TWI407779B - Monitoring device - Google Patents

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TWI407779B
TWI407779B TW98136445A TW98136445A TWI407779B TW I407779 B TWI407779 B TW I407779B TW 98136445 A TW98136445 A TW 98136445A TW 98136445 A TW98136445 A TW 98136445A TW I407779 B TWI407779 B TW I407779B
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A monitor apparatus includes a monitor and a machine box. A mainboard connection is set on the monitor, and a memory unit and a network connection unit are set on the mainboard. An input-output control circuit, a voltage switching circuit, a storage battery, a solar energy receiver and a commercial power receiver are set in the machine box. Conversion between the solar energy receiver and the commercial power receiver can be done under the control of the voltage switching circuit. When the solar energy receiver and the commercial power receiver blackout, the monitor is provided with power by the storage battery and captures the last image of the monitor before blackout, an operation state of the last image being stored in the memory unit of the mainboard so that it can be overhauled after service restoration.

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Monitoring device

The invention relates to a monitoring device which can be continuously powered by a battery when the solar power or the mains is powered off.

At present, for social security, most of the traffic signs, street lights or stop signs on the roads are equipped with monitors to monitor traffic conditions and prevent disputes arising from theft, robbers and traffic accidents, and to find suspicious persons. More than each entrance and exit setting monitor to monitor the people entering and leaving the building to achieve security and protect the safety of the residents.

Generally, the monitors installed generally include a photographing host, and the photographing host is powered by the mains, and the photographing host includes a photographing lens and an image capturing circuit to capture the photographing lens by the image capturing circuit. The image of photography to achieve the purpose of video surveillance. However, since the monitor is mainly powered by the mains, when the wind or the age of the cable is broken, the cable is broken, or the cable is removed by intentional theft, so that the monitor cannot be properly monitored and monitored, so that the original monitoring is lost. Features.

In view of this, the present invention can provide a monitoring device, which can effectively avoid the problem that the monitoring device cannot continue to be monitored due to power failure, and is a research and design system, and is a motive for the invention.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION A primary object of the present invention is to provide a monitoring device that can be continuously powered by a battery to avoid the problem of the monitor being unable to continue to monitor and record due to a power outage.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a monitoring device that can store the last image and the recording operation state of the monitor before the power failure by the memory unit of the motherboard for maintenance after power-on.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a monitoring device including a monitor, the monitor is provided with a sensing lens, a motherboard and an image capturing circuit, and the sensing lens is connected to the image capturing circuit. The image capturing circuit is connected to the motherboard, and the motherboard is provided with a memory unit and a network connecting unit, and the memory unit records the operating state of the monitor and transmits the network connection unit for remote The end user monitors; and a chassis having an input/output control circuit, a battery, a voltage switching circuit, a charging circuit, a solar receiver, and a mains receiver, the input and output control circuit and the monitor The main board is connected, the battery is connected to the input/output control circuit, the charging circuit is connected to the battery, one end of the voltage switching circuit is connected to the charging circuit and the input/output control circuit, and the other end of the voltage switching circuit is The solar receiver is connected to the utility receiver for the voltage switching circuit to control the conversion of the solar receiver and the utility receiver. By the time the charging circuit to charge the battery, the solar receiver and serve utility power off the receiver, which monitors the battery by the power supplier. Therefore, when the solar receiver and the mains receiver are powered off, the monitor can be continuously powered by the battery, and the memory unit of the motherboard stores the last record operation state of the monitor before the power failure. For maintenance after the power is restored.

Please refer to FIG. 1 to FIG. 3 , which are schematic diagrams of the three-dimensional structure of the monitoring device of the present invention and a circuit structure thereof. The monitoring device includes a monitor 100 and a chassis 200 to prevent the monitor 100 from continuing due to power failure. Monitor and video problems.

The monitor 100 is provided with a charge coupled device (CCD) lens 110, a motherboard 120 and an image capture circuit 130. The sensor lens 110 is connected to the image capture circuit 130. The image capturing circuit 130 is connected to the motherboard 120. The motherboard 120 is provided with a memory unit 121 and a network connecting unit 122. The image capturing circuit 130 captures the image captured by the sensing lens 110. The image is recorded, and the memory unit 121 records the operating state of the monitor 100, and can store the last record operation state of the monitor 100 before the power is cut off, so that it can be repaired after the power is restored, and the network is transmitted through the network. The connection unit 122 enables the remote messenger 300 to monitor and operate in a manner of wireless transmission (such as Wireless Local Network (WLAN), Bluetooth, etc.) or cable transmission (Cable). In addition, the sensing lens 110 can be a charge coupled device (CCD) lens or a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) lens, and the sensing lens 110 can be provided with a plurality of The light emitting diode 111 can be an infrared light emitting diode (LED), a laser diode or a white light emitting diode to provide an illumination source for the sensing lens 110 at night or under light. So that it can provide fill light and illumination.

The chassis 200 is provided with an input/output control circuit 210, a battery 220, a voltage switching circuit 230, a charging circuit 240, a solar receiver 250, and a utility receiver 260. The input and output control circuit 210 and the monitor 100 are provided. The battery board 220 is connected to the input/output control circuit 210, and the battery 220 is connected to the charging circuit 240. One end of the voltage switching circuit 230 is connected to the input/output control circuit 210 and the charging circuit 240. The other end of the voltage switching circuit 230 is connected to the solar receiver 250 and the utility receiver 260. The input/output control circuit 210 controls the voltage switching circuit 230 to convert the solar receiver 250 or the utility receiver 260. For the solar receiver 250 to receive the solar converted DC power (DC) or the utility receiver 260 receives the AC power (AC) from the commercial power, thereby providing the power of the monitor 100, and by the charging circuit 240 The battery 220 is charged, and when the solar receiver 250 and the utility receiver 260 are powered off, the battery 100 can be powered by the battery 220. . In addition, the input/output control circuit 210 can be provided with a voltage sensing circuit 211, an AV signal transmission interruption sensing circuit 212, a detector sensing circuit 213 or a temperature sensor circuit 214, thereby detecting the operating state of the monitor 100 ( The detector sensing circuit 213 can also detect the state of the external environment (such as noise decibel, carbon dioxide, air quality, etc.) by operating states such as voltage, temperature, and image capture.

In use, the power of the monitor 100 can be provided by the solar receiver 250 or the utility receiver 260, that is, if the voltage sensing circuit 211 detects that the utility receiver 260 is powered off, The solar receiver 250 is switched by the voltage switching circuit 230 to provide power to the monitor 100, and the battery 220 is charged by the charging circuit 240. If the voltage sensing circuit 211 detects that both the solar receiver 250 and the utility receiver 260 are powered off, the input/output control circuit 210 controls the conversion of the power supply of the monitor 100 by the battery 220.

Moreover, when the monitor 100 is powered off, the AV signal transmission and disconnection sensing circuit 212 of the input/output control circuit 210 can control the image capturing circuit 130 to capture the last of the monitor 100 before powering off. And recording, by the memory unit 121, the last operational record state of the monitor 100 before the power is cut off, so that the power is restored after the power is turned off, and the remote messenger 300 is monitored through the network connection unit 122. And operation, and since the cabinet design of the chassis 200 can be set at any location or any height for easy replacement.

The monitoring device of the present invention includes a monitor and a chassis. The monitor is provided with an image capturing circuit connected to a motherboard, and the motherboard is provided with a memory unit and a network connecting unit, and the chassis is provided with a memory unit and a network connecting unit. The input/output control circuit is connected to the motherboard of the monitor and connected to a battery, the battery is connected to a charging circuit, and the voltage switching circuit is connected with the charging circuit, the input/output control circuit, and the solar receiving And the utility device is connected to the mains receiver, wherein the solar receiver and the mains receiver are controlled by the voltage switching circuit, and the battery is charged by the charging circuit, and the solar receiver and the utility receiver are powered off When the monitor is powered by the battery. At the same time, when the monitor is powered off, the image capture circuit can be controlled by the input/output control circuit to capture the last image of the monitor before the power is turned off, and the monitor is stored by the memory unit. The last record of the operation before the electricity is used for maintenance after the power is restored.

100. . . Monitor

110. . . Sensing lens

111. . . Light-emitting diode

120. . . motherboard

121. . . Memory unit

122. . . Network connection unit

130. . . Image capture circuit

200. . . Chassis

210. . . Output control circuit

211. . . Voltage sensing circuit

212. . . AV signal transmission disconnection sensing circuit

213. . . Detector sensing circuit

214. . . Temperature sensor circuit

220. . . Battery

230. . . Voltage switching circuit

240. . . Charging circuit

250. . . Solar receiver

260. . . Mains receiver

300. . . Remote user

Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing the structure of a monitoring device of the present invention.

2 to 3 are schematic diagrams showing the circuit structure of the monitoring device of the present invention.

100. . . Monitor

110. . . Sensing lens

120. . . motherboard

121. . . Memory unit

122. . . Network connection unit

130. . . Image capture circuit

200. . . Chassis

210. . . Output control circuit

211. . . Voltage sensing circuit

212. . . AV signal transmission disconnection sensing circuit

213. . . Detector sensing circuit

214. . . Temperature sensor circuit

220. . . Battery

230. . . Voltage switching circuit

240. . . Charging circuit

250. . . Solar receiver

260. . . Mains receiver

300. . . Remote user

Claims (8)

  1. A monitoring device includes: a monitor, the monitor is provided with a sensing lens, a motherboard and an image capturing circuit, and the sensing lens is connected to the image capturing circuit, and the image is The circuit is connected to the motherboard, and the motherboard is provided with a memory unit and a network connection unit, and the memory unit records the operation state of the monitor and is transmitted by the network connection unit for the remote user to perform Monitoring; and a chassis, the chassis is provided with an input/output control circuit, a battery, a voltage switching circuit, a charging circuit, a solar receiver, and a utility receiver, and the input/output control circuit is connected to the motherboard of the monitor. The battery is connected to the input/output control circuit, the charging circuit is connected to the battery, one end of the voltage switching circuit is connected to the charging circuit and the input/output control circuit, and the other end of the voltage switching circuit is connected to the solar receiver And the utility receiver is connected for the voltage switching circuit to control and convert the solar receiver and the utility receiver, and the charging is performed by the charging The battery charges the battery. When the solar receiver and the utility receiver are powered off, the monitor is powered by the battery, and the input/output control circuit can be provided with a voltage sensing circuit and an AV signal transmission interruption sensing circuit. The detector sensing circuit and the temperature sensor circuit are used to detect the operating state of the monitor.
  2. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the sensing lens is further provided with a plurality of light emitting diodes to provide a night light source of the sensing lens.
  3. The monitoring device of claim 2, wherein the light emitting diode system is selected from one of an infrared light emitting diode, a laser diode, and a white light emitting diode.
  4. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the solar receiver of the chassis It is the person who receives the solar energy converted DC power (DC).
  5. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the commercial receiver of the chassis is received by AC power (AC) of the commercial power.
  6. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the memory unit of the monitor stores the last recorded operation state before the power is cut off, so that the operator can be easily recovered after the power is restored.
  7. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the network connection unit is any one of a wireless transmission and a wired transmission.
  8. The monitoring device of claim 1, wherein the sensing lens is selected from the group consisting of a charge coupled device (CCD) lens and a complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (Complementary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor). One of the CMOS lenses.
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TW417398B (en) * 1997-09-24 2001-01-01 Sheree Wen Intelligent video monitor system
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WO2008064270A2 (en) * 2006-11-20 2008-05-29 Micropower Appliance Wireless network camera systems
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TW417398B (en) * 1997-09-24 2001-01-01 Sheree Wen Intelligent video monitor system
US20080259161A1 (en) * 2000-04-24 2008-10-23 Video Domain Technologies Ltd. Surveillance system with camera
WO2008064270A2 (en) * 2006-11-20 2008-05-29 Micropower Appliance Wireless network camera systems
TWM328715U (en) * 2007-08-15 2008-03-11 Video Access Technology Corp Power supply and monitor system
CN101499209A (en) * 2008-01-28 2009-08-05 竹升科技股份有限公司 Far-end monitoring system

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