TWM544624U - Active orientation and level calibration system - Google Patents

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TWM544624U
TWM544624U TW106204549U TW106204549U TWM544624U TW M544624 U TWM544624 U TW M544624U TW 106204549 U TW106204549 U TW 106204549U TW 106204549 U TW106204549 U TW 106204549U TW M544624 U TWM544624 U TW M544624U
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Jia-Pu Zhang
Bo-Qi Chen
xu-guang Zhang
Zhao-Zhang Wang
xin-hong Chen
fang-cheng Li
yu-lin Song
Pei-Ying Lin
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Nat Applied Res Laboratories
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Active orientation and level calibration system
The present invention relates to a calibration system, and more particularly to an active orientation and level calibration system for an instrument.
In general research, various physical value sensors such as vibration measurement, horizontal laser measurement, solar panel pursuit, sunshine measurement, and wind vector measurement are often used. These sensors need to point to the correct orientation. Or in a horizontal position to detect more accurate data. Therefore, in general, these sensors need to be corrected and aligned horizontally or by hand before use. However, when the instrument needs to be used for long-term observation, the manual adjustment method is too cumbersome, not only time-consuming. Force, and can not make more accurate correction to reduce measurement accuracy.
Therefore, the object of the present invention is to provide an active azimuth and level calibration system that does not require manual adjustment.
Thus, the novel active azimuth and level calibration system includes an outer ring unit, an inner ring unit, and a control module.
The outer ring unit includes an outer casing defining an accommodating space, a base disposed in the accommodating space and fixed on the outer casing, and outer bracing arms disposed on opposite sides of the base along a first axial direction And a first fixing member respectively connected to the outer supporting arms, a first pivoting member respectively pivoted on the first fixing members, and a first driving member disposed on one of the first pivoting members, And connecting the connecting arms of the first pivoting members respectively, wherein the first driving device can drive the corresponding first pivoting member to rotate in the first axial direction.
The inner ring unit includes two second fixing members respectively disposed on the connecting arms along a second axial direction perpendicular to the first axial direction, and two second pivoting members respectively pivoted on the second fixing members a second driver disposed on one of the second pivoting members, two inner bracket arms respectively connected to the second pivoting members, a carrying platform connected to the inner supporting arms, and a a third driver on the carrying platform, the second driver driving the corresponding second pivoting member to rotate in the second axial direction, the third driving device driving the loading platform to be perpendicular to the first axial direction The third axial direction of the second axial direction is a rotational axis.
The control module electrically connects and controls the first driver, the second driver, and the third driver.
The function of the present invention is that the instrument to be calibrated or aligned is fixed to the platform by locking or other means, and the first driver, the second driver, and the third driver are controlled by the control module. The loading platform can be tilted with the first axial direction, the second axial direction, and the third axial direction as a rotating shaft, so that the horizontal position and the positive azimuth can be adjusted without labor, saving time and labor and high precision. .
Referring to FIG. 1 , FIG. 2 and FIG. 3 , an embodiment of the present active azimuth and level calibration system includes an outer ring unit 1 , an inner ring unit 2 located in the outer ring unit 1 , and a set Control module 3 on instrument G (see Figure 8). The outer ring unit 1 includes a housing 11 (not shown in FIG. 2) defining a receiving space 110 in a hemispherical shell shape, and a base 12 disposed in the receiving space 110 and inserted in the bottom of the housing 11. And an outer support arm 13 connected to opposite sides of the base 12 along a first axial direction A, and two first fixing members 14 and two respectively fixed to the outer support arm 13 respectively. a first pivoting member 15 on a fixing member 14, a first driving member 16 disposed on one of the first pivoting members 15, and a connecting arm 17 connecting the first pivoting members 15 in a circumferential manner. . The hemispherical design of the outer casing 11 is suitable for floating on the surface of the water and can be applied to offshore operations, but it can of course be other shapes of the casing, and is not limited thereto. It should be particularly noted that FIG. 2 clearly shows the connection relationship between the components, and thus the outer casing is not drawn.
Referring to FIG. 2, FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, each outer arm 13 has a curved shape in conformity with the inner curved surface of the outer casing 11, and the two ends are respectively connected to the base 12 and the corresponding first fixing member. 14. Each of the first fixing members 14 and the corresponding first pivoting member 15 is pierced by a long screw 4 with a bearing therebetween so that the first pivoting member 15 can be opposite to the first fixing member 14 rotates with the first axial direction A as an axis. The first driver 16 has a first frame 161 connected to the first pivoting member 15, a first motor 162 disposed on the first frame 161, and a first motor 162 rotatably coupled to the first motor 162. The first worm 163 and a first worm gear 164 disposed on the first fixing member 14 and meshing with the first worm 163. The first worm wheel 164 is fixed to the first pivoting member 15 through the long screw 4. When the first motor 162 is activated, the first motor 162 is along a second perpendicular to the first axial direction A. The axial direction B drives the first worm 163 to rotate. Since the first worm gear 164 is fixed and does not rotate, the first worm 163 moves along the gear portion of the first worm wheel 164 and passes through the first frame 161. The first pivoting member 15 is rotated relative to the first fixing member 14 in the first axial direction A. The connecting arms 17 are connected to the first pivoting members 15 in a substantially annular shape.
Referring to FIG. 2, FIG. 5 and FIG. 6, the inner ring unit 2 includes two second fixing members 21 respectively disposed on the connecting arms 17 along the second axial direction and facing each other, and two pivoting members respectively. a second pivoting member 22 on the second fixing member 21, a second driving member 23 disposed on one of the second pivoting members 22, and two end arms 24 connected to the second pivoting member 22 A carrier 25 that connects the other end of the inner arm 24 and a third driver 26 that is disposed on the carrier 25. The second driver 23 has a second frame 231 connected to the second pivoting member 22, a second motor 232 disposed on the second frame 231, and a second worm disposed on the second motor 232. 233, and a second worm wheel 234 disposed on the second fixing member 21 and meshing with the second worm 233. The second fixing member 21, the second pivoting member 22, and the second driver 23 are configured and arranged, and the first fixing member 14, the first pivoting member 15, and the first The second motor 232 can drive the second worm 233 to rotate about a first axis A and a third axis C of the second axis B, and pass through the first frame. The second pivoting member 22 rotates relative to the second fixing member 21 with the second axial direction B as an axis.
Referring to FIGS. 2, 5, and 7, the carrier 25 has a socket portion 251 that connects the inner bracket arms 24, and a base portion 252 that is pivotally mounted to the socket portion 251. The third driver 26 of the inner ring unit 2 has a third motor 261 disposed on the socket portion 251, a drive gear 262 coupled to the third motor 261 and rotatable by the third motor 261, and A spur 263 fixed to the bottom surface of the pedestal portion 252 and meshing with the drive gear 262 is disposed between the pedestal portion 252 and the spur 263. When the third motor 261 is driven, the driving gear 262 can be rotated about the third axis C to drive the pedestal portion 252 and the spur 263 relative to the yoke portion 251 to the third axis. Rotate to C for the axis.
Referring to FIG. 8 , the control module 3 is fixed on the instrument G. The instrument G in FIG. 8 is an example of a Trillium Compact, but of course, other different instruments may be used. 3 can also be set in different locations depending on the requirements. The control module 3 can measure the posture of the loading platform 25 to control the rotation speed and opening and closing of the first motor 162, the second motor 232, and the third motor 261, and can also receive signals by wireless communication. .
Referring to FIG. 2, FIG. 3 and FIG. 8, in operation, the to-be-side instrument G is locked on the pedestal portion 252 of the carrying platform 25. The control module 3 drives the phase through the first motor 162 after measurement. Corresponding to the rotation of the first pivoting member 15, so that the connecting arms 17, the other first pivoting member 15 and the inner ring unit 2 are synchronously rotated, so that the instrument G can tilt the first axial axis A. . The second motor 232 can drive the corresponding second pivoting member 22 to rotate, so that the inner carrier arm 24, the other second pivoting member 22, the carrying platform 25 and the third driver 26 are synchronously rotated. The instrument G can tilt the axis of the second axis B. The pedestal portion 252 can be driven to rotate by the third axial direction C through the third motor 261, so that the instrument G can be azimuth corrected. Through the mutual cooperation of the first motor 162, the second motor 232 and the third motor 261, the stage 25 can be adjusted to a specified target tilt angle and orientation to complete the calibration of the instrument G.
In summary, the first motor 162, the second motor 232, and the third motor 261 are controlled by the control module 3, so that the instrument G disposed on the carrier 25 can be in the first axial direction A. And the second axial direction B is tilted to adjust the horizontal position, or the third axial direction C is rotated to correct the orientation, which not only does not require manual adjustment, but saves time and labor, and greatly reduces human factors. Increase objectivity and accuracy. In addition, receiving the correction command through the wireless transmission method facilitates the remote control, so the present embodiment can be placed at a place where the sea or other human beings are difficult to reach, so the purpose of the present invention can be achieved.
However, the above is only the embodiment of the present invention, and when it is not possible to limit the scope of the present invention, all the simple equivalent changes and modifications according to the scope of the patent application and the contents of the patent specification are still This new patent covers the scope.
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162‧‧‧First motor
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C‧‧‧third axial
G‧‧‧ instruments
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 one embodiment of the present active azimuth and level calibration system; FIG. 2 is a perspective view FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view showing a cross-sectional view of the present embodiment along a second axial direction. FIG. 4 is an incomplete perspective view illustrating the embodiment. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view showing a cross-sectional view of the present embodiment along a first axial direction; FIG. 6 is an incomplete perspective view showing one of the second fixing members and the first embodiment of the present embodiment. FIG. 7 is an exploded perspective view showing a loading platform in the embodiment; and FIG. 8 is a perspective view illustrating a control module in the embodiment.
1‧‧‧ outer ring unit
12‧‧‧Base
13‧‧‧External arm
14‧‧‧First fixture
15‧‧‧First pivoting piece
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162‧‧‧First motor
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  1. An active azimuth and level calibration system includes: an outer ring unit including a housing defining an accommodating space, a base disposed in the accommodating space and fixed to the housing, and a first axis And a first pivoting member respectively disposed on opposite sides of the base, a first fixing member respectively connected to the outer supporting arms, and a first pivoting member respectively pivoted on the first fixing members, and a first pivoting member disposed therein a first driver on a first pivoting member, and two connecting arms respectively connected to the first pivoting members, the first driving device driving the corresponding first pivoting member to rotate in the first axial direction An inner ring unit includes two second fixing members respectively disposed on the connecting arms along a second axial direction perpendicular to the first axial direction, and two second pivoting members respectively disposed on the second fixing members a pivoting member, a second driver disposed on one of the second pivoting members, two inner supporting arms respectively connecting the second pivoting members, a carrying platform connected to the inner supporting arms, and a setting a third driver on the carrying platform, the second driver can drive corresponding The two pivoting members rotate with the second axial axis as a rotating shaft, and the third driving device can drive the loading platform to rotate with a third axial direction perpendicular to the first axial direction and the second axial direction; and And a control module, configured to control the first driver, the second driver, and the third driver.
  2. The active orientation and level calibration system of claim 1, wherein the first driver of the outer ring unit has a first frame connecting the first pivoting member and a first frame disposed on the first frame a motor, a first worm disposed on the first motor and rotatable by the first motor, and a first worm gear disposed on the first fixing member and meshing with the first worm.
  3. The active orientation and level calibration system of claim 1, wherein the second driver of the inner ring unit has a second frame connecting the corresponding second pivoting member, and a second frame disposed on the second frame a second motor, a second worm disposed on the second motor and rotatable by the second motor, and a second worm gear disposed on the second fixing member and meshing with the second worm.
  4. The active azimuth and level calibration system of claim 1, wherein the carrier has a socket portion connecting the inner carrier arms, and a pedestal portion pivotally mounted on the socket portion, the inner ring The third driver of the unit has a third motor disposed on the pedestal portion, a driving gear coupled to the third motor and rotatable by the third motor, and a fixed surface of the pedestal portion and The sprocket engaged by the drive gear is located between the pedestal portion and the spur gear.
  5. The active orientation and level calibration system of claim 1, wherein the control module can receive signals in a wireless communication manner to control the first driver, the second driver, and the third driver.
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