TWI445912B - dehumidifier - Google Patents

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TWI445912B
TWI445912B TW100101593A TW100101593A TWI445912B TW I445912 B TWI445912 B TW I445912B TW 100101593 A TW100101593 A TW 100101593A TW 100101593 A TW100101593 A TW 100101593A TW I445912 B TWI445912 B TW I445912B
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Toshio Ishikawa
Yasumitsu Touda
Hideo Shibata
Yoshiyuki Fujita
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Mitsubishi Electric Corp
Mitsubishi Electric Home Appl
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
    • F24F13/08Air-flow control members, e.g. louvres, grilles, flaps or guide plates
    • F24F13/10Air-flow control members, e.g. louvres, grilles, flaps or guide plates movable, e.g. dampers
    • F24F13/14Air-flow control members, e.g. louvres, grilles, flaps or guide plates movable, e.g. dampers built up of tilting members, e.g. louvre
    • F24F13/15Air-flow control members, e.g. louvres, grilles, flaps or guide plates movable, e.g. dampers built up of tilting members, e.g. louvre with parallel simultaneously tiltable lamellae
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F24HEATING; RANGES; VENTILATING
    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
    • F24F13/00Details common to, or for air-conditioning, air-humidification, ventilation or use of air currents for screening
    • F24F13/02Ducting arrangements
    • F24F13/06Outlets for directing or distributing air into rooms or spaces, e.g. ceiling air diffuser

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dehumidifier

The present invention relates to a dehumidifier that blows dehumidified air from an air outlet, and particularly relates to a configuration that allows a wind direction of air blown from an air outlet to be changed.

In the conventional air conditioning apparatus, in the air conditioning apparatus that dehumidifies the air sucked into the main body casing from the intake port of the main body casing and blows it outward from the air outlet of the main body casing, the air outlet is formed as a main body casing. The upper surface of the body spans the upper portion of the abutting surface adjacent to the upper surface, and the first air direction changing body and the second air direction changing body are provided so as to be freely swingable independently of each other at the periphery of the air outlet, and the first air direction changing body is provided by the first air direction changing body In the second wind direction changing body, the entire air outlet can be opened and closed (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

[Technical Literature] [Patent Literature]

[Patent Document 1] JP-A-2002-195638 (Page 1, Figure 6)

In the air conditioner of the prior art, the first airflow direction changing body and the second airflow direction changing body are swinging independently of each other, and there is a gap between the first airflow direction changing body and the second wind direction changing body. When the direction in which the second wind direction change body is blown is the same, the air leakage does not occur. However, when the direction in which the first wind direction change body and the second wind direction change body are blown are different, wind is blown from the gap to the purpose. The problem of air leakage outside the direction.

The present invention has been made in order to solve the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a dehumidifier that can smoothly blow air to a target direction even if the angle of change of the wind direction is largely changed, and can uniformly dry the object to be dried in a short time. And achieve energy saving.

In the dehumidifier of the present invention, the air sucked from the suction port of the main body casing to the inside of the main body is dehumidified and blown out from the air outlet of the main body casing to the dehumidifier outside the main body casing, on the front side of the main body casing. An air outlet chamber having the air outlet is formed, and a wind direction changing device that can change a wind direction of the dehumidification air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes a connecting plate that is connected in the vertical direction and on the left and right sides. The upper and lower louvers are integrated; the louvers supported on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber are supported on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber, and the louver supports the shaft portion; the louver support shaft portion is rotated to make the upper and lower louvers An upper and lower louver driving means that rotates in the up-and-down direction; and is disposed between the end of the lower louver and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, and guides the dehumidifying wind entering the air outlet chamber to the movable air guiding plate of the upper and lower louvers.

In the dehumidifier of the present invention, the upper louver which is attached to the left and right side walls of the air outlet opening so as to be rotatable in the up and down direction is integrally provided between the inner side end portion of the lower louver and the lower side of the front side of the air outlet Providing a movable air supply guide plate that guides the dehumidified air entering the air outlet chamber to the upper and lower louvers, so that the air passage formed by the movable air supply guide plate in the air outlet chamber has no external and continuous connection except for the gap between the upper and lower louvers The gap can evenly dry the dried object in a short time, thereby achieving the effect of energy saving.

In addition, the wind direction disposed in the air outlet chamber is changed to the tip end of the upper and lower louvers of the device facing the air outlet, and the front lower edge of the lower louver and the air outlet chamber is connected when the tip of the upper and lower louvers are forwardly forward and rearward. The movable air guiding plate between the two has an effect of avoiding the accident of pinching the finger.

Embodiment 1.

1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a dehumidifier according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention, FIG. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view of the dehumidifier, and FIG. 3 is a longitudinal sectional view of the wind turbine changing device of the same dehumidifier, FIG. A cross-sectional view of the main part in various directions of the dehumidifying wind blown out from the air outlet of the dehumidifier.

As shown in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2, the dehumidifier according to the first embodiment of the present invention is provided with an air outlet opening 3 having an air outlet 2 in the upper portion of the front side of the box-shaped main body casing 1 in the main body. A suction port 4 is formed on the back surface of the casing 1, and an air supply path 5 that communicates with the suction port 4 and the air outlet 2 is provided in the main body casing 1. The air outlet chamber 3 is constituted by a louver holding case.

The heat exchanger 6 is provided in the air supply path 5 on the back side of the main body casing, and the blower fan 8 driven by the blower motor 7 is provided on the front side of the main body casing.

An operation portion 9 is provided on the upper portion of the back side of the main body casing 1, and a water storage tank 10 is provided at the bottom of the main body casing 1. The wind direction changing device 11 is disposed in the air outlet chamber 3.

The dehumidifier heat exchanger 6 dehumidifies the air taken in from the suction port 4 of the main body casing 1, and blows the dehumidified air from the air outlet 2 of the main body casing 1 and then the wind direction provided in the air outlet chamber 3. The changing device 11 changes the wind direction of the dehumidification wind blown from the air outlet 2 .

The wind direction changing device 11 includes an upper louver 12a and a lower louver 12b that face each other in the up-and-down direction, and a connecting plate 13 that connects the left and right sides of the louver 12a and the lower louver 12b, respectively, and is provided to protrude laterally from the upper portion of each of the connecting plates 13. The louver support shaft portion 13a supported by the side wall shafts of the air outlet chamber 3 so as to be rotatable in the vertical direction; the transmission gear 14 of the louver support shaft 13a attached to one side; and the louver drive gear 19 that the transmission gear 14 meshes with And an upper and lower louver drive motor 18 that drives the louver drive gear 19 to rotate.

Further, the wind direction changing device 11 is rotatably provided between the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12a and the lower side of the front side of the air outlet 2, and is dehumidified between the two to be inserted into the air outlet chamber 3 The wind is guided to the foldable movable air supply guide 17 of the upper and lower louvers 12a, 12b.

That is, the foldable movable air supply guide plate 17 is configured to be rotatably coupled to the upper air supply guide plate 17a that is coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15a of the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b; a lower air supply guide plate 17b coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15b provided at the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet 2 of the air outlet opening 3; and the upper air supply guide plate 17a and the lower portion are rotatably provided The connecting shaft 16 to which the air guiding plate 17b is coupled.

Further, the tip ends of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b that rotate in the vertical direction of the wind direction changing device 11 are disposed toward the air outlet 2 of the air outlet chamber 3.

Further, the two upper air blowing guides 17a and the lower air guiding plates 17b constituting the foldable movable air guiding plate 16 are, for example, made of ABS resin and formed to have the same width as the widths of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b.

Further, the guide mounting return shaft 15a of the lower louver 12b and the upper air supply guide plate 17a of the rotatably supported movable air supply guide plate 17 are bent so as to protrude toward the front of the main body casing so that The wind path of the tuyere chamber 3 is expanded.

Further, between the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b, in addition to the middle of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b, a plurality of right and left fins 20 are provided at intervals in the left-right direction so as to be rotatable in the left-right direction. The indoor lower end portions of the plurality of right and left fins 20 are coupled to the interlocking arm 21.

Further, in the center portions of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b, a cylindrical sensor holder 35 in which the infrared ray sensor 34 is built is rotatably attached. The central portion of the interlocking arm 21 is rotatably coupled to the back side of the sensor holding body 35.

Therefore, when the interlocking arm 21 reciprocates, the plurality of left and right fins 20 are shaken, and the sensor holding body 35 is also shaken.

Further, in FIG. 3, the right and left fin drive shafts 31 that swing the left and right fins 20 by the reciprocating operation are connected to the upper end portions on the indoor side of the left and right fins 20 at the right end. The left and right fin drive shafts 31 penetrate the tip end of one end of the side wall of the tuyere chamber 3, and the left and right fin drive cams 33 for converting the reciprocating motion of the left and right fin drive motors 32 into a reciprocating motion are connected.

Therefore, when the left and right fin drive motors 32 are rotated, the rotational motion is converted into the reciprocating left and right fin drive cams 33, and the left and right fin drive shafts 31 are reciprocated to be coupled to the left and right fin drive shafts 31. The left and right fins 20 are rocked, and as the left and right fins 20 are shaken, the other left and right fins 20 are shaken by the interlocking arm 21, and the cylindrical sensor holding body 35 of the built-in infrared sensor 34 is connected thereto. Also shaking.

In the dehumidifier of the first embodiment, when the "operation" switch of the operation unit 9 is pressed, the blower motor 7 rotates to drive the blower fan 8, and the compressor (not shown) is driven, and the heat exchanger 6 is driven from the suction port. 4 The inhaled air is dehumidified, so that the dehumidified air passing through the air supply path 5 is blown out from the air outlet 2 of the air outlet chamber 3.

The wind direction changing device 11 is disposed in the air outlet chamber 3, and the wind direction changing device 11 changes the wind direction of the dehumidification air blown from the air outlet 2.

The wind direction of the wind direction changing device 11 will be specifically described.

Normally, when the "operation" button of the operation unit 9 is pressed and the "automatic operation" button is pressed, the control unit (not shown) is set to the automatic operation mode, and the dehumidifying and drying is performed in accordance with the automatic operation mode.

In the automatic operation mode, the vertical movement of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b and the shaking of the left and right directions of the plurality of left and right fins 20 are continuously performed, and at the same time, the temperature of the washings is detected by the infrared ray sensor 34, for example. The amplitude of the shaking is narrowed, so that it is blown to the dry air to concentrate the dehumidification of the wet portion of the washing material, so that uniform dehumidifying drying can be performed.

Further, when the "manual operation" button is pressed, the control unit (not shown) is set to the manual operation mode in which the detection of the infrared sensor 34 is not performed, and the situation can be set in more detail by the manual operation mode.

In other words, in the manual operation, a mode in which the vertical movement of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b is performed and a mode in which the left and right fins 20 are oscillated in the left-right direction can be set.

Therefore, when the "up and down swing" button is pressed, the mode of switching up and down is switched, and as shown in (a) of FIG. 4, when the dehumidified wind is blown from the tip end of the upper and lower louvers 12a, 12b to the front lower side, the cotton is executed. Desiccant drying of the floor or the drying of the shoes and the like.

Further, as shown in FIG. 4(b), when the dehumidified air is blown from the tip end of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b to the front upper side, the room is subjected to dehumidifying drying, drying of the washings, and the like, and dehumidifying and drying of the ceiling.

Further, as shown in FIG. 4(c), when the dehumidified air is blown from the tip end of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b to the upper side, the washing and the like are dried and the ceiling is dehumidified and dried.

Further, each time the "up and down swing" button is pressed, the amplitude of the vertical movement can be narrowed or stopped.

Further, in the manual operation mode, when the "left and right swing" button is pressed, the mode is swung left and right, and each time the button is pressed, the swing width in the left and right direction is narrowed or stopped.

In the first embodiment, the guide is mounted on the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b that is integrally provided to be attached to the upper louver 12a of the left and right side walls so as to be rotatable in the vertical direction in the air outlet chamber 3. The return shaft 15a and the guide mounting return shaft 15b attached to the front side of the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber 3 pass through the connecting shaft 16, and the two air supply guide plates 17a and 17b that are rotatably coupled to each other are used. The free ends of the foldable movable air guiding plates 17 are rotatably coupled, so that the dehumidifying wind entering the air outlet chamber 3 is guided to the upper and lower louvers 12a by the foldable movable air guiding plate 17, Between 12b, since there is no slit communicating with the outside except for the gap between the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b, air leakage other than the direction in which the downward louvers 12a and 12b are intended to flow is not generated.

Further, the tips of the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b of the wind direction changing device 11 disposed in the air outlet chamber 3 face the air outlet 2, and when the tips of the louvers 12a and 12b face upward and upward and upward and rearward, the lower louver 12b and the louver 12b are provided. There is a foldable movable air guiding plate 17 connected to the front side of the tuyere chamber 3, so that the situation of pinching the fingers does not occur.

Further, among the two air blowing guide plates 17a and 17b constituting the foldable movable air guiding plate 17, the upper air guiding guide that is rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b is provided. The plate 17a is bent so as to protrude toward the front of the main body casing, so that the wind of the air outlet chamber 3 can also be made in the case where the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b are inclined forward, forwardly inclined, or rearwardly upward. The road is expanded to reduce the pressure loss and increase the strength of the movable air supply guide plate 17.

Fig. 5 is a cross-sectional view showing main parts of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from an air outlet of a dehumidifier according to a modification of the first embodiment of the present invention.

In the foldable movable air guiding plate 17 of the first embodiment, the upper and lower air supply guide plates 17a and 17b made of two ABS resins are rotatably connected by the connecting shaft 16, but in the modified example of the first embodiment, The movable air guiding plate 23 is formed of an elastic member having an appropriate hardness such as an elastic body, and the portion 23a corresponding to the central portion of the connecting shaft 16 of the first embodiment is thinned and formed into a rotatable shape.

Further, the end portion of one side of the movable air guiding plate 23 is rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b, and one side of the movable air guiding plate 23 is provided. The end portion is rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15b attached to the front side of the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber 3.

As described above, in the modification of the first embodiment, the number of components of the movable air guiding plate 27 is one, and it can be manufactured simply and inexpensively compared with the movable air guiding plate 17 of the first embodiment.

Embodiment 2.

Fig. 6 is a cross-sectional view showing main parts of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier of the second embodiment of the present invention.

In the second embodiment, the same configurations as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the description of the overlapping configurations will be omitted.

In the foldable movable air guiding plate 17 of the first embodiment, the upper and lower air supply guide plates 17a and 17b made of two ABS resins are rotatably connected by the connecting shaft 16, but the second embodiment is configured as follows. One of the movable rod-shaped members 24a of the guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b and the front side of the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3 are rotatably provided at one end. The long hole 24b extending in the direction and the connecting pin 24c that is slidably and slidably engaged with the long hole 24b and protruded in the lateral direction at the other end of the rod-shaped member 24a are different from the configuration of the first embodiment. .

In the second embodiment, one end of the rod-shaped member 24a is rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor end portion of the lower louver 12b, and is provided at the rod-like member 24a. The coupling pin 24c that protrudes in the lateral direction is rotatably and slidably engaged with the long hole 24b provided in the front side of the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3 and extending in the vertical direction.

Further, as shown in (a) of Fig. 6, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b face downward, the coupling pin 24c provided at one end of the rod-shaped member 24a is located in front of the outlet chamber 3. The lower portion of the long hole 24b, as shown in (b) of Fig. 6, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b face upward, the connecting pin 24c provided at one end of the rod-shaped member 24a is located at the air outlet chamber. 3 slightly above the lower portion of the long hole 24b on the front side of the side wall, while the rod-like member 24a and the long hole 24b are parallel, as shown in (c) of FIG. 4, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b are directed upward and rearward, The coupling pin 24c provided at one end of the rod-shaped member 24a is located at an upper portion of the long hole 24b provided on the front side of the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3.

As described above, in the second embodiment, the movable air guiding plate 24 is mainly composed of a single metal rod member 24a and a long hole 24b extending in the vertical direction of the front side of the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3, and mainly The number of parts is two, and it can be manufactured simply and at a lower cost than the movable air guiding plate 17 of the first embodiment.

Embodiment 3.

Fig. 7 is a cross-sectional view showing main parts of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from an air outlet of a dehumidifier of a third embodiment of the present invention.

In the third embodiment, the partition louver 12c is attached between the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b. This is different from the first embodiment. However, the two air supply guide plates 17a that are rotatably coupled to each other are transmitted through the connecting shaft 16. The free end portions of the foldable movable air guiding plate 17 formed by 17b are rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor side end portion of the lower louver 12b, and to the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber 3, respectively. The configuration of the guide mounting return shaft 15b on the front side is the same as that in the first embodiment.

In the third embodiment, the configuration is substantially different from that of the first embodiment, and a movable air supply guide plate that is slidably overlapped by three arc-shaped air supply guide plates 27a to 27c is provided above the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3. 27.

Further, the three arc-shaped air supply guide plates 27a-27c of the upper movable air supply guide plate 27 are formed such that the lowermost air supply guide plate 27a and the upper louver 12a are integrated, and the intermediate and upper air supply guide plates 27b and 27c are fitted. The operation of the air supply guide plate 27a is freely slidably interlocked to expand side by side or overlap.

The upper movable air guiding plate 27 is disposed so as to cover the air outlet 2 above the upper louver 12a. As shown in (a) of FIG. 7, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b face downward, three The arc-shaped air supply guide plates 27a-27c are slid in an enlarged state so as not to overlap, as shown in (b) of FIG. 7, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b are directed upward and upward, The arc-shaped air supply guide plates 27a-27c are slid to a state in which they are half overlapped, respectively, as shown in (c) of FIG. 7, when the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b are turned upside down. The three arc-shaped air supply guide plates 27a-27c are slid in a state of being completely overlapped, and the upper louver 12a is always in an invisible state, regardless of which direction the tips of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b are facing, and the appearance is beautiful. Effect.

Embodiment 4.

Fig. 8 is a cross-sectional view showing main parts of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier of the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

In the fourth embodiment, the same configurations as those in the first embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and the description of the overlapping configurations will be omitted.

Further, in the fourth embodiment, as in the first embodiment, the free end portions of the foldable movable air guiding plates 17 formed by the two air guiding guides 17a and 17b rotatably coupled to each other are respectively transmitted through the connecting shaft 16. The guide mounting return shaft 15a attached to the indoor end portion of the lower louver 12b is rotatably coupled to the guide mounting return shaft 15b attached to the front side of the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber 3, and this configuration is substantially the same as that of the first embodiment. It is the same composition.

In the fourth embodiment, the free end of the foldable upper movable air guiding plate 37 formed by the two upper and lower air guiding plates 37a and 37b rotatably coupled to each other via the connecting shaft 16 is rotatably coupled to each other. The guide mounting return shaft 34 attached to the indoor side end portion of the upper louver 12b and the guide mounting return shaft 35 attached to the rear side of the side wall of the air outlet chamber 3 are provided.

Further, a pin (not shown) on the upper air supply guide plate 37a of the foldable upper movable air guiding plate 37 connected to the upper louver 12a is protruded in the lateral direction, and the pin is fitted in the air outlet chamber 3 In the movement restricting groove 38 at the rear side of the side wall, the connecting shaft 16 of the foldable movable air guiding plate 37 is prevented from protruding out of the tuyere 2, and an aesthetic effect is obtained.

In the fourth embodiment, the louver support shaft portion 13a is attached to the connecting plates 13 on the right and left sides of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b, so that the louver support shaft portion 13a can be vertically moved on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber 3. Rotatingly, not only the foldable lower movable air guiding plate 17 is mounted on the lower louver 12b, but also the foldable upper movable air guiding plate 37 is mounted on the upper louver 12a, sharing the rotation of the upper louver 12a and the lower louver 12b. Therefore, it is not necessary to force the upper and lower louvers 12a and 12b to increase the durability.

1. . . Body shell

2. . . Air outlet

3. . . Air outlet room

4. . . suction point

5. . . Air supply path

6. . . Heat exchanger

7. . . Air supply motor

8. . . Send fan

9. . . Operation department

10. . . Water storage tank

11. . . Wind direction changing device

12a. . . Upper blinds

12b. . . Lower blinds

12c. . . Separating blinds

13. . . Link board

13a. . . Shutter support shaft

14. . . Communication gear

15a. . . Guide mounting reversing shaft

15b. . . Guide mounting reversing shaft

16. . . Connecting shaft

17a. . . Upper air supply guide

17b. . . Lower air supply guide

18. . . Upper and lower blind drive motor

20. . . Left and right fins

twenty one. . . Linking arm

twenty three. . . Movable air supply

23a. . . Central department

twenty four. . . Movable air guiding plate

24a. . . Rod component

24b. . . Long hole

24c. . . Link pin

25. . . Guide mounting reversing shaft

26. . . Guide mounting reversing shaft

27. . . Movable air supply

27a-27c. . . Air supply guide

31. . . Left and right fin drive shaft

32. . . Left and right fin drive motor

33. . . Left and right fin drive cam

34. . . Infrared sensor

35. . . Sensor retainer

37. . . Movable air guiding plate

37a. . . Upper air supply guide

37b. . . Lower air supply guide

Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing the appearance of a dehumidifier according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

Figure 2 is a longitudinal section of the same dehumidifier

Figure 3 is a longitudinal sectional view of the wind deflector changing device of the same dehumidifier

Fig. 4 (a) to (c) are main cross-sectional views of various directions of dehumidifying wind blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier.

(a) to (c) are main cross-sectional views of various directions of dehumidification air blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier according to the modification of the first embodiment of the present invention.

(a) to (c) are main cross-sectional views of various directions of dehumidifying air blown by the air outlet of the dehumidifier according to the second embodiment of the present invention.

(a) to (c) are main cross-sectional views of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier of the third embodiment of the present invention.

(a) to (c) are main cross-sectional views of various directions of dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet of the dehumidifier according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention.

1. . . Body shell

2. . . Air outlet

3. . . Air outlet room

4. . . suction point

5. . . Air supply path

6. . . Heat exchanger

7. . . Air supply motor

8. . . Send fan

9. . . Operation department

10. . . Water storage tank

11. . . Wind direction changing device

Claims (7)

  1. A dehumidifier that dehumidifies air sucked from a main body casing suction port into a main body casing and blows it out from the main body casing air outlet to the outside of the main body casing, wherein the air outlet is formed at an upper portion of the front side of the main body casing. In the air outlet chamber, a wind direction changing device that can change the wind direction of the dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes upper and lower louvers that are connected in the vertical direction and connected to each other by the connecting plate The louver support shaft portion is disposed on a side of each of the connecting plate portions, and is supported by the shaft on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber so as to be rotatable in the up and down direction; the upper and lower louver driving means rotates the louver supporting shaft portion to The upper and lower louvers are rotated in the up and down direction; and the movable air guiding plate is disposed between the end of the lower louver and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, and guides the dehumidifying wind entering the air outlet chamber to the upper and lower louvers.
  2. A dehumidifier that dehumidifies air sucked from a main body casing suction port into a main body casing and blows it out from the main body casing air outlet to the outside of the main body casing, wherein the air outlet is formed at an upper portion of the front side of the main body casing. In the air outlet chamber, a wind direction changing device that can change the wind direction of the dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes: The upper and lower louvers are connected to each other by the connecting plate in the up-and-down direction, and the left and right sides are integrally connected by the connecting plate; the louver supporting shaft portion is disposed on the side of each of the connecting plate portions, and is vertically rotatable on the left and right side walls of the air outlet opening chamber. a shaft support; the upper and lower louver driving means, the louver supporting the shaft portion is rotated to rotate the upper and lower louvers in the up and down direction; and the movable air guiding plate is disposed between the end of the lower louver and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, The dehumidification wind entering the air outlet chamber is guided to the upper and lower louvers; the movable air supply guide plate is composed of: an upper air supply guide plate rotatably coupled to the end of the lower louver, in a rotatable manner and the out A lower air guiding plate connected to the lower edge of the front side of the tuyere, and a connecting shaft for freely rotating the free end of the upper air guiding plate and the free end of the lower air guiding plate.
  3. A dehumidifier that dehumidifies air sucked from a main body casing suction port into a main body casing and blows it out from the main body casing air outlet to the outside of the main body casing, wherein the air outlet is formed at an upper portion of the front side of the main body casing. In the air outlet chamber, a wind direction changing device that can change the wind direction of the dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes upper and lower louvers that are connected in the vertical direction and connected to each other by the connecting plate Integral; the louver support shaft portion is disposed on the side of each of the connecting plates, in the wind The left and right side walls of the mouth chamber are supported by the shaft so as to be rotatable in the up and down direction; the upper and lower louver driving means rotates the louver supporting shaft portion to rotate the upper and lower louvers in the up and down direction; and the movable air guiding plate is disposed at the lower louver end Between the portion and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, the dehumidification wind entering the air outlet chamber is guided to the upper and lower louvers; the movable air guiding plate is rotatably connected to the end of the lower louver, and One end is rotatably coupled to the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, and the intermediate portion is formed by a sheet having a flexible member of a suitable hardness that can be bent.
  4. A dehumidifier that dehumidifies air sucked from a main body casing suction port into a main body casing and blows it out from the main body casing air outlet to the outside of the main body casing, wherein the air outlet is formed at an upper portion of the front side of the main body casing. In the air outlet chamber, a wind direction changing device that can change the wind direction of the dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes upper and lower louvers that are connected in the vertical direction and connected to each other by the connecting plate The louver support shaft portion is disposed on the side of each of the connecting plates, and is supported on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber so as to be rotatable in the up and down direction; the upper and lower louver driving means rotates the louver supporting shaft portion so that the upper and lower louvers are Rotating up and down; upper movable air guiding plate, disposed at the end of the upper louver and the wind Between the upper edges of the back side of the mouth, the dehumidified wind entering the air outlet chamber is guided to the upper louver; and the lower movable air guiding plate is disposed between the end of the lower louver and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet Dehumidifying air entering the air outlet chamber is guided to the lower louver; the upper movable air guiding plate is composed of: an upper side air guiding plate rotatably coupled to the end of the upper louver, in a rotatable manner a lower air supply guide plate coupled to the upper edge of the rear side of the air outlet, and a connecting shaft for rotatably connecting the free end of the upper air supply guide plate and the free end of the lower air supply guide plate; The air supply guide plate is configured by: an upper air supply guide plate rotatably coupled to the end of the lower louver, and a lower air supply guide plate rotatably coupled to the front lower edge of the air outlet, for free A connecting shaft that connects the free end of the upper side air supply guide plate and the free end of the lower side air supply guide plate in a rotating manner.
  5. A dehumidifier that dehumidifies air sucked from a main body casing suction port into a main body casing and blows it out from the main body casing air outlet to the outside of the main body casing, wherein the air outlet is formed at an upper portion of the front side of the main body casing. In the air outlet chamber, a wind direction changing device that can change the wind direction of the dehumidifying air blown from the air outlet is disposed in the air outlet chamber, and the wind direction changing device includes upper and lower louvers that are connected in the vertical direction and connected to each other by the connecting plate As one The louver support shaft portion is disposed on the side of each of the connecting plates, and is supported on the left and right side walls of the air outlet chamber so as to be rotatable in the vertical direction; the upper and lower louver driving means rotates the louver supporting shaft portion to rotate the upper and lower louvers in the up and down direction The upper movable air guiding plate is disposed between the end of the upper louver and the upper edge of the back side of the air outlet, and guides the dehumidifying wind entering the air outlet chamber to the upper louver; and the lower movable air guiding plate is set Between the end of the lower louver and the lower edge of the front side of the air outlet, the dehumidification wind entering the air outlet chamber is guided to the lower louver; the upper movable air guiding plate is connected to the upper part of the upper louver An arc-shaped air supply guide plate integrally formed and a plurality of arc-shaped air supply guide plates that are freely slidably coupled to expand or overlap each other in cooperation with the operation of the one air supply guide plate.
  6. The dehumidifier of claim 2, wherein the upper air supply guide plate rotatably coupled to the lower louver in the lower movable air supply guide is bent to the main body casing. The front of the body protrudes.
  7. The dehumidifier according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein a plurality of right and left fins capable of adjusting a right and left rotation direction are disposed between the upper and lower louveres in the left-right direction.
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