RU2373133C2 - Liift door drive and lock device - Google Patents

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RU2373133C2
RU2373133C2 RU2006132335/11A RU2006132335A RU2373133C2 RU 2373133 C2 RU2373133 C2 RU 2373133C2 RU 2006132335/11 A RU2006132335/11 A RU 2006132335/11A RU 2006132335 A RU2006132335 A RU 2006132335A RU 2373133 C2 RU2373133 C2 RU 2373133C2
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    • B66HOISTING; LIFTING; HAULING
    • B66BELEVATORS; ESCALATORS OR MOVING WALKWAYS
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FIELD: transport.
SUBSTANCE: lift door drive and lock device comprises driver skids (14, 15) interacting with mine lift door drive rollers (109, 110). Proposed device comprises actuating device (100) that incorporates actuator lever (1) driven by door drive and retainer (20). Aforesaid lever and retainer are prestressed in a certain position. There is one spring (7) in contact with lever (1) and retainer (20) to prestress both.
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The invention relates to a device for actuating and locking elevator doors according to the preamble of claim 1.

The elevator doors are driven, in general, due to the fact that the door drive is provided on the elevator car, which performs the movement of opening and closing the car door. At the same time, the doors of the elevator shaft, which are located at every stopping point of the elevator, usually do not have any own door drive, but are carried away by the drive devices of the cab door. In this case, the driving device additionally has the task of unlocking the doors of the elevator shaft.

As a rule, driving rollers are mounted on the doors of the shaft, which have a certain distance from each other in the horizontal or vertical direction. The drive device, which is mounted on the door of the elevator car, has drive rails that are oriented in the vertical direction and the distance between which can vary. In this case, the process of unlocking the doors of the elevator shaft occurs due to the fact that the drive rails exert force on the leading rollers of the doors of the elevator shaft. Fundamentally, this force can press the drive rollers of the doors of the elevator shaft to each other or wring out from each other. In practice, such systems are called a closing device or a corresponding opening device.

As soon as the doors of the elevator shaft are unlocked, the movement of opening the cab door can occur, and the effort of the cab doors through the drive skids and driving rollers of the shaft doors is also transmitted to the doors of the elevator shaft, so that the doors of the cabs and doors of the elevator shaft open simultaneously. In this case, the doors of the elevator shaft are connected to each other by a drive device, for example, a tension cable. The locking movement occurs in the reverse order.

Cab doors themselves often do not lock completely, that is, they are kept closed only by the power of the door drive. However, under certain conditions, it is required or prescribed by law to provide for cabin door locks that reliably prevent the cabin doors from opening outside the so-called stop zones, which are the designated stop points for the elevator car. The blocking must be performed in such a way that even if there is a power failure, the blocking function is maintained. However, on the other hand, it is necessary to remove the lock in the stopping areas, as would have happened with the normal and intended opening of the cabin door, but would have occurred in emergency situations, for example, after manual descent of the cabin when the power supply was interrupted. Interlocking devices are known from EP 0426057 A, EP 709331 A or EP 164581 A, in which the interlock is actuated by means of levers that are connected to the contact roller, wherein the contact roller in the stop zones is deflected by fixed inclined elements from its original position. In the initial position, the cabin doors are locked. The disadvantage of these solutions is that the costs of adjusting a plurality of inclined elements are relatively high.

From EP 744373 A, a solution is known in which the movement of the shaft door retainer is transmitted to the cab door retainer. The mechanics intended for this contain many individual parts.

To avoid these drawbacks, solutions have been developed that connect the cabin door lock device to the movement of the drive skids, so that no additional inclined elements on the floors are required. Such solutions are described, for example, in US 6173815 B or EP 332841 A. The devices are thus designed so that the doors of the cabs are constantly locked when the door drive presses the doors into the closed position. However, the lock remains activated also when the door drive fails outside the floor, for example, due to a power outage, or is inadvertently activated due to an error, and with this the drive rails move to a position that corresponds to unlocking the doors of the elevator shaft. Only in the area of the stopping zone on the corresponding floors can the cab door be unlocked by the fact that the drive rails are activated, however, they can run onto the drive rollers of the shaft doors and cannot perform their full theoretically possible movement. In well-known solutions, this functionality is implemented through a series of levers, which are connected, on the one hand, with the door drive and, on the other hand, with drive rails. Known solutions are mechanically complex and, accordingly, expensive for production and maintenance.

In known solutions for the actuating lever and the latch for locking the door (s) of the cabin, separate springs are provided. This requires appropriate design and manufacturing costs.

A similar design is known from WO2003089356 A1. Two springs are also required in this design, namely a compression spring that acts on the rod and thereby creates tension on the actuating lever in the direction corresponding to the counter-clockwise rotation axis, and an additional pressure spring, which creates the latch tension in the clockwise direction.

Further improvements to the solution according to EP 332841 A are known from EP 1266860 A. A contact bus is also provided here on one of the carrier runners. Only if the leash of the leash presses on the drive roller of the shaft doors, the contact bus is pressed against the leash of the shaft and as a result the cab door is unlocked. If for this purpose, according to EP 332841 A, it is still necessary to transfer the movement of the contact bus along the control curve to the control roller of the cab door lock, then according to EP 1266860 A this is done by means of a lever. Two springs are also needed here: one spring for pulling runners and one for the second latch.

The aim of the invention is to remedy these drawbacks and provide a device of the type mentioned at the beginning, which is less complex and in which the number of springs can be reduced.

According to the invention, this is achieved in a device of the type mentioned at the beginning with the distinguishing features of claim 1.

It is guaranteed by the proposed measures that one spring provides both the preliminary voltage of the actuating lever and the clamp voltage, and at the same time locks the cab doors.

Due to the features of claim 1, there is the advantage of a very simple solution from a structural point of view. In this case, it is possible in a simple way to provide prestressing of the latch and actuating lever.

Due to the features of paragraph 2 of the claims, at the same time three pivotally mounted parts can be preliminarily pressed into a certain position with one spring. As a result of this, there is a very simple design in which a minimum of parts can be dispensed with.

Particularly favorable will be the design according to paragraph 3 of the claims. As can be clearly seen from the description of the drawings, by means of it it is possible to achieve that the doors will be unlocked only when the cab is in the stopping area.

The invention is further explained in more detail by means of the drawings, which show:

Figure 1 is a General view of the device according to the invention in a position where the lock in the floor area is removed to open the cabin door.

Figure 2 - the device according to figure 1, on an enlarged scale in the position in which the door drive keeps the cabin door closed.

Figure 3 is a view, respectively, of figure 2, in the position of the device with a de-energized (faulty) door drive between floors with the cab door still locked.

4 is a view according to figure 2, in a position where the lock is removed in the floor area to open the cabin door.

Figure 1 - corresponding to the invention, the device, which has an actuator 100, is presented in its assembled state. Actuator 100 is essentially mounted on a base plate 200 that is coupled to a cabin door 104a.

A door holder 101 in the form of a carrier is provided in the entrance aperture of the elevator car not shown here. On the door holder 101, rails 102 are fixed along which the rollers 103 move, on which the cabin doors 104a, 104b are hung. The actuation of the doors 104a, 104b of the cabins is carried out by means of a door drive 105, for example, an electric motor, which is mounted on the door holder 101 and drives the drive belt 106. The drive belt 106 is connected to the actuating lever 1 (FIGS. 2-4) of the actuating device 100 (figure 1). Since the actuator 100 is connected directly to the first cab door 104a, the first cab door 104a is moved by a drive belt 106. The first cab door 104a is further connected to an endless cable 107, which is substantially horizontal and extends through the guide rollers 108. The second cab door 104b also connected to the endless cable 107, of course, to another branch, so that the movement of opening and closing the doors 104a, 104b of the cabin occurs simultaneously and in the opposite movement relative to each other. Next, in FIG. 1, outside the drive skids 14, 15 of the actuator 100, driving shafts 109, 110 of the shaft door are shown, which are connected to the shaft door 111, indicated here by dashed lines. It is expediently made, also of two parts, both parts of the shaft door 111 being connected to each other by a connecting device, for example, an endless cable similar to cable 107, so that both of these parts also move simultaneously in opposite directions.

First, the principle construction and the principle function are explained. Figure 2 presents the situation with the closed doors 104a, 104b of the cabin (Fig. 1) and the closed door 111 of the shaft (Fig. 1). Driving runners form together with two rotary levers 11, 13 a hinged parallelogram. The distance between the drive skids 14, 15 changes due to the rotation of the pivoting levers 11, 13. According to FIG. 2, the drive skids 14, 15 of the actuator 100 are as close as possible to each other and therefore are removed from the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door, so that the cab can move without affecting these drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door.

The opening movement of the cabin doors 104a, 104b (FIG. 1) and the elevator shaft door 111 starts by driving the door drive 105 and driving the drive belt 106 in the direction of arrow 4 (FIG. 2). By moving the drive belt 106, the actuating lever 1 in the actuating device 100 is primarily attracted to the movement and moves to its left by a pivot point 2 located above its pivot axis 3. This leads to the fact that the Executive rod 10 pivotally connected to the actuating lever 1, which is pivotally connected with its lower end to the rotary lever 11, is pulled upward and the drive runners 14, 15 are moved apart from each other due to the rotation of the rotary levers 11 and 13. ( Strictly taken into account: the actuating rod 10 is pivotally connected to the cam 18, which for its part is pivotally connected to the actuating lever 1. This is explained below.)

The drive rails 14, 15 exert a pressing force on the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door, as a result of which the lock of the elevator shaft door 111 not shown here is removed (removed). As soon as the actuator lever 1 of the actuator 100 reaches its stop, which is formed by the end of the longitudinal groove 6 into which the roller 5 is inserted, the entire actuator 100 with the drive belt 106 (FIG. 1) is shifted to the left, as a result of which the opening movement of the first cabin door 104a begins. Now the position according to FIGS. 1 and 4 is reached. At the same time, the second cabin door 104b is moved with the cable 107 in the opposite direction. By means of the drive rollers 109, 110, the doors 111 of the elevator shaft are driven into motion, which are connected, as already mentioned, by an endless cable to each other and also open.

This is the basic principle of this mechanism. It has been implemented in detail and functions accordingly, as shown below:

The actuating lever 1 for the actuating device 100 according to the invention is connected at the pivot point 2 (FIGS. 2-4) to the drive belt 106. The actuating lever 1 is mounted to rotate around the pivot axis 3 which is rigidly connected to the cabin door 104a. In the embodiment shown in FIG. 2 position (the cab door is held closed), the drive belt 106 pulls the actuator arm 1 in the direction of arrow 4, so that the roller 5 on the actuator arm 1 abuts against a stop fixed to the cab door 104a (upper end of longitudinal groove 6). The door 104a of the cabin is simultaneously held in a closed position by the pulling force of the drive belt 106. The pressure spring 7 is mounted on the guide rod 8 and exerts a pressure on the actuating lever 1 and pressure plate 22 and at the same time preloads the actuating lever 1 through the spring hinge 9 7 in a direction that corresponds to a counterclockwise rotational movement.

A cam 18 is mounted on the actuating lever 1 with a possibility of rotation on the axis 19. The cam 18 is connected to the actuating rod 10, which is connected, as already mentioned, on the other hand with the first rotary lever 11. This connection is due to the fact that inserted into the actuating rod short hinge bolt 33 (Alternatively, a short screw with an internal polygon could also be screwed.) This hinge bolt 33 passes through the cam 18 in the corresponding hole and its head is movable in the longitudinal groove 34 in the actuating arm 1.

Thus, on the cam 18, an actuating rod 10 is held rotatably, which connects the rotational movement of the actuating lever 1 with the rotational movement of the first rotary lever 11. The first rotary lever 11 is rotatably mounted about an axis 12 and forms a second rotatable around the rotary axis 16 by the rotary lever 13 and both drive rails 14, 15, which are connected at the points 28 of the articulation with the rotary levers 11, 13, the articulated parallelogram. The swing levers 11, 13 are made in most cases of metal, however, they can also consist of plastic.

Further, it should be noted that the executive rod 10 is designed so that this drive unit (hinged parallelogram) can be fixed in the horizontal and vertical directions as you like: there are several options for connecting with the pivot arm 11 to distance from each other.

It can be seen that in the position shown in FIG. 2, the drive rails 14, 15 have a minimum distance d0, so that they do not touch the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door.

Further, a latch 17 is provided. The latch 17 is held on the base plate 200 with the possibility of rotation around the axis 30. Moreover, with the closed and locked cabin doors 104a, 104b (shown only in FIG. 1), the latch 17 with its control roller 32 runs onto the inclined element 31, which is located on the cab. The latch 17 does not act on the actuating lever 1 in this position. The inclined element 31 is located on the cab, so that the latch 17 when closing the door 104a of the cab (shown only in figure 1) constantly runs on the slope 31.

The latch 20 is mounted to rotate around the axis 21 and is pre-tensioned by the pressure spring 7 through the pressure plate 22 (which is included in the latch 20 and the latch 17) in the clockwise direction of rotation. At the front end of the latch 20 is a locking pin 23, which in the positions shown in FIGS. 2 and 3 fits into the stationary locking groove 24 and mechanically locks the cab door 104a (shown only in FIG. 1).

Further, the latch 20 acts on the working contact 25, which is made in order to register and check the lock of the doors 104a, 104b of the cabin (shown only in figure 1). As a result of this, it is possible to satisfy the security requirement existing in this case, which prescribes that unlocking the cabin doors 104a, 104b (shown only in FIG. 1) should cause the cab to stop immediately.

Figure 3 presents a situation in which the door drive is de-energized (out of order) or erroneously try to open the doors 104a, 104b of the cabin (shown only in figure 1) outside the intended stop zone. The actuating lever 1 here is maximally deflected in the direction of rotation counterclockwise. When (failed) deenergized door drive, this position is achieved by the force of the pressure spring 7, which carries out the preliminary tension of the actuating lever 1 and the latch 20 through the pressure plate 22 to the shown position. The rotary levers 11, 13 are also maximally rotated in a clockwise direction and ensure that the drive rails 14, 15 occupy the position of maximum removal, in which their distance from each other is d1. It should be noted that the free end of the hinge bolt 33 is in the upper end of the longitudinal groove in both FIG. 2 and FIG. 3. As a result of this, the cam 18 performs only the rotation movement of the actuating lever 1 (moves with it), but there is no relative movement with respect to it. Since the cam working surface 35 is a semicircle in the center of which there is a rotary axis 3 of the actuating lever 7, no significant pressing force is exerted on the latch 20 at point 27 by movement from the position shown in FIG. 2 to the position shown in FIG. 3, so that the latch 20 remains in the lock position, in which it is pre-tensioned by the spring 7. This means that even in the event of a power outage and, accordingly, inadvertently trying to open the door 104a, 104b, the cabs remain blocked and.

The position of the device, which is presented in figure 4, corresponds to the designed opening of the doors 104a, 104b of the cabin. In this case, the actuating lever 1 is turned as much as possible counterclockwise by the drive belt 106, as in FIG.

When the actuating lever 1 is rotated counterclockwise, it slides under the raised latch 17. If the cabin door 104a starts to move further under the influence of the door drive 105 to the left, as a result of which the latch 17 slides off the inclined element 31, the position shown in Fig. 4 is reached: the actuator lever 1 is locked in a counterclockwise position by a latch 17.

In this position, the latch 17 locks the actuating lever 1 at point 26 and thus sets the position of the actuating lever 1, i.e. it remains turned counterclockwise as much as possible even when the drive belt 106 closes the doors. Only at the end of the closing movement, when the latch 17 again runs on the inclined element 31, the actuating lever 1 can again turn clockwise. As a result of this, it is ensured that during the closing movement, the drive rails 14, 15 are pushed away from each other.

However, in contrast to FIG. 3, the movement of the drive runners 14, 15 to the outside is limited by the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door, so that a distance d2 is established between the drive runners 14, 15 for which the condition d0 <d2 <d1 is fulfilled.

When moving from the position according to FIG. 2 to the position according to FIG. 4, the drive rollers 109, 110 impede further movement of the drive runners 14, 15. Therefore, they apply a reaction force to the drive runners 14, 15, which counteracts the force of the actuating lever 1, which is trying to expand leash runners. As a result of this, the actuating rod 10 is subjected to a pulling force. The hinge bolt 33 from the actuator rod 10 is moved by this pulling force in the longitudinal groove 34 downward, as a result of which the cam 18 will rotate counterclockwise. Due to this force, the cam 18 is rotated by a certain angle relative to the actuating lever 1 around the axis 19 and subsequently actuates the latch 20 at point 27 (against the force of the spring 7), which rotates counterclockwise around the axis 21. As a result, the locking pin 23 is released this movement is released from the locking groove 24 and the cabin door 104a. Subsequently, the working contact 25 is also opened, and at the same time, the presence of interlock is interrupted. The special configuration of the cam 18 allows this unlocking movement only when the distance between the drive skids 14, 15 is set according to the distance between the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door.

When closing the door 104a, 104b of the cabin, the door 104a of the cabin and at the same time the base plate 200 moves to the right, and due to the lock by means of the latch 17, the rotation of the actuating lever 1 in the clockwise direction is prevented. As a result, the latch 20 is held in its unlocked position. Only when the doors 104a, 104b of the cabin are almost closed, the latch 17 runs on the inclined element 31, as a result of which the door drive 105 (shown only in FIG. 1) can subsequently turn the actuating lever 1 in a clockwise direction, as a result of which the cam 18 rotates in the position shown in FIG. 2 and the spring 7 rotates the latch 20 to its locked position, and the cabin doors 104a, 104b are locked.

It should be noted that the positions according to FIG. 4 can be achieved in the manner provided for in the operation by actuating the door drive from the position according to FIG. 2 in the stop zone, and also, as a last resort, from the position according to FIG. , the cabin in case of power failure descends mechanically into the stop zone. In the latter case, the drive rails 14, 15 are compressed by the drive rollers 109, 110 of the shaft door. This causes the actuator rod 10 to shift downward, which causes the cam 18 to rotate counterclockwise and, at the same time, unlocks the cabin doors 104a, 104b in order to be able to free people possibly detained in the cabin.

This invention allows with the smallest number of individual parts to realize a reliable and consistent with the prescribed requirements lock the doors of elevator cabs.

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1. A device for actuating and locking elevator doors with drive rails (14, 15) that interact with drive rollers (109, 110) of the elevator shaft door, and an actuator (100) mounted on the doors (104a, 104b) of the elevator car is provided ), which, in conjunction with the drive rollers (109, 110) of the elevator shaft door, controls the distance between the drive rails (14, 15) and contains the cabin doors connected to the drive (105, 106), prestressed to the position leading the drive rails in contact ( 14, 15) with leading rollers and (109, 110) the door of the shaft, the actuating lever (1), and a preload (20) preloaded by a spring (7) is provided, which is mounted to rotate about an axis (21), interacts with a stationary fixing groove (24) and provides a lock doors (104a, 104b) of the cabin, characterized in that the spring (7), which is a pressure, for the implementation of the prestressing of the said actuating lever (1) and the latch (20) is connected with them with the possibility of transmitting them pressing force and pre-tension.
2. The device according to claim 1, characterized in that the pressure spring (7) preloads the latch (20) through the pressure plate 22, which is included in the said latch (20) and the latch (17), and the latch (17) interacts with executive lever (1) with the possibility of its blocking.
3. The device according to claim 3, characterized in that the cam (18) is pivotally mounted on the actuating lever (1) on the axis (19), the working surface (35) of which approximately corresponds to a circular arc, the center of which corresponds to the axis (3) of the actuating lever (1), and the cam (18) actuates the latch (20) with its working surface (35), and at the same time, the actuating rod (10) is pivotally connected to the cam (18), which, on the other hand, is connected to the drive skids (14, 15 )
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