless link chain 101 provided in tension.

In addition, the vertical circulation parking lot is a vehicle that is attached to and supported the endless link chain 101 via a plurality of vehicle loading chambers 113 and a vehicle through an arm plate 107, but when the endless link chain 101 is cut. There is no safety measure to prevent both the vehicle loading chamber 113 and the vehicle from falling.

However, the vertical circulation parking lot shown in FIG. 11 is the sum of the endless link chain 111 which is vertically driven and the plurality of vehicle loading chambers 109 suspended and supported by the arm 113 and the plurality of vehicles mounted thereon. Since the weights are all supported by the upper sprocket wheel 101, the lower sprocket wheel 103 is hardly subjected to their load. Accordingly, if the lower sprocket wheel 103 functions to move the vehicle loading room 109 suspended from the link chain 111 in accordance with a predetermined trajectory under the parking lot value, the lower sprocket wheel 103 is connected to the link chain ( The sprocket groove 117 that is engaged with the connecting pin 115 of 111 does not necessarily need to be provided and does not necessarily require rotation.

In addition, in the vertical circulation parking lot shown in FIG. 12, the force that transmits power when the driving chain 109 'rotates the driving sprocket wheel 115' is the pin 111 'of the driving chain 109'. And the teeth 119 'of the sprocket wheel 115' for driving are not evenly hung. Therefore, when the rotation speed is slow, it is not necessary to equip the teeth 119 'of the sprocket wheel 115' for driving over the entire circumference.

In addition, since the conventional arm plate 107 shown in FIG. 13 is attached to both ends of the link plate connecting pin 105, the end of the link plate connecting pin 105 is twice the link plate and the arm plate 107. Since the double plate overlaps, the double plate overlaps on both sides, and since the guide roller 115 is attached to the outside of one side, the link plate connecting pin 105 needs to be significantly longer than that of the other part. 13 (c)), the guide roller 115 is attached to the link plate connecting pin 105 to which the arm plate 107 is attached, and the guide rail 117 for guiding the guide roller 115 is vertically circulated. Attempting to attach directly to the main pillar that forms the frame main body of the parking lot value, the left and right periodic intervals become unstable because the two left and right endless link chains 101 caught on the upper and lower sprocket wheels are equal to the interval. In addition, when the main trunk is widened, an extra guide rail attachment post must be provided. In addition, the endless link chain 101 is designed with a safety factor of several times the expected maximum load, but if the chain is cut because the metal fatigue or the connection pin is pulled out, the countermeasure is not taken and all the vehicle loading chambers 113 are mounted. It is not difficult to imagine that the vehicle in which it is stored will fall and cause a big accident.

The present invention was devised to solve the above problems in view of the above problems, and the object thereof is to simplify the lower sprocket wheel in the vertical circulation parking lot that can accommodate a large number of vehicles in three dimensions without difficulty in entering and leaving the limited site. It is to provide vertical circular parking lot which is economical in terms of construction and maintenance.

In addition, the drive sprocket teeth are used as a partial tooth to simplify the cutting process of large diameter sprockets and at the same time reduce the manufacturing cost and provide a vertical circulation parking lot that is economical in terms of construction and maintenance. In addition, the structure of the arm plate and the link plate is lighter and simpler, and the stable structure integrates the guide rail and the main column and provides a safe vertical circulation parking lot for unexpected chain cutting.

In order to achieve the above object, the vertical circulation parking lot according to the first aspect of the present invention is provided with a plurality of vehicle loading rooms through an arm on the link chain through an endless link chain on a pair of wheels provided at upper and lower intervals. The sprockets for driving the upper wheels in a three-dimensional parking lot configured to support the suspension and to circulate the vehicle mounting room in a vertical direction by rotating the upper wheel with an appropriate drive mechanism by installing arm guides that regulate the trajectory of the vehicle loading room. As a fixed guide rail, which is a wheel and does not rotate the lower wheel, it is formed in an arc shape.

In addition, the vertical circulation parking lot according to the second aspect of the present invention hangs an endless link chain on a pair of sprocket wheels spaced up and down, and suspends and supports a plurality of vehicle loading rooms via arms through the link chain. In a three-dimensional parking lot configured to rotate the upper sprocket wheel by a drive mechanism to circulate the vehicle loading compartment in the vertical direction, a tooth suitable for a pitch circle of a size corresponding to the required rotation ratio in the upper sprocket wheel side with respect to rotational drive force transmission. Appropriate number of plates having a number of partial teeth were arranged at equal intervals to adjust the position in the radial direction.

In addition, the vertical circulation parking lot according to the third aspect of the present invention hangs an endless link chain on a pair of sprocket wheels spaced up and down, and attaches a plurality of vehicle loading rooms through an arm to the endless link chain. In the three-dimensional parking device, the arm that supports the vehicle loading chamber is integrally formed as a part of the link of the endless link chain, and the arm base and the arm and the vehicle, which are a combination of the arm and the endless link chain. A guide roller for guiding the movement of the arm is provided at an intermediate position with the arm tip, which is a coupling part of the thread, and a guide rail, which is a vertical orbit of the guide roller, is provided integrally with the main pillar of the device frame. All wires are moderately loosened in a range where the vertical circulation of the endless link chain is smoothly performed. Is connected.

The parking lot value of the 1st aspect of this invention which has the above structure functions as follows.

The fixed guide rail is formed in an arc shape and installed in place of the lower wheel, and guides the user to step on a predetermined arc trajectory when the vehicle loading room supported by the link chain and the link chain moves below the main parking lot value. And maintain a good relationship between the arm and the arm guide. Moreover, by providing the fixed guide rail in this way, the following driven side sprocket wheel and the bearing mechanism which support it can be omitted.

Further, the parking lot value of the second aspect of the present invention functions as follows.

On the side of the upper sprocket wheel that circulates the endless link chain supporting the vehicle loading room, an appropriate number of plates with teeth having partial teeth are arranged on the pitch circle of the size corresponding to the required rotation ratio. Since it is attached, any part of the tooth of the toothed plate can mesh with the pitch of the drive chain to transmit the rotational driving force. Therefore, the driving wheel portion for rotating the link chain of the driving sprocket is lighter, and the plate having only the teeth of the partial teeth is easily mass-produced in the same process, thereby reducing the material cost and manufacturing cost. In addition, since the bearing of the wheel part can be used for light load, this also improves the economics in terms of construction and maintenance. In addition, since the attachment of the plate having the teeth can be adjusted in the radial direction of the pitch circle, the pitch change caused by the elongation of the chain generated over time can be easily responded to by adjusting the pitch circle.

Moreover, the parking lot value of the 3rd aspect of this invention works as follows.

Since the arm supporting suspension of the vehicle loading chamber is integrated as a part of the link of the endless link chain, the structure of the arm portion of the endless link chain can be simplified and lightweight, and the length of all the link plate connecting pins can be the same. In addition, the guide roller for guiding the movement of the link is installed at the intermediate position between the arm base, which is the arm and the endless link chain, and the arm base, which is the arm and the vehicle loading room. Since the guide rail position of the vertical track is outside the pitch line of the endless link chain, the guide rail spaced to the left and right is widened, so even if the main frame of the device frame is installed at this position, the stability of the device is not impaired. Guide rails can be supported in the main column. Therefore, there is no need to separately install a support for supporting the guide as in the case of installing the guide on the sebaceous line of the endless link chain. In addition, the wire rope is appropriately given the slowing down of the range in which the endless link chain is vertically circulated smoothly, and is connected to each of the adjacent arm portions constituting the endless link chain. In the event of an unforeseen event of failure, the chain breaks down to avoid the damage that all vehicles in the on-board floor fall to the ground and break.

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Hereinafter, each embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

[First Embodiment]

1 is a front view showing the whole of the three-dimensional parking device according to the first aspect of the present invention, and the front part of the frame of the whole device is omitted for ease of understanding. 2 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG.

In FIG. 1, 11 is a vehicle-mounting room which accommodates one vehicle in each, and distinguishes each by the code | symbol 11a, 11b, ..., 11g.

The vehicle mounting chambers 11a, 11b, ..., 11g are attached to and supported in the free suspension state by the arms 13, ..., 13, respectively. The arms 13,... 13 are connected by connecting pins 15,..., 15, respectively, and form a link plate of the endless link chain 17. The arms 13, ..., 13 are provided with guide rollers 19, ..., 19, and the guide rollers 19, ..., 19 are guide rails 21, 21. The guide chain is regulated to move along the vertical track without the link chain 17 in the vertical movement state being guided.

The connecting pins 15, ..., 15 of the endless link chain 17 are engaged with the sprocket grooves 25, ..., 25 installed on the outer circumference of the upper sprocket wheel 23 from the top, and the upper sprocket wheel ( In conjunction with the rotation of 23, the endless link chain 17 is moved. The endless link chain 17 is guided by a fixed guide 27 in a semicircular arc shape from the bottom. By rotating the upper sprocket wheel 23, the vehicle mounting chambers 11a, 11b, ..., 11g are circulated in the vertical direction.

The endless link chain 17 is supported on the outer circumference of the upper sprocket wheel 23 on the upper side to hold the circular trajectory of the vehicle loading chamber 11 and on the lower side of the arc of the vehicle loading chamber 11 by the fixing guide 27. Secure the track.

3, the attachment mechanism of the fixing guide 27 will be described. 29 and 29 are brackets fixed to the apparatus frame 31 and screwed in and inserted into the bolts 33 and 33.

When the bolts 33 and 33 are screwed to press the tops of the blocks 37 and 37 mounted on the upper ends of the fixing guides 27 to the ends 35 and 35 of the bolts 33 and 33, the fixing guides 27 ) Moves together with the fixed plates (39,..., 39) and the tension of the positive plates (39,... 41) and the appropriate tension is given to the link chain 17, so that the fixing guides 27 are tightened by tightening the fixing bolts 43, ..., 43 passing through the long holes 41, ..., 41. It is fixed at that position and the tension of the link chain 17 is retained. The connecting pin 15 is slid and moved along the outer circumference 45 of the fixing guide 27.

As shown in FIG. 2, the above-described mechanism including the arm 13 and the endless link chain 17, which are supported by the vehicle mounting chamber 11, is symmetrical with the vehicle mounting chamber 11 interposed therebetween. By way of example, each endless link chain 17 arranged before and after the device and interposed before and after the device is interlocked by a main shaft 47 that chain-drives the corresponding upper sprocket wheels 23 and 23. The main shaft 47 supports the drive chain 51 which is wound around the upper sprocket wheels 23 and 23 and the drive sprocket wheels 49 and 49 fixed to the coaxial shaft, respectively, and adjusts the tension while simultaneously driving the drive chain 1. ) Orbit.

In this embodiment, an electric motor is employed as the driving force, but other driving sources such as an engine may be used.

As shown in FIG. 1, the moment that acts on the respective arms 13 by gravity together with the vehicle on which the vehicle loading chamber 11a and the vehicle loading chamber 11g located at the top thereof are mounted is the upper sprocket wheel 23. As shown in FIG. Is supported). Strictly, the upper sprocket wheel 23 supports the moment acting on the arm 13 in the section indicated by the arrow U. FIG.

The left vehicle loading chambers 11b, 11c and the right vehicle loading chambers 11e, 11f, which are guided vertically by the guide rails 21, 21, are mounted on the respective arms by gravity. The moment acting on 13) is supported by the guide rails 21, 21 via the guide rollers 19, ..., 19. Strictly, in the sections indicated by arrows R and L, the moments acting on the arms 13 are supported by the guide rails 21, 21 via the guide rollers 19,..., 19. Therefore, only the tension in the longitudinal direction is loaded on the link chain 17 and the connecting pin 15 in the section R-U-L as the tangential force.

Since the vehicle loading chamber 11d is in a natural suspension state and the arm 13 is not constrained, the vehicle chain is mounted on the link chain 17 located below by each arm 13 supporting the vehicle loading chamber 11c. The connecting pin 15a and the connecting pin 15b and the connecting pin 15c and the connecting pin 15d at both sides of the arm 13 of the on-board chamber 11d by the weight of the seal 11d and the vehicle mounted thereon. The force acting to bring the shape of the link chain 17 between the two close to a straight line acts. The guide force (19, 19) of the arm (13) is moved by the fixed guide (27) on the arc of the outer circumference (45) and accompanied by the driving of the link chain (17) to the opening of the guide rail (21). To (59).

Since the vertical force exerted by the action of the link chain 17 on the arc of the fixed guide 27 is extremely small, frictional force is hardly generated between the link chain 17 and the fixed guide 27.

Therefore, the link chain 17 moves smoothly and does not allow for noise generation. In other words, as in the case of using the lower sprocket wheel, there is no vibration or noise generated when the link collides with the sprocket wheel due to the looseness of the link chain.

At the time of loading and unloading of the vehicle, the required vehicle loading chamber 11 is driven by rotating the upper sprocket wheel 23 by the drive chain 51 via the reduction gear 55 to circulate the link chain 17. ) Is moved to the position S shown in FIG.

Second Embodiment

4 is a front view showing the whole of the three-dimensional parking device according to the second aspect of the present invention, and for ease of understanding, the front part of the frame of the whole device is omitted.

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

In Fig. 4, 11 'is a vehicle loading room for storing one vehicle each, and is supported by arms 13', ... 13 ', which are attached to each other in a free suspension state. The arms 13 ', ... 13' are connected by connecting pins 15 ', ...', respectively, to form a link plate of the endless link chain 17 '. The arms 13 ', ... 13' are equipped with guide rollers 19 ', ... 19', and the guide rollers 19 ', ... 19' are provided with guide rails 21 ', 21'. ), The link chain 17 'in the vertical movement state is regulated so as to move the vehicle loading chamber 11' according to the vertical trajectory without being arranged.

The connecting pins 15 ', ... 15' of the endless link chain 17 'are engaged with the sprocket grooves provided in the five circumferences of the upper sprocket wheel 23' from above, and thus the upper sprocket wheel 23 'is rotated. Accompanyingly, the endless link chain 17 'is moved. The endless link chain 17 'is guided by a fixed guide 25' on a substantially semi-circular arc from the bottom. By rotating the upper sprocket wheel 23 ', the vehicle loading chamber 11' is circulated in the vertical direction.

As shown in FIG. 5, the above-described mechanism including the arm 13 'for suspension-supporting the on-board chamber 11' and the endless link chain 17 'is identical between the on-board chamber 11'. Each endless link chain 17 'disposed symmetrically in front of and behind the device, by the main shaft 27' for chain driving the corresponding upper sprocket wheels 23 ', 23'. Interlocked. The main shaft 27 'transmits the rotational driving force of the electric motor 51' to the drive chains 47 'and 47' for rotating the upper sprocket wheels 23 'and 23' via the reduction gear 53 '. 55 'and 55' are idle wheels, which hold and support the drive chain 47 'and adjust the tension, and at the same time determine the trajectory of the drive chain 47'.

Plate 31 'having teeth having three teeth on a pitch circle 29' of a size corresponding to the rotation ratio required for the speed of circulating the vehicle loading chamber 11 'on one side of the upper sprocket wheel 23', ...., 31 ') are arranged in proper number and attached at equal intervals.

6, this attachment mechanism will be described. 33 'is a bracket integral with the liner base 35' fixed to the side of the upper sprocket wheel 23 ', and the adjustment bolts 37' and 37 'are screwed in and inserted. The toothed plate 31 'is fitted with the tooth 41' facing outwards between the guides 39 'and 39' provided at both ends on the liner base 35 '.

When the adjusting bolt 37 'is turned clockwise to press the bottom portion 43' of the plate 31 'having the teeth to the end of the adjusting bolt 37', the teeth 41 'move toward the outside. Accordingly, when the adjusting bolt 37 'is turned to the pitch direction by appropriately adjusting the teeth 41', the teeth 41 'move toward the outside. Therefore, the pitch cycle 29 'can be enlarged and reduced by adjusting the adjusting bolt 37' appropriately. The movement on the liner base 35 'of the toothed plate 31' is done along the long hole 45 'and the long hole 45' is inserted where proper engagement with the drive chain 47 'is obtained. Tighten the fixing bolt 49 'through which the toothed plate 31' is fixed at the position to secure the pitch circle 29.

The upper sprocket wheel 23 'is rotated by transmitting the rotation driving force of the electric motor 51' through the reduction gear 53 'to the drive chain 47' which is engaged and wound on the plate 31 'having a plurality of teeth. Driven. In this embodiment, a motor is used for the driving force, but other driving sources such as an engine can also be used.

When the vehicle is unloaded, the motor 51 'is driven to circulate the link chain 15' and the required vehicle loading chamber 11 'is moved to the position S shown in FIG. The inertia load causes permanent elongation in the drive chain 47 'over time, and the cumulative pitch error becomes large, especially when engaged with a large diameter sprocket. In such a case, adjust the adjustment bolt 37 'by slowing down the fixing bolt 49' to enlarge the pitch circle, and then tighten the fixing bolt 49 'again at the place where proper engagement with the drive chain 47' is obtained. The plate 31 'which has it is fixed in that position. Such a sagging drive chain 47 'can be adjusted to a suitable pitch circle 29'.

Third Embodiment

7 is a front view showing the whole of the three-dimensional parking device according to the third aspect of the present invention, and the front part of the frame of the whole device is omitted for ease of understanding. 8 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line II-II of FIG. In Fig. 7, 11, ... 11 is a vehicle loading room for storing one vehicle one by one, and is supported by arms 13, ... 13 in free suspension. The arms 13, ... 13 are connected by connecting pins 15, ... 15, respectively, to form a link plate of the endless link chain 17. The arm (13, ... 13) has an arm base (19), which is a joint between the arm (13) and the endless link chain (17), and an arm tip (21), which is a joint between the arm and the on-board compartment. Guide rollers (23, ... 23) are provided at the intermediate position to guide the movement of the arm.The guide rollers (23, ... 23) are guided to the guide rails (25, 25) for vertical movement. The endless link chain 17 is regulated such that the on-board chamber 11 is moved along a vertical track without being arranged.

According to the guide rails 25 and 25, the main pillars 29 and 29 of the apparatus frame 27 are provided, and each main pillar 29 as shown in the sectional view taken along line III-III of FIG. 7 in FIG. ) Support each guide rail (25). Since the main pillars 29 and 29 are outside the vertical pitch lines 31 formed by the endless link chain 17, the installation stability of the entire apparatus is improved.

33, ... 33 are the outer ropes and are fixed to the wire rope attachment sheet 35 fixed to the adjacent arms 13 and 13 by slowing down moderately so that the vertical circulation drive of the endless link chain 17 can be performed smoothly. Each cycle is connected.

Therefore, in the event of an unexpected occurrence of any of the constituent members of the endless link chain 17, the wire rope 33 between the arms 13 and 13 is separated between the arms 13 and 13 even if the chain is broken. Since it prevents the separation, the endless link chain 17 is still in continuous state and the situation in which the vehicle mounted in the vehicle compartments 11, ... 11 falls to the ground and is damaged can be avoided.

The connecting pins 15,... 15 of the endless link chain 17 are engaged with the sprocket grooves 39 provided on the outer circumference of the upper sprocket wheels 37 at the top and are accompanied by the rotation of the upper sprocket wheels 37. The endless link chain 17 is moved. The endless link chain 17 is guided along a fixed guide 41 on a substantially semi-circular arc at the bottom.

As shown in FIG. 8, the mechanism including an arm 13 and an endless link chain 17 for suspension supporting the on-board chamber 11 is identical to the front and rear of the apparatus symmetrically with the on-vehicle chamber therebetween. Each endless link chain 17 disposed in and before and after is interlocked by a main shaft 43 which chain-drives the corresponding upper sprocket wheels 37 and 37. The main shaft 43 is wound around the upper sprocket wheels 37 and 37 and the driving sprocket wheels 45 and 45 which are coaxially fixed to each other, and the rotational driving force of the motor 49 is applied to the driving chains 47 and 47 which are engaged with each other. It passes through the reducer 51. 53 and 53 support the drive chain 47 with an idle wheel to adjust the tension and at the same time determine the trajectory of the drive chain 47.

At the time of loading and unloading of the vehicle, the upper sprocket wheel 37 is rotated by the drive chain 47 through the reduction gear 51 to drive the motor 49, thereby circulating and moving the endless link chain 17. 11) is transferred to the position S shown in FIG. In this embodiment, an electric motor is employed as the driving force, but other driving sources such as an engine may be used.

Next, the relationship between the arm 13, the guide roller 23, the guide rail 25, and the like when the endless link chain 17 is cyclically moved will be described. For example, the guide mounting roller 11 located at the bottom of the drawing and the guide roller 23 of the arm 13 supporting the full weight of the onboard vehicle are fixed guides as the endless link chain 17 moves. It is introduced into the guide rail 25 from the opening 55 which is guided by 41 and shifted from the arc orbit to the straight straight track (see FIG. 10). The rotation moment generated in the arm 13 by the weight of the vehicle loading chamber 11 and the mounted vehicle in the guide rail 25 is supported on the side surface of the guide rail 25 via the guide roller 23 and the link chain ( 17) only vertical components act as tension. Moreover, when the guide roller 23 falls from the guide rail 25 in the upper part of the guide rail 25, the arm 13 forms the link plate of the endless link chain 17, and therefore the vehicle loading chamber 11 By the gravity action, the upper sprocket wheel 37 is all borne by the arm 13 via the connecting pin 15.

According to the first aspect of the present invention, the endless link chains supporting the plurality of vehicle mounting rooms are formed in an arc shape using fixed guide rails which do not rotate the lower guides which are tightly spaced apart from each other. The sprocket wheel, the sprocket wheel shaft and the bearing can be omitted and the cost required for attachment and fitting can be saved. In addition, vibrations and noise generated between the sprocket wheel and the link chain are reduced, and it can be preferably used in a residential area.

Further, according to the second aspect of the present invention, the sprockets are partially and equally spaced on the required pitch circle on the side of the upper sprocket wheel with respect to the rotational drive of the upper sprocket wheel for circulating a link chain for suspending the plurality of vehicle loading chambers. Since the gear is provided and no gas is used as the wheel of the driving sprocket, the driving wheel part for rotating the link chain for circulation in the vehicle loading room is not only lighter, but it is not necessary to manufacture expensive large diameter sprocket, and the plate having only the partial tooth is the same process. Since mass production becomes easy, material cost and manufacturing cost are reduced.

The bearing of this wheel part can be used for the light weight, and the attachment of the plate with the tooth can adjust the position in the radial direction of the pitch circle. It can be corrected by adjusting the length of the replacement cycle for the drive chain. As a result, economics can be achieved in terms of construction and maintenance.

In addition, according to the third aspect of the present invention, the flax supporting the vehicle loading chamber is integrally formed as a part of the link of the endless link chain, and the guide roller for guiding the movement of the link is an engaging portion between the arm and the endless link chain. Since it is installed in the middle position between the arm base and the arm tip, which is the joint part of the arm and the vehicle loading room, the structure of the arm part of the endless link chain can be simplified and lightened, and the lengths of all the connecting pins can be the same. Economics can be promoted. In addition, the guide roller for guiding the link moves outside the pitch line of the endless link chain, so that the vertical guide rail spaced to the left and right is widened so that the guide rail can be supported on the pillar without losing stability in terms of installation of the device. have. In addition, since all of the adjacent arms are connected by wire ropes that have appropriately slowed down the range in which the endless leak chain is smoothly driven, breakage occurs due to fatigue or connecting pins in the endless link chain. Even when an unforeseen event occurs, it is maintained by the wire rope between the arms, so that all vehicles mounted in the on-board room fall to the ground and be damaged.

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  1. An endless link chain is installed on a pair of wheels spaced up and down, and arm guides are mounted on the link chain through arms to support the vehicle taba room, and an arm guide is provided to regulate the trajectory of the vehicle loading room. In the three-dimensional parking device for circulating the vehicle loading compartment in the vertical direction by rotating the upper wheel with an appropriate drive mechanism, the upper wheel is used as the sprocket wheel for driving and the fixed guide rail is not rotated. Circulated parking lot formed.
  2. The vehicle is equipped with a pair of endless link chains mounted on the sprocket wheels at an interval, and supports the plurality of vehicle loading chambers through the arms on the link chains and rotates the sprocket wheels with an appropriate driving mechanism. In a three-dimensional parking lot in which a thread is circulated in the vertical direction, an appropriate number of plates having an appropriate number of partial teeth on a pitch circle of a size corresponding to the required rotation ratio in the upper sprocket wheel in terms of rotation drive transmission is equally spaced. Vertically parked parking lot with a radial position and adjustable attachment.
  3. In a three-dimensional parking device in which a link chain is mounted on an endless pair of sprocket wheels spaced up and down, and a plurality of vehicle loading rooms are attached and circulated through an arm to the endless link chain. The arm supporting the suspension is integral with the part of the link of the endless link chain, and the arm is located at the intermediate position between the arm base, which is the joint between the arm and the endless link chain, and the arm tip, which is the joint between the arm and the vehicle loading room. It is equipped with a guide roller for guiding the movement of the guide roller and a guide rail, which is a vertical track of the guide roller, integrally with the main pillar of the device frame, and the vertical circulation of the endless link chain Vertically revolving parking lot that is connected by a low-elegance low-strength low-impact range.
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JP3274161A JPH05113051A (en) 1991-10-22 1991-10-22 Vertical circulating parking system
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