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US20110290234A1 US12/786,446 US78644610A US2011290234A1 US 20110290234 A1 US20110290234 A1 US 20110290234A1 US 78644610 A US78644610 A US 78644610A US 2011290234 A1 US2011290234 A1 US 2011290234A1
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    • H02GENERATION; CONVERSION OR DISTRIBUTION OF ELECTRIC POWER
    • H02SGENERATION OF ELECTRIC POWER BY CONVERSION OF INFRA-RED RADIATION, VISIBLE LIGHT OR ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT, e.g. USING PHOTOVOLTAIC [PV] MODULES
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
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    • F24FAIR-CONDITIONING; AIR-HUMIDIFICATION; VENTILATION; USE OF AIR CURRENTS FOR SCREENING
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Abstract

The present invention provides a solar ventilator and a ventilating system with the solar ventilator, wherein the solar ventilator comprises: a solar panel, a shell pedestal, a horizontal-shaft fan, a controller, an energy storage unit; as the cover plate of the horizontal-shaft fan is set onto the grid plate of the shell pedestal, and the horizontal-shaft fan is aligned with the shell pedestal's air intake and air outlet, meanwhile the controller and the energy storage unit are accommodated into the shell pedestal, so the solar panel can be incorporated onto the top surface of the shell pedestal to form a solar ventilator. The solar ventilator can also be applied to the external surface or interlayer of the roof of the building to form a ventilating system as a novel utility model with better applicability.

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    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention relates generally to a solar ventilator and a ventilating system with the solar ventilator, and more particularly to an innovative one which permits to convert the available solar energy into electric energy required for the ventilator in the daytime, and also store the converted electric energy into the energy storage unit to provide power required for the ventilator in the nighttime; the solar ventilator can be applied to the external surface or interlayer of the building roof so as to form the building's ventilating system.
  • With the growing awareness of environmental protection and energy saving, a high priority of technological development must be placed on environmental protection and energy conservation to meet the energy-depleting challenges in the future. Thus, the key concern of research and development is to develop new energy sources or convert and utilize the energy sources in the nature or recycle the energy sources. Given the highest availability of solar energy in the nature, the technology of converting solar energy into electric energy is becoming more mature, and also commonly used to provide electric source for the people's everyday life. To save power of the factories or workshops with a bigger power consumption, several ventilators are generally arranged on the roofs of such industrial buildings. However, such spherical ventilators are protruded from the surface of roof, and rotated under the drive of air convection to pump out the indoor hot air; but, the protruding of spherical ventilators from the roof surface is not aesthetically pleasing, and the natural convection method for driving the rotation of ventilator blade and pumping out hot air cannot bring about good result. For this reason, power supply is adopted to drive the ventilator for forced air convection and pumping, leading to increase of power consumption and operating cost; some improvements are thus made to install a solar panel, which converts the absorbed solar energy into electric energy required for the ventilator, thus reducing greatly the power consumption in the daytime. However, many industrial workshops are running around the clock, so the ventilating system must be operated day and night, and indoor power supply shall be provided for the ventilator in the nighttime to resolve the problem in this regard.
  • Thus, to overcome the aforementioned problems of the prior art, it would be an advancement if the art to provide an improved structure that can significantly improve the efficacy.
  • Therefore, the inventor has provided the present invention of practicability after deliberate design and evaluation based on years of experience in the production, development and design of related products.
  • BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The main objective of the present invention is to provide a solar ventilator, which permits to convert the available solar energy into electric energy required for the ventilator in the daytime, and also store the converted electric energy into the energy storage unit to provide power required for the ventilator in the nighttime; so the power supply required in the nighttime is sourced from the energy storage unit enabling conversion of all electric energy from solar energy, thus realizing environmental protection/energy-saving and reducing efficiently the power outlay.
  • The second objective of the present invention is to provide a flattened boxlike solar ventilator, which is designed to be arranged onto the external surface or interlayer of the roof of the building to maintain the aesthetical effect and plain layout of original building.
  • The third objective of the present invention is to provide a solar ventilator, which is designed to be electrically driven so that indoor air can be pumped out forcibly through more efficient air convection.
  • The fourth objective of the present invention is to provide a solar ventilator, which is designed to be arranged onto the external surface or the interlayer of the roof of the building to form a ventilating system.
  • The solar ventilator and the ventilating system of the present invention is characterized by that, said solar ventilator comprises at least:
  • a solar panel, which is assembled onto the top surface of a shell pedestal;
  • a shell pedestal, of which its bottom is provided with an air intake corresponding to the solar panel, and its lateral surface close to the air intake and perpendicular to the bottom of the shell pedestal is provided with an air outlet; the air intake and air outlet are separated by a
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    -shaped grid plate, and an upward notch is formed on a longitudinal surface of the grid plate adjacent to the air intake;
  • a horizontal-shaft fan, which is laterally provided with a motor; a cover plate is assembled onto the top surface of the horizontal-shaft fan; the enclosed left, right and rear sides of the horizontal-shaft fan are designed;
  • as the cover plate of the horizontal-shaft fan is set onto the grid plate of the shell pedestal, and the horizontal-shaft fan is aligned with the shell pedestal's air intake and air outlet, the solar panel can be incorporated onto the top surface of the shell pedestal to form a solar ventilator.
  • The solar ventilator and ventilating system of the present invention are also characterized by that, it comprises:
  • at least a controller, which is electrically connected with the solar panel, the motor of horizontal-shaft fan and the energy storage unit, respectively;
  • at least an energy storage unit, which is electrically connected with the controller, enabling bi-directional access to the electrical power of the energy storage unit; the energy storage unit is a rechargeable battery, a secondary battery or battery cell.
  • The solar ventilator and ventilating system of the present invention are also characterized by that, the ventilating system permits at least a solar ventilator to be mounted onto the external surface of the building roof, where an interface is connected to the interior of the building, and mated with the air intake of the solar ventilator so as to form a ventilating system of the building.
  • The solar ventilator and ventilating system of the present invention are also characterized by that, the ventilating system permits at least a solar ventilator to be mounted onto the interlayer of the building roof; the roof is designed in a way that it is erected by the first and second plywoods at interval, and extended from the ridge to the eaves at both sides; an interface at the first plywood is provided for arrangement of the solar panel of the solar ventilator, and an interface is also provided at the second plywood and connected to the interior of the building, then mated with the air intake of the solar ventilator so as to form a ventilating system of the building.
  • The features and the advantages of the present invention will be more readily understood upon a thoughtful deliberation of the following detailed description of a preferred embodiment of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIG. 1 shows an assembled view of the solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • FIG. 2 shows an exploded view of the solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • FIG. 3 shows a structural view of the horizontal-shaft fan of the solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • FIG. 4 shows a schematic view of A-A′ section and air convection state in FIG. 1.
  • FIG. 5 shows a schematic view of the control process of the solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • FIG. 6 shows an application view of the ventilating system of solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • FIG. 7 shows a second application view of the ventilating system of solar ventilator of the present invention.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION Embodiment 1
  • FIGS. 1 and 2 depict assembled and exploded views of the solar ventilator of the present invention. Referring to FIG. 2, the solar ventilator 1 comprises:
  • a solar panel 10, which is assembled onto the top surface of a shell pedestal 11;
  • a shell pedestal 11, of which its bottom 111 is provided with an air intake 112 corresponding to the solar panel 10, and its lateral surface 113 close to the air intake 112 and perpendicular to the bottom 111 of the shell pedestal 11 is provided with an air outlet 114; the air intake 112 and air outlet 114 are separated by a
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    -shaped grid plate 115, and an upward notch 117 is formed on a longitudinal surface 116 of the grid plate 115 adjacent to the air intake 112;
  • a horizontal-shaft fan 12, referring to FIG. 3, which is laterally provided with a motor 121; a cover plate 122 is assembled onto the top surface of the horizontal-shaft fan 12; the enclosed left side 123, right side 124 and rear side 125 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12 are designed;
  • a controller 13, which is electrically connected with the solar panel 10, the motor 121 of horizontal-shaft fan 12 and energy storage unit 14, respectively;
  • an energy storage unit 14, which is electrically connected with the controller 13, enabling bi-directional access to the electrical power of the energy storage unit 14;
  • as the cover plate 122 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12 is set onto the grid plate 115 of the shell pedestal 11, and the horizontal-shaft fan 12 is aligned with the air intake 112 and air outlet 114 of the shell pedestal 11; moreover, the controller 13 and energy storage unit 14 are accommodated into the shell pedestal 11, so the solar panel 19 can be incorporated onto the top surface of the shell pedestal 11 to form a solar ventilator 1 shown in FIG. 1.
  • Of which, the energy storage unit 14 is a rechargeable battery, a secondary battery or battery cell for repetitive charging and discharge.
  • FIG. 4 depicts a schematic view of A-A′ section and air convection state during operation of the solar ventilator 1; when the motor 121 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12 is energized, the blade 126 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12 is rotated counter-clockwise under the drive of the motor 121; in such case, air within air intake 112 of solar ventilator 1 is drawn in with the rotation of the horizontal-shaft fan 12, and after passing through the notch 117, air is released from air outlet 114 of the solar ventilator 1, thereby realizing forced air convection and improving greatly the convection efficiency.
  • FIG. 5 depicts a control view of the solar ventilator 1 of the present invention, wherein the controller 13 is electrically connected with the solar panel 10, the motor 121 of horizontal-shaft fan 12 and the energy storage unit 14, respectively; and the controller 13 enables bi-directional access to the electrical power of the energy storage unit 14; when the solar ventilator 1 is used in the daytime, the solar panel 10 will absorb the solar energy, then convert the energy into electric energy and output through the controller 13 to the motor 121 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12, so as to drive the horizontal-shaft fan 12 and make forced air convection of the solar ventilator 1; meanwhile, the controller 13 can detect if the electrical power of the energy storage unit 14 has reached a saturation state or the preset threshold; the controller 13 is used to output a portion of electric energy converted from solar energy to the energy storage unit 14 for recharging purpose; when the controller 13 detects that the electrical power of the energy storage unit 14 has reached a saturation state or the preset threshold, the recharging of energy storage unit 14 is stopped. When the solar ventilator 1 is used in the nighttime, and the controller 13 detects that no electric energy is input to the solar panel 10, the controller 13 will automatically switch to power supply from the energy storage unit 14 to the motor 121 of the horizontal-shaft fan 12, thus driving continuously the horizontal-shaft fan 12 and enabling forced air convection of the solar ventilator 1 in the nighttime; this can help realize the environmental protection and energy-saving while reducing efficiently the power outlay.
  • Embodiment 2
  • FIG. 6 depicts an application view of the ventilating system 2 of solar ventilator 1 of the present invention, wherein the ventilating system 2 permits at least a solar ventilator 1 to be mounted onto the external surface 31 of the roof 30 of a building 3, where an interface 32 is connected to the interior 33 of the building 3, and mated with the air intake 112 of the solar ventilator 1 so as to form a ventilating system 2 of the building 3.
  • Embodiment 3
  • FIG. 7 depicts another application view of the ventilating system 2 of solar ventilator 1 of the present invention, wherein the ventilating system 2 permits at least a solar ventilator 1 to be mounted onto the interlayer 41 of the roof 40 of a building 4; the roof 40 is erected by the first plywood 42 and second plywood 43 at interval to form an interlayer 41, and extended from the ridge 44 to the eaves 45 at both sides; an interface 421 at the first plywood 42 is provided for arrangement of the solar panel 10 of the solar ventilator 1, and an interface 431 is also provided at the second plywood 43 and connected to the interior 46 of the building 4, then mated with the air intake 112 of the solar ventilator 1 so as to form a ventilating system 2 of the building 4.
  • As shown in embodiments 2 and 3 that, the design of flattened boxlike solar ventilator 1 is to maintain the aesthetical effect and plain layout of original building 3, 4 when it is arranged onto the external surface 31 or interlayer 41 of the roof 30, 40 of the building 3, 4.
  • The solar ventilator and ventilating system of the present invention can realize the aforementioned efficacies not publicly available, so the following claims are made since it conforms to the demand of patent application.
  • Although the invention has been explained in relation to its preferred embodiment, it is to be understood that many other possible modifications and variations can be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as hereinafter claimed.

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1. A solar ventilator, which comprises at least:
a solar panel, which is assembled onto the top surface of a shell pedestal;
a shell pedestal, of which its bottom is provided with an air intake corresponding to the solar panel, and its lateral surface close to the air intake and perpendicular to the bottom of the shell pedestal is provided with an air outlet; the air intake and air outlet are separated by a
Figure US20110290234A1-20111201-P00001
-shaped grid plate, and an upward notch is formed on a longitudinal surface of the grid plate adjacent to the air intake;
a horizontal-shaft fan, which is laterally provided with a motor; a cover plate is assembled onto the top surface of the horizontal-shaft fan; the enclosed left, right and rear sides of the horizontal-shaft fan are designed;
as the cover plate of the horizontal-shaft fan is set onto the grid plate of the shell pedestal, and the horizontal-shaft fan is aligned with the shell pedestal's air intake and air outlet, the solar panel can be incorporated onto the top surface of the shell pedestal to form a solar ventilator.
2. The structure defined in claim 1, wherein said solar ventilator further comprises:
at least a controller, which is electrically connected with the solar panel, the motor of horizontal-shaft fan and the energy storage unit, respectively;
at least an energy storage unit, which is electrically connected with the controller, enabling bi-directional access to the electrical power of the energy storage unit.
3. The structure defined in claim 2, wherein said energy storage unit is a rechargeable battery, a secondary battery or battery cell.
4. A ventilating system with the solar ventilator, wherein the ventilating system permits at least a solar ventilator to be mounted onto the external surface of the building roof, where an interface is connected to the interior of the building, and mated with the air intake of the solar ventilator so as to form a ventilating system of the building.
5. A ventilating system with the solar ventilator, wherein the ventilating system permits at least a solar ventilator to be mounted onto the interlayer of the building roof; the roof is designed in a way that it is erected by the first and second plywoods at interval, and extended from the ridge to the eaves at both sides; an interface at the first plywood is provided for arrangement of the solar panel of the solar ventilator, and an interface is also provided at the second plywood and connected to the interior of the building, then mated with the air intake of the solar ventilator so as to form a ventilating system of the building.
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