TWI351500B - Low power dehumidifier - Google Patents

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TWI351500B
TWI351500B TW97146901A TW97146901A TWI351500B TW I351500 B TWI351500 B TW I351500B TW 97146901 A TW97146901 A TW 97146901A TW 97146901 A TW97146901 A TW 97146901A TW I351500 B TWI351500 B TW I351500B
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Hsu Cheng Chiang
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F3/00Air-conditioning systems in which conditioned primary air is supplied from one or more central stations to distributing units in the rooms or spaces where it may receive secondary treatment; Apparatus specially designed for such systems
    • F24F3/12Air-conditioning systems in which conditioned primary air is supplied from one or more central stations to distributing units in the rooms or spaces where it may receive secondary treatment; Apparatus specially designed for such systems characterised by the treatment of the air otherwise than by heating and cooling
    • F24F3/14Air-conditioning systems in which conditioned primary air is supplied from one or more central stations to distributing units in the rooms or spaces where it may receive secondary treatment; Apparatus specially designed for such systems characterised by the treatment of the air otherwise than by heating and cooling by humidification; by dehumidification
    • F24F3/1411Air-conditioning systems in which conditioned primary air is supplied from one or more central stations to distributing units in the rooms or spaces where it may receive secondary treatment; Apparatus specially designed for such systems characterised by the treatment of the air otherwise than by heating and cooling by humidification; by dehumidification by absorbing or adsorbing water, e.g. using an hygroscopic desiccant
    • F24F3/1423Air-conditioning systems in which conditioned primary air is supplied from one or more central stations to distributing units in the rooms or spaces where it may receive secondary treatment; Apparatus specially designed for such systems characterised by the treatment of the air otherwise than by heating and cooling by humidification; by dehumidification by absorbing or adsorbing water, e.g. using an hygroscopic desiccant with a moving bed of solid desiccants, e.g. a rotary wheel supporting solid desiccants
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F5/00Air-conditioning systems or apparatus not covered by F24F1/00 or F24F3/00, e.g. using solar heat or combined with household units such as an oven or water heater
    • F24F5/0042Air-conditioning systems or apparatus not covered by F24F1/00 or F24F3/00, e.g. using solar heat or combined with household units such as an oven or water heater characterised by the application of thermo-electric units or the Peltier effect
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F2203/00Devices or apparatus used for air treatment
    • F24F2203/10Rotary wheel
    • F24F2203/1032Desiccant wheel
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F2203/00Devices or apparatus used for air treatment
    • F24F2203/10Rotary wheel
    • F24F2203/1056Rotary wheel comprising a reheater
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F2203/00Devices or apparatus used for air treatment
    • F24F2203/10Rotary wheel
    • F24F2203/1068Rotary wheel comprising one rotor
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F2203/00Devices or apparatus used for air treatment
    • F24F2203/10Rotary wheel
    • F24F2203/1084Rotary wheel comprising two flow rotor segments

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1351500 _ Patent Application No. 9714_6901, June 23, pp., Amendment, pp. IX, Illustrated: [Technical Field of Invention] The present invention relates to a dehumidifying device, and more particularly, to Low-power dehumidification wheel dehumidifier. [Prior Art] Conventional dehumidification apparatus uses a compressor to compress refrigerant characteristics for dehumidification. The principle of dehumidification is that the fan introduces air into the evaporator in the dehumidification unit. Since the temperature of the evaporator is extremely low (about 5. 〇), The moisture in the air will condense into water droplets on the coil on the evaporator. This phenomenon is low-temperature dehumidification. 'Because the dehumidification capacity has an absolute relationship with the air temperature and the surface temperature of the coil', so it is hot in winter or at night. At lower temperatures, the dehumidification capacity will be greatly reduced, resulting in a decrease in dehumidification efficiency and a relative increase in power consumption. The dehumidification wheel type dehumidification device can quickly and easily reduce the air humidity, and effectively solve the dehumidification field which cannot be achieved by other dehumidification methods such as low temperature and low humidity, and the dehumidification principle is the moisture absorption material on the dehumidification wheel (for example, a porous stone or zeolite, and the dehumidification wheel is divided into a dehumidification zone and a regeneration zone by a separator to physically adsorb moisture in the air to the moisture absorption material, and then to regenerate The area will be adsorbed on the hygroscopic material: it will be gasified, and the I gas will be formed at the entrance of the AC heat exchanger to form a high temperature and high drag. The difference in dew point is condensed into water, and in addition, after the matching group, the preferred air dew point can reach about minus 4 (TC below), so the party is concerned. The first figure is not a conventional dehumidification wheel dehumidification device. Performing the 111058 (Revised Edition) 5!3515〇〇 Patent No. 97146901, the application of the revised page dehumidification on June 23, 100. As shown, it is mainly provided with a heat exchanger in the body 1 10, in addition to a member of the wheel 12, the dehumidifying fan 4, the electric heater 16, and the regenerative fan 18, wherein one side of the dehumidifying rim 2 has a dehumidification zone 12A and a regeneration zone 12β, and the dehumidification wheel 12 is rotated by a driving device 12C. The action of dehumidifying the air is to first exchange heat with the external humid air Ai (temperature of about 21. ye relative humidity of about 31%) introduced outside the body 100 through the heat exchanger 1 〇 to become higher temperature. The humid air (temperature is about 29 9 〇 c), and then enters the dehumidification zone 12A of the dehumidification wheel 12 to adsorb moisture in the air, the moisture is adsorbed by the dry air A3 (temperature is about 39 〇 C) and then dehumidified fan The dehumidification function of the air is completed by pumping out of the air, and the dehumidification wheel 12 is driven to rotate by the transmission device c2c to bring the region where the dehumidification wheel 12 has adsorbed moisture (i.e., in the original dehumidification region 12A) to the regeneration region 12β. Moisture drying desorption treatment. The regeneration zone 12B first heats the regeneration gas B1 to ll 〇 °c with a relative humidity of 20% in the flow channel by the electric heater 16, and allows the high-heat air B2 for regeneration to flow through the Dehumidification wheel 12 The raw region 12B, by desorbing the water therein to form moist heat regeneration air B3 (temperature of about 59 ° C and relative humidity of 100%) is pumped through the regeneration fan 18 to make the hot humid air B3 into the heat exchange via the conduit. Moisture condensation is carried out in the device, and the condensed water is guided to the water collecting device at the bottom of the dehumidifying device through the guide of the flow path in the heat exchanger 10 to collect moisture. The heat exchanger 1 is after heat exchange. The released air A8 (the temperature is about 45 ° C and the relative humidity is 100%) is heated by the electric heater 16 to about 8 inches of air B1 to bake out the moisture attached to the dehumidification wheel 12, and so on. Regeneration of Dehumidifier rim 2 111058 (Revised Edition) 6 1351500 No. 97146901 Specialist Application June 23, 2003 Correction Replacement Page Air Circulation Area Release - 々滋纟士, 0 + , ^ 县-人,旋结The heat (i.e., the water molecules in the air condense into water droplets in the dehumidification zone 12 of the de-throat wheel 12, and then the water droplets are circulated in the regeneration zone 12Β9 of the dehumidification wheel 12, and then condensed by the heat exchanger 1 () to become water droplets/discharge). Therefore, if the moisture of the i liter is dehumidified, the condensation of the second liter of water is required, and the heat loss of the transport part needs to be replenished by the electric heater 16, that is, the electric energy of 45C is required to be heated to i1 (rc). The power consumption is about 670W, and about the power consumption of the surface is generated by the electric heater, which will greatly reduce the power consumption required by the processing gas. Therefore, the current dehumidification wheel dehumidifier is still a high energy-consuming product. How to propose a low-power dehumidification device to reduce power loss has become an urgent problem to be overcome in the industry. [Inventive content] The main purpose of the present invention is to provide a low power consumption. Dehumidifying device to reduce power consumption. For the above and other purposes, the present invention provides a low power dehumidification device comprising: a body having a first flow channel and a second flow channel, The dehumidification member has a dehumidification zone and a regeneration zone, and the dehumidification component is respectively located in the second flow channel. a condensation-containing region and a heating region; the heat-conducting member' includes a cooling end and a heating end, wherein the heating end is located in a heating region of the second flow channel, and the cooling end is located in the second flow channel for condensation a region for absorbing moisture after the external humid air enters the 5th dehumidification region of the removing member via the first flow passage, and then recovering the air through the second flow passage, and heating the regeneration air through the heating region , 7 111058 (Revised Edition) 1351500 _ Patent No. 97146901 "Revised Replacement Page on June 23, 100, the moisture desorption of the regeneration zone of the dehumidification member, and the condensation air is condensed through the condensation zone Moisture, and an electric heater is disposed between the heating end of the heat conducting member and the dehumidifying member to reheat the regeneration air to a desired temperature; and a heat exchanger is disposed in the first and second streams And chilling the air passing through the refrigeration end, and the external humid air passes through the heat exchanger before entering the dehumidification zone of the dehumidification member. In a preferred embodiment, The wet member is a dehumidification wheel, and the dry air treated by the dehumidifying member can be discharged through the first flow path. In a preferred embodiment, the heat conducting member is a thermoelectric cooler (Thermoeiectric Cooler; TEC The thermoelectric cooler is composed of P and N-type semiconductor elements, and a common conductor is disposed between the two semiconductor elements. For the same purpose, the present invention provides a low-power dehumidification device, comprising: a body The internal passage has a first flow passage and a second flow passage, wherein the first flow passage is for introducing external humid air; the dehumidification member is disposed in the body, the dehumidification member has a dehumidification region and a regeneration region, and the dehumidification member is located a portion of the second flow path respectively including a condensation region and a heating region; and a heat conduction member including a compressor, a first condenser, a second condenser, an expansion valve, an evaporator, and a working fluid flowing therethrough, wherein The first condenser is located in a heating region of the second flow channel and is adjacent to the dehumidifying member, and the second condenser is located upstream of the first condenser And after the external humid air enters the dehumidification region of the dehumidifying member via the first flow passage to adsorb moisture, and then recirculates the air through the second flow passage, and transmits through the 8 111058 (Revised Edition) 丄丄 97Η690 Ι Patent f request June 23, 100 revised replacement page: the heating zone will heat the raw air, so that the dehumidification: water =, and then condense the regeneration air through the condensation zone 77 'Hot hair consultation department is located in the This condensation zone of the second flow channel. The volume of the day in the H Gui f example towel 'the low-power dehumidification device complex includes heat exchange ° ~,,, transmission V component system can include the compressor condenser, the third condensation cry, the expansion of the sputum.. #无Μ ασRoboexpander, hair dryer, and a second condenser flowing through the second condenser are connected between the second condenser and the expansion chamber, and the condenser is located in the second flow passage The heating zone is close to the dehumidification component. 2 for the same purpose 'The present invention further provides a low-power dehumidification device, comprising: a body having a first flow path and a second flow path therein, two f: L channels for introducing external humid air; dehumidification The component is disposed in the dehumidification component and has a dehumidification zone and a regeneration zone. The portion of the second flow channel of the dehumidification component includes a condensation zone and a heating zone, respectively. The conductive component has a closed chamber with a condensation end and an evaporation end. And in the cavity = forming a capillary structure for the working fluid to flow therethrough, wherein the dehumidifying member is located at a portion 2 of the second flow channel and is condensed at the cold end The hot end is located in a heating area of the portion of the dehumidifying member located at the second flow path for adsorbing moisture 1 through the first flow passage into the dehumidification region of the dehumidifying member, and then circulating through the second passage of the 5th passage. The regeneration air is passed through the heating zone, and the regeneration gas in the regeneration zone of the dehumidification component is passed through the condensation zone to condense the moisture of the regeneration air. In a cardiac embodiment, the heat-conducting end of the heat-conducting member has an electric heater between the dehumidification 111058 (revision) 9 1351500 _ 97146901 patent application '100 June 23 曰 correction replacement page member to The regeneration air is heated to the desired temperature. Compared with the prior art, the present invention mainly generates high-temperature condensation and high-temperature heating effect through the heat-conducting member through the cooling end and the heating end, so as to effectively recover the high waste heat generated by the dehumidifying device, without Conventionally, the regenerative air is directly heated to a desired temperature through an electric heater, thereby saving power consumption. [Embodiment] The embodiments of the present invention are described below by way of specific examples, and those skilled in the art can readily understand other advantages and effects of the present invention from the disclosure of the present disclosure. The present invention may be embodied or applied by other specific embodiments, and various modifications and changes may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. The low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention includes a dehumidifying member and a heat-conducting member. It is to be noted that only the members related to the present invention are illustrated in the following drawings, and the present invention is not limited by the drawings. In order to explain the present invention in a simple and straightforward manner, in the following drawings, the dehumidifying member is exemplified as a dehumidifying wheel. [First Embodiment] Fig. 2 is a schematic view showing a first embodiment of the low power consumption dehumidifying apparatus of the present invention. The present invention will be described briefly by way of example, in which the thermoelectric cooler (TEC) is constructed as an example, but the present invention is not limited thereto. As shown in FIG. 2, the low power consumption of the present invention 10 111058 (revision) 1351500 ___ 97146901, patent application, June 23, 100, revised replacement page dehumidification apparatus includes a body 200, a dehumidification wheel 2, a thermoelectric a refrigerator 22, 24 (i.e., a heat conducting member), and an electric heater 23, wherein the thermoelectric coolers 22, 24 have cooling ends 221, 241 and heating ends 222, 242, respectively, specifically 5, the thermoelectric cooling The devices 22 and 24 are p-type and N-type semiconductor elements arranged by mutual arrangement of p-type and N-type semiconductor particles, and the p-type and n-type semiconductor elements are connected by a general conductor to form a complete circuit, and according to the Pearl Peltier Effect and Seebeck effect
Effect) respectively explain the physical phenomenon that the current generates a temperature difference or a temperature difference generates a current from different angles, so that the cooling ends 221, 241 and the heating ends 222, 242 exchange heat with each other, but the thermoelectric coolers 22, 24 The working principle is known, so it is not described in detail. The operation of the dehumidifying apparatus of this embodiment will be described in detail below. The interior of the body 200 has a first flow path (such as arrow A1, to 8.3, marked) and a second flow path (as indicated by arrows B1' to β4), wherein the first flow path is used to introduce external moisture. The air A1, the second flow path, further includes condensation zones B3', B4' and heating zones B1, B2. The dehumidification wheel 20 is disposed in the body 2〇〇. The dehumidification wheel 2 has a dehumidification zone 20A, a regeneration zone 20B and a driving device 2〇c for passing the external humid air A1 into the dehumidification via the process air A2. 2 〇 dehumidification zone 20A and absorption of moisture in the air, and the dry air 八 3 is discharged into the environment to be dehumidified outside the dehumidification device by pumping of the dehumidifier fan U. Then, by the dehumidification wheel 2〇 The moisture-absorbing zone is brought to the regeneration zone 2QB by the transmission mechanism 2〇c to perform a moisture hot-drying desorption process “to pass the thermoelectric cooler 111058 (corrected version) in the moisture hot-drying desorption process 11 1351500 Patent Application No. 97146901, June 23, pp. 23, the heat-receiving end 242 of the replacement page 24 heats the regeneration air B1 to form the moist hot air B2' (110 C), and then passes the moist hot air B2 through the dehumidification wheel 2 〇 so that the moisture therein is desorbed to form the hot and humid space B2, which is pumped through the regeneration fan 18, and the moist hot air is chilled by the cold end 221 of the thermoelectric cooler 22 to cause moisture condensation B3'' Condensed water The water is collected into a water container (not shown) at the bottom of the dehumidification device for moisture collection, and then the air B4 desorbed by the heat generating end 222 of the thermoelectric cooler 22 is guided to the water The regeneration zone 20B on the second side of the dehumidification wheel 2 is heated by the electric heater 23 to be reheated by the high temperature set by the dehumidification wheel 23. Specifically, the pyroelectric end 242 of the thermoelectric cooler 24 can be heated up to about 80-90 ° C. The electric heater 23 can be heated to the regeneration air B2 only by increasing the power consumption of about 3 〇 to 4 〇 Torr. The requirements of the dehumidification device are similar to those of the conventional dehumidifier (ii(rC-5(rc=6(rc)) to save power. The dehumidification device of the first example and the dehumidification device of the first embodiment described above The working principle is the same as 'there is no longer a description here. The second embodiment is shown in FIG. 3, which is a schematic structural view of the second embodiment of the low-power dehumidification device of the present invention. The second embodiment and the above An embodiment differs only in that the second embodiment further includes a heat exchanger 21, and the external humid air shown in FIG. 2 is passed through the heat exchanger 21 to remove the dehumidification region of the fool wheel 20 2 〇 A. The hot and humid air treated by the thermoelectric cooler 22 shown in Fig. 2 above is guided to the heat exchanger 21 via the condensing zone=, B4' of the second flow channel to be chilled and made into water. Condensation, the condensed water is guided to the dehumidification 12 111058 via the second flow passages B3, B4 (revision) 1351500 ** Patent Application No. 97146901, issued on June 23, 100, the replacement page, the water collection device (not shown) at the bottom of the body 200 of the device. The dehumidification device of the first embodiment of the invention and the first embodiment described above The dehumidification device works in the same principle, which is not described herein. Since the above embodiments are all used, the thermoelectric cooler 24 directly heats the regeneration air for desorbing water, or uses a thermoelectric cooler. Μ After heating the regeneration air for desorption of water, it is heated by the electric heater 23 to supply high-heat air with sufficient temperature to flow through the dehumidification wheel 2 to perform water injury desorption. Compared with the conventional direct electric heating The dehumidifying device of the present invention further saves electric energy by heating the regenerative air to a sufficient temperature. The third embodiment, as shown in FIG. 4, is a schematic structural view of a second embodiment of the low-power dehumidifying device of the present invention. As shown in Fig. 4, the third embodiment is different from the above-described first embodiment in that the heat conduction member in the third embodiment is replaced with the above-described thermoelectric coolers 22, 24 by a refrigerating cycle system, as shown in the figure. Frozen cycle The system is a compressor 260, a first condenser 261, a spring second condenser 262, an expansion valve 264, an evaporator 266, and a working fluid L (for example, a refrigerant) flowing therethrough. The body 300 also has a first flow path inside. (as indicated by arrows A1' to A3') and the second flow path (as indicated by arrows B1' to B6') where 'the first flow path is used to introduce external plenum air A1 ' ' the first flow path respectively contains Condensation zones B3, B4, and heating zones ΒΓ, B2', B5', B6', and heat exchangers 21 are disposed in the second flow channels B3', B4' of the dehumidification wheel 20, the heat exchangers 21 are located The condensation zone B3, B4 of the second flow path of the dehumidification wheel 20 is interposed between the evaporator 2 6 6 . Wherein the '§海 working fluid l flows sequentially through the compressor 2 6 〇, 111058 (revised edition) 13 1351500 _ _ 97146901 patent application 100 years June 23 amendment replacement page first condenser 261, second condensation The 262, the expansion valve 264, and the evaporator 266, that is, the first condenser 261 is adjacent to the heating region B2' of the second flow passage of the dehumidification wheel 20, and the second condenser 262 is located downstream of the first condenser 261. end. The dehumidification principle of the dehumidifying apparatus shown in this embodiment will be described in detail below. The external humid air 处理 treatment air A2 ′ processed by the heat exchanger 21 enters the dehumidification zone 20A of the dehumidification wheel 20 and absorbs moisture in the air, and the subsequent dry air is discharged by the first-stage (not shown) dehumidification. Outside the device. The dehumidification wheel 20 brings the moisture-absorbed region to the regeneration zone 20B through a transmission mechanism (not shown) to perform a moisture hot-drying desorption process. The moisture hot-drying desorption process is initially a compressor 260 (high-pressure high-temperature), the first condenser 262 heats the regeneration air to form high-heat air, and then the high-heat air flows through the dehumidification wheel 20 to take off the water therein. The humid hot regenerative air B2' is formed, and the moist hot air B3' of the second flow path is condensed by entering the heat exchanger 21 to be condensed by water B4', and then, after passing through the evaporator 266, the temperature is lowered, and then The humid air B5', B6' heated by the compressor 260, and then the regeneration air enthalpy is heated to the high-heat air B2' by the temperature difference between the second condenser 261 and the first condenser 262, respectively. Continue to cycle. Specifically, the working fluid L flowing from the compressor 260 to the first condenser 261 exhibits high-temperature condensation (the surface temperature of the pipe wall is about 95 ° C), and then is subjected to low-temperature condensation via the second condenser 262 (the surface temperature of the pipe wall is about 50 ° C), after which the temperature is lowered and reduced by the expansion valve 264 and the evaporator 266, and then returned to the compressor 260 to achieve a refrigeration cycle, so that the regeneration air enthalpy flows through the first condenser 261 14 111058 ( Amendment) 1351500 - Patent Application No. 97146901, on June 23, 100, when the replacement is corrected, it can be heated by high temperature condensation of the wall, so that the electric heater 23 only needs to provide about (u{rC-9( The heating electric energy of rc=2{rc), so that the electric energy loss of the electric heater 23 can be relatively reduced compared to the heating electric energy directly through the second condenser 262 (1 10t:-5 (rc=6irc)), and does not affect The fourth embodiment, as shown in FIG. 5, is a schematic structural view of a fourth yoke example of the low-power dehumidification device of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the fifth embodiment and the above The difference between the four embodiments is that the evaporator 26 in the fourth embodiment 6 is located between the first side of the dehumidification wheel and the heat exchanger 21. The design is such that the temperature of the refrigerant entering the compressor 260 is relatively high, so that the refrigeration capacity of the refrigerant is relatively poor, resulting in a relative dehumidification amount of the entire dehumidification device. The operation mode of the dehumidifying apparatus shown in the fourth embodiment is similar to that of the dehumidifying apparatus shown in the third embodiment. 'The fifth embodiment is not described herein.
FIG. 6 is a schematic structural view of a fifth embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the fifth embodiment is different from the third and fourth embodiments described above in the fifth embodiment. In the example, the base hair crying 266 is located on the front side facing the dehumidification wheel 2 〇 relative to the regeneration zone _ so that the dry A3 that is pulled out along the first flow path and the claw of the dehumidification wheel 2 can flow through the evaporator. The ability to attack the capacity and discharge the appropriate temperature (=: Γ). The dehumidification apparatus shown in the sixth embodiment describes the working principle of the dehumidifying apparatus shown in the second and fourth embodiments. 111058 (Revised Edition) 15 1351500 Patent Application No. 97146901 It is not here for the text. The sixth embodiment, as shown in FIG. 7, is a schematic structural view of a sixth embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the sixth embodiment differs from the above-described third embodiment in that the sixth In an embodiment, the heat transfer member includes a third condenser 263, the third condenser 263 is disposed between the second condenser 262 and the expansion valve 264, and the third condenser 263 is located in the first flow channel The heating zone B6' is close to the dehumidifying component, and the arrangement of the hot parent exchange 21 is omitted, that is, the heat exchange is directly performed between the evaporator 266 and the first condenser 261, so that the heat exchanger 2 is not required. Work without the use of an electric heater 23 structure. The dehumidification apparatus shown in the sixth embodiment is similar to the operation principle of the dehumidification apparatus shown in the fifth embodiment, and will not be described herein. In the dehumidifying apparatus shown in the above-mentioned Figs. 4 to 7, the regenerated air for desorbing water is directly heated by the compressor 26i, or the regenerative air for desorbing water is heated by the compressor 261 in combination with the electric heater. In order to provide high-heat air with sufficient temperature to flow through the dehumidifying wheel for moisture desorption, it is more energy-saving than conventionally heating the regenerative air with an electric heater to a sufficient temperature. In addition, it is to be noted that in other embodiments of the present invention, the compressor 261 is arranged to be replaced by a heat pipe, that is, the heat conducting member is a closed chamber of the evaporation end, and is formed in the chamber. The capillary structure of the 'claw machine' eight (similar to the expansion valve 264), wherein the "middle" is located at the evaporation end as the refrigerating end and is located in the second flow path of the coagulation zone 111058 (revision) 16 1351500 • 97146901 Patent application, rev. 5, 曰 6 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰 曰The operation of the present invention is similar to the above-described embodiments, and thus is not described in detail herein. The above embodiments are merely illustrative of the principles of the present invention and its effects, and are not intended to limit the present invention. The above embodiments may be modified and changed without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention. Therefore, the scope of protection of the present invention should be as described in the scope of the patent application described below. Figure 1 is FIG. 2 is a schematic view showing the structure of the first embodiment of the low-power dehumidification device of the present invention; FIG. 3 is a second embodiment of the low-power dehumidification device of the present invention. FIG. 4 is a schematic structural view of a third embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention; FIG. 5 is a schematic structural view of a fourth embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention; The figure is a schematic structural view of a fifth embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention; and FIG. 7 is a schematic structural view of the sixth embodiment of the low-power dehumidification apparatus of the present invention. [Description of main components] 17 111058 ( Modified version) 1351500 10 ' 21 Heat exchanger 100, 200, 300 body 12 ' 20 Dehumidification wheel 12A, 20A Dehumidification area 12B, 20B Regeneration area 12C, 20C Transmission 14 Dehumidifier fan 16, 23 Electric heating 18 Regenerative fan 22 ' 24 Thermoelectric Refrigerator 221, 241 Cooling end 222, 242 Heating end 260 Compressor 261 First condenser 262 Second condenser 263 Triple condenser 264 expansion valve 266 evaporators A1 to A3, A1' to A3' first flow passages B1 to B4, ΒΓ to B6' second flow passage L working fluid No. 97146901 patent application revised on June 23, 100 Page 18 111058 (Revised Edition)

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1351500 Patent Application No. 9714690 No., revised on June 23, 100. Patent Application: A low-power dehumidification device, including a body, having a first flow path and a second flow path inside, ^ The first flow channel is used to introduce external humid air; except for the (four) piece, which is provided in the financial body, the desiccant member has a dehumidification zone and a regeneration zone, and the dehumidification component is located in the second flow channel respectively. Containing a condensation zone and a heating zone;
The heat conducting member comprises a cooling end and a heating end, wherein the heating end is located in a heating area of the portion of the dehumidifying member located in the second flow path, and the cooling end is located in the second flow path=part of the dehumidifying member The condensing region is configured to: after the external humid air enters the dehumidification region of the dehumidifying member via the first-class passage to adsorb moisture, and then recirculate the air through the second flow passage, and regenerate the heat through the heating region Air heating 'desorbs moisture in the regeneration zone of the dehumidification member, and condenses moisture of the regeneration air through the condensation zone', and the heating end of the heat conduction member and the dehumidification member have an electric heater 'To reheat the regenerated air to a desired temperature; ... a heat exchanger disposed in the first and second flow passages to chill the air passing through the refrigerating end, and the external moisture & The low-power dehumidification device of the first aspect of the invention, wherein the dehumidification member is a dehumidification wheel. Λ 111058 (Revised Edition) 19 1351500. Patent Application No. 9-7146901, the disclosure of which is incorporated herein by reference. The constituents. 4. The low-power dehumidification device according to the ninth aspect of the invention, wherein the dry air treated by the external humid air through the dehumidifying member is discharged to the body through the first flow path. 5. If you apply for a patent scope! The low-power dehumidification device of the present invention, wherein the heat conduction member is composed of a thermoelectric cooler (TEC). 6. The low-power dehumidification device of claim 5, wherein the thermoelectric cooler is made of 卩! A type of semiconductor component is formed with a general conductor between the two semiconductor components. 7. A low-power dehumidification device, comprising: a body having a first flow path and a second flow path, wherein the first flow path is for introducing external humid air; and the dehumidifying member is disposed in the body. The dehumidification member has a dehumidification zone and a regeneration zone, and the dehumidification component is located in the second flow channel, and the knives respectively comprise a condensation zone and a heating zone; and the heat conduction component comprises a compressor, a first condenser, and a second condensation consultation. An expansion valve, an evaporator, and a working fluid flowing therethrough, wherein the first condenser is located in a heating region of the second flow passage and is adjacent to the dehumidifying member, the second condenser is located upstream of the first condenser The end portion is configured to: after the external humid air enters the dehumidification region of the dehumidifying member via the first flow passage to adsorb moisture, and then recirculate the air through the second passage, and pass the regeneration region to the regeneration air 111058 (corrected (Patent No. 97146901) Patent Application, June 23, 100, amending the replacement page heating to desorb moisture in the regeneration zone of the dehumidifying member, and then pass The condensing zone condenses moisture of the regeneration air, and the evaporator is located in the condensing zone of the second flow passage. 8. The low power consumption dehumidification apparatus of claim 7, wherein the condensation zone of the first flow path further comprises a heat exchanger. The low-power dehumidification device of claim 7, wherein the heat conduction member further comprises a third condenser, the third condenser being connected between the second condenser and the expansion valve, and A third condenser is located in the heating zone of the second flow channel and is adjacent to the dehumidification member. 10. The low power dehumidification apparatus of claim 7, wherein an electric heater is provided between the heat generating end of the heat conducting member and the dehumidifying member to reheat the regeneration air to a desired temperature. A low-power dehumidification device according to claim 7, wherein the workflow system is a refrigerant. 12. A low power dehumidification apparatus comprising: a body having a first flow path and a second flow path therein, wherein the first flow path is for introducing external humid air; a dehumidifying member is disposed in the body, the dehumidifying member has a dehumidifying region and a regeneration region, and the dehumidifying member respectively includes a condensation region and a heating region in a portion of the second flow passage; and the heat conducting member has a closed end of the condensation end and the evaporation end a chamber in which a capillary structure through which a working fluid flows is formed, wherein 'the evaporation end is a cooling end and the dehumidifying member is located in a condensing portion of the second flow path, and the condensation end is To 111058 (Revised Edition) 1351500 - ^ Patent Application No. 97146901, June 23, 100, the replacement page hot end is located in the heating region of the portion of the dehumidifying member located in the second flow path for use in the external humid air After the first flow passage enters the dehumidification zone of the dehumidification member to adsorb moisture, the regeneration air is circulated through the second flow passage and the regeneration air is heated through the heating region to be in the regeneration region of the dehumidification member. The moisture is desorbed, and the water of the regeneration air is condensed through the condensation zone. 13. The low power dehumidification device of claim 12, wherein an electric heater is provided between the heat generating end of the heat conducting member and the dehumidifying member to reheat the regeneration air to a desired temperature. 14. The low power dehumidification device of claim 12, wherein the δHai workflow system is a refrigerant. 111058 (Revised Edition) 22
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