TWM499933U - Elliptical machine with variable trajectory - Google Patents

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TWM499933U
TWM499933U TW103219222U TW103219222U TWM499933U TW M499933 U TWM499933 U TW M499933U TW 103219222 U TW103219222 U TW 103219222U TW 103219222 U TW103219222 U TW 103219222U TW M499933 U TWM499933 U TW M499933U
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yao-ting Li
shi-wei Li
zhi-kai Li
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P & F Brother Ind Corp
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Elliptical machine with variable trajectory
The present invention relates to an elliptical machine, and more particularly to an elliptical machine with a variable trajectory.
The invention patent of the Republic of China Patent No. I306032 discloses an elliptical machine capable of adjusting the inclination of a pedal track. The elliptical machine mainly comprises a skeleton, a deflection frame disposed at the rear end of the skeleton, and a frame disposed between the deflection frame and the skeleton. Adjusting device, a transmission unit and a swing arm unit.
The deflection frame includes two yaw rods respectively pivotally connected to the rear end of the skeletal frame, and a connecting rod connected between the bottom ends of the yaw rods to make the yaw rods parallel to each other. The adjusting device comprises a motor unit and a telescopic rod group driven by the motor unit and pivoted to the center of the connecting rod. The transmission unit includes a flywheel disposed at a front end of the bobbin, two crank frames pivotally connected to opposite ends of the axis of the flywheel, and two cantilever arms respectively pivotally connected to the inner sides of the yaw bars, and the two are respectively pivotally connected to the same The cantilever on the side and the support rod of the crank frame. The swing arm unit includes two swing arms disposed at the front end of the skeleton, two connecting rods respectively extending rearward from the swing arms and pivoting to the support rods at a certain position, and two pedals respectively disposed on the connecting rods .
The user can control the operation of the motor group to drive the telescopic rod group to expand and contract, thereby changing the angle of the deflection frame to adjust the inclination of the pedals.
However, when the trajectory of the pedals is to be changed, the motor group and the telescopic rod group are driven to expand and contract, and the connecting rod is pushed to change the angle of the yaw rods, due to the yaw rods and the connecting rods. And the plurality of pivoting points are connected between the cantilevers, so that the control precision of the adjusting device is easy to decrease with the use of the time, and the structural rigidity of the deflecting frame is not good, and the use is easy to generate safety. doubt.
Therefore, the object of the present invention is to provide an elliptical machine capable of elongating the pedaling stroke, increasing the stepping slope, improving the control accuracy, and having a highly safe and variable trajectory.
Therefore, the elliptical machine of the novel variable track includes a frame unit, a transmission unit, two swing arm units and two adjusting devices.
The rack unit includes a tripod and a rack disposed on the stand.
The transmission unit includes an active flywheel rotatably disposed on the frame, two cranks respectively connected to opposite ends of the shaft of the active flywheel and extending in opposite directions, and two transmissions respectively pivotally connected to the ends of the cranks Rod.
The swing arm units respectively include a sleeve disposed adjacent to the center of the corresponding transmission rod, a pedal pivotally connected to the sleeve, and a pedal pendulum fixed to the outer side of the pedal and extending forward arm.
The adjusting devices are respectively disposed at the ends of the transmission rods and respectively include a lifting motor group.
The adjusting device can drive the transmission rods in a first position And moving between a second position, wherein the pedals are repeatedly movable along a first trajectory, wherein the pedals are longer along a stroke and steeper in the second position The second trajectory moves repeatedly.
The utility model has the advantages that the adjusting device is respectively disposed on the transmission rods, and the user can synchronously and accurately control the movement trajectories of the pedals by driving the lifting motor groups to elongate the pedaling stroke and increase The safety of the new type is improved by stepping on the slope and using the adjustment device and the stable structure directly connected to the transmission rods.
2‧‧‧Rack unit
21‧‧‧ foot stand
22‧‧‧Rack
23‧‧‧Instrument rack
24‧‧‧ bracket
3‧‧‧Transmission unit
31‧‧‧Active flywheel
32‧‧‧ crank
33‧‧‧Transmission rod
34‧‧‧driven flywheel
35‧‧‧First belt
36‧‧·wheel seat
37‧‧‧Magnetic resistance wheel
38‧‧‧Second belt
4‧‧‧Swing arm unit
41‧‧‧ bushing
42‧‧‧ pedal
43‧‧‧ pedal swing arm
44‧‧‧Handrail arm
441‧‧‧Heart shaft
442‧‧‧Bist arm
443‧‧‧Upper arm
5‧‧‧Adjustment device
51‧‧‧ shaft
52‧‧‧straight pole
53‧‧‧ linkage group
531‧‧‧first link
532‧‧‧Second link
54‧‧‧Lower motor group
541‧‧‧Motor seat
542‧‧‧Motor
543‧‧‧ screw
544‧‧‧ rod seat
6‧‧‧ console
7‧‧‧ front handrail
8‧‧‧ side armrests
T1‧‧‧ first track
T2‧‧‧ second track
Other features and effects of the present invention will be apparent from the following description of the drawings, wherein: FIG. 1 is a perspective view illustrating an embodiment of the elliptical machine of the present variable trajectory; FIG. 2 is the embodiment. A side view of the embodiment in which the two side armrests of the embodiment are omitted; FIG. 3 is a partially enlarged perspective view showing one of the adjusting devices of the embodiment; FIG. 4 is a schematic view showing one of the pedals of the embodiment Repeating movement along a first trajectory, and the center point of the pedal is located at the last end of the first trajectory; FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram showing that the center point of the pedal is located at the foremost end of the first trajectory; FIG. 6 is a schematic diagram. Illustrating that the pedal repeatedly moves along a second trajectory, and the center point of the pedal is located at the last end of the second trajectory; Fig. 7 is a schematic view showing that the center point of the pedal is located at the foremost end of the second track.
Referring to FIGS. 1 to 3, an embodiment of the elliptical machine of the novel variable track includes a frame unit 2, a transmission unit 3, two swing arm units 4, and two adjustment devices 5.
The rack unit 2 includes a stand 21, a frame 22 disposed on the stand 21, an instrument frame 23 extending obliquely upward and rearward from the frame 22, and an upward and forward direction of the frame 22 The bracket 24 extends obliquely to the vicinity of the center of the instrument frame 23.
The transmission unit 3 includes an active flywheel 31 rotatably disposed on the frame 22, two cranks 32 respectively connected to opposite ends of the axis of the active flywheel 31 and extending in opposite directions, and two pivotings respectively a transmission rod 33 at the end of the crank 32, a driven flywheel 34 rotatably disposed on the frame 22 and having a smaller radius than the active flywheel 31, a first transmission belt 35 surrounding the active flywheel 31 and the driven flywheel 34, A wheel base 36 disposed on the stand 21, a reluctance wheel 37 rotatably disposed on the wheel base 36, and a second drive belt 38 surrounding the driven flywheel 34 and the reluctance wheel 37.
The first transmission belt 35 enables the active flywheel 31 and the driven flywheel 34 to rotate synchronously. The second transmission belt 38 enables the driven flywheel 34 and the reluctance wheel 37 to rotate synchronously. In this embodiment, the first belt Both the drive belt 35 and the second drive belt 38 are belts.
The reluctance wheel 37 provides a rotational resistance of the active flywheel 31 and the driven flywheel 34, so that the user can adjust the movement according to individual needs. To the extent, this is a common skill commonly used in the industry and will not be described here.
The swing arm units 4 respectively include a sleeve 41 disposed adjacent to the center of the corresponding transmission rod 33, a pedal 42 pivotally connected to the sleeve 41, and an outer side of the pedal 42 The front extended pedal swing arm 43 and an armrest swing arm 44 pivotally connected to the front end of the corresponding pedal swing arm 43.
The armrest swing arms 44 respectively have a spindle portion 441 rotatably disposed on the bracket 24, a lower swing arm portion 442 extending from the corresponding pedal swing arm 43 to the spindle portion 441, and a The mandrel portion 441 is bent upward to extend the upper swing arm portion 443 for the user to hold.
By stepping on the pedals 42, the kinetic energy is transmitted to the pedal swing arms 43 and the transmission rods 33 via the pedals 42 and the sleeves 41, respectively, and the pedal swing arms 43 transmit kinetic energy to The armrests swing arms 44, and the drive rods 33 transmit kinetic energy to the cranks 32 and the active flywheel 31, allowing the user to utilize the active flywheel 31, the pedals 42 and the armrest swing arms 44. The inter-connected relationship carries out a coordinated movement mechanism.
The adjusting devices 5 are respectively disposed at the ends of the transmission rods 33, and respectively include a shaft 51 extending through the end of the corresponding transmission rod 33, and an upright rod 52 pivotally extending to the shaft 51 and extending upward. A link set 53 pivotally connected to the top end of the upright pole 52, and a lift motor set 54 disposed at the front end of the link set 53.
The connecting rod sets 53 respectively have a first connecting rod 531 connected to the corresponding upright rod 52, and a pivotal connection to the first connecting rod 531 The second link 532 of the corresponding hoist motor group 54 is connected.
Each of the lifting motor sets 54 has a motor base 541 disposed at the front end of the corresponding second link 532, a motor 542 disposed on the motor base 541, and a motor 541 disposed on the motor base 541 and driven by the motor 542. A screw 543, and a rod seat 544 disposed on the corresponding upright rod 52 and threaded by the screw 543.
Referring to FIG. 4 to FIG. 7 , the adjusting device 5 can drive the transmission rods 33 to move between a first position and a second position. The driving principle is that the motors 542 respectively drive the screws 543 to rotate. As shown in FIG. 4 and FIG. 5, when the top ends of the screws 543 are gradually away from the rods 544, the second link 532 is driven away from the first link 531, and the drive rods 33 are respectively driven to descend to The first position enables the pedals 42 to be repeatedly moved along a first trajectory T1 that is approximately elliptical and has a flat slope. During the movement, the slopes of the front and rear ends of the pedals 42 are relatively flat, suitable for the user. Simulate low-intensity foot movements, such as the action of walking on a flat ground.
Referring to Figures 6 and 7, when the motors 542 respectively drive the screws 543 to rotate in opposite directions, the tips of the screws 543 gradually approach the rods 544, and the first links 531 and the second The connecting rods 532 are oscillated toward each other, and the driving rods 33 are raised to the second position, so that the pedals 42 can be repeatedly moved along a second trajectory T2 with a long stroke and a steep slope, as shown in the figure. As shown in Fig. 7, when the pedals 42 are moved to the forefront, the slopes of the pedals 42 form a steep angle, which can improve the movement difficulty of the present model, and is suitable for the user to simulate high intensity. The movement of the foot, such as running or climbing, and the long stroke of the second track T2 can lengthen the span of the user's feet, thereby increasing the amount of exercise.
It is worth mentioning that in the embodiment, the first track T1 and the second track T2 respectively simulate the motion track of the center point of one of the pedals 42 during the two motions.
Referring to Figures 1 and 2, the embodiment further includes a console 6, a front armrest 7, and two side armrests 8.
The console 6 is disposed at the top of the instrument frame 23 for the user to synchronously control the adjusting devices 5 to make the rotation amplitudes of the screws 543 uniform, thereby improving the stability of the movement.
The front armrest 7 is disposed on the instrument frame 23 and located under the console 6, and the front armrest 7 has an inverted U shape for the user to conveniently grasp during the movement, and the side armrests 8 are respectively located in the adjustment. The outside of the device 5 is provided for the user to conveniently board or leave the pedals 42.
In summary, by providing the adjusting devices 5, the movement trajectories of the pedals 42 can be accurately synchronized to elongate the pedaling stroke and increase the pedaling gradient, and at the same time, the adjusting devices 5 and the transmission levers are utilized. 33 The stable structure of the direct connection enhances the safety of use of the new model, so it can achieve the purpose of the present invention.
However, the above description is only for the embodiments of the present invention, and the scope of the present invention cannot be limited thereto, that is, the simple equivalent changes and modifications made by the present patent application scope and the contents of the patent specification are still It is within the scope of this new patent.
2‧‧‧Rack unit
21‧‧‧ foot stand
22‧‧‧Rack
23‧‧‧Instrument rack
24‧‧‧ bracket
3‧‧‧Transmission unit
31‧‧‧Active flywheel
32‧‧‧ crank
33‧‧‧Transmission rod
34‧‧‧driven flywheel
36‧‧·wheel seat
37‧‧‧Magnetic resistance wheel
38‧‧‧Second belt
4‧‧‧Swing arm unit
41‧‧‧ bushing
42‧‧‧ pedal
43‧‧‧ pedal swing arm
44‧‧‧Handrail arm
441‧‧‧Heart shaft
442‧‧‧Bist arm
443‧‧‧Upper arm
5‧‧‧Adjustment device
6‧‧‧ console
7‧‧‧ front handrail
8‧‧‧ side armrests

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  1. An elliptical machine with a variable track, comprising: a rack unit comprising a tripod and a frame disposed on the stand; a transmission unit comprising an active flywheel rotatably disposed on the frame, and two respectively a crank connecting two opposite ends of the center of the active flywheel and extending in opposite directions, and two transmission levers respectively pivotally connected to the ends of the cranks; and two swing arm units respectively including a corresponding transmission rod a bushing, a pedal pivotally connected to the bushing, and a pedal swing arm fixed to the outside of the pedal and extending forward; and two adjusting devices respectively disposed at the ends of the driving rods And respectively comprising a lifting motor group, the adjusting device can drive the transmission rods to move between a first position and a second position, wherein in the first position, the pedals can be repeated along a first track respectively Movement, in the second position, the pedals can be repeatedly moved along a second trajectory with a long stroke and a steep slope.
  2. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 1, wherein the adjusting devices further comprise a shaft extending through the end of the corresponding transmission rod, and an upright rod pivotally connected to the shaft and extending upward. And a link set pivotally connected to the top of the upright pole and connected to the corresponding lift motor set.
  3. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 2, wherein the link sets respectively have a first link connected to the corresponding upright bar, and a pivotal connection to the first link and connected The corresponding lifting motor group The second link is in the process of moving the first rod to the second position, and the lifting motor group drives the first link and the second link to swing toward each other.
  4. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 3, wherein the lifting motor sets respectively have a motor base disposed at the front end of the corresponding second link, a motor disposed on the motor seat, and a setting a screw driven by the motor at the motor base, and a rod seat disposed on the corresponding upright rod and threaded by the screw.
  5. The elliptical machine of claim 1, wherein the rack unit further comprises an instrument rack and a bracket extending upward from the rack.
  6. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 5, wherein the swing arm units further comprise an armrest swing arm pivotally connected to a front end of the corresponding pedal swing arm, the armrest swing arm having a rotatably a mandrel portion disposed on the bracket, a lower swing arm portion extending from the pedal swing arm to the spindle portion, and an upper swing arm portion extending upwardly from the spindle portion.
  7. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 5, further comprising a console disposed at the top of the instrument frame and capable of controlling the adjusting device, and a front armrest disposed on the instrument frame and located under the console. And two side armrests respectively located outside the adjusting device.
  8. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 1, wherein the transmission unit further comprises a driven flywheel rotatably disposed on the frame and having a smaller radius than the active flywheel, a bypassing the active flywheel, and the slave a first transmission belt of the moving flywheel, a wheel base disposed on the tripod, and a rotatably disposed a magnetic reluctance wheel for providing resistance to the wheel base, and a second transmission belt for winding the driven flywheel and the reluctance wheel.
  9. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 8, wherein the first transmission belt and the second transmission belt are both belts.
  10. The elliptical machine of the variable track according to claim 1, wherein the sleeves are respectively disposed at adjacent centers of the transmission rods.
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